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Review: "eXistenZ"

David Cronenberg’s eXistenZ is one in a long line of meta-films that uses its Russian-doll texture to dissect cinema as an art form, revealing its conceits and forcing viewers to reckon with what it means to sit down and watch a movie. 1,125 more words


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Ridley Scott


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Movie Reviews

The Madness of King George: Blue Urine and Bondage Chairs!

Viewing Dragon Knight while I was sick left me a little mentally imbalanced, and I needed something to help me recover. So I turned to a film about another man seeking help with mental illness, … 3,442 more words


Brazil (1985)

Brazil, why the heck is it even called that? It’s hard to say with a Terry Gilliam film. These movies by Gilliam are always so weird. 138 more words


eXistenZ (1999)

Director: David Cronenberg

Writer: David Cronenberg (Screenplay)

Starring: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Jude Law, Ian Holm, Willem Dafoe, Don McKellar, Callum Keith Rennie, Christopher Eccleston, Sarah Polley… 677 more words


Collection Wednesdays: February 18, 2015

This week I wanted to feature this cassette set of the BBC recording of The Lord of the Rings from the 80s. I think the coolest thing about this version is the fact that Ian Holm voices fro Frodo. 113 more words


johnlink ranks ALIEN (1979)

I’ve been sitting on the ALIEN series Blu Rays for some time. It’s one of those series of which I’ve seen all of the movies (well, except maybe that second AvP flick) but it has been awhile since I’ve absorbed them. 709 more words

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