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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 116- Boxcar Bertha Slaughter.

2013-06-15 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For 116 I look at the first two R Rated movies I ever saw. I snuck into them, pretending to be 18 when I was actually 15 at the Regal Cinema in Liverpool NSW. The movies are Martin Scorsese’s second feature film, the 1972 AIP flick, Boxcar Bertha starring Barbara Hershey and David Carradine Also, the 1972 blaxploitation flick Slaughter starring Jim Brown, Stella Stevens and an over the top Rip Torn. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 115 - The Mask Of Hudson Hawk

2013-05-19 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time around, Rupert Pupkin and I shoot the shit about two very different movies: 1944’s The Mask Of Dimitrios starring Peter Lorre, Sydney Greenstreet and Zachary Scott. We then zip-pan to one of the two great movies Bruce Willis did in 1991, Hudson Hawk. As usual Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 309-4864. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 114 - The Criminal Modesty Blaise

2013-04-21 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema 114, I look at two movies directed by Joseph Losey. In the 1960 prison film The Criminal, Stanley Baker goes up against the system. In the 1966 Eurospy spoof Modesty Blaise, the style is much greater than the substance, and Dirk Bogarde steals the show. Emails to kultguru@gmail.com and the new voicemail number is  (206) 309-4864. Enjoy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 113 - Guys And Dolls Paint Your Wagon

2013-03-23 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For 113 I look at a couple of musicals in which non-singing actors sing. The actors are Clint Eastwood, Lee Marvin and Marlon Brando and the movies are 1955’s Guys And Dolls and 1969’s bloated, over the top musical Paint Your Wagon. Feedback to kultguru@gmail.com please. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 112 - Seven Men From Now Ride Lonesome

2013-02-23 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For Double One Two I discover and delight in two of Budd Boetticher and Randolph Scott’s ’s Ranown Cycle Westerns, 1956’s Seven Men From Now and 1959’s Ride Lonesome. These movies are westerns distilled to a fine essence. Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 111 - Music and A Surprise

2013-01-26 :: Terry Frost

This time around, another lot of the music I like and a little surprise at the end which has to do with my new project. Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. Also you can visit The Paleo-Cinema Cafe on Facebook. [...]…

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Reupload of Paleo-Cinema 98

2013-01-03 :: Terry Frost

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Reupload of Paleo-Cinema 97

2013-01-03 :: Terry Frost

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Reuploads of missing podcasts #1

2013-01-02 :: Terry Frost

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 110 - The History of Rod Taylor

2012-12-30 :: Terry Frost

This time around I look at the career and life of Rod Taylor from King Of The Coral Sea, through The Time Machine all the way to Inglorious Basterds. Feedback is always welcome: Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 109 - The Rocking Horse Fountainhead Winner

2012-12-01 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For 109 I look at two films from 1949 - the silly Objectivist pot-boiler The Fountainhead starring Gary Cooper and Patricia Neal and a much better British film, The Rocking Horse Winner starring John Mills, Valerie Hobson and John Howard Davies. There’s also the news that Paleo-Cinema was reviewed by The Onion AV Club, and it’s a good one. Email: kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 108 - Under The Milk Wood Of Pitiless Time

2012-11-04 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For Paleo-Cinema Podcast 108 I explore my Welsh ancestry with a squizz at 1972’s Under Milk Wood starring Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor and Peter O’Toole, based on the radio play by Dylan Thomas. This is followed by a tight, well-scripted and brilliantly acted but little known British crime drama from 1957, Time Without Pity starring Michael Redgrave, Leo McKern and Lois Maxwell. There’s feedback, too. Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 107- Chatting With Dr Zom.

2012-10-06 :: Terry Frost
Length: 2s

In Paleo-Cinema 107, Dr Zom and I talk movies, Burt Lancaster, celebrity entitlement, whether scientific accuracy is important in science fiction movies and a tonne of other issues. It’s a long one, but a lot of fun.  Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. Or you can leave a voicemail message at paleo-cinema.com by clicking the widget on the right side of the webpage. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 106- Private Hell 36/ Witness For The Prosecution

2012-09-08 :: Terry Frost

For 106 I look at the Don Siegal 1954 film noir, Private Hell 36, starring Ida Lupino, Howard Duff and Steve Cochrane. To match it, we have Billy Wilder’s 1957 adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1925 story and 1953 stage play, Witness For The Prosecution starring Charles Laughton, Tyrone Power, Elsa Lanchester and Marlene Dietrich. This episode also celebrates Paleo-Cinema’s 5th Anniversary. iTunes reviews are welcome and feedback is especially welcome. [...]…

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A Public Service Announcement from the Management of Paleo-Cinema

2012-08-24 :: Terry Frost

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 105 - Night Moves/ Ice Cold In Alex

2012-08-10 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For 105 Maurice from Love That Album Podcast and I talk about the 1975 neo-noir film Night Moves with Gene Hackman, Susan Clark, Melanie Griffith and James Woods and the half-forgotten WW2 classic, Ice Cold In Alex starring John Mills, Sylvia Sims, Harry Andrews and Anthony Quayle. We also divert a bit and talk a little about bestiality, but in a very nice way. Feedback is always welcome and emails or recorded mp3 comments can be sent to kultguru@gmail.com. iTunes reviews are also groovy. The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 104 - Mondo Connery

