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Tuesday December 1, 2015

Savant's new reviews today are:

The Criterion Collection

  Akira Kurosawa goes full tilt humanist with this emotionally wrenching, vastly insightful look at human nature. A faceless bureaucrat, alone and unfulfilled, is diagnosed with stomach cancer. He rebels and breaks down, but then finds a way to give meaning to what remains of his life. Kurosawa one-ups the Italian Neorealists by seeing hope and value even in the oblivion of the human condition. Starring the great Takashi Shimura. On Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.

Sense and Sensibility
Twilight Time

 Emma Thompson both screen-wrote and stars in this latter-day Jane Austen adaptation, blessed with fine locations and costumes, a congenial cast and attentive direction by Ang Lee. Kate Winslet consolidates her newfound stardom as a second Austen husband-seeker, lost in a maze of family intrigues and betrayals. But none are so severe as to prevent faith, hope and charity from prevailing in the end. The forecast is for joyful weddings. With Hugh Grant and Alan Rickman, and also Greg Wise, who went on to marry his co-star Thompson. On Blu-ray from Twilight Time.


The Civil War

  Ken Burns and Co. made a big splash with this historical documentary miniseries that in 1990 gripped the imagination of the whole country. Eleven hours of history are a breeze when presented in what was then a new form: authentic photos and paintings accompanied by dramatic recitals of letters and documents from the era. It also comes to life with the aid of historian-interviewees like the great Shelby Foote. Those long-ago people enduring the War Between the States seem just like us, as if it all happened yesterday. On DVD from PBS.


While checking out the new disc of Ikiru I stumbled again on the film page Film Blanc -- The Cinema of Feel-Good Fantasies by Bill Shepard, an old Savant associate. Bill started the page quite a while ago and if I remember correctly I think he was partly inspired by an article in DVD Savant. Anyway, although gave I him the benefit of my faulty memory, he sussed out the earliest references to 'film blanc' in critical literature on his own. Bill has been compiling a reference to movies in the style all this time, keeping accurate synopses, etc. He welcomes input, should you find an appropriate title that isn't yet represented in his logs. Good going!

Some fun responses came in regarding my review of the just-reviewed 'Psychotronic evergreen' The Brain that Wouldn't Die. Reader and friend Craig Reardon gave me kudos for my bad puns. Helpful correspondent Gene Schiller corrects me regarding the obscurity of the movie in 1962:

"I can assure you Glenn... a lot of people saw The Brain that Wouldn't Die. There was a non-stop barrage of publicity for a week or two, as it played the drive-ins and first-run theaters. No kid worth his salt would have missed it!"

Bill Shaffer offered these comments:

"Enjoyed your reviews very much tonight. I am not a big fan of The Brain, but it does have a certain 'train wreck' attraction plus it can be awfully darn funny. However, I want to take issue with the 'uncut' and rare versions of it. I first saw this film at 4:30 pm on a Sunday afternoon in 1967 or '68 on the Sunday Big Show on our local ABC/TV affiliate in Wichita, Kansas. They ran it uncut from start to finish including the scene where the monster bites part of Herb Ever's jugular vein out, holds it up and flings it across the room. I certainly never forgot it. 'Gross and disgusting' was about all I had to say about it. Now, whether or not the ABC affiliate pre-ran and checked the film I do not know, but I suspect they did not since everything got shown in a two-hour time slot with commercials on a late Sunday afternoon. I did catch a recent showing of it on TCM and it's still an amazingly bad movie, but it was exactly what I saw years ago."

