Leave A Comment. All things considered, the video is probably the best it will ever look in HD. Audio Commentaries — Two commentary tracks kick off with a very funny conversation between director Wes Craven and producer Sean S. The two men talk about various tidbits on the locations, the filming and interesting background on the cast while also making hilarious wisecracks about the production.
It's loads of fun and a great listen for fans. The second track features another amusing conversation, this time with actors David Hess, Marc Sheffler, and Fred Lincoln. The discussion is, of course, more focused on the cast and performances, and the men clearly enjoy each other's company.
Sometimes remarks are scene-specific and plain, but overall, the comments and discussion are light-hearted and entertaining. Best parts are talks on issues of violence and the public's reaction. Celluloid Crime of the Century SD, 40 min — Made by Blue Underground, this in-depth documentary explores the movie's history, from its origins and reception to its lasting legacy.
This is great stuff. Deleted Scene SD, 1 min — A brief segment that has Mari indentify The Last House - Marcus Foster - The Last House EP (Vinyl) killers to her parents before dying in their arms. Never Before Seen Footage SD, 6 min — Assortment of scenes, like the infamous lesbian rape sequence, that were deleted and once believed lost. Still, for fans, this is a good talk on Last House and its reaction.
Forbidden Footage SD, 8 min — Interview with filmmakers offers their thoughts on the movie's graphic violent scenes. Trailer SD — The original theatrical preview completes the supplemental collection. Final Thoughts.
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Another festival with an almost as good line-up is Green Man. A brand new festival forand looking like its gonna be one of the most special. Wilderness is in a beautiful setting with swimming lakes, fine dining, a spa, special performances and theatre, ceilidhs. And then you check out the line-up! Ah well. Cambridge Folk Festival is the biggest and best folk festival in the UK, and this year it boasts a wonderful assortment of new folk and old folk acts. I am going to end the post with a little folky festival which looks lovely, called Firefly.
They have scored a rather good line-up and the concept of campfires in the intimate surrounds sounds wonderful. Leave a comment. Filed under FeaturesFestivals. Tagged as antony and the johnsonscambridge folkellen and the escapadesend of the roadfireflygreen mankyla la grangeother livespete roewilderness.
As soon as you hear that this album is a Communion album, you know its gonna be good. The results of this week were recorded live and make up this two disc record. Desolation among others. This record is filled with highlights, new bands ripe for discovery, and collaborations made in heaven.
Overall, the record is a wonderful listen, but whats truly lovely about it, is how much is reflects the atmosphere and true spirit of Communion gigs. I hope lots of people The Last House - Marcus Foster - The Last House EP (Vinyl) listen to this album and consequently go down to a gig, or pick up a record from a little known band like The Staves, Treetop Flyers and Pete Roe and learn to love this community of music which so many people already have.
Filed under Album Review. Tagged as alan pownallangus and julia stonebeans on toastcommuniondamien ricekyla la grangelissiemarcus fostermatthew and the atlasmt. Both are delicate and strong and the transition from To the North to Kingdom of your Own shows a great step and I look forward to the album, due this year. This song is Within the Rose from To the North. I love this band, I think their sound is wonderful and this EP shows that off brilliantly.
They also have some brilliant videos, and this is one of them. Pete Roe is such an underrated talent. His songs are wonderful and I wish he was able to bring them to more people, but alas. At least they were brought to my ears though in the form of this lovely little EP. The amount of massive The Last House - Marcus Foster - The Last House EP (Vinyl) on this album is astonishing.
So many classics. I went to her album launch last week at Hackney Empire and everyone should most certainly be getting excited about her touring again.
Rachel Sermanni is such a talent. Fanfarlo made one really really great album and then they went away for what seemed like ages. But their back, with a different sound. So stunningly beautiful. They have just released their debut full length album and I have pretty much fallen in love all over again.
The second album is out on January 24th and I am really looking forward to hearing it! Leave a comment. Filed under New Music. Tagged as coldplayfanfarlofirst aid kitflorence and the machine The Last House - Marcus Foster - The Last House EP (Vinyl), jamie n commonsjonny kearney and lucy farrellrachel sermannisummer camp. Simply stunning! They were wonderful at the Joe Bloggers night at Dingwalls last week, it was great to have them play.
Really looking forward to what comes next from these ladies. I missed Rachel Sermanni at the Great Escape which I was really gutted about, especially as I was informed it was stunning. This is a new song and it is wonderful as usual. I really hope she released something soon! This is a different song, this is from the Secret Sessions and its called I Am.
He wrote it as part as a tenancy agreement when he moved into a new house in Newcastle. Its very amusing but his songwriting talents truly shine through. There album Wild Go is excellent, go out and buy it. The best song is Daydreaming, which I have posted before, but this is a nice acoustic version from Watch Listen Tell. Matt Corby in a field. It was just a fiddle player and her singing last night but this is a bit more built up and reminds me of Dark Dark Dark.
Tagged as dark dark darkhurray for the riff raffjonny kearney and lucy farrelllouise and the pinsmarcus fostermatt corbynathaniel rateliffrachel sermanni. She is one hell of a talent and I think she is here to stay for a while.
I am in love with the mixture of sounds, her voice and guitar playing alongside the quirky yet melodic songwriting. So brilliant. They are call Elephant and there is hardly anything about them on the web, but this is really great.
You can download it from iTunes now. I am a huge Nick Drake fan and after watching a documentary about him, I found out his mother also made rather nice music. She is releasing a new EP and the launch is on May 4th, supported by Samuel Brookes and some special secret guests. I have been listening to loads and loads of Jeff Buckley recently and by that I mean definite obsession. So wonderful, her voice is like heaven and they work really well together. Tagged as admiral fallowanna calvielephantholly mirandajeff buckleymolly drakenick drakerachel sermannivashti bunyan.
I first heard her over a year ago when she was on the Communion record. I have mentioned Rachel several times on my blog before, but I think she is wonderful and so felt like giving her a little more love by featuring her as a new treat. Rachel Sermanni is from Carrbridge, a small and very pretty place in Scotland.
Her music is soft and sweet and cushioned by the most beautiful voice. She sings of quirky things like foxes and pirates and that slightly quirky side comes across when she plays live too. Things are looking pretty nice for Rachel Sermanni. Filed under New Treats. Tagged as rachel sermanni. Team that with the gorgeous upstairs room of the old queens head and you have got yourself a recipe for success.
But my night at The Magpies Nest far succeeded a success, it was a truly magical night, a little weird but so wonderful and overall one of my favourite gigs in London so far. I went along to see the lovely Rachel Sermanni. Her set was beautiful, she has grown on me so much since and I am now firmly in love with her music.
She has a very gentle voice which has a hidden powerful side to it and the sweetest songs. She was introduced onto stage as the next Laura Marling, a comparison which I think has been overused for Rachel Sermanni and similar new artists and I think in this case it is quite inappropriate. You can tell Rachels music has had a lot of traditional scottish folk music as well as newer folk music.
She will be supporting Mumford and Sons this month on their Highlands tour and I hope she has a bright future a head of her. The other two acts which played I had never heard of. Louisa Jones played a few solo songs first which was delightful. She started with two traditional English folk songs accompanied only by a cello, but her velvet voice kept the whole room silent. She The Last House - Marcus Foster - The Last House EP (Vinyl) on to play a sweet love song, which was the highlight of the set for me as well as being accompanied by a male singer who sang about Hackney and the whole room joined in.
The set had a lovely friendly spirit, it felt like anyone could get on stage and join in and be totally welcomed.
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