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[MILESTONE] Nurly Zhol: High-speed rail in Kazakhstan

2020.09.22 16:58 ForestChapel [MILESTONE] Nurly Zhol: High-speed rail in Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan's national infrastructure development plan, Nurly Zhol, includes a major commitment to infrastructure in Kazakhstan. Our nation is blessed with great cities and incredible luck to be the western gate for China and the eastern gate for Europe. Plans for a Nur-Sultan to Almaty link have been under consideration for over a decade, but various partners have not been able to actually begin the project. One particularly difficult stage of this task is the required construction of an aqueduct over Lake Balkhash, which is seen as possible but very expensive.
However, pressure has been building not only internally, but also externally, with both Beijing and Moscow committed in theory to the construction of a Beijing-Moscow HSR link. This would be required to pass through Kazakhstan and as such Kazakhstan would first need to build a high-speed line of it's own. Russia has begun construction of the Moscow-Kazan link, and China has only the Urumqi-Khorgos link left to connect to Kazakhstan's borders, so we wish to get started. Action needs to be taken swiftly as both Russia and China have signalled their willingness to pursue a Mongolia-Tuva route instead if Kazakhstan will not cooperate. Therefore, President Tokayev has announced that Kazakhstan "will take it's rightful place in the New Silk Road".
The ambitious 7-year project will build a single high-speed rail line of Russian gauge starting from the Russian border at Troitsk and proceeding to Kostanay, Kokshetau, Nur-Sultan, Karagandy and Balkhash before crossing Lake Balkhash and heading to Almaty; from Almaty the line will head to the existing railhead at Khorgos, where it can connect to the Chinese railway system. This line, of approximately 2,000km, would include 7 stations. Modern high-speed railways construction in China costs around $30 million per kilometre, giving an expected cost of $60 billion over the duration of the project and a completion date of 2028.
The intended purpose of this link is to connect China to Europe - so we will be reaching out to China and Russia to secure their cooperation. In China's case, we need them to extend their HSR from Urumqi to Khorgos, a mere 600km, and in Russia's case, we need them to commit to the expansion of their network via Chelyabinsk, the closest major city to Kazakhstan's chosen border crossing and a natural extension of the Moscow-Kazan line due to finish in 2023. Of course funding would also be appreciated.
Stage 1 of this grand project will be the "easy" parts - construction over the vast flat prairies from the Russian border to Nur-Sultan, where infrastructure exists and existing railway construction techniques will work very well. Stage 2 will include the construction of the Baikal Viaduct and connection through the desert to Almaty, followed by Stage 3, the connection to China.
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2020.09.19 17:29 tombstoneshadows28 Turner Classic Movies (U.S.) Schedule for October, 2020 (All times E.S.T.)

Thursday, October 01, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) Up The Down Staircase (1967/124 m/Robert Mulligan)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) Our Miss Brooks (1956/85 m/Al Lewis)
(4:00 AM) (drama)The Corn Is Green (1945/114 m/Irving Rapper)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Girl He Left Behind (1956/103 m/David Butler)
(8:00 AM) (war) Lafayette Escadrille (1958/93 m/William A. Wellman)
(9:45 AM) (comedy) Dondi (1961/100 m/Albert Zugsmith) '
(11:30 AM) (epic) The Shoes of the Fisherman (1968/162 m/Michael Anderson)
(2:15 PM) (crime) Ring of Fire (1961/91 m/Andrew L. Stone)
(4:00 PM) (suspense) Twenty Plus Two (1961/103 m/Joseph M. Newman)
(5:45 PM) (horror) Marooned (1969/129 m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) (drama) La Strada (1954/108 m/Federico Fellini)
(10:00 PM) (romance) Two for the Road (1967/111 m/Stanley Donen)
Friday, October 02, 2020
(12:00 AM) (romance) Dodsworth (1936/101 m/William Wyler)
(2:00 AM) (documentary) The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944/40 m/Lt. Col. William Wyler)
(3:00 AM) (drama) Black Girl (1966/60 m/Ousmane Sembene)
(4:15 AM) (drama) The Music Room (1958/99 m/Satyajit Ray)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Go West (1940/80 m/Edward Buzzell)
(7:45 AM) (comedy) The Big Store (1941/83 m/Charles Riesner)
(9:30 AM) (comedy) Double Dynamite (1951/81 m/Irving Cummings)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Girl In Every Port (1952/86 m/Chester Erskine)
(12:30 PM) (comedy) A Day at the Races (1937/109 m/Sam Wood)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) At the Circus (1939/87 m/Edward Buzzell)
(4:15 PM) (comedy) A Night at the Opera (1935/91 m/Sam Wood)
(6:00 PM) (epic) The Story of Mankind (1957/100 m/Irwin Allen)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Dracula (1931/74m/Tod Browning)
(9:30 PM) (suspense) Cat People (1942/73 m/Jacques Tourneur)
(11:00 PM) (horror) House on Haunted Hill (1958/75 m/William Castle)
Saturday, October 03, 2020
(12:30 AM) (horror) The Haunting (1963/112 m/Robert Wise)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) Wigstock: The Movie (1995/85 m/Barry Shils)
(5:15 AM) (short) The Relaxed Wife (1957/13 m/?)
(5:15 AM) (short) Time Out for Trouble (1961/19m/David S. Glidden)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Million Dollar Baby (1941/101 m/Curtis Bernhardt)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: The Peachy Cobbler (1950/7 m/Fred (Tex) Avery)
(8:08 AM) (short) Phonies Beware! (1956/8 m/Larry O'Reilly)
(8:17 AM) (short) Night Life in Chicago (1948/9 m/?)
(8:27 AM) (premiere) Arctic Fury (1949/61 m/Norman Dawn)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) THE WILD WEST DAYS: Redskins’ Revenge (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Baby Wants a Bottleship (1942/7 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) (adventure) Safari Drums (1953/71 m/Ford Beebe)
(11:30 AM) (documentary) Alaska Lifeboat (1956/21 m/Herbert Morgan)
(12:00 PM) (drama) The Prince and the Pauper (1937/118 m/William Keighley)
(2:15 PM) (crime) Key Largo (1948/100 m/John Huston)
(4:15 PM) The Defiant Ones (1958/96 m/Stanley Kramer)
(6:00 PM) (romance) The Thomas Crown Affair (1968/102 m/Norman Jewison)
(8:00 PM) (epic) Lawrence of Arabia (1962/227 m/David Lean)
Sunday, October 04, 2020
(12:00 AM) (crime) Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950/95 m/Otto Preminger)
(2:00 AM) (western) Across the Wide Missouri (1951/78 m/William Wellman)
(3:30 AM) (musical) On An Island With You (1948/108 m/Richard Thorpe)
(5:30 AM) (short) Inflation (1942/17 m/Cy Endfield)
(6:00 AM) (romance) The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937/98 m/Richard Boleslawski)
(7:45 AM) (romance) Humoresque (1946/124 m/Jean Negulesco)
(10:00 AM) (crime) Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950/95 m/Otto Preminger)
(12:00 PM) (comedy) Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949/83 m/Elliott Nugent)
(1:30 PM) (comedy) The Women (1939/133 m/George Cukor)
(4:00 PM) (musical) Bye Bye Birdie (1963/112 m/George Sidney)
(6:00 PM) (documentary) The Great Buster: A Celebration (2018/101 m/Peter Bogdanovich)
(8:00 PM) (silent) Sherlock Jr. (1924/46 m/Buster Keaton)
(9:00 PM) (silent) The General (1927/79 m/Buster Keaton)
(10:30 PM) (silent) Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928/71 m/Charles F. Reisner)
Monday, October 05, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Seven Chances (1925/57 m/Buster Keaton)
(2:00 AM) (drama) Viridiana (1961/91 m/Luis Buñuel)
(3:45 AM) (drama) The Exterminating Angel (1962/92 m/Luis Buñuel)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Roberta (1935/106 m/William A. Seiter)
(8:00 AM) (musical) Fashions of 1934 (1934/78 m/William Dieterle)
(9:30 AM) (drama) Stolen Holiday (1937/80 m/Michael Curtiz)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Designing Woman (1957/118 m/Vincente Minnelli)
(1:00 PM) (comedy) Made in Paris (1966/103 m/Boris Sagal)
(2:45 PM) (romance) A Place for Lovers (1969/88 m/Vittorio De Sica)
(4:30 PM) (horror) Blood and Black Lace (1964/88 m/Mario Bava)
(6:00 PM) (suspense) Lured (1947/103 m/Douglas Sirk)
(8:00 PM) (crime) Cash on Demand (1961/80 min/Quentin Lawrence)
(9:30 PM) (romance) The End of the Affair (1955/106 m/Edward Dmytryk)
(11:30 PM) (crime) Time Without Pity (1957/85 m/Joseph Losey)
Tuesday, October 06, 2020
(1:15 AM) (adventure) John Paul Jones (1959/126 m/John Farrow)
(3:30 AM) (drama) Hamlet (1948/154 m/Laurence Olivier)
(6:15 AM) (comedy) A Chump at Oxford (1940/63 m/Alfred Goulding)
(7:30 AM) (drama) Vigil in the Night (1940/102 m/George Stevens)
(9:15 AM) (comedy) The Gay Bride (1934/80 m/Jack Conway)
(10:45 AM) (musical) Swing High, Swing Low (1937/83 m/Mitchell Leisen)
(12:15 PM) (comedy) Love Before Breakfast (1936/70 m/Walter Lang)
(1:30 PM) (comedy) Nothing Sacred (1937/74 m/William A. Wellman)
(3:00 PM) (comedy) Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941/95 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:45 PM) (comedy) To Be or Not to Be (1942/99 m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(6:30 PM) (documentary) The Golden Age of Comedy (1957/79 m/various)
(8:00 PM) (premiere) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 6) (2019/60 m/Mark Cousins)
(9:15 PM) (drama) The Ascent (1977/109 m/Larisa Sheptiko)
(11:15 PM) (documentary) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 6) (2019/60 m/Mark Cousins)
Wednesday, October 07, 2020
(12:30 AM) Meek's Cutoff (2010/104 m/Kelly Reichardt)
(2:30 AM) (premiere) Cameraperson (2016/103 m/Kirsten Johnson)
(4:30 AM) (comedy) Daisies (1966/76 m/Vera Chytilová)
(9:15 AM) (drama) The Journey (1959/126 m/Anatole Litvak)
(11:30 AM) (drama) The Squall (1929/102 mAlexander Korda)
(1:30 PM) (short) Beautiful Budapest (1938/9 m/?)
(1:45 PM) (short) Rural Hungary (1939/9 m/James A. FitzPatrick)
(2:00 PM) (drama) Fight For Your Lady (1938/66 m/Ben Stoloff)
(3:15 PM) (drama) Storm at Daybreak (1933/79 m/Richard Boleslavsky)
(4:45 PM) (romance) The Shop Around the Corner (1940/99 m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(6:30 PM) (musical) One Heavenly Night (1930/80 m/Geo. Fitzmaurice)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) No Time For Sergeants (1958/119 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(10:15 PM) (drama) A Face in the Crowd (1957/126 m/Elia Kazan)
Thursday, October 08, 2020
(12:30 AM) (western) Hearts of the West (1975/102 m/Howard Zieff)
(2:30 AM) (comedy) Onionhead (1958/110 m/Norman Taurog)
(4:30 AM) (comedy) Thunder Afloat (1939/95 m/George B. Seitz)
(6:15 AM) (crime) The Public Enemy (1931/84 m/William A. Wellman)
(8:15 AM) (romance) Red-Headed Woman (1932/79 m/Jack Conway)
(9:45 AM) (comedy) Dinner at Eight (1933/111 m/George Cukor)
(11:45 AM) (comedy) Saratoga (1937/92 m/Jack Conway)
(1:30 PM) (romance) Hold Your Man (1933/87 m/Sam Wood)
(3:15 PM) (romance) Red Dust (1932/83 m/Victor Fleming)
(4:45 PM) (comedy) Personal Property (1937/84 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(6:15 PM) (comedy) Bombshell (1933/96 m/Victor Fleming)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Front Page (1931/101 m/Lewis Milestone)
(10:00 PM) (suspense) Detour (1945/68 m/Edgar G. Ulmer)
(11:30 PM) (drama) The Man with the Golden Arm (1956/119m/Otto Preminger)
Friday, October 09, 2020
(1:45 AM) (romance) Love Affair (1939/88 m/Leo McCarey)
(3:30 AM) (crime) A Brighter Summer Day (1991/237 m/Edward Yang)
(7:00 AM) (short) Alice in Movieland (1940/22 m/Jean Negulesco)
(7:45 AM) (drama) Nora Prentiss (1947/111 m/Vincent Sherman)
(9:45 AM) (crime) Born to Kill (1947/92 m/Robert Wise)
(11:30 AM) (drama) Dark Passage (1947/106 m/Delmer Daves)
(1:30 PM) (suspense) Out of the Past (1947/97 m/Jacques Tourneur)
(3:15 PM) (crime) Race Street (1948/79 m/Edwin L. Marin)
(4:45 PM) (suspense) Impact (1949/111 m/Arthur Lubin)
(6:45 PM) (suspense) The Woman On Pier 13 (1950/73 m/Robert Stevenson)
8:00 PM) (horror) The Ghoul (1933/81 m/T. Hayes Hunter)
(9:30 PM) (horror) The Black Sleep (1956/82 m/Reginald LeBorg)
(11:00 PM) (horror) Mark of the Vampire (1935/60 m/Tod Browning)
Saturday, October 10, 2020
(12:15 AM) (horror) Night of the Living Dead (1968/96 m/George A. Romero)
(2:00 AM) (adventure) White Lightning (1973/101 m/Joseph Sargent)
(3:45 AM) (drama) Gator (1976/116 m/Burt Reynolds)
(5:45 AM) (short) The Corvair in Action! (1960/6 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) The Opposite Sex (1956/116 m/David Miller)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM Cartoons: Red Hot Riding Hood (1943/7 m/Fred (Tex) Avery)
(8:09 AM) (short) Fortune Seekers (1956/8 m/Larry O'Reilly)
(8:18 AM) (documentary) Historic Maryland (1941/8 m/?)
(8:27 AM) (drama) Men of the North (1930/61 m/Hal Roach)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) THE WILD WEST DAYS: Brink of Doom (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Alona the Sarong Seas (1942/7 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) (premiere) The Golden Idol (1954/71 m/Ford Beebe)\
(11:30 AM) (comedy) King Of The Islands (1935/17 m/Ralph Staub)
. (12:00 PM) (adventure) Tarzan The Ape Man (1932/100 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(2:00 PM) (musical) Lili (1953/81 m/Charles Walters)
(3:30 PM) (comedy) Casino Royale (1967/131 m/John Huston, et. al.)
(6:00 PM) (musical) Top Hat (1935/100 m/Mark Sandrich)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) Gunga Din (1939/117 m/George Stevens)
(10:15 PM) (adventure) The Three Musketeers (1948/126 m/George Sidney)
Sunday, October 11, 2020
(12:30 AM) (crime) The Racket (1951/89 m/John Cromwell)
(2:30 AM) (comedy) Bananas (1971/82 m/Woody Allen)
(4:00 AM) (comedy) Hannah and Her Sisters (1986/107 m/Woody Allen)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935/143 m/Max Reinhardt)
(8:30 AM) (drama) Journey For Margaret (1942/81 m/Major W. S. Van Dyke II)
(10:00 AM) (crime) The Racket (1951/89 m/John Cromwell)
(12:00 PM) (drama) Sounder (1972/105 m/Martin Ritt)
(2:00 PM) (drama) The Secret Garden (1949/92 m/Fred M. Wilcox)
(3:45 PM) (drama) The Catered Affair (1956/94 m/Richard Brooks)
(5:30 PM) (musical) Flower Drum Song (1961/131 m/Henry Koster)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Front Page (1974/105 m/Billy Wilder)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) The Fortune Cookie (1966/126 m/Billy Wilder)
Monday, October 12, 2020
(12:15 AM) (comedy) Sidewalk Stories (1989/99 m/Charles Lane)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) The Firemen's Ball (1967/73 m/Milos Forman)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) All My Good Countrymen (1968/126 m/Vojtěch Jasný)
(6:00 AM) (horror) The Reptile (1966/90 m/John Gilling)
(7:45 AM) (horror) The Killer Shrews (1959/68 m/Ray Kellogg)
(9:00 AM) (horror) King Kong (1933/104 m/Merian C. Cooper)
(11:00 AM) (horror) The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms (1953/80 m/Eugene Lourié)
(12:30 PM) (horror) Gojira (1954/96 m/Ishiro Honda)
(2:00 PM) (horror) Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954/79 m/Jack Arnold)
(3:30 PM) (horror) Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961/59 m/Roger Corman)
(4:45 PM) (horror) The Green Slime (1969/90 m/Kinji Fukasaku)
(6:30 PM) (horror) Night of the Lepus (1972/88 m/William F. Claxton)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960/80 m/Terence Fisher)
(11:00 PM) (horror) Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (1966/81 m/Gordon Flemyng)
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
(12:30 AM) (adventure) She (1965/106 m/Robert Day)
(2:30 AM) (crime) Violent Playground (1958/106 m/Basil Dearden)
(4:30 AM) (premiere) In Saigon: Some May Live (1967/89 m/Vernon Sewell)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Devotion (1931/81 m/Robert Milton)
(7:30 AM) (comedy) The Runaway Bus (1954/74 m/Val Guest)
(9:00 AM) (crime) The Solitaire Man (1933/67 m/Jack Conway)
(10:30 AM) (suspense) Blind Adventure (1933/63 m/Ernest B. Schoedsack)
(11:45 AM) (musical) Double Trouble (1967/92 m/Norman Taurog)
(1:30 PM) (romance) A Warm December (1972/101 m/Sidney Poitier)
(3:30 PM) (drama) The V.I.P.S (1963/119 m/Anthony Asquith)
(5:45 PM) (comedy) The Prince and the Showgirl (1957/117 m/Laurence Olivier)
(8:00 PM) (premiere) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 7) (2019/60 m/Mark Cousins)
(11:00 PM) (documentary) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 7) (2019/60 m/Mark Cousins)
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
(2:00 AM) (documentary) The House Is Black (1963/22 m/?)
(2:30 AM) (romance) First Love (1977/91 m/Joan Darling)
(4:15 AM) (drama) The Night Porter (1974/118 m/Liliana Cavani)
(6:30 AM) (drama) Le Bonheur (1965/80 m/Agnes Varda)
(10:15 AM) (silent) The Unholy Three (1925/86 m/Tod Browning)
(12:00 PM) (silent) The Unknown (1927/49 m/Tod Browning)
(1:00 PM) (silent) The Blackbird (1926/86 m/Tod Browning)
(2:30 PM) (horror) The Thirteenth Chair (1929/73 m/Tod Browning)
(4:00 PM) (horror) Freaks (1932/62 m/Tod Browning)
(5:15 PM) (horror) Mark of the Vampire (1935/60 m/Tod Browning)
(6:30 PM) (horror) The Devil-Doll (1936/78 m/Tod Browning)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940/110 m/John Cromwell)
(10:00 PM) (drama) Sunrise at Campobello (1960/144 m/Vincent J. Donehue)
Thursday, October 15, 2020
(12:45 AM) (drama) Wilson (1944/154 m/Henry King)
(3:30 AM) (war) PT 109 (1963/140 m/Leslie H. Martinson) .
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Three Men on a Horse (1936/86 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(7:30 AM) (crime) Unholy Partners (1941/94 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(9:15 AM) (musical) Sweet Adeline (1935/88 m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Happiness Ahead (1934/86 m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:30 PM) (drama) Big City Blues (1932/63 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(1:45 PM) (suspense) The Bad Seed (1956/129 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(4:00 PM) (drama) They Won't Forget (1937/95 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(5:45 PM) (romance) Random Harvest (1942/126 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:00 PM) (war) Tunes of Glory (1960/107 m/Ronald Neame)
(10:00 PM) (war) The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943/164 m/Michael Powell)
Friday, October 16, 2020
(1:00 AM) (war) The Seventh Cross (1944/112 m/Fred Zinnemann)
(3:00 AM) (drama) The Diary of Anne Frank (1959/180 m/George Stevens)
(6:15 AM) (documentary) Trances (1981/89 m/Ahmed El Maanouni)
(8:00 AM) (comedy) Little Shop of Horrors (1960/72 m/Roger Corman)
(9:15 AM) (horror) Village of the Damned (1960/77 m/Wolf Rilla)
(10:45 AM) (horror) The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962/82 m/Joseph Green)
(12:15 PM) (horror) Carnival of Souls (1962/78 m/Herk Harvey)
(1:45 PM) (horror) Dementia 13 (1963/75 m/Francis Ford Coppola)
(3:15 PM) (horror) The Raven (1963/86 m/Roger Corman)
(4:45 PM) (horror) Spider Baby (1964/84 m/Jack Hill)
(6:15 PM) (horror) The Nanny (1965/93 m/Seth Holt)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Dead of Night (1945/103 m/Alberto Cavalcanti, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer, Charles Crichton)
(10:00 PM) (horror) Twice-Told Tales (1963/120 m/Sidney Salkow)
Saturday, October 17, 2020
(12:15 AM) (horror) Black Sabbath (1963/96 m/Mario Bava)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) Enter the Ninja (1981/99 m/Menahem Golan)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) Revenge of the Ninja (1983/?/Sam Firstenberg)
(5:30 AM) (short) Shake Hands With Danger (1970/23 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (war) The Password Is Courage (1962/115 m/Andrew L. Stone)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: Sheep Wrecked (1958/6 m/Michael Lah)
(8:08 AM) (documentary) Cave Explorers (1957/8 m/Heinz Scheiderbauer)
(8:17 AM) (short) The Capital City Washington, D.C. (1940/9 m/?)
(8:27 AM) (drama) She Loved A Fireman (1937/58 m/John Farrow)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) The WILD WEST DAYS: Indians Are Coming (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: A Hull of a Mess (1942/6 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) (adventure) Lord of the Jungle (1955/69 m/Ford Beebe)
(11:30 AM) (short) Kissing Time (1933/22 m/Roy Mack)
(12:00 PM) (western) Angel And The Badman (1947/100 m/James Edward Grant)
(1:45 PM) (adventure) Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951/117 m/Raoul Walsh)
(4:00 PM) (comedy) Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969/93 m/Burt Kennedy)
(5:45 PM) (horror) Rollerball (1975/125 m/Norman Jewison)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Singin' in the Rain (1952/103 m/Gene Kelly)
(10:00 PM) (musical) Summer Stock (1950/109 m/Charles Walters)
Sunday, October 18, 2020
(12:00 AM) (crime) Destination Murder (1950/73 m/Edward L. Cahn)
(1:45 AM) (comedy) The Fearless Vampire Killers or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck (1966/107 m/Roman Polanski)
(3:45 AM) (horror) House of Dark Shadows (1970/97 m/Dan Curtis)
(5:30 AM) (short) Return to Glennascaul (1953/24 m/Hilton Edwards)
(6:00 AM) (drama) The Life of Emile Zola (1937/116 m/William Dieterle)
(8:15 AM) (comedy) His Girl Friday (1940/92 m/Howard Hawks)
(10:00 AM) (crime) Destination Murder (1950/73 m/Edward L. Cahn)
(11:45 AM) (epic) The Good Earth (1937/138 m/Sidney Franklin)
(2:15 PM) (drama) Written on the Wind (1957/99 m/Douglas Sirk)
(4:00 PM) (romance) Dear Heart (1964/114 m/Delbert Mann)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Peggy Sue Got Married (1986/105 m/Francis Ford Coppola)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) Losing Ground (1982/86 m/Kathleen Collins)
Monday, October 19, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Exit Smiling (1926/77 m/Sam Taylor)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) I Am Waiting (1957/91 m/Koreyoshi Kurahara)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) A Colt Is My Passport (1967/84 m/Takashi Nomura) .
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) I Married a Witch (1942/77 m/René Clair)
(7:30 AM) (comedy) Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941/95 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(9:15 AM) (crime) Touch of Evil (1958/111 m/Orson Welles)
(11:30 AM) (adventure) Mogambo (1953/116 m/John Ford)
(1:45 PM) (suspense) North by Northwest (1959/136 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:15 PM) (drama) In A Lonely Place (1950/93 m/Nicholas Ray)
(6:00 PM) (war) Any Number Can Play (1949/103 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:00 PM) (suspense) The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959/87 m/Terence Fisher)
(9:30 PM) (horror) Horror of Dracula (1958/81 m/Terence Fisher)
(11:15 PM) (horror) The Mummy (1959/88 m/Terence Fisher)
(1:00 AM) (horror) The Curse of Frankenstein (1957/83 min/Terence Fisher)
(2:45 AM) (horror) Frankenstein Created Woman (1967/92 min/Terence Fisher)
(4:30 AM) (horror) Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed! (1970/101 m/Terence Fisher)
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
(6:15 AM) (comedy) Front Page Woman (1935/82 m/Michael Curtiz)
(7:45 AM) (romance) Wife Vs. Secretary (1936/88 m/Clarence Brown)
(9:30 AM) (suspense) Mr. And Mrs. North (1941/67 m/Robert B. Sinclair)
(10:45 AM) (comedy) Theodora Goes Wild (1936/94 m/Richard Boleslawski)
(12:30 PM) (comedy) Breakfast for Two (1937/68 m/Alfred Santell)
(1:45 PM) (comedy) Four's A Crowd (1938/92 m/Michael Curtiz)
(3:30 PM) (comedy) It's A Wonderful World (1939/86 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(5:00 PM) (comedy) Fools For Scandal (1938/80 m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(6:30 PM) (romance) Love on the Run (1936/80 m/W. S. Van Dyke)
(8:00 PM) (premiere) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 8) (2019/60 min/Mark Cousins)
(10:45 PM) (documentary) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 8) (2019/60 m/Mark Cousins)
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
(2:00 AM) (premiere) The Third Miracle (1999/119 m/Agnieszka Holland)
(7:45 AM) (short) The Birth, the Life and the Death of Christ (1906/34 m/Alice Guy-Blache)
(8:30 AM) (documentary) Araya (1959/83 m/Margot Benacerraf)
(10:00 AM) (drama) Children of a Lesser God (1986/119 m/Randa Haines)
(12:15 PM) (drama) Young Dr. Kildare (1938/82 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(1:45 PM) (drama) Calling Dr. Kildare (1939/86 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(3:30 PM) (drama) The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939/84 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(5:00 PM) (drama) Dr. Kildare Goes Home (1940/79 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(6:30 PM) (drama) Dr. Kildare's Crisis (1940/75 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) Hard To Handle (1933/78 m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(9:30 PM) (crime) The Beast of the City (1932/86 m/Charles Brabin)
(11:15 PM) (drama) One Way Passage (1932/67 m/Tay Garnett)
Thursday, October 22, 2020
(12:45 AM) (crime) They Live By Night (1948/95 m/Nicolas Ray)
(2:30 AM) (adventure) The Prisoner of Zenda (1952/100 m/Richard Thorpe)
(4:15 AM) (adventure) Green Fire (1955/100 m/Andrew Marton)
(6:00 AM) (adventure) Three Faces East (1930/71 m/Roy Del Ruth)
(7:30 AM) (drama) Born to Love (1932/81 m/Paul L. Stein)
(9:00 AM) (drama) The Common Law (1932/74 m/Paul L. Stein)
(10:30 AM) (drama) Rockabye (1932/68 m/George Cukor)
(11:45 AM) (drama) Bed of Roses (1933/ 67 /Gregory LaCava)
(1:00 PM) (drama) Our Betters (1933/83 m/George Cukor)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) Topper (1937/97 m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(4:15 PM) (comedy) Topper Takes a Trip (1939/80 m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(5:45 PM) (comedy) Merrily We Live (1938/95 m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(8:00 PM) (crime) The Killers (1964/93 m/Donald Siegel)
(9:45 PM) (drama) The Breaking Point (1950/97 m/Michael Curtiz)
(11:30 PM) (horror) The Mystery Of The Wax Museum (1933/77 m/Michael Curtiz)
Friday, October 23, 2020
(1:00 AM) (horror) Night of the Living Dead (1968/96 m/George A. Romero)
(3:00 AM) (premiere) A River Called Titas (1973/158 m/Ritwik Ghatak)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Inside Straight (1951/87 m/Gerald Mayer)
(7:30 AM) (crime) Absolute Quiet (1936/70 m/George B. Seitz)
(8:45 AM) (drama) Chain Lightning (1950/95 m/Stuart Heisler)
(10:30 AM) (adventure) Tycoon (1947/129 m/Richard Wallace)
(12:45 PM) (drama) No Marriage Ties (1933/72 m/J. Walter Ruben)
(2:00 PM) (drama) Death of a Scoundrel (1956/120 m/Charles Martin)
(4:15 PM) (crime) Assignment To Kill (1968/99 m/Sheldon Reynolds)
(6:00 PM) (suspense) The Drowning Pool (1975/108 m/Stuart Rosenberg)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Pit and the Pendulum (1961/80 m/Roger Corman)
(9:45 PM) (horror) Spirits of the Dead (1968/121 m/Federico Fellini, Louis Malle, Roger Vadim)
Saturday, October 24, 2020
(12:00 AM) (horror) Murders In The Rue Morgue (1971/98 m/Gordon Hessler)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) Ninja III: The Domination (1984/95 m/Sam Firstenberg)
(3:45 AM) (drama) Heavenly Bodies (1985/89 m/Lawrence Dane)
(5:30 AM) (short) Keep Off The Grass (1969/21 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960/111 m/Charles Walters)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: One Cab's Family (1938/8 m/Fred (Tex) Avery)
(8:09 AM) (documentary) Black Cats and Broomsticks (1955/8 m/Larry O'Reilly)
(8:18 AM) (short) Wandering Here and There (1944/9 m/James A. FitzPatrick)
(8:28 AM) (romance) King Of The Lumberjacks (1940/59 m/William Clemens)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) THE WILD WEST DAYS: Leap For Life (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Cartoons Ain’t Human (1943/7 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:09 AM) (adventure) Tarzan And The Amazons (1945/76 m/Kurt Neumann)
(11:30 AM) (short) The Flame Song (1934/22 m/Joseph Henabery)
(12:00 PM) (suspense) Harper (1966/121 m/Jack Smight)
(2:15 PM) (horror) Brainstorm (1983/106 m/Douglas Trumbull)
(4:15 PM) (war) Men Of The Fighting Lady (1954/80 m/Andrew Marton)
(5:45 PM) (drama) Citizen Kane (1941/119 m/Orson Welles)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Ace in the Hole (1951/111m/Billy Wilder)
(10:15 PM) (premiere) Flesh and Fury (1952/83 m/Joseph Pevney)
Sunday, October 25, 2020
(12:00 AM) (adventure) Macao (1952/81 m/Josef von Sternberg)
(1:45 AM) (horror) The Werewolf (1956/80 m/Fred F. Sears)
(3:15 AM) (premiere) The Howling (1981/91 m/Joe Dante)
(5:00 AM) (horror) The Mummy (1932/73 m/Karl Freund)
(6:15 AM) (suspense) Murder on the Blackboard (1934/72 m/George Archainbaud)
(7:30 AM) (romance) All This, and Heaven Too (1940/143 m/Anatole Litvak)
(10:00 AM) (adventure) Macao (1952/81 m/Josef von Sternberg)
(12:00 PM) (romance) The White Cliffs Of Dover (1944/126 m/Clarence Brown)
(2:15 PM) (epic) Around the World in 80 Days (1956/182 m/Michael Anderson)
(5:30 PM) (horror) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962/134 m/Robert Aldrich)
(8:00 PM) (western) 3:10 to Yuma (1957/92 m/Delmer Daves)
(10:00 PM) (western) Gunman's Walk (1958/95 m/Phil Karlson)
Monday, October 26, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (1922/107 m/Benjamin Christensen)
(2:00 AM) (suspense) Diabolique (1955/117 m/Henri-Georges Clouzot)
(4:15 AM) (horror) Eyes Without a Face (1959/90 m/Georges Franju)
(6:00 AM) (suspense) The Beast with Five Fingers (1946/88 m/Robert Florey)
(7:45 AM) (adventure) Mara Maru (1952/98 m/Gordon Douglas)
(9:30 AM) (drama) They Won't Believe Me (1947/80 m/Irving Pichel)
(11:15 AM) (suspense) Where Danger Lives (1950/80 m/John Farrow)
(1:00 PM) (suspense) Fingers at the Window (1942/81 m/Charles Lederer)
(2:30 PM) (suspense) Footsteps in the Dark (1941/96 m/Lloyd Bacon)
(4:15 PM) (suspense) Kill or Cure (1962/88 m/George Pollock)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) The Gazebo (1960/102m/George Marshall)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Nothing But the Night (1972/91 m/Peter Sasdy)
(9:45 PM) (horror) Madhouse (1974/91 m/James Clark)
(11:30 PM) (horror) From Beyond the Grave (1973/98 m/Kevin Connor)
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
(1:30 AM) (horror) Scream and Scream Again (1970/95 m/Gordon Hessler)
(3:15 AM) (premiere) The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973/88 m/Alan Gibson)
(4:45 AM) (horror) Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972/96 m/Alan Gibson)
(6:30 AM) (western) Somewhere In Sonora (1933/58 m/Mack V. Wright)
(7:45 AM) (western) Along the Rio Grande (1941/64 m/Edward Killy)
(9:00 AM) (western) Valley of the Sun (1942/78 m/George Marshall)
(10:30 AM) (western) Sagebrush Trail (1933/53 m/Armand Schaefer)
(11:30 AM) (western) Devil's Canyon (1953/92 m/Alfred Werker)
(1:15 PM) (western) The Hired Gun (1957/64 m/Ray Nazarro)
(2:30 PM) (premiere) Black Patch (1957/82 m/Allen H. Miner)
(4:00 PM) (western) Virginia City (1940/121 m/Michael Curtiz)
(6:15 PM) (western) Escape From Fort Bravo (1953/98 m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) (premiere) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 9) (2019/60 m/Mark Cousins)
(11:00 PM) (documentary) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema (episode 9) (2019/60 m/Mark Cousins)
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
(12:15 AM) (comedy) Girlfriends (1978/88 m/Claudia Weill)
(2:00 AM) (drama) The Connection (1962/103 m/Shirley Clarke)
(4:00 AM) (comedy) Lost In Yonkers (1993/114 m/Martha Coolidge)
(10:00 AM) (drama) Winter Meeting (1948/104 m/Bretaigne Windust)
(12:00 PM) (romance) I Know Where I'm Going (1945/92 m/Michael Powell)
(1:45 PM) (romance) The Enchanted Cottage (1945/92 m/John Cromwell)
(3:30 PM) (romance) Random Harvest (1942/126 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(6:00 PM) (romance) Desire Me (1947/91 m/George Cukor)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Best Man (1964/102 m/Franklin J. Schaffner)
(10:00 PM) (drama) State of the Union (1948/123 m/Frank Capra)
Thursday, October 29, 2020
(12:15 AM) (comedy) The Great McGinty (1940/82 m/Preston Sturges)
(2:00 AM) (drama) The Candidate (1972/110 m/Michael Ritchie)
(4:00 AM) (drama) All the King's Men (1949/110 m/Robert Rossen)
(6:00 AM) (western) Haunted Gold (1932/58 m/Mack V. Wright)
(7:00 AM) (horror) The Devil-Doll (1936/78 m/Tod Browning)
(8:30 AM) (suspense) Before Dawn (1933/61 m/Irving Pichel)
(9:45 AM) (comedy) Man Alive (1946/70 m/Ray Enright)
(11:00 AM) (horror) Tormented (1960/75 m/Bert I. Gordon)
(12:30 PM) (adventure) Angel on My Shoulder (1946/101 m/Archie Mayo)
(2:15 PM) (horror) Night Of Dark Shadows (1971/94 m/Dan Curtis)
(4:00 PM) (horror) Indestructible Man (1956/71 m/Jack Pollexfen)
(5:15 PM) (horror) From Hell It Came (1957/71 m/Johnny Greenwald)
(6:30 PM) (horror) Death Curse of Tartu (1966/88 m/William Grefé)
(8:00 PM) (western) Winchester '73 (1950/92 m/Anthony Mann)
(10:00 PM) (western) She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949/104 m/John Ford)
Friday, October 30, 2020
(12:00 AM) (documentary) Primary (1960/53 m/Robert Drew)
(1:15 AM) (documentary) Crisis (1963/53 m/Robert Drew)
(2:15 AM) (premiere) Dos Monjes (1934//Juan Bustillo Oro)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Of Mice and Men (1939/107m/Lewis Milestone)
(6:00 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(6:30 AM) (horror) Doctor X (1932/76 m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 AM) (horror) The Mask Of Fu Manchu (1932/68 m/Charles Brabin)
(9:30 AM) (horror) The Most Dangerous Game (1932/63 m/Ernest B. Schoedsack)
(10:45 AM) (horror) Island of Lost Souls (1932/70 m/Erle C. Kenton)
(12:00 PM) (horror) White Zombie (1932/67 m/Victor Halperin)
(1:30 PM) (horror) The Vampire Bat (1933/63 m/Frank Strayer)
(2:45 PM) (horror) The Mystery Of The Wax Museum (1933/77 m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:15 PM) (horror) Mad Love (1935/68 m/Karl Freund)
(5:30 PM) (horror) The Walking Dead (1936/65 m/Michael Curtiz)
(6:45 PM) (horror) The Return of Doctor X (1939/62 m/Vincent Sherman)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Burn, Witch, Burn! (1962/89 m/Sidney Hayers)
(9:45 PM) (horror) The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake (1959/70 m/Edward L. Cahn)
(11:00 PM) (horror) The Devil's Bride (1968/96 m/Terence Fisher)
Saturday, October 31, 2020
(12:45 AM) (horror) The Conqueror Worm (1968/87 m/Michael Reeves)
(5:15 AM) (short) The Distant Drummer: Flowers of Darkness (1972/22 m/William Templeton)
(5:15 AM) (short) Movie Trailer (1950/16 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (horror) Freaks (1932/62 m/Tod Browning)
(7:15 AM) (horror) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932/96 m/Rouben Mamoulian)
(9:00 AM) (horror) House of Wax (1953/88 m/Andre DeToth)
(10:45 AM) (horror) Children of the Damned (1964/90 m/Anton M. Leader)
(12:30 PM) (suspense) The Bad Seed (1956/129 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(2:45 PM) (drama) The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945/110 m/Albert Lewin)
(4:45 PM) (horror) The Wolf Man (1941/70 m/George Waggner)
(6:00 PM) (horror) The Haunting (1963/112 m/Robert Wise)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964/95 m/Stanley Kubrick) .
(10:00 PM) (horror) Them! (1954/92 m/Gordon Douglas)
(12:00 AM) (horror) The Seventh Victim (1943/71 m/Mark Robson)
(1:30 AM) (horror) I Walked With A Zombie (1943/69 m/Jacques Tourneur)
(3:00 AM) (horror) The Body Snatcher (1945/78 m/Robert Wise)
(4:30 AM) (suspense) The Leopard Man (1943/66 m/Jacques Tourneur)
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2020.09.11 09:13 BazF91 I watched Wanda (1970)

This film has weird staying power. I wouldn't say I loved it or would necessarily recommend to anybody, but those who have seen it will know that it has an unusual effect on you.
Some background: Barbara Loden was the wife of Elia Kazan, and starred in a couple of his movies, notably Splendor in the Grass as the 'deadbeat slutty sister' who the father spurns and epitomises to Warren Beatty the kind of life he wants to avoid at all costs. Although she was a minor character in the film and dies off-screen, her acting in the movie really brought the character to life and I was perhaps even more interested in what happened to her than what happened to Natalie Wood's character.
Nine years later, she directed her own independent low-budget movie Wanda, the only one of her career as she sadly died in 1980 from cancer. In a sense, I almost saw this film as a spiritual extension of her character in Splendor, because Loden plays an utterly apathetic destitute of a woman who seems to have no ambition.
It's a tough watch because many of the times you'd expect Wanda to change her behaviour to make her life better, she doesn't. This is passiveness on a new scale. At the beginning of the movie she shows up late to a court hearing and relinquishes her children to her estranged husband. She subsequently loses her job for being lazy. Afterwards, she drifts into a sort of misadventure where she lets other people make decisions for her, inadvertently becoming a partner in crime to a bank robber.
While absurd in its plot, Loden really underplays just about everything she can to make Wanda's world seem as drab and depressing as possible. Not much seems to happen, but when you look back on the movie, actually quite a lot happens.
It's true that it's difficult to watch a loser be a loser, and never have an epiphany (as many real-life 'losers' do not) but there are a couple of moments that really shine through and stick with you. The first and main moment is that, when she manages to pull off a part of the plan during a crime scene, her new master tells her she did a good job and she smiles for the first and only time in the movie. It's clear this moment means the world to her, she is craving some sort of approval, even if it comes from a bank robber who just threatened the lives of a whole innocent family.
The second moment is when she manages to overcome her passiveness and avoid being raped at the end of the movie. It's an interesting moment because we see that even Wanda has her limits, but it still doesn't inspire her to take control of her life.
I will say I thought Barbara Loden was a bit too attractive to play her leading lady. Her acting was fantastic but she just didn't have the stereotypical look of a loser. Perhaps it's a simple lesson that losers can look attractive too, who knows?
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2020.08.26 11:20 tombstoneshadows28 Peter Cushing is the Star of the Month for October, 2020 on TCM (U.S.)

