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Blu-ray Review: ‘Lord of the Flies’ (1963), The Criterion Collection – Kids Can Be So Cruel


There’s a saying in the film industry that suggests one never work with animals or children due to their inability to act on cue. Or act, period, for that matter. In 1961, British director Peter Brook threw all caution to the wind and decided to film an adaptation of William Golding’s 1954 novel Lord of the Flies with a cast ... Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The Paperboy

The best bits are alternately funny, haunting, and just a bit insane. And Nicole Kidman is too sexy for words. Read More »

DVD Review: Eating Raoul – The Criterion Collection

Paul Bartel's cult comedy about swingers and murder is still pretty out there after all these years. Read More »

Theater Review (LA): Re-Animator The Musical at the Hayworth

The hilariously ingenious musical adaptation of Stuart Gordon's 1985 cult classic film is back for a limited L.A. run. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Zaat – Prime ’70s Cheese Gets an HD Upgrade

A mad scientist turns into a giant killer catfish. How can I resist? Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The First Nudie Musical

"The Color, the Camera, the Lights and the Action" have never looked better! Read More »

DVD Review: Battle Beyond The Stars – 30th Anniversary Special Edition

A wild ride into the far reaches of outer space — Corman style! Read More »

DVD Review: Driller (1984)

A porn parody that is far more Wacko than Jacko ever could have been. Read More »

DVD Review: The Red Green Show: The Delinguent Years (1997-1999)

Repeat after me: "I am a man, but I can change if I have to, I guess. Read More »

DVD Review: Shock Corridor – The Criterion Collection

A surreal nightmare of a film, Samuel Fuller's 1963 classic retains its power. Read More »