Jimmy Show - Trailer

I was thinking about this movie yesterday and how unfair it is that it only has a 40% on RT yet is so damn good. Prob the best film I've seen on the portrayal of a loser (who isn't psychotic ala Bickle or Pupkin).

Tina Louise


Full Length Films @ Cinemension

* A History Of Sci-Fi Television
* Alphaville
* American Boy
* At The Circus
* Babes In Toyland
* Bluebeard
* Breathless
* Carnival Of Souls
* Chariots Of The Gods
* Charlie Chaplin Festival (The Immigrant, The Adventurer, The Cure, Easy Street)
* Crows, by Akira Kurosawa (from Dreams)
* Dementia 13
* Encounters At The End Of The World
* Faces Of Death
* First Spaceship On Venus
* Forbidden Planet
* Genghis Khan
* Godzilla's Revenge
* Horse Feathers
* Iphigenia
* It Has Begun
* Koyaanisquatsi
* La Jetee, by Chris Marker
* Lost Continent
* M
* Maya Deren Films
* Mothlight, by Stan Brakhage
* Night Of The Living Dead
* No Time For Sergeants
* One Week
* Plan 9 From Outer Space
* Planeta Burg/Voyage To The Prehistoric Planet/Voyage To The Planet Of Prehistoric Women
* Popeye The Sailor Meets Ali Baba's Forty Thieves
* Quatermass And The Pit (Five Million Years To Earth)
* Reefer Madness
* Robot Monster
* Samurai- Miyamoto Musashi Documentary
* Santa Claus Conquers The Martians
* Shadow Of A Doubt
* Shakespeare Behind Bars
* Stalin: Man Of Steel
* Stalker
* The Ape
* The Ascent
* The Beast Of Yucca Flats
* The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari
* The Enigma Of Kaspar Hauser
* The Fog Of War
* The Haunted World Of Edward D. Wood, Jr.
* The Hoober-Bloob Highway
* The House On Haunted Hill
* The Last Man On Earth
* The Last Woman On Earth
* The Lost World
* The Many Faces Of Sherlock Holmes
* The Mark Of Zorro
* The Sad Flower
* The Three Stooges: Disorder In The Court & I'll Never Heil Again
* The War Game
* The Thing From Another World
* The Twilight Samurai
* Things To Come
* Throne Of Blood
* Vampyr
* Willard

The Mark of Zorro 1940 DVDRip Xvid


60's Commercials

Interesting how the worst aspects of commercialism become sociologically valuable over time.


Rid of Me Trailer HD

I streamed this tonight and it was a pretty good indy, quirky film about the breakup of a marriage, the awkwardness of the lead not fitting in with her husband's friends, and dealing with their meanness. It captured awkward and phony moments well, as in when people are just pretending to like you, forced conversation, etc. Worth the watch.

Inside The Actors Studio - Samuel L. Jackson


Painting Poems

Sarah Hohstadt sings the poems and music of Neil Hester.


Best Worst Movie - Official Trailer [HD]

Documentary about Troll 2, also on streaming (NF).

Troll 2 Trailer

A funny bad movie to stream on NF.

High Anxiety Trailer (1978)

A funny Mel Brooks movie I streamed recently on NF.

Drive - Movie Trailer (2011) HD

This is what I would call a 'stylized' thriller. Carey Mulligan is in it and Ryan Gosling (who looks super hot). The story began ok, but then just took a turn for the gore and the story became hollow. The soundtrack, however, is kick-ass. The film has a nice look to it but I don't think all the stylization aided the narrative. Roger gave this 3.5 stars. I'd give this 2. 1 for the story and an extra one for the look/soundtrack.

Glenn Gould on Animals


The Mill and The Cross (2011) Movie Trailer HD

Streaming on NF. This is one of the most visually arresting and beautiful films I've seen. It is inspired by the painter Pieter Bruegel the Elder's 1564 painting The Way to Calvary so the landscapes have a very painterly look to them and there's an interesting narrative. Not very much dialogue, just scenes telling a tale of these people's lives back then. There are some gory moments, but this very well could be a great film. Near-great at its minimum.

At Home with Glenn Gould (1959) 1/9



Den Brysomme Mannen (The Bothersome Man) - Trailer [english subtitles]

Just watched this very good Norwegian film that reminded me of Welles and also Antonioni with the shots. About a guy who lives in a zombie existence, where everything is pleasant but nothing is passionate. People go on in a robot-like existence. The ending I thought was a cop-out, but definitely worth the watch b/c it has both the dreamlike 'weirdness' that is also grounded in a gruesome reality and is much better than anything by Charlie Kaufman. To me, this seems like the sort of film he wished he could make. A good commentary on philosophical zombies. Also reminded me of Dark City a little. On NF streaming.

That Girl TV show theme song


HIDDEN LOVE (L'Amour Cache) Theatrical Trailer

Another interesting film on streaming albeit not as deep as Secret Sunshine. Depicts the mother/daughter relationship in a Bergman-like way.

Secret Sunshine

A film available on NF streaming. Great film depicting grief in a realistic manner.

MST3K - Favorite Moments - Lost Continent


Mighty Joe Young (1949) - Movie Trailer

Loved this as a kid. Watched it every Thanksgiving with King Kong and Son Of Kong, along with Godzilla marathons.


2001 A Space Odyssey Opening in 1080 HD

If there is a greater cinematic opening, I don't know of it. I admit I am envious of those who have never watched this, as I would love to see this again for the 1st time.

Toshiro Mifune Tribute



Sylvia Plath Part 5/11

A funny scene from the cheesy movie Sylvia. Watch the 1st 3 mins or so where Ted screams, "Alright, I fucked her! Holding her ass!"

I get tickled.

The Desert of the Tartars - A Tribute


The Orange Cat (1986 - 2007)

Cat commits suicide? Wow. 21 years. Death acts in strange ways. They loved her even though not friendly.


Apollo Schneider: 8/30/07-3/9/12

Rest in peace, my sweet little angel, my Bub, my Little Boy. Your mommy and I will always love you.


Ingmar Bergman Interview (4/6): Life, Death, and Love

“Shame” review

The greatest critic who ever has lived or ever will live reviews Shame.

Damn, he’s the sexiest, manliest, most brilliant, most intelligent, greatest human being who’s ever lived.