Sergio Leone Web Board

General Information => General Discussion => Topic started by: dave jenkins on June 30, 2016, 06:29:36 AM



Title: Warren Oates Retro, Jul 1-7
Post by: dave jenkins on June 30, 2016, 06:29:36 AM
http://www.filmlinc.org/series/warren-oates-hired-hand/#films


Title: Re: Warren Oates Retro, Jul 1-7
Post by: Novecento on June 30, 2016, 08:08:15 AM
That looks awesome. Now you have your chance to see "Cockfighter".


Title: Re: Warren Oates Retro, Jul 1-7
Post by: dave jenkins on June 30, 2016, 08:11:43 AM
Yes. Also considering Private Property and Kid Blue.


Title: Re: Warren Oates Retro, Jul 1-7
Post by: dave jenkins on June 30, 2016, 03:20:38 PM
Maybe I'll also see 92 In The Shade.

The write-up for Private Property sure has me intrigued:
Quote
Warren Oates stars in this slow-burning, sweat- and sun-drenched psychosexual thriller—newly restored in stunning 4K by Cinelicious Pics and created from the original film elements rediscovered and preserved by the UCLA Film & Television Archive after more than 50 years of being thought lost! This California noir centers on Duke and Boots (played with menacing, barely sublimated rage by Corey Allen and Oates), who set their sights on Ann Carlyle (Kate Manx), a sweetly alluring but neglected housewife who spends long, lonely days at home in her husband’s Beverly Hills villa. When the two men take up residence in an abandoned house that overlooks the Carlyles’ swimming pool, the setting becomes a stifling, and ultimately explosive, pressure cooker of sexual frustration, manipulation, and aggression. Directed on a shoestring budget by Leslie Stevens (three years before creating The Outer Limits), Private Property was denied MPAA approval under the Production Code upon its release, and even today, the film’s broodingly sinister depiction of sexuality gone awry is startling in its frank, unflinching intensity. The return of this classic, which first screened in the new 4K digital restoration at the TCM Classic Film Festival in April, also occasions our Oates retrospective, taking place July 1-7. A Cinelicious Pics release.

Directed By Leslie Stevens •
1960•
USA•
79 min.
Even sounds like a film CJ would enjoy.


Title: Re: Warren Oates Retro, Jul 1-7
Post by: cigar joe on July 03, 2016, 07:18:57 AM
Maybe I'll also see 92 In The Shade.

The write-up for Private Property sure has me intrigued:Even sounds like a film CJ would enjoy.

Sounds great, you got to go and give a report. I just got back from fishing on Long Island.


Title: Re: Warren Oates Retro, Jul 1-7
Post by: dave jenkins on July 03, 2016, 10:22:46 AM
I just got back from fishing on Long Island.
Huh, I would think the fishing would be better *off* Long Island, but you know best.

Going to Private Property tomorrow. Cockfighter is tonight, but for the same price (ticket + transportation) I can have the Japanese Blu-ray, so I think I'll go that way.


Title: Re: Warren Oates Retro, Jul 1-7
Post by: cigar joe on July 03, 2016, 11:56:07 AM
Huh, I would think the fishing would be better *off* Long Island, but you know best.

Going to Private Property tomorrow. Cockfighter is tonight, but for the same price (ticket + transportation) I can have the Japanese Blu-ray, so I think I'll go that way.

It was in Great South Bay actually.