Monthly Archives: August 2014

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International Spy Museum

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This past January, I visited Washington D.C. for the first time.  I visited a few historical sites and museums, one of which was the International Spy Museum.  Its big draw for me was its Bond villain exhibit, but there were … Continue reading

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Happy 2nd Birthday To ‘The Cinematic Frontier’

I’ve been so busy at work that I almost forgot that my little blog, The Cinematic Frontier, turned 2 today.  I’m thankful for the amount of followers I gained in the last year (100, putting me at a total of 196 … Continue reading

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Quilombo (1984)

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Slavery has been a dark chapter for many nations throughout history (especially in the United States).  Brazil was another country that had a huge slavery problem.  In fact, Brazil was the last nation to abolish slavery (in 1888, although some slavery has continued … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 8/26/14 Recommendations

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Vertigo (1958)

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“And then what did he do?  Did he train you?  Did he rehearse you?  Did he tell you exactly what to do, what to say?  You were a very apt pupil too, weren’t you?  You were a very apt pupil!  … Continue reading

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Blu-ray Tuesdays: 8/19/14 Recommendations

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Jodorowsky’s Dune (2013)

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“For me, Dune will be the coming of a god.  I wanted to make something sacred, free, with new perspective.  Open the mind!” says Alejandro Jodorowsky. Alejandro Jodorowsky hasn’t made a lot of films during his career, but most of … Continue reading