Kenji Mizoguchi’s ‘The Life of Oharu,’ currently streaming on FilmStruck, is an underseen but disappointing venture from the master filmmaker.
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G Clark examines the beauty in Russian director Larisa Shepitko’s ‘The Ascent’—the best film directed by a woman and one of the greatest films of all time.
G Clark’s wrap-up for the wonderful Lone Wolf and Cub film series—one of the best, most consistently entertaining ever made.
G Clark embarks upon his most ambitious project yet: a series of Blind Spot essays focusing on the famous Lone Wolf and Cub series of samurai flicks.
G Clark examines the genius of David Fincher through one of the director’s most underrated and critically undervalued works: ‘The Game.’
Television shows have a big presence on this week’s Blu-Ray column as do several film classics that get updates.
2012’s underrated, foreign, and provocative hits and Criterion treatments of well-aged classics top this week’s DVD/Blu-Ray releases!
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include offerings from Criterion, Warner Bros, Ghibli, some über-amusing horror flicks, and ALL THE TARANTINO.
This week’s DVD and Blu-Ray releases include a romantic Criterion release, a monstrous boxed-set, and the most quotable movie OF ALL TIME.
New titles this week include a mainstream blockbuster, a 1970s quirky comedy, a silent classic, and an HBO original movie.
Even the youth are susceptible to the controlling power of war.
The titles most worth getting excited for come from genres like animation, horror and action. Plus, a Film Misery favorite is now a Criterion film.
New Criterion releases, good word for ‘Haywire,’ Brad Pitt giggles for three straight minutes…
These are my top 5 DVD releases this week and a bit of uncalled for Oscar prognostication from yours truly…
The staff at Film Misery counts their cinematic blessings in honor of the Holidays.
David Fincher’s Oscar speech, Criterion on iTunes, ‘Young Adult’ review, derivative movie posters…
A graphic designer has put together some stunning art that I desperately wish was real.
Criterion’s May slate, ‘Coriolanus’ gets good reviews, no-fear Franco, ‘The Hobbit’ cast photo…
‘The Hobbit’ is a go, the Banksy Oscar conundrum, Brad Bird punks the Annie Awards…
‘Darjeeling Limited’ on Criterion and ‘How to Train your Dragon’ make for great mainstream releases, while ‘Leaves of Grass’ and ‘I am Love’ will satisfy the arthouse fans.