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26th May: The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (Werner Herzog, 1974)

On this date in film, Kasper Hauser (Bruno S.) – a feral child who has been locked away for some twenty years – is discovered walking the streets of Nuremberg, in Werner Herzog’s The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974). 408 more words

This Date In Film

Bad Lieutenant: Port Of Call New Orleans (2009)

A corrupt New Orleans detective juggles his drug addiction, high class hooker girlfriend and gambling debts while trying to solve the gangland execution of a Senegalese family. 141 more words


PTS Presents Cinematographer's Corner with KEN KELSCH Vol. 1


Podcasting Them Softly is honored to add Ken Kelsch, as the latest cinematographer to our series, Cinematographer’s Corner. Ken’s work helped shape my love for film with his frequent partnership with one of my absolute favorite filmmakers, Abel Ferrara. 114 more words


Head Into Tomorrow - Bad Lieutenant

Tomorrow is a big day. I have a number of events that will take me out of my comfort zone.

I am more than 24 hours away from some of those events but I can already feel the familiar sensation of anxiety building up in my chest. 106 more words


Rewind Review - Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans


As those who know me, and if such a person exists, cyberstalk me, know I created this blog after writing on another site, which shall remain nameless, for a while. 733 more words


Music Complete - New Order (reviewed by Richie Rochdale)

Deep breath. “Music Complete” is a FABULOUS album but it should have been the second Bad Lieutenant album rather than the tenth New Order album. There, I’ve said it. 1,234 more words


Bad Lieutenant (2009/1992): 2 Films, 1 Thin Blue Line

A snake swimming through post-Katrina floodwater opens Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant. Abel Ferrara, director of the original Bad Lieutenant (1992), led his cop (played by Harvey Keitel) through a spiritual crisis on the streets of New York. 692 more words