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J.J. Abrams’ latest film is a strange case. You can approach it from many angles and I would not say any are exactly wrong because Star Trek Into Darkness’ category in the world of film, even its exact intention, is in a vague area. On top of that, Abrams’ obsession with secrecy has gutted true discussion of the film. However, what will define Into Darkness is not any sense of greatness or masterful storytelling or even its twists and turns. No, what will define Into Darkness is Abrams’ refusal to forget about Trek fans when he has every reason to.
Disney have announced a 50th Anniversary blu-ray edition of THE SWORD IN THE STONE for release on August 6th. This is one of the few remaining *big* releases for the studio that has yet to get the HD treatment and I'm sure there are a lot of fans eagerly awaiting this one. Luckily for them, Disney are embracing the anniversary year and are giving the release the following supplements as a result:
Released in 2002 after the critical and Oscar-winning success of Erin Brochovich and Traffic plus the commercial success of Ocean’s Eleven, Steven Soderbergh’s Full Frontal sort of came and went. Shot mostly on Mini DV, the film was billed as a sort of modern take on François Truffaut’s classic Day for Night, exploring the interweaving lives of people behind the scenes of a film production while also offering glimpses of the film being made.
Join us for the second episode of season 2 of The Masters of Geek podcast! This is a director focused podcast where we breakdown and analyze an entire directors filmography, in an attempt to find common threads, artistic style, and compile a definitive ranking of how we rate their films. For the second season of this show we have selected director M. Night Shyamalan. In this second episode we discuss Unbreakable (2000)!
Fans of obscure cinema know that there are still plenty of movies that have, and very well may never be, available on any home video format save for VHS. Granted, you can find a lot of obscure stuff online today, but even taking that into consideration, there’s something about experiencing a movie on the format everyone would have been using at the time of its release that feels special.
Join us for the first episode of season 2 of The Masters of Geek podcast! This is a director focused podcast where we breakdown and analyze an entire directors filmography, in an attempt to find common threads, artistic style, and compile a definitive ranking of how we rate their films. For the second season of this show we have selected director M. Night Shyamalan. In this first episode we briefly discuss his debut film Wide Awake (1998), and then delve into his breakout success The Sixth Sense (1999)!