Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Ken_McAlinden, Dec 8, 2014.
Watched a couple of DVDs Fallen and The Departed
Blues Brothers 4K
Trick Baby BR
Dark Victory BR from Golden era box set 1939
1944's Strange Affair with the gorgeous Evelyn Keyes and Allyn Joslyn.
Six Bridges to Cross BluRay with a young Tony Curtis.
As a young punk in a gang he gets shot (which affects his ability to father children). No, I did not just give away a major spoiler. But it's an odd plot point for a film of the early 1950's.
David Lean's "(Breaking) The Sound Barrier". About 30 minutes of compelling story wrapped around 90 minutes of a soggy melodrama. What was he thinking? Its gets by on the exemplary acting, and the flying sequences. But this is one misshapen movie.
Masque of the Red Death. What great lines!
I wondered who had played The Red Death, and thought the voce sounded a bit like Christopher Lee, but seems it was someone named John Westbrook.
Westbrook is also in Corman’s TOMB OF LIGEIA. Both wonderful films.
2 good movies, but I favor Fallen over The Departed...
There's no Wee-jun Codes on UHD-BD's. The Blu-ray might be coded? I have not tried it. There's a disc of supplements too.
thanks...have you seen the Criterion Bluray version?
No, I decided to skip it since the UHD-BD was available.
Watching Picard season 1 BR, liking it so far.
The BD and Supplements discs in the Elephant Man UHD set are locked to Wee-jun B-Land...players.
watch this every Halloween...
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