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Saturday December 10, 2016

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Savant's new reviews today are:

Olive Films

 Good neighbor policy? Wartime exigencies inspired an intra-hemisphere cultural exchange, with the movies seizing on the new popularity of Latin music. Republic's contribution gives us the great songs of Ary Barroso and a full soundtrack of his compositions -- in a featherweight musical romance, of course. Starring Tito Guízar and Virginia Bruce, with Edward Everett Horton and Aurora Miranda, the talented younger sister of the more famous Carmen. On Blu-ray from Olive Films.

The House on 92nd Street
KL Studio Classics

 Just what is the dreaded 'Process 97'?  Henry Hathaway's exciting docu-drama combines newsreel 'reality' with a true espionage story from the files of the F.B.I., creating a thriller about spies and atom secrets that dazzled the film-going public. But how much of it was true, and how much invented? William Eythe, Signe Hasso and Lloyd Nolan star. Actual F.B.I. surveillance footage gives the entire show a feeling of authenticity. Eddie Muller's excellent audio commentary tempers that assessment somewhat. On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.


Short Cuts
The Criterion Collection

 After almost a full decade of flops, success in the '90s gave Robert Altman the opportunity to experiment once again. Several short stories by Raymond Carver interlock in a mosaic of Los Angeles populated by scores of actors in ensemble mode. Clocking in at three hours, Altman's epic has all the time and space it needs. It's the culmination of his 'big picture - big cast' epic style. A two-disc set, on Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.


Lots of news and opinion flack here at Savant on a cool Friday in Los Angeles.

The Warner Archive is smacking us with four choice Blu-ray titles in January: Coming in January, Battleground (the 10th), Bad Day at Black Rock (the 17th), Wait Until Dark (the 24th) and Bells are Ringing (the 31st). That's a great slice of titles from the library -- Bad Day at Black Rock was one of the earliest Criterion releases to spring letterboxed widescreen on the home video public back in the late 1980s. I'm hoping this is a new one-a-week policy, as this sampler is a great selection -- the widescreen Bells are Ringing will benefit from the extra resolution, and I can't wait to hear the jarring soundtrack for Wait Until Dark in Blu-ray audio quality.

Joe Baltake over at The Passionate Moviegoer has some bones to pick with this week's 'live musical theater' network TV presentation of Hairspray. The L.A. Times printed rave coverage for it this morning, so I'm looking forward to comparing the two viewpoints. Joe knows his musicals.

I was lucky that correspondent Lee Kaplan tipped me off to this hilarious YouTube special effects political short subject that has already made the rounds of millions of viewers. So hang onto your hats and see the (sort of) Spanish language M.A.M.O.N.. Anybody remember the 'ridiculous' old protest movie Mister Freedom? It's in the same vein.   ¡Que viva México!

Correspondent Gary Teetzel was able to attend the Cinematheque Aero's screening of the 3-D Film Archive's newest restoration, the one I tipped L.A. adjacent residents to a week or so ago. Here's his report, which contains a LOT of good news for fans of vintage 3-D:

"Was at the Aero tonight for the premiere of the 3-D Film Archive's presentation of September Storm, a rare CinemaScope / 3-D feature from 1960. The restoration is excellent. Color, sharpness and 3-D convergence are all as good as could be hoped for coming from a pair of old, faded I.N.'s, and pretty much every scratch and bit of dirt has been cleaned up. The Kickstarter backers (I saw your name in the restoration credits, Craig!) should be very pleased.

During the Q & A afterward, Bob Furmanek confirmed that the 3-D Film Archive will be working with Kino on most of the Paramount 3-D titles. In addition to the already-announced Those Redheads from Seattle they'll be doing Jivaro, Sangaree, Cease Fire, Flight to Tangier and -- hooray! -- William Cameron Menzies' horror opus for Allied Artists, The Maze. WIth those titles, plus Mad Magician and Gun Fury from Twilight Time, nearly a third of the 1950's 3-D features will be available on Blu-ray. -- Gary"

