Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Man from London (Béla Tarr, 2007)

“The Man from London may be a lesser work from Béla Tarr, but masterful direction and austere cinematography, not to mention Zeitgeist’s top-notch transfer, make it an indelible, if occasionally exhausting, experience.” Read my review of Béla Tarr’s The Man … Continue reading

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Midnight in Paris (Woody Allen, 2011)

“Fable-like, if not exactly fabulous, Midnight in Paris gets shoved onto shelves in a barebones edition from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.” Read my review of Woody Allen’s latest, which came out late December on Blu-ray and DVD, at Slant Magazine.

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Intruder (Scott Spiegel, 1989)

“A visually inventive little-known latecomer to the slasher cycle, Intruder finally gets the packaging it deserves, completely uncut and in a vibrant 1080p transfer, with a multitude of intriguing extras, courtesy of Synapse Films.” Read my review of Intruder, out … Continue reading

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