Every Monday from 8:00 p.m. till just after the sun comes up.
Thursday, October 01, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) Up The Down Staircase (1967/124 m/Robert Mulligan)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) Our Miss Brooks (1956/85 m/Al Lewis)
(4:00 AM) (drama)The Corn Is Green (1945/114 m/Irving Rapper)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Girl He Left Behind (1956/103 m/David Butler)
(8:00 AM) (war) Lafayette Escadrille (1958/93 m/William A. Wellman)
(9:45 AM) (comedy) Dondi (1961/100 m/Albert Zugsmith)
(11:30 AM) (epic) The Shoes of the Fisherman (1968/162 m/Michael Anderson)
(2:15 PM) (crime) Ring of Fire (1961/91 m/Andrew L. Stone)
(4:00 PM) (suspense) Twenty Plus Two (1961/103 m/Joseph M. Newman)
(5:45 PM) (horror) Marooned (1969/129 m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) (drama) La Strada (1954/108 m/Federico Fellini)
(10:00 PM) (romance) Two for the Road (1967/111 m/Stanley Donen)
Friday, October 02, 2020
(12:00 AM) (romance) Dodsworth (1936/101 m/William Wyler)
(2:00 AM) (documentary) The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944/40 m/Lt. Col. William Wyler)
(3:00 AM) (drama) Black Girl (1966/60 m/Ousmane Sembene)
(4:15 AM) (drama) The Music Room (1958/99 m/Satyajit Ray)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Go West (1940/80 m/Edward Buzzell)
(7:45 AM) (comedy) The Big Store (1941/83 m/Charles Riesner)
(9:30 AM) (comedy) Double Dynamite (1951/81 m/Irving Cummings)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Girl In Every Port (1952/86 m/Chester Erskine)
(12:30 PM) (comedy) A Day at the Races (1937/109 m/Sam Wood)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) At the Circus (1939/87 m/Edward Buzzell)
(4:15 PM) (comedy) A Night at the Opera (1935/91 m/Sam Wood)
(6:00 PM) (epic) The Story of Mankind (1957/100 m/Irwin Allen)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Dracula (1931/74m/Tod Browning)
(9:30 PM) (suspense) Cat People (1942/73 m/Jacques Tourneur)
(11:00 PM) (horror) House on Haunted Hill (1958/75 m/William Castle)
Saturday, October 03, 2020
(12:30 AM) (horror) The Haunting (1963/112 m/Robert Wise)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) Wigstock: The Movie (1995/85 m/Barry Shils)
(5:15 AM) (short) The Relaxed Wife (1957/13 m/?)
(5:15 AM) (short) Time Out for Trouble (1961/19m/David S. Glidden)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Million Dollar Baby (1941/101 m/Curtis Bernhardt)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: The Peachy Cobbler (1950/7 m/Fred (Tex) Avery)
(8:08 AM) (short) Phonies Beware! (1956/8 m/Larry O'Reilly)
(8:17 AM) (short) Night Life in Chicago (1948/9 m/?)
(8:27 AM) (premiere) Arctic Fury (1949/61 m/Norman Dawn)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) THE WILD WEST DAYS: Redskins’ Revenge (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Baby Wants a Bottleship (1942/7 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) (adventure) Safari Drums (1953/71 m/Ford Beebe)
(11:30 AM) (documentary) Alaska Lifeboat (1956/21 m/Herbert Morgan)
(12:00 PM) (drama) The Prince and the Pauper (1937/118 m/William Keighley)
(2:15 PM) (crime) Key Largo (1948/100 m/John Huston)
(4:15 PM) (drama) The Defiant Ones (1958/96 m/Stanley Kramer)
(6:00 PM) (romance) The Thomas Crown Affair (1968/102 m/Norman Jewison)
(8:00 PM) (epic) Lawrence of Arabia (1962/227 m/David Lean)
Sunday, October 04, 2020
(12:00 AM) (crime) Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950/95 m/Otto Preminger)
(2:00 AM) (western) Across the Wide Missouri (1951/78 m/William Wellman)
(3:30 AM) (musical) On An Island With You (1948/108 m/Richard Thorpe)
(5:30 AM) (short) Inflation (1942/17 m/Cy Endfield)
(6:00 AM) (romance) The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937/98 m/Richard Boleslawski)
(7:45 AM) (romance) Humoresque (1946/124 m/Jean Negulesco)
(10:00 AM) (crime) Where the Sidewalk Ends (1950/95 m/Otto Preminger)
(12:00 PM) (comedy) Mr. Belvedere Goes to College (1949/83 m/Elliott Nugent)
(1:30 PM) (comedy) The Women (1939/133 m/George Cukor)
(4:00 PM) (musical) Bye Bye Birdie (1963/112 m/George Sidney)
(6:00 PM) (documentary) The Great Buster: A Celebration (2018/101 m/Peter Bogdanovich)
(8:00 PM) (silent) Sherlock Jr. (1924/46 m/Buster Keaton)
(9:00 PM) (silent) The General (1927/79 m/Buster Keaton)
(10:30 PM) (silent) Steamboat Bill Jr. (1928/71 m/Charles F. Reisner)
Monday, October 05, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Seven Chances (1925/57 m/Buster Keaton)
(2:00 AM) (drama) Viridiana (1961/91 m/Luis Buñuel)
(3:45 AM) (drama) The Exterminating Angel (1962/92 m/Luis Buñuel)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Roberta (1935/106 m/William A. Seiter)
(8:00 AM) (musical) Fashions of 1934 (1934/78 m/William Dieterle)
(9:30 AM) (drama) Stolen Holiday (1937/80 m/Michael Curtiz)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Designing Woman (1957/118 m/Vincente Minnelli)
(1:00 PM) (comedy) Made in Paris (1966/103 m/Boris Sagal)
(2:45 PM) (romance) A Place for Lovers (1969/88 m/Vittorio De Sica)
(4:30 PM) (horror) Blood and Black Lace (1964/88 m/Mario Bava)
(6:00 PM) (suspense) Lured (1947/103 m/Douglas Sirk)
(8:00 PM) (crime) Cash on Demand (1961/80 min/Quentin Lawrence)
(9:30 PM) (romance) The End of the Affair (1955/106 m/Edward Dmytryk)
(11:30 PM) (crime) Time Without Pity (1957/85 m/Joseph Losey)
Tuesday, October 06, 2020
(1:15 AM) (adventure) John Paul Jones (1959/126 m/John Farrow)
(3:30 AM) (drama) Hamlet (1948/154 m/Laurence Olivier)
(6:15 AM) (comedy) A Chump at Oxford (1940/63 m/Alfred Goulding)
(7:30 AM) (drama) Vigil in the Night (1940/102 m/George Stevens)
(9:15 AM) (comedy) The Gay Bride (1934/80 m/Jack Conway)
(10:45 AM) (musical) Swing High, Swing Low (1937/83 m/Mitchell Leisen)
(12:15 PM) (comedy) Love Before Breakfast (1936/70 m/Walter Lang)
(1:30 PM) (comedy) Nothing Sacred (1937/74 m/William A. Wellman)
(3:00 PM) (comedy) Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941/95 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:45 PM) (comedy) To Be or Not to Be (1942/99 m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(6:30 PM) (documentary) The Golden Age of Comedy (1957/79 m/various)
(9:15 PM) (drama) The Ascent (1977/109 m/Larisa Sheptiko)
Wednesday, October 07, 2020
(12:30 AM) Meek's Cutoff (2010/104 m/Kelly Reichardt)
(2:30 AM) (short) Meshes of the Afternoon (1944/14 m/Maya Deren)
(4:30 AM) (comedy) Daisies (1966/76 m/Vera Chytilová
(6:00 AM) (premiere) Cameraperson (2016/102 m/Kirsten Johnson)
(9:15 AM) (drama) The Journey (1959/126 m/Anatole Litvak)
(11:30 AM) (drama) The Squall (1929/102 mAlexander Korda)
(1:30 PM) (short) Beautiful Budapest (1938/9 m/?)
(1:45 PM) (short) Rural Hungary (1939/9 m/James A. FitzPatrick)
(2:00 PM) (drama) Fight For Your Lady (1938/66 m/Ben Stoloff)
(3:15 PM) (drama) Storm at Daybreak (1933/79 m/Richard Boleslavsky)
(4:45 PM) (romance) The Shop Around the Corner (1940/99 m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(6:30 PM) (musical) One Heavenly Night (1930/80 m/Geo. Fitzmaurice)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) No Time For Sergeants (1958/119 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(10:15 PM) (drama) A Face in the Crowd (1957/126 m/Elia Kazan)
Thursday, October 08, 2020
(12:30 AM) (western) Hearts of the West (1975/102 m/Howard Zieff)
(2:30 AM) (comedy) Onionhead (1958/110 m/Norman Taurog)
(4:30 AM) (comedy) Thunder Afloat (1939/95 m/George B. Seitz)
(6:15 AM) (crime) The Public Enemy (1931/84 m/William A. Wellman)
(8:15 AM) (romance) Red-Headed Woman (1932/79 m/Jack Conway)
(9:45 AM) (comedy) Dinner at Eight (1933/111 m/George Cukor)
(11:45 AM) (comedy) Saratoga (1937/92 m/Jack Conway)
(1:30 PM) (romance) Hold Your Man (1933/87 m/Sam Wood)
(3:15 PM) (romance) Red Dust (1932/83 m/Victor Fleming)
(4:45 PM) (comedy) Personal Property (1937/84 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(6:15 PM) (comedy) Bombshell (1933/96 m/Victor Fleming)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Front Page (1931/101 m/Lewis Milestone)
(10:00 PM) (suspense) Detour (1945/68 m/Edgar G. Ulmer)
(11:30 PM) (drama) The Man with the Golden Arm (1956/119m/Otto Preminger)
Friday, October 09, 2020
(1:45 AM) (romance) Love Affair (1939/88 m/Leo McCarey)
(3:30 AM) (crime) A Brighter Summer Day (1991/237 m/Edward Yang)
(7:00 AM) (short) Alice in Movieland (1940/22 m/Jean Negulesco)
(7:45 AM) (drama) Nora Prentiss (1947/111 m/Vincent Sherman)
(9:45 AM) (crime) Born to Kill (1947/92 m/Robert Wise)
(11:30 AM) (drama) Dark Passage (1947/106 m/Delmer Daves)
(1:30 PM) (suspense) Out of the Past (1947/97 m/Jacques Tourneur)
(3:15 PM) (crime) Race Street (1948/79 m/Edwin L. Marin)
(4:45 PM) (suspense) Impact (1949/111 m/Arthur Lubin)
(6:45 PM) (suspense) The Woman On Pier 13 (1950/73 m/Robert Stevenson)
(8:00 PM) (horror) The Ghoul (1933/81 m/T. Hayes Hunter)
(9:30 PM) (horror) The Black Sleep (1956/82 m/Reginald LeBorg)
(11:00 PM) (horror) Mark of the Vampire (1935/60 m/Tod Browning)
Saturday, October 10, 2020
(12:15 AM) (horror) Night of the Living Dead (1968/96 m/George A. Romero)
(2:00 AM) (adventure) White Lightning (1973/101 m/Joseph Sargent)
(3:45 AM) (drama) Gator (1976/116 m/Burt Reynolds)
(5:45 AM) (short) The Corvair in Action! (1960/6 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) The Opposite Sex (1956/116 m/David Miller)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM Cartoons: Red Hot Riding Hood (1943/7 m/Fred (Tex) Avery)
(8:09 AM) (short) Fortune Seekers (1956/8 m/Larry O'Reilly)
(8:18 AM) (documentary) Historic Maryland (1941/8 m/?)
(8:27 AM) (drama) Men of the North (1930/61 m/Hal Roach)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) THE WILD WEST DAYS: Brink of Doom (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Alona the Sarong Seas (1942/7 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) (premiere) The Golden Idol (1954/71 m/Ford Beebe)
(11:30 AM) (comedy) King Of The Islands (1935/17 m/Ralph Staub) .
(12:00 PM) (adventure) Tarzan The Ape Man (1932/100 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(2:00 PM) (musical) Lili (1953/81 m/Charles Walters)
(3:30 PM) (comedy) Casino Royale (1967/131 m/John Huston, et. al.)
(6:00 PM) (musical) Top Hat (1935/100 m/Mark Sandrich)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) Gunga Din (1939/117 m/George Stevens)
(10:15 PM) (adventure) The Three Musketeers (1948/126 m/George Sidney)
Sunday, October 11, 2020
(12:30 AM) (crime) The Racket (1951/89 m/John Cromwell)
(2:30 AM) (comedy) Bananas (1971/82 m/Woody Allen)
(4:00 AM) (comedy) Hannah and Her Sisters (1986/107 m/Woody Allen)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) A Midsummer Night's Dream (1935/143 m/Max Reinhardt)
(8:30 AM) (drama) Journey For Margaret (1942/81 m/Major W. S. Van Dyke II)
(10:00 AM) (crime) The Racket (1951/89 m/John Cromwell)
(12:00 PM) (drama) Sounder (1972/105 m/Martin Ritt)
(2:00 PM) (drama) The Secret Garden (1949/92 m/Fred M. Wilcox)
(3:45 PM) (drama) The Catered Affair (1956/94 m/Richard Brooks)
(5:30 PM) (musical) Flower Drum Song (1961/131 m/Henry Koster)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Front Page (1974/105 m/Billy Wilder)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) The Fortune Cookie (1966/126 m/Billy Wilder)
Monday, October 12, 2020
(12:15 AM) (comedy) Sidewalk Stories (1989/99 m/Charles Lane)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) The Firemen's Ball (1967/73 m/Milos Forman)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) All My Good Countrymen (1968/126 m/Vojtěch Jasný)
(6:00 AM) (horror) The Reptile (1966/90 m/John Gilling)
(7:45 AM) (horror) The Killer Shrews (1959/68 m/Ray Kellogg)
(9:00 AM) (horror) King Kong (1933/104 m/Merian C. Cooper)
(11:00 AM) (horror) The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms (1953/80 m/Eugene Lourié)
(12:30 PM) (horror) Gojira (1954/96 m/Ishiro Honda)
(2:00 PM) (horror) Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954/79 m/Jack Arnold)
(3:30 PM) (horror) Creature from the Haunted Sea (1961/59 m/Roger Corman)
(4:45 PM) (horror) The Green Slime (1969/90 m/Kinji Fukasaku)
(6:30 PM) (horror) Night of the Lepus (1972/88 m/William F. Claxton)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960/80 m/Terence Fisher)
(11:00 PM) (horror) Daleks - Invasion Earth 2150 A.D. (1966/81 m/Gordon Flemyng)
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
(12:30 AM) (adventure) She (1965/106 m/Robert Day)
(2:30 AM) (crime) Violent Playground (1958/106 m/Basil Dearden)
(4:30 AM) (premiere) In Saigon: Some May Live (1967/89 m/Vernon Sewell)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Devotion (1931/81 m/Robert Milton)
(7:30 AM) (comedy) The Runaway Bus (1954/74 m/Val Guest)
(9:00 AM) (crime) The Solitaire Man (1933/67 m/Jack Conway)
(10:30 AM) (suspense) Blind Adventure (1933/63 m/Ernest B. Schoedsack)
(11:45 AM) (musical) Double Trouble (1967/92 m/Norman Taurog)
(1:30 PM) (romance) A Warm December (1972/101 m/Sidney Poitier)
(3:30 PM) (drama) The V.I.P.S (1963/119 m/Anthony Asquith)
(5:45 PM) (comedy) The Prince and the Showgirl (1957/117 m/Laurence Olivier)
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
(2:00 AM) (documentary) The House Is Black (1963/22 m/?)
(2:30 AM) (romance) First Love (1977/91 m/Joan Darling)
(4:15 AM) (drama) The Night Porter (1974/118 m/Liliana Cavani)
(6:30 AM) (drama) Le Bonheur (1965/80 m/Agnes Varda)
(10:15 AM) (silent) The Unholy Three (1925/86 m/Tod Browning)
(12:00 PM) (silent) The Unknown (1927/49 m/Tod Browning)
(1:00 PM) (silent) The Blackbird (1926/86 m/Tod Browning)
(2:30 PM) (horror) The Thirteenth Chair (1929/73 m/Tod Browning)
(4:00 PM) (horror) Freaks (1932/62 m/Tod Browning)
(5:15 PM) (horror) Mark of the Vampire (1935/60 m/Tod Browning)
(6:30 PM) (horror) The Devil-Doll (1936/78 m/Tod Browning)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Abe Lincoln in Illinois (1940/110 m/John Cromwell)
(10:00 PM) (drama) Sunrise at Campobello (1960/144 m/Vincent J. Donehue)
Thursday, October 15, 2020
(12:45 AM) (drama) Wilson (1944/154 m/Henry King)
(3:30 AM) (war) PT 109 (1963/140 m/Leslie H. Martinson) .
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Three Men on a Horse (1936/86 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(7:30 AM) (crime) Unholy Partners (1941/94 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(9:15 AM) (musical) Sweet Adeline (1935/88 m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Happiness Ahead (1934/86 m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(12:30 PM) (drama) Big City Blues (1932/63 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(1:45 PM) (suspense) The Bad Seed (1956/129 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(4:00 PM) (drama) They Won't Forget (1937/95 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(5:45 PM) (romance) Random Harvest (1942/126 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:00 PM) (war) Tunes of Glory (1960/107 m/Ronald Neame)
(10:00 PM) (war) The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp (1943/164 m/Michael Powell)
Friday, October 16, 2020
(1:00 AM) (war) The Seventh Cross (1944/112 m/Fred Zinnemann)
(3:00 AM) (drama) The Diary of Anne Frank (1959/180 m/George Stevens)
(6:15 AM) (documentary) Trances (1981/89 m/Ahmed El Maanouni)
(8:00 AM) (comedy) Little Shop of Horrors (1960/72 m/Roger Corman)
(9:15 AM) (horror) Village of the Damned (1960/77 m/Wolf Rilla)
(10:45 AM) (horror) The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962/82 m/Joseph Green)
(12:15 PM) (horror) Carnival of Souls (1962/78 m/Herk Harvey)
(1:45 PM) (horror) Dementia 13 (1963/75 m/Francis Ford Coppola)
(3:15 PM) (horror) The Raven (1963/86 m/Roger Corman)
(4:45 PM) (horror) Spider Baby (1964/84 m/Jack Hill)
(6:15 PM) (horror) The Nanny (1965/93 m/Seth Holt)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Dead of Night (1945/103 m/Alberto Cavalcanti, Basil Dearden, Robert Hamer, Charles Crichton)
(10:00 PM) (horror) Twice-Told Tales (1963/120 m/Sidney Salkow)
Saturday, October 17, 2020
(12:15 AM) (horror) Black Sabbath (1963/96 m/Mario Bava)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) Enter the Ninja (1981/99 m/Menahem Golan)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) Revenge of the Ninja (1983/?/Sam Firstenberg)
(5:30 AM) (short) Shake Hands With Danger (1970/23 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (war) The Password Is Courage (1962/115 m/Andrew L. Stone)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: Sheep Wrecked (1958/6 m/Michael Lah)
(8:08 AM) (documentary) Cave Explorers (1957/8 m/Heinz Scheiderbauer)
(8:17 AM) (short) The Capital City Washington, D.C. (1940/9 m/?)
(8:27 AM) (drama) She Loved A Fireman (1937/58 m/John Farrow)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) The WILD WEST DAYS: Indians Are Coming (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: A Hull of a Mess (1942/6 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) (adventure) Lord of the Jungle (1955/69 m/Ford Beebe)
(11:30 AM) (short) Kissing Time (1933/22 m/Roy Mack)
(12:00 PM) (western) Angel And The Badman (1947/100 m/James Edward Grant)
(1:45 PM) (adventure) Captain Horatio Hornblower (1951/117 m/Raoul Walsh)
(4:00 PM) (comedy) Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969/93 m/Burt Kennedy)
(5:45 PM) (horror) Rollerball (1975/125 m/Norman Jewison)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Singin' in the Rain (1952/103 m/Gene Kelly)
(10:00 PM) (musical) Summer Stock (1950/109 m/Charles Walters)
Sunday, October 18, 2020
(12:00 AM) (crime) Destination Murder (1950/73 m/Edward L. Cahn)
(1:45 AM) (comedy) The Fearless Vampire Killers or Pardon Me, But Your Teeth Are in My Neck (1966/107 m/Roman Polanski)
(3:45 AM) (horror) House of Dark Shadows (1970/97 m/Dan Curtis)
(5:30 AM) (short) Return to Glennascaul (1953/24 m/Hilton Edwards)
(6:00 AM) (drama) The Life of Emile Zola (1937/116 m/William Dieterle)
(8:15 AM) (comedy) His Girl Friday (1940/92 m/Howard Hawks)
(10:00 AM) (crime) Destination Murder (1950/73 m/Edward L. Cahn)
(11:45 AM) (epic) The Good Earth (1937/138 m/Sidney Franklin)
(2:15 PM) (drama) Written on the Wind (1957/99 m/Douglas Sirk)
(4:00 PM) (romance) Dear Heart (1964/114 m/Delbert Mann)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Peggy Sue Got Married (1986/105 m/Francis Ford Coppola)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) Losing Ground (1982/86 m/Kathleen Collins)
Monday, October 19, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Exit Smiling (1926/77 m/Sam Taylor)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) I Am Waiting (1957/91 m/Koreyoshi Kurahara)
(3:45 AM) (premiere) A Colt Is My Passport (1967/84 m/Takashi Nomura) .
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) I Married a Witch (1942/77 m/René Clair)
(7:30 AM) (comedy) Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941/95 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(9:15 AM) (crime) Touch of Evil (1958/111 m/Orson Welles)
(11:30 AM) (adventure) Mogambo (1953/116 m/John Ford)
(1:45 PM) (suspense) North by Northwest (1959/136 m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:15 PM) (drama) In A Lonely Place (1950/93 m/Nicholas Ray)
(6:00 PM) (war) Any Number Can Play (1949/103 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:00 PM) (suspense) The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959/87 m/Terence Fisher)
(9:30 PM) (horror) Horror of Dracula (1958/81 m/Terence Fisher)
(11:15 PM) (horror) The Mummy (1959/88 m/Terence Fisher)
(1:00 AM) (horror) The Curse of Frankenstein (1957/83 min/Terence Fisher)
(2:45 AM) (horror) Frankenstein Created Woman (1967/92 min/Terence Fisher)
(4:30 AM) (horror) Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed! (1970/101 m/Terence Fisher)
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
(6:15 AM) (comedy) Front Page Woman (1935/82 m/Michael Curtiz)
(7:45 AM) (romance) Wife Vs. Secretary (1936/88 m/Clarence Brown)
(9:30 AM) (suspense) Mr. And Mrs. North (1941/67 m/Robert B. Sinclair)
(10:45 AM) (comedy) Theodora Goes Wild (1936/94 m/Richard Boleslawski)
(12:30 PM) (comedy) Breakfast for Two (1937/68 m/Alfred Santell)
(1:45 PM) (comedy) Four's A Crowd (1938/92 m/Michael Curtiz)
(3:30 PM) (comedy) It's A Wonderful World (1939/86 m/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(5:00 PM) (comedy) Fools For Scandal (1938/80 m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(6:30 PM) (romance) Love on the Run (1936/80 m/W. S. Van Dyke)
(8:00 PM) (premiere) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema #8 (2018/?/Mark Cousins)
(9:15 PM) TBA
(10:45 PM) (documentary)) Women Make Film: A New Road Movie Through Cinema #8 (2018/?/Mark Cousins)
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Wednesday, October 21, 2020
(2:00 AM) (premiere) The Third Miracle (1999/119 m/Agnieszka Holland)
(7:45 AM) (short) The Birth, the Life and the Death of Christ (1906/34 m/Alice Guy-Blache)
(8:30 AM) (documentary) Araya (1959/83 m/Margot Benacerraf)
(10:00 AM) (drama) Children of a Lesser God (1986/119 m/Randa Haines)
(12:15 PM) (drama) Young Dr. Kildare (1938/82 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(1:45 PM) (drama) Calling Dr. Kildare (1939/86 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(3:30 PM) (drama) The Secret of Dr. Kildare (1939/84 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(5:00 PM) (drama) Dr. Kildare Goes Home (1940/79 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(6:30 PM) (drama) Dr. Kildare's Crisis (1940/75 m/Harold S. Bucquet)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) Hard To Handle (1933/78 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(9:30 PM) (crime) The Beast Of The City (1932/86 m/Charles Brabin)
(11:15 PM) (drama) One Way Passage (1942/67 m/Tay Garnett)
Thursday, October 22, 2020
(12:45 AM) (crime) They Live By Night (1948/95 m/Nicholas Ray)
(2:30 AM) (adventure) The Prisoner of Zenda (1952/100 m/Richard Thorpe)
(4:15 AM) (adventure) Green Fire (1955/100 m/Andrew Marton)
(6:00 AM) (adventure) Three Faces East (1930/71 m/Roy Del Ruth)
(7:30 AM) (drama) Born to Love (1932/81 m/Paul L. Stein)
(9:00 AM) (drama) The Common Law (1932/74 m/Paul L. Stein)
(10:30 AM) (drama) Rockabye (1932/68 m/George Cukor)
(11:45 AM) (drama) Bed of Roses (1933/ 67 /Gregory LaCava)
(1:00 PM) (drama) Our Betters (1933/83 m/George Cukor)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) Topper (1937/97 m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(4:15 PM) (comedy) Topper Takes a Trip (1939/80 m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(5:45 PM) (comedy) Merrily We Live (1938/95 m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(8:00 PM) (crime) The Killers (1964/93 m/Donald Siegel)
(9:45 PM) (drama) The Breaking Point (1950/97 m/Michael Curtiz)
(11:30 PM) (horror) The Mystery Of The Wax Museum (1933/77 m/Michael Curtiz)
Friday, October 23, 2020
(1:00 AM) (horror) Night of the Living Dead (1968/96 m/George A. Romero)
(3:00 AM) (premiere) A River Called Titas (1973/158 m/Ritwik Ghatak)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Inside Straight (1951/87 m/Gerald Mayer)
(7:30 AM) (crime) Absolute Quiet (1936/70 m/George B. Seitz)
(8:45 AM) (drama) Chain Lightning (1950/95 m/Stuart Heisler)
(10:30 AM) (adventure) Tycoon (1947/129 m/Richard Wallace)
(12:45 PM) (drama) No Marriage Ties (1933/72 m/J. Walter Ruben)
(2:00 PM) (drama) Death of a Scoundrel (1956/120 m/Charles Martin)
(4:15 PM) (crime) Assignment To Kill (1968/99 m/Sheldon Reynolds)
(6:00 PM) (suspense) The Drowning Pool (1975/108 m/Stuart Rosenberg)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Pit and the Pendulum (1961/80 m/Roger Corman)
(9:45 PM) (horror) Spirits of the Dead (1968/121 m/Federico Fellini, Louis Malle, Roger Vadim)
Saturday, October 24, 2020
(12:00 AM) (horror) Murders In The Rue Morgue (1971/98 m/Gordon Hessler)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) Ninja III: The Domination (1984/95 m/Sam Firstenberg)
(3:45 AM) (drama) Heavenly Bodies (1985/89 m/Lawrence Dane)
(5:30 AM) (short) Keep Off The Grass (1969/21 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960/111 m/Charles Walters)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: One Cab's Family (1938/8 m/Fred (Tex) Avery)
(8:09 AM) (documentary) Black Cats and Broomsticks (1955/8 m/Larry O'Reilly)
(8:18 AM) (short) Wandering Here and There (1944/9 m/James A. FitzPatrick)
(8:28 AM) (romance) King Of The Lumberjacks (1940/59 m/William Clemens)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) THE WILD WEST DAYS: Leap For Life (1937/?/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Cartoons Ain’t Human (1943/7 m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:09 AM) (adventure) Tarzan And The Amazons (1945/76 m/Kurt Neumann)
(11:30 AM) (short) The Flame Song (1934/22 m/Joseph Henabery)
(12:00 PM) (suspense) Harper (1966/121 m/Jack Smight)
(2:15 PM) (horror) Brainstorm (1983/106 m/Douglas Trumbull)
(4:15 PM) (war) Men Of The Fighting Lady (1954/80 m/Andrew Marton)
(5:45 PM) (drama) Citizen Kane (1941/119 m/Orson Welles)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Ace in the Hole (1951/111m/Billy Wilder)
(10:15 PM) (premiere) Flesh and Fury (1952/83 m/Joseph Pevney)
Sunday, October 25, 2020
(12:00 AM) (adventure) Macao (1952/81 m/Josef von Sternberg)
(1:45 AM) (horror) The Werewolf (1956/80 m/Fred F. Sears)
(3:15 AM) (premiere) The Howling (1981/91 m/Joe Dante)
(5:00 AM) (horror) The Mummy (1932/73 m/Karl Freund)
(6:15 AM) (suspense) Murder on the Blackboard (1934/72 m/George Archainbaud)
(7:30 AM) (romance) All This, and Heaven Too (1940/143 m/Anatole Litvak)
(10:00 AM) (adventure) Macao (1952/81 m/Josef von Sternberg)
(12:00 PM) (romance) The White Cliffs Of Dover (1944/126 m/Clarence Brown)
(2:15 PM) (epic) Around the World in 80 Days (1956/182 m/Michael Anderson)
(5:30 PM) (horror) What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962/134 m/Robert Aldrich)
(8:00 PM) (western) 3:10 to Yuma (1957/92 m/Delmer Daves)
(10:00 PM) (western) Gunman's Walk (1958/95 m/Phil Karlson)
Monday, October 26, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Haxan: Witchcraft Through the Ages (1922/107 m/Benjamin Christensen)
(2:00 AM) (suspense) Diabolique (1955/117 m/Henri-Georges Clouzot)
(4:15 AM) (horror) Eyes Without a Face (1959/90 m/Georges Franju)
(6:00 AM) (suspense) The Beast with Five Fingers (1946/88 m/Robert Florey)
(7:45 AM) (adventure) Mara Maru (1952/98 m/Gordon Douglas)
(9:30 AM) (drama) They Won't Believe Me (1947/80 m/Irving Pichel)
(11:15 AM) (suspense) Where Danger Lives (1950/80 m/John Farrow)
(1:00 PM) (suspense) Fingers at the Window (1942/81 m/Charles Lederer)
(2:30 PM) (suspense) Footsteps in the Dark (1941/96 m/Lloyd Bacon)
(4:15 PM) (suspense) Kill or Cure (1962/88 m/George Pollock)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) The Gazebo (1960/102m/George Marshall)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Nothing But the Night (1972/91 m/Peter Sasdy)
(9:45 PM) (horror) Madhouse (1974/91 m/James Clark)
(11:30 PM) (horror) From Beyond the Grave (1973/98 m/Kevin Connor)
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
(1:30 AM) (horror) Scream and Scream Again (1970/95 m/Gordon Hessler)
(3:15 AM) (premiere) The Satanic Rites of Dracula (1973/88 m/Alan Gibson)
(4:45 AM) (horror) Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972/96 m/Alan Gibson)
(6:30 AM) (western) Somewhere In Sonora (1933/58 m/Mack V. Wright)
(7:45 AM) (western) Along the Rio Grande (1941/64 m/Edward Killy)
(9:00 AM) (western) Valley of the Sun (1942/78 m/George Marshall)
(10:30 AM) (western) Sagebrush Trail (1933/53 m/Armand Schaefer)
(11:30 AM) (western) Devil's Canyon (1953/92 m/Alfred Werker)
(1:15 PM) (western) The Hired Gun (1957/64 m/Ray Nazarro)
(2:30 PM) (premiere) Black Patch (1957/82 m/Allen H. Miner)
(4:00 PM) (western) Virginia City (1940/121 m/Michael Curtiz)
(6:15 PM) (western) Escape From Fort Bravo (1953/98 m/John Sturges)
Wednesday, October 28, 2020
(12:15 AM) (comedy) Girlfriends (1978/88 m/Claudia Weill)
(2:00 AM) (drama) The Connection (1962/103 m/Shirley Clarke)
(4:00 AM) (comedy) Lost In Yonkers (1993/114 m/Martha Coolidge)
(10:00 AM) (drama) Winter Meeting (1948/104 m/Bretaigne Windust)
(12:00 PM) (romance) I Know Where I'm Going (1945/92 m/Michael Powell)
(1:45 PM) (romance) The Enchanted Cottage (1945/92 m/John Cromwell)
(3:30 PM) (romance) Random Harvest (1942/126 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(6:00 PM) (romance) Desire Me (1947/91 m/George Cukor)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Best Man (1964/102 m/Franklin J. Schaffner)
(10:00 PM) (drama) State of the Union (1948/123 m/Frank Capra)
Thursday, October 29, 2020
(12:15 AM) (comedy) The Great McGinty (1940/82 m/Preston Sturges)
(2:00 AM) (drama) The Candidate (1972/110 m/Michael Ritchie)
(4:00 AM) (drama) All the King's Men (1949/110 m/Robert Rossen)
(6:00 AM) (western) Haunted Gold (1932/58 m/Mack V. Wright)
(7:00 AM) (horror) The Devil-Doll (1936/78 m/Tod Browning)
(8:30 AM) (suspense) Before Dawn (1933/61 m/Irving Pichel)
(9:45 AM) (comedy) Man Alive (1946/70 m/Ray Enright)
(11:00 AM) (horror) Tormented (1960/75 m/Bert I. Gordon)
(12:30 PM) (adventure) Angel on My Shoulder (1946/101 m/Archie Mayo)
(2:15 PM) (horror) Night Of Dark Shadows (1971/94 m/Dan Curtis)
(4:00 PM) (horror) Indestructible Man (1956/71 m/Jack Pollexfen)
(5:15 PM) (horror) From Hell It Came (1957/71 m/Johnny Greenwald)
(6:30 PM) (horror) Death Curse of Tartu (1966/88 m/William Grefé)
(8:00 PM) (western) Winchester '73 (1950/92 m/Anthony Mann)
(10:00 PM) (western) She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949/104 m/John Ford)
Friday, October 30, 2020
(12:00 AM) (documentary) Primary (1960/53 m/Robert Drew)
(1:15 AM) (documentary) Crisis (1963/53 m/Robert Drew)
(2:15 AM) (premiere) Dos Monjes (1934//Juan Bustillo Oro)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Of Mice and Men (1939/107m/Lewis Milestone)
(6:00 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #5 (1955/26 m/?)
(6:30 AM) (horror) Doctor X (1932/76 m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 AM) (horror) The Mask Of Fu Manchu (1932/68 m/Charles Brabin)
(9:30 AM) (horror) The Most Dangerous Game (1932/63 m/Ernest B. Schoedsack)
(10:45 AM) (horror) Island of Lost Souls (1932/70 m/Erle C. Kenton)
(12:00 PM) (horror) White Zombie (1932/67 m/Victor Halperin)
(1:30 PM) (horror) The Vampire Bat (1933/63 m/Frank Strayer)
(2:45 PM) (horror) The Mystery Of The Wax Museum (1933/77 m/Michael Curtiz)
(4:15 PM) (horror) Mad Love (1935/68 m/Karl Freund)
(5:30 PM) (horror) The Walking Dead (1936/65 m/Michael Curtiz)
(6:45 PM) (horror) The Return of Doctor X (1939/62 m/Vincent Sherman)
(8:00 PM) (horror) Burn, Witch, Burn! (1962/89 m/Sidney Hayers)
(9:45 PM) (horror) The Four Skulls of Jonathan Drake (1959/70 m/Edward L. Cahn)
(11:00 PM) (horror) The Devil's Bride (1968/96 m/Terence Fisher)
Saturday, October 31, 2020
(12:45 AM) (horror) The Conqueror Worm (1968/87 m/Michael Reeves)
(5:15 AM) (short) The Distant Drummer: Flowers of Darkness (1972/22 m/William Templeton)
(5:15 AM) (short) Movie Trailer (1950/16 m/?)
(6:00 AM) (horror) Freaks (1932/62 m/Tod Browning)
(7:15 AM) (horror) Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1932/96 m/Rouben Mamoulian)
(9:00 AM) (horror) House of Wax (1953/88 m/Andre deToth)
(10:45 AM) (horror) Children of the Damned (1964/90 m/Anton M. Leader)
(12:30 PM) (suspense) The Bad Seed (1956/129 m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(2:45 PM) (drama) The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945/110 m/Albert Lewin)
(4:45 PM) (horror) The Wolf Man (1941/70 m/George Waggner)
(6:00 PM) (horror) The Haunting (1963/112 m/Robert Wise)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964/95 m/Stanley Kubrick) .
(10:00 PM) (horror) Them! (1954/92 m/Gordon Douglas)
(12:00 AM) (horror) The Seventh Victim (1943/71 m/Mark Robson)
(1:30 AM) (horror) I Walked With A Zombie (1943/69 m/Jacques Tourneur)
(3:00 AM) (horror) The Body Snatcher (1945/78 m/Robert Wise)
(4:30 AM) (suspense) The Leopard Man (1943/66 m/Jacques Tourneur)
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2020.07.17 07:29 TheManIsNonStop [Diplomacy] The Belt and Road Initiative - Central Asia and the Caucasus

