Tuesday, 27 November 2007

Paleo-Cinema

Take a few moments to tear yourself away from the fleapit and visit Paleo-Cinema. Paleo is a blog by Australian film buff Terry Frost. Terry describes himself thus : "Movie buff, former professional Dungeons and Dragons player, Ditmar Award winning passionate amateur writer, Francophile, iconoclast and passionate atheist, Mr Frost lives in a palatial home in Melbourne surrounded by albino peacocks, capuchin monkeys and deformed manservants with amputated tongues." Get all Terry's news from his blog and then click onto his podcast to listen to the man himself tell you about his favourite movies! You'll find it addictive. At the moment Terry is talking about non-Bond spy movies. You can link directly to the blog and podcast from this page.

Terry Frost Writes : Glad you like my humble rants. The next one should be out in a couple of days. I'm discussing Italian Neorealist cinema and the ouerve of Gerry Anderson in the same podcast.

4 comments:

Cerpts said...

Big fan big fan. I've listened to all 4 (so far) of the podcasts and thought they were great. Now all we have to do is get Weaverman the technology to do his own podcast!

Terry Frost said...

Glad you like my humble rants. The next one should be out in a couple of days. I'm discussing Italian Neorealist cinema and the ouerve of Gerry Anderson in the same podcast.

Cerpts said...

Yes indeed. Love your podcast. And, I don't know whether you intended for it to have this effect or not but. . .

After hearing your "Spy movie" podcast, I ordered all the Dean Martin "Matt Helm" movies on DVD. I've never seen them but always wanted to -- and your podcast reminded me that they might be a lot of fun.

But fear not, if causing your listeners to buy Dean Martin spy movies wasn't your intention, I also ordered a DVD of The Bad and the Beautiful which I've never seen. So, like Weaverman, you've managed to positively affect my "movies to watch" list! Keep up the great podcasts!

Terry Frost said...

I'm definitely keeping up the podcasts. At the moment they're running every three weeks and the next one, the Xmas Show should be a lot longer than usual. Thanks for the great feedback and I hope you enjoy the films. One of the best aspects of being a movie buff is sharing the films we're passionate about.