I'll be on next Tuesday at 4 PM so check it out.
You can watch it HERE: http://www.dvdtalk.com/video/screensavers120704.asx
Also--My three current obsessions:
1. Dragnet and Especially Jack Webb. Am I crazy, or is he insanely sexy? He has his own rhythm of staccato speech that borders on Mametian invention. No one can touch him. He's a genius.
2. Ike Turner's Blues Roots. Only on LP, this 1972 solo record boasts Ike singing and doing instrumentals by the likes of Chuck Willis, Lloyd Price and Willie Dixon. And we all know how I feel about Ike.
3. The Stranger on the Third Floor. 1940 film noir starring one of my favorite actors, Peter Lorre. Of course not available on DVD. Directed by Borgis Ingster, the picture features a lovingly creepy performance by Lorre as an escapee from a mental institution and some gorgeous cinematography by the brilliant Gregg Toland. Just watch on VHS--DVD snobs be dammed.