And finally, this link is to Marc Edward Heuck's program notes for a New Beverly Cinema Christmas screening of the 1978 Yuletide-set Canadian thriller The Silent Partner, with Elliot Gould, Christopher Plummer and Susannah York (plus John Candy!). It's being presented in a wild double bill with the equally Christmas-themed and equally wonderful violent thriller Die Hard. I reviewed Daryl Duke's The Silent Partner way back when, (here, actually) and it's terrific -- the screenplay is by the late lamented Curtis Hanson. Marc has dazzled me for twenty years now with his encip -encyclosp -- really big knowledge of films. My review is opinion, but Marc offers detail I've never read before. He's the go-to guy for finding out where to get a print of this-or-that rare item, and really ought to be running somebody's film library or consulting on the payroll of studios and film festivals. Anyway, he's the man for this sort of thing, hands down.

Thanks for reading! --- Glenn Erickson

Tuesday December 6, 2016

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Savant's new reviews today are:

The Exterminating Angel
The Criterion Collection

 El Ángel Exterminador. Luis Buñuel really knows how to disturb people. This, his most characteristic surreal drama proposes an impossible, irrational situation - which isn't all that different from the contradictory social reality we already know. Petty social rules, jealousies and bitterness make life hell for group of dinner guests stuck with each other, caught in an existential trap. And will somebody explain the sheep and the bear? The extras include a feature-length documentary on the quixotic director. On Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.

Bad Girl
KL Studio Classics

 All sing the praises of Frank Borzage, a gentle director fully committed to the idea of romance in an imperfect world. Sally Eilers and James Dunn make a go of marriage, despite their personal flaws and difficulties with communication. It's hard to believe that films of this vintage portray such sensitive behaviors -- the show feels almost contemporary. And note the racy poster art, with its upscale lovers -- nothing like that appears in the movie. More Fox pre-Code, please! On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.


Pretty Poison
Twilight Time

 Psycho launched a thousand twisted sickos and pathological relationships in films, but none can best Noel Black's fascinating, funny romance between a newly-released arsonist and a fetching high schooler, hungry for freedom and lacking a moral compass. The pairing of Anthony Perkins and Tuesday Weld is inspired. With John Randolph, Beverly Garland and Dick O'Neil. Today Perkins' industrial saboteur would be hailed as an anti-pollution activist. On Blu-ray from Twilight Time.


Christmas and the other holidays approach, and Savant is hunkered down trying to get a stack of TCM work done. I have patched together a temp list of discs for this year's Savant 'Best of' article, which I promise will be as eye-rollingly unpredictable as in years past.

The good news is that a handful of valued correspondents and collaborators are drifting into town in the next couple of weeks; I'll try to report if and when I make contact. This was a rough year for losing old friends and loved ones, so my New Years' resolution is to maintain at least a vestige of a social life. I've also been offered many screening opportunities that I haven't been able to take advantage of... with vendors, disc producers and technical-expert acquaintances in town with their special 3-D and Cinerama showings. That's why I try to point out the screenings to any and all in the Los Angeles area. When I peek online, so many of my fellow film writers seem to be attending (or hosting) screenings several times a week. I don't think I could take the strain!

Both DVDtalk and Trailers from Hell have been great to DVD Savant this last year. World Cinema Paradise is always ready to help out, and I'm grateful. I believe that the cross-pollination between those sites has upped my readership. I know I require a certain kind of reader, but I've found that a lot of mine are pretty faithful, at least judging by the responses on Facebook, which I'm finally using with some consistency. For those of you who use the Savant Review Index, be aware that I haven't been able to update its three pages since September of 2015. It has almost 400 newer reviews by now. If you know you've seen a review but can't find it, please ask -- I'll look it up.

Thanks for all the encouragement and personal support, and your interest in the new quote-driven 'comment' link photos at the top of the bi-weekly column. They still link to older reviews of interest. To misquote Jonathan Demme, La lucha continua.

Thanks for reading! --- Glenn Erickson

Sudden Fear
 Joan Crawford executive-produced and controls every aspect of this glamorous, Oscar nominated noir about a murderous marriage double-cross. Good acting enlivens a by-the-book, gimmick-laden plot, with every moment designed to flatter the star. With Jack Palance and Gloria Grahame are in great form; the disc is a welcome restoration. A full commentary by Jeremy Arnold. On Blu-ray from Cohen Film Collection.

