Tag Archives: 3-D

3 things about Roy Ward Baker’s INFERNO

Inferno [1953] 1. “Come back here! That’s my rabbit!” 2. Busty yellow bathing suit. 3. Flaming roof coming towards you.

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3 things about Arch Oboler’s THE BUBBLE

The Bubble [1966] 1. “You’re making too much of this. After all, what’s childbirth? Just a sexy bellyache.” 2. Floating tray of beers. And as it approaches, you can see the wires affixed to the corners of the tray. 3. … Continue reading

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3 things about Jean-Luc Godard’s GOODBYE TO LANGUAGE 3D

Goodbye to Language 3D [2014] 1. Pages of a book. 2. Windshield wipers. 3. Snout. Jean-Luc plays with a new toy for 70 minutes and we get to watch. Whether or not that fits into your idea of fun will … Continue reading

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3 things about Alfred Hitchcock’s DIAL M FOR MURDER

Dial M for Murder [1954] 1. Scissors from her mending basket. 2. Luminous green bedside clock. 3. A bottle of lighter fluid. High-waisted pants, suspenders, a tucked-in necktie. It’s definitely a more involving film in 3-D. Hitchcock is extremely restrained … Continue reading

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The “death” of 35mm and the peskiness of 3-D

Check out my interview with Marty Rubin, Associate Director of Programming at the Siskel Film Center. So juicy that it’s in two parts! Part I Part II

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