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Interview with Larry Cohen
Only a few months after interviewing the great writer/director, Larry
Cohen passed away, so we are keeping this interview piece up on the
homepage a little longer so everyone gets to catch the excellent
conversation we had with the legend...
you love movies or TV, then you have watched something created by
writer, director and creator Larry Cohen. He started selling scripts
in the 1950s, invented TV shows in the 1960s like The
and by the early 1970s, became a full fledged feature film director.
Recently, someone finally made a documentary about his life and work
which is now out on Blu-ray (et al) and we recently got the chance to
talk to the legend about his career, the industry and much more.
Sheffo, FulvueDrive-In.com: I wanted to ask you about the
documentary. When did you first hear about it.
Cohen: They called me up and asked me and said 'sure, go ahead', just
as long as I don't have to be involved or anything. I didn't want to
be making the picture for them. They wanted to make it, I didn't
want to interfere. I'm definitely a control freak. If I'd gotten
involved, I would have told them how to do it. I didn't want to do
that, [just] tell me what you want me to do and if you want em to
contact anybody. They did all the contacting and they did all the
I thought it turned out really good, the kind of documentary that
could have gone on as a mini-series 'cause you've done so much work.
On the DVD [and Blu-ray], they have an additional hour of interviews
and stuff that are very good, some of the best stuff is on the
I wanted to ask about various works in your career and star with It's
one of the great horror films is probably the biggest hit you had,
did you originally do it with Warner Bros. or independently?
It was kind of a [special] deal with Warner...
the full interview, go to this link...
Ultra HD Blu-rays continue to grow...
out for nearly two years, 2160p Ultra HD 4K Blu-rays have picked up
faster than the regular Blu-ray format (and not just because regular
Blu-ray had brief competition a decade ago) and faster than DVD (the
industry took a while to embrace that format, as few recall these
days) and an excellent selection of players playing 4K better than
any streaming service.
High Dynamic Range/HDR feature that enhances the 2160p image has been
joined by 12-color bit Dolby Vision staring with the original
in 4K and the HDR group introduced HDR10+ this year, expanding its
10-color bit capacity for 2019. So far, regular Blu-rays have been
included with the 4K versions in the following releases so far, which
we were listing on this homepage until the list became too long.
Now, you can consult the ever-growing listing at this link at over
200 titles and counting...
is an illustrated
anti-bullying book called DIFFERENT
WORLDS, BEST OF FRIENDS
that you should know about and we are very proud to bring to our
readers, especially in light of recent political and mass killing
events, so please check out more at this link....
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ever-expanding independent coverage of film, music & TV on
Blu-ray and DVD, plus older formats like CDs, Super Audio CD, Blu-ray
3D and newer ones like 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray; a site that is 16+ years
old thanks to all of you. Your input is always appreciated and we
thank you for your support. For 3D fans, here is the link to our
ever-expanding list of Blu-ray 3D titles in the format (well over 120
now for us & counting) and most of them so far have offered
Ike C, Charles Constantino on 56th Grammy Entry List
the World' appears on the 56th Grammy Entry List in the categories of
Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Rap/Sung Collaboration,
and Best Rap Song.
November 15, 2013 - The
has selected the original version of Around
the rap/sung collaboration by Art featuring Ike C, for inclusion on
the 56th Grammy Entry List in four categories. Around
in the entry categories of Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best
Rap/Sung Collaboration, and Best Rap Song. Members of the Recording
Academy vote from the 56th Grammy Entry List for the nominees for the
2014 Grammy Awards.
here to listen to a clip of Around the World.
Grammy Award for Record of the Year recognizes the artist; the
tracking, mix and mastering engineers; and the producer. Chaz
Peacock tracked Around
Charles Constantino and Chaz Peacock mixed the song. Garrett Haines
mastered the Charles Constantino production of Around
awards for Song of the Year and Best Rap Song recognize the
songwriters. Steven "Art" Williams wrote the rap lyrics
Isaac "Ike C" Cummings and Charles Constantino wrote the
sung lyrics. Charles Constantino wrote the music for the song. The
Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration recognizes the artists.
member of ASCAP,
the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers--is the
exclusive publisher of Around
a division of Core Media House L.L.C., released the song.