Cry of the City
 Robert Siodmak's superb noir classic pits two graduates of Little Italy against one other: a crook who can deceive relatives and seduce strangers into helping him, and the cop who wants to put him out of business. Starring the great Richard Conte, with Victor Mature in what might be his best role. Also terrific performances from Debra Paget, Berry Kroeger, Betty Garde and Mimi Aguglia, and the great Hope Emerson. On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

Pete's Dragon
  Does anybody still care about great movies for small children? If so, here's a good one. It's neither an outright musical nor a comedy but this big furry green remake is great for sensitive small fry -- plenty of heart and not too violent. The fantastic dragon Elliot is the kind of playmate every lonely kid wants. The discovery of a feral child in logging country leads a forest ranger and her family to realize that a legendary magical dragon is real. It's better than a remake: a smart and thoughtful re-think, tailored for small kids. A Dual-Format edition on Blu-ray and DVD from Walt Disney Studios.

The Asphalt Jungle
 John Huston's primal heist film is an almost perfect movie, with a score of unforgettable characterizations. A solid crime noir, it concerns itself with the human ironies in the 'left handed form of human endeavor.' It's got Sterling Hayden's thug, Sam Jaffe's mastermind, Louis Calhern's playboy double-crosser, and is also the breakout picture for Marilyn Monroe. City grime is all over every aspect of the picture, but screenwriter Ben Maddow opts for a tragic conclusion on green grass under an open sky. With Jean Hagen, James Whitmore, Marc Lawrence -- all perfect. Criterion's extras include a two hour documentary with Sterling Hayden. On Blu-ray from The Warner Archive Collection.

The Undying Monster
 Fox's first official monster movie is a terrific-looking but mostly flat mystery that seems to be trying its utmost not to be a horror film at all. It's a head scratcher that will interest fans of the expressive John Brahm, and help completists check another werewolf film off their gotta-see lists. James Ellison and Heather Angel star, but the film's attraction is the impressive studio sets and the beautiful work of the lighting cameraman Lucien Ballard. On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

The Quiet Earth
 Remember the warning to avoid 'crossing the streams' in Ghostbusters? Director Geoff Murphy enjoyed a world-wide release for this eerie sci-fi fantasy about a scientist who becomes unstuck in time-space, alone in an empty world. A last-man-on-Earth tale turns into yet another doomsday romantic triangle before opting for a bizarre cosmic finale. Bruno Lawrence delivers a powerful performance, trying to undo the effects of a wild experiment. With a commentary offering the thoughts of Neil deGrasse Tyson. On Blu-ray from Film Movement Classics.

Moby Dick
  I have a back file of reader notes asking for a Blu-ray for John Huston's Moby Dick, and more pointedly, wondering what will be done with its strange color scheme. I wasn't expecting miracles, but this new Twilight Time disc should make the purists happy -- it has approximated the film's original, heavily muted color scheme. Seen widescreen in such a good scan, Huston's epic merits new appreciation, as do Richard Basehart, Leo Genn and the unfairly maligned Gregory Peck. I'm still impressed with the special miniature and monster effects in this great picture -- as well as the music! On Blu-ray from Twilight Time.

 Can an old-fashioned monster movie still work in the 1980s? The dedicated cast of this overachieving chiller takes a story of Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers in directions most punk-era horrors do not. John Heard, Daniel Stern, Christopher Curry and Kim Greist are Manhattanites dealing with slimy horrors sneaking up through their basements and creeping out of manhole covers on the streets of Soho. Arrow gives us both the theatrical and 'integral' versions, along with a stack of extras. On Blu-ray from Arrow U.S..

