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  1. 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 first episode we start at the beginning with spine #1: Jean Renoir's 1937 film GRAND ILLUSION! First we talk about what we've been watching, what's happening in the news, then into that sweet sweet review you're looking for. Introduction is 'Criterion Creeps Theme' by petite petite, and musical interludes are Cypress Hill's "Illusion" and Styx's "Grand Illusion. Like us on Facebook www.faceboo
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  3. Hi! For years now I have been trying to find the title of a film I watched with my mom when I was young. I can not remember the title or any of the actors. What I do remember are parts of the movie. It was a black & white comedy that centered around the ghost of a man's first wife that comes back to sabotage his relationship with his new wife and ultimately cause him to become a ghost with her. I remember towards the end that the ghost wife cuts the brake line of his car in the hope that the husband will wreck, die, and join her next time he went for a drive. To her dismay, the new wife dr
  4. For research purposes I'm looking for examples of sexually-precocious teenage romantic comedies which pre-date the modern trend beginning with...oh, I suppose, "Fast Times at Ridgmont High" and "Porky's" and all that kind of thing. What were the 'norms' and 'standards' prior to that, as far as plotting such adolescent frivolity, before that race-to-the-gutter began? In what way were such stories made fun and watchable in previous eras? Thanks! p.s. ideal picks would be stories where co-eds mingle in any kind of camp or school or athletic program
  5. Like so many of us. I saw a film eons ago and can't seem to find it. I don't know the title nor the actors though the female actor was/is well-known. The plot is very similar to Travels With My Aunt but is much older. The eccentric, older woman takes on young, mild-mannered man to be her travel companion as she travels through Europe and Africa (?). The film was in black and white and I believe from the 30s or early 40s. It may have been a British film - actors had accent but given the plot location that may not help. Thank you all for any clues or solutions! Terri
  6. Classic Film Lovers, I would like to introduce you to my latest project, Chalk. It's a comedic film noir with all the classic film noir tropes and even more laughs. We pay homage to classic noirs, while bringing a fresh, youthful spin. A tongue and cheek comedy that touches on sensitive subjects such as gentrification, urban displacement, and self-identity. It's a city of chalk slowly being replaced by dry-erase. Our lead detective is trying to solve a string of murders that have left the city on edge. It's most recent loss, the celebrated mayor of Chalk City. The suspect, the mayors
  7. Hello Fellow Noir Lovers, I always enjoy seeing new noir movies emerge and push the boundaries of classic noir archetypes. Because of this I've developed my own film noir and would like to share its story with you. Chalk is a short comedic film noir about a washed up detective looking for clarity in a world full of corruption, murder, and chalk. This film explores the cost of self-preservation. Set among a fictional backdrop, a city of chalk slowly being replaced by dry-erase, we explore the affect gentrification has on individuals by using comedy to approach this sensitive subject.
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