truly a hero to us all

truly a hero to us all

A message from Anonymous
I'm a horror movie junkie, but lately all I can get my hands on is the usual fare that ends up on cable reruns. Could I trouble you for recommendations?

I’m not much of a horrorhound, unfortunately.  Of the precious few I’ve seen, I’d say my favourites are Rosemary’s Baby and Deep Red.

I co-hosted a Paul Verhoeven triple feature (Starship Troopers, RoboCop, Showgirls) with some friends the other day, and this was my reaction to every film.

I co-hosted a Paul Verhoeven triple feature (Starship Troopers, RoboCop, Showgirls) with some friends the other day, and this was my reaction to every film.

The Age of Innocence (1993)

The Age of Innocence (1993)

I made an art. A portrait of the exquisite Madchen Amick.

I made an art. A portrait of the exquisite Madchen Amick.

glamorouslynrml said: Is “Being John Malkovich” the Criterion Collection edition or no? If so, that one. CC is the best.

I wish.  My blu-ray player can’t play Region A discs, so Criterions (Criteria?) aren’t an option, sadly.

Help

Yo tumblr, I have a blu-ray buying dilemma.  I’m trying to make the most of the last dollars on this gift card, and I have narrowed down a few options for what to spend it on:

  • American Graffiti (a sentimental favourite)
  • The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford (imagine that sweet hi-def cinematography)
  • Being John Malkovich (unseen, but I like me some Kaufman)
  • Goodfellas (unseen, but it’s Goodfellas)

Which do you reckon I should go for?