Episode 11: LIVES OF THE PARTIES

Episode 11: LIVES OF THE PARTIES

 

New Yorker cartoonist Joe Dator and cinephile Megan Dooley discuss a weird episode of Roseanne, a creepy window at Tiffany’s, and spot hidden animals in the film.

 

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Rosemary’s walk from the Time & Life building to Tiffany’s, as filmed by Joe Dator.

 

The Smithsonian archive of Gene Moore Tiffany windows is linked here.

 

A black and white photo of Gene Moore’s Tiffany window seen in Rosemary’s Baby. 

A zoomable version can be found here.

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A Gene Moore window that was probably right next to the one seen in Rosemary’s Baby.

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Another holiday window from the same set.

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A sample of a Gene Moore window for Tiffany’s.

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Yet another Gene Moore window for Tiffany’s.

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Gene Moore at work.

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The “Satan, Darling” episode of Roseanne, featuring Phil Leeds and Ernest Harada

 

Phil Leeds’s “Would You Believe It,” a possible influence on Mr. Sandler.

 

An episode of Hee Haw featuring Marianne Gordon.

 

Trailer for Maryjane (1968), which includes party extra Floyd Mutrux in an acting role.

Episode 10: BIRTH OF A BOOK

Episode 10: BIRTH OF A BOOK

 

Nick Levin, son of Ira Levin, discusses the conception and writing of the novel “Rosemary’s Baby,” including a surprising possible inspiration for Minnie, and some alien origins.

 

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Rosemary’s Baby Album

 

The cover of the first edition of “Rosemary’s Baby.”

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The lamp near Rosemary’s bed which, as discussed, almost seems to reflect the Alwyn, a famous building in New York City that was part of the inspiration for the Bramford.

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From my visit, a copy of the first edition of “Rosemary’s Baby” with a reader review, sent to Ira Levin.

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From my visit, Ira Levin’s personal copy of “Dracula.” The Bramford is  named after Bram Stoker.

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A bio from the Playbill from Levin’s 1962 play “General Seeger.” It mentions that he is working on a novel called “In a Dark Tower.” This was the working title for “Rosemary’s Baby” at its inception.

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From Nick Levin’s collection. The novel “Secret Ceremony” was deemed “More haunting than Rosemary’s Baby.” The film version starred Mia Farrow and was released the same year as “Rosemary’s Baby,” in a rush to capitalize on the former’s success.

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Promotional photos from a filmed version of the Ira Levin 1954 short story “The Underground Gourmet,” which featured the devil as a character. The story was shot for the General Electric Theater on CBS television, and starred Ronald Reagan, Sid Caesar, and Patricia Barry.

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Episode 9: CALL BEELZEBUB, NOT YOUR AUNT FANNY

Episode 9: CALL BEELZEBUB, NOT YOUR AUNT FANNY

 

Father David Mowry gives us the deets on Satan, Beelzebub, the Antichrist, and how the world will end, and we ponder the pixie haircut.

 

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Vidal Sassoon gives Mia a trim.

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Episode 8: DEMONOGENESIS

Episode 8: DEMONOGENESIS

 

Science journalist Corey Powell discusses the science of breeding humans with Satan and other human experiments that are nearly as scary, but actually happened.

 

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Van Johnson, Mia Farrow, Joan Crawford, and Roman Polanski.

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Guy’s latest memorable gesture.

 

My article about human chimeras in Discover Magazine.

 

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Episode 7: SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL

Episode 7: SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL

 

Musician, writer and scholar Nikolas Schreck discusses the history of Satan in cinema, his relationship with Anton LaVey and, as a former confidant to Manson, questions Helter Skelter.

 

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The Hollywood Reporter article in which an associate of Sebring suggests that Sebring knew Manson, and that the murders were a drug deal gone bad.

