Category Archives: Movies

Movies Till Dawn: The Tough Ones, Part II

“The Harder They Come” (1973, Shout! Select) Jimmy Cliff turns outlaw and self-styled folk hero when his dreams of becoming a reggae singer are met with corruption from the Kingston music industry and brutality at the hands of the police. … Continue reading

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The Intown Report’s Gig Picks of the Week 9/12/19 – 9/18/19

Looking for cool live music this week? Here’s some show recommendations: Thursday 9/12 Cafe Nela – Pedal Strike, Public Nuisance, The Rails + Sun Prairie Hollywood Forever Cemetery – The Allah-Las + Big Search Maui Sugar Mill – In Deed, The Armoires, … Continue reading

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“AGA” Brings The Lonely Tundra To U.S. Theaters

The Bulgarian film “Ága” opens in Los Angeles at the Laemmle Royal on September 27th. A favorite at international festivals, the movie has also been selected as that country’s Oscar submission this year for Best Foreign Language Film. Directed by Milko Lazarov, it’s … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: Under the Radar 3 (Even More Rarely Seen, Forgotten or Hard to Find)

“High Life” (2018, Lionsgate Home Entertainment) A spaceship heads for a black hole, while on board, its crew of convicted criminals – including Robert Pattinson – are subjected to reproduction experiments by glam mad scientist Juliette Binoche. That’s a linear … Continue reading

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Sean DeLear Superstar: A Conversation with Seandy

Today is the birthday of the late great Sean D. Lear, beloved to the music communities of Los Angeles, Vienna, and points beyond. This interview was originally recorded by Stuart Sweezy for his documentary, “Desolation Center.” But the interview was … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: More Thrills and Chills in Black and White

Note: films marked with an asterisk are included in Shout! Factory’s “Universal Horror Collection: Volume 1.” * The Black Cat” (1934) An accident on a desolate stretch of road in Hungary brings three travelers to the cavernous home of architect … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: Under the Radar 2 (More Rarely Seen, Forgotten or Hard to Find)

“Putney Swope” (1969, Vinegar Syndrome) A black advertising executive (Arnold Johnson) remakes his company into a counterculture engine (“Truth and Soul, Inc.”) that skewers social and political hypocrisy with its no-holds-barred commercials. Satire from Robert Downey, Jr’s father, Robert Sr., … Continue reading

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The Derry Canal Days Festival and Funhouse from ‘It: Chapter 2’ Comes to Hollywood

Themed pop-ups are all the rage in promotion these days, with the recent opening of “Scoops Ahoy” from Stranger Things, “Bob’s Burgers,” and “Hilary’s Café” from Fleabag all recently showing up in LA. Now Warner Brothers is bringing the Derry … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: #MonsterSquadGoals3

“Mothra” (1961, Mill Creek Entertainment) First screen appearance of Toho Studios’ god-monster Mothra, which descends on Japan to rescue the tiny twins (Emi and Yumi Ito, a.k.a. pop duo The Peanuts) that serve as its ladies-in-waiting from greedy businessman Jerry … Continue reading

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2019 Tribute to Johnny Ramone at Hollywood Forever

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