Tim Hulsizer

Tim Hulsizer was a film major at Keene State College, where he learned to appreciate the very worst films as well as the very best. His interests span the world of film and television, from Hayao Miyazaki’s sublime animated epics to the everyday drama of documentaries like "Crumb" and "Marwencol." When not staring at a screen, he enjoys drawing, writing screenplays, and discussing the minutiae of 1980s comedies. He lives in New Hampshire where he tends to his flock of 4 cats and a dog.

Blu-ray Review: The B-52’s – With the Wild Crowd! Live in Athens, GA

“Live in Athens, GA” should be music to the ears of any B-52’s fan: the band, their home town, and a crowd filled with adoring fans. But they’ve been playing live for more than 30 years.  Has the band held up against the test of time? The first impression that the band makes is visual: …

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Kate & Leopold

Blu-ray Review: Kate & Leopold (Director’s Cut)

In this slight but inoffensive rom-com from writer-director James Mangold, we’re introduced to Leopold Alexis Elijah Walker Thomas Gareth Mountbatten, Duke of Albany (Hugh Jackman).  Leopold is living in New York in the year 1876 and on the cusp of becoming engaged to someone he doesn’t love in order to please his father.  When he …

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