Cave of Not-Forgotten Digital Projection

Last night, Cave of Forgotten Dreams became the first film I’ve seen digitally projected in two different theaters. The experience taught me something important: The difference between people who love digital projection and people who hate it may be the difference between the theaters they patronize. That the film was in 3D both times accentuated … Continue reading Cave of Not-Forgotten Digital Projection

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead

D- Horror comedy Note: I wrote this review in the spring of 2010, and planned to post it just before a then-planned Bay Area theatrical release. The release never happened, and the review was left unpublished. Since the movie is available on Netflix, I've decided to post the review now, in hopes that I will spare some … Continue reading Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead

Live Theater on the Big Screen and Frankenstein

Have you noticed the trend? Movie theaters aren’t just for movies anymore. Many of them are adding live opera, ballet, and theatre to their program—even if none it is actually live in that particular theater. The actual performance may be happening as you watch, or it may have been recorded—probably London or New York. But … Continue reading Live Theater on the Big Screen and Frankenstein