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(4/14/14)  
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4) DRAFT DAY - $9.75  5) DIVERGENT - $7.5
    

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Popcorn: With Rolling Stone's Peter Travers



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The Grindhouse / GullCottage Buried Treasure of the Week
Weekly Mini-Podcast: with Craig Jamison

   "DOWN & DIRTY RUTHLESS"
WITH WRITER / DIRECTOR / PRODUCER DALE LAUNER - PT.2

(74 min)



(more at THE GRINDHOUSE: With Craig & Jim)



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  Spring / 2014
SPOTLIGHTS



                                                                SPOTLIGHT - NO SPOILERS REVIEW:
                       IRON MAN 3 - "THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE
 UGLY ... OTHER"
                                                                                                                                                       by CEJ


    
IRON MAN 3 is a worldwide box office sensation.  Opening overseas with $200 million a week prior to it’s U.S. debut, the latest installment in Marvel's saga of arms manufacturer-turned-avenging-angel hero Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) walloped domestic box office with $175 million in ticket sales (the second highest opening ever behind it’s immediate predecessor, THE AVENGERS) for a $700 million week globally.  But does it live up to the hype?  A helluva cinematic ride, it scratches the action movie itch.  But in the wake of superlative comics adaptations like THE DARK KNIGHT trilogy, THE AVENGERS and the original IRON MAN, "a great ride" no longer necessarily makes for a great film - action, comic book or otherwise.



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                                                       SPOTLIGHT - MUSINGS AND RAMBLINGS:
                                                 "ARE THERE ANY N**GERS HERE TONIGHT?"
                                        QUENTIN, SPIKE, "DJANGO", AND THE CINEMATIC                                                  HISTORY OF THE ALMIGHTY "N" WORD - PT. 1
                                                                                                                       by CEJ



      
The most successful film of Quentin Tarantino's career, DJANGO UNCHAINED has taken a slew of international awards (including two Oscars) and worldwide box office in excess of $400 million.  It's also managed to be the most polarizing entry in the catalog of an already controversial director known for paying homage to his beloved 70s era blaxploitation films with liberal sprinklings of the "N" word throughout his scripts.  Coupled with the subject of America's slavery past, the Caucasian film maker has found himself the object of criticism (and physical threats) by some members of the black community while being praised by others. 


     The first half of our in-depth two-part examination of DJANGO UNCHAINED not only delves into the film's cinematic roots and inspiration (everything from "Spaghetti" Westerns to 70s era black sagebrush actioners like SOUL SOLDIER and BOSS NIGGER), but also takes a retrospective look at the history of controversial ethnic humor as social weapon (via Richard Pryor and Lenny Bruce), and the history of the black cinema movement, from groundbreaking silents of Oscar Micheaux to the classics of Gordon Parks and Melvin Van Peebles, up to the modern films of Spike Lee, Antoine Fuqua and more.  


                                
* This article contains language, film and audio which some may find objectionable


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                                                                    SPOTLIGHT - ARTICLES ARCHIVE:
                                                                20/20 FUTURE VISION: THE 20 BEST 
                                         
SCIENCE FICTION
FILMS OF THE PAST 20 YEARS




     To have the audacity to proclaim “The 20 Best Science Fiction Films Of The Past 20 Years” is a rather sweeping statement, we agree.  But hey, someone’s gotta do it.  It’s also a very subjective hedge of prickly thorns as, a) everyone has a varying opinion as to what defines “good” science fiction, and b) many amongst that same group of debaters have just as many passionate views as to what constitutes “science fiction” in the first place.  Nevertheless we submit for your approval this (hopefully) entertaining list.  We know everyone won’t be pleased with all our selections.  But we figure if you concur with half, then we’re doin' okay. 


     Wait till the the top 20 Sci Fi-ers of ALL TIME!




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                                     SHORT TERM MEMORY or "WHY THE WORLD'S BIGGEST BOND FAN WAS WASN'T AS THRILLED AS HE
SHOULD HAVE BEEN BY 'SKYFALL''S FIVE OSCAR NOMINATIONS"
by CEJ 

   
       Unanimously praised around the world as one of the best entries in the 50 year history of the Bond film franchise (and we agree!), SKYFALL also managed to become the all time highest grossing 007 epic ever, as well as the most critically acclaimed; making off with a panoply of international filmic awards, including five nominations (and two wins) from the Motion Picture Academy.  So just why then are we bothered by all that awards attention? 