2012-07-14 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time around I look at two interesting movies that Sean Connery made in the middle of the Bond films. The 1966 comedy A Fine Madness also starring Joanne Woodward and Jean Seberg and the tough, gritty World War 2 movie from 1965 The Hill also starring Harry Andrews, Ian Bannen, Ian Henry, Ossie Davis and Michael Redgrave. Link for the Forgotten Horrors Podcast And don’t forget the email address: kultguru@gmail.com. The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. [...]…

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The Martian Drive In Podcast #3: The 4D Idiocracy

2012-07-01 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

In this one, Paul Poulton and myself chew the fat about the 1959 science fiction thriller < a href=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/4D_Man>The 4D Man starring Robert Lansing and Lee Merewether and the 2006 political science fiction satire, Idiocracy starring Luke Wilson and Maya Rudolph.Also, I’ve sent a shout out to designers to assist with a Martian Drive In Logo. Prize is a box of DVDs and Blu-Rayz. Voicemail can be sent to (206) 203 3299 and emails or mp3 voicemails to kultguru@gmail.com.  iTunes reviews are welcome. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema 103 - Meteorological Musicals

2012-06-16 :: Terry Frost

This time around, I talk about 1943’s Stormy Weather, which has one of the best dance sequences ever filmed, and the 1955 MGM musical It’s Always Fair Weather with Gene Kelly, Cyd Charisse, Michael Kidd, Dan Dailey and Dolores Gray. . Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. iTunes reviews are welcome. [...]…

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The Martian Drive In Podcast #2 - The Triangle of Privilege

2012-06-03 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For the second MDIP, Rob Jan from Zero G at 3RRR Community Radio joins me to talk about Peter Watkins’ 1967 science fiction film Privilege and an interesting time-travel/horror/character piece from 2009, Christopher Smith’s Triangle. To give feedback, email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 203 3299. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 102 - Ritter-Laughton-Williamson-Boyd

2012-05-19 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For Paleo-Cinema 102 I talk about four of my favourite olde tyme movie actors: Thelma Ritter, Charles Laughton, Nicol Williamson and Stephen Boyd. And there is feedback too. Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. iTunes reviews always welcome. [...]…

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The Martian Drive In Podcast #1

2012-05-06 :: Terry Frost

For the first of the new podcasts, I look at the 1964 Steampunkesque “First Men In the Moon” starring Edward Judd, Lionel Jeffries and Martha Hyer and the 1968 George Pal produced movie “The Power” starring George Hamilton, Suzanne Pleshette and Michael Rennie.  Email:kultguru@gmail.com. The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 101 - Music Once Again

2012-04-29 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time, another music cast. Eclectic and weird stuff from my collection, including a sick and twisted song I almost wasn’t going to include. Email: kultguru@gmail.com. The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 100- From Dr No With Love

2012-04-15 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

In the big 100th Podcast celebrations I look at the two seminal Bond films, 1962’s Dr No and 1963’s From Russia With Love. Also, lots of feedback love, listener questions read out to me by Sal and more fun than anything you can do with your pants zipped. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 99 - Gabriel While The City Sleeps

2012-04-01 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For the lead up to Paleo-Cinema Podcast 100 - I look at Fritz Lang’s 1956 drama “While The City Sleeps” with Dana Andrews, Vincent Price, Ida Lupino & Howard Duff and the weirdly fascistic and prophetic 1933 pre-Code political drama “Gabriel Over The White House”. Get your comments and best wishes in for the big 100 to kultguru@gmail.com. [...]…

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Films With Frost - It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World

2012-03-25 :: Terry Frost

For this one, Ivor Cole and I do a comedy. The ensemble road movie from 1963, It’s A Mad Mad Mad Mad World. Enjoy! [...]…

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Films With Frost - Nightmare Alley

2012-03-25 :: Terry Frost

This time, Ivor Cole and I share our thoughts on 1947’s Nightmare Alley starring Tyrone Power and Joan Blondell. [...]…

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Films With Frost - All About Eve

2012-03-25 :: Terry Frost

This time, I share another one of the radio segments I did with Ivor Cole at ABC Local Radio Darwin. It’s All About Eve starring Bette Davis, George Sanders and Ann Baxter. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 98 - Phantom Lady Panics In The Streets

2012-03-18 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For this one, I continue the A-Z Project, the letter P. I look at Phantom Lady from 1944, and Panic In The Streets from 1950. iTunes reviews are welcome. Email kultguru@gmail.com for feedback. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 97 - The Valley of The Pleasure Seekers

2012-03-04 :: Terry Frost
Length: 2s

For this one, Dr Zom drops in so that we can get in touch with our feminist side and look at two 1960s chick flicks: the remake of Three Coins In The Fountain known as “The Pleasure Seekers” with Ann-Margret, Pamela Tiffin and Carol Lynley and then we go sleaze-side for 1967’s “The Valley Of The Dolls” with Sharon Tate, Patty Duke and Barbara Parkin, and some dudes. iTunes reviews are always welcome. Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 96 - More Waffling, With Sal Included

2012-02-18 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time around, I catch up with Sal in the back garden for a chat, waffle about movies and there is also feedback. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 95 - Ocean’s Overlanders.

