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1991: The Year Punk Broke/Last DaysJune 7, 2019 at 10:35 am The Cure – Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park London – July 11 in cinemas #47773
I’d love to see The Trial at the Bev.April 30, 2019 at 3:34 pm “extended version” of The Hateful Eight hits Netflix this month #46430
Is anyone actually out there or is it just me writing and Phil reading? I’d like to believe that there are lurkers out there too…
QT spilled the beans here: https://www.slashfilm.com/hateful-eight-netflix-miniseries/
“So Netflix came to us and said, “Hey, look, if you’d be interested…If there’s even more footage, if you’d be interested in putting it together and in a way that we could show it as three or four episodes, depending on how much extra footage you have, we’d be willing to do that.”
And I thought, wow, that’s really intriguing. I mean, the movie exists as a movie, but if I were to use all the footage we shot, and see if I could put it together in episode form, I was game to give that a shot, give that a try.
And so about a year after it’s released, maybe a little less, me and my editor, Fred Raskin, we got together and then we worked real hard. We edited the film down into 50 minute bits, and we very easily got four episodes out of it. We didn’t re-edit the whole thing from scratch, but we did a whole lot of re-editing, and it plays differently. Some sequences are more similar than others compared to the film, but it has a different feeling. It has a different feeling that I actually really like a lot. And there was a literary aspect to the film anyway, so it definitely has this “chapters unfolding” quality.”
Sounds cool to me, I’ll watch it soon and look out for that extra 20ish minutes.April 25, 2019 at 3:25 pm “extended version” of The Hateful Eight hits Netflix this month #46332
https://www.indiewire.com/2019/04/quentin-tarantino-hateful-eight-extended-netflix-miniseries-episodes-1202128078/ lets us know that the new streaming version of The Hateful Eight is a “four-episode miniseries”.
” Ranging in length from 50 minutes to 56 minutes each, the episodes are titled “Last Stage to Red Rock,” “Minnie’s Haberdashery,” “Domergue’s Got a Secret” and “The Last Chapter.” For those of you keeping score at home, the first three of these correspond to the same chapters as titled in the film’s theatrical release. “The Last Chapter,” meanwhile, is a combination of the original’s final two chapters, “The Four Passengers” and “Black Man, White Hell.” Meanwhile, the second chapter, “Son of a Gun,” is included in “Last Stage to Red Rock.” ”April 18, 2019 at 12:15 am “extended version” of The Hateful Eight hits Netflix this month #46109
I’m not sure which versions have been available streaming and on blu-ray, so if you do, feel free to chime in.April 10, 2019 at 1:11 pm Netflix In Talks To Acquire Hollywood’s Historic Egyptian Theatre #45934
When I was living in San Francisco there was a small local chain of bakery cafes called La Boulange that were rather popular.
Starbucks bought the chain, incorporated the pastries into Starbucks locations, and closed all the original local bakery cafes.
This is what I am reminded of when I think of a streaming network buying a movie palace.January 25, 2019 at 11:37 am Star Trek: Generations, First Contact, Insurrection & Nemesis #43558
I did, i can’t think of many movies that get more laughs in a theatre than BL&U. It was swell.
Ernest Borgnine is so funny in BASEketball.
That’s all I have to say at this time.December 30, 2018 at 10:00 pm Phantom of the Paradise / Bugsy Malone (Paul Williams double) #42773
At yesterday’s screening of Gremlins,
Bugsy Malone was announced as the next kiddie matinee.
(I don’t speak for the New Bev. I’m a patron and I’m just repeating what I heard during the introduction.)December 27, 2018 at 8:32 pm Phantom of the Paradise / Bugsy Malone (Paul Williams double) #42720
Seconded!December 19, 2018 at 1:42 pm Matthew Lillardfest: Hackers (1995) / Scream (1996) #42472
My birthday falls on Sunday, October 13th in 2019 in case you want to start planning:
Can’t Hardly Wait (1998)/She’s All That (1999) for Oct 13/14,
Scooby-Doo (2002) as the weekend matinee,
and Scream (1996) as the Saturday midnight.
When you screen Hackers (1995) in 2019, please add Jolt Cola to the concession stand.