Monthly Archives: July 2014

Modern Cinema: Open For Interpretation

Two new DVD/Blu-ray releases that push the boundaries. It’s hard to find a film that sticks with you several days after you see it. This is the case with two recent new releases on DVD/ Blu-ray . First up is … Continue reading

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Charlton Heston + Ben-Hur = Liza Minnelli + Cabaret

There exist a multitude of constraints that prohibit me from witnessing first-run films in theatres. Time and finances are the strongest of those constraints. And when I do have the time and money, more often than not I see films … Continue reading

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