Doesn’t matter the time period or culture, there’s something about food that brings people together. It doesn’t just nourish the body, it possesses the capability of nourishing the soul. The best cinematic iteration of this is the scene in Ratatouille… Read More ›
“Midnight Diner” Blu-ray Giveaway
Maybe it’s because we’ve completed both available seasons of anime Food Wars (viewer discretion advised), but Well Go USA’s announcement of the home release of director Tony Leung Ka Fai’s comedic drama Midnight Diner sounds like the kind of savory delight that will… Read More ›
Beautiful and powerful, director Zhang Yimou’s “Shadow” achieves the balance it seeks.
If you’ve ever seen one of director Zhang Yimou’s films, then you’re aware of his general aesthetic: beautiful colors, historical periods, and performances wherein feats of martial arts are as essential to communication as dialogue. His latest work, Shadow, contains… Read More ›