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Tags: Foreign film


This is a Norwegian movie, that starts up with a Blair Witch setup:  Young folk, in the middle of nowhere, with a hand-held camera bite off more than they can chew.  Even the beginning, with the scrolling tale of how these tapes were discovered in the wilderness, but the youth were never found, is Blair […]


How could I resist a French film about a clown and cannibals in a dystopian 1940’s setting?  Delicatessen was vaguely horror, vaguely humor, and vaguely Steampunk without the gears. Louison, a former clown, is desperate for employment.  He answers an ad in a newspaper for a maintenance job in an apartment building, and winds up […]

Curse of the Golden Flower

Dysfunctional families aren’t a modern day phenomenon, and Curse of the Golden Flower illustrates just how bad things can really get.  Incest, intrigue, poisoning, jealousy, power plays, murder.  Oh, and did I mention ninjas?  Yeah, ninjas. It’s the Tang dynasty in China, and the Empress’ heath has taken a sudden turn for the worse.  She’s […]


Frostbiten – 2006, Director Anders Banke Tired of those sparkly, emo vampires?  The brooding ones that would rather play hide the salami than bite someone in the neck?  Journey beyond the confines of Hollywood and experience a Swedish film full of dark humor, and more chewed up bodies than a tank of piranhas. The movie […]


Vitus (2006) Directed by Fredi M. Murer (Winner of Swiss Film Prize for  Best Film of 2007) Vitus (played in part by piano virtuoso Teo Gheorghiu) is a child genius whose life is carefully guided along by  his loving, but ambitious parents.  He chafes under the regimented schedule by sassing his teachers and occasional displays […]

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