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#327 Days Of Heaven

(1978, Terrence Malick)

“Nobody’s perfect. There was never a perfect person around”

So, I’ve not heard of this movie. So let’s see what kind of reaction it got on release. 728 more words


I Was Attacked by Underwater Nazi Zombies at The Coolidge Corner: A Midnight Screening of a Restored "Shockwaves" from 1977

What a mind-opening experience it was to hear director Ken Weiderhorn talk about his most famous film, “Shockwaves,” last week at the Coolidge Corner. Though I was thrilled to hear him speak in person about his now notorious 1977 underwater Nazi zombie film, his overall tone that night was that of a dad who was forced to talk about his son’s recent ballet recital. 1,227 more words


Days of Heaven (1978)

Days of Heaven is that second album that is so hard to make. The album that has so much to live up to; the album that has such large shoes to fill.  978 more words

Ennio Morricone

"The Dead Zone"

Released on October 21, 1983, director David Cronenberg’s (Eastern Promises) atmospheric, well-executed, supernatural thriller, “The Dead Zone,” is an excellent adaptation of prolific author Stephen King’s novel of the same name. 1,255 more words


318 - Days of Heaven (1978)

Roger Ebert’s The Great Movies has brought us to an interesting place: the early days of Terrence Malick’s directorial career. Malick has since become a very sensory filmmaker, for whom style has become more important than any story element could ever hope to be. 471 more words