     Perhaps the awards acknowledgement is indicative of a current industry trend wherein certain films - large or small / studio or independent / deserving or not - only receive that attention after having already achieved a degree of critical, financial and / or public awareness.   As such many well deserving films of high technical and artistic merit (including previous Bonds along with smaller fare such as BOYZ 'N THE HOOD)
fall between the cracks and are shut out by incorrectly preconceived notions ... as well as a little old fashioned cinema snobbery.  Take a look; you just may find yourself agreeing with our little theory. 


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SPOTLIGHT - ON THE DOWNBEAT:
JERRY GOLDSMITH & MICHAEL CRICHTON:
A MATCH FROM THE GODS IN CINEMA HEAVEN




      Film is replete with artistic “marriages” - among them, composer / director collaborations such as Bernard Herrmann / Alfred Hitchcock (PSYCHO, NORTH BY NORTHWEST) and John Williams / Steven Spielberg.  Odd though that, even among film and music aficionados, one of the most prolific of pairings is one of the least lauded - the seven time "hook up" of legendary composer Jerry Goldsmith (CHINATOWN, THE OMEN) with equally legendary novelist / director  MICHAEL CRICHTON on films as diverse as COMA, THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY, RUNAWAY and CONGO.  We seek to right that with a detailed retrospective (including music and film clips) of their numerous creative "mash-ups" beginning with 1972's TV movie PURSUIT and concluding with the ill fated TIMELINE (2003) - their final collaboration shortly before the passing of both men.


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SPOTLIGHT - CINEMATOGRAPHY / EDITING:
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY HASKELL WEXLER -
"WHO NEEDS SLEEP?" (2006)


     Most in the film business aren't rich superstars like those of "MTV Cribs", but rather electricians, set builders, etc. raising families, paying mortgages, and working hellishly long hard hours to do so.  A long proponent of fair on-set working conditions, Oscar winning cinematographer / documentarian Haskell Wexler (MEDIUM COOL,  ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST) was spurred to greater action upon the death of cameraman Brent Herschmann, who fell asleep at the wheel trying to make it home to his children after a 19 hr. shift on the film PLEASANTVILLE.   Wexler's 2006 WHO NEEDS SLEEP? features interviews with cinematographer / directors (incl. FIELD OF DREAMS' John Lindley and LETHAL WEAPON's Richard Donner) as well as commentary by Billy Crystal, Julia Roberts and others on the (still controversial) subject of safe industry conditions.  Watch it then ask, "When does the drive to be #1 become counterproductive?". 



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SPOTLIGHT - THE FILMMAKERS TALK:
IN DEFENSE OF GEORGE LUCAS? YOU BET!
 



    For many years the much lauded "wunderkind" of the movies, in recent days director / writer / producer / one-man-cinema-tech-industry-guru George Lucas (the STAR WARS and INDIANA JONES films, AMERICAN GRAFFITTI) has found himself the whipping boy of both a disgruntled fan base and film pundits for everything from the re-jiggering of the STAR WARS franchise, to harsh comments he's shot back at disapproving fans (who's own comments were perhaps a bit too harsh to begin with).  While perhaps deserving some of the flack for a certain degree of creative "playing it safe", we feel Lucas' record of "hits and misses" (and even lapses into "creative laziness") is no better or worse than other one-man-genres such as Oliver Stone, Spike Lee, or even Hitchcock or Preminger.  While his recent RED TAILS (a fictitious WW2 action/drama based on the true life story of America's first black fighter pilots) wasn't well received, we feel it signals a desire to shift gears into a more personal brand of film making.  You may agree or disagree.  But at the very least we find it only fair to add a few more bricks to the other side of the "Lucas bashing scale" to even things out a bit.  Includes interview footage / TV appearances.    




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                                                SPOTLIGHT - THE FILMMAKERS TALK:
        "WATCH THE SKIES - SCIENCE FICTION, THE 1950s, AND US" (2005)




     Film critic, journalist, cinema historian & documentarian Richard Schickel queries four of the most successful genre film makers in history (Steven Spielberg - E.T., JURASSIC PARK;  Ridley Scott - ALIEN, BLADE RUNNER; George Lucas - the STAR WARS sextet; and James Cameron - THE TERMINATOR, AVATAR) as to how a handful of classic science fiction films influenced them from childhood into their present day work.  And not high brow epics like 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY, mind you, but rather humble 1950s-era Saturday matinee / drive-in movie fodder such as THEM!, FORBIDDEN PLANET, THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING MAN, INVADERS FROM MARS, DESTINATION MOON, ROCKETSHIP X-M and more.  Fire up the popcorn, kick back for an hour and enjoy a grand ride through film history for fanboys and general buffs alike.

