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Off-Topic Discussion / Favorite Websites
« on: September 20, 2008, 02:54:23 PM »
Besides this fucking awesome site full of Sergio Leone fans, what are some your favorite sites to go to?

This probably my favorite site because of its simplicity.

http://www.cracked.com/

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Off-Topic Discussion / Southland Tales (2006)
« on: September 14, 2008, 04:03:29 PM »


In Los Angeles, a city on the brink of chaos overshadowed by the growth of the underground Neo-Marxist movement, we follow the criss-crossed destinies of Boxer Santaros (Dwayne Johnson), an action film actor stricken with amnesia; Krysta Now (Sarah Michelle Gellar), ex-porn star in the midst of creating a reality tv show; and twin brothers Roland and Ronald Taverner (both played by Seann William Scott), whose destinies – on one evening – become intertwined with that of all mankind.

Heres The Trailer:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtp14ikRvxo

The movie is just so strange and bizarre.Its a science fiction film about the end of the world.It felt as though it was like a modern version of Dr.Strangelove when i was watching it. I thought it was a great and I need to rewatch it to get some stuff that i missed.

Probably the best scene.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dajn9Bk24CY

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Off-Topic Discussion / Sergio Leone Screenings in LA with other films
« on: July 03, 2008, 02:33:36 PM »
Attention Italian film fans! American Cinematheque presents two Italian Cinema series this month.

Italian Grindhouse: Assault of the Deadly Celluloid
July 11-24
Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90028
Showcased are rarely screened spaghetti westerns THE BIG GUNDOWN and THE MERCENARY, crime films THE VIOLENT PROFESSIONALS, BIG GUNS (French star Alain Delon’s sole foray into the Italian genre), THE FAMILY (with Charles Bronson), Tinto Brass’ Pop Art giallo DEADLY SWEET and his freaky piece of psychedelia THE HOWL, as well as encore presentations of Dario Argento’s 4 FLIES ON GREY VELVET, THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE and DEEP RED (if you’ve only seen Argento’s latest MOTHER OF TEARS, be sure to check out these gems from earlier in his career), Umberto Lenzi’s ASSAULT WITH A DEADLY WEAPON and ALMOST HUMAN and more!

visit http://egyptiantheatre.com/archive1999/2008/Egyptian/Italian_Giallos_2008.htm
for more info on this series.

Once Upon A Time: Sergio Leone
July 24-27
Aero Theatre
1328 Montana Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90403
Many of Leone’s greatest westerns to be screened, including FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE, THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY, ONCE UPON A TIME IN THE WEST, and DUCK, YOU SUCKER.
visit
http://www.americancinematheque.com/archive1999/2008/Aero/Sergio_Leone_Aero_2008.htm
for more info on this series.

Advance tickets can be purchased on www.fandango.com or at the theatres on the nights of the shows. Thanks, and see you at the movies!

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Off-Topic Discussion / The Greats of Roth
« on: February 12, 2008, 10:16:18 PM »
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To all my Los Angeles friends...

My film festival The Greats of Roth starts this Sunday at the New Beverly Cinema. I posted a blog about it, but just in case you missed it the lineup's below. The owner of the theater died very suddenly last fall, and Edgar Wright, myself, and a few other directors volunteered to program 2 weeks each to help keep the cinema alive. Many of these films are not on DVD (or are heavily edited) and are rarely, if ever, screened publicly. Also if you are a blogger if you could mention the festival it would really help the theater out. Between the Silent Movie Theater and the New Beverly Cinema there's an amazing revival scene happening in Los Angeles and we want as many fans as possible to know there's an alternative to the multiplex every night of the week.

We've already got Lloyd Kaufman, director of "Mother's Day" confirmed for a Q&A after the screening, as well as P.J. Soles for the "Carrie" screening, and many others will be joining us as well. I'll announce guests as we get closer to the dates...
See you there!

