(Warning - The video contains John Kricfalusi-style potty humor) The Academy Awards are a few weeks away and there's no chance Appellate Films - producer of such cinematic blockbusters.
Someone mentioned they'd be up at 4 a.m. ET. Here's a ridiculous film for a ridiculous hour. As a semi-related aside, I saw the complete Blackadder collection at Costco.
Excellent essay at Only the Cinema on Out of Sight, clearly Soderbergh's best film (though a strong case can be made for The Limey) and one of the most entertaining.
The Netflix price spike annoys me as much as everyone else. I don't mind paying for my films, and indeed I do, but the combination of the on-demand and mail.
Edward Copeland with an absolutely fantastic discussion of Hitchcock's superb Strangers on a Train, especially Robert Walker's titanic work as the uber-creepy Bruno. Copeland concludes: Finally, there's the climax on.
In the comments to yesterday's post on German Civil War reenactors, people mentioned Germans' love of westerns. This reminded of the remarkable box set released by First Run Features a.