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Kino Lorber's 4k restoration of King Hu's work brings the undeniable accolades "spellbinding" and "enchanted" to the fore.
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The screenwriter for The Orphanage uses horror to explore that mysterious place between childhood and adulthood, the mystery between fantasy and reality, the otherworldly line between life and death.
Safety is an illusion, Dourif says. There is no solid ground anywhere -- least of all beneath an actor's feet.
When people change it often isn't for the better or the worse, but just for the different. And sometimes it's just like zombies.
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