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  1. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Freud (1962) Blu-ray Review

    I agree. Thanks for linking it.
  2. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Freud (1962) Blu-ray Review

    When I got my first VCR, I was taping night and day: movies (and sitting there to edit out commercials with a wired pause remote), episodes of TV series I loved like The Andy Griffith Show and The Adventures of Superman, and all kinds of specials. Tapes were expensive if you bought them...
  3. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Freud (1962) Blu-ray Review

    Reading about your routine for watching TV back in the day echoed my own young life. I DEVOURED TV Guide each week searching for films and shows I was desperate to see (or see again). It was part of our weekly life, and it's such a sweet memory.
  4. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Freud (1962) Blu-ray Review

    I, too, saw the film in full color in the theater and subsequently on television in that look, so it's the one I was overwhelmingly accustomed to. Seeing the "gold" version was a shock to the system, and while I can admire the attempt, I always defer to the color version when I want to watch it.
  5. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Freud (1962) Blu-ray Review

    What I love is that even at this stage in his career after all his awards and celebration, he was still experimenting. Moulin Rouge and this film (and Moby Dick) have such creative visuals unlike the other films of their era, and he'd do further experimentation with The List of Adrian Messenger...
  6. Matt Hough

    Blu-ray Review Freud (1962) Blu-ray Review

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