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SPOTLIGHT - TUNEPLAY:
JAZZ IN FILM - STANLEY CLARKE AND "PASSENGER 57":
FULL THROTTLE FUNK FLIGHT

    Jazz in film is nothing new.  When Alex North first incorporated “America’s musical art form” into the fabric of 1951’s A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE it was the “shot heard ‘round the world” lifting the movie score out of  European classicism into the contemporary, blue collar (and to some) “profane” hands of that distinct  improv medium with roots in southern blues/folk.  The 1960s - 70S would be the heyday of "jazz film scores" (MAN WITH THE GOLDEN ARM, MISSION: IMPOSSIBE, DIRTY HARRY, 3 DAYS OF THE CONDOR).  Then in the 2000s many would pay homage (the Soderberg OCEAN'S film series).  But few bonafied Jazz Masters would continue to regularly leap from film to jazz and back - composer/bassist Stanley Clarke at the forefront.



     A child prodigy who'd bring a new-aged urban groove to the musical genre - performing with groups such as Chick Corea's Return to Forever, and with a series of Clarke / Duke Project lps, throughout the 1970s - 80s, Clarke would impressively invade the film world with his hybrid orchestra and/or jazz-funk fusion sound on projects as varied as TV's Pee Wee's Playhouse, Murder She Wrote, and Everybody Hates Chris, to big screen efforts such as BOYZ 'N THE HOOD, LITTLE BIG LEAGUE, THE TRANSPORTER, and our personal favorite of his - PASSENGER 57.  Take a "flight on the wild side" with a 20 min. suite of orchestral/funk grooves from PASSENGER, followed by other Jazz/Film scores such as Dave Grusin's THE FIRM (1993) and James Newton Howard's GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (1992).

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SPOTLIGHT: GALLERIES:
MORPHEUS INCOGNITO: ARTIST WAYNE BARLOWE
AND HIS INFLUENCE ON THE MODERN FILM


     "Really good drugs or a really bad childhood?".  Any creative individual who’s produced but one thing remotely construed as “dark”, has heard it; ... and few more than Wayne Barlowe.  World renowned for his elegant, lush (and yes! disturbing) series of "Hell World" paintings, Barlowe's imagination has not only for the past 20 years seized the imaginations of the art world, but that of film.  He's directly contributed to the concept designs of hits such as HELLBOY 2, BLADE 2, TITAN A.E., the HARRY POTTER series, and AVATAR.  But the "Barlowe aesthetic" has also been of great influence on PAN'S LABYRINTH, THE LORD OF THE RINGS, PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN and many more.  Join us on a fascinating one of a kind trip through "Barlowe's Inferno" - a gallery collection of over two dozen of his most acclaimed original paintings and just as many film images inspired by them.  

Also enjoy the mini-doc presentation "AN INTERVIEW WITH WAYNE BARLOWE"
     
 


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SPOTLIGHT -
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Spring / 2014
                                                                          
ONLINE MAGAZINE
 
THE REPORT :

JOURNALISTIC OPINIONS ON
THE CURRENT INDUSTRY STATE OF THE ART


* ANNE MARGARET DANIEL'S
DOUBLE TAKE ON FITZGERALD, HOLLYWOOD, AND "GATSBY"
THEN & NOW
:

     Baz Luhrmann's period fusion rendition of Fitzgerald's THE GREAT GATSBY has those who've never read it flocking to bookstores and libraries (remember those?), and purist fans holding bated breath.  Fitzgerald biographer Anne Margaret Daniel offers TWO in depth examinations of Fitzgerald's love / hate relationship with Hollywood: "Writing For The Movies" - which delves into the author's brief career flirtation as a screenwriter, and  "What Did Fitzgerald Think of THE GREAT GATSBY Movie of 1926?"

  
ZACH BRAFF'S "KICKSTARTER" CONTROVERSY RAGES ON:

     In the wake of both VERONICA MARS: THE MOVIE and Zach Braff's WISH I WAS HERE securing record budgetary pledges via Kickstarter, many Independent film makers and struggling artists who rely upon the "crowd funding" website are crying "Foul!". 


