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Hyouka Blu-ray singles review

Hyouka was a work of love by Yasuhiro Takemoto. While he honed his directorial talent on works with comedy like Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu and… 698 more words


Without A Country - March 18th


You are invited to attend the premier of Without A Country.  Details are below.   119 more words
Without A Country

Disposable Digital

I was wondering recently when the last time was that I bought a physical CD for myself. I think it was well over a year ago. 199 more words


Moors and Christians

Schubert could write great melodies and he had a real affinity for the voice so one might expect him to have been successful when he turned his hand to opera.   690 more words

DVD Review

The Sicilian Clan (Henri Verneuil, 1969)

“Kino presents Henri Verneuil’s compelling caper film The Sicilian Clan in two newly restored versions, along with some top-notch extras.”

Read the whole review on Slant Magazine.

Movie Reviews

La fuga in maschera

I find it interesting the way some opera composers become canonical to the point where their most unsuccessful (often deservedly so) works still get produced while others, equally famous in their day, disappear pretty much entirely.   633 more words

DVD Review

The Lair of the White Worm (Ken Russell, 1988)

“Ken Russell’s bonkers The Lair of the White Worm makes its Blu-ray debut with a clean, colorful transfer—and a slate of solid supplements—from Lionsgate’s recently inaugurated Vestron Video Collector’s Series imprint.” 7 more words