Archive for October, 1998


When I first saw “Carrie” at the studio screening in 1976, I had never read a Stephen King novel. I know, bad me. Go stand in the corner and flog myself. That meant I had no clue what I was in for. I knew it was a warm and compassionate movie about the and bond between a shy high school girl and her doting mother. Read the rest of this entry »

The Man Who Wasn’t There

The Coen Brother’s latest film “The Man Who Wasn’t There” reminded me of the theory about how a butterfly flapping its wings in the rain forest can cause a hurricane halfway around the world. Taking their cue from such great film noir masterpieces as “Double Indemnity” and “The Postman Always Rings Twice,” the Coen Brothers have created their own modern day masterpiece. “The Man Who Wasn’t There” so perfectly captures the spirit of classic film noir that if it weren’t for the recognizable stars, you would swear the film was the real McCoy. Read the rest of this entry »

DVD Available

Macross II – Polygram

Mad City: Special Edition – Warner (PG-13/1997/114 Min./P & S/Letterbox/2.35:1/16×9/5.1 Dolby)

Mad Dog & Glory – Image (R/1993/97 Min./Letterbox/1.85:1/Dolby Surround) Read the rest of this entry »