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Interview With The Vampire

May 16, 2000 // 0 Comments

When, some years ago, I first read Anne Rice’s novel "Interview with the Vampire", I was impressed by the unique, romantic view she used to explore the vampire subject. Ever since the publication of the novel, the genre has been turned upside [...]

Fight Club

May 10, 2000 // 0 Comments

A lot of controversy has surrounded the release of "Fight Club" both as a novel and the subsequent film by David Fincher. While the reason for the controversy can be easily spotted in the works, I found it generally less problematic after seeing [...]

Meet Joe Black

May 9, 1999 // 0 Comments

“Meet Joe Black” features a good 16×9 enhanced widescreen aspect transfer in the film’s original 1.85:1 aspect ratio. The transfer is very clean but I found it to be a bit soft at times. The compression of the film is flawless. There are no [...]

Seven Years In Tibet

June 2, 1998 // 0 Comments

Epic pictures, well-drawn characters, a colorful production design, and a moving story about war, peace, love and hate; these are the elements of "Seven Years In Tibet", a grandiose expedition into the realms of the Himalayas, the story of a man [...]

Kalifornia

November 1, 1997 // 0 Comments

This underdog of a movie, created by underdog director Dominic Senna, creates an impact on the viewer that won’t soon be forgotten. Though it was largely unnoticed by the public on its initial release, it is a remarkable road movie that not only moves [...]

Seven

October 1, 1997 // 0 Comments

David Fincher’s suspenseful thriller grips you, leaving you speechless and pondering once the end credits have finished rolling. With its dark and morbid atmosphere and the uncompromising down-beat ending it will leave the you thinking about what just [...]
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