Reader John Black slipped into greater detail:

"I saw the uncut version on late night TV (Seattle's "Nightmare Theater") in the late 1960s. However, the next time it aired somebody substituted the shorter censored version. The same thing happened with Homicidal, which aired uncut the first time but was missing the gory knife murder when repeated months later. Actress Adele Lamont ("Doris Powell") had a contract with MGM in the late 1950s that specified that her nude scene could only be exhibited in foreign territories. I was hoping that Shout Factory might insert the nude scene into the body of the film. I know the footage is missing its soundtrack, but perhaps that sleazy saxophone music could have been utilized?  I've never heard of a book about the making of the film, but there was a lengthy article to that effect in Scary Monsters Magazine a few years ago. Perhaps the audio commentator wrote that piece?  There was also a piece about screenwriter Rex Carlton, who may have later committed suicide to avoid being the target of a mob hit when he couldn't repay so-called "investors." I think it was Nightmare in Wax that led to the unfortunate demise of Rex Carlton. He kept borrowing money for his next picture from the wrong people."

"I began daily readings of the Seattle newspaper's movie theater listings in 1960, and do not recall ever seeing The Brain that Wouldn't Die playing theatrically in Seattle. However, the same can be said for Invasion of the Star Creatures, so I suppose that double bill might have played for one week, perhaps at drive-ins, and I missed seeing those ads. I can say that Brain never showed up on the various triple horror bills that became popular at urban grind houses and family suburban theaters. When it aired on late night TV in the mid-to-late '60s I had never heard of it. It instantly became a favorite of mine, due to its surprisingly graphic content."

Thanks for reading! --- Glenn Erickson

Saturday November 28, 2015

Savant's new reviews today are:

The Brain that Wouldn't Die
Scream Factory

  Forget your 'Jan in the Pan' jokes and 'thing in the closet' remarks about gay subtext. This loopy, kooky and kinky horror offering from New York's Tarrytown is a keeper despite its primitive direction and campy screenplay. When it becomes impossible to tell whether an effect is plain awkwardness, unconscious expressionism or raw cinema gold, choose the last. Mad scientist Herb Evers answered the call to Bring Me the Head of Virginia Leith, and goes on a sleazy shopping spree to find a voluptuous body to make her complete, in the literal sense. It's all in the worst of taste - in other words, delightful. The special edition has some good extras, including a nude outtake for foreign use -- or maybe that was for the director's private reel. On Blu-ray from Scream Factory.


Queen of Blood
KL Studio Classics

  Curtis Harrington took an assignment nobody else would and fashioned a gem of low-budget Sci-Fi. A Russian space epic purchased at a bargain sale provides expensive-looking special effects scenes for Harrington's new space-horror drama about a deadly alien (Florence Marly) rescued from a crash landing on Mars. John Saxon, Judi Meredith and Dennis Hopper lead the space mission, while Basil Rathbone checks in by radio. The show looks great in HD, and the extras include excellent interviews with Roger Corman and effects specialist / historian & archivist Robert Skotak. On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.


A quick notice today, as holiday and family commitments have kept me busy much of the week. I do have a cute link on tap. Joe Baltake of The Passionate Filmgoer sends us to a new article about an Australian stage play version of Alfred Hitchcock's North By Northwest. The play is said to dramatize the film's famous action scenes.

I'm just beginning to get a look at the movies being pushed for Oscar consideration. The Assassin was highly recommended but I found it too slow and too complicated to follow. I imagine that on a screen or on Blu-ray the images alone would hold my attention. Brooklyn is very good, a no-tricks story of an immigrant in a romantic bind. Very nice character work and a charming performance from Saoirse Ronan. I think we now all need a primer in the pronunciation of Irish names.

Thanks for reading! --- Glenn Erickson

The Hurricane
 John Ford and Samuel Goldwyn's South Seas disaster picture has spectacular action and compelling romance. The unjustly imprisoned Jon Hall crosses half an ocean to rejoin his beloved Dorothy Lamour under The Moon of Manakoora, before an incredible (and incredibly expensive) hurricane blows his island to smithereens. With Mary Astor, Thomas Mitchell and Raymond Massey. Ford's direction is flawless, as are the Dudley Nichols screenplay and Alfred Newman's Hollywood-exotic music score. On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

Forbidden Hollywood Volume 9
 Depraved convicts ! Crazy Manhattan gin parties! Society dames poaching other women's husbands! A flimflam artist scamming the uptown sophisticates! All these forbidden attractions are here and more -- including Bette Davis's epochal seduction line about impulsive kissing versus prudent hair care. The five pre-Code attractions in Volume 9 are: Big City Blues, Hell's Highway, The Cabin in the Cotton, When Ladies Meet and I Sell Anything. On DVD from The Warner Archive Collection.