 

Nikolas Schreck produced Christopher Lee’s first album, “Christopher Lee Sings Devils, Rogues, and Other Villains” (1996)

 

“The Seventh Victim” (1943)

 

“Haxan” (1922) (full movie)

 

“The Black Cat” (1934) (full movie)

 

“The Devil Rides Out” aka “The Devil’s Bride”  (1968) (full movie)

 

“The Magician” (1926) (full movie)

 

“Cures of the Demon” aka “Night of the Demon” (1957)

 

“Eye of the Devil” aka “Thirteen” with Sharon Tate (1966)

 

 

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Episode 6: THE MOUSE BITES

Episode 6: THE MOUSE BITES

 

New Yorker cartoonist Joe Dator and cinephile Megan Dooley taste the mousse for chalkiness, get dizzy and float on a mattress in their hostess pajamas, and we wrap up our discussion about Mia and Woody to absolutely no one’s satisfaction.

 

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The 1964 Zenith LPS80 4-speed automatic stereo record player

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The last box of mousse mix from a food mart in Queens

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Babi Christina Engelhardt’s exposé on Woody Allen in The Hollywood Reporter.

 

From a memoir by one of the nannies, Kristine Groteke, Mia & Woody: Love and Betrayal (1994), revealing some of the inconsistency in Dylan’s reporting of the event. (Not mentioned during the podcast.)

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Episode 5: THE MAKINGS OF MIA

Episode 5: THE MAKINGS OF MIA

 

Writer and host of the Night Call podcast Molly Lambert discusses morality in Hollywood, Ms. Mia’s life story, and why Dino was actually cooler than Sinatra.

 

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DYLAN FARROW ABUSE ACCUSATION LINKS

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Mia’s Story, Vanity Fair, November, 1992

Woody Allen, 60 Minutes, November 22, 1992

Nanny Casts Doubt on Farrow Charges, Los Angeles Times, February 2, 1993

Excerpt of the Yale-New Haven Hospital Child Sex Abuse Clinic Evaluation, March 17, 1993

Allen v. Farrow Custody Ruling, New York Supreme Court, June 7, 1993 (scroll down for full document)

Interview with Woody Allen, Time Magazine, Walter Isaacson, June 24, 2001

Momma Mia!, Vanity Fair, October 23, 2013

The Woody Allen Allegations: Not So Fast, Robert B. Weide, Daily Beast, January 27, 2014

An Open Letter From Dylan Farrow, The New York Times, February 1, 2014

Woody Allen Speaks Out, The New York Times, February 7, 2014

10 Undeniable Facts About the Woody Allen Case, Vanity Fair, February 7, 2014

My Father, Woody Allen, and the Dangers of Questions Unasked, Ronan Farrow, The Hollywood Reporter, May 11, 2016

Why Has the #MeToo Revolution Spared Woody Allen?, Dylan Farrow, Los Angeles Times, December 7, 2017

Interview with Dylan Farrow, CBS This Morning, January 18, 2018

A Timeline, The New York Times, January 31, 2018

A Son Speaks Out, Moses Farrow blog post, May 23, 2018

 

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Episode 4: PROFILES IN SATANISM

Episode 4: PROFILES IN SATANISM

 

The hosts of the Profiles in Eccentricity podcast, John Fahy, Aaron Pita, and Matt Brousseau, discuss famous Satanists, authentic hand gestures, and we sip the Vodka Blush.

 

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The Aleister Crowley episode of “Profiles in Eccentricity”

 

The hand gesture of note.

 

The Church of Satan’s recipe for a Vodka Blush.

 

Judge for yourself…

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Bonus: DOCTOR SLEEP REVIEW

Bonus: DOCTOR SLEEP REVIEW

 

New Yorker cartoonist Joe Dator helps review the sequel to “The Shining,” Mike Flanagan’s “Doctor Sleep.” We begin with a spoiler-free review and then get carried away and pick apart, scene by scene, the entire movie. If you’d rather not fork over the $15 for a ticket, this episode is for you!

 

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My set-up for recording the podcast while in Los Angeles.

