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Apr 26, 2009

Paleo-Cinema Podcast 30 - The Big Three Movies- Citizen Kane, Casablanca, La Dolce Vita

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Okay I'm going out on a limb this time, looking at three of the most popular Paleo-Cinematic movies of all time and trying to think of something original to say about them. Orson Welles' Citizen Kane, Michael Curtiz's Casablanca and Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita. Also, don't forget to vote for Paleo-Cinema over at Podcast Alley and check out the Amazon links on this page.

Apr 18, 2009

Paleo-Cinema Podcast Special #1 - Terry's Mixtape

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In this 'cast I'm doing something different. A mixtape of sorts where I share some of my favourite movie music. Not much else to say, but enjoy it :-) Back to a full podcast next week.


Apr 9, 2009

Paleo-Cinema Discussion Group

Hi people. I've wanted to expand the discussion group for Paleo-Cinema from the chat window to something a little larger and able to carry multiple discussions, so I've created a Facebook Group for Paleo-Cinema discussions. The link is Paleo-Cinema Discussion Group so sign up to Facebook with even a basic type of profile and you can join in the fun.

I will be continuing the chat window, but I'd rather the larger forum for longer discussions. It also has the ability for members to upload video and still pictures, so please avail yourself of it.


Apr 5, 2009

Paleo-Cinema Podcast #28 Making Deals With The Devil - Faust x 3

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Okay, in this pre-Easter season we look at three movies about making a deal with the Devil. First off, a baseball fan with a mid-life crisis cuts a contract with Ray Walston in Damn Yankees - only to have Gwen Verdon thrown at him. (They're thinking about remaking this with Jake Gyllenhaal in the Tab Hunter role and Jim Carrey in the Ray Walston one.)

Next we look at the comedy classic, Bedazzled (and if you don't like this movie, you fill me with inertia) and move on to Brian De Palma's rock and roll iteration of Faust, The Phantom of the Opera and The Picture of Dorian Gray, 1974's Phantom of the Paradise.

Apr 1, 2009

Some Youtubage To Keep You People Going Until The Next Podcast

Ann-Margret In The Pleasure Seekers.

The first 8 minutes of an episode of "Adventures In Paradise"

Opening and closing credits for one of my great lost favourite TV series: Ben Gazzara's "Run For Your Life". This should come out on DVD.