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Sunset (1988)

If memory serves, director Blake Edwards tale of real life characters in the early days of Hollywood took a pounding from critics at the time of it’s release. 625 more words

Daily Take

A Clockwork Orange (1971)

In future Britain, charismatic delinquent Alex DeLarge is jailed and volunteers for an experimental aversion therapy developed by the government in an effort to solve society’s crime problem – but not all goes according to plan. 85 more words

Cat People (1982)

Right from the beginning, this film seemed like a very interesting film, and in all honesty, it is. I’ve heard that this is a loose adaptation of an older film of the same name, but I’m not here to compare the two, especially since I find this one more interesting. 489 more words

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Doomsday (2008)

When a virulent and lethal plague breaks out in Scotland, the country is promptly quarantined and abandoned to its own fate. Three decades later a military unit is sent in to investigate the possibility of a cure when the virus reappears in the ghettos of London. 210 more words

Film

Now Playing .... circa 1982

Time for a trip back to another time when movie theaters offered a little more variety for one’s viewing pleasure. Have a look and date yourself if you like. 251 more words

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REVIEW: if... (1968)

1968, Paramount Pictures

Director:
Lindsay Anderson
Producers:
Michael Medwin
Lindsay Anderson
Writers:
David Sherwin (screenplay and original script “Crusaders”)
John Howlett (original script “Crusaders”) 700 more words

Film Reviews

A Clockwork Orange

And now for a bit of the old Ultra-Violence. This week’s classic film A Clockwork Orange (DVD/Download) is not for the faint of heart. 382 more words

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