Tag Archives: Paranoia

April 07

40 years Ago Today: The Conversation (film review)

  In 1970, Karel Kachyna made a Czech film titled The Ear, and in 1974 Francis Ford Coppola made an American film titled The Conversation. Due to the highly restrictive Soviet rule in Czechoslovakia, The Ear was banned before it saw the light of day (frankly it’s a miracle it was ever made) and did […]

August 20

Paranoia – Robert Luketic and The not-so-Firm remake. (film review)

I’m going to be adding my voice to the heard here. Like Paranoia itself, there isn’t much that is original that I can add to the already well-worn list of complaints, except that if you are going to make a high-tech thriller about the future of the telecommunications age, you should have at least come […]