Tagged: romance


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...


There There: Scheme to Scheme, by David Bax

After his deservedly acclaimed, semi-experimental triumph Computer Chess in 2013, mumblecore godfather Andrew Bujalski’s films rose in visibility, production value and star power; see 2015’s Guy Pearce-led Results and 2018’s Regina Hall-starring Support the Girls (which remains the director’s masterpiece)....


Monday Movie: The French Lieutenant’s Woman, by David Bax

Every Monday, we’ll highlight a piece of writing from our vaults. This review of The French Lieutenant’s Woman originally ran as a home video review. Karel Reisz’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman is much more than a way to listen to people repeatedly...

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