“Molly” Review – 0:33
“Gas, Food, Lodging” Review – 7:12
“The Night Eats the World” Review– 11:58
“Cold Hell” Review – 15:57
Patreon Pick “Out of the Blue – 20:15
The VHS Voyage “Tales of the Unknown” Review –24:28
“Fucking Amal aka Show Me Love” Pick a movie Review – 33:13
Pick a movie drawing – 37:50
Q&A – 38:22
Last week’s question of the week Answers. –How do you feel about Kino Lorber? What is your favorite release? What release are you most looking forward to? – 41:27
Question of the Week, “Who is the coolest Actor/Actress of all time? – 42:30
Update – 42:45
Patreon Shout Out – 44:20
Room Tour – 44:36
"Molly" Blu-Ray Review (Artsplotation Films)
Mad Max meets Turbo Kid in Molly, in this electrifying and imaginative tale of one young woman's determined struggle to survive in an inhospitable world. In a barren landscape ravished by war, Molly, a super-powered young woman, roams the violent post-apocalyptic landscape, armed only with a bow and arrow, to confront the dangers around her. When a sadistic ringmaster who run an underground fight club hears of her supernatural abilities he sends his sociopathic marauders to capture her and make her a star attraction in his cage fights to the death.
Artsploitation Films – http://www.artsploitationfilms.com/
“Molly” Blu-Ray – https://www.amazon.com/Molly-Blu-ray-Julia-Batelaan/dp/B07C5M3FP5/
“Molly” DVD/CD – https://mvdshop.com/products/molly-dvd-cd
"Gas, Food, Lodging" Blu-Ray Review (Arrow Academy)
Adapted from the novel Don't Look and It Won't Hurt by Richard Peck, Allison Anders (Grace of My Heart) whipped up a storm at the 42nd Berlin International Film Festival with her masterfully crafted tale of a young woman trying to find love while struggling to bring up her two daughters. Abandoned by her husband, Nora (Brooke Adams, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, The Stuff) waitresses to keep her head above water while raising two teenagers in a small New Mexico town trailer park. Beautiful and rebellious, Trudi (Ione Skye, Wayne's World, Zodiac) quits school to work alongside her mother, while her sister Shade (Fairuza Balk, The Craft, American History X) whittles away her time watching old movie matinees. Their life is turned on its head when Trudi finds that she has fallen pregnant after a string of promiscuous relationships and the girls' absent father returns with hopes of mending the relationships he broke when he left. A wonderfully engaging story of the woes of teenagers reaching adulthood, Gas Food Lodging is a distinctly American portrayal of a mother trying to raise two wayward teens with growing pains, who are learning about love, life and each other. This director-approved restoration finally affords this 90s modern classic the home video treatment it rightly deserves.
High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation, approved by director Allison Anders
Original uncompressed 2.0 audio
Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
The Road to Laramie: A Look Back at Gas Food Lodging, italicise title and remove commas a brand new interview with Allison Anders and Josh Olson
Cinefile: Reel Women italicise(Chris Rodley, 1995), a documentary looking at the challenges women face in the film industry from independent to studio filmmaking, featuring interviews with Allison Anders, Kathryn Bigelow, Jane Campion, Penny Marshall, Gal
Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Matthew Griffin
FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collector's booklet featuring new writing on the film
Arrow Video – https://www.arrowvideo.com/
“Gas, Food, Lodging” Blu-Ray – https://mvdshop.com/products/gas-food-lodging-blu-ray
"The Night Eats the World" Streaming Review (Amazon Prime)
“The Night Eats the World” Amazon Streaming – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HJW6SWC
"Cold Hell" Streaming Review (Shudder)
Shudder – https://www.shudder.com/
“Cold Hell” Shudder Streaming – https://www.shudder.com/movies/watch/cold-hell/3973916
Patreon Pick "Out of the Blue" DVD Review (IFC Films)
Ordinary people find extraordinary courage in the face of madness. On 13–14 November 1990 that madness came to Aramoana, a small New Zealand seaside town, in the form of a lone gunman with a high-powered semi-automatic rifle. As he stalked his victims the terrified and confused residents were trapped for 24 hours while a handful of under-resourced and under-armed local policemen risked their lives trying to find him and save the survivors. Based on true events.
IFC Films – http://www.ifcfilms.com/
“Out of the Blue” DVD – https://www.amazon.com/Out-Blue-Karl-Urban/dp/B00151QYCQ/
The VHS Voyage "Tales of the Unknown" VHS Review (A.I.P. Studios)
“Tales of the Unknown” VHS – https://www.amazon.com/Tales-of-the-Unknown/dp/6301792696
Pick a Movie "Show Me Love" aka "Fucking Amal" DVD-R Review
Åmål is a small insignificant town where nothing ever happens, where the latest trends are out of date when they get there. Young Elin has a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to guys, but the fact is that she has never done *it*. Another girl in her school, Agnes, is in love with her but is too shy to do anything about it. For different reasons, Elin ends up at Agnes’ birthday party as the only guest. They have a girl’s night out together but after that Elin desperately avoids Agnes, refusing to even consider her own homosexuality.
“Fucking Amal” aka “Show Me Love” DVD – https://www.ebay.com/itm/Fucking-Amal-Show-Me-Love-1998-Alexandra-Dahlstrom-Rebecka-Liljeberg-DVD-NEW/112040485500
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Patreon Shout Outs!
Gas, Food, Lodging – 1992 – Allison Anders
The Night Eats the World – 2018 – Dominique Rocher
Cold Hell – 2017 – Stefan Ruzowitzky
Out of the Blue – 2006 – Robert Sarkies
Tales of the Unknown – 1990 – Greg Beeman/John Kim/Todd A. Marks/Roger Nygard
Show Me Love – 1998 – Lukas Moodysson