November 2016
 The Boston Strangler  Blu-ray  One of Our Aircraft is Missing  Blu-ray  Cinerama's Russian Adventure  Blu-ray  Akira Kurosawa's Dreams  Blu-ray  J'accuse (1938)  Blu-ray  The Magic Box: Project Shirley Volume 4  Blu-ray  Rabid  Blu-ray  Hell or High Water  Blu-ray + DVD  Runaway Train  Blu-ray  Boomerang!  Blu-ray  One-Eyed Jacks  Blu-ray  Time After Time  Blu-ray  The Killing of America  Blu-ray  It's Always Fair Weather  Blu-ray  Lone Wolf and Cub  Blu-ray  Daisy Kenyon  Blu-ray  Private Property  Blu-ray + DVD  Strike Me Pink  DVD  The T.A.M.I. Show &  The Big T.N.T. Show  Blu-ray  The Sea of Trees  Blu-ray  Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte  Blu-ray  Western Union  Blu-ray  John Carpenter's The Thing  Blu-ray
October 2016
 The Chase (1966)  Blu-ray  I Wake Up Screaming  Blu-ray  Little Fauss and Big Halsy  Blu-ray  The Executioner  Blu-ray  The Return of Dracula  Blu-ray  Eye of the Needle  Blu-ray  The Hills Have Eyes  Blu-ray  McCabe and Mrs. Miller  Blu-ray  Boy on a Dolphin  Blu-ray  Strategic Air Command  Blu-ray  The Laughing Policeman  Blu-ray  Five Days One Summer  DVD  Dekalog  Blu-ray  Violent Cop  Blu-ray  Ghostbusters (2016)  Blu-ray  The Legend of Tarzan  3-D Blu-ray  It Came from Outer Space  3-D Blu-ray  On Dangerous Ground  Blu-ray  Suddenly  Blu-ray  Vamp  Blu-ray  Face to Face  Blu-ray  Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia  Blu-ray  Fury (1936)  DVD  High Noon Olive Signature  Blu-ray  Body Snatchers  Blu-ray
September 2016
 The Earth Dies Screaming  Blu-ray  Valley of the Dolls  Blu-ray  The Human Condition  Blu-ray  Canadian Pacific  Blu-ray  Stakeout on Dope Street  DVD  Twin Peaks The Original Series, Fire Walk with Me & The Missing Pieces  Blu-ray  Patterns  Blu-ray  Free State of Jones  Blu-ray  Johnny Guitar Widescreen Olive Signature  Blu-ray  The People v. O.J. Simpson  Blu-ray  Blood Simple  Blu-ray  Aliens  Blu-ray  La moglie più bella  Blu-ray  Comanche Station  Blu-ray  Dr. Mabuse the Gambler  Blu-ray  The Horrible Dr. Hichcock  Blu-ray  The Monster of Piedras Blancas  Blu-ray  Night Train to Munich  Blu-ray  Once Were Warriors  Blu-ray  Hammer Films Double Feature: The Revenge of Frankenstein, The Curse of the Mummy's Tomb  Blu-ray  Hammer Films Double Feature: The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll, The Gorgon  Blu-ray  The Glory Guys  Blu-ray  Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil  Blu-ray  Deadline U.S.A.  Blu-ray  Hardcore  Blu-ray  Cat People  Blu-ray
August 2016
 Fixed Bayonets!  Blu-ray  Tony Rome / Lady in Cement  Blu-ray  American Ninja 3 Blood Hunt  Blu-ray  Chimes at Midnight  Blu-ray  Tab Hunter Confidential  Blu-ray  The Pride and the Passion  Blu-ray  The Ox-Bow Incident  Blu-ray  Wild in the Streets  Blu-ray  The Immortal Story  Blu-ray  Tale of Tales  Blu-ray  Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon  Blu-ray  Love Me or Leave Me  Blu-ray  A Taste of Honey  Blu-ray  Road House (1948)  Blu-ray  Microwave Massacre  Blu-ray  The Spiders (1919)  Blu-ray  Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words  Blu-ray  Chandu the Magician  Blu-ray  These Three  DVD  Woman in the Dunes  Blu-ray  Destiny  Blu-ray  Pioneers of African-American Cinema  Blu-ray  Betrayed  Blu-ray  A Touch of Zen  Blu-ray  Cat on a Hot Tin Roof  Blu-ray  The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension  Blu-ray
