Archive for February 13th, 2010

What’s in a name? When it comes to movies…alot. Take a look at these working titles for movies that thankfully were changed. If you thought Snakes on a Plane was a horrendous title for a movie, just take a look at what it was named before. Don’t you find it rather ingenious now. The title [...]

These mind-blowing installations by Urs Fischer are reminiscent of Dadaism, à la Marcel Duchamp, at least to me. Urs Fischer coincidentally is from Zurich Switzerland, where Dadaism originated from. House made of bread. Source: Gavin Brown Gallery

The Wolfman takes a bite out of the 1941 classic. But it’s suppose to. Here’s my review I wrote for OpenBookSociety. by Rose Elle Synopsis: In 1891, in Blackmoor, England, Lawrence Talbot (Benicio del Toro) returns home to his father’s estate after his brother Ben’s disappearance and subsequent brutal death. While trying to hunt down his [...]

A review on the uncut version of Fritz Lang‘s silent film Metropolis. Throw away your Metropolis DVD! The version of Fritz Lang’s sci-fi classic seen and admired by the world for nearly a century is far from the epic that the director originally envisioned. The film was significantly altered and recut after its German premiere in 1927. [...]

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