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Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (353 Haiku Review) and Marina talk about a few movies we’ve seen over the last few weeks.
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:01 – Bumper
:04 – Opening Music: Lisa Nokav’s “Fade Away”
:27 – Introduction
5:11 – Star Trek
12:37 – Tyson
13:37 – Angels & Demons
17:27 – Adoration
20:05 – Terminator Salvation
23:42 – Drag Me to Hell
30:10 – Easy Virtue
31:47 – Closing remarks
38:14 – Closing Music: Lisa Nokav’s “Salvaged”
Star Trek Trailer
– Proof of Zachary Quinto’s hotness:
Angels & Demons Trailer
– Marina’s Review
Terminator Salvation Trailer
– Andrew’s Review
– Val’s Thoughts
Drag Me to Hell Trailer
Easy Virtue Trailer
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans Trailer
– Current Films: Alien Quadrilogy
– Upcoming Films: Natural Born Killers and Chopper
– Vancity Theater screening of The Thin Man
– Follow the Vancity theater on Twitter
– Follow the Pacific Cinémathèque on Twitter
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9 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 62 – You Don’t Know About the Lucky Crack Pipe?”
I second Colleen enthusiasm for The Ruling Class, I caught it on my ongoing effort to see all of the Criterion films and was dumbfounded by this… seriously there is nothing like it. Peter O'Toole thinking he is God, song and dance numbers, its nuts.
I could never figure out where Colleen came up with the electric messiah line – I'm looking forward to seeing it. Colleen's shiny Criterion disk is on my coffee table – will get to it this weekend!
I think the adjective 'batshit' was born from someone trying to explain what they just saw in The Ruling Class.
Oh wow. I'll have to find a good partner to go with it. Recommendations?
"If…" would work nicely
I second "If". Once you've seen it, you will know why Malcolm McDowell had to be in Clockwork Orange. Awesome.
mmmmm, "If…" is a favourite, you should complete the trilogy with O Lucky Man and Britannia Hospital if you go down the first chapter of Lindsay Anderson's 'life' trilogy. It was a great day when it came out on CRITERION and many could surrender their ratty VHS copies.
I'm currently sitting on the DVD of a Swedish film often compared to If… , 2003's "EVIL" whose director went on to make 1408. But we can forgive him for the latter.
The film quality is better than this trailer would suggest but it does get at the spirit of The Ruling Class without spoiling anything:
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Kurt – WATCH EVIL. It's AWESOME. I picked up a copy a little while back but haven't revisited it since I saw it at the festival a few years back. Actually, IF and EVIL might make a great double bill. Will have to search for If. It's on my zip list so I should bump it up a few notches.