July 2016
 Muriel, or The Time Of Return  Blu-ray  The Gang's All Here  Blu-ray  Modesty Blaise  Blu-ray  'Neath Arizona Skies  Blu-ray  Miss Sadie Thompson 3-D  3-D Blu-ray  Crimes of Passion  Blu-ray  Mill of the Stone Women  Region B Blu-ray  Gun the Man Down  Blu-ray  Silk Stockings  Blu-ray  3 Bad Men  Blu-ray  Night and Fog  Blu-ray  Scott of the Antarctic  Region B Blu-ray  To Have and Have Not  Blu-ray  Carnival of Souls  Blu-ray  With the Ghouls in Lawrence, Kansas Article by guest contributor Bill Shaffer  Inserts  Blu-ray  Invisible Invaders  Blu-ray  The Daughter of Dawn  Blu-ray  Blood and Black Lace  Blu-ray  The Taking of Pelham One Two Three  Blu-ray
June 2016
 99 River Street  Blu-ray  The In-Laws  Blu-ray  Ray Harryhausen: Special Effects Titan  Blu-ray  The Panic in Needle Park  Blu-ray  The Ninth Configuration  Region B Blu-ray  Forbidden Hollywood Volume 10: Guilty Hands, The Mouthpiece, Secrets of the French Police, The Match King, Ever in My Heart  DVD  Appointment with Crime  Blu-ray  Night Will Fall  DVD  The Hound of the Baskervilles  Blu-ray  Fantastic Planet  Blu-ray  Rollercoaster  Blu-ray  La Chienne  Blu-ray  Gold  Blu-ray  The Magnetic Monster  Blu-ray  Shield for Murder  Blu-ray  They Were Expendable  Blu-ray  Doctor Strangelove  Blu-ray  The Wave  Blu-ray  Hello, My Name is Doris  Blu-ray  Here Comes Mr. Jordan  Blu-ray  Le Amiche  Blu-ray  She Wore a Yellow Ribbon  Blu-ray  Antonia's Line  Blu-ray  The Whip Hand  DVD
May 2016
 The Angry Hills  Blu-ray  City of Women  Blu-ray  The Player  Blu-ray  Cat Ballou  Blu-ray  Hail, Caesar!  Blu-ray + DVD  Dark Passage  Blu-ray  Journey to Space  4K Ultra-HD, Blu-ray + 3-D Blu-ray  Blood Bath  Blu-ray  Woman on the Run  Blu-ray + DVD  The King and Four Queens  Blu-ray  Too Late for Tears  Blu-ray + DVD  La fièvre monte à El Pao  Blu-ray + DVD  Buster Keaton: The Shorts Collection 1917-1923  Blu-ray  Eureka  Blu-ray  The VVitch: A New-England Folktale  Blu-ray  Wim Wenders: The Road Trilogy : Alice in the Cities, Wrong Move, Kings of the Road  Blu-ray  Edge of Doom  DVD  The Private Affairs of Bel Ami  Blu-ray  Garden of Evil  Blu-ray  That's Sexploitation!  Blu-ray  The Naked Island  Blu-ray  A Married Woman  Blu-ray  Cinema's Exiles: From Hitler to Hollywood  DVD  The Chase (1946)  Blu-ray  Mustang  Blu-ray  Roman Polanski's What?  Blu-ray  A Kiss Before Dying  Blu-ray  Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?  Blu-ray  Phoenix  Blu-ray  Candy  Blu-ray
April 2016
