Cinecast #51: Cold Blooded
Wednesday, 02 November 2005 01:00
Catherine, it's  colder out here than most of your performances. Let's warm up to  Cinecast #51.

Capote: Everyone involved in the new film "Capote" shows a lot of restraint -- star Philip Seymour Hoffman, putting on an acting clinic in the showy title role; screenwriter Dan Futterman; and director Bennett Miller all keep Capote, the man, from overshadowing "Capote," the film. If only Adam and Sam had shown as much restraint in their recording of podcast #51. Cinecast celebrates its half-century mark by producing the first edition to clock in at over an hour. We hope you'll indulge us. (We'll be back to our usual, twice-weekly format next week.)

Also on the show, Listener Feedback, Massacre Theatre, the concluding film in our Western-a-Week Marathon -- Sam Peckinpah's "The Wild Bunch" -- and our Top 5 Biopics.

Music by Kelly Hogan courtesy of Bloodshot Records ... Cinecast theme music by Age of the Rifle.

Listen  to Cinecast #51

Cinecast #51
:38-17:15 - Review: "Capote"
Music: Kelly Hogan, "Strayed"
18:14-24:09 - Cinecast Notes
24:10-32:27 - Listener Feedback (Cinecast A/V, Top 5 Soundtracks)
Music: Kelly Hogan, "Gone"
33:20-35:13 - Listener Feedback (Top 5 Biographical Portrayals)
35:14-37:48 - Massacre Theatre
37:49-47:31 - Western-a-Week Marathon: "The Wild Bunch"
Music: Kelly Hogan, "Sugarbowl"
48:22-1:00:04 - Top 5 Biopics
1:00:19-1:01:54 - Horror Marathon Preview

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