DameStruck: The Bigamist (1953)

We talk a lot about female directors on Citizen Dame – as we should, because female directors are amazing. And first among the greats is Ida Lupino, nicknamed “Mother of Us All” on her sets. Lupino was best known for her noir performances as an actress, but she […]

Blindspotting (Blu-ray Review)

2018 has been an excellent year for high-profile critical successes that deal with issues of race, violence, and gentrification in America. Spike Lee took on the KKK with Black KkKlansman; Boots Riley scored a critical success with his socialist masterwork Sorry To Bother You; Ryan Coogler gave us […]

Thirst Trap: David Tennant

For today’s Thirst Trap installment, I’m stepping forward to pay homage to one of the longest running objects of my thirsty attentions: David Tennant. Everyone has their top 10 list… and for the better part of the last decade (Gah, I feel old) the Doctor himself has occupied […]

DameStruck: Shadow of a Doubt (1942)

Of all the directors of his generation, Alfred Hitchcock’s films are probably the most widely available, both on streaming and on physical media. Even his early British films are available, sometimes in less-than-stellar public domain prints. But beyond the most famous “masterpieces,” there are other, smaller films that […]

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