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Twilight Time to Release Woody Allen’s ‘Love and Death’ and Bob Fosse’s ‘Lenny’

Twilight Time will release Woody Allen’s Love and Death (1975) and Bob Fosse’s Lenny (1974) on Blu-ray on February 10th, 2015. Preliminary details are listed below.


Release Date: February 10th, 2015
Pre-order date: January 21st at 4 pm EST
Special Features:

  • Isolated Music and Effects Track
  • Original Theatrical Trailer


Release Date: February 10th, 2015
Pre-order date: January 21st at 4 pm EST
Special Features:

  • Isolated Score Track
  • Audio Commentary with Film Historians Julie Kirgo and Nick Redman
  • Original Theatrical Trailer

#121 – ANNIE HALL and MANHATTAN on Blu-ray and more!

(to listen to the show, simply click on the above image)

In this episode, John and I get to talking about the new Blu-ray and DVD releases…

Woody Allen’s Annie Hall


Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca




#87 – Submoronic SHARK NIGHT

In this episode, directors David R. Ellis’ Shark Night 3D and David Robert Mitchell’s The Myth of the American Sleepover get the full review treatment.  The Myth of the American Sleepover is now playing through Monday, September 5th, at the Brattle – where, by the way, Cameron Crowe’s new rock doc, Pearl Jam Twenty, premieres Tuesday, September 20th, with a week-long engagement beginning Friday the 27th.

'Shark Night' ... a bust. Cool poster though.

John and I also discuss the slate of films playing this month at the Brattle, The Coolidge Corner Theater, and the Harvard Film Archive; including Class of 1984, The French Connection, and the films of Woody Allen.

Click on the links above and below. Go for it!


(L to r) Bruce Willis, John Malkovich and Hellen Mirren in the action-comedy 'RED.'

Does Woody Allen still have something to say? Does Juliette Lewis have herself an Oscar-worthy performance? Does Bruce Willis go too far with self-parody?

These profound and important questions we ponder in our brand new audio oddity, the ingeniously titled Episode #45.

RED, Conviction and You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger are our topics of delight and distress.

And for our home video picks of the week, I say Ken Burn’s The 10th Inning, Neil Jordan’s Ondine, and NBC’s Modern Family: Season One are worth your time. Then John speaks kindly of Suck, the indie comedy vampire flick featuring indie band vampires. Key words: indie and vampire.

You can click and play now and feel the love, or download it. The choice is yours. We can do this the easy way or the hard way. You won’t like the hard way.

Total running time: 45:08