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Short Review of a Favorite Film: The Good, the Bad, and The Ugly (1966)

Logline: During the American Civil War, three men set out to find buried gold in a remote cemetery.

Review: Like horror, the western is a genre that easily falls into certain cliched trappings.   427 more words

Favorite Films

Giuseppe Tornatore Composing Ennio Morricone Documentary - Cannes

EXCLUSIVE: Mandragora Group (Beyond The Hills) and Piano B Produzioni are teaming with helmer Giuseppe Tornatore for a documentary feature based on the life and work of legendary composer Ennio Morricone. 219 more words

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Jay Jay Johansen - single Moonshine

Jay Jay Johansen
single – Moonshine (13 April 2015)
from album Opium (8 June 2015)
Kwaidan Records – buy here

We don’t realise how lucky we are in this damp, sodden country. 349 more words


post-punk gems, v. 70 - Adam Ant

Happy Wednesday, folks! I’ve been turning the pages of Simon Reynolds’ whip-smart Rip It Up and Start Again, and his chapter on Malcolm McLaren, Adam Ant, and Bow Wow Wow is quite smart, and plumbs the depths of McLaren’s depravity and the acuity of his foresight. 126 more words

Popular Music History

Playlist for October 20, 2014

This episode featured music from movies directed by Terry Gilliam, Alejandro Jodorowsky, and part of the soundtrack to Fellini’s Clowns.

George Fenton – The Zero Theorem OST (2013) 174 more words


RED SONJA – Ennio Morricone


Original Review by Jonathan Broxton

Cashing in on the popular success of Conan the Barbarian and the various other sword-and-sorcery epics of the early 1980s was Red Sonja, the tale of a barbarian warrior princess, based on the original story by Robert Howard, the creator of Conan, and directed by Richard Fleischer. 1,228 more words