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Blu-ray Review - Beyond Dream's Door


1989's "Beyond Dream's Door" represents Jay Woelfel's directorial debut, working to bring a 1983 short film up to feature-length standards and impress the world with his helming skills. The picture is a descent into nightmares and dreamscapes, following a young college student as he battles with unreality, pulling others into his survival challenge. Woelfel comes prepared for war, serving up a professional-looking movie that's loaded with moving cameras and dramatic lighting. There's just no story to follow or characters to connect to, with the abstract nature of the endeavor growing wearisome as it becomes clear "Beyond Dream's Door" is really just an overlong directorial showcase for Woelfel, who works extra hard to deliver a visual experience. Read the rest at


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