2012-02-05 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

For this very special episode of Paleo-Cinema Podcast, we go from the epic tale of a 1,500 mile cattle drive during World War 2 in Northern Australia to Atomic Age Suavity in Las Vegas. The Overlanders (1946) starring Chips Rafferty and 1,000 cattle is the first Ealing film lensed in Australia. Ocean’s Eleven (1960) was an excuse for The Rat Pack to hang out, drink and get laid. Email: kultguru@gmail.com. The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 94 - Waffling About Movies With No Particular Direction

2012-01-21 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time, I just waffle about movies again. Good cinema experiences, which films I’m looking forward to in 2012 and other bits of general chat. Don’t forget Paleo-Cinema Cafe on Facebook, emails to kultguru@gmail.com. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 93- I’m As Mad As Hell And I See A Barefoot Boy With A Dog…

2012-01-07 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time, I look at the best film Tyrone Power ever made, the 1947 Film Noir classic, Nightmare Alley and the prophetic 1976 rant against the cruelty and greed of the television industry, Network, starring Peter Finch, William Holden, Faye Dunaway and Robert Duvall. We also have feedback from the usual suspects. Go to The Paleo-Cinema Cafe on Facebook to hang out, or email kultguru@gmail.com for leaving comments. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 92 - Shooting The Shit with Paul Poulton.

2011-12-21 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time, I have an Australian guest, Paul Poulton - costumer and steampunk aficionado well before it was fashionable. Just general waffling about movies, and I do my version of the James Lipton/ Bernard Pivot ten questions and then at the end, there’s another one of my ABC Local Radio Darwin chats with Ivor Cole, this time about The Young Girls of Rochefort. Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. [...]…

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Films With Frost - The Big Knife

2011-12-13 :: Terry Frost

Here’s the first of the movie chats I do with Ivor Cole at ABC Local Radio Darwin. In this one, we discuss Robert Aldrich’s The Big Knife. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 91- M For Mabuse

2011-12-10 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1s

This time I’m examining the career of the evil Dr Mabuse, from his origins in the German Weimar Republic in the 1920s to the 1990s when Claude Chabrol made a film about the first real super-villain.  Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. Or stop by [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 90 - The Life And Death Of Laura Hunt

2011-11-27 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema Podcast 90, The A-Z Project hits the letter L. The movies this time are Laura (1944) and the Powell and Pressburger classic, The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943). Between them, almost four hours of filmic goodness. iTunes reviews are welcome and other podcasts please send promos. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 89 - The Killers Times Two.

2011-11-12 :: Terry Frost

This time around, I talk about two movies based on Ernest Hemingway’s story, The Killers. The 1946 version (directed by Robert Siodmak) which showcased the debut performance of Burt Lancaster and the 1964 version (directed by Don Siegel) which showcased the final performance of Ronald Reagan. . Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. iTunes reviews are always welcome. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 88 - Waffling Through The Years 1957-1975

2011-10-29 :: Terry Frost

This time I waffle about movies from 1957-1975 picking a movie a year, sometimes more. It is an experimental divergence from the usual stuff, but we’ll see how it goes. . Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. iTunes reviews are welcome. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 87 - Le Jour De Johnny Guitar

2011-10-17 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema 87, the A-Z Project continues.  I talk about Nicholas Ray’s 1954 Western with a subtext about the McCarthy Era and HUAC, Johnny Guitar, starring Sterling Hayden and Joan Crawford and Jacques Tati’s 1948 look at a rural French postman, Jour de fête. Emails to: kultguru@gmail.com, the voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440, iTunes reviews are welcome and there’s a PayPal donate button at paleo-cinema.com. . [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 86 - Two Weeks On Another Set.

2011-10-03 :: Terry Frost

For 86 Dr Zom and I take a look at The Set (1970) an Australian film ahead of its’ time in portraying gay characters in positive ways, and the 1962 story of Hollywood movie makers making a film in Italy, Vincente Minnelli’s Two Weeks In Another Town, starring Kirk Douglas, Edward G. Robinson, Cyd Charisse and George Hamilton. iTunes reviews are always welcome, and there’s a paypal donate button at http://paleo-cinema.com.  Emails feedback: kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 85 - I Walked With A Zombie In A Lonely Place

2011-09-17 :: Terry Frost

For the 4th Birthday podcast, I look at Nicholas Ray’s “In A Lonely Place” starring Humphrey Bogart and Gloria Grahame and the classic Val Lewton/ Jacques Tourneur movie, “I Walked With A Zombie”. . Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. Reviews in iTunes and anywhere else you like, would be nice, too. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 84 - Music Is Like Movies For Your Ears.

