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Review: A Certain Killer

Japan Society’s film department is hosting another retrospective, this time celebrating the illustrious career of Kazuo Miyagawa, one of...

Review: Fire and Ice

Watched Fire and Ice on Kanopy. How in God’s name did I reach adulthood without having experienced this sword-and-sorcery masterpiece?...

Review: The Great Silence

Celebrated the successful completion of another job with a screening of The Great Silence at Film Forum (even though it doesn’t support...

Review: Tokyo Gore Police

Despite Fandor’s extensive library of bonafide classics (including a selection of Werner Herzog’s early filmography, which I really need...

Review: Tower

One more movie before bed: Tower, a nonfiction film about the 1966 UT clock tower shooting—an event that also inspired Harry Chapin’s...

Review: Eleven Samurai

Well, I forgot that today was Easter Sunday until it was too late to make any solid plans, so instead of treating myself to a fancy...

Review: Marronnier

While I generally prefer physical media, online streaming services can be useful on occasion. For example, I was browsing Fandor this...

Review: Oh Lucy!

Braved the rain and snow to catch a screening of Oh Lucy!, a movie about a middle-aged Japanese office worker that embarks on a journey...

Review: Mind Game

Just got back in from a late night screening of Masaaki Yuasa’s gleefully bizarre Mind Game at Metrograph, and for once, I’m at a...

Review: Wicked, Wicked

Went and saw Wicked, Wicked, which was playing a very limited engagement at Metrograph. I don’t usually dismiss gimmicks out of hand;...

Review: Modern Romance

Man, there’s nothing quite like a late night screening of Modern Romance to remind  you that there are worse things in life than being...

Review: Before We Vanish

Caught a midnight screening of Before We Vanish at IFC Center. I don’t think Quentin Tarantino himself could have made an alien invasion...

Review: Time After Time

I was so impressed by The Seven-Per-Cent Solution that I decided to pop in another Nicholas Meyer film that’s been collecting dust on my...

 

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