Dont Look Back
 D.A. Pennebaker puts cinema verité on the map with his terrific up-close docu portrait of Bob Dylan. The poet songwriter runs from concert appearances to hotels, cuts up with his friends, practices with Joan Baez and gives reporters grief. The extras include the filmmaker's early work and excellent discussions about the rest of his career. This is the best look yet at Pennebaker's innovative approach: don't direct, observe. On Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.

Black Widow
 Forget film art for a minute: Bob Rafelson and Ronald Bass's smart and sexy murder thriller throws Debra Winger and Theresa Russell into a slick neo-noir with fancy glamour trimmings, and comes up a bright, intelligent entertainment. A government agent tracks a serial killer against the wishes of her superiors -- who ever heard of a female Bluebeard, who marries 'em and burys 'em? With Sami Frey, Dennis Hopper, Nicol Williamson, Terry O'Quinn and D.W. Moffett. On

No Man's Woman
 Shall we sing the praises of actress Marie Windsor?  A self--assessed Queen of the Cheapies, Windsor was anything but cheap, gracing some of the better films noirs and delivering some of the most deliciously acidic dialogue ever heard on screen. The woman doesn't just have bedroom eyes, she has bedroom everything, and a wicked smile to go with it. This Republic whodunnit also stars John Archer, Nancy Gates and Richard Crane. When a conniving, greedy art gallery owner turns up dead, everybody else in the movie seems to have a viable motive for murder. On Blu-ray from Olive Films.

In Cold Blood
 More than one movie has been made about the story behind this lurid, unthinkable crime on the Kansas prairie, and its author-commentator Truman Capote. Criterion's disc returns the discussion to Richard Brooks, the director that dared adapt Capote's unfilmable novel. The show may also be the last gasp of artistic B&W cinematography from Hollywood, thanks to the indelible images of Conrad Hall. Scott Glenn and Robert Blake are the mass murderers; the great music score is by Quincy Jones. On Blu-ray from The Criterion Collection.

Terror at the Mall
 Is this exploitation, or needed documentation of a modern horror that's become all too frequent?  It's a Terrorist assault on a restaurant, mall and supermarket complex packed with afternoon shoppers, many of them women and children. The camera coverage includes dozens of surveillance recordings plus cell phone snaps and images taken by a photojournalist who accompanied brave plainclothes police into the killing ground. Meanwhile, dozens of government troops stood by, as the shots rang out for literally hours. The show is disturbing and controversial. On DVD from The Warner Archive Collection / HBO Documentary Films.

Pitfall (1948)
 This is a GREAT film noir, a domestic drama about a straying husband whose innocent dalliance wrecks lives and puts his marriage in jeopardy. Been there, done that?   Dick Powell and Lizabeth Scott are menaced by Raymond Burr, while wife Jane Wyatt is kept in the dark. Andre de Toth's direction puts everyone through the wringer, with a very adult look at the realities of the American marriage contract. With little Jimmy Hunt, and great shots of Los Angeles circa 1948. On Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics.

