RowThree Cinecast: The Lost Episode


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Lost episode:
Very little production here today folks – no bumper music and very little editing. This is a rough cut of a recently found episode of the RowThree Cinecast from a few weeks back. In this episode we have an all new Top Ten List, reviews of Igor and Battle in Seattle as well as some DVD picks and more!

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Below the fold are some very limited Show Notes…

Show notes for the Lost Episode of the RowThree Cinecast

  • The Emmy’s: :00 – 4:33
  • Top 10: 4:34 – 56:42
  • Igor: 56:43 – 1:11:33
  • Battle in Seattle/the media: 1:11:34 – 1:28:23
  • Upcoming movies*: 1:28:24 – 1:38:20
  • DVD picks: 1:38:21 – 1:44:46
  • Closing stuff: 1:44:47 – 1:48:39

* = since this episode was recorded a few weeks ago, the films discussed are already in theaters


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Igor:
Kurt’s review


Battle in Seattle:


DVD Picks for Tuesday, September 23rd:

Kurt:
Savage Streets
Savage Streets (akaZombie Brigade) (IMDb)

Andrew:
Re-Cycle
Re-Cycle (IMDb)
Andrew’s review


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Guest

100% agree about La Notte, needs Criterion.

would also include:

Silent Light

Gosford Park

American Movie

Night of the Hunter

Manhunter

Todd Haynes collector's set

Poison

Safe

Far From Heaven

I'm Not There

kurt
Guest

Well, if anyone is putting together a definitive Haynes box set, it better have the KAREN CARPENTER STORY, the short film he did using Barbies. That'd be a great bonus feature if they could run it past Mattel at this point.

Dave Becker
Editor

Great Criterion lists (I'm also waiting for a better release of RAISE THE RED LANTERN before I pick it up, so Kudos for throwing that one on there). Other films that I would love to see get the Criterion treatment (or at the very least SOMEONE should release them) are:

Abel Gance's NAPOLEON

HOTEL TERMINUS

Bergman's THE MAGICIAN

BREWSTER MCCLOUD

CAL

JOHNNY GUITAR and THE LUSTY MEN

Fellini's CASANOVA

Two films that would have been on this list are actually getting the Criterion treatment in the coming months: Samuel Fuller's WHITE DOG (in December) and Douglas Sirk's MAGNIFICENT OBSESSION (in January)

And Kurt: if you have any contact info for that group, please pass it along.

Yes, I need help.

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Ha. Nobody comes to meetings, they are surfing Amazon, YesAsia and AllDVD.ca or browsing their local music shops for discount bin DVDs.

Dave Becker
Editor

In my defense, I DO buy used 90% of the time.

Dave Becker
Editor

Two more for Criterion:

THE ASSASINATION OF JESSE JAMES BY THE COWARD ROBERT FORD (the full 4-hour version)

MONTY PYTHON LIVE AT THE HOLLYWOOD BOWL (this one could be fun)

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Irma Vep is getting an uber-treatment. Nice:

http://www.amazon.com/Irma-Vep-Essential-Maggie-C

(thanks to Dave B. for pointing this out).

Zeitgeist is one of those good upscale DVD labels with pretty impeccable tastes.

Oh and KINO (yet another great label) has the big Haneke box (as I mentioned I'd like to see) in their catalogue. (http://www.amazon.com/Michael-Collection-Continen…)

Andreas
Guest

Hi,

just listened to the lost episode and I know I'm late. I am from Germany so blame it on the time lag.;-)

Perhaps you know already but there is a Region 1 Version of "Vital" (released by Tartan Asia Extreme) and a beautifully digitally remastered version of "Red Lantern" was released in Hong Kong. And it has Region Code 0 afair.

Greetings from Berlin

Andreas

Andreas
Guest

Don't know if there are other foreigners but for me i am addicted to you and the filmjunk guys. Although i dsagree with your rating on certain movies (e.g. i disliked Transsiberian *g* ) i appreciate your enthusiasm and the variety of movies you talk about.

I visit some festivals in Berlin, the Berlinale of course but the best festival is the german equivalent to the Toronto After Dark Film Festival called Fantasy Film Fest. A small prelude are the Fantasy Film Fest Nights (8 Movies in 2 days) and the first three were announced recently: Splinter, The Horsemen and The Good, The Bad, The Weird. If you like to check it out visit http://www.fantasyfilmfest.com/

Keep on the fantastic work i will definitely listen.

(Sorry for any mistakes especially in grammar as you can imagine english is not my native language 😉 )

Andreas
Guest

I will keep you informed. Will be a pleasure. Don't expect long reviews as my writing skills are really elemantary.

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