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Daily Archives: April 14, 2022
A satire of interconnected vignettes — sketches — tied together in a loopy, bloody-minded State of France farce of a story, “Bloody Oranges” won’t be to most tastes. Discerning its meaning and what the filmmaker and his uninhibited, Comedie Francaise-spangled … Continue reading
“Room 203” is not the first “haunted room” thriller. This Japanese game company-produced adaptation of a Nanami Kamon novel isn’t set in a hotel as in “Room 237” in “The Shining,” or “1408” in the adaptation of a Stephen King … Continue reading
Movie Preview: “Official Competition,” a comedy about movie making and Film Fests starring Penelope Cruz, Antonio Banderas, and…a spectacular wig
Cruz is a famous “critic’s darling” filmmaker readying a new project, Banderas and Oscar Martinez as actors willing to go through some things to be in it. This looks pretty funny and is coming our way in June, from IFC.
Movie Preview: Stop what you’re doing and check out the trailer to David Cronenberg’s “Crimes of the Future”
Viggo, Seydoux and K-Stew. June. A real grabber tease of a trailer, I must say.
Red Band Movie Preview: Those French and their nudity, their sexy sex and their horror among the “Bloody Oranges”
Dirty and bloody and ooo la la…De rien, cinephiles. Dark Star has “Bloody Oranges,” which drops, sells and streams April 19.
Griego is a Buenos Aires TV producer running his legs off the keep his long-running confrontational reality show, “Hoy se arregla el mundo” on the air. He’s forever putting out fires, jetting abroad to sell his shows to other South … Continue reading