In this unique and dynamic live concert experience, Louis C.K.'s exploration of life after 40 destroys politically correct images of modern life with thoughts we have all had...but would rarely admit to.
Researching a book that takes her to Bali and the black magic cult of Leák, Cathy meets an evil witch which promises to train her in the dark arts. Tricked, Cathy is turned into a ... See full summary »
H. Tjut Djalil
Ilona Agathe Bastian,
After escaping from an insane asylum, a young medical student takes on the identity of a dead man to discover the true identity of a man whose picture he saw in a newspaper--who is his ... See full summary »
In this satire on 70s B-movie industry, a young ditsy pretty blond arrives in Hollywood to try her luck as an actress. After some mishap, a shady agent finds her a job with a sleazy B-movie crew plagued by strange deadly accidents.
Not long ago (mere weeks ago, in fact), I found on YouTube a New York Public Access show, THE CINEFILES, wherein four New Yorkers- Edwin Samuelson, Eric Cohen, Jeff Gallashaw, and Michael Foltz- THOROUGHLY review movies Old and New. I've become addicted to the show to the extent that I'd like to suggest to them that they release their entire series on DVD. Anyone who's a die-hard movie fan can't miss this show- it's absolutely must-see. Even when I don't agree with them, their comments and their arguments for or against a particular film are compelling entertainment. THE CINEFILES are, to a man, the most ENTERTAINING critics I've ever seen. (And I would also suggest that the shows be transferred to DVD just as they are, with no edits to correct errors: these are, after all, Public Access shows and one of the things that I learned over the years is that ANYTHING can happen on a PA show...) I mention THE CINEFILES because Mr. Samuelson is one of the three narrators on the 42nd STREET FOREVER, V.3 commentary. It's always interesting to revisit some of these trailers, but far more fun to hear what the commentators have to say about them. The one gripe I have, having first been exposed to the in-depth insights of THE CINEFILES, is that there simply isn't enough TIME for the commentators to comment at length on the trailers. Maybe it'd be a good idea to have the commentators, a la THE CINEFILES, sit around a table and comment at length after each trailer is shown.
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