Thu, 6 March 2014
Paul and Erin review two recent Blu-Ray reissues starring the late-’70s/early-’80s sex symbol Nastassja Kinski. First, TESS: Roman Polanski's 1979 film version of Thomas Hardy's novel about a simple farmgirl whose discovery that she is distantly related to an old noble family sets the stage for a lifetime of disappointment and misery; then, CAT PEOPLE, Paul Schrader's 1982 remake of Val Lewton's horror classic, starring Kinski as a woman whose discovery that she is descended from an ancient race of incestuous were-panthers sets the stage for violence and erotic torture.
Plus: our quick takes on THE WIND RISES, RHYMES FOR YOUNG GHOULS (and other films in the "Canada's Top Ten" touring package), THE PRICE OF GOLD, and WE ARE THE BEST!
Direct download: TAATM_95__Tess_vs._Cat_People.mp3
Category:TV and Film -- posted at: 12:05pm EDT