Thematically-linked Blu-ray double features…sure. Although I’m wondering if I can stand to watch In Cold Blood again. Everyone has limits and there’s something awfully tedious and on-the-nose about it. Maybe it’s the way the Quincy Jones score sometimes tries to underscore the sentiment in a scene when it’s already dead obvious what you’re supposed to be feeling. (I hate scores that do that.) Maybe it’s Scott Wilson‘s performance, which seems too soft and charming given the notorious psychopath he’s supposed to be playing (i.e., Dick Hickock). It’s just that Conrad Hall‘s black-and-white widescreen cinematography is so choice.

From Bernnet Miller’s Capote

Robert Blake in Richard Brooks’ In Cold Blood.