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Episode 3: THE BABY GOES DOWN THE DRAIN

Episode 3: THE BABY GOES DOWN THE DRAIN

 

Gaylord Fields from WFMU experiences the movie for the first time. With Megan Dooley, we discuss an amazing spin-off song, cute old people, and argue about Terry’s death.

 

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The incredible ‘Pray for Rosemary’s Baby” by Chuck Stephens.

 

Ruth Gordon selling Suburu Brats.

 

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Episode 2: LOOK WHAT’S HAPPENED TO JOHN CASSAVETES’ SNEAKERS

Episode 2: LOOK WHAT’S HAPPENED TO JOHN CASSAVETES’ SNEAKERS

 

Kill By Kill podcast’s Gena Radcliffe stops by, along with Megan Dooley, to discuss cannibals, awkward sex, and the infamous TV movie “Look What’s Happened to Rosemary’s Baby.”

 

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Gena Radcliffe’s essay on the TV movie can be found here.

 

The entire movie! For free!

 

Van Halen “Hot for Teacher” (Waldo Rosemary-look-alike shot at 0:50.)

 

The “Dawn of the Dead” (2014) baby zombie scene. (Baby at 5:40.)

 

Possible portraits of Rosemary’s Baby:

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The Projection Booth episode on “Rosemary’s Baby” with your host can be found here.

 

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Episode 1: WELCOME TO THE BRAMFORD

Episode 1: WELCOME TO THE BRAMFORD

 

New Yorker cartoonist Joe Dator and cinephile Megan Dooley discuss The Dakota, full-body-experience cinema, and Mr. Nicklas’s fingers.

 

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Bob Odenkirk doing a Robert Evans impersonation on Mr. Show.

 

The crabs that hold up Cleopatra’s Needle in Central Park.

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A menu from the old Times Square restaurant, The Californian.

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Image of the Dakota with ice skaters in Central Park, circa 1890.

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Your host’s website. For hire! Writes and edits!

 

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Episode 0 Pt 2: POLANSKI’S LIFE & FILMS

Episode 0 Pt 2: POLANSKI’S LIFE & FILMS

 

The good, the bad, the Polanski. Cinephile Megan Dooley joins in a roller-coaster-ride discussion of the life and films of Roman Polanski. In the tradition of the director himself, no punches are pulled!

 

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A video compilation of some of Polanski’s less great moments as director.

 

The lovely Emmanuelle Seigner.

 

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Episode 0 Pt 1: THE CONTROVERSY

Episode 0 Pt 1: THE CONTROVERSY

 

Cinephile Megan Dooley joins in the discussion of the Polanski controversy: his rape case and additional accusations. Is it even okay to produce a podcast examining his movies? Includes a detailed discussion of the famous case.

 

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Back cover of “Roman” by Roman Polanski (1984)

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Charlotte Lewis discussing her accusations against Polanski

 

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BONUS: The Treatment

BONUS: The Treatment

 

New Yorker cartoonist Joe Dator and cinephile Megan Dooley join in a reading of the original treatment—before any script draft was written—of Kubrick’s The Shining. It is quite different from the novel and the movie, so hunker down for some story time. Bathroom break included.

 

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BONUS: “Dr. Strangelove” Roundtable

BONUS: “Dr. Strangelove” Roundtable

 

A roundtable discussion of Kubrick’s 1964 film with science writer Corey Powell of Bill Nye’s Science Rules! podcast, Renan Borelli of the Kubrickcast and Enter the Void podcasts, and New Yorker cartoonist and friend of the podcast Joe Dator.

 

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BONUS: 2001 Roundtable +Sci-Fi discussion

BONUS: 2001 Roundtable +Sci-Fi discussion

 

A roundtable discussion of 2001: A Space Odyssey with Vanity Fair’s Bruce Handy, science writer Corey Powell, and The Pink Smoke’s Chris Funderburg, plus an interview with Georgia Tech’s history of sci-fi professor Lisa Yaszek.