Core Media House cofounder and chief creative officer Charles
Constantino produced and co-wrote the Somerhill recordings of Free
Your Mind (Tara Na)
Both of the Somerhill recordings appeared on the 52nd Grammy Entry
List in the categories of Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group
with Vocals and Best Rock Song.
original version of Around
is available at Amazon,
and other Internet retailers. The song is available in FLAC, MP3-320
and MP3 file types at CD
On March 17, 2013, Around
reached number two on the list of the bestselling MP3 songs in neo
soul at Amazon.
here to request additional information.
here for a PDF version of the preceding press release,
Ike C, Charles Constantino on 56th Grammy Entry List.”
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Best Film Magazine On The Market!
it is hard to argue the importance of film publications like American
and what they deliver, but
so much of film history and production is not being covered properly
or of key films that deserve whole new audiences. If you love film,
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site offers film news you cannot even find on IMDb, Variety, Deadline
Hollywood, The Wrap or The Hollywood Reporter websites. Then there
is their amazing magazine, one of the best of its kind on the entire
market and a must for any serious film fan, so good that many issues
are selling out. One of the best issues yet, Issue
features Diane A. Rodgers examination of two of the first female
action heroes of the big screen: Monica Vitti as Modesty
and Raquel Welch as super spy Fathom.
Siegel provides a rare interview with Marianne Koch, who recalls
Fistful of Dollars
with Sergio Leone and Clint Eastwood.
Pfeiffer presents an exclusive interview with Stefanie Powers about
starring in The
Girl from U.N.C.L.E.
Dabell explores the exotic world of the Emmanuelle
films, the first attempt to present erotica from a female
Pamela Green talks to Tim Greaves about the challenge of appearing in
Michael Powell's notorious Peeping
Pfeiffer analyzes the British comedy/drama Take
a Girl Like You
with Hayley Mills as a young virgin trying to cope with the sexual
revolution- as well as would-be seducers Oliver Reed and Noel
Owen pays tribute to the late producer Betty Box, who broke the glass
ceiling in the British film industry with the Carry
de Havilland is a gutsy lady trying to outwit killer James Caan in
in a Cage.
Hart, Pamela Tiffin and Lois Nettleton are high-flying single women
who seek love and adventure as "stewardesses" (remember
that quaint term?) in the 1960s romantic comedy Come
Fly with Me.
Raymond Benson's "Cinema
column, Darren Allison's news about the latest soundtrack releases
and extensive reviews of new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
also have an amazing one-shot limited edition issue on Dr.
Epics Of The '60s
special issue, the underrated thriller Kelly's
while supplies last (their amazing issue on Where
already sold out, but a new expanded edition is in the works) and an
equally terrific second edition on the Sergio Leone/Clint Eastwood
With No Name"
Fistful Of Dollars,
Few Dollars More,
Good The Bad & The Ugly,
being reissued on Blu-ray again with upgrades) with all kinds of rare
stills, text and other items that make them serious collector's
items, so be sure to check things out over there if you love movies.
the meantime, FulvueDrive-in.com continues to be about providing the
most direct, expert, detailed (without ruining anything for first
time viewers and listeners, as we are not into spoilers),
informative, fun, bold, vital information we can come up with. That
fun, yet College-level and all accessible way in which we cover
material here benefit all our readers. Some of them are getting the
hang of our technical section, but others are starting to catch on.
We are doing our best to stay on top of the latest releases and what
is happening or being released that you may not have heard about. If
it is something you know about, we will have information and
observations you will get nowhere else.
for some other sites worth checking out...
writer Dante Ciampaglia's Crazy
From The Heat
blog is always worth checking out for comments on film, media and the
world at large. You can read him up at:
Johnson also has a solid movie blog. He is a fine writer and
amazing movie articles, crazy cinematic lists, and riveting reviews
go to Film Babble Blog!"
The link is:
their winning ways is DVDBeaver, a site that covers Blu-rays, DVDs
and films from all over the world like no other, and is one of the
only other sites besides ours to do so. Their link is:
believe that we are one of the few sites that manage to cover both
the technical parts of filmmaking, as well as the content and form of
the films themselves more thoroughly than you would usually find on
other sites or in print. They have reviews as well, but our favorite
section is their ever-growing Blu-ray/DVD Comparisons section, which
features very technical details on several versions of a given film.
Often, they are even from different DVD Regions and Blu-ray regions,
but they are always accompanied by still images from each DVD
covered. Gary W. Tooze's site is everything the net is supposed to
deliver and we will be adding anything we can to contribute to their
efforts as they do ours.