Eli

Here's the lineup:

february 17, 18, 19
The Hacksaw/Chainsaw double bill! These films are next to impossible to find uncut on DVD in the U.S. and are rarely ever shown on the big screen. And they're both fucking awesome films that never cut away from the good stuff.

First up, Sergio Martino's giallo masterpiece
TORSO (1973) (a.k.a. Carnal Violence)
Sun: 3:50 & 7:30; Mon/Tue: 7:30


Followed by J.P. Simon's Chainsaw Trashterpiece
PIECES (1982)
Sun: 5:40 & 9:20; Mon/Tue: 9:20


february 20, 21
A Holiday Slasher/ Horror Anthology double bill...
The film I showed at my Bar Mitzvah instead of having a dance because I wasn't friends with any girls. One of my all time favorite slasher films. Charles Kaufman's brilliant
MOTHER'S DAY (1980)
7:30


George Romero & Stephen King's criminally underrated ode to E.C. comics
CREEPSHOW (1982)
9:20


PLUS: A special surprise short after Creepshow...

february 22, 23
DePalma's King adaptation of
CARRIE (1976)
Fri: 7:30; Sat: 3:30 & 7:30


followed by the brilliant Scott Baio-Willie Aames-Heather Thomas-Scatman Crothers telekensis SCENE-FOR-FUCKING-SCENE-REMAKE of Carrie...
ZAPPED! (1982)
Fri: 9:30; Sat: 5:30 & 9:30

I shit you not. I have always wanted to see these films back to back. Sissy Spacek uses her telekinetic powers to get revenge on the kids at school, and Scott Baio uses it to take off Heather Thomas' clothes. See where the "Charles and Charge" magic of Baio and Aames all began. It's also the next film that Scatman Crothers made right after the Shining. You can feel the Kubrickian influence in every moment of his performance. If you've never seen this film, you've never seen an animated sequence of Scatman Crothers' wife chasing him in a Ben-Hur chariot, firing animated salamis. Fucking sublime.

february 24, 25, 26
All Hail one of the greatest low budget futuristic musicals of all time:
THE APPLE (1980)
Sun: TBA; Mon/Tue: 7:30


Followed by a screening of the ultimate in Stunts and Rock...
STUNT ROCK (1978)
Sun: TBA; Mon/Tue: 9:20


There will be some sort of sing along, but not on Oscar night, because Diablo Cody would kill me if I did it without her. Probably on the 25th.


february 27
Original? Remake? Ripoff? Or brilliant use of a similar technique? You be the judge! I have not seen "Blair Witch" since it came out in the theater, and have always wanted to see it back to back with the film that created the "found footage" movie. How do either of them compare to "Cloverfield?" Fuck I can't wait to see...

THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT (1999)
7:30

Ruggero Deodato's cannibal classic - the mother of all cannibal films -
CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST (1980)
9:20


And...because we only have the Cannibal Holocaust print for one night, we are switching it up for the next night and showing...

february 28
The Blair Witch Project (1999)
7:30
Umberto Lenzi's grindhouse cannibal masterpiece
CANNIBAL FEROX (1981) (a.k.a. MAKE THEM DIE SLOWLY)
9:20
Umberto Lenzi and Ruggero Deodato got into a cannibal movie pissing contest back in the day. Lenzi did the first cannibal scene in his film "Man from Deep River" in 1972, but then Deodato made "Last Cannibal World" in 1976 and stole Lenzi's thunder. Then Deodato outdid himself with "Cannibal Holocaust," which became a sensation all over the world. Lenzi was so irritated that he made "Eaten Alive" to try to out-do Deodato, but people said it wasn't as grueling and nasty as "Cannibal Holocaust." So then he made "Cannibal Ferox" to show he could make the nastiest cannibal film of all time. Did it work? Decide for yourself! Lenzi also cast a lot of the same actors that Deodato used, just to make it even more confusing. It worked! I can barely keep track of which film is which, but they're both awesome and have lots of graphic violence that got them banned in many countries.


