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  1. The Cameraman (1928) Directed by Edward Sedgwick Country: United States Duration: 69 minutes Language: Silent, English Spine #1033 DVD BONUS FEATURES New score by composer Timothy Brock, conducted by Brock and performed by the orchestra of the Teatro Comunale di Bologna in 2020 Audio commentary from 2004 featuring Glenn Mitchell, author of A–Z of Silent Film Comedy: An Illustrated Companion Spite Marriage (1929), Buster Keaton’s next feature for MGM following The Cameraman, in a new 2K restoration, with a 2004 commentary by film historians John Bengtson and Jeffrey Vance Time Travelers, a new documentary by Daniel Raim featuring interviews with Bengtson and film historian Marc Wanamaker So Funny It Hurt: Buster Keaton & MGM, a 2004 documentary by film historians Kevin Brownlow and Christopher Bird New interview with James L. Neibaur, author of The Fall of Buster Keaton: His Films for MGM, Educational Pictures, and Columbia PLUS: An essay by film critic Imogen Sara Smith
  2. An Unmarried Woman (1978) Directed by Paul Mazursky Country: United States Duration: 130 minutes Language: English Spine# 1032 DVD BONUS FEATURES Audio commentary from 2005 featuring director Paul Mazursky and actor Jill Clayburgh New interviews with actors Michael Murphy and Lisa Lucas New interview with author Sam Wasson on Mazursky’s work Audio recording of Mazursky speaking at the American Film Institute in 1980 Trailer PLUS: An essay by critic Angelica Jade Bastién
  3. Downhill with Nat Faxon & Jim Rash and Jenna Ricker (Ep. 253) Director Nat Faxon & Jim Rash discusses their new film, Downhill, with fellow director Jenna Ricker. Inspired by Ruben Östlund's 2014 feature Force Majeure, Downhill follows a married couple who are forced to reevaluate their relationship after barely escaping an avalanche during a family ski vacation in the Alps. See photos and a summary of this event below: https://www.dga.org/Events/2020/April2020/Downhill_QnA_0220.aspx
  4. Premature with Rashaad Ernesto Green and Dawn Wilkinson (Ep. 252) Director Rashaad Ernesto Green discusses his new film, Premature, with fellow director Dawn Wilkinson. Set in a hot summer in Harlem, Green's film tells the story of 17-year-old poet Ayanna who is drawn into a relationship with Isaiah, a young music producer who moves to the city just as Ayanna is about to leave for college. See photos and a summary of this event below: https://www.dga.org/Events/2020/April2020/Premature_QnA_0220.aspx
  5. Meet the Nominees Theatrical Feature Film Symposium 2020 - Part 3 of 3 (Ep. 251) Sam Mendes, Bong Joon Ho, Martin Scorsese, Quentin Tarantino, and Taika Waititi engage in a conversation with Jeremy Kagan for the 29th Annual DGA Meet the Nominees: Theatrical Feature Film Symposium on their nominated films. Part three shares the nominees' thoughts on working with actors and the lessons they learned on their movie.
