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Too Late Blues (John Cassavetes, 1961)

I’m growing tired of the Masters of Cinema releases. Time after time they release excellent transfers of classic forgotten cinema, more often than not films I’ve never heard of before, put a lovely package together and release it for about the same price as going to the cinema. 588 more words


Catching up with Cassavetes: #7 - "A Woman Under the Influence" (1974)

Don’t believe it for one second. Regardless of what poor tormented Mable Longhetti’s hand signal wants you to believe in the above picture, trust me, this woman is not okay. 533 more words


Catching up with Cassavetes: #6 - "Minnie and Moskowitz" (1971)

I still find it strange that when talks of Cassavetes arises that seldom does this one get mentioned right away as being one of his best. 401 more words


Pic of the Day: "Convicts 4" revisited

In honor of today being the 84th birthday anniversary of the late great Ben Gazzara, today’s pic is another from Convicts 4 (1962), directed by… 76 more words

Timothy Carey

The Incubus (1982)

Summary from IMDB:

In the small New England town of Galen, a young teenage boy claims he has dreams of young women being brutally raped and murdered. 519 more words


3 things about John Cassavetes' FACES


1. The tear, poised to fall, remains in place.
2. “So, what have I got after all those years? A big house, a kooky wife, and a kid who wears sneakers.” 6 more words