Rest In Peace, James. He will be sorely missed but his work will live on for years to come and will certainly be a staple on my iPod, as well as the timeless memorial that his movie work will be, as it is accompanied so many movies which will be rerun for decades to come.
1958 DIRECTORS: Carl Dudley, Richard Goldstone, Francis D. Lyon, Walter Thompson & Basil Wrangell May Contain Spoilers! The Orson Welles narrated South Seas Adventure is the fifth and final entry of the three-strip Cinerama Travelogues, though Orson is the not the only voice to appear on this soundtrack, with his credit overshadowing the word of several others. Opening without the customary 1.37:1 segment, originally … Continue reading SOUTH SEAS ADVENTURE (CINERAMA)
2008 DIRECTOR: Sacha Gervasi May Contain Spoilers! This was a real disappointment. Toted as the next and the "REAL" Spinal Tap, as it were, though not literally, we got a very straight, if not heart warming at times, rock documentary about the ill-fated 80's rock band, Anvil. They could have been one of the greats, and … Continue reading ANVIL: THE STORY OF ANVIL