 In a Lonely Place  Blu-ray  Janis: Little Girl Blue  DVD  Where to Invade Next  Blu-ray  Julia  Blu-ray   Theory of Obscurity: A Film About the Residents  Blu-ray  Dead Pigeon on Beethoven Street  Blu-ray  When You're Older Dear Adam  DVD  Berlin Around the Corner  DVD  In the French Style  Blu-ray  Three Brothers  Region B Blu-ray + DVD  The Second Civil War  DVD  Father of the Bride  Blu-ray  Cutter's Way  Blu-ray  Dillinger  Blu-ray  Try and Get Me!  Blu-ray   The Kennedy Films of Robert Drew & Associates  Blu-ray  The Gallant Hours  Blu-ray  Exodus  Blu-ray  The City of the Dead  Blu-ray  Suspicion  Blu-ray  Blue Denim  DVD  Panic in Year Zero!  Blu-ray  The Stuff  Blu-ray  Alexander the Great  Blu-ray  Journey to the Seventh Planet  Blu-ray  "Manos" The Hands of Fate  Blu-ray
March 2016
 The Purple Plain  Blu-ray  Anastasia  Blu-ray  Brooklyn  Blu-ray  Susan Slept Here  Blu-ray  Dreams Rewired  DVD  The Hateful Eight  Blu-ray + DVD  A Brighter Summer Day  Blu-ray  Kill Me Again  Blu-ray  Vessel  DVD  The Manchurian Candidate  Blu-ray  Losing Ground  Blu-ray  Spies (Spione)  Blu-ray  Michael Collins  Blu-ray  Paris Belongs to Us  Blu-ray  Her Majesty, Love  DVD  I Knew Her Well  Blu-ray  The Trip  Blu-ray  Psych-Out  Blu-ray  Spring Takes Time  DVD  The Strangler  DVD  When Eight Bells Toll  Blu-ray  Murders in the Rue Morgue &  The Dunwich Horror  Blu-ray  The Big Heat  Blu-ray  Bad Boy  DVD  The Decline of Western Civilization + Part II The Metal Years  Blu-ray  Contagion  Blu-ray  Donovan's Brain  Blu-ray  The Hawaiians  Blu-ray  Revolt of the Slaves  DVD
February 2016
 The Vincent Price Collection III :
Master of the World, Tower of London, Diary of a Madman, Cry of the Banshee  Blu-ray  Cowboy  Blu-ray  The Graduate  Blu-ray  Key Largo  Blu-ray  Childhood's End  Blu-ray  The Black Sleep  Blu-ray  5 Dolls for an August Moon  Region B Blu-ray + DVD  Oh! What a Lovely War  DVD  L'Inhumaine  Blu-ray  Spotlight   Blu-ray + DVD  Where the Sidewalk Ends  Blu-ray  Millennium + R.O.T.O.R  Blu-ray  The Vikings  Blu-ray  Inside Llewyn Davis  Blu-ray  All Things Must Pass, The Rise and Fall of Tower Records  DVD  The Big Sleep  Blu-ray  The Emigrants & The New Land  Blu-ray  The Happy Ending  Blu-ray  GOG 3-D  3-D Blu-ray  Woman in the Moon  Blu-ray  Deep Red  Blu-ray  Station West  DVD  Harlock: Space Pirate 3-D  3-D Blu-ray  Crimson Peak   Blu-ray + DVD  Bridge of Spies   Blu-ray + DVD  Death By Hanging  Blu-ray
January 2016
 Gilda  Blu-ray  The Last Detail  Blu-ray  The Wrong Man  Blu-ray  Hawaii  Blu-ray  Beyond the Valley of the Dolls  Region B Blu-ray  The Southerner  Blu-ray  Curse of the Faceless Man  Blu-ray  I Confess  Blu-ray  The Undesirable  Blu-ray  Ex Machina  Blu-ray  Let There Be Light: John Huston's Wartime Documentaries  Blu-ray  Wind Across the Everglades  DVD  From the Terrace  Blu-ray  Figures in a Landscape  Blu-ray  Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things  Blu-ray  Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)  Blu-ray  The American Friend  Blu-ray  Bitter Rice  Blu-ray  Hitler's Children  DVD  Everest 3-D  3-D Blu-ray + Digital HD  The Look of Silence  Blu-ray  The Complete Lady Snowblood  Blu-ray  Four Men and a Prayer  DVD  The Captive City  Blu-ray  The Beginning or The End  DVD  Mysterious Island Encore Edition  Blu-ray  Nightmares  Blu-ray  Born Free  Blu-ray  Faust (1926)  Blu-ray  The Girl Most Likely  DVD

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