Cinema Misfits Podcast, Episode 23: Legend of the Guardians, Catfish, Wall Street 2, and Gregory Peck

6 ‘n 90.  Da Man reviews six films in ninety seconds.″

Legend of the Guardians: the Owls of Ga’ Hoole.  It’s about a bunch of owls.  What else do you need to know?″

Catfish.  A new kind of indie doc, in which the goal seems to be “punking” the audience.   All that’s missing is Ashton Kutcher.″ Continue reading

Santo vs the Vampire Women (an audio review)

For your listening pleasure, an audio review of Santo vs the Vampire Women.  We’ve dug deep into our audio vault and turned up this long-lost gem.  Listen as Lou, Steve, and Jim, once more take on the Silver Masked Avenger.  Vampire Women holds a special place in the Santo canon (it’s the first film many Santo fans ever saw), but you might be surprised at the score given to it by the three-man tag team of misfit reviewers.″

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Cinema Misfits Podcast, Episode 22: Tony Curtis Remembered, The Town, Devil, Resident Evil: Afterlife, and Best Picture Predictions

Tony Curtis remembered.″

6 ‘n 90!  Da Man reviews six movies in ninety seconds!″

The Town.  Move over Wells, Hitchcock, and Fellini.  There’s a new auteur in town: Affleck.″

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Richard Herd: Islander Guest and More (audio interview)

Hollywood is filled with stars, but these stars come in different forms.  There are the stars who continuously burn strong and bright over the years and seldom disappoint (How ya’ doing, Meryl Streep?).  There are the ones who explode dynamically when they hit the scene, only to burn out, little by little, flickering only occasionally (How’s it hangin’, Matthew McConaughey?).  Finally, there are those stars who initially appear with great brilliance and promise, only to crash and burn and either fade away or hang on, only to be listed occasionally in one of those “Where Are They Now?” articles (I’m looking at you, Tatum O’Neal!).

I love good character actors…their light may be dimmed a bit by the Big Stars they support, but it burns, much like Polaris, the Northern Star, with smooth, dependable consistency.

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