A blog and podcast about seminal and classic cinema from 1895 to 1990. Cult flicks, film noir, science fiction, horror and all kinds of exploitation.

Email:kultguru@gmail.com.

Jul 30, 2008

Upload Glitches

I've been informed that there's a glitch in the download link for Paleo-cinema podcast 16. I'm working on it, it will be rectified, so please try again in 24 hours.

Jul 22, 2008

Podcast #16 -Ozploitation and Blaxploitation


In this podcast I talk about one of my favourite Ozploitation movies, the 1975 kung fu action flick The Man From Hong Kong.


The Man From Hong Kong Trailer below.




I also look at one of the archetypal Blaxploitation movies - Gordon Parks' 1971 Shaft starring Richard Roundtree and Moses Gunn.

Shaft Trailer below.



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Jul 18, 2008

Free Music Links


While I get Podcast 16 up and running, here are a few free movie music links for you all to enjoy.

Sleazy Listening

Singin' And Swingin'

The Crime Lounge

Scores of Scores

Enjoy!

Jul 11, 2008

Yet More Youtube Goodness

Time for some more of the good old stuff from da intawebs thanks to that happiest kingdom of them all, Youtube.

Bali Ha'i from South Pacific. Juanita Hall (dubbed by Muriel Smith) in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. Why do I like this one? I love the matte painting of the island on the horizon which is some kind of utopia, visible but not yet attainable. I also love the fact that the most beautiful song in the movie is sung not by a blonde bombshell in a red evening gown, but an overweight middle aged Polynesian woman in scruffy clothing who radiates charisma.



The Nicholas Brothers Fayard and Harold, were the most acrobatic dancers ever caught on film. Fred Astaire reckoned that this was the best dance sequence ever caught on film, and who are we to argue? It's mind-blowingly good and terrifically joyous.