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Master Of The World – The DVD Review

12 September 2011 8:29 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

The 1961 fantasy adventure Master Of The World starring Vincent Price and Charles Bronson is finally available on DVD as part of MGM’s ‘Limited Edition Collection’. Though not considered to be a great film, it’s one I’ve always had a soft spot in my heart for, mostly because of the cast (those are my two favorite actors) and its frequent television airings decades ago. I’ve been showing an 8-minute cut on Super-8 sound film of Master Of The World at my Super-8 Vincent Price Movie Madness show that I’ve presented several times promoting Vincentennial and younger audiences seemed to really enjoy discovering this film even in the abridged version. Master Of The World was produced by American International to not only create their first prestigious epic color adventure but to cash in on the wave of adaptions of Jules Verne novels that were so successful at the time. »

- Tom Stockman

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A life in music: Richard Rodney Bennett

22 July 2011 4:07 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

'I didn't ever decide I was going to be a composer. It was like being tall. It's what I was. It's what I did'

Sidney Lumet's 1974 film version of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express was something of a landmark in crime cinema. The star-studded cast (Bacall, Bergman, Connery, Finney, Gielgud, Redgrave . . .) and lavish production values provided both the template for later movie adaptations of Christie's work and paved the way for the successful trend of high-end television crime series. Richard Rodney Bennett, who had been writing for the screen since he was 18, and who was a technically brilliant classical composer with a deep knowledge of 1930s popular music, was an ideal choice to write the score.

"Stephen Sondheim recommended me," recalls Bennett. "And as soon as I saw the rushes I told Sidney that no one in their right mind was going to be scared out their wits by Agatha Christie. »

- Nicholas Wroe

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Dcc 2011: Leonard Nimoy Divulges Vulcan Secrets And Takes A Walk Down Memory Lane

26 May 2011 4:00 AM, PDT | ScifiMafia | See recent ScifiMafia news »

Over ten thousand people attended this past weekend’s Dallas Comic-Con. Arguably one of the biggest draws was the appearance of Spock himself, Leonard Nimoy. And he didn’t just merely come to sign autographs and take pictures with fans. Nimoy had prepared a special presentation for Dcc attendees… well, the lucky ones that got into the Main Stage Ballroom, that is!

As Dcc was one of the last conventions Nimoy planned to attend, he put together a retrospective presentation. He decided to do this in lieu of a traditional Q&A session and I must say that it was most fascinating to hear Nimoy lead us down his own memory lane and give us insight into his life as an actor, photographer, and as Spock.

But before the journey back in time began, Nimoy took care of business with addressing a few questions he knew many wanted an answer »

- Lillian 'zenbitch' Standefer

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CriterionCast – Episode 072 – Laurence Olivier’s Henry V with Special Guest: Elisabeth Rappe of Chud.com and Film.com [Criterion Collection #041]

14 March 2011 9:00 PM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

Special Guest: Elisabeth Rappe – A writer for Chud.com and Film.com.

This is the podcast dedicated to The Criterion Collection. Rudie Obias, Ryan Gallagher, & James McCormick discuss Criterion News & Rumors and Criterion New Releases, they also analyze, discuss & highlight Cc #041 Laurence Olivier’s 1944 film, Henry V.

What do you think of their show? Please send them your feed back: CriterionCast@gmail.com or call their voicemail line @ 347.878.3430 or follow them on twitter @CriterionCast or Comment on their blog, http://CriterionCast.com.

Thank You for listening. Don’t forget to subscribe to their podcast and please leave your reviews in their iTunes feed.

They broadcast every episode Live on UStream every Friday @ 8pm Est/5pm Pst. Join in on the conversation @ CriterionCast.com/Live

Our next episode they will highlight and discuss film Criterion #507 Nicholas Ray’s 1956 film, Bigger Than Life.

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- Rudie Obias

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CriterionCast – Episode 071.5 – Disc 2 – Netflix Streaming Vs. Hulu Plus

13 March 2011 6:45 PM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

Disc 2 episodes are bonus/supplement episodes of The CriterionCast. Rudie Obias, Ryan Gallagher, & James McCormick ramble on and on about movies and movie experiences. “On The Screen” is where they discuss anything and everything that has been on their screens in the week. So anything from TV & movies to music & web junk, everything “On The Screen” is up for grabs. This is what they recommend to you, their listeners.

What do you think of their show? Please send them your feed back: CriterionCast@gmail.com or call their voicemail line @ 347.878.3430 or follow them on twitter @CriterionCast or Comment on their blog, http://CriterionCast.com.

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Our next episode they »

- Rudie Obias

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CriterionCast – Episode 071 – Peter Yates’ The Friends of Eddie Coyle – Special Guest: Matt Singer of IFC.com [Criterion Collection #475]

8 March 2011 10:59 AM, PST | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

This is the podcast dedicated to The Criterion Collection. Rudie Obias, Ryan Gallagher, & James McCormick discuss Criterion News & Rumors and Criterion New Releases, they also analyze, discuss & highlight Cc #475 Peter Yates’ 1973 film, The Friends of Eddie Coyle.

Special Guest: Matt Singer – The On-Air Host of IFC.com.

 

What do you think of their show? Please send them your feed back: CriterionCast@gmail.com or call their voicemail line @ 347.878.3430 or follow them on twitter @CriterionCast or Comment on their blog, http://CriterionCast.com.

Thank You for listening. Don’t forget to subscribe to their podcast and please leave your reviews in their iTunes feed.

They broadcast every episode Live on UStream every Friday @ 8pm Est/5pm Pst. Join in on the conversation @ CriterionCast.com/Live

Our next episode they will highlight and discuss film Cc #041 Laurence Olivier’s 1944 film, Henry V.

Add It To Your Netflix Queue or Watch It Via Netflix Watch Instantly. »

- Rudie Obias

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From William A. Wellman to Joe Wright – Non-Nominated Directors: Biggest Oscar Snubs #9a

28 January 2011 1:11 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Marlon Brando, Trevor Howard, Mutiny on the Bounty Biggest Oscar Snubs #10b: The Piano's Michael Nyman, Inception's Lee Smith Below is a partial list of directors whose films were nominated for the Best Picture Oscar — but the directors themselves weren't. William A. Wellman, Wings (1927-28) Edmund Goulding, Grand Hotel (1931-32) Sam Wood, The Pride of the Yankees (1942) George Cukor, Gaslight (1944) Michael Curtiz, Mildred Pierce (1945) Laurence Olivier, Henry V (1946) George Seaton, Miracle on 34th Street (1947) Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger, The Red Shoes (1948) Mervyn LeRoy, Quo Vadis (1951) Daniel Mann, The Rose Tattoo (1955) Henry King, Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955) Cecil B. DeMille, The Ten Commandments (1956) Otto Preminger, Anatomy of a Murder (1959) John Wayne, The Alamo (1960) Lewis Milestone, Mutiny on the Bounty (1962) Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Cleopatra (1963) Stanley Kramer, Ship of Fools (1965) Robert Wise, The Sand Pebbles (1966) Richard Fleischer, [...] »

- Andre Soares

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