LEONARD MALTIN'S "OFF HOLLYWOOD" :

    The respected film critic offers his opinions as to the best films of 2013 thus far.
                                                      


                                   
BY THE BOOK! / BUY THE BOOK? - REVIEWS:
                          
"OLD WORLD POLITICS, NEW WORLD PROPHECY -
                          UNDERSTANDING DAVID LYNCH’S INLAND EMPIRE"


     
    
Books (as well as documentaries or features) purporting to “reveal”, “explain” or “decipher” the meaning of another, engage in tricky business, as often a “nebulus” narrative (in film for example) will be intentionally so, deliberately leaving “space” wherein each member of the audience can “fill in the blanks” with material from the stewing soup of their own subconscious.  Then ... there are the later day "non-linear narrative" films of David Lynch - LOST HIGHWAY (1997), MULHOLLAND DRIVE (2001) and INLAND EMPIRE (2006).  Deliberately cryptic and symbolic, cineastes have debated their meaning for years. 

      We inaugurate our "BUY THE BOOK! BUY THE BOOK?" review section with a look at Michael T. Lidstone's 2010 e-book OLD WORLD POLITICS, NEW WORLD PROPHECY - UNDERSTANDING DAVID LYNCH'S INLAND EMPIRE.  As a bonus afterward we present the author's personal comments regarding our review.  Check it out then inaugurate your own discussion on our Facebook page.  
 
                                                                                                                            
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THE FILMMAKERS TALK - SERIES:
INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO, LIFE AFTER FILM SCHOOL,
POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS

     For film students and casual buffs alike, check out our growing catalog of cinema-centric TV / web interview series streamed to your laptop, desktop or portable device. Enjoy Bravo's ever popular INSIDE THE ACTORS STUDIO (now entering it's 18th year!), Fox Movie Channel's wonderfully candid LIFE AFTER FILM SCHOOL (wherein current film school students query working directors, writers, producers, and actors on the "realities of the film industry vs. textbook expectations), and POST MORTEM WITH MICK GARRIS - with screenwriter/director/ producer/TV show runner Mick Garris (THE STAND, MASTERS OF HORROR) sitting down to "chit chat" with contemporary legends of the horror genre including Wes Craven, Robert Englund, Frank Darabont, Rob Zombie and others. New episodes added regularly.
 
      *Includes video interview footage



THE INHERENT POWER OF GENRE: PT 4 -
"AND THE BAND PLAYED ON": BABY BOOMER ANGST,
THE 1970s, AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF THE GENRE FILM



      If the 1960s was the adolescence of America's short history, then the 1970s surely saw it's maturation. The Baby Boomers had come of age, had children of their own, and evolved into the family heads and political and  corporate leadership they'd protested the previous decade.   Filled with guilt over a youth filled with excess and a fear over the present state of government and the eroding environment, their collective subconscious (abetted by the crash of the film industry "studio system" and the rise of a new breed of gritty New Age filmmaker) would find ventilation in a series of gritty horror classics concerning the internal dysfunction of the American family (ROSEMARY'S BABY, THE EXORCIST, CARRIE) and an equally stark and harrowing run of dystopian sci fiers (ROLLERBALL, LOGAN'S RUN, SOYLENT GREEN) asking not only whether this was a world in which one would want to bring a child, but rather within a few years "Would there even be a world to bring that child into?".     
        
      *Includes music selections, video interview footage,
    and theatrical trailers


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 Spring / 2014
FILMS

  THE EVIL DEAD (1981)





      While the phrase "like a bat outta hell!" was coined over one hundred years ago, one suspects it was done so by a shaman or soothsayer who'd glanced into the future and caught a "sneak peek advanced screening" of an experimental 1981 low budget horror "opus" called THE EVIL DEAD.  Produced and filmed by a neophyte Michigan film maker - aided and abetted by a group of friends on (and with) an almost literal shoestring, the "little movie that could" (about a of group of Spring breakers who unwittingly unleash a cabal of demons into the secluded woods) would go on to make it's debut at the Cannes Film Festival where it would manage to impress and scare the livin' hell out of horror legend Stephen King.   It would become a worldwide financial success as well as the first "multi-platform" film release.  It would evolve into a bonafied franchise, spawning two popular and critically acclaimed sequels, a line of video games, a series of comic books, and a much anticipated 2013 remake.  It would go down in history as one of the most popular cult films of all time ... .   And oh yes, it would also launch the careers of writer / director Sam Raimi (DARKMAN, the original SPIDER-MAN trilogy, OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL), actor Bruce Campbell (THE ADVENTURES OF BRISCO COUNTRY JR., BUBBA HO-TEP, CARS 2), and even those ever ubiquitous Coen Bros. - Joel & Ethan.

