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Greg Hildreth, Barrett Wilbert Weed, Max Crumm, & More Will Perform The Last Song Of Eddie Scourge at Feinstein's/54 Below

Feinstein's54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, will present The Last Song of Eddie Scourge, a new musical by Eli Bolin Found, Skippyjon Jones and Mike Pettry The Light Princess, The Time Travelers Convention, featuring Greg Hildreth The Robber Bridegroom, Rodgers amp Hammerstein's Cinderella, Barrett Wilbert Weed Heathers The Musical, Found, Max Crumm Disaster, Grease, and more on November 30th, 2016 at 930pm.
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The Time Travelers

In his only Tfh commentary, the late Ib Melchior shares some backstage info on the making of this lesser-known but diverting sci fi fantasy that sports one of the most cleverly edited climaxes in the genre. That's Forry Ackerman, editor of Famous Monsters of Filmland, as one of the technicians transforming a circle into a square.

The Time Travelers can be seen online in its entirety here.
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Journey to the Seventh Planet

What horrors will we find on the planet Yoo-rah-nuss? A cyclopean dinosaur? Nasty spider monsters? A megalomaniac cerebellum that can turn our X-rated sex fantasies into flesh and blood people? Let's go! Sid Pink's flashy and slightly idiotic adventure stars space cadet John Agar as an average guy willing to have sex with a phantom from his own imagination. Say, doesn't Woody Allen make dirty jokes about that? Journey to the Seventh Planet Blu-ray Kl Studio Classics 1962 / Color / 1:66 widescreen / 77 min. / Street Date April 5, 2016 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95 Starring John Agar, Carl Ottosen, Ann Smyrner, Greta Thyssen, Peter Monch, Ove Sprogoe, Louis Miehe-Renard, Ulla Moritz, Mimi Heinrich, Annie Birgit Garde. Cinematography Aage Wiltrup Visual Effects Krogh, Wah Chang, Jim Danforth, Ronny Scheemmel. Art Director Otto Lund Editor Tove Palsbo Original Music Jerry Capeheart, Ib Glindemann, Mitchell Tableporte Written by Ib Melchior & Sid Pink Produced by Samuel Z. Arkoff & Sid Pink
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Je t’aime, je t’aime

Yet another European art film director tries his hand at cerebral Sci-fi. Alain Resnais' openly experimental movie uses a generic time travel framework to, what else, explore the phenomenon of memory. Suicidal melancholic Claude Rich is projected back exactly one year, for exactly one minute. What could go wrong? Je t'aime, je t'aime Blu-ray Kino Classics 1968 / Color /1:66 widescreen / 94 min. / Street Date November 10, 2015 / available through Kino Lorber / 29.95 Starring Claude Rich, Olga Georges-Picot, Anouk Ferjac. Cinematography Jean Boffety Film Editors Albert Jurgenson, Colette Leloup Original Music Krzysztof Penderecki Written by Jacques Sternberg, Alain Resnais Produced by Mag Bodard Directed by Alain Resnais

Reviewed by Glenn Erickson

My very first UCLA film class in the Fall of 1970 dispatched us to the Vagabond Theater to see a double bill of two 'art' movies that play fast and loose with narrative conventions: Luis Buñuel's Ensayo de un Crimen and Alain Resnais' Je t'aime,
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Ib Melchior, Screenwriter on 'Robinson Crusoe on Mars,' Dies at 97

Ib Melchior, Screenwriter on 'Robinson Crusoe on Mars,' Dies at 97
Ib Melchior, the screenwriter and director who took two classics of literature and set them in the future for the 1960s sci-fi films Robinson Crusoe on Mars and The Time Travelers, has died. He was 97. Melchior, who claimed he was the one who came up with the ideas for TV's Lost in Space and Star Trek, died Saturday of natural causes at his home in West Hollywood, his son, Leif, told The Hollywood Reporter. A native of Copenhagen, Melchior co-wrote the screenplay for Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964), based on Daniel Dufoe's 18th century adventure tale. Directed

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Cannes award to legendary Vilmos Zsigmond

