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  • A Fish Called Wanda (1988)

    A Fish Called Wanda is a more popular, better-known title than I usually review in the Bottom Shelf, but for much of the general public, films more than 20 years old are not even on their radar.  Consequently, I felt that Arrow Video’s 4K restoration and Blu-ray release would...
  • Meet the Team: Garv (a.k.a. William T. Garver)

    Greetings, fellow cinephiles, Over the next week or two, I plan to add a couple of additional writers to the Bottom Shelf.  As a way of introduction, I will ask them to complete a brief questionnaire about their movie preferences and remembrances.  Of course, I’ll never ask a member...
  • Kino Lorber Upcoming Round-up

    Here’s a quick overview of what’s coming to Blu-ray and DVD from Kino Lorber Studio Classics, Kino Classics, and Redemption in upcoming months.  Quite a bounty, if you ask me: KLSC Coming Soon: 9/5 They Shoot Horses Don’t They | The Birthday Party 9/12 Custer of the West | Krakatoa, East of...
  • The Fatal Glass of Beer (1933)

    A Note: The Fatal Glass of Beer is an extremely funny short subject. If you haven’t seen it, I’d highly recommend watching and savoring the film before reading my synopsis below. Analysis tends to kill comedy, and my description is no exception. Relegated to secondary roles at Paramount Pictures,...
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