I've had Joseph Losey on my mind a lot lately and this week I decided to revisit one of my favorite Losey films, the extraordinary FIGURES IN A LANDSCAPE (1970) starring Robert Shaw and Malcolm McDowell.
The new issue of Cinema Retro arrived in my mail box this week, which prompted me to write a little something about the magazine for The Movie Morlocks. From my post: "The latest issue of Cinema Retro (Vol. 7: Issue #21) features an in-depth look at A CLOCKWORK ORANGE (1970) from author Raymond Benson, which … Continue reading Cinema Retro #21
At the Britannica blog Raymond Benson has finished listing off his Top 10 Favorite Films of 1968 so if you're interested in the final results stop by and give them a look. I've mentioned on numerous occasions how much I dislike making lists of favorite films myself since they're limited by what I've seen and … Continue reading My Top 20 Favorite Films of 1968
Favorite DVD Releases of 2007: Part III. - Top 30 DVDs #11-20. John Savage in The Killing Kind (1973) The Killing Kind (Dark Sky Films) Please see my brief look at this Curtis Harrington film HERE. Latitude Zero (1969) Latitude Zero (Dub Sub) (Media Blasters) Please see my review of Ishiro Honda's Latitude Zero HERE. … Continue reading Favorite DVD Releases of 2007: Part III.
Favorite DVD Releases of 2007: Part II. - Top 30 DVDs #1-10. Black Test Car (1962) Black Test Car (Fantoma) Yasuzo Masumura is one of my favorite Japanese directors, but unfortunately many of his films are unavailable on DVD and have never been seen outside of Japan. Thankfully Fantoma has been making an effort to … Continue reading Favorite DVD Releases of 2007: Part II.
Last week I neglected to post my DVD pick of the week, but the pickings were slim and I couldn't recommend anything. This week there are plenty of great new DVD releases to get excited about such as Polart's release of Andrzej Zulawski's The Devil (Diabel, 1972), The second Mario Bava DVD Box Set and … Continue reading DVD of the Week: O Lucky Man!
A tsunami of great new DVDs have been hitting store shelves lately. I can't keep up with all the great new releases, but this week there are some really terrific films finding their way onto DVD for the first time and I couldn't resist mentioning them here. Criterion is releasing Lindsay Anderson's brilliant British drama … Continue reading A Tsunami of Great New DVDs