2011-09-03 :: Terry Frost

This time, it’s another music podcast. Lots of groovy and weird stuff. Next time, it’s back to the movies, Don’t forget, the voicemail like is (US)(206) 350-5440, leave reviews on iTunes and comments to kultguru@gmail.com. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 83 - House Of The Bamboo Hustler

2011-08-20 :: Terry Frost

The Paleo-Cinema Podcast A-Z Project has reached the Letter H, and following requests for more Samuel Fuller movies, I’ve gone with one I’ve watched for the first time, the 1955 thriller House Of Bamboo starring Robert Ryan, Robert Stack, Shirley Yamaguchi and Cameron Mitchell followed by a classic of cool cinema, 1961’s The Hustler starring Paul Newman, Jackie Gleason, George C. Scott and Piper Laurie in her Oscar nominated performance. Don’t forget to give feedback and/or write iTunes reviews. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 82 - The Ginger Trilogy

2011-08-06 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema Podcast 82 we look at The Ginger Trilogy, Ginger (1971), The Abductors (1972) and Girls Are For Loving (1973). Low-budget drive-in programmers with nudity, bondage, calypso music and the New Jersey Turnpike. And don’t forget, iTunes reviews are welcome and the website http://paleo-cinema.com has links to other podcasts and blogs and a PayPal donation button. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 81 - Banning The Hotel With Dr Zom - Part Deux

2011-07-25 :: Terry Frost

This time, we have a guest on Paleo-Cinema, the inestimable Doctor Zom skypes in to chat with me about two films from 1967. Hotel, starring Rod Taylor, Catherine Spaak, Karl Malden and Michael Rennie and Banning starring Robert Wagner, Jill St John, Anjanette Comer and Susan Clark. This one is in two parts - so download twice the filmic goodness. iTunes reviews are always welcome. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 81 - Banning The Hotel With Dr Zom.

2011-07-24 :: Terry Frost

This time, we have a guest on Paleo-Cinema, the inestimable Doctor Zom skypes in to chat with me about two films from 1967. Hotel, starring Rod Taylor, Catherine Spaak, Karl Malden and Michael Rennie and Banning starring Robert Wagner, Jill St John, Anjanette Comer and Susan Clark. This one is in two parts - so download twice the filmic goodness. iTunes reviews are always welcome. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 80 - Flight of the Fahrenheit.

2011-07-09 :: Terry Frost

This time around, it’s the Paleo-Cinema A-Z Project “F” podcast. The Flight Of The Phoenix (1965) and Francois Truffaut’s (1966) adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. We also have feedback. Don’t forget, iTunes reviews. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 79 - The Eiger Without A Face

2011-06-24 :: Terry Frost

In Paleo-Cinema Podcast 79, I look at The Eiger Sanction (1975) starring and directed by Clint Eastwood and one of the classics of horror cinema, Georges Franju’s 1960 masterpiece Les Yeux Sans Visage (Eyes Without A Face). Please add a review at iTunes and Podcast Alley. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 78 - Duck Soup D.O.A.

2011-06-08 :: Terry Frost

This time around, in the Paleo-Cinema A-Z Project, we’re hitting the D’s, being The Four Marx Brothers in 1933’s Duck Soup and from 1950, one of the greatest low budget films noir, D.O.A. starring Edmond O’Brien. Here’s the archive.org link to download D.O.A. (Free Download). [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 77 - Charly and Coffy

2011-05-28 :: Terry Frost

This time around I have a chat with Sal about nothing in particular and I look at the 1973 Blaxploitation movie Coffy starring Pam Grier and the Oscar winning 1968 science fiction film, Charly starring Cliff Robertson. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 76 The Bell Book And Candle Of Blood.

2011-05-14 :: Terry Frost

This time around, I’m going into the territory of Machete Maidens Unleashed! and looking at The Brides of Blood - The first of the Blood Island trilogy starring Kent Taylor, John Ashley and Beverly Powers for some low budget monster action, then over to the witchy beatnik side of things for Bell, Book and Candle starring James Stewart and Kim Novak. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 75 - All About Alphaville

2011-04-30 :: Terry Frost

To start the A-Z Project in Paleo-Cinema Podcast, I’m looking at Jean-Luc Godard’s surrealistic science fiction dystopia movie from 1965 Alphaville and Joseph L. Mankiewicz’s 1950 classic, nominated for 14 Academy Awards, All About Eve. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 74 Cast A Deadly Odd Man Out.

2011-04-16 :: Terry Frost

For numero setenta y cuatro, I look at the 1991 HBO Fantasy Film Noir, Cast A Deadly Spell starring Fred Ward, Julianne Moore and Clancy Brown, then going from gumshoes and witchcraft to the mean streets of Northern Ireland we segue to Carol Reed’s 1947 Anglo-Irish film noir, Odd Man Out starring James Mason, Cyril Cusack and Dan O’Herlihy. Click here to watch for David Guglielmo’s Spaghetti Western influenced revenge flick short film - Damn Your Eyes [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 73 - Frank, Vlad and Larry