  6. 2020 Rondo Hatton Awards https://rondoaward.com/rondoaward.com/blog/?p=890
  7. In our thirty-second episode we're talking spines #38 and 39: Seijun Suzuki's BRANDED TO KILL from 1967 and TOKYO DRIFTER from 1966. First we talk about what else we've creeped on this past week, including RJ going through the Aliens Quadrilogy, he finished a Joe Hill novel, and Jarrett had a bad run of movies with the likes of Chuck Norris, Tom Hiddleston, and early 2000s Arnie movies. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes a melody of 60s Japanese Pop. Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  8. In our thirty-first episode we're talking spine #37: Terry Gilliam's TIME BANDITS from 1981. There's some Oscar talk, RJ's been watching some Jim Carrey classics and Netflix's THE FALL, and HMV is going out of business. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Cher's "If I Could Turn Back Time" and Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  9. In our thirtieth episode we're talking spine #35 and 36: Henri-Georges Clouzot's DIABOLIQUE from 1955 and THE WAGES OF FEAR from 1953. First up RJ has been watching new stuff like HELL OR HIGH WATER and THE AUTOPSY OF JANE DOE, and Jarrett is either coming out of or entering a depression as he only talked about two pieces of shitema from 1987. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Ella Fitzgerald & Louis Jordan's "He Had It Coming", The Gories' "Nitroglycerine" and Dave Dudley's "Six Days on the Road". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  10. In our twenty-ninth episode we're talking spine #34: Andrei Tarkovsky's ANDREI RUBLEV from 1966. And hey, our first guest co-host Evan joins us to talk about that Soviet ****! First we talk about what we've been watching, RJ has been soothing his soul with some 90s comedy, Jarrett checked out some random ****, and Evan has been to the theater to see Scorsese's SILENCE. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Beatles' "Back in the USSR" and Boney M's "Rasputin". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  11. In our twenty-eighth episode we're talking spine #33: Robert Flaherty's NANOOK OF THE NORTH from 1922. First we talk about what we've been watching, with RJ watching STAR TREK BEYOND, BLOOD FATHER, Stephen King's IT, THINNER, CELL, and Jarrett watched a whole lot of noir stuff*, COHEN & TATE, and the amazing HK actioner ABOVE THE LOVE aka RIGHTING WRONGS. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Frank Zappa's "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow" and Nick Drake's "Northern Sky. Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher! *Jarrett brings up the movie THE NARROW MARGIN but is actually talking about the movie ACT OF VIOLENCE. This is what happens when you watch too many movies.
  12. In our twenty-seventh episode we're talking spines #31 and 32: David Lean's GREAT EXPECTATIONS from 1946 and OLIVER TWIST from 1948. First we talk about what we've been watching, with RJ watching JUMANJI, and Jarrett kicking off "Ja-noir-ary 2017". Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Belle & Sebastian's "Expectations, Chubby Checker's "Do the Twist" and Bill Withers' "Lean on Me." Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  13. In our twenty-sixth episode we're talking spines #30: Fritz Lang's M from 1931. First we talk about what we've been watching, like Jarrett watching Christmas Carol adaptations and other Christmas classics, and then we drop our "Best First Time Movie Watches in 2016". Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Oingo Boingo's "Little Girls" and Randy Newman's "In Germany Before the War". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  14. After finding out RJ had never seen Citizen Kane before, Jarrett simply couldn't let this transgression stand any longer. So here we are, our twenty-fifth episode, talking Orson Welles' CITIZEN KANE from 1941, spine #1 in the Criterion Collection... Laserdisc Collection! And with luck, it is also our 2016 Christmas episode, so we start off talking about all the Christmas movies we've watched this past week or so. Then, we get into a history of the Criterion Collection, the laserdisc, Orson Welles, Citizen Kane, and come to the conclusion that Citizen Kane is the Citizen Kane of Citizen Kanes. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are The Byrds' "CItizen Kane and Orson Welles' "When I Was Young". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  15. In our twenty-fourth episode we're talking spines #29: Peter Weir's PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK from 1975. First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's happening in the world today! RJ got serious with watching some Peter Weir movies, and Jarrett watched A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Sonny Boy Williamson's "Good Morning Little Schoolgirl" and Ashford and Simpson's "Solid As A Rock". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  16. In our twenty-third episode we're talking spines #27 and 28: Paul Morrissey's FLESH FOR FRANKENSTEIN from 1973 and BLOOD FOR DRACULA from 1974. First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's happening in the world today! RJ is getting festive with THE NIGHT BEFORE and HOME ALONE, and Jarrett watched HOLY FLAME OF THE MARTIAL SWORD, BLUE STEEL, THE INVITATION, and something else. Also in this episode we got ourselves our first interview with Maurice Yacowar, film studies professor and man who wrote not only The Films of Paul Morrissey, but worked on the Criterion Collection for both these films. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Edgar Winter Group's "Frankenstein", Neil Young's "Vampire Blues", and David Bowie's "Andy Warhol". