Archive for February, 2010

2/21/10

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , on February 25, 2010 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:


– Team USA mortalizes Team Canada!


The Element of Crime (1984)


Up (2009)


– The Human Condition: Dating On Demand

– Interesting Death of the Week with B.K.: Two people Hank can’t remember right now.  Not too interesting sounding, huh?  Coming soon, PROMISE!


– Tonight’s score: Cannonball & Coltrane

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2/14/10

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 16, 2010 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:


Hunger (2008) The Criterion Collection Blu-Ray


The Green Mile (1999)

– An observation: How LOST can still be appreciated, by way of Home Movies.

Go to 4:23 in the clip below to view the revelation.


– Interesting Death of the Week with(out) B.K.: Fred Morrison – Frisbee inventor; Dick Francis – jockey, crime novelist

– The Stanford Theatre announces an Akira Kurosawa Filmfest!


– Tonight’s score: Hal Mckusick’s The Jazz Workshop

2/7/10

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , , , on February 11, 2010 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:


Hardware Wars (1977)


The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus (2009)

– Interesting Death of the Week with B.K.: Brendan Burke – Openly gay son of NHL executive.  More here.; Frances Reid – Day of Our Lives’er; David Brown – Hollywood producer (Jaws, The Sting, and more.)

– Criterion Collection titles go Out of Print en masse.


– Tonight’s score: Horace Silver Quintet’s Doin’ The Thing

1/31/10

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , on February 2, 2010 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:


– Videodrome recommends that everyone help Fight Smack In The Orphanage (.org)


Black Dynamite (2009) Hank erroneously reports the Street Date of this DVD as 2/2, it’s actually 2/16.   The waiting will only make you want it more… it’s so badass.


– Interesting Death of the Week with B.K.: J.D. Salinger – writer of yesteryear; Howard Zinn – writer about yesteryear (w/ a twist); Zelda Rubinstein – little person actor of great creep-itude


– NHL Trade Rumors of the Week with B.K.: Olli Jokineneasy to draw NHL’er

– The Stanford Theatre is closed for repairs.


– Tonight’s score: The Funky 16 Corners