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MOVIES THE OSCARS OVERLOOKED

I hate the term “snub.” The idea that Oscar voters gather in a big tent and decide to ostracize…

MY CHRISTMAS GIFT TO…

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I love movie stills. I can’t get enough of them,…

GIFTS FOR EVERY MOVIE…

Flip books are irresistible, whether you’re 8 or 80… and Fliptomania offers some legendary movie moments: Cary Grant ducking…

THE OLD DARK HOUSE,…

The Criterion Collection remains the Gold Standard for the treatment of films old and new on Blu-ray…but lately, several…

THE SEA WOLF: LONGER…

I’ve always liked The Sea Wolf (1941), a Warner Bros. production that eschews formula clichés and offers a meaty, intelligent story.…

FROM LON CHANEY TO…

An uncommon number of rare and significant silent films have made their way to DVD and Blu-ray in recent…

DAWSON CITY: FROZEN TIME

Dawson City: Frozen Time tells two stories, both fascinating. The first has to do with the accidental discovery of 35mm…
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MOVIES WORTH SAVING—AND SHOWING

My Dad always loved my definition of a film buff: someone who will intentionally watch a bad movie. My…
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Brattle Theater projection booth

Fire up Those Projectors

35mm film is not dead, despite what you may have heard. It has high-profile supporters including Quentin Tarantino and…
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35mm Isn’t Dead Yet…

The last thing I expect to see in a movie theater nowadays is a movie  projected on film, but…
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