We here at Tfh have always thought of the great Vilmos Zsigmond as one of "our" movie icons, having begun his distinguished cinematographic career in the humble swamps of low budget exploitation before rising on his own merit to a justly celebrated mainstream career. So it is with fond memories of the likes of The Sadist, The Name of the Game is Kill, The Time Travelers and Five Bloody Graves that we congratulate him on this latest award: From The Daily News - The legendary Hungarian-American cinematographer Vilmos Zsigmond, director of photography of the soon-to-be-released film ‘Atatürk,’ will receive a Life Time Achievement Award today from the 67th Cannes International Film Festival 2014.

In an extraordinary, Academy Award-winning career spanning some six decades, Zsigmond’s outstanding credits include “The Deer Hunter” and “Heaven’s Gate” directed by Michael Cimino, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” and “Sugarland Express” by Steven Spielberg,
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‘Silver Linings Playbook’ Producers Teaming at Levantine Films (Exclusive)

‘Silver Linings Playbook’ Producers Teaming at Levantine Films (Exclusive)
Veteran producer Donna Gigliotti and development executive Renee Witt are teaming up at Levantine Films with plans to launch projects for the over-25 market.

New York-based Levantine plans to develop, fully finance and produce commercially viable character driven films in the $15-30 million range.

Gigliotti’s been nominated three times for an Academy Award for Best Picture for “Silver Linings Playbook,” “The Reader” and “Shakespeare in Love,” which took the Oscar. Witt helped develop “Silver Linings” and was a co-executive producer on it.

Gigliotti will assume the newly created role of president at Levantine and Witt will serve as VP. The duo was also involved in the development of “Two Lovers,” “Let Me In” and “About a Boy.”

With Gigliotti and Witt on board, Levantine will focus on similar films aimed at under-served adult moviegoers.

Levantine Films was established in 2009 and executive produced Cherien Dabis’ immigrant drama “Amreeka.” Levantine is backed by Crest Investments,
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Please Don’t Let the Mom Die on How I Met Your Mother

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Please Don’t Let the Mom Die on How I Met Your Mother
There are only four episodes left of How I Met Your Mother, which puts us right into "stick the landing" territory. And last night's episode, "Vesuvius," seemed to fall in line with the theory that the Mother is dead and Ted is recounting all of this as a widower. I buy that theory for a number of reasons, though Himym has long enjoyed misdirection — let's give the Dead Mom Theory a strong maybe. And let's also be clear: If the mother dies or turns out to have been dead, I will never forgive this damn show.The Dead Mom Theory has been floating around for a bit, and it gained traction in season eight's "The Time Travelers," in which we see Ted rush to the (unseen) Mother's apartment and say, "Exactly 45 days from now, you and I are going to meet." He tells her their love story and begs, "I
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'How I Met Your Mother': 10 key moments in the Mother and Ted's history

'How I Met Your Mother': 10 key moments in the Mother and Ted's history
The 200th episode of "How I Met Your Mother" is called "How Your Mother Met Me," and it tells the story of how the Mother's (Cristin Milioti) life intersected with Ted's (Josh Radnor) over the years.

The episode will feature her perspective on a times she and Ted almost crossed paths, so it's a good time to review them. Here are some of the moments you may see (again) in Monday's (Jan. 27) episode.

'Pilot' (Season 1, episode 1)

In 2030, a middle-aged Ted Mosby (voiced by Bob Saget) sits down to tell his two kids the story of how he met their mom. The episode ends with a swerve, as the opening story is all about how Ted met Robin (Cobie Smulders). The on-screen kids and the audience both blurt out, "What?!," and we begin the very long and very winding road toward Ted's future.

