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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Film Discoveries of 2016 - Larry Karaszewski

The past four years, I have had the honor of being able to post a Film Discoveries list from Larry Karaszewski. Karaszewski is one of my favorite screenwriters and a true cinephile's cinephile. He and Scott Alexander have collaborated on many memorable screenplays including one of my personal favorites, Tim Burton's movie ED WOOD. Larry and Scott recently wrote the script for Burton's film BIG EYES as well which I highly recommend if you haven't had the chance to see it yet. Larry and Scott' recently worked the FX series AMERICAN CRIME STORY: THE PEOPLE VS. O.J. SIMPSON, which is now available digitally and on Blu-ray. Recommended!
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Also, always check out Larry's commentaries over at Trailers From Hell:
https://trailersfromhell.com/gurus/karaszewski-larry/

Please enjoy Larry's List from 2016 below - I always find things that I need to see based on what he's unearthed!

Joanna (1968; Michael Sarne)


A House Divided (1931; William Wyler)


Il Sorpasso (1962; Dino Rissi)


There's Always Tomorrow (1956; Douglas Sirk)


M (Remake) (1951; Joseph Losey)


Wake in Fright (1971; Ted Kotcheff)


The 36th Chamber of Shaolin (1978; Chia-Liang Liu)


Diabolique (1955; Henri-Georges Clouzot)

Winning (1969; James Goldstone)

Shanks (1974; William Castle)

Eyes Without a Face (1960; Georges Franju)

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