2011-04-02 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema 73 I’m taking up a challenge to look at slightly earlier films, so this time it’s the big three of Universal Horror Movie monsters. First, Tod Browning’s 1931 Dracula starring Bela Lugosi, then James Whale’s Frankenstein which made Boris Karloff a household name in every mortuary in the World and lastly, the tragic tale of Larry Talbot, 1941’s The Wolf Man. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 72 - The Music One So I Can Go On Vacation

2011-03-17 :: Terry Frost

This time, it’s time for platters that matter and that fantastic black plastic. While I drink cocktails out of coconuts and then visit the Mad Max Museum in Silverton, you can listen to weird sounds I have found on the internet. Voicemail number: (206) 350-5440. Emails: kultguru@gmail.com and if you like, throw a review in the direction of iTunes. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 71 - Tough Guys Take On The Mob

2011-03-05 :: Terry Frost

This time, it’s tough fuckers all the way. We start with Henry Silva’s relentless vendetta-wreaking mafiosi in 1964’s Johnny Cool. Then we follow with the John Boorman directed crime masterpiece, Point Blank starring Lee Marvin and Angie Dickinson. Don’t forget to send voicemails to (206) 350-5440 and leave a comment on iTunes, please. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 70 - L’Homme De Sheila

2011-02-19 :: Terry Frost

For the 70th Paleo-Cinema Podcast we have the smooth, smart mystery thriller The Last of Sheila starring James Coburn, James Mason, Raquel Welch, Ian McShane, Dyann Cannon, Joan Hackett and Richard Benjamin, written by Anthony (Psycho) Perkins and Stephen (Sweeney Todd) Sondheim. I follow that up with one of the great action films of the 1960s, Phillipe De Broca’s L’Homme De Rio starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Francoise Dorleac, Jean Servais and Adolfo Celi. Enjoy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 69 - Purple Barbarella

2011-02-05 :: Terry Frost

For this very special edition of Paleo-Cinema I’m having a perv at the very successful 1973 Australian sex comedy Alvin Purple - which features an actress who this year is up for an Oscar and stars Graeme Blundell. Add to that a perennial guilty pleasure, the 1968 Science Fantasy (emphasis on Fantasy) Barbarella, starring Jane Fonda, John Phillip Law and Anita Pallenberg. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 68 - Pepe, Paris & The Casbah.

2011-01-21 :: Terry Frost

This time around, one film only which influenced Casablanca, The Third Man and the most romantic character Warner Brothers ever produced. The 1936 (or 1937 depending on the reference book) French romantic drama, Pépé le moko starring Jean Gabin. I also talk about books, floods, drunken actors, The Golden Globes scandal and other things that come up in the voicemails. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 67 - Seven Days To Innocence.

2011-01-08 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema 67 I have a couple of pleasurable flicks to tell you about. Firstly, a very early film (possibly the first) about nuclear terrorism, the 1950 Boulting Brothers thriller Seven Days To Noon starring Paleo-Cinema favourite, Andre Morell, then up to 1972 for a gritty, forgotten spy movie Innocent Bystanders starring Stanley Baker, Donald Pleasance and Geraldine Chaplin. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 66 - The Assassination Of Paradise

2010-12-27 :: Terry Frost

This time around we get our kicks in Paleo-Cinema 66 with an early proto-steampunk extravaganza starring Oliver Reed and Diana Rigg The Assassination Bureau Limited and a look at Queensland politics in the 1980s through a satirical and alternate eye in the AFI winning and almost forgotten whimsy and wonderfulness of Goodbye Paradise starring Ray Barrett and Robyn Nevin. Have a great new year, people. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 65 - Groovy Movie Sounds and Other Oddities.

2010-12-24 :: Terry Frost

Just a quick and sometimes dirty podcast, sharing some of my current music listening. Enjoy and have a happy Newtonmas! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 64 - The Kremlin Drivers

2010-12-11 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema 64 I look at a couple of movies with totally awe-inspiring ensemble casts. Both of them are somewhat obscure and definitely underappreciated. The first is the 1957 gritty Brit drama Hell Drivers starring Stanley Baker, Herbert Lom, Peggy Cummins and Patrick McGoohan and the 1970 brutal spy drama The Kremlin Letter directed by John Huston and starring Patrick O’Neill, Richard Boone and Bibi Andersson. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 63 - The President’s Moonshine

2010-11-27 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema 63 I look at the 1958 Robert Mitchum B-Movie Thunder Road where moonshine runners go up against the US government and corpulent criminals. Also, the Ted Flicker directed 1967 political satire, The President’s Analyst starring James Coburn, Godfrey Cambridge and Severn Darden. Email:kultguru@gmail.com The voicemail number (US) is (206) 350-5440. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 62 - Diabolik Bullitt.

