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Posts by Jason Jones

Review: Cronos (1993)

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In the darkness a clock ticks. The ticking of one clock is gradually replaced by another and then another. Time two-steps along, ad infinitum, each clock marking the passage its own way. Antique dealer Jesus Gris marks his time with his beloved granddaughter Aurora, taking only enough of it away from her to show love to his wife Mercedes.(read more...)

Review: Angel Heart (1987)

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It is January, 1955. A dark build-up of grime thickly coats and obscures everything in New York City from the black snow covering the streets to a bloody body in an alley. Private detective Harry Angel lives mired within that marring grime, never seeing the real face of anything.(read more...)

Review: The Hunger (1983)

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It was 1983 and the age of MTV. If video had really killed the radio star, he was resurrected on film as one of the most stylish vampires since Bela Blasko changed his name and donned a cape. Casting David Bowie as centuries old vampire John Blaylock was the hook to lure the MTV audience but the real stars of director Tony Scott’s (Ridley’s younger brother) modern day “Symphony of Horror,” are Catherine Deneuve and Susan Sarandon as predator and prey. Deneuve as Blaylock’s vampire bride Miriam, and Sarandon as Dr. Sarah Roberts heat up the screen with so much sexual and emotional tension, that the eventual release is hot enough to melt a TV screen. However don’t be fooled. The Hunger is much more than just a retread of the Hammer vampire lesbian story.(read more...)

Review: The Hitcher (1986)

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The sky is dark hours before dawn over a lonely stretch of highway outside El Paso, Texas. Thunder rolls across the desert expanse and a match is struck. Jim Halsey takes a drag from a cigarette and drinks coffee from a thermos as he drives alone. Voices from the car radio give the slaughter cow report.(read more...)