Monthly Archives: April 2011

Piranha 3-D (Alexandre Aja, 2010)

Stupid but a lot of fun. Though this was not shot in 3D and was instead converted to 3D in post-production, the 3D Blu-Ray still looks pretty good. Continue reading

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Primitive London (Arnold L. Miller, 1965)

A couple of years ago I was stunned to see BFI release this and London in the Raw on Blu-Ray. These little known curios, clearly inspired by the immense success of the Mondo film, are fun time capsules, presenting the seedy side of swinging London… Continue reading

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Rituals (Peter Carter, 1976)

After numerous delays Code Red finally released this cult backwoods horror film on DVD. The presentation for this film will never be perfect due to the original negative being damaged in the processing lab. The transfer for this DVD is the best we… Continue reading

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Blow Out (Brian De Palma, 1981)

It’s a good scream Continue reading

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Sitting on the Dock of the Bay

Just wasting time. Continue reading

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Woman When I’ve Raised Hell

I had not heard of Josh T Pearson until I caught him performing this track on Later with Jools Holland the other night. I have not been able to get it out of my head since and I am not quite sure why. Perhaps it is the haunting lyrics and stripped… Continue reading

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Stepbrothers

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iPad 2

When I first purchased an iPad last year I had no idea just how useful it would be. Amongst many other uses, I use it to write my PhD chapters, annotate readings, give presentations, browse the web and read books. I also use it to watch television… Continue reading

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April, Come She Will

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