     Before you head out to see the remake / reboot by Fede Alvarez - which was produced by Raimi and Campbell, by the way! - check out (or reacquaint yourself with) the original 1981 classic: a living cinematic fever dream if there ever was one!  





BURIED TREASURES:
"WOLFEN": LEADING THE PACK AS
THE FIRST, BEST, AND ONLY TRUE
POLITICAL THRILLER



      The only narrative fiction film from documentary director Michael Wadleigh (WOODSTOCK),  WOLFEN roared from cinema screens in the summer of 1981, seized the jugular of a nation in the midst of a conservative political turn, and reminded it that, even as the economy appeared to be in an upswing, there were still many falling through the cracks and now being used as stepping stones for a smaller percentage of the privileged. 


     A clever "mash-up" of CSI police procedural and "jump out of your seat" horror,
WOLFEN follows the investigation of NYPD Homicide Detective Dewey Wilson (Albert Finney) as he attempts to unravel the mystery behind the slasher murder (perpetrated by man or supernatural animal / man being?) of a Donald Trump-esque real estate magnate - a killing with terrorist ramifications for the entire (pre 9/11) city of New York.  C
ouching it's treatise in an historical reminiscence of controversial U.S. / Native American relations, Wadleigh's film would find itself at the center of a media debate concerning it's "leftist" message as well as end up a chess piece in the immediate financial future of the recently minted (and in need of a hit) Orion Pictures film studio. 


     
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   "A PRAYER FOR THE DYING" -
TROUBLE DEPICTING "THE TROUBLES"



      Cinema darling or box office bomb? To which category a film finds itself relegated over the years can often be less a matter of it’s quality as much as timing.  2001: A SPACE ODYESSY, Disney’s FANTASIA, and BLADE RUNNER (all financial and critical failures during their initial runs) are proof.  Such was (is) the case with Mike Hodges’ 1987 thriller A PRAYER FOR THE DYING.  While perhaps not in the same “classics” category as “2001 / FANTASIA”, it’s cinematic cred has increased over the last 25 years, going from a film so under-appreciated it was originally disowned by it’s director and star, to a gem now seen as a fulcrum shift point which would make it acceptable for future films to address controversial political ideas within the context of a rip-roaring pulp thriller.  Later smashes such as the Tom Clancy adaptations (PATRIOT GAMES, etc.) are in it’s debt.

     DYING starred the trio of Mickey Rourke (at the apex of his 1980's career), Bob Hoskins, and the legendary Alan Bates in the story of an IRA hit man fed up with “the life of violence” and seeking to quit - the ramifications of which affect many including a reform minded parish priest at odds with the local mob boss.  Join us as we take an intriguing journey into the making of this one-of-a-kind film which to this day still raises heated debate among it's fans and just as many detractors. 

    
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Spring / 2014
LIBRARY SHELVES


MORE INTERACTIVE ARTICLES, DOWNLOADABLE VIDEO/AUDIO PROFILES, INTERVIEWS AND LINKS, INCL ...




* THE ACTORS TALK: In a series of roundtable-style discussion / interviews, the most acclaimed performers of the day candidly "drop dime" on the ups, downs, demands and craft of their profession.  Incl. THR's 2011 Awards Season Roundtable. New material added regularly ... (go) 





*
In THE DOWNBEAT IN CONCERT, Nic Raine and The City of Prague Philharmonic present a new rendition of Poledouris' CONAN THE DESTROYER; Mark Snow leads a tribute performance of Goldsmith's STAR TREK: THE MOTION PICTURE; Morricone conducts orchestra & choir:THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY ... (go)  






* Costume Designer Leesa Evans (STIR OF ECHOES, GET HIM     TO THE GREEK) discusses dressing six very different characters for humor in BRIDESMAIDS (2011) ... (go)





* New screenplay downloads available - pdf format:
TRUE GRIT
(2010), TINKER TAILOR SOLDIER SPY (2011), JANE EYRE (2011), PUBLIC ENEMIES (2009),
ALICE IN WONDERLAND (2010), more ... (go)  
        






* "TIMEWASTERS" - FESTIVAL OF SHORT FILMS:
 ON THE FUNNY - humorous shorts incl. "100 GREATEST MOVIE INSULTS OF ALL TIME" compilation, and more ...
ON THE FRINGE - important shorts from influential filmmakers incl.
Andrew Thomas Huang's 2012 Slamdance Award Winner,
SOLIPSIST...
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And much more ...


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