Rated: 4.5 / 5 "I'm sorry to differ with you sir. But *you* are the Caretaker. You have *always* been the Caretaker. I should know sir, I have *always* been here." A lot of people tend to think of this film as a horror movie, or at the very least a thriller. About a family … Continue reading The Shining (1980) review and analysis
Rated: 2 / 5 Rather than telling a story with universal meaning, however, Spielberg has instead made what can only be called a "Jewish" film; that is, a film by Jews, about Jews, and for Jews to use against non-Jews. -- Greg Raven "It's human nature. 'We'll do this to avoid that.'" "That's what they … Continue reading Schindler’s List (1993) review
So today is April 20th. A day of infamy. Where everyone is encouraged to roll a joint and smoke it; bake a batch of edibles and eat 'em. It's international pot day! It's a day to celebrate! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9Za3EleHYA It's also Hitler's birthday. The man who has been considered the most vile, racist, fascist, inhumane villain … Continue reading Europa: The Last Battle (2017) review
Utilitarianism (noun): A theory that the aim of action should be the largest possible balance of pleasure over pain or the greatest happiness of the greatest number -- Merriam Webster Paternalism (noun): A policy or practice of treating or governing people in a fatherly manner, especially by providing for their needs without giving them rights … Continue reading The War on Film Culture: Part 5: For the Children (1916-1917)
There's too many men Too many people Making too many problems And not much love to go round Can't you see This is a land of confusion. This is the world we live in And these are the hands we're given Use them and lets start trying To make it a place worth living in. … Continue reading Repeating History: 1930s Communism vs. 2010s Globalism
Detailed account of the controversies surrounding the 1915 release of The Birth of a Nation.
The 1915 Supreme Court decision on film censorship.