2010-11-13 :: Terry Frost

Style more than substance this time around. I’m looking at a couple of films from 1968. Peter Yates’ Bullitt starring Steve McQueen and Mario Bava’s cult classic, Danger: Diabolik starring John Phillip Law and Marisa Mell. Call (206) 350-5440 to leave a voicemail. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 61 - Don’t Spare The Rod

2010-10-30 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema Podcast 61, I look at the career and to some extent the life of Rod Taylor from his days as a Sydney radio actor in the 1950s to his work with Quentin Tarantino in 2009’s Inglourious Basterds. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 60 - Wrong Is Caligari’s Sin

2010-10-09

For the Three Score podcast we have a psychological, psychiatric horror movie, THE CABINET OF CALIGARI from 1962, a prophetic political satire from 1982, WRONG IS RIGHT and finally, feminism smashes the glass ceiling in the realm of oriental evil geniuses, in 1972’s MADAME SIN. Don’t forget to vote for Paleo-Cinema at Podcast Alley and if you’ve just inherited a couple of gigabux you can make a PayPal donation at Paleo-Cinema’s Website. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 59 Three Strange Cinematic Worlds

2010-09-18 :: Terry Frost

For podcast 59 - I talk about movies that show three different worlds and there’s an interview with me done by Erk of Erk Pod and ChannelErk at Aussiecon 4. In Nothing Lasts Forever (1984), Zach Galligan finds that tramps run the cities of the World and that retired people take buses to the Moon to go shopping. In 99 & 44/100% Dead (1973), Richard Harris is a hit man in a gangster world where Edmond O’Brien & Bradford Dillman fight for control of a city. Finally, in Night of The Eagle a.k.a Burn Witch Burn (1962), rationalist university lecturer Peter Wyngarde discovers that the true nature of the World is not what he thinks it is. This one was nominated for a Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation in 1963. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 58 The Last Fly Victim Programme

2010-08-29 :: Terry Frost

In honour of Aussiecon 4 - the 2010 World Science Fiction convention, this time we’re looking at three science fiction movies from the 1950s, 60s and 70s, starting with the 1958 classic, The Fly starring Vincent Price, Herbert Marshall and David Hedison, then moving into the 1965 grooviness of La Decima Vittima, a.k.a. The Tenth Victim starring Marcello Mastroianni and Ursula Andress and into 1973’s The Final Programme based on a novel by Michael Moorcock starring Jon Finch, Jenny Runacre and Derrick O’Connor. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 57 - The Magnificent Samurai Beyond The Stars Times 7

2010-08-08 :: Terry Frost

While still in the depths of a Melbourne winter, I talk about three movies all with the same story. First off, Akira Kurosawa’s 1954 action masterpiece Seven Samurai, then John Sturges’ iteration, the 1960s western The Magnificent Seven and finally, the Roger Corman produced version, set in outer space, Battle Beyond The Stars. Take note of the new phone number for voicemails or skype to paleocinema to leave comments or use the email address. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 56 - Crooked Reporters And Crooks.

2010-07-18 :: Terry Frost

This time around, we’re looking at the original media circus, Billy Wilder’s 1951 movie Ace In The Hole, also known as The Big Carnival and then move from the Arizona desert to London for Richard Burton’s controversial 1971 crime drama, Villain. Bad Film Diaries - Grant Watson’s movie podcast [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 55 More Singing Actors And Weirdness

2010-07-02 :: Terry Frost

More music madness. Enjoy! [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 54 - 1970s Tough Guys

2010-06-27 :: Terry Frost

For this one, I look at the 1975 Sam Peckinpah movie The Killer Elite (which has been remade this year) and the 1972 crime movie which I consider incredibly underrated, Hickey and Boggs starring Robert Culp and Bill Cosby. Enjoy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 53 - Kiss The Night Tide Off Pinchgut

2010-06-06 :: Terry Frost

Okay, for this one, we’re looking at Dennis Hopper’s first starring role as a sailor who falls in love with a girl who may or may not be a mermaid in the 1961 Curtis Harrington movie Night Tide, move on to more Eurospy silliness in the 1967 film Kiss The Girls And Make Them Die and move on to the last film made by Ealing Studios, 1959’s The Siege of Pinchgut, starring Aldo Ray. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast # 52 The Films of Larry Cohen

2010-05-16 :: Terry Frost

This time I look at the movies of Larry Cohen. From Bone in 1972 to his work on the Masters Of Horror TV show in 2006 he has had his say on issues like racism, police corruption, cannibal monster babies, giant Aztec gods in New York, serial killers dressed as cops, involuntary donor transplants, carnivorous yoghurt and political corruption. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast Now Has Voicemail!

2010-04-25

Yes, we now have an USA voicemail number. It is 206-666-4886. Please leave your voicemail messages there at any time you like. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 51 Tunnels, Nazis and Bad Ponies.

2010-04-25 :: Terry Frost

For this one I look at a British WW2 propaganda flick which doubles up as a guerilla warfare manual, Went The Day Well? from 1942 then back to 1935’s retro-futuristic The Tunnel and way up to 1987 for David Mamet’s movie directorial debut House Of Games. And don’t forget the podcast’s new voicemail number: 206-666-4886. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 50 - Gamblers, Good Time Girls and Extraordinary Thieves.

2010-04-04 :: Terry Frost

This time around for the big 50th Podcast I look at God of Gamblers (1989) starring Chow Yun Fat, Die Hard (1988) and The Wild Party (1975). A Great Article On Why Modern Films Have A Limited Colour Palette A couple of trailers: Die Hard (1988) God Of Gamblers (1989) By the way, you can watch all of God of Gamblers on Youtube, too. Start here and enjoy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #49 Three By Samuel Fuller.

