“Paris of the North” (2014): A Very Icelandic Movie (Review)
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“Paris of the North” (2014): A Very Icelandic Movie (Review)

A small, isolated town. A repressed, rather awkward and pathetic protagonist. Alcoholism. Incompetent fathers. Yep, what we have here is an Icelandic movie. It’s a…

“Project Wild Thing” (2013): Go Outside and Play (Review)
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“Project Wild Thing” (2013): Go Outside and Play (Review)

“Nature is the ultimate playground for children” are the words that ring out from David Bond’s megaphone as he promotes his product. Our product. Nature….

“Patton” (1970): A Simple Old Soldier (Review)
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“Patton” (1970): A Simple Old Soldier (Review)

Fading from black reveals a colossal American flag and with the sound of mass chatter among an unseen crowd. “Ten…HUT!” Instant silence. A distinguished officer of the…

“Punch-Drunk Love” (2002): People are just crazy in this world, I think (Review)
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“Punch-Drunk Love” (2002): People are just crazy in this world, I think (Review)

To honor Philip Seymour Hoffman we’re taking a look back at his career and review some of the films he appeared in. In Punch-Drunk Love,…

“Pirate Radio” (2009): Rocking the Boat, The Waves, and a Generation (Review)
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“Pirate Radio” (2009): Rocking the Boat, The Waves, and a Generation (Review)

With the untimely passing of Philip Seymour Hoffman, we here at The Cinematic Katzenjammer have decided to dedicate the entire month of February to the man…

“Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones” (2014): Progreso (Review)
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“Paranormal Activity: The Marked Ones” (2014): Progreso (Review)

One could bludgeon their readers to death with how horror is an odd genre that runs in cycles, creating endless amounts of sequels, prequels, and…

Film Review: Paradise: Hope

Paradise: Hope is the third and final film in Ulrich Seidl’s Paradise trilogy, after Paradise: Love and Paradise: Faith. This time he sets his sights…

Film Review: Paradise: Faith

Paradise: Faith is the second part of Austrian director Ulrich Seidl’s Paradise trilogy. The first one, Paradise: Love, was about a middle-aged woman who went…

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