2021
The agreements and negotiations for this are public, the strategic reasoning bits aren't
Having reached an agreement with Russia to fund the construction of a high speed rail project spanning Siberia, China has now turned its attention to completing the other portion of the New Silk Road and New Eurasian Landbridge. When completed, this project will see a high speed freight corridor constructed from China to Europe through Central Asia and the Middle East, allowing the transfer of higher value goods to European markets at a middle rate: faster (but more expensive) than container shipping, but slower (and significantly cheaper) than air freight. As China looks to shift its manufacturing industry up the global value chain out of cheap manufactured goods and into things like electronics, this should help provide more competitive avenues for the transportation of Chinese goods.
With the 2020 completion of the high speed rail route through Xinjiang and Urumqi to the dry port of Khorgos on the Kazakhstan-China border, China is ready to move to the next stage of the infrastructure project.

The One Road Initiative

The New Silk Road

Currently, the infrastructure investment in Russia is only in Russia. In other words, it is necessary for China to create high speed rail connections to bridge the gap between the Chinese system and this new Russian system.
Mongolia
The Trans-Mongolian Railway is one of the most important connections between China and the Trans-Siberian Railway. Stretching some 1200 kilometers between the China-Mongolia border at Zamyn-Uud and the Russian-Mongolia border at Sukhbaatar, the Trans-Mongolian railroad allows raw material from Russia and Mongolia access to Chinese markets and finished goods from China access to Russian, Mongolian, and European markets. A single-track route using Russian 1520mm gauge track, the Trans-Monglian struggles to handle the current traffic on the route. However, the Mongolian state is too poor to finance an expansion of the track on its own, leaving it reliant on foreign funding in order to expand its capacity.
China hopes to step in to fill this role. First, China has offered to fully fund a high speed rail connection between Ulan Ude in Russia and Erenhot in China. This project would be standard gauge (1435mm) within China and Mongolia, converting over to Russian gauge (1520mm) at the Mongolia-Russia border in Sukhbaatar. While this track is unlikely to see much use by Mongolia, it will be a critical connection for Chinese exports seeking to access the Trans-Siberian. This route would be fully owned and operated by China Railway.
Second, China has offered to fund the expansion of Trans-Mongolian to include a second standard speed track, to be used to improve the ability of bulk freight to pass through Mongolia. This track would be dual gauge, and can therefore be used by both Russian and Chinese rolling stock. A new dry port will be constructed at Sukhbaatar to accompany the new need for gauge switching that will occur on the Russian-Mongolian border.
As part of this expansion, China Railway is also hoping to acquire a majority (51 percent) stake in the Trans-Mongolian. This acquisition will provide critically needed funds to the Mongolian state railway agency, allowing them to expand service and build new lines to improve connectivity and boost exports to China. China also commits to electrifying the Trans-Mongolian track should the purchase go through.
All in all, this project is expected to cost China roughly 22b USD. It will be completed in 2024.
In addition to this new HSR route, China is interested in funding the conversion of Mongolia’s rail network from Russian gauge to standard gauge. Mongolia’s current rail system is a relic of the Cold War, where Mongolia was a satellite state of the Soviet Union with cold relations with China. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Mongolia has grown closer to China: China accounts for 82.5 percent of Mongolian exports and 32.6 percent of imports, while Russia accounts for just 1.1 percent of exports and 28.2 percent of imports.
Conversion of rail gauge will accomplish two major things. First, it will help Mongolian exports be more competitive in Chinese markets. Since trains going from China to Mongolia (and vice versa) will no longer have to spend hours at the border exchanging bogies, the cost of shipping goods will fall dramatically, making exports more price competitive.
Second, China is offering to fund a massive expansion of the Mongolian rail system if Mongolia commits to changing gauge. Russia, Mongolia, and China have long been in talks to build various new rail projects in the country, most notably a northern link between Erdenet and Arts Suuri (creating a new route into Russia), between Khus and Gashuun Sukhait (for a new route into China), and in the East connecting Saindhand to Bichil and Nomrog (for Chinese trade) and Ereentsav (for Russian trade). This rail expansion should help economic growth within Mongolia.
In addition to this conversion project, China is willing to fund the construction of dry ports at Arts Suuri and Ereentsav to facilitate bogie changes from Russian gauge to standard gauge. China will fully fund this project. If accepted, it is estimated to take about five years.
Finally, to help ensure that these new routes experience sufficient traffic, China is hoping to finalize a free trade agreement with Mongolia. This would help Mongolian exports in the Chinese market while making it cheaper for Mongolians to import consumer goods from China, improving quality of life and economic growth in both countries. Moreover, it would open up Mongolian markets for new Chinese investment in critical industries, providing a nice influx of cash to a capital-strapped Mongolia.
Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan is one of the most critical states for the One Road Initiative. Sitting at the crossroads between Asia and Europe, Kazakhstan is expected to become a major transit hub for goods moving from China into European and Middle Eastern markets over the course of the next decade. Consequently, the country’s rail infrastructure must be dramatically expanded in order to accommodate this.
China has reached out to Kazakhstan to strike a deal to construct two new major high speed rail corridors in the country. The first, part of the New Silk Road Initiative, will cross the border at the dry port of Khorgos, at which point it will cut through Kazakhstan towards Almaty and from there towards Shymkent (avoiding dipping into Kyrgyzstan). This route will be roughly 1000km of 1520mm gauge high speed track.
From there, the project will split into two different branches. The first will travel north towards Russia, where it will cross the border and travel to Kazan before joining the Trans-Siberian Project there for distribution towards Europe. The second will continue south, following the path of the Trans-Caspian towards Uzbekistan.
In total, this project will construct about 2500km of 1520mm high speed rail through Kazakhstan, costing about 37b USD. China is willing to pay 10b USD of this amount, with the remaining 27b USD falling on Kazakhstan. The full 27b USD is eligible for BRI loans, to be repaid in-kind in the form of discounted oil and gas to China over the next 20 years (totalling 30b USD in discounts over that period).
Separate from the high speed rail project, China will invest about 500m USD to improve infrastructure links to the Caspian port of Aktau, and to expand the port itself in order to accommodate increasing amounts of Chinese exports. This loan will come on a 20 year term with a 5 year grace period and an interest rate of 1 percent. The project will be finished in 2024.
Belarus
Belarus is the natural entry point for the New Silk Road to enter Europe. Unfortunately, it is also the site of an ongoing conflict. China will, regrettably, hold off on funding projects in Belarus until the situation stabilizes. Hopefully, projects in Belarus can be completed before the remainder of the route is finished. Otherwise, we’ll look pretty stupid.

The New Eurasian Landbridge

Uzbekistan
Following the path of the Trans-Caspian, the New Eurasian Landbridge will build roughly 600km of high speed track in Uzbekistan at a cost of 9b USD. China is willing to pay 4.5b USD of this amount, with the remaining 4.5b falling on Uzbekistan. The full 4.5b USD is eligible for BRI loans, with a 2 percent interest rate with a 20-year term and a 5-year grace period (with payments starting when the line begins generating revenue). The line will be completed in 2024.
Turkmenistan
Continuing to follow the path of the Trans-Caspian, the Landbridge will cross over the Turkmenistan-Uzbekistan border near Turkmenabat. In addition to completing the normal route of the Trans-Caspian (connecting to the Caspian sea port of Turkmenbashi), the route will have two branches heading south to Iran: one at Serdar cutting towards Tehran, and one at Ashgabat moving towards Mashhad.. Dry ports will be built at the border crossings of Tengli and Bajgiran to facilitate the break of gauge from Turkmenistan’s Russian 1520mm gauge to Iran’s standard 1435mm gauge. This project will build about 1300km of track and expand the Caspian port of Turkmenbashi to facilitate increased shipments across the Sea at a total cost of 20b USD. China is willing to pay 6b USD of this total. The remaining 14b USD will be paid by a mixture of BRI loans (6b USD 20-year term, 5-year grace period, 1.5% interest rate) and discounted gas/oil shipments through the China-Turkmenistan pipeline (which should pay off the remaining 8b USD in 23 years). The lines in Turkmenistan will be completed by Q2 2025.
Iran
As one of the larger countries in the project, Iran will become a major thoroughfare under the New Eurasian Landbridge. After crossing over from Turkmenistan at the dry port of Tengli, where the Russian gauge bogies will be switched over for standard gauge bogies, the railway will cut across Iran, sticking to the northern section of the country. The main HSR corridor will then cross the north of the country, passing through Tehran, after which it will branch off northwest (owards Tabriz and then Turkey). In total, this ~800km route will cost 12b USD, and will be completed by 2026.
In addition to this portion of the New Eurasian Landbridge, China is interested in working with Iran to expand the country’s internal high speed rail network. China and Iran have already cooperated in this sphere: China Railway Engineering Corporation has worked with Iran to construct a 410km high speed rail project connecting Tehran, Qom, and Isfahan, which is set to begin operations in 2021. With this project set to be completed, China is looking to create new routes throughout the country, to be completed by 2025 (unless stated otherwise).
The first two routes are simply an extension of the Tehran-Qom-Isfahan line. The first line (in purple) will lay ~420km of track to extend the T-Q-I line to connect Isfahan to Shiraz. Branching off of this at Shahreza will be an additional ~420km line (in orange) cutting west towards Ahvaz. In total, these two extensions will cost 13b USD.
In addition to these lines, China proposes the construction of a line connecting Tehran (the largest city in the country) to Mashhad (the second largest city). This line (in blue) will also cut north to Ashgabat, making it part of the greater New Eurasian Landbridge project. This 1000km of track will cost a total of 16b. This line will be completed by 2026.
If all of the proposed routes are constructed, the total cost will come out to 47b USD. China is willing to pay 7b USD of this amount, with the remaining 40b USD falling on Iran. The remaining 40b USD is eligible for BRI loans, to be repaid in-kind through discounts on oil and natural gas over the next 20 years.
Unrelated to high speed rail, China is also looking to invest about 1b USD improving infrastructure (rail, road) connections between Iran, Turkey, and Azerbaijan and to expand Anzal port on the Caspian Sea in order to boost the potential thoroughfare of the route to accommodate growing Chinese exports. This loan will come on a 20 year term with a 5 year grace period and an interest rate of 1 percent. The project will be finished in 2024.
Turkey
Turkey is the final nation in the New Eurasian Landbridge. Fortunately, the nation already has some high speed rail in the country, meaning China will not have to pay for the length of the country. With this in mind, the first leg of the project will stretch from Iran to Sivas through Erzurum and Erzincan, where it will join with the under-construction Sivas-Ankara-Izmir route. It will follow this route through to Ankara and Istanbul. The second phase starts at Istanbul, connecting the city to Edirne, where freight will then be able to flow into the European Union. In total, the 930km of new track will cost roughly 14b USD. China will open up BRI funding for the entire project, to be repaid over a fixed 20-year term at a 2 percent interest rate.
Unrelated to high speed rail, China is also looking to invest about 500m USD improving infrastructure (rail, road) connections between Turkey and Georgia, in order to boost the potential thoroughfare of the route to accommodate growing Chinese exports. This loan will come on a 20 year term with a 5 year grace period and an interest rate of 1 percent. The project will be finished in 2023.

Unrelated Central Asian Belt and Road Investments

Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan has long been a pain for Chinese policy makers. Since the 1990s, China and Uzbekistan have struggled to negotiate a financing deal with Kyrgyzstan for their section of the China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan railway, which would see the Chinese freight network combined with that of Uzbekistan (and from there, with the rest of Central Asia, the Middle East, and the Caucasus). While the corridor officially “opened” in 2018, with the completion of both the Chinese and Uzbekistani sections, it is far from the massive freight route China would have liked: cargo traversing the route is forced to move from rail to road at the China-Kyrgyzstan border, and then back to rail when it reaches Uzbekistan near Osh. All in all, this costly transition significantly slows down the process of moving freight along the route, increasing costs and decreasing the competitiveness of Chinese goods in foreign markets.
A combination of domestic instability and concerns over becoming “debt trapped” by China have made it difficult for Beijing to reach an agreement with Bishkek. That said, with the decade-long North-South Road project (a Chinese-funded highway link between the north and south of the country that allowed transit between the two halves without having to pass through Uzbekistan) finally concluding in 2021, Beijing hopes to score a new infrastructure construction deal with the country.
Considering the rail link will cost an estimated 4.5b (at just 450-500km, the route is short, but the massive mountains through which it cuts will necessitate the construction of some 50 tunnels and 90 bridges), Kyrgyzstan (GDP: 8b USD) has reason to be concerned about being debt-trapped by China. China has therefore concluded to put its best foot forward, packaging the new rail link with a series of other, less debt-ridden investments. Should Bishkek accept a new 3b USD, 25-year + 5-year grace period at 0.5 percent interest loan, China is committing to fund the remaining 1.5b USD cost of the project itself. In addition, China will also help fund the construction of a rail link between Bishkek and Osh, a project that will cost some 1.4b USD, but which will alleviate Kyrgyzstani concerns that the proposed rail corridor has few stops in Kyrgyzstan proper. Moreover, it will cut down the rail travel time between Bishkek and Osh (and correspondingly, Bishkek and Beijing) considerably, as it will eliminate the need for passage through Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. This project will come with an additional 600m USD in funding packaged into the above loan, with the remaining 800m USD being paid for by Beijing. If accepted, both routes should finish in 2023/24.
Packaged with this funding comes a series of enticing economic opportunities for Kyrgyzstan. Ever desperate for sources of new electricity (especially clean electricity), Beijing is interested in dramatically expanding Kyrgyzstan’s hydroelectricity power potential. With an installed capacity of about 3000MW, Kyrgyzstan is only utilizing about 13 percent of its hydropower resources (though these are enough to provide 92.5 percent of the country’s electricity). China has offered to bring this utilization level up to ~65 percent over the course of the next decade. Rather than taking out loans, these dams will be fully funded by the government of China, on the condition that 90 percent of the electricity they produce be shipped to China through power cables (as is already done with a portion of Kyrgyzstan’s hydropower). Sold at a discounted rate, this electricity will then pay off the cost of construction over the course of the next several decades. Considering Kyrgystan’s small population and low level of electricity utilization, this deal is unlikely to leave them short of electricity, even as economic development continues. Moreover, the electricity payments will create a new source of revenue for the Kyrgyzstani government, allowing them to reinvest in other sectors.
Tajikistan
Like its neighbor to the north, Tajikistan is a small country with a small GDP and considerable amounts of trade with China. Like Kyrgyzstan, this has not resulted in extensive infrastructure ties. Despite their ~450km long border, there is only one developed passage between the two countries: the Kulma Pass. Opened in only 2004 with the conclusion of the Tajikistan-China border dispute, the Karasu Port of Entry cut some ten to fifteen days off of the trip between China and Tajikistan (which, before then, had been forced to route through other Central Asian countries).
However, the opening of the pass did not spell the end of trade worries between the countries. The mountain pass is only open from May to November due to harsh winter weather. Moreover, it is only open for the latter half of those months--from the 16th of the month onward. This, naturally, has inhibited trade--something which Beijing is not too excited about.
In hopes of rectifying it, China has reached out to Tajikistan to see if service at this border crossing can be extended to keep it open for the entirety of the May-November period. To help boost traffic along the route enough to make this worthwhile, Beijing has also offered to pen a free trade agreement with Dushanbe--one which would include broad protectionist carve-outs for Tajikistani agriculture, mining, and low-end manufacturing that are not mirrored on the Chinese side (meaning that Tajikistan’s goods in these sectors would have a competitive advantage against Chinese goods). To Tajikistan’s government, this should seem like a lifeline: all of the sudden, Tajikistan’s exports will grow without having too add too much in corresponding imports. This is made feasible by the fact that Tajikistan is not part of the EAEU trade bloc--a status which China hopes to cement through this deal (as joining the EAEU would require Tajikistan to give up outside free trade agreements like this). Notably, this free trade agreement would make it easier for Tajikistan to import the raw inputs for aluminum smelting--a sizable industry in the country that operates almost exclusively off of imported inputs.
China is also interested in rail projects in Tajikistan to increase bilateral trade. However, there is simply no feasible direct route between their countries, given geographic and demographic concerns. Still, rail transit times between the two countries can be dramatically reduced by improved infrastructure inside Tajikistan. Most notably, China has offered to help fund a north-south rail corridor in the country, connecting Spitamen in the north to Dushanbe and Qurgonteppa in the south. Currently, the only rail route between the two requires a lengthy trip through Uzbekistan, routing through Samarkand. With proposed rail projects in Kyrgyzstan, two new transport routes would open up, both shaving off numerous border crossings (and the associated customs delays) and hundreds of kilometers.
Though the project is short--just 250km--it cuts through a tall mountain range, with the necessary tunnels and bridges significantly increasing the cost of the project. All in all, the final cost will likely be somewhere around 2.5b USD. To help finance this project for cash-strapped Tajikistan, China is offering a 1.5b USD 20-year loan with a 5-year grace period and an interest rate of 1.5 percent to Tajikistan. The remaining 1b USD will be funded by China itself.
This rail route will achieve two primary goals. First, it will make north-south trade and travel in Tajikistan considerably easier, boosting Dushanbe’s control over the northern provinces. Second, it will dramatically cut down the travel time between China and Tajikistan by rail.
Like Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan also has significant, but underutilized, hydropower resources. Containing some 4 percent of the world’s estimated hydropower potential, only about 5 percent of the country’s resources are actually being utilized. Still, this small amount manages to cover some 94 percent of the country’s electricity generation capacity.
China aims to mirror their offer to Kyrgyzstan. In exchange for funding the construction of a significant number of new dams over the next decade (bringing utilization from 5 percent to over 60 percent), China will be entitled to 80 percent of the produced electricity at discounted rates over the next several decades (until the cost of the dams is paid back through the amount discounted). The necessary power transfer cables for this arrangement will be routed through the Kulma Pass.
Finally, China is hoping to expand its investment in Tajikistan’s mining sector. Specifically, China is hoping to open uranium mines (Tajikistan has significant uranium reserves, but the mines have all closed down since the collapse of the Soviet Union due to the lack of potential export markets), rare metal mines, and zinc, lead, and fluorspar mines. Investing in these mines will be made easier by the China-Tajikistan free trade agreement, while the products will see a considerable boost in Tajikistan’s economy and trade with China.
Uzbekistan
Like Tajikistan, Uzbekistan is not part of the Eurasian Economic Union. Despite this, China has avoided seeking out a free trade agreement with the Central Asian country in part under the expectation that the country would be joining the EAEU sooner or later. With Uzbekistan’s surprising decision to only join as an observer, rather than a full member in 2020, Beijing has reassessed this stance and decided to reach out to Uzbekistan in hopes of securing a new economic agreement.
China hopes to broker a deal with Uzbekistan that mirrors that struck with Tajikistan: a free trade agreement that maintains broad protectionist carve-outs for Uzbekistani manufacturing and agriculture, making those goods more competitive on Chinese markets without sacrificing their ability to compete at home. With this deal, China hopes to boost Uzbekistani exports to China--and by extension, spur on economic development in Uzbekistan.
Chinese firms are also hoping that this free trade agreement will make it easier for them to invest in Uzbekistan. Most notably, investors are hoping to invest in Uzbekistan’s textile industry (taking advantage of its large production of cotton and neighboring Kyrgyzstan’s large wool supply), gold mining (boosting gold exports to Hong Kong), oil and gas development, renewable energy (mostly hydropower and solar power for export to Russia and China) and agriculture (especially staple good production and ancillary agribusiness like farm equipment and maintenance).
China has also been intrigued by Uzbekistan’s recent decision to allow the return of American bases. Expelled in the 2000s, following a joint statement by the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and political upheaval in Uzbekistan, the return of the Americans signals that Uzbekistan has little interest in joining CSTO (as joining the organization would require the expulsion of these bases). Nevertheless, it also poses a strategic threat to Beijing: China is not much enthused by the idea of being encircled by enemies. In the long-term, China would like to see these American bases gone.
To ease towards that goal, China is hoping to build a military air base near Tashkent. Though small, this base will host joint training between the Uzbekistani and Chinese military--most notably the Air Force, but other forces will be included as well. It will also, with permission, host a small detachment of Chinese intelligence officers, who will assist their Uzbekistani counterparts in effectively monitoring and combating the Karakalpakstan separatists movement and countering Russian intelligence influence in the country.
Strategically, China also hopes the FTA and military base will secure a more Beijing-oriented Uzbekistan, preying on concerns that the non-EAEU, non-CSTO member ought to have for its security following Russia’s invasion of Belarus and announcement that the country was, in fact, part of Russia. In order to join EAEU or CSTO, Uzbekistan will have to leave the FTA or expel their foreign bases (respectively). Meanwhile the FTA will help reduce economic dependence on Russia, and the base will serve as a check on the behavior of a blatantly expansionist Russia. In China’s mind, this seems like an obvious win-win. They hope that Tashkent will see it the same way.
Turkmenistan
Like Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, Turkmenistan is odd among the Central Asian countries in that it is neither part of the EAEU nor of CSTO (though its recent decision to become an observer of CSTO has sparked concerns in Beijing that this might be starting to change). In hopes of stopping a slide into Russia’s sphere, China hopes to build on its massive economic relationship with Turkmenistan (China is Turkmenistan’s largest trading partner, accounting for 80.2 percent of Turkmenistan’s exports and 13.3 percent of its imports, second only to Turkey) to ensure that the Central Asian country maintains its current policy of neutrality. With the 2020 opening of Line D of the Central Asia-China Gas Pipeline only set to increase Turkmenistan’s export dependency on China, Beijing expects to wield considerable leverage here.
To this end, China proposes a free trade agreement with Turkmenistan. This would considerably lower barriers to Chinese investment in Turkmenistan, allowing Chinese businesses to invest in Turkmenistan’s growing textiles industry in order to assist in its ongoing economic diversification. The creation of uniform rules of origin would also significantly ease the process of Chinese goods crossing through Turkmenistan to European and Middle Eastern markets, and for Turkmenistani goods passing through China to European markets. Like the other proposed free trade agreements, this would also create broad protectionist carve-outs for Turkmenistani agriculture and manufacturing.

Unrelated Caucasian Belt and Road Investments

Azerbaijan
To correspond with Caspian port expansions in Turkmenistan, China will also invest ~150m into the expansion of the Caspian port at Baku, in order to increase its ability to handle Chinese/Asian transshipments crossing the lake. An additional 400m USD will be made available to improve the infrastructure (rail, road) connecting Azerbaijan to Georgia and Iran, improving thoroughfare for Chinese/Asian goods. This loan will come on a 20 year term with a 5 year grace period and an interest rate of 1 percent. The project will be finished in 2024.
Georgia
To correspond with infrastructure investments aimed at improving thoroughfare in neighboring Turkey and Azerbaijan, China will make an additional 400m USD in loans available to Georgia in order to improve its rail and road links to those two countries. Fortunately, since the US has already been so kind as to invest in the Anaklia Port Project to improve Georgia’s Black Sea trade capacity, China will not have to invest in port upgrades in the country. Score!
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2020.05.24 23:09 finnagains Unexpected Movie Masterpieces to Watch in Quarantine - by David Sims (The Atlantic) 10 April 2020

