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Home Video Hovel: Romeo and Juliet, by Rudie Obias

Obviously, just about everyone knows the story of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet—two young star-crossed lovers from warring families in Verona, Italy. This is something everyone had to read in high school for English literature, as well as countless movie...


Attachment: Doublets, by Rudie Obias

Religion as horror is nothing new in cinema. There are several successful movies in the sub-genre, such as Rosemary’s Baby, The Conjuring, Midsommar, and others come to mind. Most of these movies are rooted in Christianity, while Jewish horror movies...


Rudie’s Top Ten Films of 2022

Rudie’s Top Ten Films of 2022 The year 2022 was the first year post-pandemic where people are starting to return to the movies. While overall moviegoing attendance was much lower than pre-pandemic, the year proved that people are willing to...


Rudie’s Top Ten of 2021

In some ways, 2021 was a much better year than 2020, in terms of actually leaving the house. With movie theaters open for business with strict COVID-19 pandemic restrictions (at least in New York City where this writer resides), a...


Rudie’s Top Ten of 2019

From Escape Room to Little Women, 2019 has been a wonderful year in movies that was full of highs and lows. While I didn’t get to the movies a lot this year, due to a career shift, I enjoyed most...


Rudie’s Top Ten of 2018

10. BlacKkKlansman You hear the words “return to form” a lot with BlacKkKlansman, but Spike Lee has always been making bold and irreverent films during his entire career. However, this latest film gets a boost because of its mainstream success...

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