November 2015
 Come Fly With Me  DVD  Phase IV  Blu-ray  The Fireman's Ball  Region Free Blu-ray + PAL DVD  Mr Holmes  Blu-ray + Digital HD  Dr. Terror's House of Horrors  Blu-ray  Broken Lance  Blu-ray  Passage to Marseille  Blu-ray  Devil in a Blue Dress  Blu-ray  Croupier  Blu-ray  The Mask  3-D Blu-ray  Run of the Arrow  DVD  Living in Oblivion  Blu-ray + DVD  Mulholland Dr.  Blu-ray  Tenderness of the Wolves  UK Region B Blu-ray + DVD  A Special Day  Blu-ray  Rashomon  UK Region B Blu-ray  Deep in My Heart  Blu-ray  J t'aime, j t'aime  Blu-ray  Thieves' Highway  UK Region B Blu-ray + DVD  Scream and Scream Again  Blu-ray
October 2015
 W.C. Fields Comedy Essentials Collection:
Million Dollar Legs, If I Had a Million, International House, Tillie and Gus, Alice in Wonderland, Six of a Kind, Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, You’re Telling Me!, The Old Fashioned Way, It’s a Gift, Mississippi, Man on the Flying Trapeze, Poppy, The Big Broadcast of 1938, You Can’t Cheat an Honest Man, My Little Chickadee, The Bank Dick, Never Give a Sucker an Even Break  DVD  My Darling Clementine and  Frontier Marshal  UK Region B Blu-ray  The High Cost of Loving  DVD  Jurassic World  3-D Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD  The Brood  Blu-ray  Randall William Cook: As Never Seen Before, 'New' Vintage Stop-Motion on Blu-ray Guest Review /  Special Effects Collection: Son of Kong, Mighty Joe Young, The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms, Them!  Blu-ray  Kwaidan  Blu-ray  Me and Earl and the Dying Girl  Blu-ray  Spartacus  Blu-ray  The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance  Blu-ray  Mad Men: The Final Season Part 2  Blu-ray  DVD Savant's Guide to the New Wave of Classic Hammer Blu-ray  (by Phantom Guest Reviewer)  Five Films by Patricio Guzmán: The Battle of Chile, Chile Obstinate Memory, The Pinochet Case, Salvador Allende, Nostalgia for the Light, Filming Obstinately: Meeting Patricio Guzmán  DVD  Tomorrowland  Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD  The Sentinel  Blu-ray  A Room with a View  Blu-ray  San Andreas  3-D Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD  Horror Classics: Four Chilling Movies from Hammer Films: The Mummy (1959), Dracula Has Risen From the Grave, Frankenstein Must be Destroyed, Taste the Blood of Dracula  Blu-ray  The Invisible Monster  Blu-ray  Two O'Clock Courage  DVD  Diary of a Lost Girl  Blu-ray  Masterworks of American Avant-Garde Experimental Film 1920-1970  Blu-ray
September 2015
 The Honeymoon Killers  Blu-ray  Emperor of the North  Blu-ray  Arts in Exile: Nine East German Shorts on Artists Forced to Flee the Nazis.  DVD  That Phantom of the Opera  Blu-ray  The Oblong Box  Blu-ray  The Satan Bug  Blu-ray  Fat City  Blu-ray  Turkey Shoot  Blu-ray  Man With the Gun  Blu-ray  The Old Gun  DVD  Deutschland 83  DVD  Breaker Morant  Blu-ray  Eaten Alive  Blu-ray  The Reivers  Blu-ray  The Black Stallion  Blu-ray  The Little House  Blu-ray  The Bear  Blu-ray  Kings of the Sun  Blu-ray  The Wonderful Country  Blu-ray  Alraune  Region 2 DVD  I, Madman  Blu-ray  Daniel  Blu-ray  Innerspace  Blu-ray  The Robin Hood of El Dorado  DVD  Murder, My Sweet  Blu-ray
August 2015