 

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Episode 55: THE SÉANCE with Joe Dator and Megan Dooley

Episode 55: THE SÉANCE with Joe Dator and Megan Dooley

 

Joe Dator and Megan Dooley help wrap up the movie, discussing the credits, and we finally figure out who is haunting the podcast via a séance.

 

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Episode 54: THE FAMILY BUSINESS with Katharina Kubrick

Episode 54: THE FAMILY BUSINESS with Katharina Kubrick

 

Stanley’s daughter Katharina Kubrick discusses life at home, working for dad, and Mr. and Mrs. Kubrick waltzing in front of the TV.

 

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Jaws from The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), teeth designed by Katharina Kubrick

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Stanley’s favorite cat Polly, as painted by Katharina and seen in Eyes Wide Shut.

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“Onions” by Katharina Kubrick

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One of Christiane Kubrick’s paintings in the background of Eyes Wide Shut.

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Painting by Christiane Kubrick

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Episode 53: STEADI OPERATOR with inventor and camera operator Garrett Brown

Episode 53: STEADI OPERATOR with inventor and camera operator Garrett Brown

 

Garrett Brown discusses his invention, the Steadicam, his experience filming the iconic scenes of The Shining, and takes a subway ride with Stanley.

 

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Garrett Brown’s Oscar-winning work on the Steadicam in Bound for Glory (1976)

 

Brown’s Steadicam work in Marathon Man (1976)

 

Brown’s Steadicam work in Rocky (1976)

 

 

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Episode 52: REAL HORROR with Kerri Rawson, author of “A Serial Killer’s Daughter”

Episode 52: REAL HORROR with Kerri Rawson, author of “A Serial Killer’s Daughter”

 

Kerri Rawson, daughter of the BTK serial killer, talks about how her life has intersected with Stephen King, the horror industry, and how her father resembles Jack.

 

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Click below for a documentary about BTK that features Kerri Rawson.

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A Serial Killer’s Daughter: My Story of Faith, Love, and Overcoming by Kerri Rawson on Amazon

 
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Episode 51: DANNYYY!!! with Dan Lloyd, “Danny” from The Shining

Episode 51: DANNYYY!!! with Dan Lloyd, “Danny” from The Shining

 

Dan Lloyd, former child actor, reminisces about playing Danny in The Shining.

 

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Danny the kid

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Dan the adult   (photo by Anthony Taafe)

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Episode 50: OF DOGMEN AND DEATH with cinephile Megan Dooley

Episode 50: OF DOGMEN AND DEATH with cinephile Megan Dooley

 

Megan Dooley stops by for one of the most action-packed segments of the movie, discussing how Hallorann’s death was originally shot, that strange costume, and who the heck those weirdoes are in the bedroom.

 

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A still from an outtake that reflects the original Nosferatu (1922)

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Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922)

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The Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour costumes

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Receipt for the Beatles’ costumes from Theatre-Zoo

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Still from Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange (1971)

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Stills from the Pathe newsreel on The Theatre-Zoo

 

Pathe newsreel covering The Theatre-Zoo costume and mask shop (1956)

 

Pathe newsreel covering The Theatre-Zoo costume and mask shop (1968)

 

From the call sheet for the “dog man” shot (with much thanks to Howard Berry!!)

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Episode 49: CAN’T WATCH, LITERALLY with Andy Newman from The New York Times and Fran Pado from Goddess

Episode 49: CAN’T WATCH, LITERALLY with Andy Newman from The New York Times and Fran Pado from Goddess

 

Andy Newman from The New York Times and performer Fran Pado discuss Hallorann’s death fixation, validate “redrum” as a gimmick, and bonus: We have our first guest who was too scared to make it through the movie!

 

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A free version of The Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan’s Island can be found here (click on lower movie link).

 

Early Scatman Crothers, Yes, Sir, Mr. Bones (1951)

 

More early Scatman!

 

Horror film in which Fran makes an appearance.

 

You can see Fran here at exactly 1:09, on the right.

 

A Scary Santas compilation I put together.

 

A transcribed (with clips) version of my Kevin Geek’s Out presentation on The Meaning of Christmas.

