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Post by The Last Baron » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:08 pm

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It's getting to be my favorite time of year again, though you'd hardly know it without a calendar. A few leaves here and there are changing color and tumbling down, the weather is still fairly warm and the much-needed summer rains are late again. So to help jostle myself into the mood, I thought I might make a thread. It's my first and I can't promise anything other than some pain and maybe a little blood.

For my first thread, I thought I'd turn to one of my favorite records for some inspiration. Fantômas: The Director's Cut has been one of my favorite albums for quite a few years. So it would seem strange that I haven't actually seen most of the films that provide inspiration for the album. And I'm always fond of digging into an artist's inspirations.

The order is certainly not fixed and I'm open to suggestions on priority. The few rewatches will probably be last if I even feel inspired to do them. But, the overall goal is to watch everything on this list once, except One Step Beyond which I just found out is a TV show.

So without further rambling, here's the track list:

01 : The Godfather - IMDb
02 : Der Golem - IMDb - Internet Archive
03 : Experiment in Terror - IMDb
04 : One Step Beyond - IMDb
05 : Night of the Hunter - IMDb
06 : Cape Fear - IMDb
07 : Rosemary's Baby - IMDb
08 : The Devil Rides Out - IMDb
09 : Spider Baby - IMDb
10 : The Omen - IMDb
11 : Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer - IMDb
12 : Vendetta - IMDb
13 : Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion - IMDb
14 : Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - IMDb
15 : Charade - IMDb
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Post by ribbon » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:12 pm

Aw, Charade.

You've got some goods ahead of you. :)
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Post by The Last Baron » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:19 pm

The Great One wrote:You'll always be Steeeeeeeeeeeve to me.
Thanks Annnnndroo.

If someone could help me find the font used on the cover of the Fantomas album, it would go a long way towards a proper banner.
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Post by Bandy Greensacks » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:29 pm

I love Fantômas (and Mike Patton in general). Good idea for a thread.
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Post by dreiser » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:31 pm

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Post by The Last Baron » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:35 pm

dreiser wrote: :heart: Image :heart:
I'm really looking forward to seeing this one again.

Any ideas where I might find the cut that upset everyone at Cannes? Last I heard it was supposed to see a DVD release in France and there was a rumor of it coming here eventually.
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Post by dreiser » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:48 pm

The Last Baron wrote: I'm really looking forward to seeing this one again.

Any ideas where I might find the cut that upset everyone at Cannes? Last I heard it was supposed to see a DVD release in France and there was a rumor of it coming here eventually.
Unless something has happened in the last couple of years, that French company released only a bare-bones DVD too. There are supposedly 17 deleted scenes Lynch wanted to add to a special edition. It hasn't materialized yet.
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dreiser wrote:Unless something has happened in the last couple of years, that French company released only a bare-bones DVD too. There are supposedly 17 deleted scenes Lynch wanted to add to a special edition. It hasn't materialized yet.
I hope he doesn't give up on it, though he supposedly put Twin Peaks largely behind him since the film finished.
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Post by Epistemophobia » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:53 pm

As far as I know it doesn't exist.

I'd kill Lynch himself for the 6 hour version.
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Post by dreiser » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:54 pm

The Last Baron wrote: I hope he doesn't give up on it, though he supposedly put Twin Peaks largely behind him since the film finished.
He still had enough Twin Peaks energy to ensure all those great supplements were included in the Gold Box Collection.
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Post by The Last Baron » Fri Oct 01, 2010 8:56 pm

dreiser wrote:He still had enough Twin Peaks energy to ensure all those great supplements were included in the Gold Box Collection.
Hope burns eternal.

You know, I just might rewatch the Gold Box before I watch Fire Walk With Me again.
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Post by dreiser » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:03 pm

The Last Baron wrote: You know, I just might rewatch the Gold Box before I watch Fire Walk With Me again.
Good call. I've been cherry picking episodes lately and watching them before I go to bed. E2S1 (which I think is the greatest television episode ever), the episodes leading up to the reveal, and the last few episodes of S2. They all have endless rewatchability.
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Post by Quite-Gone Genie » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:03 pm

The Last Baron wrote: Thanks Annnnndroo.

If someone could help me find the font used on the cover of the Fantomas album, it would go a long way towards a proper banner.
It looks like a custom job.
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The Last Baron wrote:One Step Beyond - IMDb
I've seen this, maybe not all but a bunch of episodes here and there. It's... pretty bad. It's one of the worst TV shows I've seen.
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Quite-Gone Genie wrote:It looks like a custom job.
I think you're right. I found something close that will work well enough.
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Post by The Last Baron » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:40 pm

DJ Rkod wrote: I've seen this, maybe not all but a bunch of episodes here and there. It's... pretty bad. It's one of the worst TV shows I've seen.
Maybe I'll watch it intermittently then so I don't get too burned out.

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The Last Baron wrote: I think you're right. I found something close that will work well enough.
You're right, that is pretty close. Nice work.
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Post by The Last Baron » Mon Oct 04, 2010 4:45 am

Thank you thank you.