'Milk' (Season 1, episode 21)

Earlier in the season (in
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How I Met Your Mother Recap: Digging Up the Past

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How I Met Your Mother Recap: Digging Up the Past
A couple of weeks ago, I was pretty enthusiastic about the episode “The Time Travelers,” in which Ted found himself alone at McLaren’s facing a hard truth, which is that his friends have gotten older. They’ve moved on. The gang doesn’t hang out as much as they used to. And amid Ted’s nostalgia for one night in particular, an imaginary Barney says, “Ted, this moment is already gone.” I admit, I got a little choked up, so I felt like a dupe last night when Future Ted says, “Kids, you can’t cling to the past, because no matter how tightly you hold on, it’s already gone.”Wait a minute, writers: As much as I dig the sentiment, and have ever since Nate said something similar to Claire in the series finale of Six Feet Under, you trotted it out three episodes ago! I realize
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Review: 'How I Met Your Mother' - 'The Time Travelers'

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Review: 'How I Met Your Mother' - 'The Time Travelers'
A review of last night's "How I Met Your Mother" coming up just as soon as I DVR the news... I spent a good chunk of "The Time Travelers" feeling the same frustration I've had with much of this season. The jokes felt strained (Marshall using a falsetto to try to get out of the ladies room), or like watered-down versions of things "Himym" did much better back in the day (the entire time traveler gag was something used well, and sparingly, when Marshall visited his teenage self). Even the hints of darkness, like Ted realizing any relationship with Coat Check...
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How I Met Your Mother Review: It's a Dance Off

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This week on How I Met Your Mother, Robin and Marshall battled on the dance floor, while Ted took a long hard look at himself and his future.  

"The Time Travelers " was a mashup of Multiplicity, Shelter Island and A Christmas Carol that at times confused the Dickens out of me. Still, I thoroughly enjoyed the episode, despite doing the dog head tilt a few times. 

The revelation that the Minnesota Tidal Wave night happened five years ago was a sort of Sixth Sense moment, yet I was left a little confounded as to what to make of seeing all the "Ted people" Adding to the evening's twists and turns was guest star Jayma Mays.

Her performance as the two coat check girls was great. I loved the contrast between the smartly dressed version on the left and the one on the right wearing Ted's Wesleyan sweatshirt. I don't think she is the mother,
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R.I.P.D. Movie Preview

Weve all seen great zombie films. Most of us have seen zombie comedies. But what about zombie police departments Their job Help the dead to rest in peace of course. Director Schwentke brings this hilarious meeting of genres to life this summer with his newest film based on the Dark Horse comic miniseries by the same name. Not a horror movie but what zombie fan wouldnt get a snicker at the potential this one has to offer if it delivers. Theres good reason to believe it will. Schwentke directed the popular actioncomedy Red (2010) with Bruce Willis and Morgan Freeman. Hes also responsible for the much lauded The Time Travelers Wife (2009). The cast is first rate including comedy and drama superstar Jeff Bridges
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Freeze Frame: Backstage at Ghost's First Broadway Preview!

Ghost The Musical just began previews last night at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. Ghost The Musical is directed by Tony Award winner Matthew Warchus God of Carnage, The Norman Conquests, Boeing-Boeing and choreographed by Ashley Wallen The X Factor, Kylie Minogue. Ghost The Musical is created by a team of Grammy and Academy Award winners, with a brand-new original score by Dave Stewart half of the multi-Grammy Award winning Eurythmics and Glen Ballard Michael Jackson's Man In The Mirror, Alanis Morissettes Jagged Little Pill, with a book by Bruce Joel Rubin Ghost, Jacobs Ladder, The Time Travelers Wife, who has adapted his Academy Award winning original screenplay for the stage. This brand new score also includes the iconic song Unchained Melody, famously performed in the film by The Righteous Brothers.BroadwayWorld was there for the first preview, and brings you a photo preview of the big event below. Check back
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Ancient Aliens Land on H2 - Enter To Win an HD Camera & Garmin Watch

Ancient Aliens premiered on H2 on Friday, February 17, and we have a great prize pack for one lucky winner! The show takes a look at the various alien sightings and phenomenons from around the world and is a really sweet show.

The prize is valued at $340: H2 Branded HD Camera Garmin Watch Here is how to enter:

1. Answer the following question in the comments below. The more creative you are, the better.

What would you do if you made contact with aliens?

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Entries accepted until Thursday, March 1. One (1) winner will be selected by GeekTyrant editors.