 

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Episode 48: HEEERE’S SHINING SECRETS with Pixar’s Lee Unkrich

Episode 48: HEEERE’S SHINING SECRETS with Pixar’s Lee Unkrich

 

Oscar-winning filmmaker Lee Unkrich discusses his upcoming book on The Shining, deleted scenes, and reveals the actor who was supposed to play Lloyd.

 

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The ax scene in Sjöström’s The Phantom Carriage (1921)

 

The ax scene in D.W. Griffith’s Broken Blossoms (1919) is from 1:17:00 until 1:18:05

 

 

Mental Floss’s Nine The Shining References Buried in Pixar Films

 

SlashFilm’s Pixar’s Coco is filled with The Shining References

 

Lee Unkrich’s amazing website The Overlook Hotel    [EDIT: NOW TAKEN DOWN]

 

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Episode 47: MURDER BACKWARDS with Joe Dator from The New Yorker

Episode 47: MURDER BACKWARDS with Joe Dator from The New Yorker

 

The New Yorker‘s Joe Dator is back to discuss movie prequel The Overlook, other unmade Kubrick scripts, Pogo the Clown, and the regenerative properties of kids.

 

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Stanley Kubrick operating the camera for the first ax scene, outside the caretaker’s apartment.

 

Script for Napoleon

 

Script for The German Lieutenant

 

Script for Lunatic at Large

 

A cartoon from The New Yorker by our guest, Joe Dator.

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Episode 46: STANLEY SEMITIC with author Nathan Abrams

Episode 46: STANLEY SEMITIC with author Nathan Abrams

 

Jewish film scholar Nathan Abrams discusses the Jewishness of Kubrick, his Nazi family connections, and the lost script Burning Secret.

 

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Guest Nathan Abrams’ article in The Forward about the Jewishness of 2001: A Space Odyssey

 

 

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Episode 45: UNLOCKING JACK with horror director Vincenzo Natali

Episode 45: UNLOCKING JACK with horror director Vincenzo Natali

 

Director Vincenzo Natali discusses the surprising Canadian-ness of The Shining, the business of horror, and his own King adaptation.

 

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Alex Colville painting, Horse and Train, found in the Torrance’s Boulder apartment

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Alex Colville painting, Woman and Terrier, found in the Torrance’s Boulder apartment

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Alex Colville painting, Moon and Cow, found on the stairway as Wendy climbs near the end of the film

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Alex Colville painting, Dog, Boy and St. John River, found in room 237

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Article about Canadian artist Alex Colville in Unwinnable

 

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Episode 44: SHINING VIRGINS with Gaylord Fields from WFMU

Episode 44: SHINING VIRGINS with Gaylord Fields from WFMU

 

Gaylord Fields watches The Shining for the first time and discusses his aversion to horror, the Magical Black Man, and the alarming lack of winter coats at The Overlook.

 

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Gaylord’s legendary talk on fake Beatles

 

Trailer for Matinee (1993)

 

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Episode 43: HURTING REAL BAD with cinephile Megan Dooley

Episode 43: HURTING REAL BAD with cinephile Megan Dooley

 

Megan Dooley is back to discuss Stanley vs. Winkle, old-timey cinema, and personal horror stories, including a monster sarcoma.

 

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Photos from my visit to The Cinema Museum, London

 

Possibly the oldest of Willis O’Brien’s animations (1915).

 

Armature of one of the ape puppets from King Kong (1933)

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Blood Freak (1972)

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Episode 42: GIVING HIM THE BAT with Kubrick historian Howard Berry

Episode 42: GIVING HIM THE BAT with Kubrick historian Howard Berry

 

Elstree historian Howard Berry discusses secrets from the Archive, fantasy films at Elstree, and that Kubrick cameo in Eyes Wide Shut.

 

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A tour of Elstree and Kubrick’s old neighborhood with Howie Berry.

 

Filming from one angle of the famous stairs scene.

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Howie’s Elstree Project YouTube page:

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