february 29, 1
Oscar winning (or should have won) duo... Tom Hanks in his greatest performance ever...
BACHELOR PARTY (1984)


Fri: 7:30; Sat: 3:25 & 7:30
And yet ANOTHER movie Bill Murray should have gotten the Oscar for...
CADDYSHACK (1980)
Fri: 9:35; Sat: 5:30 & 9:35


Special thanks to the New Beverly for putting this together, and to Bob Murowski, the Silent Movie theater, and Quentin Tarantino for coming through with some of the hardest prints to find. Come geek out with us starting the 17th. I'll see which people from the films are still alive or not in prison but we'll definitely have some special guests and surprises all through the festival. See you there!
And here are some drawings I did in 2nd grade, now that we're in a trailer mood. My teacher really had no idea what to make of this. I was supposed to be writing a book, but got bored after a few chapters and started drawing these...

taken from Eli Roths myspace Blog.

Sounds kick ass too bad i got school :'(

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Off-Topic Discussion / Cloverfield (2008)
« on: December 27, 2007, 11:47:54 PM »
Anyone planning on seeing it?

http://imdb.com/title/tt1060277/

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Off-Topic Discussion / Coen Bros. Make Some Spaghetti..
« on: December 26, 2007, 10:55:11 PM »
Coen Brothers to Make Spaghetti Western
Filmmaking siblings Joel and Ethan Coen are set to make their goriest film ever - a Spaghetti Western featuring scenes of primitive torture methods. The brothers, whose notoriously gory new film No Country for Old Men has been tipped for Oscar glory, are desperate to make a film about the days of cowboys and Indians battling it out in the Wild West of America. But - as Joel warns - it won't be one for the faint-hearted. He says, "We've written a western with a lot of violence in it. There's scalping and hanging ... it's good. Indians torturing people with ants, cutting their eyelids off." Ethan adds, "It's a proper western, a real western, set in the 1870s. It's got a scene that no one will ever forget because of one particular chicken."

I have mixed feelings on this :-\

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Off-Topic Discussion / The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)
« on: October 23, 2007, 10:25:52 PM »
http://imdb.com/title/tt0970416/

No, its not a year error there is a actually going to be a remake of the movie :o

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Off-Topic Discussion / Eastern Promises (2007)
« on: October 10, 2007, 04:35:50 PM »
Cronenberg's latest movie since A History Of Violence.Anyone seen it yet? Might check it out on thursday.

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Once Upon A Time In The West / The Ending Showdown..
« on: October 03, 2007, 09:49:16 PM »
I was just barely watching it right now on TCM and just noticed that Frank pulls out the gun shoots before Harmonica does! Could someone tell me im seeing things or something? :o

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Off-Topic Discussion / Crossing Over (2007)
« on: August 29, 2007, 09:21:57 PM »
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0924129/

From what i read n the boards on IMDB its supposed to resemble Crash.Supposedly this is Harrison's Ford chance to finally win an oscar.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Hated (1994)
« on: August 27, 2007, 10:37:20 PM »
http://imdb.com/title/tt0107086/

Documentry about the life and death of shock rocker GG Allin. Sounds like an interesting documentry about a really eccentric rocker who did some crazy stuff. Anyone seen it?

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Off-Topic Discussion / Funny Games (2007)
« on: August 27, 2007, 06:31:13 PM »
http://imdb.com/title/tt0808279/

Remaked by the same director who is basically doing a shot-to-shot remake of a film he made.Too bad its only limited release :'(.

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Off-Topic Discussion / Death Sentence (2007)
« on: August 27, 2007, 06:02:02 PM »
http://imdb.com/title/tt0804461/

Looks promising from an action stand point. What do you guys think?

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Off-Topic Discussion / The greatest game known to man...
« on: August 26, 2007, 10:13:20 PM »

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