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I respectfully disagree with the practice of capital punishment.

– Werner Herzog.


'Queen of the Desert'

A somewhat episodic telling of the fascinating story of Gertrude Bell, the Arabian explorer and adventurer who provided insight into the complexities of the region in the early 20th century. 48 more words


Day 50, No. 50. Klaus Kinski as Dracula

HAIRCUT 100: Day 50, No. 50. We’ve reach the halfway point in our Top 100 Hairless Heroes, and I hope you’ve noticed that I’ve never missed a day! 318 more words

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Tales from The Far Side

Last week, I finally saw The Revenant. I know that I’m pretty late to the party here, but I don’t have a chance to watch a lot of movies for grownups in the theater these days, and it wasn’t a film that my wife particularly wanted to see, so I had to wait for one of the rare weekends when she was out of town. 1,135 more words


Fantastic Fest 2016: Day Four

Salt and Fire (Mexico: Werner Herzog, 2016)

Herzog’s latest fiction film tells the tale of U.N. scientists kidnapped by mysterious abductors while en route to survey an ecological disaster in South America. 527 more words


Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World (2016)

US 98m, Colour
Director: Werner Herzog; Cast: Werner Herzog, Bob Kahn, Elon Musk, Sebastian Thrun, Ted Nelson

Lo and Behold is a ten part history of the internet and all things connected to it. 73 more words


TIFF: Salt and Fire

Pain and suffering. No, those aren’t themes in the movie, it’s just what I felt while watching Werner Herzog’s narrative feature film at TIFF this year. 545 more words