Michael & Levan, Stiven Rivic – Filthy Shadows (Hernan Cattaneo & Soundexile Remix) [Kunai Records

Fresh off their well received ‘Blackout’ single, Michael and Levan and Stiven Rivic return to their Kunai Records imprint with ‘Filthy Shadows’. Released in October, ‘Blackout’ once again showed the trio’s sonic diversity while also receiving remixes from scene legends Lexicon Avenue and Medway. Now following a remix for Robert Babicz and Babiczstyle, Michael, Levan and Stiven land back on Kunai for a new single alongside remixes from Hernan Cattaneo and Soundexile and Yves Eaux.

Another Time, Another Place (7/9) Movie CLIP – You Think I Don't Feel Guilty Enough? (1958) HD

Alan (Terence Longdon) asks Kay (Glynis Johns) what life was like when her husband was away in the war.

Lana Turner stars as Sara Scott, an American war correspondent whose whirlwind romance with a young British journalist (Sean Connery) ends in tragedy when his plane crashes while covering an assignment. After recovering from a nervous breakdown, Sara tries to come to terms with her grief by visiting her lover’s widow (Glynis Johns). Based on the novel Weep No More by Lenore Coffee, Another Time, Another Place did excellent box-office business thanks to the concurrent real-life scandal involving the death of Turner’s gangster boyfriend Johnny Stompanato at the hands of her teenage daughter.

TM & © Paramount (1958)
Cast: Terence Longdon, Barry Sullivan, Glynis Johns, Lana Turner
Director: Lewis Allen
Producers: Lewis Allen, Joe Kaufmann, E.M. Smedley-Aston
Screenwriters: Stanley Mann, Lenore J. Coffee

My Best Friend's Wedding (1/7) Movie CLIP – Moves You've Never Seen (1997) HD

Julianne (Julia Roberts) uses a baseball game to start making the moves on Michael (Dermot Mulroney) to steal him back before the wedding.

A woman realizes that friends can be lovers, but now has to convince the friend in question in this romantic comedy. Michael O’Neal (Dermot Mulroney) and Julianne Potter (Julia Roberts) were romantically involved in college, and after breaking up, they have managed to remain close friends. For years, Julianne and Michael have had a pledge that if both were single when they turned 28, they would get married. Shortly before her 28th birthday, Julianne is lamenting the sad state of her love life when she gets a call from Michael, who announces that he has important news. Julianne is convinced that Michael is going to ask her to marry him, and she is crestfallen when he announces that he’s engaged to Kimmy Wallace (Cameron Diaz). Kimmy seems like the perfect woman for Michael; she’s sweet, pretty, bright, and adores Michael, and her wealthy family is just as fond of him as she is. But now that Julianne has realized how much she loves Michael, she’s not about to give him up without a fight — and isn’t afraid to fight dirty. Julianne’s uneasy ally in the battle for Michael’s affections is her friend and editor George Downes (Rupert Everett), a cheerfully out-of-the-closet homosexual who is not prepared when Julianne asks him to pose as her boyfriend.

TM & © Sony (1997)
Cast: Philip Bosco, Christopher Masterson, Dermot Mulroney, M. Emmet Walsh, Julia Roberts
Director: P.J. Hogan
Producers: Ronald Bass, Jerry Zucker
Screenwriter: Ronald Bass

Vertigo Official Trailer #1 – (1958) HD

A San Francisco detective (James Stewart) suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend’s wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her.

Dismissed when first released, later heralded as one of director Alfred Hitchcock’s finest films (and, according to Hitchcock, his most personal one), this adaptation of the French novel D’entre les morts weaves an intricate web of obsession and deceit. It opens as Scottie Ferguson (James Stewart) realizes he has vertigo, a condition resulting in a fear of heights, when a police officer is killed trying to rescue him from falling off a building. Scottie then retires from his position as a private investigator, only to be lured into another case by his old college friend, Gavin Elster (Tom Helmore). Elster’s wife, Madeleine (Kim Novak), has been possessed by a spirit, and Elster wants Scottie to follow her. He hesitantly agrees, and thus begins the film’s wordless montage as Scottie follows the beautiful yet enigmatic Madeleine through 1950s San Francisco (accompanied by Bernard Herrmann’s hypnotic score). After saving her from suicide, Scottie begins to fall in love with her, and she appears to feel the same way. Here tragedy strikes, and each twist in the movie’s second half changes our preconceptions about the characters and events. In 1996 a new print of Vertigo was released, restoring the original grandeur of the colors and the San Francisco backdrop, as well as digitally enhancing the soundtrack.

TM & © Universal (1958)
Cast: James Stewart, Kim Novak
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Producers: Herbert Coleman, James C. Katz, Alfred Hitchcock
Screenwriters: Alec Coppel, Samuel A. Taylor, Pierre Boileau, Thomas Narcejac, Maxwell Ander