In this most important Movies category on Returning Videotapes you’ll find movie reviews of all genres and decades, including Old Hollywood, international cinema, and independent films. There’s also themed lists, film analysis, and posts that explore specific aspects of filmmaking, such as: cinematography, costume design, and scores. Really, there’s a LOT.
Last week’s Thursday Movie Picks was all about private investigators and though I missed it, I still wanted to share with you five private eye classic movies that I’ve seen and – mostly – loved.
For my February Blind Spot pick I figured nothing would be more fitting than one of the most famous and acclaimed romantic movies of all time, All That Heaven Allows (1955).
We’re kicking off this year’s Blind Spot Series with Cet Obscur Objet du Désir, or That Obscure Object of Desire – Luis Buñuel’s last film, released in 1977.
Calling all blindspotters for a new edition of the Blind Spot Series! Challenge yourself to watch 12 great movies this year, and join us!
The end of the year is approaching, which means we’re wrapping up another edition of the Blind Spot Series! Read on for all the entries.
Being October, the pick for the Blind Spot Series could only be a horror movie. Here’s what I thought of the classic Bride of Frankenstein (1935).
Prepare yourself for a recap haunted by evil spirits, vampires, and the living dead. Here are the movies and tv shows I’ve seen so far in October.
It’s October, which means Halloween, which means horror. As is tradition, this month Returning Videotapes will be filled with disgusting monsters, creepy ghosts, and all things evil. Get ready for October Horror!
For September’s Blind Spot I picked Ingmar Bergman’s classic take on religion and mortality, The Seventh Seal (1957).
A new chapter of the Conjuring is out, and it was one of my most anticipated movies of the year: The Nun (2018). Yet it also proved to be the most disappointing so far.
This month’s Blind Spot is the classic western by italian director Sergio Leone, Il Buono, Il Brutto, Il Cattivo (1966). Starring Clint Eastwood, Eli Wallach and Lee Van Cleef, it’s hailed as one the absolute best movies of all time, but did it live up to the hype? Or was I just bored out of my mind?
In this week’s Thursday Movie Picks, we dive into the Non-English Movies we love. In this top 5 you’ll find three french films, and two chinese productions that are unmissable.