Some were blasted by critics, some flopped at the box office, and all are ripe to attain cult-classic status.
With new cinema releases grinding to a halt in response to the spread of the coronavirus, I’ve used these weeks of self-quarantine to cast an eye backward over the cinematic canon, to rewatch old favorites, and to fill in viewing gaps. Now I’ve begun evaluating films that, for whatever reason, didn’t get a fair shake when they were released. Some were blasted by critics, and others simply made no impression at the box office; all of them are available to watch online, just waiting to become cult classics. The 30 films I’ve chosen as the most underrated are all from the past 25 years, and many belong to genres (rom-com, sci-fi, thriller) that are overlooked in serious critical circles. Some of my selections might seem obvious and others ludicrous, but all were made in the spirit of enjoyable debate and discovery.
the Box-Office Flops
Kino Lorber Archipelago (2010, directed by Joanna Hogg)
Joanna Hogg broke out in American art houses last year with her wonderful autobiographical work The Souvenir, but she’s been making terrific indie films for years. Archipelago might be her best. A quiet drama, it sees Edward (played by Tom Hiddleston, a year before Thor catapulted him to fame) gathering with his family on the remote British island of Tresco after quitting his job to travel the world. Many long-simmering tensions boil to the surface; Hiddleston (who is in most of Hogg’s movies) gives one of his best screen performances, and Hogg depicts subtle, polite infighting with humor and insight. No filmmaker has a better handle on the ridiculous foibles of the English upper-middle class.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Babe: Pig in the City (1998, directed by George Miller)
George Miller is the master of sequels. Each of his installments in the Mad Max series is innovative; his Happy Feet Two is quietly underrated. But he’s never made a follow-up as strange and beguiling as Babe: Pig in the City. Miller wrote and produced the first Babe, a charming, Oscar-winning success. In the director’s chair for part two, though, he turned the sweet fable of a pig who wanted to herd sheep into a grim fairy tale about life in the big city. The movie was a commercial disaster, but it’s a rewarding, beautifully designed work set in a fantasy city that mashes up landmarks from every modern metropolis. The plot, such as it is, follows Babe as he goes on a trip and mixes it up with more streetwise animal brethren (the director Noah Baumbach once said that the film’s closest thematic companion is Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut).
Watch it on: Hulu, HBO Beyond the Lights (2014, directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood)
A gorgeous romantic drama about the pain and pleasure of pop stardom, Gina Prince-Bythewood’s remarkable Beyond the Lights made little impression at the box office on release, despite a star-making turn from Gugu Mbatha-Raw. The actor plays a Rihanna-esque figure named Noni Jean who falls for a police officer (Nate Parker) and tries to escape the limelight. Prince-Bythewood, who also wrote and directed the incredible Love & Basketball, is one of only a few people in Hollywood still trying to film genuine love stories, and she deserves many more chances to do so on the big screen.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Cadillac Records (2008, directed by Darnell Martin)
The smartest music biopic from a decade full of them (including 2004’s Ray and 2005’s Walk the Line, to name a couple), Darnell Martin’s portrayal of the rise and fall of Chess Records was woefully underseen in 2008. The film digs into the exploitative dynamics at work in so many early rock-and-roll labels, examining the troubled relationships between Leonard Chess (Adrien Brody) and his biggest stars: Muddy Waters (Jeffrey Wright), Etta James (Beyoncé Knowles), and Howlin’ Wolf (Eamonn Walker). The film has a harder edge than its contemporaries, and the musical performances are particularly sensational.
Watch it on: Crackle
Cloud Atlas (2012, directed by Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski, and Tom Tykwer)
This is the most dizzyingly ambitious project in the Wachowski sisters’ expansive filmography. Adapting David Mitchell’s novel of the same name, Cloud Atlas encompasses six distinct stories, beginning with an 1849 naval adventure and zipping through the 1930s, the ’70s, and the present day before blasting to the clone-filled future of 2144 and ending in a postapocalyptic 2321. Members of the ensemble, including Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant, and Doona Bae, play different characters in each story line, and the film jumps backward and forward through time to reveal surprising thematic links. As with many a Wachowski project, you have to make a few logical leaps to get on board, but if you can, there’s no movie experience like it.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime
20th Century Fox Film Corp. Down With Love (2003, directed by Peyton Reed)
This knowing throwback to the “no-sex sex comedies” of the late ’50s and ’60s (like the Doris Day–starring Pillow Talk and Lover Come Back) was too clever for its own good on release. But it’s a fabulous, entertaining, and singular creation, both celebrating and subverting the innuendo-filled rom-coms of yesteryear. An impeccably styled Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor star as lifestyle writers who form a friendly rivalry in 1960s New York. Sarah Paulson and David Hyde Pierce round out the cast, and Peyton Reed (who had just directed Bring It On in 2000) plays off the visual language of his source material in stylish, innovative, and cheeky ways. When you watch, be sure to stick around for the fantastic musical number over the closing credits.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Dredd (2012, directed by Pete Travis)
Perhaps the best comic-book movie of the past decade was Dredd, a gritty adaptation of the Judge Dredd series that was a financial flop on release. Set in a dictatorial future in which armored policemen are empowered to dispense lethal justice for almost any crime, the film takes place entirely within a colossal tower block, following Dredd (Karl Urban) and a new trainee as they do battle with a sadistic mob boss (Lena Headey). It’s a gruesome but smart movie, at once lionizing and satirizing the ruthless efficiency of its hero. The film was written and produced by Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation), who has since become one of the most exciting sci-fi directors working today.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Killing Them Softly (2012, directed by Andrew Dominik)
Killing Them Softly is Andrew Dominik’s brutal follow-up to his painterly revisionist Western, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Also starring Brad Pitt, Killing Them Softly takes George V. Higgins’s hard-boiled ’70s crime novel Cogan’s Trade and updates it to the present day, following a mob robbery that goes wrong and the assassin (Pitt) hired to clean everything up. Dominik turns the web of competing criminal interests into a broad metaphor for the quagmire of the Iraq War. Killing Them Softly may have been too weird and slow for general audiences (it’s one of the few movies ever to earn an F on CinemaScore). But it’s bleakly funny and impressively acted by a cast that includes James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, and Ben Mendelsohn.
Watch it on: Netflix Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005, directed by Shane Black)
The film that put Robert Downey Jr. back on the map was critically praised but ignored at the box office in 2005. An extremely metatextual crime comedy, it follows a thief (Downey Jr.) pretending to be an actor who gets mixed up in a murder and goes on the lam with his acting coach, a private investigator (Val Kilmer). The story line is as complicated as it sounds, but the thrill of Shane Black’s film lies in his hilariously punchy dialogue and his skill at making the most convoluted plotting flow with ease. The movie reintroduced Downey Jr. as a leading man after he’d spent years struggling with addiction: He was hired to play Iron Man mostly on the strength of this performance.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Premium Rush (2012, directed by David Koepp)
David Koepp’s bike-messenger thriller is far more robust than that description might suggest. Set on New York’s crowded streets, it follows Wilee (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a deliveryman who picks up a package that’s tied to a criminal conspiracy; soon enough, he’s being chased around town by a crooked cop, Bobby Monday (Michael Shannon), who’s intent on taking him down. The story is told with unrelenting silliness, and Koepp translates Wilee’s brash confidence about weaving in and out of traffic into a visual roller-coaster ride. The highlight, though, is Shannon’s performance—he turns Monday into a living Looney Toon, gnashing his teeth and bulging out his eyes in fury with abandon.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Solaris (2002, directed by Steven Soderbergh)
Steven Soderbergh’s sci-fi opus was decried on release for daring to re-adapt a novel (by Stanisław Lem) that had already been turned into a film masterpiece (Andrei Tarkovsky’s sprawling 1972 work of the same name). But Soderbergh’s movie is a very different beast from Tarkovsky’s, stripping the story down to 99 minutes and focusing on the haunting romance at the center of the book. George Clooney plays Chris Kelvin, a psychologist haunted by the suicide of his wife, Rheya (Natascha McElhone). After hearing the mysterious distress signals sent out by a distant space station, he travels there—and finds Rheya, somehow re-created by the planet that the station is orbiting. The film includes stellar supporting performances by Viola Davis and Jeremy Davies, a beautifully understated score from Cliff Martinez, and some of the most compelling world-building in Soderbergh’s career.
Watch it on: Hulu
Sunshine (2007, directed by Danny Boyle)
This stunning space-mission drama from Danny Boyle and the screenwriter Alex Garland might be the Oscar-winning director’s best film. A wildly intense thriller about a last-gasp effort to restart the dying sun, Sunshine pits an outstanding cast (Cillian Murphy, Michelle Yeoh, Chris Evans, Rose Byrne, and more) against a monolithic enemy: the star at the center of our solar system, which Boyle depicts as an immovable, godlike force. As the voyagers’ ship gets closer to the sun, everything on board goes more and more haywire, and Boyle—who can depict the onset of madness better than almost anyone working—dials up the chaos.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Talk to Me (2007, directed By Kasi Lemmons)
Kasi Lemmons, whose most recent work is 2019’s Harriet, has long been one of Hollywood’s most criminally unheralded directors, and Talk to Me never got the wide audience it deserved in 2007. It’s a biopic of the controversial Washington, D.C., radio host Petey Greene (Don Cheadle) that’s unafraid to be messy, reflecting its subject’s surprising rise to fame as someone who fearlessly speaks his mind on the social and political issues of the 1970s. The film is grounded by excellent performances from Cheadle, Taraji P. Henson, and Chiwetel Ejiofor, who plays Greene’s put-upon manager, Dewey Hughes.
Watch it on: Hulu, Sling What If (2013, directed by Michael Dowse)
Also known as The F Word (its title was changed in America for obvious reasons), this extremely charming slow-burn rom-com was unfairly overlooked on release. It follows two people (Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan) who become friends but spend the entire time wondering if they’d be better off as lovers. Many relationship hijinks ensue, but the movie works because of the performances at its center, along with energetic supporting turns from Adam Driver and Mackenzie Davis, who were both on their way to bigger, franchise fame.
Watch it on: Prime The Yards (2000, directed by James Gray)
Back in 2000, James Gray’s operatic crime thriller was dumped unceremoniously into theaters by Harvey Weinstein and ignored by audiences. Like all the director’s films, though, it’s well worth viewing, combining hard-boiled storytelling with graceful visuals. Mark Wahlberg gives one of his best performances as Leo, an ex-con who returns to the fold of his shady New York family and gets tangled up in city corruption surrounding the subway system. A shifty Joaquin Phoenix plays Leo’s ne’er-do-well friend who is embroiled in a dramatic relationship with a young woman (Charlize Theron), while James Caan is suitably menacing as Leo’s morally dubious benefactor. The Yards also showed the first signs of Gray’s considerable talent; he’d go on to make We Own the Night, Two Lovers, The Lost City of Z, and Ad Astra.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime the critical bombs
Warner Bros. Addicted to Love (1997, directed by Griffin DUnne)
All of Griffin Dunne’s films (including the delightfully bizarre Practical Magic) deserve more appreciation, but Addicted to Love is a personal favorite of mine, a largely forgotten romantic comedy that satirizes gooey Hollywood storytelling tropes. It casts Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick, two stalwarts of the rom-com genre, as a bitter pair united by a hatred of their respective exes, who are now dating each other. Ryan and Broderick spy on their former partners and, of course, eventually fall for each other, but the film never sacrifices its acidic tone, even as their relationship turns tender.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Armageddon (1998, directed by Michael Bay)
If nothing else, Armageddon is a crucial cultural artifact: a portent of American culture’s jingoism in the 2000s, when blockbuster action sequences had the tone and tenor of Budweiser commercials. Where Michael Bay’s prior film, The Rock (which is much better regarded), had tapped into the U.S. military’s dysfunction and despondency post-Vietnam, Armageddon sees the country uniting to obliterate an evil asteroid by turning to … the oil industry. (It also spends a good chunk of time mocking post-Soviet Russia.) Despite the ridiculous plotting and Bay’s frenetic editing of every set piece, Armageddon is the clearest distillation of his macho brand of propaganda, designed to have audiences cheering by the end (against their better judgment). Listen to Ben Affleck’s gleeful commentary to triple the entertainment factor.
Watch it on: Hulu, HBO Blackhat (2015, directed by Michael Mann)
Five years ago, one of the great contemporary directors still working made a globe-trotting cyber thriller starring Thor himself and was completely ignored. Booed by critics and dumped by its studio into the doldrums of January, Blackhat made only a shocking $8 million at the domestic box office. Yet it’s a terrific entry in Michael Mann’s esteemed body of work (which includes other movies, such as Heat, Miami Vice, and Manhunter, that were underrated in their day). Chris Hemsworth plays a hard-bodied hacker who’s released from prison to battle a shadowy online terrorist; like many of Mann’s later films, Blackhat is a story of the analog world’s struggle to confront its digital future, wrapped up in a very masculine action saga. If you can, try to catch the director’s cut, which cleans up some of the film’s dense plotting and airs regularly on FX.
Watch it on: FX The Box (2009, directed by Richard Kelly)
This is the third film directed by Richard Kelly, a onetime wunderkind who burst onto the scene with the 2001 cult hit Donnie Darko. The Box is also his best, though few have recognized it as such. It was a bomb on release, getting poor reviews and the rare dishonor of an F from CinemaScore. But its wild ambition is second to none, spinning Richard Matheson’s mordant short story “Button, Button” into a paranoid 1970s epic—part domestic drama, part psychological horror, part sci-fi fantasy revolving around a NASA expedition to Mars and magic portals. This movie has short, simple scares that I’ve never forgotten, and a plot convoluted enough to obsess over forever. I live in hope of a fourth film from Kelly.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Constantine (2005, directed by Francis Lawrence)
Fifteen years after its release, this remains one of the best and cleverest comic-book adaptations ever made, and probably the most underrated entry in Keanu Reeves’s cinematic career. This is a horror thriller that dives into biblical fantasy, casting a varied ensemble (Tilda Swinton, Djimon Hounsou, Gavin Rossdale, and Shia LaBeouf) as various angels and demons doing battle in modern-day Los Angeles. Based on Alan Moore’s Vertigo comic Hellblazer, Constantine junks a lot of the established hallmarks of the character John Constantine (he’s supposed to be a witty Brit who looks like Sting), but that doesn’t matter. Reeves’s laconic style is a perfect fit for the cynical antihero, and Rachel Weisz thrives in twin roles as sisters on either side of an infernal crime that Constantine is called to investigate.
Watch it on: DC Universe The Counselor (2013, directed by Ridley Scott)
Of the seven films made by Ridley Scott in the past decade, none is more critically reviled than The Counselor, a knotty crime drama written by Cormac McCarthy and featuring an all-star ensemble that includes Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz, and Cameron Diaz. Summarizing its noir-ish plot, which revolves around the Juárez, Mexico, drug trade, is impossible, but the film is worth watching simply because there’s nothing like it. McCarthy’s florid dialogue and Scott’s hazy visuals are bewitching, and every actor gives an energetic performance pushed to ridiculous heights (one scene in particular, involving Diaz and a Ferrari, is hypnotically baffling). The Counselor is a dark acquired taste, but a deeply satisfying one.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Universal pictures The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006, directed by Justin Lin)
After the success of the first Fast and the Furious movie, in 2001, Vin Diesel’s car-racing franchise struggled to stand out until 2009, when its original cast returned under Justin Lin’s direction for the surprise smash Fast & Furious. But the groundwork for that revitalization had been laid three years earlier with Tokyo Drift, Lin’s debut film in the series. Though Tokyo Drift introduces Sung Kang as the fan-favorite character Han, none of the series’s other beloved characters appears. Yet Lin’s skill with crisp action and quick-paced banter—built up in his fantastic breakthrough, Better Luck Tomorrow, which also starred Kang—makes this one of the best in the franchise.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Hulk (2003, directed by Ang Lee)
Coming off the resounding success of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Ang Lee could’ve made any film he wanted. He picked an adaptation of Marvel Comics’ most tortured star, the Hulk (Eric Bana). At the time, the movie was seen as odd, mocked for its wobbly CGI, and suffered one of the largest box-office drops in history for a blockbuster after its opening weekend. Viewed now, given the cookie-cutter format of contemporary superhero movies, it’s a startling experience. Lee turns his film into a living comic book, zooming in and out of boxy frames and inventing a visual language that could’ve become an exciting norm for the medium. The story, which sees the Hulk doing Freudian battle with his demonic father (Nick Nolte) and unearthing dark family secrets, is bizarre, and thrillingly so.
Watch it on: Starz In the Cut (2003, directed by Jane Campion)
Every film Jane Campion has directed since her Oscar-winning The Piano (1993) is underrated and underseen, but In the Cut was perhaps her biggest flop on release. That was partly because it subverted Meg Ryan’s usual bubbly onscreen persona, casting her as Frannie Avery, an introverted English teacher who starts dating the detective (Mark Ruffalo) investigating a murder case in her apartment building. It’s a sweaty, grisly, and sexually charged thriller that swerves from strange comedy to gory horror from scene to scene. But that tonal whiplash is one of Campion’s smartest storytelling tools, properly rattling viewers and plunging them into Frannie’s mixed-up headspace.
Watch it on: Crackle Jennifer’s Body (2009, directed by Karyn Kusama)
This is the movie that landed Karyn Kusama in “movie jail” for almost a decade: a gleefully bloody teen-horror comedy that was undone by the high expectations for its script. The writer, Diablo Cody, had won an Oscar the previous year for her Juno screenplay, and though this follow-up had that film’s humor, its intense gore and flippant humor were too much for critics at the time. Fortunately, Jennifer’s Body is already being reevaluated as a trashy classic, a nastier update of movies like Heathers that turns the social competition of high school into a literal bloodbath. Kusama has also reemerged as a filmmaker, with the excellent indie horror The Invitation.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Universal pictures Josie and the Pussycats (2001, directed by Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan)
This knowing revival of the Archie Comics series was a failure on release, but has deservedly attracted a cult following in the years since. It’s a pitch-perfect parody of the manufactured pop pipeline in the early 2000s, watching as the chipper rock band comprising Josie (Rachael Leigh Cook), Melody (Tara Reid), and Valerie (Rosario Dawson) is run through the major-label mill. Parker Posey and Alan Cumming play perfect corporate villains, and almost every scene is suffused with ostentatious subliminal advertising, with au courant brand names crowding the frame. It’s a bitingly clever work, with a great power-pop soundtrack that includes contributions from the late Adam Schlesinger.
Watch it on: Hulu with Cinemax, Xfinity Jupiter Ascending (2015, directed by Lana Wachowski and Lilly Wachowski)
In the 2010s, blockbuster studio filmmaking made a hard pivot to existing intellectual property for its biggest movies: Star Wars, comic books, anything audiences might have nostalgia for. The Wachowskis, as they often do, went their own route. After giving cinema one of its greatest franchises in 1999 with The Matrix, the duo took a different direction in 2015 with a loopily operatic sci-fi epic rooted in nothing but their own imaginations. They were pilloried by critics. Jupiter Ascending is a wonderfully absurd space fairy tale starring Channing Tatum as a dog-man, Eddie Redmayne as an immortal arch-capitalist villain, and Mila Kunis as a secret princess who unwittingly owns the property deeds to our solar system. If you can get on this movie’s wavelength, you’ll find much to enjoy in its many flights of fancy.
Watch it on: Netflix
Non-Stop (2014, directed by Jaume Collet-Serra)
Since the surprise success of Taken in 2008, Liam Neeson has played a broken-down man forced to take the law into his own hands in countless mid-budget action dramas: Unknown, Cold Pursuit, The Commuter, Run All Night, and many more. Non-Stop is easily the best of them, partly thanks to Jaume Collet-Serra, a Spanish director who is one of the finest purveyors of modern pulp cinema (along with many Neeson movies, his other credits include The Shallows and Orphan). Set entirely on an airplane flying from New York to London, Non-Stop follows an alcoholic air marshal who gets caught in a deadly battle when a terrorist starts texting him. Perfectly befitting its setting, this thriller has the plot of the best kind of airplane paperback, with just the right number of twists and turns.
Watch it on: Sling Ocean’s Twelve (2004, directed by Steven Soderbergh)
Despite coasting to box-office success, Ocean’s Twelve was disliked on release for swerving in the opposite direction from the über-cool Ocean’s Eleven. Critics dismissed it as overindulgent, pretentious, and ultimately pointless: The heist plot is nigh-impossible to understand, most of the crucial exposition is entirely absent, and there’s a subplot in which the character played by Julia Roberts pretends to be the real Julia Roberts. In hindsight, though, the film is a perfect deconstruction of sequel logic, showing the difficulty of finding new directions for a beloved cast of characters. Where Ocean’s Eleven was all smooth style, Ocean’s Twelve is a knowing subversion that lays bare the ridiculous fallacy of movie-star charm. It also happens to be very, very funny.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Pain & Gain (2013, directed by Michael Bay)
Practically every Bay film has been dismissed by reviewers on release, and often for good reason. His high-octane storytelling style makes the simplest scenes of dialogue utterly hyperactive, and most of his recent efforts are about talking robot toys. But Pain & Gain was a sly departure for this director, a low-budget (by his standards) crime comedy that feels like a Coen Brothers movie on growth hormones. Based on a true story, Pain & Gain is about three bodybuilders (played by Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, and Anthony Mackie) who embark on a harebrained kidnapping scheme for easy money; naturally, things quickly go awry. Bay doesn’t abandon his trademark energy, but instead deploys it as satire—these characters might think they’re in a flashy action movie, but their circumstances are far more mundane and depressing.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime
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2020.05.07 16:44 AskimoIIR Event

Hi, entrant! So the last weeks of your status as a “schoolboy” have come. Soon you will say goodbye to classmates and teachers and leave the native walls of the school. So that you are not upset that one of the stages of life is nearing completion, Askimo admins have prepared a list of cool IMO events that will distract you from all sad thoughts and help you plunge into a new environment for you. Even if all dreams of graduation fall apart, believe me, the life of a student is even more exciting!

🏃‍♀ Initiation in freshmen
This event will be the first in your student life. At the initiation, you can get to know your classmates better, meet new faces and just have fun. The event is held in the format of a quest with stations. Student activists of our institute will be waiting for you with their difficult tasks. The opportunity to make new friends thanks to initiation into freshmen - 100%!

🏃‍♀ Freshman Day
Every student dreams of getting on the UNICS stage. You can contribute to the creation of the concert by participating in Freshman Day. Hurry up to choose a creative team for yourself and get ready to perform with him! IMO provides many sites for skills development. Vocalists, actors, dancers, musicians and even representatives of the original genre, the scene is waiting for YOU! If you don’t like to be in the spotlight and are afraid of public speaking, but still want to become part of the creation of the concert, we have a solution! You can help the speakers backstage. Decorators, administrators, a technical team and other areas are ready to accept you into their ranks.

🏃‍♀ IMO Asset School
This outdoor event is a bit like a camp where you and your team prepare for events, attend various master classes and simply enjoy the atmosphere. We will not disclose all the secrets of the asset school, you will learn everything personally. One thing you need to know: the asset is being selected for school. Only the brightest and most initiative freshmen have the opportunity to experience the spirit of the IMO family to the maximum and spend three days in the company of activist students of our institute!

🏃‍♀ IMO Christmas Ball
If the graduation did not take place at school, you should not worry at all. You can try on a ball gown or formal dress coat and feel like a real royal person by becoming a member of the Christmas ball. Regardless of dancing skills, everyone can spin in a sensual waltz or light up in a passionate rhythm of tango. To participate, you only need to find a partner, which we recommend doing in advance.

🏃‍♀Miss and Mr IMO
This is not a competition in which you need to defile in swimsuits and smile sweetly. Boys and girls present their creative numbers and pass several tests. Victory is not so important, because in the process of preparation, students make friends and gain new knowledge by attending master classes. Are unforgettable moments of student life not considered the main prize?

This is only a small part of all the events in which you will have time to participate during your studies at IMO. We hope that you have a great desire to become a member of each of them. In the meantime, get ready for your exams and don’t forget that we are always waiting for you in our ranks!

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2020.04.28 01:23 nikvelimirovic [EVENT][RETRO] Mosfilm and Lenfilm Release Schedule

The Russian film industry, after putting out multi-million dollar blockbusters like T-34 and Stalingrad, has announced its major film productions for the next five years, including several surprise releases for this year:

Mosfilm

2022 – a surprise remake of the hit Soviet film Ivan Vasilievich Changes Profession (Иван Васильевич меняет профессию) will be released in October of 2022, starring Grigoriy Dobrygin as the eponymous Ivan Vasilievich/Ivan the Terrible. Dobrygin, born in Rybachiy, played Issa Karpov in 2014’s A Most Wanted Man
2023 – a romance film titled Once Upon a Time in Kazan starring Yuliya Snigir and Danila Kozlovsky.
2023 - Remembering Misha: a quasi-biographical film written by, directed by, and starring legendary Russian filmmaker Nikita Mikhalkov. Mikhalkov is also the son of Sergey Mikhalkov, who wrote the lyrics to the Soviet anthem.
2024 - Singh: a Russian-Pakistani co-production about the Bhagat Singh starring famed Pakistani actor Fawad Khan as the title character. Igor Jijikine, born in Moscow, will play a fictional Governor of Punjab named Percy Asquith Hanbury-Tracy who is revealed to have been poisoned by Singh at his execution. As Hanbury-Tracy begins to choke, Singh will smile, just before he is executed. Pakistan has indicated that they wish this film to be their entry to the Academy Awards for 2024.

Lenfilm

Lenfilm has partnered with Bubble Comics to make a Russian superhero cinematic universe.
2022 – Major Grom: a film based on the comic about a St. Petersburg detective with remarkable strength, mental aptitude, and a Sherlock Holmes-esque deductive ability. The first film will be a Major Grom origin story, where the police academy gets attacked by a superhero that is half bear half man.
2023 - Major Grom 2: this film will follow the story of the Plague Doctor, which sees Major Grom hunting a random bunch of murders in St. Petersburg, all of them perpetrated by a young millionaire known as Citizen. The film ends on a cliff hanger with Citizen capturing Major Grom.
2024 - Major Grom 3: this film picks up where the last one left off, with Major Grom escaping from the Plague Doctors trap through hallucinations caused by drugs that the Plague Doctor injected into him. Once he defeats the Plague Doctor and arrests him, Grom realizes that the Plague Doctor is just one underling in a massive criminal conspiracy that threatens the very fate of Russia. This film will end the first Major Grom trilogy.
2025 - Comrade Lenin: an extremely ambitious and controversial film, Lenfilm is making a Vladimir Lenin biopic that starts in 1917 and follows Lenin through the Russian Civil War. It will be in English and Leonardo Di Caprio is slated to play Lenin. Several Russian oligarchs have funded this film, and it has the potential to be Russia’s big hit in western markets.
(not all film release named)
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2020.04.24 00:49 tombstoneshadows28 Full monthly schedule for TCM (U.S.) over the month of May, 2020. (All times E.S.T.)

Friday, May 01, 2020
(12:30 AM) (crime) Across 110th Street (1972/Barry Shear)
(2:30 AM) (drama) Taxi Driver (1976/Martin Scorsese)
(4:30 AM) (horror) Sisters (1972/Brian De Palma)
(6:15 AM) (documentary) Hollywood My Hometown (1965/?)
(7:15 AM) (drama) The Night of the Iguana (1964/John Huston)
(9:30 AM) (comedy) Period Of Adjustment (1962/George Roy Hill)
(11:30 AM) (drama) Sweet Bird Of Youth (1962/Richard Brooks)
(1:45 PM) (drama) The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961/José Quintero)
(3:45 PM) (drama)Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (1958/Richard Brooks)
(5:45 PM) (drama) Baby Doll (1956/Elia Kazan)
(8:00 PM) (sci-fi) Cocoon (1985/Ron Howard)
(10:15 PM) (sci-fi) It Came From Outer Space (1953/Jack Arnold)
(11:45 PM) (sci-fi) Close Encounters Of The Third Kind (1977/Steven Spielberg)
Saturday, May 02, 2020
(2:15 AM) (horror) Maniac (1963/Michael Carreras)
(3:45 AM) (suspense) Stop Me Before I Kill (1961/Val Guest)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) Ask Me, Don't Tell Me (1961/David Myers)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Boys' Night Out (1962/Michael Gordon)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: The Bear and the Beavers (1942/9m/Rudolf Ising)
(8:10 AM) (comedy) Hot News Margie (1931/Alfred J. Goulding)
(8:18 AM) (short) Calling On Cape Town (1952/?)
(8:28 AM) (crime) You Can't Buy Luck (1937/Lew Landers)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: Into the Great Unknown (SERIAL) (1940/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Quiet Pleeze (1941/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) Bowery Battalion (1951/William Beaudine)
(11:30 AM) (short) Paree, Paree (1934/Roy Mack)
(12:00 PM) (crime) The Public Enemy (1931/William A. Wellman)
(1:30 PM) (western) My Darling Clementine (1946/John Ford)
(3:15 PM) (drama) On The Waterfront (1954/Elia Kazan)
(5:15 PM) (sci-fi) 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968/Stanley Kubrick)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Singin' In The Rain (1952/Gene Kelly)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) Francis (1950/Arthur Lubin)
Sunday, May 03, 2020
(12:00 AM) (suspense) Fallen Angel (1945/Otto Preminger)
(2:00 AM) (comedy) Horse Feathers (1932/Norman McLeod)
(3:30 AM) (comedy) A Day At The Races (1937/Sam Wood)
(6:00 AM) (suspense) After The Thin Man (1936/W. S. Van Dyke)
(8:00 AM) (drama) Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1939/Sam Wood)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) Fallen Angel (1945/Otto Preminger)
(12:00 PM) (musical) Hollywood Canteen (1944/Delmer Daves)
(2:15 PM) (western) Stars In My Crown (1950/Jacques Tourneur)
(4:00 PM) (romance) I Know Where I'm Going (1945/Michael Powell)
(5:45 PM) (musical) The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964/Charles Walters)
(8:00 PM) (premiere) The Silver Cord (1933/John Cromwell)
(9:30 PM) (premiere) The Sin Of Nora Moran (1933/62m/Phil Goldstone)
(10:45 PM) (drama) Once to Every Woman (1934/Lambert Hillyer)
Monday, May 04, 2020
(12:15 AM) (silent) Body And Soul (1925/Oscar Micheaux)
(2:15 AM) (drama) The Children Are Watching Us (1944/Vittorio De Sica)
(3:45 AM) (drama) Bicycle Thieves (1948/Vittorio De Sica)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Millionaire Playboy (1940/Leslie Goodwins)
(7:15 AM) (comedy) That Uncertain Feeling (1941/Ernst Lubitsch)
(8:45 AM) (comedy) Mental Poise (1938/Roy Rowland)
(9:00 AM) (comedy) Penelope (1966/Arthur Hiller)
(11:00 AM) (comedy)Promise Her Anything (1966/Arthur Hiller)
(12:45 PM) (comedy) Carefree (1938/Mark Sandrich)
(2:15 PM) (comedy) The Impossible Years (1968/Michael Gordon)
(4:00 PM) (comedy) Three On A Couch (1966/Jerry Lewis)
(6:00 PM) (drama)My Six Convicts (1952/Hugo Fregonese)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Splendor In The Grass (1961/Elia Kazan)
(10:15 PM) (western) The Searchers (1956/John Ford)
Tuesday, May 05, 2020
(12:30 AM) (musical) Gypsy (1962/Mervyn LeRoy)
(3:00 AM) (drama) Rebel Without A Cause (1955/Nicholas Ray)
(5:00 AM) (documentary) Best Of Private Screenings (2019/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Sombrero (1953/Norman Foster)
(8:00 AM) (western) Viva Villa! (1934/Jack Conway)
(10:00 AM) (western) The Robin Hood Of El Dorado (1936/William A. Wellman)
(11:30 AM) (drama) The Fugitive (1947/John Ford)
(1:15 PM) (western) The Treasure of Pancho Villa (1955/George Sherman)
(3:00 PM) (epic) Juarez (1939/William Dieterle)
(5:15 PM) (adventure) The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre (1948/John Huston)
(7:30 PM) (documentary)Picturesque Patzcuaro (1942/James A. FitzPatrick)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) On The Road To Monterrey (1943/?)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) Motoring In Mexico (1943/?)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Scarlet Empress (1934/Josef von Sternberg)
(10:00 PM) (epic) Cleopatra (1963/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Wednesday, May 06, 2020
(2:30 AM) (romance) Mary Of Scotland (1936/John Ford)
(4:45 AM) (epic) Marie Antoinette (1938/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(7:30 AM) (romance) Young Bess (1953/George Sidney)
(9:30 AM) (drama) The Rise of Catherine The Great (1934/Paul Czinner)
(11:15 AM) (romance) The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939/Michael Curtiz)
(1:15 PM) (suspense) Fast And Furious (1939/Busby Berkeley)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) Page Miss Glory (1935/Mervyn LeRoy)
(4:15 PM) (premiere) POPEYE: The Dance Contest (1934/Dave Fleischer)
(4:30 PM) (comedy) Miss Pacific Fleet (1935/Ray Enright)
(5:45 PM) (musical) Strike Up The Band (1940/Busby Berkeley)
(8:00 PM) (silent) The Dragon Painter (1919/William Worthington)
(9:00 PM) (silent) Piccadilly (1929/E. A. Dupont)
(11:00 PM) (crime) Daughter Of Shanghai (1937/Robert Florey)
Thursday, May 07, 2020
(12:30 AM) (suspense) Phantom Of Chinatown (1940/Phil Rosen)
(2:00 AM) (drama) The Letter (1940/William Wyler)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Night Song (1947/John Cromwell)
(6:00 AM) Sapphire (1959/Basil Dearden)
(7:45 AM) (crime) The League of Gentlemen (1960/Basil Dearden)
(9:45 AM) (crime) The Secret Partner (1961/Basil Dearden)
(11:30 AM) (drama) Victim (1961/Basil Dearden)
(1:30 PM) (drama) All Night Long (1963/Basil Dearden)
(3:15 PM) (suspense) Woman of Straw (1964/Basil Dearden)
(5:30 PM) (adventure) Masquerade (1965/Basil Dearden)
(7:30 PM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(8:00 PM) (crime) Little Caesar (1930/Mervyn LeRoy)
(9:30 PM) (drama) Tiger Shark (1932/Howard Hawks)
(11:00 PM) (adventure) The Sea Wolf (1941/Michael Curtiz)
Friday, May 08, 2020
(12:30 AM) (crime) Key Largo (1948/John Huston)
(2:30 AM) (crime) Bullets Or Ballots (1936/William Keighley)
(4:00 AM) (comedy) The Little Giant (1933/Roy Del Ruth)
(5:30 AM) (crime) Two Seconds (1932/Mervyn LeRoy)
(6:45 AM) (drama) The Hatchet Man (1932/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 AM) (drama) The Man I Love (1947/Raoul Walsh)
(9:45 AM) (musical) Ding Dong Williams (1946/William Berke)
(11:00 AM) (romance) Intermezzo (1936/Gustaf Molander)
(12:45 PM) (musical) Mischa Elman (1926/?)
(1:00 PM) (drama) Rhapsody (1954/Charles Vidor)
(3:00 PM) (short) Stan Kenton and His Orchestra (1947/Jack Scholl)
(3:15 PM) (suspense) The Beast With Five Fingers (1946/Robert Florey)
(4:45 PM) (crime) Shoot The Piano Player (1960/François Truffaut)
(6:15 PM) (drama) The Seventh Veil (1945/Compton Bennett)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954/Richard Brooks)
(10:15 PM) (comedy) Mister Roberts (1955/John Ford)
Saturday, May 09, 2020
(12:30 AM) (romance) The End Of The Affair (1955/Edward Dmytryk)
(2:30 AM) (premiere) The Pyramid (1976/Gary Kent)
(4:15 AM) (short) The Terrible Truth (1951/?)
(4:15 AM) (documentary) Drug Stories (2019/?)
(6:00 AM) (war) 36 Hours (1964/George Seaton)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: The Bear and the Hare (1948/Michael Lah)
(8:09 AM) (comedy)Hot Sands (1931/Alfred J. Goulding)
(8:20 AM) (documentary) Calling On Colombia (1940/James A. FitzPatrick)
(8:29 AM) (comedy) Vacation in Reno (1946/Leslie Goodwins)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: The Fang Strikes (SERIAL) (1940/?)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Olive's Sweepstake Ticket (1941/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) 2Hold That Baby! (1949/Reginald Le Borg)
(11:30 AM) (short) Double Exposure (1935/Lloyd French)
(12:00 PM) (suspense) The Third Man (1949/Carol Reed)
(2:00 PM) (drama) Edge Of The City (1957/Martin Ritt)
(3:45 PM) (adventure) The Comancheros (1961/Michael Curtiz)
(5:45 PM) (western) There Was A Crooked Man (1970/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Ace In The Hole (1951/Billy Wilder)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) The Front Page (1931/Lewis Milestone)
Sunday, May 10, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) Mildred Pierce (1945/Michael Curtiz)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) Brewster McCloud (1970/Robert Altman)
(4:15 AM) (fantasy)7 Faces of Dr. Lao (1964/George Pal)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Three Daring Daughters (194/Fred M. Wilcox)
(8:00 AM) (romance) Light In The Piazza (1962/Guy Green)
(10:00 AM) (drama) Mildred Pierce (1945/Michael Curtiz)
(12:00 PM) (drama) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942/Orson Welles)
(2:00 PM) (drama) The Old Maid (1939/Edmund Goulding)
(4:00 PM) (romance) So Big (1953/Robert Wise)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Baby Boom (1987/Charles Shyer)
(8:00 PM) (drama) I Remember Mama (1948/George Stevens)
(10:30 PM) (drama) Stella Dallas (1937/King Vidor)
Monday, May 11, 2020
(12:30 AM) (silent) Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928/Charles F. Reisner)
(2:00 AM) Wajda by Wajda (2017/Andrzej Wolski)
(3:45 AM) (war) Ashes And Diamonds (1958/Andrzej Wajda)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Singin' In The Rain (1952/Gene Kelly)
(8:00 AM) (musical) Kiss Me Kate (1953/George Sidney)
(10:00 AM) (musical) 42nd Street (1933/Lloyd Bacon)
(11:45 AM) (music) Footlight Parade (1933/Lloyd Bacon)
(1:45 PM) (musical) Varsity Show (1937/William Keighley)
(4:00 PM) (musical) Top Hat (1935/Mark Sandrich)
(6:00 PM) (musical) Born To Dance (1936/Roy Del Ruth)
(8:00 PM)No Maps On My Taps (1978/George T Nierenberg)
(9:15 PM) (musical) Stormy Weather (1943/Andrew Stone)
(10:45 PM) No Maps On My Taps (1978/George T Nierenberg)
Tuesday, May 12, 2020
(1:30 AM) (musical) Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942/Michael Curtiz)
(4:00 AM) (musical) Pennies From Heaven (1981/Herbert Ross)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Spitfire (1934/John Cromwell)
(7:30 AM) (romance)Break Of Hearts (1935/Philip Moeller)
(9:00 AM) (suspense) Undercurrent (1946/Vincente Minnelli)
(11:00 AM) (drama) Keeper Of The Flame (1943/George Cukor)
(12:45 PM) (romance) Sylvia Scarlett (1935/George Cukor)
(2:30 PM) (comedy) Alice Adams (1935/George Stevens)
(4:15 PM) (comedy) Pat And Mike (1952/George Cukor)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Woman Of The Year (1942/George Stevens)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Miracle Worker (1962/Arthur Penn)
(10:00 PM) (drama) A World Apart (1988/Chris Menges)
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) Blossoms In The Dust (1941/Mervyn LeRoy)
(2:00 AM) (drama) Marie: A True Story (1985/Roger Donaldson)
(4:00 AM) (drama) An Angel At My Table (1990/Jane Campion)
(7:00 AM) (romance) Devotion (1946/Curtis Bernhardt)
(9:00 AM) (romance) The Barretts Of Wimpole Street (1957/Sidney Franklin)
(11:00 AM) (drama) The Diary of Anne Frank (1959/George Stevens)
(2:15 PM) (comedy) Dinner At Eight (1933/George Cukor)
(4:15 PM) (romance) Saratoga Trunk (1945/Sam Wood)
(6:45 PM) (comedy) The Expert (1932/Archie Mayo)
(8:00 PM) (suspense) The Crimson Kimono (1959/Samuel Fuller)
(9:30 PM) (crime) House Of Bamboo (1955/Samuel Fuller)
(11:30 PM) (romance) Love Is A Many-Splendored Thing (1955/Henry King)
Thursday, May 14, 2020
(1:30 AM) (adventure) Song Of India (1949/Albert S. Rogell)
(3:00 AM) (war) The Steel Helmet (1951/Samuel Fuller)
(4:30 AM) (drama) Abe Lincoln In Illinois (1940/John Cromwell)
(6:30 AM) (war) Underground (1941/Vincent Sherman)
(8:15 AM) (comedy) All Through The Night (1942/Vincent Sherman)
(10:15 AM) (drama) The Hard Way (1942/Vincent Sherman)
(12:15 PM) (drama) Old Acquaintance (1943/Vincent Sherman)
(2:15 PM) (adventure) Adventures Of Don Juan (1948/Vincent Sherman)
(4:15 PM) (horror) The Return Of Doctor X (1939/Vincent Sherman)
(5:30 PM) (drama) The Young Philadelphians (1959/Vincent Sherman)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Whole Town's Talking (1935/John Ford)
(9:45 PM) (comedy) A Slight Case of Murder (1938/Lloyd Bacon)
(11:30 PM) (comedy) Larceny, Inc. (1942/Lloyd Bacon)
Friday, May 15, 2020
(1:15 AM) (crime) The Amazing Dr. Clitterhouse (1938/Anatole Litvak)
(3:00 AM) (crime) Brother Orchid (1940/Lloyd Bacon)
(4:45 AM) (suspense) The Man With Two Faces (1934/Archie Mayo)
(6:00 AM) (adventure) Hotel Reserve (1946/Victor Hanbury)
(7:30 AM) (epic) Julius Caesar (1953/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(9:45 AM) (drama) Lolita (1962/Stanley Kubrick)
(12:30 PM) (suspense) Odd Man Out (1947/Carol Reed)
(2:30 PM) (musical) A Star Is Born (1954/George Cukor)
(5:30 PM) (suspense) North by Northwest (1959/Alfred Hitchcock)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Ransom! (1956/Alex Segal)
(10:00 PM) (suspense) Cape Fear (1962/J. Lee Thompson)
Saturday, May 16, 2020
(12:00 AM) (crime) The Night Holds Terror (1955/Andrew Stone)
(2:00 AM) (premiere) From Beyond (1986/Stuart Gordon)
(5:00 AM) (short) Good Eating Habits (1951/?)
(5:00 AM) (short) Age 13 (1955/Arthur Swerdloff)
(5:00 AM) (short) One Got Fat (1963/Dale Jennings)
(5:00 AM) (short) Match Your Mood (1968/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) The Wheeler Dealers (1963/Arthur Hiller)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: Bear Raid Warden (1944/George Gordon)
(8:08 AM) (comedy) The Eyes Have It (1931/Alfred J. Goulding)
(8:19 AM) (short) Calling On Costa Rica (1947/
(8:30 AM) (drama) Straight Is The Way (1934/Paul Sloane)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: The Mountain of Death (1940)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Flies Ain't Human (1941/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) Feudin' Fools (1952/William Beaudine)
(11:30 AM) (short) Rufus Jones For President (1933/Roy Mack)
(12:00 PM) (adventure) Captain Blood (1935/Michael Curtiz)
(2:15 PM) (suspense) Out Of The Past (1947/Jacques Tourneur)
(4:00 PM) (western) The Naked Spur (1953/Anthony Mann)
(5:45 PM) (drama) The Hill (1965/Sidney Lumet)
(8:00 PM) (silent) The General (1927/Buster Keaton)
(9:45 PM) (documentary) The Great Buster: A Celebration (2018/Peter Bogdanovich)
Sunday, May 17, 2020
(12:00 AM) (suspense) The Crimson Kimono (1959/Samuel Fuller)
(1:45 AM) (adventure) The Flame And The Arrow (1950/Jacques Tourneur)
(3:30 AM) (adventure) The Crimson Pirate (1952/Robert Siodmak)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(6:00 AM) (musical) Gold Diggers Of 1937 (1936/Lloyd Bacon)
(8:00 AM) (comedy) I Love You Again (1940/W. S. Van Dyke II)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) The Crimson Kimono (1959/Samuel Fuller)
(12:00 PM) (crime) The Naked City (1948/Jules Dassin)
(2:00 PM) (musical) Shall We Dance (1937/Mark Sandrich)
(4:00 PM) (drama) Tea And Sympathy (1956/Vincente Minnelli)
(6:15 PM) (suspense) Niagara (1953/Henry Hathaway)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985/Woody Allen)
(9:45 PM) (comedy) Moonstruck (1987/Norman Jewison)
Monday, May 18, 2020
(12:00 AM) (silent) Shoes (1916/Lois Weber)
(3:45 AM) (documentary) Vadim Mister Cool (2016/
(5:00 AM) (documentary) Hollywood Without Make-Up (1966/?)
(6:00 AM) (horror) The Devil Bat (1940/Jean Yarbrough)
(7:15 AM) (horror) Doctor X (1932/Michael Curtiz)
(8:45 AM) (suspense) The Murder Of Dr. Harrigan (1936/Frank McDonald)
(10:00 AM) (horror) Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde (1932/Rouben Mamoulian)
(11:45 AM) (crime) The Law And The Lab (1956/Frances Dinsmoor)
(12:00 PM) (horror) The Brain That Wouldn't Die (1962/Joseph Green)
(1:30 PM) (short) They're Always Caught (1938/Harold S. Bucquet)
(2:00 PM) (horror) Hands Of A Stranger (1962/Newt Arnold)
(3:30 PM) (short) The Grandmother (1970/David Lynch)
(4:15 PM) (horror) The Omega Man (1971/Boris Sagal)
(6:00 PM) (horror) The Terminal Man (1974/Mike Hodges)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Girl Crazy (1943/Norman Taurog)
(10:00 PM) (musical) She's Working Her Way Through College (1952/Bruce Humberstone)
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
(12:00 AM) (musical) Varsity Show (1937/William Keighley)
(1:30 AM) (musical) Too Many Girls (1940/George Abbott)
(3:15 AM) (musical) Good News (1947/Charles Walters)
(5:00 AM) (documentary) Private Screenings: Liza Minnelli (2010/Sean Cameron)
(6:00 AM) (horror) The Mad Genius (1931/Michael Curtiz)
(7:30 AM) (documentary) Grey Gardens (1976/Ellen Hovde)
(9:15 AM) (horror) What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? (1962/Robert Aldrich)
(11:45 AM) (horror) Mad Love (1935/Karl Freund)
(1:00 PM) (romance) The Red Shoes (1948/Michael Powell)
(3:30 PM) (drama) Hamlet (1948/Laurence Olivier)
(6:15 PM) (drama) Black Narcissus (1947/Michael Powell)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Sister Kenny (1946/Dudley Nichols)
(10:15 PM) (drama) The Girl In White (1952/John Sturges)
Wednesday, May 20, 2020
(12:00 AM) (drama) The White Angel (1936/William Dieterle)
(1:45 AM) (drama) The Nun's Story (1959/Fred Zinnemann)
(4:30 AM) (war) I Was An American Spy (1951/Lesley Selander)
(6:00 AM) (drama) Madame Curie (1943/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:15 AM) (drama) Wings And The Woman (1941/Herbert Wilcox)
(10:00 AM) (musical)Million Dollar Mermaid (1952/Mervyn LeRoy)
(12:00 PM) (drama) A Notorious Affair (1930/Lloyd Bacon)
(1:15 PM) (comedy) Quality Street (1937/George Stevens)
(2:45 PM) (romance) Give Me Your Heart (1936/Archie L. Mayo)
(4:30 PM) (romance) Sadie McKee (1934/Clarence Brown)
(6:15 PM) (romance) Three Comrades (1938/Frank Borzage)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Flower Drum Song (1961/Henry Koster)
(10:30 PM) (romance) Sayonara (1957/Joshua Logan)
Thursday, May 21, 2020
(1:15 AM) (war) The Sand Pebbles (1966/Robert Wise)
(4:30 AM) (sci-fi) The Time Machine (1960/George Pal)
(6:30 AM) (adventure) Yellow Jack (1938/George B. Seitz)
(8:00 AM) (romance) Fugitive Lovers (1934/Richard Boleslavsky)
(9:30 AM) (drama) Hide-Out (1934/W. S. Van Dyke)
(11:00 AM) (comedy) Piccadilly Jim (1936/Robert Z. Leonard)
(12:45 PM) (comedy) Ever Since Eve (1937/Lloyd Bacon)
(2:15 PM) (comedy) Mr. and Mrs. Smith (1941/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:00 PM) (suspense) Night Must Fall (1937/Richard Thorpe)
(6:00 PM) (suspense) Lady In The Lake (1947/Robert Montgomery)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) Kid Galahad (1937/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00 PM) (crime) Smart Money (1931/Alfred E. Green)
(11:30 PM) (crime) Double Indemnity (1944/Billy Wilder)
Friday, May 22, 2020
(1:30 AM) (suspense) The Stranger (1946/Orson Welles)
(3:15 AM) (suspense) Confessions Of A Nazi Spy (1939/Anatole Litvak)
(5:15 AM) (crime) Illegal (1955/Lewis Allen)
(7:00 AM) (suspense) Blackmail (1939/H. C. Potter)
(8:30 AM) (horror) Soylent Green (1973/Richard O. Fleischer)
(10:15 AM) (drama) Morning Glory (1933/Lowell Sherman)
(11:45 AM) (comedy) The Actress (1953/George Cukor)
(1:30 PM) (drama) The Star (1953/Stuart Heisler)
(3:15 PM) (drama) Inside Daisy Clover (1965/Robert Mulligan)
(5:30 PM) (drama) The Legend Of Lylah Clare (1968/Robert Aldrich)
(8:00 PM) (horror musical) Mad Monster Party (1967/Jules Bass)
(10:00 PM) (comedy) The Daydreamer (1966/Jules Bass)
Saturday, May 23, 2020
(12:00 AM) (comedy) The Wacky World Of Mother Goose (1967/Jules Bass)
(1:30 AM) (short) Nursery Rhyme Mysteries (1943/Edward L. Cahn)
(2:00 AM) (crime) The Harder They Come (1972/Perry Henzell)
(4:00 AM) (horror) Eraserhead (1977/David Lynch)
(5:45 AM) (short) The House In The Middle (1954/?)
(6:00 AM) (adventure) Drums Along The Mohawk (1939/John Ford)
(8:00 AM) (adventure) Captain Caution (1940/Richard Wallace)
(9:30 AM) (war) Glory (1989/Edward Zwick)
(11:45 AM) (war) Sergeant York (1941/Howard Hawks)
(2:00 PM) (war) D-Day The Sixth Of June (1956/Henry Koster)
(4:00 PM) (war) The Steel Helmet (1951/Samuel Fuller)
(5:30 PM) (war) The Green Berets (1968/John Wayne)
(8:00 PM) (romance) Casablanca (1942/Michael Curtiz)
(10:00 PM) (drama) Waterloo Bridge (1940/Mervyn LeRoy)
Sunday, May 24, 2020
(12:00 AM) (suspense) Cornered (1946/Edward Dmytryk)
(2:00 AM) (war) Uncertain Glory (1944/Raoul Walsh)
(3:45 AM) (war) Edge Of Darkness (1943/Lewis Milestone)
(6:00 AM) (war) Reunion In France (1942/Jules Dassin)
(8:00 AM) (drama) Assignment In Brittany (1943/Jack Conway)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) Cornered (1946/Edward Dmytryk)
(12:00 PM) (war) Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944/Mervyn LeRoy)
(2:30 PM) (adventure) The Wings Of Eagles (1957/John Ford)
(4:30 PM) (war) The Sand Pebbles (1966/Robert Wise)
(8:00 PM) (war) Hell To Eternity (1960/Phil Karlson)
(10:15 PM) (war) Pride Of The Marines (1945/Delmer Daves)
Monday, May 25, 2020
(12:30 AM) (silent) Wings (1927/William A. Wellman)
(3:00 AM) (war) Westfront 1918 (1930/G. W. Pabst)
(4:45 AM) (drama) The Red Badge Of Courage (1951/John Huston)
(6:00 AM) (war) Battle Cry (1955/Raoul Walsh)
(8:30 AM) (war) Where Eagles Dare (1968/Brian G. Hutton)
(11:15 AM) (war) The Great Escape (1963/John Sturges)
(2:15 PM) (war) The Dirty Dozen (1967/Robert Aldrich)
(5:00 PM) (war) Battle Of The Bulge (1965/Ken Annakin)
(8:00 PM) (drama) The Best Years Of Our Lives (1946/William Wyler)
(11:00 PM) (drama) Till The End Of Time (1946/Edward Dmytryk)
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
(1:00 AM) (war) Coming Home (1978/Hal Ashby)
(3:30 AM) (romance) Homecoming (1948/Mervyn LeRoy)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Without Reservations (1946/Mervyn LeRoy)
(7:45 AM) (drama) A Night To Remember (1958/Roy Ward Baker)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) The Lady Vanishes (1938/Alfred Hitchcock)
(11:45 AM) (short) A Wee Bit of Scotland (1949/?)
(11:45 AM) (short) So You're Going On A Vacation (1946/Richard Bare)
(12:15 PM) (romance) I Know Where I'm Going (1945/Michael Powell)
(2:00 PM) (romance) Indiscretion Of An American Wife (1954/Vittorio De Sica)
(3:15 PM) (drama) The V.I.P.S (1963/Anthony Asquith)
(5:30 PM) (short) Pastoral Panoramas (1950/?)
(5:30 PM) (documentary) Amalfi Way (1955/Richard Wright)
(5:30 PM) (short) Seeing Spain (1953/?)
(6:00 PM) (comedy) Travels With My Aunt (1972/George Cukor)
(8:00 PM) (musical) Incendiary Blonde (1945/George Marshall)
(10:15 PM) (musical) Lady Sings The Blues (1972/Sidney J. Furie)
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
(1:00 AM) (musical) Funny Girl (1968/William Wyler)
(3:45 AM) (musical) Funny Lady (1975/Herbert Ross)
(6:15 AM) (western) Annie Oakley (1935/George Stevens)
(8:00 AM) (musical) Calamity Jane (1953/David Butler)
(10:00 AM) (musical) So This Is Love (1953/Gordon Douglas)
(11:45 AM) (drama) Interrupted Melody (1955/Curtis Bernhardt)
(1:45 PM) (musical) The Singing Nun (1966/Henry Koster)
(3:45 PM) (short) All Girl Revue (1940/Lloyd French)
(4:00 PM) (western) Song Of Love (1947/Clarence Brown)
(6:00 PM) (drama) I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955/Daniel Mann)
(8:00 PM) (comedy) To Be Or Not To Be (1942/Ernst Lubitsch)
(10:00 PM) (romance) To Have And Have Not (1944/Howard Hawks)
Thursday, May 28, 2020
(12:00 AM) (romance) Casablanca (1942/Michael Curtiz)
(2:00 AM) (war) The Seventh Cross (1944/Fred Zinnemann)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Between Two Worlds (1944/Edward A. Blatt)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) Male Animal (1942/Elliott Nugent)
(7:45 AM) (musical) One Sunday Afternoon (1948/Raoul Walsh)
(9:30 AM) (comedy) It Happened On 5th Avenue (1947/Roy Del Ruth)
(11:30 AM) (crime) Too Late for Tears (1949/Byron Haskin)
(1:30 PM) (romance) A Guy Named Joe (1943/Victor Fleming)
(3:45 PM) (musical) The Stork Club (1945/Hal Walker)
(5:30 PM) (short) Return From Nowhere (1944/Paul Burnford)
(5:30 PM) (short) **Men Of The Sky (1942/B. Reeves Eason)
(6:30 PM) (comedy)A Girl In Every Port (1952/Chester Erskine)
(8:00 PM) (drama) Our Vines Have Tender Grapes (1945/Roy Rowland)
(10:00 PM) (suspense) The Woman In The Window (1944/Fritz Lang)
(11:45 PM) (suspense) Scarlet Street (1945/in/Fritz Lang)
Friday, May 29, 2020
(1:45 AM) (drama) Five Star Final (1931/Mervyn LeRoy)
(3:30 AM) (drama) Dr. Ehrlich's Magic Bullet (1940/William Dieterle)
(5:30 AM) (drama) Silver Dollar (1932/Alfred E. Green)
(7:00 AM) (drama) The Cincinnati Kid (1965/Norman Jewison)
(9:00 AM) (drama) Payment On Demand (1951/Curtis Bernhardt)
(10:45 AM) (romance) A Stolen Life (1946/Curtis Bernhardt)
(12:45 PM) (drama) Deception (1946/Irving Rapper)
(2:45 PM) (comedy) It's Love I'm After (1937/Archie L. Mayo)
(4:30 PM) (romance) June Bride (1948/Bretaigne Windust)
(6:15 PM) (comedy) The Bride Came C.O.D. (1941/William Keighley)
(8:00 PM) (suspense) Pickup On South Street (1953/Samuel Fuller)
(9:30 PM) (romance) Three Coins In The Fountain (1954/Jean Negulesco)
(11:30 PM) (suspense) Niagara (1953/Henry Hathaway)
Saturday, May 30, 2020
(1:15 AM) (documentary) Mighty Niagara (1943/?)
(1:30 AM) (short) Dark Shadows (1944/Walter Hart)
(3:30 AM) (horror) Night Of The Creeps (1986/Fred Dekker)
(5:00 AM) (short) Keep Off The Grass (1969/Ib Melchior)
(5:00 AM) (short) Shake Hands With Danger (1970/?)
(6:00 AM) (comedy) How Sweet It Is (1968/Jerry Paris)
(8:00 AM) (premiere) MGM CARTOONS: Barney's Hungry Cousin (1953/Dick Lundy)
(8:08 AM) (short) Envy (1930/Arthur Hurley)
(8:17 AM) (short) Calling On Michigan (1949/?)
(8:28 AM) (comedy) Genius At Work (1947/Leslie Goodwins)
(9:30 AM) (premiere) TERRY AND THE PIRATES: The Dragon Queen Threatens (SERIAL) (1940)
(10:00 AM) (premiere) POPEYE: Popeye Meets Rip Van Winkle (1941/Dave Fleisher)
(10:07 AM) (comedy) Hard Boiled Mahoney (1947/William Beaudine)
(11:30 AM) (comedy) A Small Town Idol (1939/?)
(12:00 PM) (horror) The Body Snatcher (1945/Robert Wise)
(1:30 PM) (drama) From Here To Eternity (1953/Fred Zinnemann)
(3:45 PM) (western) The Far Country (1955/Anthony Mann)
(5:30 PM) (drama) The Sundowners (1960/Fred Zinnemann)
(8:00 PM) (romance)The Red Shoes (1948/Michael Powell)
Sunday, May 31, 2020
(12:15 AM) (suspense) A Kiss Before Dying (1956/Gerd Oswald)
(2:15 AM) (comedy) Sex Kittens Go To College (1960/Albert Zugsmith)
(4:00 AM) (drama) Born Reckless (1959/Howard W. Koch)
(5:30 AM) (documentary) MGM Parade Show #1 (1955/?)
(6:00 AM) (silent) The Big Parade (1925/King Vidor)
(8:45 AM) (comedy) Duck Soup (1933/Leo McCarey)
(10:00 AM) (suspense) A Kiss Before Dying (1956/Gerd Oswald)
(12:00 PM) (drama) The Letter (1940/William Wyler)
(1:45 PM) (drama)The Yearling (1946/Clarence Brown)
(4:00 PM) (musical) Frankie And Johnny (1966/Frederick De Cordova)
(5:45 PM) (comedy) Some Like It Hot (1959/Billy Wilder)
(8:00 PM) (adventure) King Solomon's Mines (1950/Compton Bennett)
(10:00 PM) (adventure) She (1965/Robert Day)
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2020.04.19 15:09 Lulu_Altair Altaïr's Genlocke - Leg 1 : Blue - Part 2

