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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
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
Armond White Dumps On 20 Of Your Favorite Films, Calls 'Inglourious Basterds' 'Tarantino's Abu Ghraib'
Our old buddy Armond White has been writing for the conservative bible The National Review as of late, meaning the #HotTakes have been coming fast and furiously. 502 more words
What a crappy weekend for anniversaries. This is the 25th anniversary for Little Monsters, the 1989 family flick starring Fred Savage and Howie Mandel. Props for maintaining a 6.0 on IMDB, but it has no Rotten Tomatoes score, and made less than a million dollars at the domestic box office. 308 more words