“Les Yeux Sans Visage … your eyes without a face…” Couldn’t wait for the blu ray version to be released so I tracked down the old Criterion dvd instead. There is still a creepy overall feel to it for a film made in 1960, even if it is rather tame by today’s standards. . Included in the disc is a documentary by the same director, George Franju, titled Blood of the Beasts (Le Sang des bêtes) contrasting between a “typical […]
This feels like a story that has been told before…mainly due to countless films have borrowed from this film (No, I have not seen the Sharon Stone remake from the 90’s). wiki page here. . I had a giftcard to use so i bought a few other blu rays:
A lot of reviews references Rian Johnson’s first collaboration with Joseph Gordon Levitt, and most of the comments leans more towards liking Brick more (I am in that category). Nevertheless, Looper is still a movie that, like it’s predecessor, is hard to classify since they both stand out from other films/movies within their respective genres. I would have preferred Looper to have stayed in it’s neo-noir style of the first third of its running time (I guess, just like Brick), […]
the last 2, one was on sale and the other i had a $10 gift certificate…the others are ones that i have not seen in theatres nor have a dvd copy of ( i did see The Raid on limited release ) . I liked this one better than West’s previous movie The House of The Devil (although I prefer how House ends than Innkeepers). the trailer makes it much scarier than it is . Late to the party on […]
. this post will not have any artwork THE ART OF THE TITLE really great site with breakdowns of title sequences from both movies and television, and the designers/studios behind them. ;
– nothing fancy editions since I’ve already watched all of them awhile ago. i guess Warner Brothers is pimping out The Dark Knight Rises since that was the special price code on the price stickers (TDKR) on these 8 dollar blu rays (decided to skip Inception…hopefully it goes on sale again). Also picked up The Man From Nowhere, or as I like to call it, the Korean “Taken”: .