sábado, 30 de junho de 2012
"(...) observando de uma distância cósmica, permite que a comédia da criação, da existência e do desaparecimento siga seu curso. Ele quer ser um olho lunar, uma consciência desligada do objeto; não escravizado por deuses, nem pela luxúria; não preso por amor ou ódio, por convicção ou preconceito. O desprendimento da consciência é a meta que começa a se manifestar por trás da cortina nebulosa (...)"
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Halloween III: Season Of The Witch
Release Date: 9/18/2012
Categories: Horror Gifts With Purchase Feature Films Blu-ray
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Halloween III: Season Of The Witch [Collector’s Edition] (Blu-ray)
John Carpenter (Halloween, The Thing) Presents the Third Chilling Film in the Halloween Franchise
When a terrified toy salesman is mysteriously attacked and brought to the hospital, babbling and clutching the year’s most popular Halloween costume — an eerie pumpkin mask — Dr. Daniel Challis (Tom Atkins, The Fog, Night Of The Creeps) is thrust into a terrifying Halloween nightmare. Working with the salesman’s daughter, Ellie (Stacey Nelkin), Daniel traces the mask to the Silver Shamrock Novelties company and its founder, Conal Cochran (Dan O’Herlihy, RoboCop).
Ellie and Daniel uncover Cochran’s shocking Halloween plan and must stop him before trick-or-treaters across the country are kept from ever coming home in this terrifying thriller from writer/director Tommy Lee Wallace (Stephen King’s It).
Audio Commentary with director Tommy Lee Wallace
Audio Commentary with actor Tom Atkins
Stand Alone: The Making Of Halloween III: Season Of The Witch featuring Tommy Lee Wallace, Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dick Warlock, Dean Cundey and more
Horror’s Hallowed Grounds: Revisiting the original shooting locations
Theatrical Trailers and TV Spots
Also available on DVD.
Like Someone In Love dissects the very spirit of human beings, delves into their most private feelings, feelings that even they are unaware of and reveals the fate that inextricably takes hold of each one of them. A fate that seems to have swept them all up on the same high-rolling wave, before spitting them out, naked and frozen. I had already felt this tide of emotion when reading the pages of Alfred Hayes. His words could have swallowed me up, swept me away and dragged me off course. They frightened me, and the more I was gripped by fear, the more lucid I became. I should also mention the black light with which Carco thought he could spectrograph his characters’ inner life and the life around them.
The more feelings of fear and lucidity come to the fore in films such as Like Someone in Love, the more opaque and mysterious the film becomes, in a similar way to the lesser known films of Jacques Tourneur, They All Come Out, Circle of Danger, The Fear Makers. Such subtle and clever film-making all shows the almost intangible uniqueness of their director.
Like Someone in Love is an outstanding example of “mise-en-scene”, an almost forgotten art in cinematography that has gradually been replaced by different aesthetic values. Here, one is reminded of the masterful skill of Preminger, at the height of his career, but Like Someone In Love is not just a show of masterful craftsmanship. The film is concrete, physical and profoundly enigmatic.
One leaves the cinema knowing a little bit more about life.
Abbas, I did not see this film coming, I thank you and I know others will too…
Pierre Rissient, 25th April 2012
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