 Mad Max: Fury Road  3-D Blu-ray  War-Gods of the Deep  Blu-ray  Videodrome  Blu-ray  Street Smart  Blu-ray  Quick! Before It Melts  DVD  That Guy Dick Miller  DVD  The Hunger  Blu-ray  Nightmare Castle + Castle of Blood, Terror Creatures from Beyond the Grave  Blu-ray  Burn, Witch, Burn  Blu-ray  House of Bamboo  Blu-ray  Citizenfour  Blu-ray  The Andromeda Strain  Blu-ray  Message from Hiroshima  DVD  Viva Villa!  DVD  For Whom the Bell Tolls (Wem Die Stunde Schlägt) Region B Blu-ray  Baby It's You  Blu-ray  Our Mother's House  DVD  Agnès Varda in California: Uncle Yanco, Black Panthers, Lions Love (...and Lies), Mur Murs, Documenteur  DVD  Thunder Road  Blu-ray  Black Sabbath U.S. version  Blu-ray
July 2015
 Fearless Frank (Frank's Greatest Adventure)  DVD  Pit Stop  Blu-ray  Places in the Heart  Blu-ray  The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension  Blu-ray  Night and the City  Blu-ray  Mississippi Mermaid  Blu-ray  Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau  Blu-ray  The World of Henry Orient  Blu-ray  The Clay Pigeon  DVD  The Best of Everything  Blu-ray  He Ran All the Way  Blu-ray  The Spider  Danish miniseries;  Region 2 DVD  Around the World with Orson Welles  Blu-rayDVD  The Monster that Challenged the World  Blu-ray  Come and Get It  DVD  Hiroshima mon amour  Blu-ray  Storm Fear  Blu-ray  Escape from East Berlin  DVD  It Follows  Blu-ray  Miracle Mile  Blu-ray  The Young Lions  Blu-ray
June 2015
 Kern & Hammerstein: Showboat  Blu-ray  Riffraff '47  DVD
 The Killers '46 & The Killers '64  Blu-ray  Report to the Commissioner  Blu-ray  Absolute Beginners  Blu-ray  The Incredible Shrinking Man  Region B Blu-ray  3-D Rarities  3-D Blu-ray   The Golden Year: Five Classics from 1939: Dark Victory, Ninotchka, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Dodge City, Gone With the Wind  Blu-ray  The Thing with Two Heads  Blu-ray  The Night of the Generals  Blu-ray  Pandas: The Journey Home  3-D Blu-ray  Monte Walsh  Blu-ray  The Hound of the Baskervilles  Region B (UK) Blu-ray  John Ford: Dreaming the Quiet Man  Blu-ray  Mississippi Burning  Blu-ray  Vincent & Theo  Blu-ray  The Sunshine Boys  Blu-ray  The Onion Field  Blu-ray  American Guerilla in the Philippines  DVD  The Bridge  Blu-ray  Tentacles &  Reptilicus  Blu-ray  Show Them No Mercy!  DVD
May 2015
 State of Siege  Blu-ray  The Island of Dr. Moreau  Blu-ray  Magician: The Astonishing Life & Works of Orson Welles  Blu-ray  Wolfen  Blu-ray  Shy People Savant Revival Review  A Man for All Seasons  Blu-ray  Carla's Song  Blu-ray  Cops and Robbers  Blu-ray  The Best House in London  DVD  1776  Blu-ray  Face to Face and  The Tramplers by Lee Broughton  DVD  The First Deadly Sin  DVD  Jamaica Inn  Blu-ray  The Confession  Blu-ray  Hombre  Blu-ray  Moonlighting  Blu-ray  Thank Your Lucky Stars  Blu-ray  Tarantula  UK Region B Blu-ray  It! The Terror from Beyond Space  Blu-ray  Ladyhawke  Blu-ray  The Midnight Special  DVD  Make Way for Tomorrow  Blu-ray  Seven Angry Men  DVD  The Beyond  Blu-ray  Richard III 1995  Blu-ray  The Premature Burial  Blu-ray  The Long Good Friday  UK Region B Blu-ray & PAL DVD
April 2015
