Monthly Archives: October 2012

DVD Roundup: In A Glass Cage, Gurozuka, 42nd Street Forever, Thou Shalt Not Kill…Except, & More

Read my latest review, in which I pick up, dust off and lovingly cradle a batch of DVDs and Blu-rays that unfortunately fell between the cracks. Advertisements

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Tristana (Luis Buñuel, 1970)

“Flanked by late-period masterworks that represent the culmination and perfection of the old-guard surrealist’s long-cherished obsessions, the film is often relegated to the role of overlooked middle child.” Read my review of Luis Buñuel’s fairly straightforward, naturalistic Tristana, out in … Continue reading

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