DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 190: SIDES

This week, shenanigans with angry customers in the DVD aisle…

Posted on February 12, 2014 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 179: LIKE CLOCKWORK…

This week, the dark madness continues… oh, and then there’s the poor guy’s experience…

Posted on November 27, 2013 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

ACCIDENTALLY PRESERVED – VOLUME 1 (DVD)

Kudos to historian/archivist and silent film music composer Ben Model and historian Steve Massa for their important work in offering these rare goodies to digital age audiences…

Posted on June 13, 2013 in Reviews by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 122: MONUMENTAL MINUTIA

This week, we look at a sci-fi film of monumental grandness… perhaps too grand…

Posted on October 24, 2012 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 58: JUDGING A DVD BY ITS COVER

This week, Digital Celluloid has Archmag learn a lesson involving horrible movies with an awesome graphic designer at the helm…

Posted on August 3, 2011 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

DIGITAL CELLULOID – ISSUE 53: DAY 0

Digital Celluloid, a comic strip by artist Chris Cirillo, pokes fun at the films of today, tomorrow and yesterday. Whether it is a classic or an upcoming blockbuster, no film is safe! This week, Digital Celluloid celebrates its 1st year anniversary with a comic of biblical proportions, literally…

Posted on June 29, 2011 in Digital Celluloid, Features by

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000: HAMLET (DVD)

This episode of “Mystery Science Theater 3000″ tends to be dismissed by many fans, but it’s not a bad one. It’s just that “Hamlet” seems to come from out of left field in a series full of Godzilla films, Roger Corman productions, ill-conceived low-budget sci-fi and horror films…

Posted on June 21, 2011 in Reviews by

MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000: GUNSLINGER (DVD)

“Gunslinger” is a classic “MST3K” episode that skewers a 1956 Roger Corman western. The writing staff probably felt like they were shooting fish in a barrel with this one. Unfortunately, this standalone DVD from Shout! Factory is devoid of extras…

Posted on June 21, 2011 in Reviews by