Quick team recap :
Salazar - Ivysaur // Robbie - Pidgeotto // Molly - Nidoqueen // Glim - Butterfree // Billy - Geodude
Before challenging Misty, the team trains up to level 22. Salazar takes the lead in the water type gym, and destroys everything on our path. Misty doesn't stand a chance, and we leave the building with a new shiny badge. Time to head towards Vermilion City! Behind a messy house, a Team Rocket Grunt "gives" us a TM for dig, that Billy learns right away. On Route 5, I come across a level 12 Meowth.
Mimi joins the team!
On Route 6, a scout's Butterfree poisons and confuses Robbie, then lands a critical hit confusion. I feel helpless as I watch her HP fall to 0.
Goodbye, Robbie...
That one hurts. She was my first catch. But we have to keep going. On Route 6, there are no new pokémon available in the tall grass. I go to Vermilion City, get Rodrigue (the level 5 Spearow) out of the PC, and a nice fisherman gives me an Old Rod. Back to Route 6, I can finally find a new partner : it's a level 5 Magikarp.
Dawn joins the team!
Dawn replaces Mimi on the team. There is a lot of grinding ahead of us. We go to Route 11 to train. Our first encounter there is a level 13 Drowzee.
Zola joins the PC!
We defeat every trainer on Route 11, then get aboard the S.S. Anne. Dawn reaches level 15, then it's Rodrigue's turn to take the first spot on the team. Everything's going so well, I get confident. Cocky, even. I send a level 13 Rodrigue against a level 18 Machop, thinking he can land at least one peck. One critical hit karate chop later, and Rodrigue is out. One-shot by my foolishness.
Goodbye, Rodrigue...
I'm not that sad. Rodrigue was not a member of the team for very long, and I didn't get very attached. But I still feel guilty. What if it had been Salazar? Or Molly? It's a wake-up call for me. I need to be more careful. A spot has opened on the team, but I decide to focus on the current five members. We go back to a safe, quiet Route 6 to train Dawn.
Billy evolves into Graveler! Dawn evolves into Gyarados!
I teach Dawn Misty's TM, bubble beam. Now we're ready to get back on the S.S. Anne. We finish beating all the remaining passengers, and bump into Red on our way to see the captain. Dawn handles Red's team like a champ, she even one-shots his Raticate and his Charmeleon. The captain is in his cabin, seasick. I give him a few back rubs, and he gives me my first HM : cut! Salazar is the only one who can learn it, so he does. Bye bye tackle, hello cut! I have now access to Vermilion City's gym. Billy is at level 25 now, so it's a cake walk! We have our third badge! As a reward for his hard work, I allow Billy to evolve by trading him back and forth.
Billy evolves into Golem!
I go through Diglett's cave to get the HM for flash and catch a Diglett. But Dawn is too strong and one tackle kills our first encounter. She one-shots every single Diglett there, it's good training. I go back to Cerulean City, where I get a free bike, yay! I head east, to Route 9. No new pokémon here, but a few trainers (the weak kind). On route 10, our only possible catch is a level 14 Voltorb.
Norman joins the team!
He can learn flash, that's convenient. We go into the rock tunnel, and find a level 16 Zubat.
Aria joins the PC!
The rock tunnel is long, but not very dangerous. Every member of the team gets to train. In Lavender Town, we make a pit stop to put Norman in the PC and heal at the pokémon center. Then it's back on the road. On Route 8 I catch a level 15 Vulpix.
Kazan joins the team!
I am over the moon, a fire type, at last! And just before the plant type gym, too! I was beginning to worry, especially with both my flying types dead. Kazan, I will protect and cherish you. I make the tough choice to box Glim and train up Zola. I need a real psychic type on the team. That means I have a lot of work ahead of me to bring Kazan and Zola to the same level as the rest of my team (which is around level 27/28). Before I do that, I head into Celadon City. I buy a Fire Stone and a Thunder Stone, trade a bottle of water for the ice beam TM, and get a new addition to the team : a level 25 Eevee.
AC-DC joins the team!
He evolves with the Thunder Stone and I teach him thunderbolt with Lt. Surge's TM. I need to put someone in the PC, and I don't see the point of having two ground types on the team. I prefer Nidoqueen over Golem, but right now Molly doesn't know any ground type moves. Until I can get my hands on a good TM for her, Billy will stay on the team. Tomorrow, there will be a lot of grinding to start things off... but that's it for today.
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2020.03.24 20:18 jomiran "What If" (available for free in Prime Video) is a sweet and charming RomCom for those feeling blue right now.

Title pretty much covers it. It is definitely not an Oscar contender, but if you are feeling down, the witty banter and dry humor, combined with quirky characters and sweet awkwardness, makes it a pretty good choice during isolation.
Blurb:
"WHAT IF" is the story of medical school dropout Wallace (Daniel Radcliffe), who's been repeatedly burned by bad relationships. So while everyone around him, including his roommate Allan (Adam Driver) seems to be finding the perfect partner (Mackenzie Davis), Wallace decides to put his love life on hold. It is then that he meets Chantry (Zoe Kazan) an animator who lives with her longtime boyfriend Ben (Rafe Spall). Wallace and Chantry form an instant connection, striking up a close friendship. Still, there is no denying the chemistry between them, leading the pair to wonder, what if the love of your life is actually your best friend? The ensemble romantic comedy costars Megan Park and Oona Chaplin.
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2020.01.13 06:58 NastyaRo Need advice please.

My partner lives in Kazan while I live in the US at the moment. What services would you recommend to ship my iPhone and ipad to my partner? Im worried about it taking too long or being misplaced as they are very expensive. Thank you 😊
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2019.11.02 02:59 enghamzasalem Offering: Arabic , seeking: Russian or Tatar

Asalaam alycom, am Hamza Salem am looking for language partner to improve my Russian, I can teach you Arabic with an accent. plz if you are available let me know. This is my telegram @enghamzasalem Location : Kazan
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2019.10.08 06:14 GonkDroid5531 Collection For Sale!

For sale:
Core Set x2
Mirkwood cycle-hunt for Gollum-conflict at the carrock-journey to rhosgobel-hills of Emyn muil-dead marshes-return to Mirkwood
Kazan-Dum deluxe- redhorn gate-road to Rivendell-watcher in the water-the long dark-foundations of stone-shadow and flame
Heirs of Numenor Deluxe-encounter at Amon din-assault on osgiliath-the blood of Gondor-the morgul vale
Sagas-Over hill and under hill-On the Doorstep
Everything is in excellent condition! Only the first few quests have even been played through and both of the saga expansions and vast majority of the Against the shadow cycle are actually still in the plastic wrap.
Also included are vertical and horizontal laminated cardstock dividers for all packs as well as the rest of the sagas I don’t own and a few more cycles as shown in the pictures.
Additionally I have some fanmade quests printed off from BGG, modified tokens with files from BGG, a stack of proxies for the most used cards (Steward of Gondor, Gandalf, etc.), and all of the rules in page protectors in a binder.I do only have the 2 threat gauges included.
Very sad to see it go, but my main play partner moved away and I’m not much of a solo player. I’d rather it get the love such a good game deserves.
Selling as a set only! Thanks 🙂
$350 shipped to the CONUS, or maybe overseas if the buyer is able to pitch in a bit more for shipping.
Crossposted to the LOTRLCG Facebook group.
If you have any questions please ask!
https://preview.redd.it/r6ur3dvht8r31.jpg?width=960&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=4d764a9e051ce11a2ab53d1ae93b817de218556e
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2019.08.24 10:23 tombstoneshadows28 The complete Turner Classic Movies (US/E.S.T.) schedule for the month of September, 2019.

