Friday, November 30, 2012

CINEMATICOLOGY Coming to YouTube in Early December

I will launch my all-new YouTube channel devoted to all things film and television in early December.

Discover all your favorite full-length theatrical film selections from the Golden Age of Cinema and watch them anytime, anywhere on multiple screens and platforms, including desktop and laptop computers, HD
TV receivers, smartphones and tablets.

The CINEMATICOLOGY Channel debuts Saturday on YouTube.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Friday, November 16, 2012

CINEMATICOLOGY on the Radio: Behind the Mike

I was listening to old-time radio programming on Sirius XM Radio because of the talent that was the star of their shows. So did Behind the Mike, NBC's half-hour live program hosted by veteran radio sportscaster Graham McNamee.

CINEMATICOLOGY's Movie of the Day: Emil and the Detectives

Thursday, November 15, 2012

CINEMATICOLOGY's Movie of the Day: King of the Newsboys

The 1938 Republic Pictures drama King of the Newsboys is a roaring, historic period masterpiece starring the late Lew Ayres, best known for his role in the Dr. Kildare film franchise.

(via YouTube Movies)

Saturday, November 10, 2012

CINEMATICOLOGY First Look: White House Down

Independence Day director Roland Emmerich returns to theaters with Columbia Pictures/Sony's White House Down.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

CINEMATICOLOGY Short: The Thin Blu Line

The Thin Blu Line depicts the lives of Spellman, a police investigator who is befriended by a digital toy from the 1980s called Speak and Spell. Aided by Capt. Del Vecchio, the talking electronic toy tracks down the most distracting crooks in an offbeat time.

Friday, November 2, 2012

CINEMATICOLOGY Behind the Scenes: Wreck It, Wreck-It Ralph

The theme from the latest Walt Disney Animation Studios animated feature film, Wreck-It Ralph, depicts a fictional video game fan created by lyricist Jerry Buckner trapped in a world where interactive entertainment and digital media com alive.

Buckner tells CINEMATICOLOGY how the Mouse House got the inspiration for a fictitious CGI-animated character from a 1980s Columbia Records album entitled Pac-Man Fever. The title composition for this film is a retro-style novelty song called Wreck It, Wreck-It Ralph.

Thanks to the folks at Walt Disney Animation Studios for posting behind-the-scenes footage of reuniting for the music video cover of this timeless jukebox cult favorite.

(via Walt Disney Animation Studios)

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