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Friday, September 28, 2012

TIME FALLS WANKING TO THE FLOOR


NEW IN THEATRES...



* Looper, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a time-bending hitman. From the director of Brick and The Brothers Bloom.

UPDATED TO CRITERION CONFESSIONS...

* Le visiteurs du soir, the devilish 1942 medieval fantasy from Marcel Carne.

THIS WEEK IN BD/DVD REVIEWS...

* The Dark Mirror, a psychological thriller from Robert Siodmak, starring Olivia De Havilland as twins, one of whom may be a murderer.

* Man-Trap, a post-noir love triangle gone wrong.

I don't think that's director Edmond O'Brien, so is that just some crazy dude that wandered onto the set?

* My Son John, Leo McCarey's 1952 propaganda drama. "Mama, I think our boy may be a Commie."

* The Salt of Life, another charming slice of Italian life from the director of Mid-August Lunch.

* Windjammer: The Voyage of the Christian Radich, a fluffy 1958 documentary noted for its use of the Cinerama widescreen format--which the Blu-Ray does an awesome job replicating.

Current Soundtrack: No Doubt, Push and Shove




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All text (c) 2012 Jamie S. Rich

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