Sunday, September 01, 2019
(1:30 AM) Gunfight At The O.K. Corral (1957/123m/John Sturges)
(3:45 AM) There Was A Crooked Man (1970/123/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(6:00 AM) The Merry Widow (1934/99m/Ernst Lubitsch)
(7:45 AM) Meet John Doe (1941/123m/Frank Capra)
(10:00 AM) The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945/110m/Albert Lewin)
(12:00 PM) Lifeboat (1944/97m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(2:00 PM) Top Hat (1935/100m/Mark Sandrich)
(4:00 PM) Beyond A Reasonable Doubt (1956/80m/Fritz Lang)
(5:45 PM) The Searchers (1956/119m/John Ford)
(8:00 PM) Cape Fear (1962/106m/J. Lee Thompson)
(10:00 PM) A Kiss Before Dying (1956/95m/Gerd Oswald)
Monday, September 02, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Mating Call (1928/72m/James Cruze)
(2:00 AM) We All Loved Each Other So Much (1974/136m/Ettore Scola)
(4:15 AM) Scent Of A Woman (1974/103m/Dino Risi)
(6:15 AM) Sequoia (1934/71m/Chester M. Franklin)
(7:30 AM) The Great Meadow (1931/79m/Charles Brabin)
(9:00 AM) Them Thar Hills (1934/20m/Charles Rogers)
(9:30 AM) The White Tower (1950/98m/Ted Tetzlaff)
(11:15 AM) In Person (1935/87m/William A. Seiter)
(12:45 PM) The Treasure Of The Sierra Madre (1948/126m/John Huston)
(3:00 PM) The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness (1958/158m/Mark Robson)
(5:45 PM) The Charge of the Light Brigade (1936/115m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 PM) Fun and Fancy Free (1947/75m/William Morgan)
(9:30 PM) Donald’s Tire Trouble (1943/?m/Dick Lundy)
(9:45 PM) The Love Bug (1968/107m/Robert Stevenson)
(11:45 PM) The Happiest Millionaire (1967/159m/Norman Tokar)
Tuesday, September 03, 2019
(2:15 AM) The Art of Skiing (1941/?m/Jack Kinney)
(2:30 AM) Snowball Express (1972/99m/Norman Tokar)
(4:15 AM) The Hockey Champ (1939/?m/Jack King)
(4:30 AM) The Misadventures of Merlin Jones (1964/88m/Robert Stevenson)
(6:00 AM) Tarzan and the Huntress (1947/72m/Kurt Neumann)
(7:15 AM) Tarzan’s Desert Mystery (1943/70m/William Thiele)
(10:00 AM) Trog (1970/91m/Freddie Francis)
(11:45 AM) The Giant Behemoth (1959/80m/Eugene Lurie)
(1:15 PM) One Million B.C. (1940/81m/Hal Roach)
(2:45 PM) One Million Years B.C. (1966/100m/Don Chaffey)
(4:30 PM) The Valley of Gwangi (1969/95m/Jim O’Connolly)
(6:15 PM) When Dinosaurs Ruled The Earth (1971/100m/Val Guest)
(8:00 PM) No Way Out (1950/107m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(10:00 PM) The Blackboard Jungle (1955/101m/Richard Brooks)
Wednesday, September 04, 2019
(12:00 AM) Edge of the City (1957/85m/Martin Ritt)
(1:30 AM) Something Of Value (1957/113m/Richard Brooks)
(3:30 AM) Band Of Angels (1957/127m/Raoul Walsh)
(5:45 AM) Good-Bye, My Lady (1956/95m/William A. Wellman)
(7:30 AM) The Private Life Of Henry VIII (1933/94m/Alexander Korda)
(9:15 AM) Street Scene (1931/79m/King Vidor)
(10:30 AM) The Prisoner of Zenda (1937/101m/John Cromwell)
(12:30 PM) Dodsworth (1936/101m/William Wyler)
(2:15 PM) A Star Is Born (1937/111m/William A. Wellman)
(4:15 PM) Of Mice and Men (1939/106m/Lewis Milestone)
(6:15 PM) Scarface (1932/94m/Howard Hawks)
(8:00 PM) Broken Blossoms (1919/89m/D.W. Griffith)
(9:45 PM) The Love Light (1921/89m/Frances Marion)
(11:30 PM) The Three Musketeers (1921/120m/Fred Niblo)
Thursday, September 05, 2019
(1:45 AM) The Gold Rush (1925/89m/Charles Chaplin)
(3:30 AM) The General (1927/75m/Buster Keaton)
(4:45 AM) Sadie Thompson (1928/94m/Raoul Walsh)
(6:30 AM) A Way in the Wilderness (1940/10m/Fred Zinnemann)
(6:45 AM) The Southerner (1945/93m/Jean Renoir)
(8:30 AM) The Phenix City Story (1955/100m/Phil Karlson)
(10:15 AM) Intruder In The Dirt (1949/87m/Clarence Brown)
(11:45 AM) God’s Little Acre (1958/118m/Anthony Mann)
(1:45 PM) Baby Doll (1956/115m/Elia Kazan)
(3:45 PM) Ode To Billy Joe (1976/106m/Max Baer)
(5:45 PM) The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (1968/124m/Robert Ellis Miller)
(8:00 PM) Dr. No (1963/110m/Terence Young)
(10:00 PM) From Russia With Love (1964/115m/Terence Young)
Friday, September 06, 2019
(12:15 AM) Goldfinger (1964/110m/Guy Hamilton)
(2:15 AM) Thunderball (1965/130m/Terence Young)
(4:45 AM) You Only Live Twice (1967/117m/Lewis Gilbert)
(7:00 AM) The Cartoons of Winsor Mccay (compilation, 2014/112m/Winsor McCay)
(9:00 AM) Forever, Darling (1956/91m/ Alexander Hall)
(10:45 AM) Microscopic Mysteries (1932/9m/Hugo Lund)
(11:00 AM) Genocide (1968/84m/Kazui Nihonmatsu)
(12:30 PM) The Cosmic Monster (1958/72m/Gilbert Gunn)
(1:45 PM) The Wasp Woman (1960/61m/Roger Corman)
(3:00 PM) Highly Dangerous (1950/89m/Roy Ward Baker)
(4:30 PM) Them! (1954/92m/Gordon Douglas)
(6:15 PM) The Fly (1958/94m/Kurt Neumann)
(8:00 PM) The Freshman (1925/77m/Sam Taylor)
(9:30 PM) Horse Feathers (1932/67m/Norman McLeod)
(11:00 PM) Hold That Line (1952/64m/William Beaudine)
Saturday, September 07, 2019
(12:30 AM) Too Many Girls (1940/85m/George Abbott)
(2:15 AM) Private Property (1960/80m/Leslie Stevens)
(3:45 AM) The Shooting (1966/81m/Monte Hellman)
(5:15 AM) The Bottle and the Throttle (1965/10m/?)
(5:15 AM) Gang Boy (1954/27m/Arthur Swerdloff)
(5:15 AM) The Corvair In Action! (1960/6m/?)
(6:00 AM) The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964/99m/Arthur Lubin)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Old Mill Pond (1936/8m/Hugh Harman)
(8:10 AM) Spreadin’ The Jam (1945/10m/Charles Walters)
(8:21 AM) Seeing Ceylon (1953/8m/?)
(8:30 AM) Come On Danger (1942/59m/Edward Killy)
(9:30 AM) LOST CITY OF THE JUNGLE: Jungle Smash-Up (SERIAL) (1946/?m/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Bull Dozing The Bull (1933/6m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) Dig That Uranium! (1956/61m/Edward Bernds)
(11:30 AM) The Two Barks Brothers (1931/17m/Zion Myers)
(12:00 PM) The Black Swan (1942/85m/Henry King)
(1:30 PM) The Wild One (1953/79m/Laslo Benedek)
(3:00 PM) The Bridge On the River Kwai (1957/162m/David Lean)
(6:00 PM) Rooster Cogburn (1975/107m/Stuart Millar)
(8:00 PM) Sounder (1972/105m/Martin Ritt)
(10:00 PM) Bright Road (1953/68m/Gerald Mayer)
(11:30 PM) Goodbye, Miss Turlock (1947/10m/Edward L. Cahn)
Sunday, September 08, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Big Clock (1948/95m/John Farrow)
(2:00 AM) House of Usher (1960/79m/Roger Corman)
(3:30 AM) Ringo and His Golden Pistol (1966/87m/Sergio Corbucci)
(5:15 AM) MGM Is On The Move! (1964/36m/?)
(6:00 AM) The Blue Angel (1930/107m/Josef von Sternberg)
(8:00 AM) The Little Minister (1934/110m/Richard Wallace)
(10:00 AM) The Big Clock (1948/95m/John Farrow)
(12:00 PM) Anna Karenina (1935/93m/Clarence Brown)
(1:45 PM) The Lost Weekend (1945/101m/Billy Wilder)
(3:45 PM) A Place In the Sun (1951/122m/George Stevens)
(6:00 PM) The Subject Was Roses (1968/108m/Ulu Grosbard)
(8:00 PM) Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965/107m/Otto Preminger)
(10:00 PM) Blue Denim (1959/89m/Philip Dunne)
Monday, September 09, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Circus (1928/72m/Charles Chaplin)
(12:00 AM) Shoulder Arms (1918/38m/Charles Chaplin)
(12:00 AM) A Dog’s Life (1918/34m/Charles Chaplin)
(2:30 AM) Mysterious Object At Noon (2000/83m/Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
(4:15 AM) Close-Up (1990/98m/Abbas Kiarostami)
(6:00 AM) DuBarry Was A Lady (1943/101m/Roy Del Ruth)
(7:45 AM) Best Foot Forward (1943/94m/Edward Buzzell)
(9:30 AM) The Belle Of New York (1952/81/Charles Walters)
(11:00 AM) Good News (1947/93m/Charles Walters)
(12:45 PM) Babes In Arms (1939/96m/Busby Berkeley)
(2:30 PM) Summer Holiday (1948/93m/Rouben Mamoulian)
(4:15 PM) Take Me Out To The Ball Game (1949/93m/Busby Berkeley)
(6:00 PM) An American In Paris (1951/113m/Vincente Minnelli)
(8:00 PM) Heidi (1937/88m/Allan Dwan)
(9:45 PM) Emma (1932/72m/Clarence Brown)
(11:15 PM) Susan Lenox: Her Fall and Rise (1931/77m/Robert Z. Leonard)
Tuesday, September 10, 2019
(12:45 AM) The Younger Generation (1929/84m/Frank R. Capra)
(3:15 AM) Greed (1924/239m/Erich von Stroheim)
(7:30 AM) Fingers At The Window (1942/81m/Charles Lederer)
(9:00 AM) High Wall (1947/99m/Curtis Bernhardt)
(10:45 AM) The Mad Miss Manton (1938/80m/Leigh Jason)
(12:15 PM) Bedlam (1946/79/Mark Robson)
(1:45 PM) Signpost To Murder (1965/77m/George Englund)
(3:15 PM) Quo Vadis (1951/174m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(6:15 PM) Gaslight (1940/84/Thorold Dickinson)
(8:00 PM) A Raisin In The Sun (1961/128m/Daniel Petrie)
(10:15 PM) The Slender Thread (1965/98m/Sydney Pollack)
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
(12:00 AM) A Patch Of Blue (1965/105m/Guy Green)
(2:00 AM) Lilies Of The Field (1963/94/Ralph Nelson)
(3:45 AM) All The Young Men (1960/86m/Hall Bartlett)
(5:30 AM) The Long Ships (1964/126m/Jack Cardiff)
(8:00 AM) Topper Returns (1941/88m/Roy Del Ruth)
(9:30 AM) The Story Of G.I. Joe (1945/109m/William A. Wellman)
(11:30 AM) The Life and Death Of Colonel Blimp (1943/163m/Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger)
(2:15 PM) The Westerner (1940/100m/William Wyler)
(4:00 PM) The Great Dictator (1940/125m/Charles Chaplin)
(6:15 PM) Paths Of Glory (1958/88m/Stanley Kubrick)
(8:00 PM) 12 Angry Men (1957/96m/Sidney Lumet)
(9:45 PM) Sweet Smell Of Success (1957/97m/Alexander Mackendrick)
(11:30 PM) The Night of the Hunter (1955/93m/Charles Laughton)
Thursday, September 12, 2019
(1:15 AM) Marty (1955/90m/Delbert Mann)
(3:00 AM) Around The World In 80 Days (1956/182m/Michael Anderson)
(6:15 AM) Light In The Piazza (1962/101m/Guy Green)
(8:00 AM) The Horizontal Lieutenant (1962/90m/Richard Thorpe)
(9:45 AM) Where The Boys Are (1960/99m/Henry Levin)
(11:30 AM) Follow The Boys (1963/95m/Richard Thorpe)
(1:15 PM) Looking For Love (1964/83m/Don Weis)
(2:45 PM) The Honeymoon Machine (1961/87m/Richard Thorpe)
(4:15 PM) Come Fly With Me (1962/109m/Henry Levin)
(6:15 PM) When The Boys Meet The Girls (1965/97m/Alvin Ganzer)
(8:00 PM) On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969/140m/Peter Hunt)
(10:30 PM) Diamonds Are Forever (1971/120m/Guy Hamilton)
Friday, September 13, 2019
(12:45 AM) Live and Let Die (1973/131m/Guy Hamilton)
(3:00 AM) The Man With The Golden Gun (1974/125m/Guy Hamilton)
(5:15 AM) MGM Is On The Move! (1964/?/?)
(6:00 AM) Madame X (1929/95m/Lionel Barrymore)
(7:45 AM) The Lady Of Scandal (1930/76m/Sidney Franklin)
(9:15 AM) The Crash (1932/57m/William Dieterle)
(10:30 AM) The Rich Are Always With Us (1932/71m/Alfred Green)
(12:00 PM) Female (1933/60m/Michael Curtiz)
(1:15 PM) Frisco Jenny (1933/71m/William A. Wellman)
(2:45 PM) Lilly Turner (1933/65/William A. Wellman)
(4:15 PM) Journal Of A Crime (1934/65m/William Keighley)
(5:30 PM) Easy to Love (1934/61m/William Keighley)
(6:45 PM) Ladies They Talk About (1933/69m/Howard Bretherton)
(8:00 PM) That’s My Boy (1932/71m/Roy William Neill)
(9:30 PM) Over The Goal (1937/63m/Noel M. Smith)
(10:45 PM) The Big Game (1936/74m/George Nicholls, Jr.)
Saturday, September 14, 2019
(12:15 AM) Gridiron Flash (1935/64m/Glenn Tryon)
(1:30 AM) Saturday’s Heroes (1937/60m/Edward Killy)
(2:45 AM) Death by Invitation (1971/82m/Ken Friedman)
(4:15 AM) Witchboard (1987/91m/Kevin S. Tenney)
(6:00 AM) Courage of Lassie (1946/93m/Fred M. Wilcox)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Old Pioneer (1934/8m/Rudolf Ising)
(8:10 AM) Screen Actors (1950/9m/Hal Elias)
(8:19 AM) Seeing El Salvador (1945/9m/?)
(8:28 AM) Hi, Gaucho! (1936/59m/Tommy Atkins)
(9:30 AM) LOST CITY OF THE JUNGLE: Atomic Vengeance (SERIAL) (1946/?m/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Mutiny Ain’t Nice (1933/6m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:07 AM) Hold That Hypnotist (1957/61m/Austen Jewell)
(11:30 AM) A Thrill For Thelma (1935/18m/Edward L. Cahn)
(12:00 PM) The Long Voyage Home (1940/106m/John Ford)
(2:00 PM) Mogambo (1953/116m/John Ford)
(4:15 PM) Ride Lonesome (1959/73m/Budd Boetticher)
(5:45 PM) The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (1972/123m/John Huston)
(8:00 PM) Rashomon (1950/89m/Akira Kurosawa)
(9:45 PM) Throne Of Blood (1957/110m/Akira Kurosawa)
Sunday, September 15, 2019
(12:00 AM) Nocturne (1946/87m/Edwin L. Marin)
(2:00 AM) Duck Soup (1933/69m/Leo McCarey)
(3:30 AM) The Cocoanuts (1929/93m/Joseph Santley)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #25 (1955/29m/?)
(3:15 AM) The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter (1968/124m/Robert Ellis Miller)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #25 (1925/29m/?)
(6:00 AM) The Little Princess (1939/93m/Walter Lang)
(7:45 AM) That Hamilton Woman (1941/126m/Alexander Korda)
(10:00 AM) Nocturne (1946/87m/Edwin L. Marin)
(12:00 PM) The Philadelphia Story (1940/112m/George Cukor)
(2:00 PM) Summer Stock (1950/109m/Charles Walters)
(4:00 PM) A Shot In The Dark (1964/102m/Blake Edwards)
(6:00 PM) The Sunshine Boys (1975/111m/Herbert Ross)
(8:00 PM) Ulee’s Gold (1997/113m/Victor Nunez)
(10:15 PM) Easy Rider (1969/95m/Dennis Hopper)
Monday, September 16, 2019
(12:00 AM) Two Arabian Knights (1927/92m/Lewis Milestone)
(2:00 AM) Emitai (1971/101m/Ousmane Sembene)
(4:00 AM) Ceddo (1977/120m/Ousmane Sembene)
(6:00 AM) Confidential Agent (1945/118m/Herman Shumlin)
(8:15 AM) Blood Alley (1955/115m/William A. Wellman)
(10:15 AM) Designing Woman (1957/118m/Vincente Minnelli)
(12:30 PM) Sex and the Single Girl (1964/114m/Richard Quine)
(2:30 PM) To Have and Have Not (1944/100m/Howard Hawks)
(4:15 PM) The Big Sleep (1946/114m/Howard Hawks)
(6:15 PM) Key Largo (1948/100m/Key Largo)
(8:00 PM) The Wonderful Country (1959/98m/Robert Parrish)
(9:45 PM) Major Dundee (1965/136m/Sam Peckinpah)
Tuesday, September 17th, 2019
(12:15 AM) The Wild Bunch (1969/145m/Sam Peckinpah)
(3:00 AM) The Train Robbers (1973/92m/Burt Kennedy)
(4:45 AM) Rio Grande Patrol (1950/60m/Lesley Selander)
(6:00 AM) Five Star Final (1931/89m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(7:45 AM) In This Our Life (1942/97m/John Huston)
(9:30 AM) Angel Face (1953/91m/Otto Preminger)
(11:15 AM) Dead Ringer (1964/116m/Paul Henreid)
(1:15 PM) Flame Of The West (1945/71m/Lambert Hillyer)
(2:30 PM) The Big Stampede (1932/54m/Tenny Wright)
(3:30 PM) The Star Packer (1934/55m/R.N. Bradbury)
(4:30 PM) Prairie Law (1940/59m/David Howard)
(5:45 PM) Man From God’s Country (1958/72m/Paul Landres)
(7:00 PM) Land Beyond The Law (1937/54m/B. Reeves Eason)
(8:00 PM) To Sir, With Love (1967/105m/James Clavell)
(10:00 PM) Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967/108m/Stanley Kramer)
Wednesday, September 18, 2019
(12:00 AM) In the Heat of the Night (1967/110m/Norman Jewison)
(2:00 AM) The Bedford Incident (1965/102m/James B. Harris)
(4:00 AM) Appointment in Tokyo (1946/55m/Maj. Jack Hively)
(5:15 AM) Lilies of the Field (1963/94m/Ralph Nelson)
(7:00 AM) Yours, Mine and Ours (1968/111m/Melville Shavelson)
(9:00 AM) The Children's Hour (1961/108m/William Wyler)
(11:00 AM) The Miracle Worker (1962/107m/Arthur Penn)
(1:00 PM) Inherit the Wind (1960/128m/Stanley Kramer)
(3:15 PM) A Hard Day's Night (1964/87m/Richard Lester)
(5:00 PM) It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963/159m/Stanley Kramer)
(8:00 PM) The Pink Panther (1964/115m/Blake Edwards)
(10:00 PM) West Side Story (1961/154m/Robert Wise)
Thursday, September 19, 2019
(12:45 AM) Tom Jones (1963/122m/Tony Richardson)
(3:00 AM) Midnight Cowboy (1969/113m/John Schlesinger)
(5:00 AM) In the Heat of the Night (1967/110m/Norman Jewison)
(7:00 AM) Jewel Robbery (1932/68m/William Dieterle)
(8:15 AM) The Match King (1932/78m/Howard Bretherton)
(9:45 AM) The Purchase Price (1932/68m/William A. Wellman)
(11:00 AM) So Big (1932/81m/William A. Wellman)
(12:30 PM) A Successful Calamity (1932/72m/John G. Adolfi)
(2:00 PM) The House On 56th Street (1933/68m/Robert Florey)
(3:15 PM) The Working Man (1933/77m/John G. Adolfi)
(4:45 PM) Two Heads on a Pillow (1934/66m/William Nigh)
(6:00 PM) Angel on My Shoulder (1946/101m/Archie Mayo)
(8:00 PM) The Spy Who Loved Me (1977/125m/Lewis Gilbert)
(10:15 PM) Moonraker (1979/126m/Lewis Gilbert)
Friday, September 20, 2019
(12:30 AM) For Your Eyes Only (1981/127m/John Glen)
(3:00 AM) Octopussy (1983/131m/John Glen)
(5:15 AM) A View to a Kill (1985/131m/John Glen)
(7:30 AM) Matchless (1966/104m/Alberto Lattuada)
(9:30 AM) The Liquidator (1966/104m/Jack Cardiff)
(11:30 AM) The Defector (1966/100m/Raoul Lévy)
(1:30 PM) The Double Man (1967/105m/Franklin J. Schaffner)
(3:30 PM) To Trap a Spy (1964/93m/Don Medford)
(5:15 PM) Ice Station Zebra (1968/152m/John Sturges)
(8:00 PM) Jim Thorpe--All American (1951/105m/Michael Curtiz)
(10:15 PM) Knute Rockne: All American (1940/98m/Lloyd Bacon)
Saturday, September 21, 2019
(12:15 AM) Return to Campus (1975/100m/Harold Cornsweet)
(2:15 AM) Eating Raoul (1982/84m/Paul Bartel)
(3:45 AM) Private Parts (1972/86m/Paul Bartel)
(5:15 AM) Match Your Mood With Westinghouse (1968/6m/?)
(5:15 AM) Wonderful World of Tupperware (1965/29m/George J. Yarbrough)
(6:00 AM) The Animal Kingdom (1932/85m/Edward H. Griffith)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: Old Smokey (1938/8m/William Hannah)
(8:09 AM) Swing High (1932/10m/Jack Cummings)
(8:20 AM) Seeing Spain (1953/8m/?)
(8:29 AM) Gold Raiders (1951/56m/Edward Bernds)
(9:30 AM) JUNGLE QUEEN: Invitation to Danger (SERIAL) (1945/?m/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Goonland (1938/8m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:09 AM) Jinx Money (1948/68m/William Beaudine)
(11:30 AM) Who Killed Rover? (1930/15m/Jules White)
(12:00 PM) Young Mr. Lincoln (1939/100m/John Ford)
(1:45 PM) The Big Heat (1953/90m/Fritz Lang)
(3:30 PM) The Man with the Golden Arm (1956/119m/Otto Preminger)
(5:45 PM) To Kill a Mockingbird (1962/129m/Robert Mulligan)
(8:00 PM) Les Rendez-vous d'Anna (1978/128m/Chantal Akerman)
(10:30 PM) Hotel Monterey (1972/62m/Chantal Akerman)
Sunday, September 22, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Woman on the Beach (1947/71m/Jean Renoir)
(2:00 AM) The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934/76m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(3:30 AM) Sabotage (1936/77m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(5:00 AM) George Stevens: D-Day to Berlin (1994/46m)
(6:00 AM) Little Women (1933/115m/George Cukor)
(8:15 AM) Love Affair (1939/88m/Leo McCarey)
(10:00 AM) Woman on the Beach (1947/71m/Jean Renoir)
(11:45 AM) The Palm Beach Story (1942/88m/Preston Sturges)
(1:30 PM) It Should Happen to You (1953/87m/George Cukor)
(3:15 PM) Lolita (1962/?m/Stanley Kubrick)
(6:00 PM) Sleepless in Seattle (1993/105m/Nora Ephron)
(8:00 PM) State of the Union (1948/123m/Frank Capra)
(10:15 PM) Harvey (1950/104m/Henry Koster)
Monday, September 23, 2019
(12:15 AM) The Racket (1928/84m/Lewis Milestone)
(2:15 AM) Days of Being Wild (1991/95m/Poon Kin-Kwan)
(4:00 AM) Manila in the Claws of Light (1975/95m/Lino Brocka)
(6:00 AM) Down The Stretch (1936/66m/William Clemens)
(7:15 AM) The Devil Is a Sissy (1936/92m/W. S. Van Dyke)
(9:00 AM) Thoroughbreds Don't Cry (1937/80m/Alfred E. Green)
(10:30 AM) Love is a Headache (1938/73m/Richard Thorpe)
(12:00 PM) A Yank at Eton (1942/88m/Norman Taurog)
(1:45 PM) The Big Wheel (1949/91m/Edward Ludwig)
(3:30 PM) Quicksand (1950/79m/Irving Pichel)
(5:00 PM) A Slight Case Of Larceny (1953/71m/Don Weis)
(6:15 PM) 24 Hours To Kill (1965/92m/Peter Bezencenet)
(8:00 PM) CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion (2018/97m/Jenni Gold)
(10:00 PM) Freaks (1932/62m/Tod Browning)
(11:15 PM) The Bride Of Frankenstein (1935/75m/James Whale)
(12:45 AM) The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939/117m/William Dieterle)
(3:00 AM) Johnny Belinda (1948/102m/Jean Negulesco)
(4:45 AM) The Unknown (1927/49m/Tod Browning)
Tuesday September 24th, 2019
(6:00 AM) Crooks and Coronets (1969/105m/Jim O’Connolly)
(8:00 AM) A Fine Pair (1969/90m/Francesco Maselli)
(9:45 AM) Penelope (1966/98m/Arthur Hiller)
(11:30 AM) Too Many Crooks (1959/85m/Mario Zampi)
(1:00 PM) Once A Thief (1965/106m/Ralph Nelson)
(3:00 PM) 5 Against the House (1955/83m/Phil Karlson)
(4:30 PM) The Split (1968/90m/Gordon Flemyng)
(6:00 PM) Assault on a Queen (1966/106m/Jack Donohue)
(8:00 PM) The Organization (1971/108m/Don Medford)
(10:00 PM) Brother John (1971/96m/James Goldstone)
(11:45 PM) Buck and the Preacher (1972/103m/Sidney Poitier)
(1:45 AM) They Call Me Mister Tibbs! (1970/108m/Gordon Douglas)
(3:45 AM) A Warm December (1972/101m/Sidney Poitier)
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
(6:00 AM) The Last Metro (1980/132m/François Truffaut)
(8:15 AM) Being There (1979/130m/Hal Ashby)
(10:30 AM) The Great Train Robbery (1979/111m/Michael Crichton)
(12:30 PM) Fiddler on the Roof (1971/181m/Norman Jewison)
(3:45 PM) Hair (1979/121m/Milos Forman)
(6:00 PM) La Cage Aux Folles (1979/97m/Edouard Molinaro)
(8:00 PM) Rain Man (1988/133m/Barry Levinson)
(10:30 PM) The Long Goodbye (1973/112m/Robert Altman)
Thursday, September 26, 2019
(12:30 AM) Raging Bull (1980/129m/Martin Scorsese)
(3:00 AM) Coming Home (1978/122m/Hal Ashby)
(5:15 AM) The Landlord (1970/110m/Hal Ashby)
(7:15 AM) Anthony Adverse (1936/141m//Mervyn LeRoy)
(9:45 AM) Parnell (1937/118m/John M. Stahl)
(12:00 PM) The Earl Of Chicago (1939/87m/Richard Thorpe)
(1:45 PM) Dangerous Partners (1945/79m/Edward L. Cahn)
(3:15 PM) Bewitched (1945/65m/Arch Oboler)
(4:30 PM) She Went to the Races (1945/86m/Willis Goldbeck)
(6:15 PM) It's A Dog's Life (1955/87m/Herman Hoffman)
(8:00 PM) The Living Daylights (1987/130m/John Glen)
(10:30 PM) Licence to Kill (1989/133m/Arthur Wooster)
Friday, September 27, 2019
(1:00 AM) Goldeneye (1995/130m/Martin Campbell)
(3:30 AM) Tomorrow Never Dies (1997/119m/Roger Spottiswoode)
(5:30 AM) The World Is Not Enough (1999/128m/Michael Apted)
(8:00 AM) Valley Of The Kings (1954/86m/Robert Pirosh)
(9:30 AM) Mummy’s Boys (1936/68m/Fred Guiol)
(10:45 AM) Land of the Pharoahs (1955/104m/Howard Hawks)
(12:45 PM) Caesar and Cleopatra (1945/128m/Gabriel Pascal)
(3:15 PM) The Mummy’s Shroud (1967/90m/John Gilling)
(5:00 PM) Barbarian, The (1933/83m/Sam Wood)
(6:30 PM) The Mummy (1959/88m/Terence Fisher)
(8:00 PM) Good News (1947/93m/Charles Walters)
(10:00 PM) The Half-Back of Notre Dame (1924/16m/Del Lord)
(10:30 PM) So This Is College (1929/97m/Sam Wood)
Saturday, September 28, 2019
(12:30 AM) Eleven Men and a Girl (1930/72m/William A. Wellman)
(2:00 AM) Belladonna of Sadness (1973/87m/Eiichi Yamamoto)
(3:30 AM) Hausu (1977/88m/Nobuhiko Obayashi)
(5:00 AM) The Distant Drummer: Flowers Of Darkness (1972/22m/William Templeton)
(5:00 AM) Right Or Wrong? (1951/11m/?)
(5:00 AM) The Distant Drummer: A Movable Scene (1970/22m/William Templeton)
(6:00 AM) Zou Zou (1934/88m/Marc Allegret)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: Toyland Broadcast (1934/6m/Rudolf ising)
(8:07 AM) Trained Hoofs (1935/9m/David Miller)
(8:17 AM) Serene Siam (1937/9m/?)
(8:27 AM) Trouble In Sundown (1939/60m/David Howard)
(9:30 AM) JUNGLE QUEEN: Jungle Sacrifice (SERIAL) (1945/?m/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: A Date To Skate (1938/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) Crashing Las Vegas (1956/62m/Jean Yarbrough)
(11:30 AM) Women In Hiding (1940/22m/Joseph Newman)
(12:00 PM) The Outlaw (1943/116m/Howard Hughes)
(2:15 PM) Spartacus (1960/197m/Stanley Kubrick)
(5:45 PM) Absence of Malice (1981/116m/Sydney Pollack)
(8:00 PM) A Warm December (1972/101m/Sidney Poitier)
(10:00 PM) Magnificent Obsession (1954/108m/Douglas Sirk)
Sunday, September 29, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Harder They Fall (1956/109m/Mark Robosn)
(2:00 AM) It Came From Outer Space (1953/80m/Jack Arnold)
(3:30 AM) Riders To The Stars (1954/80m/Richard Carlson)
(5:15 AM) MGM Is On The Move! (1964/36m/?)
(6:00 AM) Rose Marie (1936/111m/W.S. Van Dyke)
(8:00 AM) The Hard Way (1942/109m/Vincent Sherman)
(10:00 AM) The Harder They Fall (1956/109m/Mark Robson)
(12:30 PM) His Girl Friday (1940/92m/Howard Hawks)
(2:15 PM) The Young Stranger (1957/84m/John Frankenheimer)
(3:45 PM) Dear Heart (1964/114m/Delbert Mann)
(5:45 PM) Running On Empty (1988/116m/Sidney Lumet)
(8:00 PM) For Whom The Bell Tolls (1943/165m/Sam Wood)
(11:00 PM) A Farewell To Arms (1932/89m/Frank Borzage)
Monday, September 30, 2019
(12:45 AM) Cleopatra (1912/88m/Charles L. Gaskill)
(2:30 AM) My Brilliant Career (1979/100m/Gillian Armstrong)
(4:15 AM) Mrs. Soffel (1984/112m/Gillian Armstrong)
(6:15 AM) I See A Dark Stranger (1946/112m/Frank Launder)
(8:15 AM) Black Narcissus (1947/101m/Michael Powell)
(10:00 AM) The Hucksters (1947/115m/Jack Conway)
(12:00 PM) King Solomon's Mines (1950/102m/Compton Bennett)
(1:45 PM) Tea And Sympathy (1956/122m/Vincente Minnelli)
(4:00 PM) Count Your Blessings (1959/102m/Jean Negulesco)
(6:00 PM) The Night of the Iguana (1964/118m/John Huston)
(8:00 PM) The Best Years Of Our Lives (1946/170m/William Wyler)
(11:00 PM) CinemAbility: The Art of Inclusion (2018/97m/Jenni Gold)
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2019.08.18 16:25 s_team337 Calm Before the Storm Progress Report 38: Here we go again (Second Russian Civil War part 1)

Hello, and welcome to Progress Report 38 for Calm Before the Storm. Today, we’ll be taking a look at the Second Russian Civil War (Part 1).
As the name implies, the Second Russian Civil War is a large, multi-tag project, so it will be split into multiple Progress Reports. If you are unfamiliar with the underlying concept, please see the Megathread on the subreddit (CBTSmod). The release schedule schedule is as follows:
All plans are, of course, subject to change. As you may have noticed, most of the schedule is based on geographical area.

Background:

The elimination of political opponents is not a new concept to Russia. The Tsarist Autocracy would capture radicals or other opponents, send them abroad, to Siberia, or kill them. Although some freedoms were given after the 1905 Revolution, these would be taken away during the Civil War. Lenin’s government enthusiastically implemented a policy of repression called the Red Terror (it is important to note that the White Army had a similar semi-official policy), in which political opponents - including civilians, enemy soldiers, or workers on strike - were massacred.
After the civil war, this policy would lead naturally to the GULAG - Glavnoye Upravlyeniye Ispravitelno-Trudovikh Lagerey (Main Administration of Forced Labour Camps). Although the office of the GULAG was formed under and disbanded after Stalin’s rule, such forced labour camps, which held “dissidents” (some were not truly guilty of anything) had existed before and continued to exist afterwards, although the system had peaked in this time period. These prisoners were used to carry out construction during the Five-Year Plans. Historians estimate the amount of deaths in these camps between 1930 and 1953 to be about 1.6 Million people, out of 18 million prisoners.
Purges in The Early USSR were far smaller than the Great Purge, and were aimed mostly at the Communist Party. Purges occurred in 1921, 1929, and 1932. However, most were simply expelled from the Party, dismissed from positions, yet not arrested, although arrests increased over time. These purges were officially meant to improve discipline within the Party, yet the latter two were also used to exacerbate the Class War that was underway at the time.
The Great Purge was a period in which Josef Stalin began a period of extreme repression triggered by factional concerns. Using the Assassination of Sergei Kirov (likely carried out by the NKVD) as pretext, the Secret Police arrested, tried, and then deported or executed over a million people. This involved Communist Party officials at all but the highest rank (occupied by Stalin), secret police operatives (including two chiefs), high-ranking officers, clergymen, inteligencia, peasants, and included genocidal actions as part of the NKVD’s Ethnic Operations. It is estimated that between 900,000 and 1.2 Million people died from the Great Purge.

Gameplay Background:

The Great Purge is covered in Progress Report 34, so please read that for details. But in short, the Great Purge starts in 1936 (and is railroaded), and gives the player two years to take about 30 decisions. The amount of decisions the player takes will affect the malus given at the end. As may be expected, more purging leads to a worse malus (of higher magnitude). Failing to complete the Great Purge leads to the civil war as follows:
General Andrei Vlasov (and some other officers, but the focus is on him) recognize that not all groups, whether they actually constitute a threat or not, have been left untouched. Now, whether he (Vlasov) knows this through official or unofficial channels, or if these groups actually exist or are mere rumor, or even outright fabrication, is unknown and irrelevant. It is only the perception that matters here. It is understood that there is historical precedence for Purges, both Great and Small. Logically, there is the possibility for another Great Purge. Again, whether there will or will not be another Great Purge is irrelevant. Vlasov and these officers now begin to fear for their lives. Although Vlasov himself participated in the Great Purge by handing out convictions, he understands that it likely will not save him next time around. Vlasov and these officers begin to conspire in order to save their own skins, though with a bit of Russian Nationalism (as was state policy, ironically) mixed into it. The Junta soon launches a Military Revolt, beginning the Second Russian Civil War.
Remember that Vlasov and the other officers revolt because they PERCEIVE danger for themselves, regardless of whether or not they are correct.

Why is the Civil War even necessary?

I’ve seen this concern a little bit, and I’d like to address it. The Civil War is meant to punish the player for failing the Great Purge in a way that properly introduces tension and gameplay. Although the player could in theory be punished by being forced through a complex event chains concerning factionalism, real or fake conspirators, and the like, event chains simply do not carry the same weight as an actual war, especially in a game mechanically-based on war.

Actual Gameplay:

Once the Civil War triggers, the player will have the choice of either continuing to play as the USSR or Vlasov’s Revolt.

USSR:

The Civil War immediately gives two national spirits to the USSR. The first, “Second Russian Civil War”, represents the disorganization of the military due to the war. The second, “Disloyal Military”, represents the (largely conscripted) military’s distaste for the civil war, and now that there is a viable alternative, they will begin deserting and the like. However, depending on your political choices, this can be mitigated.
There is also another danger: Stalin can die early in the civil war. Whether he dies or survives is entirely random, as is the manner of his death. There is one opportunity for him to survive, and three for him to die.

Stalin’s Political Tree:

Unlocking this tree is dependent on Stalin’s survival. The first part of the tree allows the USSR to begin with Nationalist Propaganda and anti-”espionage” measures. Once these focuses are complete, the USSR will then be able to begin a new Red Terror; one that is explicitly more organized than in the first Civil War. As the first description made clear, Stalin feels entirely justified in the Purge, and will feel entirely justified in continuing. Note that all four Purge focuses will extend the duration of the Renewed Purges spirit if you already have it, for a total of 400 days. Stalin has the choice of either Purging the Bureaucracy or trying to kill factionalism at the source.
Stalin’s Death:
Should Stalin die, Mikhail Kalinin, Georgy Malenkov, and (if alive) Nikolai Bukharin will form a Troika. If Bukharin is dead, then Lazar Kaganovich will take his place. As the event says, the 19th Party Congress of the VKP(b) will be held in a month to choose a new General Secretary. Beforehand, however, the Army will ask to move against the NKVD. Either Refusing Zhukov or Stalin’s Survival will cause a Defection by the High Command. If the attack goes forward, then the NKVD will be effectively neutralized. This is required to get Zinoviev, Bukharin, or Zhukov as leaders. At this point, if they are still alive, some politicians and officers will begin calling for the release of Zinoviev and Kamenev. They had been in prison since 1934 as alleged conspirators in the assasination of Sergei Kirov. Refusing this will prevent Zinoviev from becoming General Secretary, and will also cause the defection.
The 19th Party Congress will then begin.
The three candidates are:
  • Georgy Malenkov: a figure close to Stalin, especially after the Second World War. It was widely thought that he would ascend to the position of General Secretary upon Stalin’s death. He is a Stalinist Hardliner and a Technocrat.
  • Grigory Zinoviev: a figure close to Lenin, and was a member of the Troika that formed upon the latter’s death. An Orthodox Leninist, he has no real theoretical innovations of his own, and will seek to restore order without Stalin’s excesses, but with a heavy measure of authoritarianism.
  • Nikolai Bukharin: Also close to Lenin, Bukharin is the Reformist Candidate. He seeks to bring a small measure of actual democracy to the country, and restore the Mixed Economy of the 1920’s to focus on consumer standard of living rather than sheer industrial output.
The congress itself features seven events that affect a slider variable. You cannot see this variable, but it is done so picking Pro-Zinoviev options moves you to the left (towards Zinoviev), Pro-Bukharin answers move you towards the right (towards Bukharin), and Pro-Malenkov answers towards the center (for Malenkov). This system is engineered to get Malenkov elected, as one would expect from a Hardline Stalinist government. For example, these two events show discussions of economic issues.
Once the Congress is finished, you will be informed of the results and will be able to go through the tree. If Georgy Malenkov takes the position of General Secretary, then he will have a leader portrait. Zinoviev and Bukharin will do the same.
Zinoviev’s Portrait
Bukharin’s Portrait
Troika Focus Tree:
On the left, we have the Zinovievite Portion. Of course, major reforms will not start until the Civil War is over, but some smaller ones can begin now. Zinoviev will start by reorganizing the bureaucracy. After beginning a Red Terror, strengthening the ideological convictions of the party and beginning propaganda with a similar theme, he will then move to destroy still-existing factions and try to deal with Nationalist Questions. “Admit Stalinist Excesses” is an important focus, as it helps heal the “Disloyal Military” National Spirit.
In the middle, we have the Hardline Stalinist section. Malenkov, instead of Expanding the Bureaucracy, can instead begin some Bureaucratic Purges, but not to Stalin’s level. After taking steps to move towards a technocracy and apologizing for Stalin (which helps make the military a little more loyal, though not by much), Malenkov will move to destroy rivals based on personal feelings, such as removing his arch-nemesis Andrei Zhdanov, and implementing Anti-Semtic Policy.
The Right side of the tree is the Bukharinist section. Bukharin’s tree fixes the “Disloyal Military” problem better than both Zinoviev and Malenkov, but this is dependent on your choices within the tree. Keeping your reforms minor does not solve the issue as much as beginning reforms immediately, but preempting reforms will take away a lot of political power. Bukharin also can try to introduce a new electoral law to allow a more democratic choice of government.
Economics:
The Economic tree is split into two sections. The option on the right is exclusive to Bukharin, while the left option is for the rest. Reinstating War Communism gives only one choice between the three rulers in question (Stalin, Malenkov, and Zinoviev). The rest of the tree is available to each. It is only “Internal Security”, “Technocratic Development”, and “Ideological Correctness” that are exclusive. This tree more or less emulates the Bolshevik Policy in the first Civil War. For example, after raising agricultural quotas, the USSR will be able to establish an absolute minimum on crop requisitioning. Otherwise, there is the usual rationing and factory construction/conversion. Not much is new here. Note that War Communist Agricultural policy WILL cause a famine. You are given advance warning before the famine starts. You can avoid the famine by ending the Civil War early. And you probably should.
In the meantime, Bukharin’s Tree is far different. Although he recognizes that War Communism provided a victory, any longer-term commitment to War Communist policies are unsustainable and provide negative long-term externalities. In short, he is going to try to build and produce without breaking everything. There is nothing very new in this tree either. I would like to mention the “Prodnalog”, or “Food Tax” that Bukharin places on the population instead of the “Prodrazyorstka”. The Food Tax was a NEP policy that was, as the name may suggest, paid in food rather than money. So **Bukharin does not cause a famine, but gets lower return when it comes to factories. His path is less powerful but far better in the long term.

Red Army Coup:

In the very rare case that the 19th Party Congress produces absolute deadlock, General Georgy Zhukov and other Red Army Officers will carry out a Military Coup. Georgy Zhukov will now be Head of State and Government.
Politics:
Now, Zhukov’s actual political sentiments are not known. The known fact is that he was strongly Anti-Stalinist. However, his feelings on the Post-Stalin USSR or Communism itself remain a mystery. Therefore, I have chosen to start him in a sort of center position: He’s still a Socialist, but not strongly committed to Leninism. From this point, he has three choices. “Working With Leninism” will add the Leninists to the coalition, but Zhukov will still try to further wrangle them into submission.
After the VKP(b) is effectively under military control, the issue of Terror must be dealt with. “Look the Other Way” will create some military terror, but special measures will be taken to prevent Pogroms regardless. On the other hand, demanding that your armies restrain themselves from terror will allow you to better make your military more loyal.
(Like Bukharin, this is done in parts). Zhukov is the best path to fix the Disloyal Military National Spirit. Going all the way with Reforms will allow you to reduce it to 60% of its initial level, compared to 90% with Malenkov, 80% with Zinoviev, and 70% with Bukharin. In the middle, choosing “Vague Commitments” will simply leave most political issues for later. You may have noticed that choosing this path unlocks less focuses. This is by design. The focuses it does have is shared with the Left and Right paths: You can choose you policy towards Stalinist Commanders and denounce Stalin.
“Repudiate Leninism”, on the other hand, is a reformist path that seeks to totally change the political landscape of the nation. This is the best path for fixing maluses, but costs a large amount of political power and stability. Zhukov will, in this case, also be able to introduce some freedom of expression.
Economics:
Although Post-War Economic Policy is not yet decided (in-game, that is. Zhukov will have a mixed economy). But Red Army war economic policy will be, as one may expect, a Military-Command Economy. Although some measures like collectivization will be ended, the economy will be militarized to meet the needs of the Civil War. Priority will be given to military industry, infrastructure, and resource refinement.

Military:

The military tree is shared by all possible governments. There really isn’t much to say here, but you generally should not need to improve the navy all that much. It is left as an option in case Western Powers get more involved, and you think that improving the navy is important.
Russia:
The main revolt is in the RUS tag, which starts with about 375k soldiers in 53 divisions. Now this seems like a lot (and it is), this is kind of necessary for a semblance of balance. The USSR still has about 3 times as many divisions as you do, but a skilled player should be able to hold them off, especially with the debuffs they will have. Politically, Russia starts under the command of General Andrei Vlasov. OTL, General Andrei Vlasov was a Soviet General until his capture by German Forces in 1942. During his capture, he, and several other Senior Officers defected to the Wehrmacht with the explicit goal of Liberating Russia from the Bolsheviks. Whether or not he was just saving his skin is up for debate, as Historian Kirill Alexandrov, and his university, concluded that the defectors were truly disillusioned with the USSR. Vlasov’s intentions are left to the reader as an exercise. Vlasov and other defectors were captured and put on trial. They were sentenced to death.
Gameplay: The ruling party, the Committee for the Liberation of the Peoples of Russia, was formed in 1944 OTL as part of collaboration with the Germans. Here, it is formed immediately in 1939. As you can see, the Vlasovists start with two national ideas:
Second Russian Civil War” gives recruitment bonuses, as well as bonuses to help fight the USSR. As you can see, they also suffer an organization penalty. “Unrecognized State” represents the lack of recognition that Vlasov starts with. This can be quickly dealt with in the focus tree.
You may have seen the Factionalism GUI in the light brown space. Clicking on the icon opens the Factionalism Screen. Some of you may have seen teasers where there are many factions available (on the left) instead of just the one. This is still the case, just the factions have not yet formed, as the relevant organizations have not yet returned. Emigres will begin to return every now and then, opening up new factions and giving you more coalition partners. The first to return is the ROVS. This opens up the monarchist faction. Now, not all of these give you so much manpower, soldiers, and whatnot. For example, the Trudoviks give relatively few bonuses.
Once all the parties have been either reformed and/or returned, then all the ideologies except for Leninist (for obvious reasons) and Fascist (which is dependent on the RFP; will be covered later) will be in your coalition. It also clearly affects popularity and influence. Popularity is the total popularity of the ideologies in the faction, and Influence is how politically influential they are. Influence is affected by focuses, events, and the buttons on the right, which will be covered shortly. If RUS wins the Civil War, then the faction with the Highest Influence will get in power. From top to bottom, the factions are The Socialist Revolutionaries, Liberal Democrats, KONR (already shown), Monarchists, and Black Hundredists. The Socialist Revolutionary Faction is dependent on the Left SRs not being purged. If the SR Faction does not form, the Right SRs will join the Liberal Democrats.
On the right, there are three buttons. On the left, Decrease Influence will decrease the influence of the faction currently on screen. Increase Influence on the right will do the opposite. As you can see, both cost 30 PP and are only available once every 90 days. This means that you cannot increase and decrease two factions’ popularity at the same time. You also cannot decrease Vlasov’s influence.
In the middle, Rally Supporters costs 50 PP and can only be done once every 150 days. This will increase the Relevant Faction’s influence, but also gives you 500 per Popularity Percentage. As the Liberal Democrats have 29% popularity, it would give you about 15k soldiers. This ability is powerful, but can only be used sparingly. However, it is not exclusive with the other two buttons.
Focus Tree:
The political focus tree should already be known to you if you’ve been in the community for the past month or so. Essentially, Vlasov will try and use the public’s resentment of the Bolsheviks to garner support by introducing small, but popular reform. He will take action against the Bolsheviks, and then allow some freedom of expression.
Once these smaller reforms have been completed, Vlasov will then have a choice. On the left, he can appoint a Liberal politician to manage a transition to Free Democracy. The government will then move to devolve political duties to the other parties at the municipal level before moving onto the county level.
The right-side path is more Authoritarian, and will attempt to strengthen the military bureaucracy. At the lower-middle, there are some more generic focuses. The first is a bit of a nationalist call-to-arms, the second frees some of the GULAG population.
Economic:
Economically, the Vlasovists will try and build a mixed economy: heavy industries and mineral resources will be in state hands, while the rest will be in private hands. KONR starts with decollectivization. Afterwards, you can begin with the rest of the tree.
There’s nothing new here. You build infrastructure, industrial and military factories, improve resource excavation, and buy Western Guns with the West’s money.
Military:
When it comes to improving your military, you can first make the choice to either use the Soviet Military Structure or move back to a more traditional Westernized structure. Afterwords, new infantry designs and new doctrines can be focused on. Once this is complete, then Russia can choose to keep with Mass Combat, move to Grand Battle Plan, or begin a Guerilla Campaign. Over time, the Guerillas will become experienced. After this decision is made, there are more focuses about developing those ideas further.
Foreign Policy:
Foreign policy is quite simple: You improve relations and get equipment from the UK, Poland, and Germany, and then choose an industrial partner. Note that the faction gaining influence depends on the ruling party of the power you are working with. As the United Kingdom starts Social Democratic, the Democrats will get influence. Afterwards, you can choose to work with either the French or Italians, and then either choose to improve relations with Finland, or attack them (but Russia has to be their neighbor for that). Afterwards, you can become recognized as an actor on the World Stage.
Other:
Other opportunities to change influence comes during the war, where if conditions are right, you can get these two events on repeat. As you may expect, different options give different groups influence. For example, choosing to to mess with decollevitization will increase Socialist and Liberal influence.

Additional Vlasovist Revolts (VLA Revolts):

In addition to Vlasov’s revolt in Southern Russia, three additional military revolts can spawn if the army is not purged enough. Note that either all three will spawn, or none will. The first is in the Far East. General Vasily Blyukher (who was purged OTL), will declare the Far East’s loyalty to the new Russia. Blyukher has the same “Second Russian Civil War” bonuses as Vlasov, but does not have the “Unrecognized State” malus. Instead, he is only a Regional Administrator. As you can see, he (and all the VLA revolts) will be allied to each other and Vlasov.
On the Volga, General Pavel Dybenko will launch a similar revolt of his own. With his headquarters in Kazan, he will start quite close to Moscow and Vlasov himself (in the bottom-left corner). Pavel Dybenko himself is known as a drunk and an incompetent barbarian. In fact, it was his command that burned the documents that proved the Bolsheviks were working for the German Empire. Dybenko’s barbaric treatment of civilians almost earned him a death sentence, but it was only the threat of mutiny by his troops that saved him. (He then left the Communists, joined the SRs, and then re-joined the Bolsheviks).
In Western Siberia, General Yan Gailit will declare a third revolt. General Gailit was, like Blyukher and Dybenko, also purged OTL (see the pattern?).
Focus Tree:
The three VLA revolts share a single focus tree, with three parts in it. The first two are Political and Economic. On the Left, the Political side features the arrest and trial of Bolsheviks in the area. This, as one could expect, does not go smoothly. Vlasov will also have something to say about that.
Afterwards, the districts will encourage recruitment, and apply standards of professionalism, except for Dybenko, who has something else in mind. After that, you get the choice to follow Vlasov’s lead and allow some plurality and freedom, or to keep a strong level of oppression.
However, I do personally encourage you to allow limited freedoms, as this gets you interesting flavor events. Each of the three VLA revolts gets a unique paper! Just note that they do not affect political paths at all. On the right side of the tree, you follow Vlasov’s lead on economics. Again, nothing new. After either the Economic or Political Sections are done, the Revolts can begin the Military Section.
Factions:
The VLA Revolts cannot influence factions in RUS as directly as Vlasov, but they can at least see the factional influence. Although as you have seen, things that happen in these territories can reflect - both poorly and positively - on Vlasov.

