Tag: Twilight Time

Bandolero! (1968) + 100 Rifles (1969) and au revoir to Twilight Time

Bandolero! (1968) + 100 Rifles (1969) and au revoir to Twilight Time

May 12, 2020 | By

Reviews of two Raquel Welch westerns – BANDOLERO! (1968) + 100 RIFLES (1969), and Twilight Time bids farewell!

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Elvis Goes Straight, Part 1: Flaming Star (1960)

Elvis Goes Straight, Part 1: Flaming Star (1960)

April 2, 2015 | By

Review of a rare western starring Elvis Presley and directed by Don Siegel: Flaming Star (1960), new on Blu from Twilight Time + some Editorial Blather on home video.

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The Return of Violent Saturday

The Return of Violent Saturday

August 4, 2014 | By

Review of Twilight Time’s most excellent Blu-ray disc of Richard Fleischer’s tough noir-melodrama Violent Saturday (1955) + some cautionary editorial blather.

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At Long Last Love to debut via Twilight Time + spring & early summer releases

At Long Last Love to debut via Twilight Time + spring & early summer releases

February 1, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Bogdanovich’s At Long Last Love, Walter Hill’s Hard Times + The Driver, and George Stevens’ The Only Game in Town and more coming this spring & summer from Twilight Time.

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Picnic (1955), The Roots of Heaven (1958), and Twilight Time’s Julie Kirgo

Picnic (1955), The Roots of Heaven (1958), and Twilight Time’s Julie Kirgo

February 27, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

In Part 2 of my profile of home video label Twilight Time, I interview TT’s resident film historian Julie Kirgo, and discuss the virtues of special features content on DVDs and Blu-rays (and their sudden paucity of late). Also reviewed: TT’s sparkling Blu-rays of Picnic (1955) and John Huston’s awesome, awesome The Roots of Heaven (1958), AND a tally of upcoming Twilight Time releases thru June.

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JULIE KIRGO / TWILIGHT TIME (2011 / 2012)

JULIE KIRGO / TWILIGHT TIME (2011 / 2012)

February 26, 2012 | By

Return to: Home / Exclusive Interviews & Profiles / DVD . In Part 2 of our profile of independent home video label Twilight Time, we chat with film historian Julie Kirgo, an astute and zealous film lover whose excitement for movies great, silly, and guilty easily makes its way into her prose which accompanies the colourful stills in […]

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Mysterious Island (1961), Twilight Time’s Nick Redman, and readjusting the concept of MODs

Mysterious Island (1961), Twilight Time’s Nick Redman, and readjusting the concept of MODs

February 6, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

Just uploaded is a lengthy interview with Twilight Time co-founder Nick Redman, and related reviews of Twilight Time’s swanky Blu-ray of Ray Harryhausen’s Mysterious Island (1961), plus a review of Bernard Herrmann’s original soundtrack recording. Also packed into the Editor’s Blog – a lengthy editorial on the illusion of value that’s being sold with existing MOD programs.

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NICK REDMAN / TWILIGHT TIME (2011 / 2012)

NICK REDMAN / TWILIGHT TIME (2011 / 2012)

February 5, 2012 | By

Return to: Home / Exclusive Interviews & Profiles / DVD . March 2012 marks the one-year anniversary of Twilight Time, one of several independent video labels whose goal is to release catalogue titles that have slipped under the radar of the major labels, such 1952’s My Cousin Rachel, and the relatively recent Fright Night (1985). When the interviews […]

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Blockbuster Canada – A Cautionary Tale of Greed, Indolence, & Stupidity

Blockbuster Canada – A Cautionary Tale of Greed, Indolence, & Stupidity

September 2, 2011 | By | 1 Comment

Editor’s Blog on the demise of Blockbuster Canada and the potential fall-out, the continuing importance of indie video labels during home video’s transition to niche distribution, and Twilight Time signs a deal with Sony, with the original Fright Night and Mysterious Island coming to DVD and Blu.

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