The real pleasure of fake commentaries

Back in the dark days before DVD, when elitists spent large sums on laserdisks because the quality was so superior to the ubiquitous VHS tapes of home video, the commentary track was born. This was a terrific innovation, enhancing the value of a movie by providing context and opinions from the actual filmmakers or from […]

Blasts from the past

Subverting propaganda:
Keisuke Kinoshita and World War II

Late summer viewing: Spies, Killers and Terrorists

Recent miscellaneous viewing, part two

Andreas Marschall’s Tears of Kali (2004)

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