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1 of 2 members found this review helpful The exotic scenes , well done, brought us face to face with beauty and evil. The beauty, I thoroughly enjoyed. The evil was more than I could stand, and so I skipped the last quarter and then enjoyed the end. I applaud the writer and all involved in the production and presentation of the film, but in these days, outrageous men and victimized women are - or perhaps ought to be - not a... (more)

1 of 2 members found this review helpful Misery and humiliation are powerful sentiments that can expose people to their basest proclivities, leaving them vulnerable to Demagogues who promise order, power, and justice. Racial, ethnic, and economic classes are often the targeted victims upon which their hatred is vented. In America we are presently experiencing a taste of this, though less developed. But some of the lines can... (more)

1 member found this review helpful Decent horror anthology cobbled together from the short stories of Psycho writer Robert Bloch. The film does not shy away from laughs, as producer Max Rosenberg himself admits: "The theory was that all the horror should be portrayed offstage, and the comedy was [there] because life is a comedy." Geoffrey Bayldon in particular is a scene stealer. Surprisingly reflexive, with subtextual... (more)

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  • Le Week-End

    Le Week-End

    Reviewed by dharmma123

    they were an interesting couple who looked as though they may have something interesting to say. trouble is, they didn't. If it weren't set in Paris there would have been nothing to watch. All it... (more)

  • A Shock to the System

    A Shock to the System

    Reviewed by dharmma123

    Held my attention. Nothing profound(more)

  • Kiss Kiss Fingerbang

    Kiss Kiss Fingerbang

    Reviewed by S C.

    Anton Yelchin (RIP) and Kate Lyn Sheil are great (and Buck Henry, who we don't need to be old to remember since he wrote The Graduate and appeared in timeless classics like Short Cuts and The Man... (more)

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  • Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth

    Brian Eno: The Man Who Fell to Earth

    Reviewed by nuntukamen

    15 of 16 members found this review helpful An absolutely profound look at Eno and the development of ambient music. This is the type of in-depth indie film I was hoping to locate, educational and entertaining, an historically accurate... (more)

  • Fear and Trembling

    Fear and Trembling

    Reviewed by emteezy1

    11 members found this review helpful From the onset I thought I would watch "the French version of Office Space," and I could not have been, both more incorrect, and more pleased that it wasn't. As a female having worked in... (more)

  • Sita Sings the Blues

    Sita Sings the Blues

    Reviewed by sam0000268441

    10 of 11 members found this review helpful For those who are familiar with the story of the Ramayana will find this intriguing and quite amusing. And if you aren't, then this will still be worth your while. Certainly the various styles of... (more)