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Nazismo al estilo de Tarantino

por Cristina Rojas

Todos conocemos la historia de la Segunda Guerra Mundial y sabemos que, en varias ocasiones, ha sido llevada al cine a través de múltiples propuestas… en esta ocasión el director Quentin Tarantino nos presenta una nueva visión de esa historia. 266 more words


Inglourious Bathroom

Once Upon a Time, at a Urinal in Nerd-Occupied San Diego

I didn’t know which story to start this thing off with at first. But, after some thought, I think it’s appropriate to begin with the story that prompted the comment that eventually led to this memoir. 1,328 more words


Grand Central (Rebecca Zlotowski, Austria/France, 2013)

This blog posting serves as a written form for what I shall say by way of an introduction to Grand Central at Brixton’s Ritzy Picture house… 1,560 more words

Film Reviews

I watched Inglourious Basterds

This strangely episodic and misspelt film is (famous cinephile) Quentin Tarantino’s love letter to film. It’s strange how he used the familiar (to him and his fans, at least) “revenge flick” genre, transported it to World War II with some Spaghetti Western stylings, and added a thematic thread based on film and the love of movies. 102 more words


International Star You Should Know: Richard Sammel

While European TV fans may know 53-year-old Richard Sammel as the Nazi police chief in love with the mayor of Villeneuve’s wife in “Un Village Francais,” American moviegoers are more likely to remember him as the German sergeant at the wrong end of Eli Roth’s baseball bat in “Inglourious Basterds.” Currently, he’s Thomas Eichhorst, a mysterious figure with an unnatural past, on FX’s “The Strain.” 231 more words