Paleo-Cinema Podcast A podcast about movies: all kinds of retro, cult, grindhouse, forgotten and interesting movies, childhood favourites and things I have just discovered.

January 6, 2018  

For the first Paleo-Cinema of 2018 I look at the 1962 exploitation sleazefest that is Satan In High Heels starring Meg Myles and Grayson Hall, then we go to 1973 Sweden for the compulsively watchable but confronting revenge movie Thriller- A Cruel Picture a.k.a. They Call Her One Eye. Plus, there's feedback


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This time I found a Fritz Lang movie I hadn't seen, the WW2 drama, co-written by Berthold Brecht, Hangmen Also Die starring Brian Donlevy and Walter Brennan, then I do my Top 10 movies first watched in 2017.


Have a cool holiday season and a rockin' 2018


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December 21, 2017  

Here it is. As agreed with the Patreon subscribers I watched and reviewed Star Wars - The Last Jedi as fairly as I possibly could. There's really nothing else to say except enjoy the holidays.

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December 10, 2017  

This time around I explain the funding changes with Podbean, then the interesting stuff. I look at a 1942 American portmanteau film, TALES OF MANHATTAN with an enormous cast of stars and a very interesting concept. From there, to celebrate the legalisation of Same Sex Marriage in this brown, unpleasant land, I look at the 1970 adaptation of Joe Orton's 1964 play, Entertaining Mr. Sloane starring Beryl Reid, Harry Andrews and Peter McEnerey. 

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November 22, 2017  

For this episode, Alex Pierce from Galactic Suburbia and Acts Of Kitchen podcasts drops by to talk about two Irwin Allen disaster movies, 1972's The Poseidon Adventure and 1974's The Towering Inferno. This is the most disastrous Paleo-Cinema Podcast yet!

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October 23, 2017  

This time I break the format and talk about the four days I spent in Sydney last week. Rambling, autobiographical stuff. Thanks for indulging me this time.


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October 10, 2017  

This time I'm doing TV with a look at ITC, the company that gave us Danger Man, The Saint, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, The Adventures of Robin Hood and many many other TV action and adventure shows of the 50s, 60s and 70s.


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This time we open in 18th Century California and then we open in Venice, we next play Verona and on to Cremona. From the 1940 swashbuckler The Mark Of Zorro starring Tyrone Power, linda Darnell and Basil Rathbone we go on to one of the most silly and joyous musical adaptations of Shakespeare, Kiss Me Kate from 1953 starring Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson and Ann Miller.


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September 24, 2017  

Number 67 has gone missing, so here's a reup of it.


Fpr 219 I look at a wildly popular adventure film from 1977  - The Deep, starring Robert Shaw, Nick Nolte and Jacqueline Bisset. We then go to 1972 for the Bruce Lee martial arts film Fist Of Fury, which I compare to Death Wish. I also explain why.


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