2010-03-14 :: Terry Frost

Excuse the change in the podcast numbering. I’ve rolled the three music special podcasts into the numbering regime which makes this one the 49th Paleo-Cinema. This time around I look at Samuel Fuller’s Pickup On South Street, Shock Corridor and The Naked Kiss. So it’s pickpockets, reporters, prostitutes and wards full of insane nymphomaniacs. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast Music Special #3

2010-02-28 :: Terry Frost

Singing actors, acting singers, weirdness, wonderfulness and crazy music in general. Enjoy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #45 Mermaids on a Merry Go Round.

2010-02-22 :: Terry Frost

After a monstrously difficult process and three different attempts to get the podcast recorded, here it is. I look at what I’ve been watching lately, and take a look at a couple of mermaid pictures, Miranda (1948) and Mad About Men (1954) which absolutely shit on Splash! (1984). I then go all artsy fartsy and discuss Max Ophüls’ 1950 French film, La Ronde starring Simone Simon, Anton Walbrook and the magnificent Danielle Darrieux. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #44 Listener’s Choice

2010-01-31 :: Terry Frost

For Paleo-Cinema 44 It’s listener’s choice. Firstly, there’s Preston Sturges’ 1941 comedy with a punch Sullivan’s Travels, then Love and Hate battle in unusual ways in The Night of the Hunter starring Robert Mitchum and directed by Charles Laughton and finally, some of the movie in-jokes, references and hommages to 20th Century cinema in Quentin Tarantino’s “Inglourious Basterds” are revealed. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #43 Dicks

2010-01-10 :: Terry Frost

No, it’s not what you think, it’s private eye style Dicks. Two Philip Marlowes (Dick Powell and Elliott Gould) and one Lew Harper (Paul Newman. The movies are Murder, My Sweet, Harper and The Long Goodbye. [...]…

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Paleo-CInema Podcast 42 The Mobile Newtonmas Podcast Special

2009-12-24 :: Terry Frost
Length: 46s

This tine things are a bit different. I recorded most of this podcast while driving around Melbourne with my new mobile podcasting rig and a logitech microphone headset. I look at Avatar, why Americans don’t do good tough guy actors any more, talk about a documentary on Jacques Tati and look at Vincente Minnelli’s “Two Weeks In Another Town” while tooling around the city on the Yarra in a Toyota Corolla. Enjoy your holidays, people. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast # 41 The United States Of Warren Oates

2009-12-13 :: Terry Frost
Length: 57s

This time, we’re looking at one of the iconic actors of the 1960s and 1970s, Warren Mercer Oates 1928-1982. Movies like Two Lane Blacktop, Race The Devil, Dillinger, The Wild Bunch, Cockfighter, 92 In The Shade and most of all Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia would have been less than they were without Warren Oates, the sad, worldly, mostly on the wrong side of the law everyman with a cheeky grin and a lot behind the eyes. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #40 The Funeral for A Cold Spy in Berlin Memorandum

2009-11-22 :: Terry Frost
Length: 56s

This time around it’s Eurospy again. Three movies set in Berlin, all made in either 1965 or 1966. One has a script by one of the most interesting playwrights of the 20th Century, another based on a book by a spy novelist who was once a spy and the third has Michael Caine in it. To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the idea that maybe we weren’t all going to die in a nuclear holocaust, here is Paleo-Cinema Podcast 40. Funeral In Berlin, The Spy Who Came In From The Cold and The Quiller Memorandum are on the menu. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast # 39 Frankenheimer’s Paranoia Trilogy

2009-11-01 :: Terry Frost
Length: 59s

For Podcast 39 I look at what has been called John Frankenheimer’s Paranoia Trilogy, the 1962 film, The Manchurian Candidate, 1964’s Seven Days In May and 1966’s Seconds. All of the speak to the fears of the time and all have influenced the plots of many subsequent lesser movies. Oddly enough, the zeitgeist fears of the 1960s resemble many of the zeitgeist fears of the Noughties. That’s part of the fun of watching old movies: seeing our own lives and times foreshadowed in them. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Special #3 Gallic soundtracks and Bad Singing Actors

2009-10-11 :: Terry Frost
Length: 39s

More musical wonderfulness from the soundtracks of planet Earth. Please to enjoy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #38 Ozploitation Galore!

2009-10-11 :: Terry Frost
Length: 50s

London to a brick, the best explanation of Ozploitation cinema this side of the black stump or at least the end of the local tram line. Fuck me dead! in the immortal words of Rod Taylor in “Welcome to Woop Woop”. Vote for Paleo-CInema under Movies and TV at Podcast Alley and send your comments by mp3 or email to kultguru@gmail.com. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #37 Pimps, Hairdressers and Chainsaws.