Been a little busy but I hope to watch an episode or two of One Step Beyond tomorrow at the very least.
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Post by The Last Baron » Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:37 pm

Are there more obscure film sites like SMz and KG? Apparently, Vendetta is too obscure for them.
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Post by Epistemophobia » Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:34 pm

The Last Baron wrote:Are there more obscure film sites like SMz and KG? Apparently, Vendetta is too obscure for them.
What is Vendetta?
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Post by The Last Baron » Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:06 pm

Epistemophobia wrote: What is Vendetta?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vendetta_%281950_film%29

Howard Hughes' Frankenstein monster that was almost an Ophuls.
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The Last Baron wrote: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vendetta_%281950_film%29

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It doesn't seem to exist.
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Post by Epistemophobia » Wed Oct 06, 2010 6:17 pm

They fired Preston Sturges too. Probably for being German.
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Epistemophobia wrote: It doesn't seem to exist.
Seems that way.
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Post by dreiser » Wed Oct 06, 2010 9:27 pm

Every Howard Hughes project I ever heard of involved production nightmares.
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Post by The Last Baron » Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:44 pm

If you guys don't mind helping me out with this, we can pester TCM to air Vendetta since it seems like it would be the only way of seeing it.

They have about 34 entries with Vendetta in the title so when it asks for the title of the film, just put Vendetta (1950).
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Post by The Last Baron » Wed Oct 13, 2010 1:01 am

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Original theme: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YCorTO68inA
Fantomas' cut: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wamt_KMAtQg

The Devil Rides Out (Terence Fisher, 1968)

The premise is simple. A fancy English gentleman's battle with a satanic cult over the very soul of his ward. Naturally, he's in charge of the exposition and leaving for periods of time to do research when it's convenient to move the plot along. His friend and companion, a less fancy gentleman, fills the gap of romantic fool and the romantic subplot. The ward's job is to set up danger and provide a headstrong presence. Everyone else is busy helping the plot move along.

So, a little more summary than I expected to do. The Devil Rides Out was my first Hammer Films production and I have to say I had fun with it. I enjoy macabre stories dealing with the occult and rituals, probably a product of growing up Roman Catholic. I loathed all the ceremonies and rituals involved with the church, so I guess it's a perverted pleasure to see them twisted on the screen into black masses. Another wrinkle I enjoyed as the mythology. Even though it was kept locked in Christopher Lee's brain until necessary for exposition, I got a little thrill when names like Seraphim and Osiris were thrown around.

I also very much enjoyed the style of the film. Christopher Lee dashing around in a smart suit to do research, cars from the 1930s, tastefully decorated mansions, even carefully organized robes for the satanic masses. The white robes were a nice touch for the hapless followers, giving them a kind of subtle purity. Or they all looked like death, if you're watching this from the Eastern side of the world.

A fun film.
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Post by Sonechka » Wed Oct 13, 2010 1:08 am

Nice write up.
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Sonechka wrote:Nice write up.
Thanks :)

Feel free to give me any and all feedback. I want to improve my writings y'know?
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Post by The Last Baron » Sun Oct 09, 2011 2:42 am

Almost a year since I lasted posted in this thing, hey.
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14 to go.
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Post by The Last Baron » Sun Oct 09, 2011 2:46 am

13 actually, I've seen more of One Step Beyond than is necessary.
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The Devil Rides Out is one of my favorite Hammer films.
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Post by The Last Baron » Wed Aug 05, 2015 8:58 pm

Almost 5 years since I made this thread, shit
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And still no close to finishing it. :P
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What an ancient host I used for the banner. Hopefully Minus should play nice here, they don't seem to work on NeoGAF anymore.
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Post by MadMan » Thu Aug 06, 2015 4:59 am

Somehow I wandered into this thread. I saw a movie mentioned that I liked and I posted. I'm all about raising the dead I guess.
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Post by The Last Baron » Thu Oct 01, 2015 3:21 pm

I don't think I mentioned this but everyone is welcome to share thoughts and such about any of these titles.

I may not finish this month but I plan to do something for all of the horror movies at least.
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Post by MadMan » Sun Oct 04, 2015 10:56 am

Twin Peaks Fire Walk With Me is beyond terrifying and haunting. It deserves a spot in my Top 50 list of horror films for sure.

Also:

01 : The Godfather - IMDb-Excellence of course
05 : Night of the Hunter - IMDb-I don't love this film as much as others do. But its still pretty sweet.
07 : Rosemary's Baby - IMDb-Best ending ever? Yeah. Oh and it's almost flawless.
08 : The Devil Rides Out - IMDb-I wish Lee's character had came back for a sequel.
09 : Spider Baby - IMDb-Campy deliciously good
10 : The Omen - IMDb-The decapitation is possibly my all time favorite horror movie death.
11 : Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer - IMDb-Nothing really prepares you for this movie. Heart of fucking darkness.
14 : Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me - IMDb-BOB
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Post by The Last Baron » Sun Oct 02, 2016 12:15 am

This is the year that my promise to continue sounds really sincere and oddly moving
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Post by The Last Baron » Wed Oct 19, 2016 5:30 pm

I'm open to suggestions on viewing order
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Post by The Nameless One » Wed Oct 19, 2016 9:05 pm

The Last Baron wrote:I'm open to suggestions on viewing order
I think that going by the track order makes most sense. A+ thread even in an incomplete state
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Post by The Last Baron » Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:37 am

Turns out I had the wrong Vendetta, the correct one is a series from 1966 on the BBC, kind of a darker buddy cop thing
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