IN THE FRENCH STYLE : No Substance, Or Style
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IN THE FRENCH STYLE : No Substance, Or Style

In 60s Paris (where else?), Jean Seberg plays an American girl (who else?) who aspires to be a great painter. Those aspirations are routinely derailed…

The Archivist XLII: THE STRANGER Isn’t Completely Welcome
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The Archivist XLII: THE STRANGER Isn’t Completely Welcome

  When Sergio Leone’s western masterworks were blowing up European box offices, an enterprising young man named Tony Anthony had the foresight to bring Italy’s…

Spinema – Issue 3: JOHN CARPENTER’S LOST THEMES II – Who’s ready for III?
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Spinema – Issue 3: JOHN CARPENTER’S LOST THEMES II – Who’s ready for III?

  In February of last year, forsaken John Carpenter fans were elated by the erstwhile director’s embrace of a second career: John Carpenter, recording artist….

VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION III: Taking Home A Legend
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VINCENT PRICE COLLECTION III: Taking Home A Legend

Scream Factory has been killing it on the home video front ever since the company was founded. From the underappreciated, or nearly forgotten, like The…

Pick Of The Week: THE CONVERSATION Is Coppola At His Most Cinematic
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Pick Of The Week: THE CONVERSATION Is Coppola At His Most Cinematic

In 1974, Francis Ford Coppola followed up the game-changing blockbuster that was The Godfather with one of his finest masterpieces… The Godfather Part II. However,…

Spinema – Issue 2: MONDO’S LP Release Of JURASSIC WORLD Outdoes The Film
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Spinema – Issue 2: MONDO’S LP Release Of JURASSIC WORLD Outdoes The Film

This album was released by MONDO in October of 2015. I… passionately disliked Jurassic World. A small handful of creative ideas couldn’t compensate for dull…

The Archivist XXXVIII: Cheese-Filled Space Operas, Including ICE PIRATES
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The Archivist XXXVIII: Cheese-Filled Space Operas, Including ICE PIRATES

  I must say, I am so happy to have Frank Calvillo jumping into the Archivist mix. I have quite a pile of home video…

ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS: Twilight Time’s Little Touch Of Bowie
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ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS: Twilight Time’s Little Touch Of Bowie

Absolute Beginners was released on Blu-Ray by Twilight Time on a limited run of 3,000 copies 6/9/15 In 1958 London, young Colin roams the night…

Dr. Terror’s House Of Horrors: Whatever Of Doom!
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Dr. Terror’s House Of Horrors: Whatever Of Doom!

It’s an understatement to say not all horror anthologies are created equal. Admittedly, the sub-genre has earned its reputation as a mostly crummy category. Even…

The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: One Of Last Year’s Better Spy Movies
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The Man From U.N.C.L.E.: One Of Last Year’s Better Spy Movies

Last summer, I aimed our Archivist column at blockbuster movie relevance. When Mad Max: Fury Road blitzed theaters, I dug up a film about a…