Here is a description of the show:

Through ancient religious texts, personal sightings and exquisitely constructed wonders come the belief by some that ancient astronauts once inhabited our world among,
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Ancient Aliens Season 4 Premieres Tonight on H2

Have you seen the series on Ancient Aliens on History Channel’s H2? The fourth season premieres tonight, and if you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s a great time to start! We have the whole season lineup right here for you, and it includes Mayans, the pyramids, Da Vinci, and alien cover-ups!

Ancient Aliens – Season 4

Only on H2

Fridays at 10E/11P starting Feb. 17, 2012

Through ancient religious texts, personal sightings and exquisitely constructed wonders come the belief by some that ancient astronauts once inhabited our world among, and pre-dating the existence of, human beings and that they will indeed come again. In Season 4 of Ancient Aliens, H2 resumes the investigation of these curious marvels while questioning truth vs. phenomenon via 75 million years of the most credible alien evidence here on Earth as seen in a myriad of forms from biblical texts to massive stone ruins aligned in perfect Pythagorean sequence.
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Doctor Who: The Ark - DVD Review

The Doctor (William Hartnell), Steven (Peter Purves), and new companion Dodo (Jackie Lane), who is suffering from a cold, arrive in the Tardis some ten million years in the future on a giant spaceship carrying all the Earth's surviving plant, animal and human life (much of it miniaturized and in suspended animation) on a 700 year voyage to a new home on the planet Refusis II. The time travelers meet the stewards of the vessel, the mute one-eyed Monoids and their human minders. Dodo.s cold causes havoc since the Monoids and humans have no resistance and the trio is put on trial until the Doctor devises a treatment for the plague. The trio then re-boards the Tardis and takes
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Blu-Ray Review: ‘Robinson Crusoe on Mars’ Monkeys With Sci-Fi Genre

Chicago – A fascinating B-movie gem from 1964, “Robinson Crusoe on Mars” gives modern viewers an idea of what America’s collective imagination (concerning space travel) looked like during that brief moment in time. As an entertainment, it’s hokey and creaky beyond belief, but as a cinematic time capsule, it’s quite a trip.

The film begins with the most heartbreaking bait and switch in camp movie history. Two years before his success with “Batman,” Adam West shows up as an astronaut orbiting Mars. The deadpan earnestness of his performance is priceless right from the beginning, as he scolds a floating monkey with the line, “Listen Mona, this banana paste is meant for your survival only!” Sadly, the ship is soon forced to evacuate, killing off West and leaving only disgruntled monkey Mona and West’s crewmate, Kit, played by Paul Mantee. Seriously, it’s like being promised Keir Dullea and getting Gary Lockwood.
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Movie review 'Red' Bruce Willis Helen Mirren kick butt

Robert Schwentke's, ('The Time Travelers Wife'), new film 'Red', based on DC Comic's graphic novels by Warren Ellis and Cully Hamner, opens to theaters today and should be watched by all fans of Bruce Willis and especially Helen Mirren. Frank (Bruce Willis) is a former CIA 'black ops' agent who spends his retirement in his nice home doing mundane things. Frank's biggest excitement is when his retirement check arrives. He tears it up and then calls Sarah (Mary Louise Parker) at the center responsible for sending out payments. After reporting that his check...
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Red Movie Trailer - This Movie Looks Awesomely Entertaining

I gotta be honest... I was not expecting this movie to look so good. Especially since it comes from the director of films such as Flightplan and The Time Travelers Wife. Red looks freakin' awesome! From the trailer it seems like director Robert Schwentke has done a fantastic job adapting the Warren Ellis comic book, which, revolves around a group of retired CIA agents.

I had a smile on my face all the way through the trailer, this is going to be freakin' fun and entertaining film! I'm serious! Why would I lie to you? Check out the trailer below and see for yourself!


Frank, Joe, Marvin, and Victoria used to be the CIA’s top agents — but the secrets they know just made them the Agency’s top targets. Now framed for assassination, they must use all of their collective cunning, experience and teamwork to stay one step
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