Archive for the ‘Review’ category:
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Cinelicious has brought both films to Blu-ray, supervised by Agnès Varda, with each title getting its own disc.
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Alvarez (Evil Dead, 2013) has chops as a director, but not so many as you would think.
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Definitely the most fun bee movie of 1978, with John Saxon spouting science babble, and John Carradine trying to be German.
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Released in its original uncut version with all of the steamy and gory bits intact, just the way Fulci (and we) wanted it.
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Fantastic work from VS giving consumers the first chance to get all three films in HD at once.
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A nasty, strange piece of work that'll appeal to those with an interest in esoteric and unsavory side of cinema.
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It's not at all what it appears to be on face value, not always successful, but never, ever boring.
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It's like a big party that we are all invited to in celebration of Thor, and it's long over due.
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A new HD transfer of an oddity that never seem to garner an audience back in 1990. It kind of deserves that audience.
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A forgotten thriller featuring a Jack the Ripper copycat killer offing women in 1980s LA, and it happens to star James Spader as twins.
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Lush, inviting, and mesmerizing images in a way that we don't typically associate with genre cinema.
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This is our history, for better or worse, and this new 2K restoration makes that as accessible as possible for a new generation.