Archive for February 2017

1964_Kitten_With_a_Whip.jpg

Lee and Daniel are back to cover two crime movies featuring the vocal, acting, and visual talents of Ann-Margret: one unfairly-judged, in 1964's "Kitten With a Whip", and one almost totally lost to time in 1969's "Rebus". Also covered: what the hosts have watched as of late; listener comments; and they do get into a short rant about female models and sex workers, who were often used in many of the films of this era, dropped, and then forgotten about.

"Kitten With a Whip" IMDB

"Rebus" IMDB

Download "Kitten With a Whip" from Rarelust here

Download "Rebus" from Rarelust here

Featured Music: "Take a Chance" (first with Ann-Margaret vocals, and secondly without) by Luis Bacalov.

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

snatch.png

Lee and Daniel are back to check out some British criminal scum and other assorted characters in Guy Ritchie's "Snatch" (2000). This episode quickly stops being a critical review and more of a fun conversation about all the things they love about this modern classic of the genre. Also covered: Lee's two guest appearances on other podcasts, what they've watched as of late, and listener comments. 

"Snatch" IMDB

City of the Dead podcast

The Podcast Under the Stairs

Featured Music: "Ghost Town" by The Specials; "Golden Brown" by The Stranglers; "Angel" by Massive Attack; and "Don't You Just Know It" by Huey Piano Smith and the Clowns.

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »

cittc3a0-violenta5.png

Lee and Daniel are back with two more poliziotteschi films, both directed by Sergio Sollima. First up is the Charles Bronson hit man film "Violent City" (1970) and then they talk about "Revolver" (1973), starring the interesting pairing of Oliver Reed and Fabio Testi. Along with some wild tangents and key music tracks from the Ennio Morricone scores for the films, they cover what they've watched as of late and some listener comments.

"Violent City" IMDB

"Revolver" IMDB 

The Wrong With Authority Podcast.

Featured Music: "Citta Violenta (#2)"; "Citta Violenta"; "In Un Altro Bar"; and "Un Amico" by Ennio Morricone.

00:0000:00

Read Full Post »