The Russian Fascist March:

The last factions representing Russia are the Fascists. The Russian Fascist Party was established in Harbin, Manchuria in 1931 with the explicit aim of establishing a Fascist Regime in Russia. An attempted merger with the Connecticut-Based All-Russian Fascist Organization (later the Russian National Revolutionary Party) went south due to disagreements over Anti-Semitism and collaboration with Conservatives and Foreign Powers.
Now, in the event of a Russian Civil War, whoever owns Harbin - or their Overlords - will get an event where the Fascists ask permission to march into Russia Proper. If everything else goes historically, then Japan will get this choice. Now, if Japan had friendly relations with the USSR, then there would be a third choice to block it. They are hostile to the USSR, so they always let the Fascists march. Soon after, the USSR will get an event alerting them of the march. Allowing the Fascists to march to the East will take them to Ussyrisk, right near Vladivostok.Allowing them to march to the Northwest takes them to Otpor, in Chita. In both cases, the Fascists start with four Cavalry divisions, three Infantry divisions, and two Blackshirt militia divisions.
Political Factions:
The Russian Fascist Regional Administration starts under the rule of the General Secretary of the Russian Fascist Party, Konstantin Rodzaevsky. Although OTL he was only ever known as the General Secretary, in this scenario he will take the title of Vozhak for himself. KR players might think that he would take the title of Vozhd, but Vozhd is Communist terminology, and thus would have the wrong connotations. After some time, Anastasy Vonsyatsky and his National Revolutionary Party will arrive to take part in government.
Once Vonsyatsky Returns, then all three factions will be unlocked. Note that both the RFP and VNRP represent both the FarAut and Fascist ideologies. The Russian Fascist Party is the main organization in this tag. It is built on the Italian model, but Rodzaevsky was a large supporter of Imperial Japan and Nazi Germany. Unlike the VNRP, Rodzaevsky is Anti-Semitic and is willing to cooperate with Conservative elements. The Cossacks, commanded by Ataman Grigory Semyonov, represent the Monarchist and Authoritarian factions, and generally represent Veterans and Conservatives. Finally, on the bottom, we have the National Revolutionaries, led by Anastasy Vonsyatsky. In addition to having his small faction, Vonsyatsky will be your interior minister. His faction is ideologically very close to the Manchurian branch of Fascists, but Vonsyatsky is not Anti-Semitic, and he considers the Conservatives to be a failed group.
Political Tree:
The political tree begins with the Fascists deciding on their propaganda strategy. The people of Russia are only really familiar with Fascism from Soviet Propaganda, so the Fascists seek to “correct” matters, so to speak. You can choose to focus propaganda on Ataman Semyonov, the Vozhak, or a balanced option. Now, while RFP is meant to be a regional administration, they act as an entirely separate state on the expectation that the Russians will rally around them rather than Vlasov. This is more or less a delusion. In that vein, they begin to establish a System of Vocational Representation on the Corporate model. There is also a choice to either establish official secularism, or make Orthodoxy the “state” religion. Vlasov won’t be too happy about that.
The Fascists, unlike the VLA revolts, will refuse to follow Vlasov’s lead, and implement anti-Marxist (and anti-Liberal) measures. After these are complete, you have to make one of the most important choices of the tree: tolerating the Jews. Vonsyatsky advocates for a Pro-Jewish position. Although there are not many Jews in the Far-East, Rodzaevsky - as many Anti-Semites - see them as an ever-present enemy.
Economics:
The RFP, like most other Fascist or Far-Right Movements, follow the doctrine of Corporatism. Corporatism is an economic structure where the economy is Collectively Planned by different sectors of the Economy. In Present Day, neo-corporatist structures can be found in the form of the Social Market Economies of Western Europe, but Fascist Corporatism is a direct descendent of Marxist Syndicalism. In Fascist Corporatism, the economy is managed by both Private Firms and Corporate Assemblies based on Vocational Representation. Although the Corporate Assemblies are part of the political tree, the establishment of a Mixed Economy on Fascist Principles is handled in the Economic Tree.
First, you will have to establish a Mixed Economy, followed by a National Trade Union. On the other side of the tree, you will begin Decollectivization, and establish Producerist Policies. This effectively means that capitalism is encouraged as long as it is engaged in manufacturing, and not speculation. After that, the tree is just the usual construction of Factories.
Military:
The military tree has one major choice, as was intended by the Italian Blackshirts and Nazi Brownshirts.
You may notice in these Focus Descriptions that some have territorial prerequisites. The Fascists start in one of two territories; one of which has a population of 12k, the other less than 5k. Coring regions are part of the Decision Category. Let’s go over this step by step. Coring regions is done when you have occupied either all (in the case of Chita and Primorye (Vladivostok)) or most of the territory. This allows the Fascists to actually utilize territory they occupy to gain strength. The Fascists can core the Transbaikal and Transamur Regions.
Another thing they can do is annex the other VLA revolts. Effectively, if the Fascists are neighbors of the relevant revolt, then they can annex it. The next measure the Fascists can take to build up strength is conscripting units. Such conscription can be enacted in most of the coreable states, and will provide, at most, 12 Blackshirt Militias and four Cavalry Divisions. Finally, the Fascists, once they have taken the Far East, can declare themselves to be the legitimate government of All Russia. Note that the AI will only do so if Vlasov is halfway to capitulation.
Vlasov’s Reaction:
When the Fascists first march out into Siberia, Vlasov will, of course, be informed. However, if there is a Major Left-Wing European country (SocDem and further left), then said country(ies) will feel uncomfortable about indirectly supporting Fascists. This was a very real problem during the First Civil War, in which Winston Churchill articulated to Marshal Denikin the incompatibility of British Support with Pogroms in Russia. Therefore, Vlasov has to make a choice. He can choose to accept the Fascists and alienate potential allies, accept Semyonov but ignore Rodzaevsky entirely (which gives the Cossacks more influence), or drop the Fascists as allies. The Fascists will not take kindly to this.

Full Trees:

The Full USSR 2RCW Tree
The Full USSR 2RCW Tree with Annotations
The Full RUS 2RCW Tree
The Full VLA Revolt 2RCW Tree
The full RFP 2RCW Tree

FAQ

The Kadets, Octobrists, and other Groups were disbanded and replaced by 1933, so why are they in the parties list?
These parties are specifically reformed, as the public is more familiar with them.
Why does Vlasov lead the revolt?
There’s simply nobody else to lead the revolt. Everyone is either too loyal, dead, or has already been made irrelevant (such as the Ryutin Affair or Trotsky’s exile).
Why isn’t Trotsky an option?
Trotsky’s supporters have already either died or become irrelevant. The best he can hope for is to be sent to Uzbekistan to manage a factory.
What happens to the VLA Revolts and/or Fascist Russia if the Vlasovists win?
They will automatically be annexed into the RUS tag.
Major Works Cited:
  • A Structure of Soviet History, Ronald Grigor Suny
  • International Fascism 1920-1945, Edited by Walter Laqueur and George Mosse
  • Russian Fascism: Traditions, Tendencies, Movements, Stephen Shenfield

Other Dev Credits:

  • Brammeke: GFX, GUI work
  • Cricket: Research
  • Indyclone77: GFX
  • Fbruchmeuller: Research
  • John Li: GFX
  • Jonny BL: GFX
  • Nameless Marshal: GFX
  • Urukukhai: GFX, research
  • Yellowone: GFX, Translations, Research

Rejected Titles:

  • Without Comrade Malenkov there would be no New Russia
  • Soviet focus trees repeat themselves, first as tragedy, second as farce
  • Vlasov! How many soldiers has he got? (No really how many)
  • What about a Civil War? We’ve already had it. We’ve had one, yes, but what about a Second Civil War?
  • Death of Stalin: 20 Years Early
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2019.07.21 19:50 assousa Climate change: UAE and Russia eye geopolitical and commercial mileage

By James M. Dorsey
A podcast version of this story is available on Soundcloud, Itunes, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, Spreaker, Pocket Casts, Tumblr, and Patreon, Podbean and Castbox.
Climate change, much like war, could prove to be a geopolitical and commercial gold mine. At least, that is the take of DP World, Dubai’s global port operator, and Russia’s sovereign wealth fund.
DP World is partnering with the fund, the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) to create an all-year round maritime sea route from Europe to Asia through the Arctic.
“Time is money in business and the route could cut travel time substantially more than traditional trade arteries for cargo owners in the Far East wanting to connect with Europe, coupled with benefits to the Russian economy,” DP World chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem told the Arab News.
In partnering with DP World, RFID brings to the table Rosatom, Russia’s atomic energy agency, which operates nuclear-powered ships that could ply the route, and Norilsk Nickel, a mining and commodities company.
Dubai and Russia are betting that climate change, which has dramatically shrunk the Arctic ice sheet in the past two decades, has made possible what eluded Europeans for centuries: ensuring that the Northeast Passage linking the Northern Atlantic with the Pacific is accessible all year round even if rail remains faster than carrying cargo by ship.
The commercial and geopolitical implications of all year-round passage are significant.
Beyond challenging the status of the Suez Canal as the foremost link between the Atlantic and the Pacific, the Artic route would grant Russia the one thing it has so far failed to achieve in its partnership with China: a key role in the transportation linkages between Europe and Asia that the People’s Republic is seeking to create with massive investment in its Belt and Road initiative.
That role would be bolstered by the fact that the Arctic route would cut the maritime journey from Northeast Asia from somewhere between 34 and 45 days through the Suez Canal to 23 days via the Northeast Passage.
“Because of global warming, there are some things happening that open some opportunities. Russia has this frozen coast all of the seasons. Now it’s opening up and it’s possible to navigate for nine months. When you have special ships, you can actually have 12 months navigation,” RFID CEO Kirill Dmitriev told the Saudi paper.
The partnership with Dubai gives a new laese on life to Russian aspirations to become a key node in Belt and Road linkages after Russia failed to persuade China Railway Eryuan Engineering Group (CREEC) to invest in converting the Trans-Siberian Railway into a high-speed link that would connect St. Petersburg with the Far East.
CREEC last year definitively dashed Russian hopes, declaring that the “the high-speed rail through Russia will never pay off.”
In a further setback, China simultaneously opted for an east-west road link through Kazakhstan after efforts to complete a Moscow-St. Petersburg highway as well as a ring road around the Russian capital and a Volga-Kazakhstan road stalled.
Frustrated with the lack of Chinese interest, state-run Russian Railways is itself investing heavily and reaching out to Japan to significantly increase freight traffic on the almost 9,300-kilometre-long trans-Siberian route.
The rail company aims to increase by a factor of 100 the number of containers transported from Japan to Europe from 3.000 last year to 300,000 and tonnage by 50 percent from less than 90 million to 180 million, according to Russian Railways first vice president Alexander Misharin.
Mr. Misharin told Nikkei that the investment, including US$745 million last year, involves laying double tracks, linking the railroad to seaports and automating the system.
Mr. Misharin was hoping to cooperate with Japan Railways Group to create a door-to-door cargo transportation system between Japan and Europe that would reduce transportation time to at most 19 days. He said the Russian rail company was looking at building logistics centres with Japanese trading firm Sojitz.
Upgrading the Trans-Siberian Railway would significantly bolster Russia’s geography as a key bridge in the emergence of Eurasia, the gradual integration of Europe and Asia that ultimately would erase the seemingly artificial division of one landmass into two continents.
It would also significantly facilitate linking the railway to the Belt and Road by making it financially feasible.
That is less far-fetched with China Railway International Group lending Russia US$6.2 billion for the construction of a 790-kilometre long Moscow-Kazan high speed rail line, envisioned as the first phase of a link between the Russian capital and Beijing that would cut travel between the two cities to two days.
To secure the loan, Russia agreed to use Chinese technology and construction equipment.
Russia has also expressed interest in linking its Trans-Siberian Railway to the Chinese-controlled Pakistani port of Gwadar, a Belt and Road crown jewel.
Russia is betting that the combination of the Northeast Passage and upgraded Trans-Siberian rail links would make its positioning as a transit hub significantly more attractive.
That is true even though the Northeast Passage is too shallow for giant box ships that traverse the Suez Canal and lacks the kind of ports capable of accommodating those vessels. The Passage is likely to see primarily smaller container ships.
One way or the other, DP World, expecting to operate ports that Russia plans to build along an Arctic route, would emerge a winner by expanding its global footprint. “We were always missing Russia. Russia is a link,” DP World’s Mr. Sulayem said.
Said Russian shipping giant Sovcomflot CEO Sergey Frank: “Trade is growing and there is space for everybody. If the cargo originates in the south part of China, it will go through the Suez. If it originates in Northern China, the NSR (Northern Sea Route) will be seriously considered. Cargo will always find the fastest way to move.”
Dr. James M. Dorsey is a senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, an adjunct senior research fellow at the National University of Singapore’s Middle East Institute and co-director of the University of Wuerzburg’s Institute of Fan Culture.
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2019.07.16 05:38 shitizsrivastava Rd#11 Why a film director has to be a Good reader?

Reading books is a must. There is no denying the fact.
Every story you have heard about people showing up or being in the right place at the right time have one thing in common.
They are wrong and made up.
They eliminate the part where they were desperate, weak and were ready to do anything to get the job and start their stories right from where they got the job.
All those stories are hearsay which you hear from fellow struggling actors and wannabe directors.
Knowing inside stories constitutes one of the most interesting parts of the experience in the film industry and at times makes you passionate and motivate you towards cinema.
Don’t believe in hearsay. That is just random talk done to soothe your mind and it does not affect anything.
To get some verified data, try reading books.
Every great man in history has more or less been a good reader.
If you want to be a film director, a good one, then you have to be a reader.
How else you think you are going to read all those scripts and find the best one from it?
If you are not a good reader then you might end up becoming a director but not a very great one.
I have met directors who don’t even read the scripts.
They rely on their assistants to narrate them the scenes so that they can shoot it. I wonder how they started their career.
It’s either they have good connections or long assistant career.
Do you think they will make good directors?
Never.
Most of these directors are in TV field in which good content does not matter.
Since filmmaking is a specialized field so they never end up becoming a film director because filmmaking requires more meticulous preparation.
Hundreds of hours of writing, reading and re-reading go in before a good film turns out to be good.
I once interviewed the DOP of Rajkumar Hirani, C.K. Muralitharan.
He told me that Rajkumar Hirani and his writing partner Abhijat Joshi goes through more than 300 re-reading and drafting of the same script to make sure there is no fault or loophole in the script.
I believe that if someone goes through that much amount of hard work in making their movies then their films are ought to be a super hit.
None of the films of Hirani is a flop, leave flop, they are all blockbusters.
But why do you need to read books on filmmaking?
  1. To know how others made their films and approached filmmaking?
  2. To know what mistakes other filmmakers did and how you can avoid them.
  3. To know more about films, shot taking, direction and writing.
Being part of any profession there is one thing that everyone must never forget —
The learning should never stop.
Just because you are out of film school or you have managed to make your first film does not mean that you have learned everything about cinema.
Cinema is an art form that has age beyond 100 years now.
There are things that you don’t know and there are things knowing which will make your films not only better but great.
I remember reading books on scriptwriting during my college days because I was interested in filmmaking.
There was a website called Passion for Cinema which would publish film scripts for its readers to read.
I would download them, take their printouts and read then, again and again, to understand how that script was written. Most of those scripts were from Anurag Kashyap.
There is a book by Syd field called “Screenplay: The foundation of Screenwriting” which is considered one of the best books on screenwriting which with the help of a screenplay of Chinatown makes you understand how the story should be written. According to him, the screenplay of Chinatown is one of the greatest screenplays written and he is right about it.
For a filmmaker, you must develop a habit of reading screenplays. They are ubiquitously available on the internet.
Download them and put them into your Kindle, iPad or laptop or whatever gadget you have and start reading them as soon as possible.
Before making The Shining, Stanley Kubrick couldn’t find any book or concept worth devoting his time and talent into.
In his biography written by his assistant, the author narrates how Kubrick would sit in his room entire day and keep reading new books till he found this book by Stephen King called The Shining and decided that it is going to be his next film.
I was once doing an ad film with Anurag Kashyap and one thing I noted about him was that he was continuously reading books throughout the shoot. He would always manage to find time between film direction and read books.
Ever wondered why the great and successful people are not much active on the internet.
It is because they are busy reading books to gather more knowledge and hone their skills.
Reading books gives you more visualization than watching a documentary on the same thing. Visualization is something which is a cornerstone of success for any director.
My biggest asset while reading books was that I got to know that nothing is easy in this world and everything takes its own due course of time.
Some filmmakers start early while some filmmakers start late to make their films.
Ang Lee struggled for six years from age 30 to 36. He was unemployed and kept working on his screenplays and kept polishing them. He submitted his screenplays to few Festivals and won some awards, which further led him to make his films.
The biographies had taught me a lot about film directors, their life, their struggle, their methods and their persistence to make a film.
Some of the best biographies to read are from Satyajit Ray, Andrei Tarkovsky, Kieslowski, Ritwik Ghatak, Martin Scorsese, James Cameron, Steven Spielberg, Robert Rodriguez among others.
You cannot experience everything on film sets and not everyone in the film line will sit with you, help you, guide you in becoming what you want to become.
You need mentors in life. Mentors help you guide in a certain direction and help you show you the way. Books will do the same for you.
Now coming to the practical aspects of how books can help you apart from developing your personality.
When you will be in the film industry people will talk to you about films and if you don’t know anything about the film industry it shows that you are there merely for superficial glamour purposes.
When I first went to Mumbai, I had read hundreds of blogs on filmmaking, read myriads of books and had seen thousands of films so when my first interview happened, I passed it with flying colours. Not only that, I impressed them all.
There were times when I was fortunate to sit with known filmmakers and get to talk to them. Since most of the people at the top of the film industry are avid film buffs and book readers, they were interested in talking to me about cinema theories, philosophies and how it evolved only because I had read so many books, had several anecdotes and trivia to tell.
So many times, it happened with me that due to my borrowed understanding of film writing from books I was given a chance to read scripts and give feedback based on that.
I knew about script structures and everything about them in details and a hundred percent of those times my analysis of the scripts solved their problems and they would keep calling me again and again. Later I started charging money for that. So, can you imagine, reading books helped me developed another source of living? I am not boasting about my skills here as none of this is a natural talent. I had to read numerous books and devote several hours to reach tot his point.
Book also taught me a lot about set blocking. I read a few books on the direction which I researched a lot on blocking of Alfred Hitchcock, who was a master of camera blocking and how the characters move on the screen. So imagine if you go on sets and you see a director setting the actor movements and blocking actors with respect to the camera. A normal person would be clueless about everything but if you had basic, even theoretic knowledge about set blocking, trust me, within two days you will become a pro at it.
The core foundation of developing any art is researching as much about it as possible and then explain it to someone else. If he understands it then you have done a good job. This is not me but Nobel Prize-winning Scientist and Theoretical physicist Feynman who said this.
You need to know how the art has evolved over time. It is not wise to start from beginning and makes the same mistakes that people before you had already made.
One of the best books that you can lay your hand on right now is How to read films. I borrowed the book from someone and I had finished it two times as I loved it so much. This book touches upon pretty much every topic within cinema, be it history, technique, film theory or whatnot.
You should start from reading biographies because they are light to read and then move on to the books which are technical, about art, have philosophy inside it and then read every book that comes near to your Goal.
Reading books gives you the inspiration that you can also do it. It motivates you to go ahead and do it rather than sitting on your ass and brooding how you are going to do it.
While, on one hand, The autobiography of Robert Rodriguez, A Rebel without a Crew, inspired me that I can make my own film in very less money, on the other hand, the biography of James Cameron told me that hard work always pays and if you work really hard to achieve your dream, you can get anything in life.
Reading screenplays taught me how the script must have been first read and then watching the movie on it made me imagine how and what must be going on sets to make those scenes alive. Scenes on paper are nothing but dead words which are made alive by the efforts of the film director, actors and another crew.
I realized my own screenplay style while reading those screenplays. For example, some writers write screenplays in a detailed amount of descriptions (James Cameron) while some writers (Aaron Sorkin) doesn’t write much in the description but are masters of dialogue.
Reading books about filmmaking also separates you from other people who don’t know what goes behind the screen. More than that whenever you will be on sets, you won’t be alien to the majority of things.
The biographies of film directors make you go inside their mind and then you will better understand what was going inside their minds while shooting a particular scene.
While reading the acclaimed director Ritwik Ghatak biography, I realized how great he was. He narrates a scene from his magnum opus Megha Dhake Tara. In that scene, a woman who is tormented from all sides is sitting with her lover. He is about to ditch her and there is the sound of whiplash you hear in the background.
At first, when I saw the film I didn’t notice anything but it affected me. After reading the book I again saw the film and witnessed the scene from another dimension, from the eyes of the director and understood it better.
First time I watched the film from my perspective and the next time I saw it from the perspective of the film director and it educated me with many things which I missed the first time.
Any scene in any film is an amalgamation of visuals, sound, art, acting, editing, camera and hundreds of other things which we feel but are not obvious to us so sometimes you have to get inside the minds of director to understand his film.
I am not just talking about art films but I am also talking about Commercial films where directors often shoot scenes expecting a different effect on the minds of the audience but the audience understands them in a different manner.
Here is a list of books you must begin reading with -
  1. In the Blink of an Eye by Walter Murch
  2. Shooting to Kill by Christine Vachon
  3. On Directing Film by David Mamet
  4. Story: Substance, Structure, Style and The Principles of Screenwriting by Robert McKee
  5. The Filmmaker’s Handbook, 3rd Edition by Steven Ascher & Edward Pincus
  6. Down and Dirty Pictures: Miramax, Sundance, and the Rise of Independent Film by Peter Biskind
  7. The 5 Cs of Cinematography: Motion Picture Filming Techniques by Joseph V. Mascelli
  8. The Techniques of Film Editing by Karel Reisz
  9. Directing: Film Techniques & Aesthetics
  10. How to Shoot a Feature Film for Under $10,000
Here is a list of biographies you must read
  1. Rebel Without a Crew by Robert Rodriguez
  2. Something like an autobiography by Akira Kurosawa
  3. Adventures in the Screen Trade by William Goldman
  4. Kazan on Directing by Elia Kazan
  5. Spike Lee’s Gotta Have It, by Spike Lee
  6. The Magic Lantern, by Ingmar Bergman
  7. Sculpting in Time, by Andrey Tarkovsky
  8. Speaking of Films, by Satyajit Ray
  9. Jean-Luc Godard — Godard on Godard
  10. Luis Buñuel — My Last Sigh
Here is a list of screenplays should begin reading with.
  1. Casablanca
  2. Psycho
  3. Chinatown
  4. The Godfather
  5. American Beauty
  6. Memento
  7. Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind
  8. The Sting
  9. Pulp Fiction
  10. 12 Angry Men
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2019.05.28 16:14 tombstoneshadows28 The complete daily schedule for Turner Classic Movies (U.S., E.S.T.) for the month of June, 2019