 The Secret Invasion  Blu-ray  A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night  Blu-ray  Face of Fire  DVD  Mr. Turner  Blu-ray  Mysteries of the Unseen World  3-D Blu-ray  Blood and Black Lace  Region AB Blu-ray & DVD  Inherent Vice  Blu-ray + DVD + Digital HD  42nd Street  Blu-ray  April Love  Blu-ray  Le Silence de la mer  Blu-ray  "X"  Blu-ray  Dance with Me, Henry  Blu-ray  That Man from Rio and  Up to His Ears  Blu-ray  Invaders from Mars 1986  Blu-ray  Zardoz  Blu-ray  Silent Ozu: Three Crime Dramas: Walk Cheerfully, That Night's Wife, Dragnet Girl  DVD  The Way Things Go  Blu-ray  The Friends of Eddie Coyle  Blu-ray  Why Be Good?  DVD  Blue Sky  Blu-ray  Hoop Dreams  Blu-ray  A Most Violent Year  Blu-ray + Digital HD  Solomon and Sheba  Blu-ray  Sullivan's Travels  Blu-ray
March 2015
 Odd Man Out  Blu-ray  Massacre Gun  Blu-ray  U Turn  Blu-ray  Hand of Death  DVD  Without a Clue  Blu-ray  The White Buffalo  Blu-ray  The Day Mars Invaded Earth  DVD  The Imitation Game  Blu-ray + Digital HD  The Babadook  Blu-ray  Journey to the Center of the Earth  Blu-ray  First Men in the Moon  Blu-ray  The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry  Blu-ray  Miami Blues  Blu-ray  Day of Anger  Blu-ray + DVD  The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies  3-D Blu-ray  Goodbye to Language  3-D Blu-ray  Forbidden Hollywood Volume 8: Blonde Crazy, Strangers May Kiss, Hi Nellie!, Dark Hazard  The Soft Skin  Blu-ray  The Falcon and the Snowman  Blu-ray  Alice's Restaurant  Blu-ray  Like Water for Chocolate  Blu-ray  Musicals: 4-Movie Collection: Kiss Me Kate  3-D, Calamity Jane, The Band Wagon, Singin' in the Rain  Blu-ray  Kiss Me Kate  3-D Blu-ray  The Liberator  Blu-ray  Muscle Beach Party  Blu-ray  Ride the Pink Horse  Blu-ray  The Manchurian Candidate  UK Region B Blu-ray & PAL DVD  Dear Heart  DVD
February 2015
 In the Land of the Head Hunters  Blu-ray  The Prowler  Blu-ray  The End of Violence  Blu-ray  The Sure Thing  Blu-ray  Incident  DVD  To Sir, With Love  Blu-ray  Caveman  Blu-ray  A Day in the Country  Blu-ray  Stormy Weather  Blu-ray  The Night They Raided Minsky's  Blu-ray  The Killing  UK Region B Blu-ray  The St. Valentine's Day Massacre  Blu-ray  Syncopation  Blu-ray  How to Murder Your Wife  Blu-ray  Black Sunday  Blu-ray  The Connection  Blu-ray  Rabid  UK Region B Blu-ray  Lust for Life  Blu-ray  The Wild Angels  Blu-ray  Watership Down  Blu-ray  Kiss Me, Stupid  Blu-ray  The Day They Robbed the Bank of England  DVD  Nightcrawler  Blu-ray  The Purple Rose of Cairo  Blu-ray  A Hole in the Head  Blu-ray  Don't Look Now  Blu-ray  Far from the Madding Crowd  Blu-ray  God Told Me To  Blu-ray
January 2015
 Why Don't You Play In Hell?  Blu-ray  Running On Empty  DVD  55 Days at Peking  UK Region B Blu-ray  Pork Chop Hill  Blu-ray  The Palm Beach Story  Blu-ray  The Black Scorpion widescreen  DVD  No Highway in the Sky  DVD  The Weapon  Blu-ray  The Bride Wore Black  Blu-ray  May in the Summer  Blu-ray  World for Ransom  Blu-ray  Breaking Away  Blu-ray  The Night Porter  Blu-ray  The Girl Who Knew Too Much  Blu-ray  The Russians are Coming the Russians are Coming  Blu-ray  Fury  Blu-ray  Bloody Sunday  DVD  52 Pick-Up  Blu-ray  Till the End of Time  DVD  Into the Woods  Blu-ray  The Twilight Samurai  Blu-ray  The Ultimate Invaders from Mars Savant Article Reboot  Ten Seconds to Hell  Blu-ray  Adua and Her Friends  Blu-ray  Kinoshita and World War II  DVD  The Boys from Brazil  Blu-ray

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