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Mysterious Island (Encore Edition)

4 January 2016 3:43 PM, PST | Trailers from Hell | See recent Trailers from Hell news »

Fans that missed Twilight Time's initial Blu-ray release of Ray Harryhausen's Jules Verne spectacle get a second chance with this Encore Edition reissue. It includes an improved transfer and new extras, including an excellent audio commentary with Steven C. Smith, C. Courtney Joyner and Randall William Cook. The show still sends us, and Bernard Herrmann's powerful music score shakes the rafters. Mysterious Island Blu-ray Twilight Time 1961 / Color / 1:66 widescreen / 101 min. / Encoire Limited Edition / available at the Screen Archives Entertainment website; Street Date December 8, 2015 / 29.95 Starring Michael Craig, Michael Callan, Beth Rogan, Gary Merrill, Herbert Lom, Joan Greenwood, Percy Herbert. Cinematography Wilkie Cooper Special visual effects Ray Harryhausen Art Direction Bill Andrews Film Editor Frederick Wilson Original Music Bernard Herrmann Written by John Prebble, Daniel B. Ullman and Crane Wilbur from the novel by Jules Verne Produced by Charles H. Schneer Directed by Cy Endfield

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Matt Damon Reveals How He Achieved His Performance In The Martian

3 January 2016 12:02 PM, PST | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

Warning: spoilers for The Martian below   For a movie about a man stranded alone on the desolate surface of Mars, Ridley Scott.s The Martian managed to maintain an incredible sense of humor. Matt Damon brought an offbeat sensibility to Mark Watney that made the botanist/astronaut endlessly watchable, allowing us to laugh with the character even in his darkest moments. In the end it all felt more like Robinson Crusoe in space than Interstellar. That being said, the film does take some very serious turns at times, which required Damon to go to a darker and more somber place. According to Damon, Scott very much helped him achieve those moments.   Variety reports that during a recent screening of the film at the Palm Springs International Film Festival, Damon opened up regarding Ridley Scott.s somewhat unorthodox way of filming the film.s climactic scene in which Mark Watney launches »

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