Saturday, June 01, 2019
(12:15 AM) Day For Night (1973/116m/François Truffaut)
(2:30 AM) Dirty Mary, Crazy Larry (1974/93m/John Hough)
(4:15 AM) Outlaw Blues (1977/100m/Richard Heffron)
(6:00 AM) Small Town Girl (1936/106m/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: A Rainy Day (1940/7m/Hugh Harman)
(8:09 AM) Let's Dance (1936/8m/David Miller)
(8:18 AM) Glimpses of Australia (1939/9m/?)
(8:28 AM) Stage to Chino (1940/59m/Edward Killy)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Wave Length for Doom (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Protek the Weakerist (1937/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon Out West (1944/64m/William Clemens)
(11:30 AM) Men of the Sky (1942/20m/B. Reeves Eason)
(12:00 PM) Tulsa (1949/88m/Stuart Heisler)
(1:45 PM) Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956/113m/Robert Wise)
(3:45 PM) The Misfits (1961/125m/John Huston)
(6:00 PM) The Gumball Rally (1976/105m/Chuck Bail)
(8:00 PM) West Side Story (1961/154m/Robert Wise)
(10:45 PM) Violent Playground (1958/106m/Basil Dearden)
Sunday, June 02, 2019
(12:00 AM) The Asphalt Jungle (1950/112m/John Huston)
(2:00 AM) Vanishing Point (1971/99m/Richard C. Sarafian)
(4:00 AM) Three (1969/105m/John J. Sughrue)
(6:00 AM) The Young in Heart (1938/91m/Richard Wallace)
(7:45 AM) Madame Curie (1943/124m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(10:00 AM) The Asphalt Jungle (1950/112m/John Huston)
(12:00 PM) Love Affair (1939/88m/Leo McCarey)
(1:45 PM) Now, Voyager (1942/117m/Irving Rapper)
(4:00 PM) Rhapsody (1954/116m/Charles Vidor)
(6:00 PM) Light In The Piazza (1962/101m/Guy Green)
(8:00 PM) That Night in Rio (1941/91m/Irving Cummings)
(10:00 PM) You Can't Have Everything (1937/100m/Norman Taurog)
(12:00 AM) The Better 'Ole (1926/95m/Charles Reisner)
(2:00 AM) The Cars That Ate Paris (1974/88m/Peter Weir)
(3:45 AM) The Plumber (1979/78m/Peter Weir)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
Monday, June 03, 2019
(6:00 AM) Repent at Leisure (1941/66m/Frank Woodruff)
(7:15 AM) Housewife (1934/69m/Alfred E. Green)
(8:30 AM) Let's Try Again (1934/67m/Worthington Miner)
(9:45 AM) Their Own Desire (1929/65m/E. Mason Hopper)
(11:00 AM) Age of Indiscretion (1935/78m/Edward Ludwig)
(12:30 PM) Man On Fire (1957/95m/Ranald MacDougall)
(2:15 PM) Wednesday's Child (1934/68m/John Robertson)
(3:30 PM) Divorce In The Family (1932/81m/Charles F. Riesner)
5:00 PM) Child of Divorce (1947/62m/Richard O. Fleischer)
(6:15 PM) One is a Lonely Number (1972/97m/Mel Stuart)
(8:00 PM) Pandora's Box (1928/133m/G. W. Pabst)
(10:30 PM) The Little Princess (1939/93m/Walter Lang)
Tuesday, June 04, 2019
(12:15 AM) Rebel Without a Cause (1955/111m/Nicholas Ray)
(2:15 AM) Gilda (1946/110m/Charles Vidor)
(4:15 AM) Breathless (1960/90m/Jean-Luc Godard)
(6:00 AM) Viva Las Vegas (1964/85m/George Sidney)
(7:30 AM) Zou Zou (1934/Marc Allegret)
(9:15 AM) The Night of the Hunter (1955/93m/Charles Laughton)
(11:00 AM) The Curse of Frankenstein (1957/83m/Terence Fisher)
(12:30 PM) Horror of Dracula (1958/81m/Terence Fisher)
(2:00 PM) Our Mother's House (1967/105m/Jack Clayton)
(4:00 PM) The Woman In White (1948/109m/Peter Godfrey)
(6:00 PM) The Haunting (1963/112m/Robert Wise)
(8:00 PM) Woodstock: The Director's Cut (1970-1994/224m/Michael Wadleigh)
Wednesday, June 05, 2019
(12:00 AM) Easy Rider (1969/95m/Dennis Hopper)
(1:45 AM) Bed Sitting Room (1969/91m/Richard Lester)
(3:30 AM) The Big Cube (1969/98m/Tito Davison)
(5:30 AM) Keep Off The Grass (1969/21m/Ib Melchior)
(6:00 AM) Westward the Women (1951/116m/William A. Wellman)
(8:00 AM) Wicked Woman (1934/73m/Charles Brabin)
(9:15 AM) High Wall (1947/99m/Curtis Bernhardt)
(11:00 AM) Conspirator (1949/87m/Victor Saville)
(12:30 PM) Undercurrent (1946/116m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:30 PM) Johnny Eager (1942/107m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(4:30 PM) Escape (1940/98m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(6:15 PM) A Yank at Oxford (1938/105m/Jack Conway)
(8:00 PM) Holiday in Mexico (1946/128m/George Sidney)
(10:15 PM) Three Daring Daughters (1948/115m/Fred M. Wilcox)
Thursday, June 06, 2019
(12:30 AM) A Date With Judy (1948/113m/Richard Thorpe)
(2:30 AM) Luxury Liner (1948/98m/Richard Whorf)
(4:15 AM) The Affairs of Martha (1942/67m/Jules Dassin)
(5:30 AM) In Which We Serve (1942/115m/Noel Coward)
(7:30 AM) Screaming Eagles (1956/81m/Charles Haas)
(9:00 AM) Breakthrough (1950/91m/Lewis Seiler)
(11:00 AM) Fighter Squadron (1948/95m/Raoul Walsh)
(1:00 PM) 36 Hours (1964/115m/George Seaton)
(3:15 PM) Dunkirk (1958/135m/Leslie Norman)
(5:45 PM) The Battle Of Britain (1969/132m/Guy Hamilton)
(8:00 PM) The Longest Day (1962/178m/Andrew Marton)
(11:15 PM) Overlord (1975/83m/Stuart Cooper)
Friday, June 07, 2019
(1:00 AM) A Bridge Too Far (1977/176m/Richard Attenborough)
(4:00 AM) Battleground (1949/119m/William Wellman)
(6:15 AM) Attack (1956/108m/Robert Aldrich)
(9:00 AM) The Last of Mrs. Cheyney (1937/98m/Richard Boleslawski)
(11:00 AM) The Law and the Lady (1951/104m/Edwin H. Knopf**
1:00 PM) Satan Met A Lady (1936/74m/William Dieterle)
(2:30 PM) The Maltese Falcon (1941/100m/John Huston)
(4:15 PM) To Have and Have Not (1944/100m/Howard Hawks)
(6:00 PM) The Breaking Point (1950/97m/Michael Curtiz)
(7:45 PM) So You Want to Play the Horses? (1946/11m/Richard Bare)
(8:00 PM) Alice Adams (1935/99m/George Stevens)
(10:00 PM) The Magnificent Ambersons (1942/88m/Orson Welles)
(11:45 PM) On Moonlight Bay (1951/95m/Roy Del Ruth)
Saturday, June 08, 2019
(2:00 AM) Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things (1971/95m/Thomas Casey)
(3:45 AM) Whoever Slew Auntie Roo? (1971/89m/Curtis Harrington)
(5:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
(6:00 AM) Young Man With a Horn (1950/112m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Rookie Bear (1941/8m/Rudolf Ising)
(8:10 AM) Bone Crushers (1933/8m/Ward Wing)
(8:19 AM) Glimpses of Argentina (1952/8m/?)
(8:28 AM) Road Agent (1952/60m/Lesley Selander)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: The Pit of Pendrang (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Fowl Play (1937/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon in Mexico (1944/70m/William Berke)
(11:30 AM) The Declaration of Independence (1938/17m/Crane Wilbur)
(12:00 PM) King Kong (1933/104m/Merian C. Cooper)
(2:00 PM) Dial ‘M’ For Murder (1954/105m/Alfred Hitchcock)
(4:00 PM) Lawrence of Arabia (1962/227m/David Lean)
(8:00 PM) Harlan County, U.S.A. (1976/104m/Barbara Kopple)
(9:00 PM) Grey Gardens (1976/95m/Ellen Hovde)
Sunday, June 09, 2019
(12:00 AM) Nora Prentiss (1947/111m/Vincent Sherman)
(2:00 AM) City For Conquest (1940/104m/Anatole Litvak)
(4:00 AM) Torrid Zone (1940/88m/William Keighley)
(6:00 AM) Romance on the High Seas (1948/99m/Michael Curtiz
(8:00 AM) My Dream is Yours (1949/101m/Michael Curtiz and Friz Freleng)
(10:00 AM) Tea for Two (1950/98m/David Butler)
(11:45 AM) On Moonlight Bay (1951/95m/Roy Del Ruth)
(1:30 PM) Johnny Carson on TCM: Doris Day (1976)
(1:45 PM) Love Me or Leave Me (1955/122m/Charles Vidor)
(4:00 PM) Calamity Jane (1953/101m/David Butler)
(6:00 PM) Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960/112/Charles Walters)
(8:00 PM) Pillow Talk (1959/102m/Michael Gordon)
(10:00 PM) Lover Come Back (1961/107m/Delbert Mann)
Monday, June 10, 2019
(12:00 AM) Move Over, Darling (1963/103m/Michael Gordon)
(2:00 AM) The Glass Bottom Boat (1966/110m/Frank Tashlin)
(4:00 AM) Julie (1956/99m/Andrew L. Stone)
(6:00 AM) Impact (1949/111m/Arthur Lubin)
(8:00 AM) The Scarlet Pimpernel (1934/98m/Harold Young)
(9:45 AM) It Happened One Night (1934/105m/Frank Capra)
(11:45 AM) Hollow Triumph (1948/82m/Steve Sekely)
(1:15 PM) Neptune's Daughter (1949/93m/Edward Buzzell)
(3:00 PM) The Stranger (1946/95m/Orson Welles)
(4:45 PM) Detour (1945/68m/Edgar G. Ulmer)
(6:00 PM) Purple Noon (1961/117m/René Clément)
(8:00 PM) Cleopatra (1963/251m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
(12:30 AM) Coffy (1973/90m/Jack Hill)
(2:15 AM) Eraserhead (1977/89m/David Lynch)
(4:00 AM) ”10” (1979/122m/Blake Edwards)
(6:15 AM) Kismet (1944/100m/William Dieterle)
(8:00 AM) The Boy With Green Hair (1948/82m/Joseph Losey)
(9:30 AM) Forever, Darling (1956/91m/Alexander Hall)
(11:15 AM) Arena (1953/71m/Richard Fleischer)
(12:30 PM) Moonlight On The Prairie (1936/63m/D. Ross Lederman)
(1:45 PM) The Royal Rodeo (1939/15m/George Amy)
(2:15 PM) The Saddle Buster (1932/59m/Fred Allen)
(3:30 PM) Cattle King (1963/90m/Tay Garnett)
(5:15 PM) Powdersmoke Range (1935/72m/Wallace Fox)
(6:30 PM) Wyoming (1940/88m/Richard Thorpe)
(8:00 PM) Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969/110m/George Roy Hill)
(10:00 PM) Medium Cool (1969/111m/Haskell Wexler)
(12:00 AM) The Wild Bunch (1969/145m/Sam Peckinpah)
(2:45 AM) Angel, Angel, Down We Go (1969/93m/Robert Thom)
(4:30 AM) Fellini Satyricon (1969/130m/Federico Fellini)
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
(6:45 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m)
(7:15 AM) Gulliver's Travels (1939/76m/Dave Fleischer)
(8:45 AM) The Curse of the Cat People (1944/70m/Gunther V. Fritsch and Robert Wise)
(10:00 AM) The Secret Garden (1949/92m/Fred M. Wilcox)
(11:45 AM) The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T. (1953/89m/Roy Rowland)
(1:30 PM) The Little Fugitive (1953/81m/Ray Ashley)
(3:00 PM) The Red Balloon (1956/34m/Albert Lamorisse)
(3:45 PM) Tom Thumb (1958/92m/George Pal)
(5:30 PM) The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964/99m/Arthur Lubin)
(7:30 PM) Holiday From Rules? (1959/11m/William H. Murray)
(8:00 PM) Royal Wedding (1951/93m/Stanley Donen)
(10:00 PM) Two Weeks with Love (1950/92m/Roy Rowland)
Thursday, June 13, 2019
(12:00 AM) Nancy Goes To Rio (1950/100m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(2:00 AM) Small Town Girl (1953/93m/Leslie Kardos)
(4:00 AM) Rich, Young and Pretty (1951/95m/Norman Taurog)
(5:45 AM) December 7th: The Movie (1943/84m/John Ford)
(7:15 AM) Objective, Burma! (1945/142m/Raoul Walsh)
(9:45 AM) Air Force (1943/124m/Howard Hawks)
(12:00 PM) Bataan (1943/115m/Tay Garnett)
(2:00 PM) Back to Bataan (1945/95m/Edward Dmytryk)
(4:00 PM) Flying Leathernecks (1951/102m/Nicholas Ray)
(6:00 PM) Operation: Pacific (1951/109m/George Waggner)
(8:00 PM) Sands of Iwo Jima (1950/109m/Allan Dwan)
(10:00 PM) Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970/149m/Richard Fleischer)
Friday, June 14, 2019
(12:45 AM) Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944/138m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(3:15 AM) Destination Tokyo (1943/135m/Delmer Daves)
(5:45 AM) They Were Expendable (1945/135m/John Ford)
(8:15 AM) Sea Chase (1955/117m/John Farrow)
(10:30 AM) The Sharkfighters (1956/74m/Jerry Hopper)
(12:00 PM) Last of the Pagans (1935/70m/Richard Thorpe)
(1:30 PM) Death Curse of Tartu (1966/88m/William Grefé)
(3:15 PM) Shark's Treasure (1975/95m/Cornel Wilde)
(5:00 PM) Killer Shark (1950/76m/Oscar Boetticher)
(6:30 PM) Tiger Shark (1932/77m/Howard Hawks)
(8:00 PM) Steel Magnolias (1989/118m/Herbert Ross)
(10:15 PM) The Group (1966/152m/Sidney Lumet)
Saturday, June 15, 2019
(1:00 AM) Stage Door (1937/92m/Gregory LaCava)
(2:45 AM) The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy (1958/64m/Rafael Portillo)
(4:00 AM) The Mummy (1959/88m/Terence Fisher)
(5:30 AM) Wonderful World of Tupperware (1965/29m/George J. Yarbrough)
(6:00 AM) Betrayed (1954/109m/Gottfried Reinhardt)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Mad Maestro (1939/8m/Hugh Harman)
(8:09 AM) Famous Boners (1942/10m/Douglas Foster)
(8:20 AM) Glimpses of Guatemala (1946/8m/?)
(8:29 AM) Men of America (1933/58m/Ralph Ince)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Fiery Danger (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Let's Celebrake (1933/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon in Hollywood (1944/67m/Gordon Douglas)
(11:30 AM) I Won't Play (1944/18m/Crane Wilbur)
(12:00 PM) Only Angels Have Wings (1939/121m/Howard Hawks)
(2:15 PM) Kansas City Confidential (1952/99m/Phil Karlson)
(4:00 PM) Ride the High Country (1962/94m/Sam Peckinpah)
(5:45 PM) There Was a Crooked Man (1970/123m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(8:00 PM) La Pointe Courte (1954/80m/Agnès Varda)
(9:45 PM) Cléo From 5 to 7 (1962/89m/Agnès Varda)
(11:30 PM) Du cote de la cote (1958/26m/Agnès Varda)
Sunday, June 16, 2019
(12:00 AM) Pickup on South Street (1953/80m/Samuel Fuller)
(1:45 AM) 13 West Street (1962/80m/Philip Leacock)
(3:30 AM) Green Dolphin Street (1947/141m/Victor Saville)
(6:00 AM) Daughters Courageous (1939/107m/Michael Curtiz)
(8:00 AM) Edward, My Son (1949/113m/George Cukor)
(10:00 AM) Pickup on South Street (1953/80m/Samuel Fuller)
(11:30 AM) Judge Hardy And Son (1939/90m/George B. Seitz)
(1:15 PM) East of Eden (1955/118m/Elia Kazan)
(3:30 PM) The Courtship of Eddie's Father (1963/119m/Vincente Minnelli)
(5:45 PM) A River Runs Through It (1992/124m/Robert Redford)
(8:00 PM) Life With Father (1947/118m/Michael Curtiz)
(10:15 PM) Father Of The Bride (1950/93m/Vincente Minnelli)
Monday, June 17, 2019
(12:00 AM) Tell It to the Marines (1927/103m/George Hill)
(2:00 AM) News From Home (1976/85m/Chantal Akerman)
(3:45 AM) Les Rendez-vous d'Anna (1978/120m/Chantal Akerman)
(6:00 AM) Flight Angels (1940/74m/Lewis Seiler)
(7:30 AM) Headline Shooter (1933/61m/Otto Brower)
(8:45 AM) This Man is Mine (1934/76m/John Cromwell)
(10:15 AM) Fools for Scandal (1938/80m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(11:45 AM) Footsteps in the Dark (1941/86m/Lloyd Bacon)
(1:30 PM) Brother Orchid (1940/88m/Lloyd Bacon)
(3:15 PM) Sunrise at Campobello (1960/144m/Vincent J. Donehue)
(5:45 PM) The Professionals (1966/118m/Richard Brooks)
(8:00 PM) Bombshell (1933/96m/Victor Fleming)
(9:45 PM) Contempt (1963/103m/Jean-Luc Godard)
(11:45 PM) The Glass Key (1942/85m/Stuart Heisler)
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
(1:15 AM) Let's Make Love (1960/119m/George Cukor)
(3:30 AM) The Swan (1956/108m/Charles Vidor)
(5:30 AM) Move Over, Darling (1963/103m/Michael Gordon)
(7:30 AM) Bonnie and Clyde (1967/111m/Arthur Penn)
(9:30 AM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
(10:15 AM) Manhattan Parade (1931/75m/Lloyd Bacon)
(11:45 AM) Mary Jane's Pa (1935/71m/William Keighley)
(1:00 PM) Forty Little Mothers (1940/90m/Busby Berkeley)
(2:45 PM) This Side of Heaven (1934/77m/William K. Howard)
(4:15 PM) These Wilder Years (1956/91m/Roy Rowland)
(6:00 PM) A Taste of Honey (1961/101m/Tony Richardson)
(8:00 PM) Model Shop (1969/97m/Jacques Demy)
(10:00 PM) Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969/105m/Paul Mazursky)
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
(12:00 AM) Staircase (1969/98m/Stanley Donen)
(1:45 AM) Cactus Flower (1969/104m/Gene Saks)
(3:45 AM) Z (1969/127m/Costa-Gavras)
(6:00 AM) Off The Record (1939/71m/James Flood)
(7:15 AM) Are These Our Children? (1931/84m/Wesley Ruggles)
(8:45 AM) Boy of the Streets (1937/77m/William Nigh)
(10:15 AM) Boys' Ranch (1946/97m/Roy Rowland)
(12:00 PM) Youth Runs Wild (1944/67m/Mark Robson)
(1:15 PM) Boy Slaves (1939/72m/P. J. Wolfson)
(2:30 PM) The Young Stranger (1957/84m/John Frankenheimer)
(4:00 PM) Lord Jeff (1938/85m/Sam Wood)
(5:30 PM) The Beloved Brat (1938/62m/Arthur Lubin)
(6:45 PM) Bright Road (1953/68m/Gerald Mayer)
(8:00 PM) Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954/102m/Stanley Donen)
(10:00 PM) Hit the Deck (1955/112m/Roy Rowland)
Thursday, June 20, 2019
(12:00 AM) Three Sailors and a Girl (1953/95m/Roy Del Ruth)
(2:00 AM) Athena (1954/96m/Richard Thorpe)
(3:45 AM) Deep In My Heart (1954/132m/Stanley Donen)
(6:00 AM) Attack on the Iron Coast (1968/148m/Paul Wendkos)
(8:00 AM) They Who Dare (1954/108m/Lewis Milestone)
(10:00 AM) Darby’s Rangers (1958/121m/William A. Wellman)
(12:15 PM) Merrill’s Marauders (1962/98m/Samuel Fuller)
(2:15 PM) Counter-Attack (1945/90m/Zoltan Korda)
(4:00 PM) The Purple Plain (1955/102m/Robert Parrish)
(6:00 PM) Cry ‘Havoc’ (1944/97m/Richard Thorpe)
(8:00 PM) The Great Escape (1963/172m/John Sturges)
(11:00 PM) The Bridge On The River Kwai (1957/162m/David Lean)
Friday, June 21, 2019
(2:00 AM) The Guns Of Navarone (1961/156m/J. Lee Thompson)
(4:45 AM) Eight Iron Men (1952/81m/Edward Dmytryk)
(6:15 AM) Variety Time (1948/59m/Hal Yates)
(7:15 AM) Love Finds Andy Hardy (1938/91m/George B. Seitz)
(9:00 AM) Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940/88m/George B. Seitz)
(10:45 AM) The Reluctant Debutante (1958/96m/Vincente Minnelli)
(12:30 PM) Palm Springs Weekend (1963/100m/Norman Taurog)
(2:15 PM) Vacation From Marriage (1945/93m/Alexander Korda)
(4:00 PM) Dream Wife (1953/99m/Sidney Sheldon)
(6:00 PM) Marriage on the Rocks (1965/109m/Jack Donohue)
(8:00 PM) Irma La Douce (1963/143m/Billy Wilder)
(10:30 PM) Sabrina (1954/114m/Billy Wilder)
Saturday, June 22, 2019
(12:30 AM) Love in the Afternoon (1957/130m/Billy Wilder)
(2:45 AM) Butcher, Baker, Nightmare Maker (1981/93m/William Asher)
(4:30 AM) Fast-Walking (1982/115m/James B. Harris)
(6:30 AM) Remember? (1939/83m/Norman Z. McLeod)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Homeless Flea (1940/8m/Rudolf Ising)
(8:09 AM) Chili and Chills (1932/9m/Harold Austin)
(8:18 AM) Glimpses of Mexico (1943/9m/?)
(8:28 AM) Hot Lead (1951/60m/Stuart Gilmore)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Death's Shining Face (SERIAL) (1946/?/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: Learn Polikeness (1938/7m/Dave Fleischer)
(10:08 AM) The Falcon In San Francisco (1945/66m/Joseph H. Lewis)
(11:30 AM) Oklahoma Outlaws (1943/20m/B. Reeves Eason)
(12:00 PM) The Last Gangster (1937/81m/Edward Ludwig)
(1:30 PM) The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945/78m/Raoul Walsh)
(3:00 PM) The Young Lions (1958/167m/Edward Dmytryk)
(6:00 PM) Brainstorm (1983/106m/Douglas Trumbull)
(8:00 PM) Dog Day Afternoon (1975/125m/Sidney Lumet)
(10:15 PM) Scarecrow (1973/112m/Jerry Schatzberg)
Sunday, June 23, 2019
(12:00 AM) Shadow on the Wall (1950/84m/Patrick Jackson)
(2:00 AM) The Bad Seed (1956/129m/Mervyn Le Roy)
(4:15 AM) The Nanny (1965/93m/Seth Holt)
(6:00 AM) Strange Interlude (1932/109m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(8:00 AM) Little Lord Fauntleroy (1936/102m/John Cromwell)
(10:00 AM) Shadow on the Wall (1950/84m/Patrick Jackson)
(12:00 PM) Show Boat (1936/114m/James Whale)
(2:00 PM) Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948/94m/H. C. Potter)
(3:45 PM) All About Eve (1950/138m/Joseph L. Mankiewicz)
(6:15 PM) Don't Make Waves (1967/97m/Alexander Mackendrick)
(8:00 PM) Two Guys from Texas (1948/86m/David Butler)
(9:45 PM) Girl Crazy (1943/99m/Norman Taurog)
(11:45 PM) An Easterner (1920/28m/Hal Roach)
Monday, June 24, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Rag Man (1925/68m/Edward F. Cline)
(2:00 AM) Pitfall (1962/97m/Hiroshi Teshigahara)
(3:45 AM) The Face of Another (1966/122m/Hiroshi Teshigahara)
(6:00 AM) The Big Circus (1959/109m/Joseph M. Newman)
(8:00 AM) The Sundowners (1960/133m/Fred Zinnemann)
(10:15 AM) Wild Boys of the Road (1933/68m/William A. Wellman)
(11:30 AM) The Wild One (1953/79m/Laslo Benedek)
(1:00 PM) The Man Who Found Himself (1937/67m/Lew Landers)
(2:15 PM) Born Reckless (1959/79m/Howard W. Koch)
(3:45 PM) Honeysuckle Rose (1980/119m/Jerry Schatzberg)
(6:00 PM) Every Which Way But Loose (1978/115m/James Fargo)
(8:00 PM) The Kid (1921/53m/Charles Chaplin)
(9:00 PM) At the Circus (1939/87m/Edward Buzzell)
(10:45 PM) House of Wax (1953/88m/Andre De Toth)
Tuesday, June 25, 2019
(12:30 AM) The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938/102m/Michael Curtiz)
(2:30 AM) Taxi Driver (1976/114m/Martin Scorsese)
(4:30 AM) Shaft (1971/100m/Gordon Parks)
(6:30 AM) Dancing Lady (1933/92m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(8:00 AM) Sky Full of Moon (1952/73m/Norman Foster)
(9:30 AM) Painting the Clouds with Sunshine (1951/87m/David Butler)
(11:15 AM) The Las Vegas Story (1952/87m/Robert Stevenson)
(1:00 PM) Ocean's Eleven (1960/127m/Lewis Milestone)
(3:15 PM) Crashing Las Vegas (1956/62m/Jean Yarbrough)
(4:30 PM) Mystery in Mexico (1948/66m/Robert Wise)
(5:45 PM) Honeymoon (1947/74m/William Keighley)
(7:15 PM) MGM Parade Show #23 (1955/26m/?)
(8:00 PM) The Moon-Spinners (1964/119m/James Neilson)
(10:15 PM) Bone Bandit (1948/Charles A Nichols)
(10:25 PM) The Littlest Horse Thieves (1976/104m/Charles Jarrott)
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
(1:15 AM) The Robber Kitten (1935/8m/David Hand)
(1:30 AM) The North Avenue Irregulars (1979/99m/Bruce Bilson)
(3:15 AM) Emil and the Detectives (1964/92m/Peter Tewksbury)
(5:00 AM) Never A Dull Moment (1968/99m/Jerry Paris)
(7:00 AM) The Seventh Sin (1957/93m/Ronald Neame)
(8:45 AM) The Last Ride (1944/57m/D. Ross Lederman)
(9:45 AM) Never Say Goodbye (1946/94m/James V. Kern)
(11:30 AM) Home from the Hill (1960/150m/Vincente Minnelli)
(2:15 PM) Of Human Bondage (1946/106m/Edmund Goulding)
(4:15 PM) Lizzie (1957/81m/Hugo Haas)
(5:45 PM) The Man with the Golden Arm (1956/119m/Otto Preminger)
(8:00 PM) The Female Animal (1958/92m/Harry Keller)
(9:45 PM) The Girl Most Likely (1958/99m/Mitchell Leisen)
(11:45 PM) Enchanted Island (1958/94m/Allan Dwan)
Thursday, June 27, 2019
(1:30 AM) Marie: A True Story (1985/112m/Roger Donaldson)
(3:30 AM) Mr. Skeffington (1945/146m/Vincent Sherman)
(6:00 AM) Tank Force (1958/86m/Terence Young)
(8:00 AM) Bitter Victory (1957/102m/Nicholas Ray)
(10:00 AM) The Hill (1965/123m/Sidney Lumet)
(12:15 PM) The Way Ahead (1944/88m/Carol Reed)
(2:00 PM) Sahara (1943/98m/Zoltan Korda)
(4:00 PM) The Gallant Hours (1960/116m/Robert Montgomery)
(6:00 PM) The Wings of Eagles (1957/110m/John Ford)
(8:00 PM) To Hell And Back (1955/106m/Jesse Hibbs)
(10:00 PM) The Story of G.I. Joe (1945/109m/William A. Wellman)
Friday, June 28, 2019
(12:00 AM) Hell To Eternity (1960/132m/Phil Karlson)
(2:30 AM) PT 109 (1963/140m/Leslie H. Martinson)
(5:00 AM) Above and Beyond (1952/122m/Melvin Frank)
(7:15 AM) For Me and My Gal (1942/104m/Busby Berkeley)
(9:00 AM) Meet Me In St. Louis (1944/113m/Vincente Minnelli)
(11:00 AM) Till The Clouds Roll By (1946/135m/Richard Whorf)
(1:30 PM) The Harvey Girls (1946/101m/George Sidney)
(3:15 PM) The Clock (1945/90m/Vincente Minnelli)
(5:00 PM) A Star Is Born (1954/176m/George Cukor)
(8:00 PM) Some of My Best Friends Are... (1971/100m/Mervyn Nelson)
(10:00 PM) The Ritz (1976/91m/Richard Lester)
(11:45 PM) Torch Song Trilogy (1988/119m/Paul Bogart)
Saturday, June 29, 2019
(2:00 AM) Myra Breckinridge (1970/94m/Michael Sarne)
(3:45 AM) Funeral Parade of Roses (1970/105m/Toshio Matsumoto)
(5:45 AM) Wonderful World of Tupperware (1965/29m/George J. Yarbrough)
(6:15 AM) Unholy Partners (1941/94m/Mervyn LeRoy)
(8:00 AM) MGM CARTOONS: The Milky Way (1940/8m/Charles M. Jones)
(8:10 AM) Fine Feathers (1933/9m/Jules White)
(8:19 AM) Glimpses of Old England (1949/9m/?)
(8:29 AM) Bullet Code (1940/58m/David Howard)
(9:30 AM) Lost City of the Jungle: Speedboat Missing (SERIAL) (1946/?m/?)
(10:00 AM) POPEYE: The House Builder-Upper (1938/6m/Dave Fleischer)
10:07 AM) The Falcon's Alibi (1946/63m/Ray McCarey)
(11:30 AM) Service with the Colors (1940/21m/B. Reeves Eason)
(12:00 PM) Tarzan The Ape Man (1932/100m/W. S. Van Dyke)
(2:00 PM) Gentleman Jim (1942/104m/Raoul Walsh)
(4:00 PM) A Face in the Crowd (1957/126m/Elia Kazan)
(6:15 PM) Point Blank (1967/92m/John Boorman)
(8:00 PM) Daughters of the Dust (1991/112m/Julie Dash)
(10:00 PM) The Learning Tree (1969/109m/Gordon Parks)
Sunday, June 30, 2019
(12:00 AM) On Dangerous Ground (1952/82m/Nicholas Ray)
(1:45 AM) It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963/159m/Stanley Kramer)
(4:30 AM) Cold Turkey (1971/102m/Norman Lear)
(6:15 AM) The Bitter Tea General Yen (1932/87m/Frank R. Capra)
(7:45 AM) Pride and Prejudice (1940/118m/Robert Z. Leonard)
(10:00 AM) On Dangerous Ground (1952/82m/Nicholas Ray)
(12:00 PM) All This, and Heaven Too (1940/143m/Anatole Litvak)
(2:30 PM) Smash-Up: The Story of a Woman (1947/103m/Stuart Heisler)
(4:30 PM) Monkey Business (1952/97m/Howard Hawks)
(6:15 PM) Paris Blues (1961/99m/Martin Ritt)
(8:00 PM) Claudia (1943/91m/Edmund Goulding)
(10:00 PM) Claudia and David (1946/78m/Walter Lang)
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2019.05.05 19:04 huannbinimbol DFO OC Backstory: Huann the Berserker

DFO OC Backstory: Huann the Berserker
Editor's Note: Hello guys, this will be my first attempt to write OC backstories of my characters. I got inspired from UnKnown_Drive*'s previous* post. I really want to practice my creative writing skills as a hobby. I'll post my personal backstories for my characters. Some characters may have shorter backstory compared to others. Apologies for any kind of wrong grammar or typos. I'll try to post stories in the DFO Reddit page if my schedule is free. In the meantime, here's the first OC backstory:

Tears of a Majin

Huann the Berserker:
(based from the Post-Metastasis and Rebirth version of DFO)

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Huann's father was infected by Kazan Syndrome and it was passed down to him when he was born. His father died fighting during the Screaming Cavern incident to protect him and his mother. Years later the Kazan Syndrome also infected his mother and took its toll on her body, cutting short her life as an overworked single mother. Locals would harass the young Berserker as a "diseased rabid beast", often throwing stones or leaving him in a bloody pulp. One day when Le Dos Empire deployed their soldiers to purge any remaining citizens infected with Kazan Syndrome, the local bullies sold Huann to the soldiers and they jeered as the soldiers try to kill him publicly. As Huann was in the brink of death, a crimson ghost beckoned him from the dark, granting him a power which he desired through his life. His incapacity to protect his parents and the constant discrimination made him clutch on the blade's edge, even it means selling his soul to a diabolic being. His frustration and anger unleashed his first skill: Insanity. He forged an evil sword made from his own blood and he swings it violently while slowly feeding blood from the soldiers. A simple cut from the evil blade slowly weakened anyone in his path. Before the young Berserker could kill a hapless soldier, G.S.D. leaped to the scene and subdued him. The mob demanded him to hand down the rabid child and pass judgment but G.S.D. scolded them for causing his degeneration. He carried Huann to Silver Crown and waited for his recuperation.
Years later and Huann grew into a mellowed down and melancholic adventurer. G.S.D. spent a few years to teach him basic swordsmanship as Arad needed a veteran warrior like him. Blue Guardian Vetala was one of the residents who looked after Huann as he struggled to fight his inner demons. He would try to avoid sudden bursts of anger, fearing that it can hurt anyone around him. When the Black Nightmare swallowed Abnova, Huann was one of the adventurers who answered the call for arms. He was at first reluctant but Vetala assured everything will be fine. Vetala reminded Huann that one day he has to confront the curse of the crimson ghost but she believes that he has the strength to overcome it. Huann left the safety of Silver Crown to face the Black Nightmare. After liberating the tainted spirits, he reluctantly bided farewell to Vetala, knowing that danger is imminent beyond the sacred forests. The kind maiden gently expresses her parting message for the new adventurer. Huann found comrades and allies along the way while growing stronger. They called their band of adventurers as "Aradian" despite coming from different walks of life, as well as different places. The new band of adventurers traveled to new places, faced dangers and revealed secrets that kept hidden for years.
As Huann and his new allies climbed at the Tower of Death, Reaper Dreyfus bounded them in a suffocating mirage that invoked their deepest fears. For Huann, it was the Kazan Syndrome. Every storey of the tower slowly loosened his grip against the rage and madness. Waves of enemies forced him to embrace his true nature: a savage swordsman with a limited lifespan. Eventually, he came terms with the curse while granting him full control over the bloody beast. Huann was one of the Aradian to exit the tower and he anticipated for his allies to get out as well. While his friends showed excitement about unleashing their true potential, he swallowed up his fear and guilt, telling about conquering the Kazan Syndrome. At first, he expected repulsion and disgust but his friends were very reassuring. One of his friends proudly told him that conquering the Kazan Syndrome is part of recovering from his past and he must be proud of it. With his new-found strength and confidence, Huann and his friends continued their journey. He eventually met Siran and awaken his true potential that could extend his lifespan.
Every time the holidays came in Arad, they would visit their hometowns. Huann visited Silver Crown to greet Vetala and stay for a few days. The maiden was very glad for his good health and the bonds he built for years. She jokingly suggested him to find a partner to settle with. Huann tried to express his deeply-held feelings for her despite knowing the fact that Vetala is centuries old and her role as Silver Crown's guardian prevented her to have a fully-committed relationship. Vetala gently rebuked his confession. She told him that there are still people better than her but she assured that someday he will find the right person. Despite being rejected by the only person he loved, Huann still thanked her for the years of taking care of him.
Years passed and the Black Nightmare dissolved as Constructor Luke was slain. Peace was only temporary as the time-space continuum had violent quakes across time and worlds. Everyone was thrown violently, memories were altered, continent moved, cities rose from rubbles, years passed like days and the world was reshaped by Carloso. Huann woke up in disarray and panic. He reached most of his allies to see if everyone made it through the Rebirth. At first, he thought everything was alright but somebody or someone was missing. He tried to mutter the name that he knew himself, but he can't remember it at all. He also remembered settling in Elvengard instead of an unknown childhood home. As Huann sat down at the lonely Moonlight Tavern and having a drunken conversation with Aganzo and Karakas, Michelle the Telepath approached and invited him for an evening walk. She knew something that Huann may have forgotten for years. Huann did remember entering Mirror Arad, a reflected world from the fractures of time and space. Anyone who died on the main dimension can be alive in Mirror Arad. The two entered the fractured gate and landed at the Northern Shelter. When the two Michelles met, they helped Huann recall the name and the place he once called home. As the two telepaths touched his forehead, memories, and glimpses flooded in his mind. He finally remembered the one who touched his wounded soul, the person who showed compassion and kindness. The other Michelle then lead him to a small crevice of time, where he set afoot to a familiar place. Upon seeing the wooden floors and glistening leaves, nostalgia, and melancholy overwhelmed him. A maiden clad in blue dress approached him, trying to accompany the lost and bewildered adventure. The maiden introduced herself as Blue Guardian Vetala and then tears flowed from his eyes. Huann tried to reintroduce himself but she vaguely remembered his name and everything happened for years. He felt dejected again by the woman he loved for years but she embraced him, telling him that they will make up again for whatever lost on those years. She welcomes back Huann to the another Silver Crown, telling him that he can visit anytime despite living in different dimensions or timeline. While Huann bided farewell for another mission, Vetala said she will be waiting for his return.
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2019.01.09 01:43 BirdieATX The Bill Browder BIG RUSSIAN LIE as detailed in "The Magnitsky Act Behind The Scenes" film by Andrei Nekrasov

The Bill Browder BIG RUSSIAN LIE as detailed in
Here are my fully detailed notes from the film "The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes" by Andrei Nekrasov Note the film was banned on Amazon twice and is not in the iTunes store, on YouTube, Vimeo, etc. Bill Browder, his lawyers, and his backers do NOT want you to see it or even know about it. But you need to know about it, see it, understand it, and share it. God Bless America • Under my notes about the film are additional notes I've compiled in my research about Bill Browder.
http://www.magnitskyact.com
See this movie and share it with others in America
Notes about the film: “The Magnitsky Act – Behind the Scenes” • See film at http://www.magnitskyact.com
By Andrei Nekrasov, a respected critic of Putin
– he also made film about KGB defector Litvinenko poisoned in London
– All quotes attributed to Bill Browder unless otherwise noted
• Main Theme: $230 Million Theft of Russian Taxes
THE MAGNITSKY STORY as told by Bill Browder aka William Felix Browder
Managed Largest Western Hedge Fund in Russia • Hermitage Capital Management
“I moved to Moscow in 1996 with great hopes and great dreams” • “I started the Hermitage Fund in 1996”
“I become the largest foreign investor in the country. I had four and a half billion dollars invested in Russia.”
– Gov’t raid June 4, 2007 led by Investigators Pavel Karpov (32) and Kuznetsov
Seized corporate documents and stamps • Browder stated “No company assets remained”
“We didn’t have any assets left in Russia. We sold more than four billion dollars of the stock in 2006. So we immediately went through our list of lawyers in Moscow and called up the smartest lawyer we knew, a young man named Sergei Magnitsky.”
“If there was one person who knew the law backwards and forwards up and down, it was Sergei Magnitsky.”
“This enormous spike in deposits ($230 million) was exactly equal to the amount of taxes that we paid.”
“The police together with organized criminals stole $230 million dollars from their own government.”
Moscow October 7, 2008 Sergei Testified / Reported the Crime
Moscow November 24, 2008 Sergei’s house searched and put in pre-trial detention / Tortured him / He filed over 400 complaints
Moscow December 2008 transferred Sergei to a cell with no window panes
“He went into critical condition on the night of November 16th” (2009) • “He was yelling that someone was trying to kill him.”
“They put him in an isolation cell for one hour and eighteen minutes, with a doctor outside the door until he died. He was 37 years old.” • “He went into prison as a normal middle class tax lawyer.”
• Sergei Magnitsky on November 16, 2009 Found dead in a cell in Butyrskaya Prison in Moscow at 37 years old (or 36?) • He was a pre-trial detention inmate
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Mr. Browder US Government Testimony:
“They put him in an isolation cell, chained him to a bed, and allowed eight riot guards with rubber batons to beat him for one hour and eighteen minutes until he died.”
– Why the different story? Which is true? Is either?
Nekrasov notes trying to understand what really happened
– Eight guards would not actually fit in cell
– Only body marks were in wrists and hands and knuckles
– Magnitsky’s lawyer Alitonov said he was beating the door with force
– Russian media reported about a 100 human rights report citing that Magnitsky may have been beaten (in video only the one page of his wrists are repeatedly shown). “It looked like a PowerPoint presentation from Mr. Browder’s website” – Nekrasov
In USA meanwhile Browder successfully lobbied for two new laws to be passed known as The Magnitsky Act
Magnitsky Sanction Listings 04/12/2013 Office of Foreign Assets Control
– Senator Benjamin Cardin, D. Maryland • Senator John McCain, R. Arizona • Congressman McGovern
President Obama signed first Magnitsky Act in December 2012 – In it’s justification, the law cites a July 6, 2011 Human Rights Council report from Russian President Dimitry Medvedev (was actually from Browder’s presentation as shared by human rights activists from Interfax.ru)
Magnitsky’s mother Nataliya Magnitskaya says in an interview with Nekrasov at Browder’s London office that
“Specifically, Ms. Gaus bears responsibility. Yes. Sergei was alone. They just locked him up. Contrary to the instructions saying there must be a guard, if not a paramedic, next to an inmate in a state of psychosis; because he might harm himself, or pass out. The doctor did nothing to help him.”
“Well, at first there was a document saying that handcuffs and batons had been used, then they said it was a mistake, some wrong report form was filled in, and there were no batons.”
“Nor was a beating a cause of death. The cause is the heart attack, it says.” • Cited possible complications from diabetes
“Did they try to kill him? I can’t say that.” • She blamed doctor’s negligence and illness, not beating.
“He wasn’t a lawyer. He was an accountant.” – Magnitsky close associate (female friend) at Browder book signing in London
July 14, 2010 in London Russian Police Investigator Pavel Karpov (32) sued Bill Browder’s Hermitage Capital for libel
Mr. Magnitsky’s former boss Jamison Firestone (Firestone / Dupont?)
– Case was dismissed as Karpov had no reputation to be tarnished in London
Interview in Moscow with Pavel Karpov
– Claimed Magnitsky never accused him of anything, no signed documents
– Showed he bought Moscow flat in 2004/2005, not 2008 as Browder claimed
– Car bought in 2006 on a credit loan 2 small plots of land in 2007
– Browder also claimed Karpov’s salary was way off $6K a month, not year as per Browder
– Originally investigated Browder’s company Kamea for tax evasion in 2004
Magnitsky’s Testimony was falsified in English “Translation” on the Browder provided website:
– Russian original shows completely otherwise / Don’t even mention Karpov, certainly does not implicate him or any police
Magnitsky Testimony Documents as shared by Browder’s company:
http://russian-untouchables.com/eng/testimonies/ (screen captures saved and all documents downloaded)
Council of Europe / Parliamentary Assembly
Marie Louisa Beck / Marie Beck (Germany) • Her advisor was Maria Sannikova-Frank
Refers to Parliamentary Assembly Report by Andreas Gross and Mr. Schirmer
“with the help of Browder” – Gross
“We always had to use the translations of the Browder office, as I don’t speak Russian.” – Gross
“The documents we got, these kinds of documents all come from Browder’s sources.” – Gross
“They didn’t have the intention to kill him… they didn’t take care enough.” – Gross
Actual Newspaper Reports Published Prior to Magnitsky’s documents clearly discuss the $232 million dollar theft
– Witness cited in April 2008 Rimma Mikhailovna Starova
Look at HermitageFund.com on WayBackMachine for October 16, 2008
Press Release from September 16, 2008 – Injunction against Boily Systems Limited in British Virgin Islands to protect HSBC and Hermitage Fund from Russian Fraud Court Filings July 11, 2008
“April 2008: Ms. Starova files a criminal complaint with the Russian Interior Ministry in Kazan falsely accusing representatives of HSBC’s companies of the theft of state funds.” + HSBC is Europe’s Biggest Bank
Rimma Starova became a figurehead of Browder’s companies after the were used to return $232 million in the tax rebate fraud
Title: Chief Executive of Makhaon, Parfenion & Rilend
– She reported the scam, breaking the rules
+ This report disappeared from the Hermitage website in March 2009 – When the Magnitsky whistleblower story began to appear
Browder gets questions by film maker and in frustration shows his hand with a warning and intimidation tactic:
“I’d be really careful about going out and trying to do a whole sort of thing about Sergei not being the whistleblower because it’s not gonna do well for your credibility on this show.”
NEKRASOV INVESTIGATION LATE IN FILM
• Police search was part of an investigation dated May 28, 2007 into tax evasion of Kamea – sold $498 Billion in shares and took profit out of country – but they underpaid taxes by $49.8 million, illegally abusing a tax reduction scheme
• October 2, 2004, Browder’s two other companies in Russia were under investigation for “forgery of a document issues by the minister of investment policies”
• Caught Browder in lies about the police raid on Heritage officers, there were actually not machine guns or violence involved and no injuries as claimed
• No original documents were actually required to re-register of a company – only an owner or their representative could actually do it. Magnitsky mentioned “Power of Attorney” and it was actually signed by Gasanov (mafia’s middle man) representing Glendora Holdings Ltd. (owned by Browder and HSBC). When questioned by police, Magnitsky said Gasanov’s power of attorney were not valid. In 2009, the court ruled that the powers of attorney were legitimate – thus leading to a conclusion that Browder must have been involved.
• Browder’s companies were shell companies
• Gasanov mysteriously died shortly after the transfer of companies was complete, as did a figure head owner of one of the companies, and an honor of one of the banks involved.
• Viktor Markelov was a figurehead owner of one of these shell companies who survived because he was arrested, served his term, and then went into hiding. In his testimony, he names Browder’s business partners Khairetdinov and Kleiner as involved in the re-registration. He also stated he had seen Gasanov with Sergei Magnitsky (Leonidovich). [While being questioned by police, when Magnitsky was questioned about knowing Gasanov, he refused to answer citing his right to silence)
• This is evidence Browder’s associates were directly involved in the re-registration (what Browder referred to as “stealing”) of his companies in Russia
• Magnitsky was an accountant working for Browder’s company since ‘90s – he stated this when questioned by police in Russia
• Browder’s lawyer Khairetdinov wrote and submitted complaints to Russia’s General Prosecutor’s office three weeks before the theft (December 2007). “This was our alibi.” he said at Browder’s London book signing. The report included a complaint about a $400 million attempted theft, but Browder stated these company’s had NO ASSETS in Russia at the time.
• Browder was forced to testify deposition under oath about the Magnitsky in a US court in New York on April 15, 2015. Someone apparently stole $400 million, but Browder is unsure if they actually had any assets. WHAT!? – When pressed for an explanation of the money trail, he ultimately said “I have no explanation.”
– Deposition implies that Browder had Magnitsky as the scape goat to take the heat for the business tax returns
• Nekrasov’s analysis: The company did not report that their companies were stolen to Russian police prior to the tax theft. Browder was unable to prove he was not in control of the companies that got the tax money in Russia.
• US Investigation (and Europes) relied almost exclusively on testimony only from Browder and his direct associates – i.e. not independent authentic investigation. See deposition of Homeland Security Agent in change of investigating the case on March 3, 2014. He admitted to NOT interviewing “any competent witnesses.” Only reviewed evidence provided by Browder and/or Hermitage – no secondary verification with banks, etc.
• Browder’s translation of the autopsy was clearly edited to protect his false narrative in all materials:
“1.2. Evidence that Magnitsky Was Beaten in Custody – Official Death Certificate stated that Sergei Magnitsky had suffered a “cerebral cranial injury” – “Closed cerebral cranial injury”
– It actually stated: “No damage to the scalp found.”
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Other Related Notes & Topics to Research on Browder:
• Hermitage Capital Management was founded in part with $25 million in Seed Money from National Republic Bank (often affiliated with Russian Mobs, money laundering, and the drug trade)
• Edmond Safra was a notorious banker at the center of The Money Plane 1996
Read: https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/world-news/corruption/browder-russia-trump-safra/
• HSBC ties (Europe’s biggest bank) no wonder this guy is protected (James Comey worked for them)
• John Ashcroft, Johnathan Winer, and Juliana ______ were lobbyists for Browder
• Jonathan Winer is a big connection to the Steele Dossier
• George Soros is a backer of Browder
• Browder was convicted of tax fraud in Russia and never paid his taxes owed
• The Money Plane: https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/uncategorized/the-money-plane-republic-national-bank-russia/
• In the film The Forecaster, Martin Armstrong speculates that Safra may have been killed for not being able to recruit Martin Armstrong and get the source code to his economic cycles predictor tool (see The Forecaster / Princeton)
• Browder’s Grandfather Earl Browder was the General Secretary (leader) of the American Communist Party. He twice ran for the office President of the United States. He was a Soviet Spy (No I’m not kidding, reference famous Mike Wallace interview). He was convicted of two counts of passport fraud and served 14 months in prison. Read more about him:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_Browder
• William Felix “Bill” Browder renounced his US citizenship in 1998 most likely to evade paying substantial taxes
• Research Browder + Avisma • Research Ken Dart
• Bill Browder has a big beef with Glenn Simpson of Fusion GPS and seems to throw shade and is trying to pin blame on him
• Lucy Komisar is a journalist long on Bill Browder’s tail – read her stuff
“Browder admits in U.S. Federal Court deposition that Sergei Magnitsky didn’t go to law school or have law degree, which means he lied to President Trump.”
https://www.thekomisarscoop.com/2018/07/ive-been-browders-number-one-journalist-critic-for-two-decades-heres-what-president-trump-should-know-about-handling-him/
https://www.thekomisarscoop.com
• Check Browder’s political campaign contributions in the US – they are significant
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