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7 items from 2011

Blood of the Vines: Leave Her To Heaven

12 October 2011 8:52 PM, PDT | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Randy’s wine obsession is too much. Or is it?

Is Gene Tierney obsessive, or does she just “love too much?”  Trailers From Hell guru Neil Labute poses that question about Gene Tierney’s character in “Leave Her To Heaven.”

If you Google (or Yahoo, or Bing) “Too Much Love,” you find references to dance parties, song lyrics and advice from eHarmony.

The dance party seems safe enough, but I suppose that depends on where the dance is held and whether or not someone is shooting at your feet, ordering you to dance, a la Yosemite Sam.

The lyrics are from Queen’s song, “Too Much Love Will Kill You.”  It seems that observation concerns pursuing a love when another love is on your mind.  In that instance, it’s more likely you’ll be killed by one of the lovers than by the mere excess of love.

That brings us to the eHarmony article, »

- Danny

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Steven Spielberg & Martin Scorsese: the joy of celluloid

11 October 2011 8:12 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

It's risky, imperfect, expensive – and the stuff of a thousand classics. As Tacita Dean's tribute to celluloid opens, some noted movie-makers give thanks for film

Steven Spielberg Director

My favourite and preferred step between imagination and image is a strip of photochemistry that can be held, twisted, folded, looked at with the naked eye, or projected on to a surface for others to see. It has a scent and it is imperfect. If you get too close to the moving image, it's like impressionist art. And if you stand back, it can be utterly photorealistic. You can watch the grain, which I like to think of as the visible, erratic molecules of a new creative language. After all, this "stuff" of dreams is mankind's most original medium, and dates back to 1895. Today, its years are numbered, but I will remain loyal to this analogue artform until the last lab closes. »

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28 August 2011 11:22 AM, PDT | FilmExperience | See recent FilmExperience news »

© Phil NotoKeyframe a look back at the multiple Tilda Swintons of Teknolust

The Siren and Sunset Gun on Gene Tierney in Leave Her To Heaven 

World of Wonder gossiping about Will Smith and Jada Pinkett's breakup which they're denying (for now)

IndieWire has a chart of the top ten lesbian-centric box office hits: The Hours and Heavenly Creatures -- two films we like to talk about! -- bookend the chart. It's a remarkably high quality top ten all told. 

⬅ Your Nice New Outfit This is wonderful. The artist Phil Noto imagines society page coverage of superhero parties involving The Avengers and X-Men and the like allegedly shot by Ant-Man himself, Hank Pym. [P.S. If you're wondering why I always try to mention names of artists and such it's because I hate it when people don't get credit for their work. I wish the internet would respect province more... I just found out that my "Dead Wives Club" poster mockup which was satirizing Leonardo DiCaprio's career has finally taken off on tumblr and yet I wasn't credited for creating the joke or for making the poster. Sad face me.]

Zimbio Thelma & Louise has a 20th anniversary Academy screening in La. Sadly Susan Sarandon didn't show. So it was basically Thelma & Nope, Just Thelma. This is even worse than last week when Pfeiffer wasn't at the Scarface thing. »


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L.A. Noire Gold Film Reels Locations Guide

21 May 2011 4:14 PM, PDT | TheHDRoom | See recent TheHDRoom news »

Rockstar's L.A. Noire is full of collectible goodies that make an already great game even better. Perhaps the most prominent hidden collectible are 50 Gold Film Reels canisters scattered amongst the game's four main areas.

Some of the L.A. Noire Gold Film Reels will be stumbled upon naturally through the course of playing the game. Many others are tucked away in nooks and crannies. Finding these hidden Gold Film Reels may require a lot of extra exploring or a little help to locate.

The following guide will walk you through how to find all 50 Gold Film Reels in L.A. Noire in the shortest amount of time possible. Right after the guide are four YouTube videos that will show you exactly what the guide is talking about. Collect all 50 Gold Film Reels and you'll earn an Achievement in the Xbox 360 version and a Trophy in the Playstation 3 version.

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Cannes 2011: Neil Labute turns his macabre hand to Agatha Christie

15 May 2011 4:05 PM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

American director promises 'a good romp and a cracking yarn' in film version of The Crooked House

Neil Labute has carved a career from seriously disturbing plays and films – In the Company of Men, The Shape of Things – that plunge deep into the American male psyche and find it to be damaged, selfish and brutal.

But now the writer and director is turning to a gentler, politer and certainly more English material: Agatha Christie. And, he says, he promises "a good romp and a cracking yarn".

Labute is to direct a film of Christie's novel The Crooked House, with a screenplay adapted by Julian Fellowes, of Gosford Park and Downton Abbey fame. Though Labute has ventured into period drama once before – Possession, the As Byatt novel whose adaptation he directed, flips between the 19th and 20th centuries – he is certainly more associated with dystopian urban fables than the tinkling tea-cups »

- Charlotte Higgins

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Vincentennial: The Legacy of Vincent Price Exhibit Opens in St. Louis

25 April 2011 7:15 PM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Vincentennial: The Legacy of Vincent Price Exhibit opened at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis last Friday, April 22nd. Despite tornado alerts and it being Good Friday, there was a turnout of over 250 enthusiastic people on hand for the opening night reception. The free wine, Stella Artois beer, and snacks were appreciated by the crowd who at one point were sent downstairs while the tornado alarms went off. Fortunately, the Vincent Price Exhibit was downstairs as well, and when the beer made it down there, it just became more of a party. I’m pretty sure Vincent Price was behind the wicked weather. The Sheldon is located at 3648 Washington Boulevard in Saint Louis. The exhibit is in the Ann Lee and Wilfred Konneker Gallery on the first floor and runs through August 6th. The exhibition is underwritten by Mary Strauss and curated by Tom Stockman.

Vincentennial: The Legacy of »

- Tom Stockman

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Vincentennial Exhibit Opens April 22nd ‘The Legacy of Vincent Price’

8 April 2011 7:42 AM, PDT | WeAreMovieGeeks.com | See recent WeAreMovieGeeks.com news »

Vincentennial: The Legacy of Vincent Price Exhibit opens April 22nd at the Sheldon Art Galleries in St. Louis. The Sheldon is located downtown at 3648 Washington Boulevard (around the corner from the Fox Theater). The exhibit will be in the Ann Lee and Wilfrid Konneker Gallery on the first floor. There will be a free exhibit grand opening reception Friday April 22nd from 6 to 8pm at the Sheldon that will include free wine, hors d’oeuvres, and Stella Artois beer. The Exhibit runs through August 6th. The Gallery’s Hours are Tuesdays, 12 noon . 8 p.m, Wednesdays – Fridays, 12 noon . 5 p.m, and Saturdays, 10 a.m. . 2 p.m.

Vincentennial: The Legacy of Vincent Price is a one-of-a-kind exhibit of historical artifacts, movie memorabilia, and collectibles assembled from the collections of several Vincent Price fans from across the country. In honor of the upcoming centennial of his birth, this exhibit is designed to honor »

- Tom Stockman

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