2009-09-20 :: Terry Frost
Length: 51s

This time around, people, it’s the 2nd Anniversary Paleo-Cinema full of pimps, hairdressers, insecure mofos and the relative merits of chainsaws versus machetes. I look at Rudy Ray Moore’s odd, iconoclastic and archetypally 1970s pimp film Dolemite, its’ sequel, The Human Tornado and the black version of a Warren Beatty film which is much better than the original, Black Shampoo. So put on your platform soles, your fake zebra skin greatcoat and get a couple of your working ladies together and enjoy the studtastic pimperific Paleo-Cinema 37. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 36 Pilgrims, Magic Sound and The High Price of Immortality

2009-08-30 :: Terry Frost
Length: 46s

For Podcast 36 I take a look at the Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger WW2 movie A Canterbury Tale from 1944, Jerzy Skolimowski’s 1978 creepy supernatural movie The Shout and a lesser known 1973 British Horror film which should become recognised as a proto-steampunk classic, The Asphyx. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema 35 We Deserve Better Science Fiction Films

2009-08-10 :: Terry Frost
Length: 45s

This time, I’m on a rant, people. I fulminate, pontificate and ratiocinate about movies once more.  Summer (or for those of us in the Southern Hemisphere) Winter Blockbusters have pissed me off mightily, so I’m looking back at a few classic SF films and try to analyse why they work and modern Science Fiction films don’t. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast Special 2

2009-08-01 :: Terry Frost
Length: 41s

Once more I’m inflicting weird and wonderful music upon you. Singing actors, spooky women, groovy audio wall to wall. Enjoy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 34 Don’t Call Me Shirley.

2009-07-19 :: Terry Frost
Length: 48s

Three comedies this time around. Blake Edwards’ S.O.B. (yes, the one where Julie Andrews’ boobs have a cameo role and Robert Vaughn wears women’s undies), Airplane! known in the antipodes as Flying High and the classic golfing comedy Caddyshack. (I’m deliberately ignoring the sequels to the latter two movies). Nothing serious for #34 but just a few chuckles and a look at how a dramatic B-Movie like Zero Hour! can be transformed into a really silly comedy. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 33 - The Later Career of Orson Welles

2009-06-28 :: Terry Frost
Length: 52s

This time I’ll be looking at three of Orson Welles’ later films. The multi-formed multi-version Confidential Report/ Mr Arkadin, the film noir classic Touch of Evil and Welles’ last and most playfully joyous film - F For Fake. The Lives Of Harry Lime Radio Shows- From Archive.org [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 32 Sick Japanese Puppies.

2009-06-07 :: Terry Frost
Length: 55s

This time around, I’m looking at Japanese crime movies. Sonny Chiba’s inimitable Streetfighter series, Hanzo The Razor where a Japanese cop with unusual methods is explored in detail and take a quick swim in a sea of weirdness with Seijun Suzuki’s Tokyo Drifter and Branded To Kill. [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 31 Kidsafe Movies

2009-05-17 :: Terry Frost
Length: 54s

This time around, I’ll be suggesting movies to watch with children. Not necessarily childrens’ films but movies that might generate a passion for cinema in the minds of the young, so they don’t grow up to say things like “Rob Schneider Is A Genius” or “I don’t like black and white movies, I can’t get into them” or other things that would make people doubt the integrity of their genetic structure. I offer this as a public service to the children of the world.* *Tongue in cheek, of course [...]…

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Paleo-cinema Podcast Number 30 - The Big Three Movies

2009-04-26 :: Terry Frost
Length: 1m 0s

Okay I’m going out on a limb this time, looking at three of the most popular Paleo-Cinematic movies of all time and trying to think of something original to say about them. Orson Welles’ Citizen Kane, Michael Curtiz’s Casablanca and Federico Fellini’s La Dolce Vita. Also, don’t forget to vote for Paleo-Cinema over at Podcast [...]…

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Paleo-cinema Podcast Special Episode #1

2009-04-18 :: Terry Frost
Length: 33s

In this ‘cast I’m doing something different. A mixtape of sorts where I share some of my favourite movie music. Not much else to say, but enjoy it Back to a full podcast next week. Terry …

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast #28 Dealing With The Devil

2009-04-05 :: Terry Frost

Okay, in this pre-Easter season we look at three movies about making a deal with the Devil. First off, a baseball fan with a mid-life crisis cuts a contract with Ray Walston in Damn Yankees - only to have Gwen Verdon thrown at him. (They’re thinking about remaking this with Jake Gyllenhaal in the Tab [...]…

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Paleo-Cinema Podcast 27 - Damned Killer Children

2009-03-15 :: Terry Frost
Length: 51s

This time I take a look at three movies about lethal children from the early 1960s. The first is Village of the Damned, starring George Sanders and Barbara Shelley. The second is the sequel cum remake of it, Children of the Damned from 1963 starring Ian Hendry and Alan Badel and finally, an unrelated film: [...]…

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Paleo-cinema Podcast #26 Road House Singers, Gigolos in Cuzco and A Love Story Between Two Shits.

2009-02-21 :: Terry Frost
Length: 45s

This time around we have one movie from the 40s, one from the 50s and one from the 60s. To start with, Road House (1948), then Secret of the Incas from 1954 and The Thomas Crown Affair (1968). …

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