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  17. In our twenty-second episode we're talking spine #26: John Mackenzie's THE LONG GOOD FRIDAY from 1980. First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's happening in the world today! RJ watched MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE - ROGUE NATION and SEXY BEAST, Jarrett watched some more Godard, SHOTGUN, 9 DEATH OF THE NINJA, and DE PALMA. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are David Bowie's "Friday On My Mind" and Love & Kisses' "Thank God It's Friday". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  18. In our twenty-first episode we're talking spine #25: Jean-Luc Godard's ALPHAVILLE from 1965. First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's happening in the world today! RJ has been watching that Gilmore Girls on Netflix, Jarrett watched some classics like WISHMASTER 2, AMERICAN NINJA 2, and BLOOD SIMPLE, oh, and some hard hitting talk on misleading caloric information. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Bryan Ferry's "Alphaville" and Alphaville's "Forever Young". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  19. Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by two chums (Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog) talking about the Criterion Collection in chronological order. In our twentieth episode we're talking spine #24: Akira Kurosawa's HIGH AND LOW from 1963! Oh, and some movie called RANSOM directed by Ron Howard comes up. First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's been chapping our ****! RJ watched TEQUILA SUNRISE, CONTACT, and DR. STRANGE, Jarrett re-watched SWEET SWEETBACK'S BAADAASSSSS SONG, and both of them went to that ARRIVAL movie. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Afroman's "Because I Got High" and Flo Rida's "Low". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  20. Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by two chums (Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog) talking about the Criterion Collection in chronological order. In our nineteenth episode we're talking spine #23: Paul Verhoeven's ROBOCOP from 1987! First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's been chapping our ****! RJ watched himself some BOY, TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: OUT OF THE SHADOWS for some reason, and both of us went to and now talk about Big Mel's HACKSAW RIDGE. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are B.A. Johnson's "I Am A Robocop" and music from the Gameboy Robocop videogame. Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  21. Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by two chums (Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog) talking about the Criterion Collection in chronological order. In our eighteenth episode we're talking spine #22: David Lean's SUMMERTIME from 1955! First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's been chapping our ****! RJ has been audiobooking and getting rich people drunk, and Jarrett has been documentarying and learning how to save LIVES. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Bananarama's "Cruel Summer" and Sly and the Family Stones' "Hot Fun in the Summertime". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  22. Well it is a couple days after Halloween, but we got ourselves one more episode for the year to do! More movies, more talking, and not for lack of having other things to do! We wrap up with our best of the month, and Jarrett still didn't get to talk about his shot on video mastershitpieces or further Franco viewing. Introduction is "Maniac Main Theme" by Jay Chattaway, and music from The Boogeyman OST by Tim Krog. Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  23. Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by two chums (Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog) talking about the Criterion Collection in chronological order. In our seventeenth episode we're talking spine #21: David Cronenberg's DEAD RINGERS from 1988! First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's been chapping our ****! Mel Gibson talks extending BRAVEHEART, Uwe Boll leaves filmmaking again, and UFOs are real. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are The Spinners' "Brother to Brother" and Cher and Meat Loaf "Dead Ringer for Love" Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  24. Another week, another incredible lost amount of time spent watching that horror stuff, RJ and Jarrett meet up once again to report back one what they've seen. RJ watched some DEMONS franchises, Jarrett continues his love affair with Jess Franco, and a whole lot of other junk. Next week is the season finale of this venture, and we're going to talk Top 10 Horror and ****, so get excited for that. Introduction is "The Lions and the Cucumber" by The Vampire Sound Incorporation, and "Eromantic Violin" by Daniel White. Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
  25. Welcome to the Criterion Creeps podcast. A podcast hosted by two chums (Jarrett Duncan and RJ Balog) talking about the Criterion Collection in chronological order. In our fifteenth episode we're talking spine #20: Alex Cox's SID & NANCY from 1986! First we talk about what we've been watching, and what's been chapping our ****! Harry Shearer wants a piece of that SPINAL TAP action, and we talk about Criterion January 2017 releases because holy crap it is almost already 2017. Our shortest episode yet, because we're punk as ****. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Lou Reed's "Vicious" and Sid Vicious' "My Way". Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/criterioncreeps/ Follow us on that Twitter! twitter.com/criterioncreeps Follow us on Instagram! instagram.com/criterioncreeps You can also subscribe to us on Soundcloud, iTunes, and Stitcher!
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