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Blu-ray Review - This World, Then the Fireworks


There's been a longstanding Hollywood fascination with the works of author Jim Thompson. He's a writer specializing in dark poetry, creating ugly characters involved in ugly business, unable to touch the bottom of the pool when it comes to the depths of horrible business. Of course, this is catnip to filmmakers, with 1997's "This World, Then the Fireworks" a particularly itchy adaptation of a Thompson novella, with the production working very hard to make as claustrophobic and freewheeling a movie as possible.  Read the rest at 


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