The Black Dog Video Newsletter July 2-8 “So Many Things Edition!”
I’ll do my best to keep this brief as there’s lots tell you about:
~ Car-Free Day on the Drive this Sunday! We’ll have some tables out front hawking our wares including the debut of an awesome new T-Shirt designed by RJ at the Cambie shop.
~ Cambie Store Summer hours are now in effect – 2:30-10:30 Sunday to Thursday. Noon till 11 Friday and Saturday. Commercial hours remain the same.
~ New podcast is up and ready for your hungry ears! This episode we look back at The Kid’s in the Hall’s Brain Candy and are joined by the film’s musical composer and Odds front man Craig Northey! Tune in, turn on, drop out.
The Beach Bum – Harmony Korine films Mathew “Moondog” McConaughey at the beach.
Blue Velvet (Criterion) – One of Black Dog’s favourite films gets the Criterion treatment! (Blu Ray is on the way as well).
Broad City Season 5 – Season 5 (the last?) of this great show.
Escape Plan: The Extractors – Sly, 50 Cent and Drax from Guardians of the Galaxy engage in prison breaking shenanigans.
High Life – Ace director Claire Denis shoots sparkly vampire (Robert Pattison) into space. Blu Ray coming soon.
Killing Eve Season 2 – Season 2 of this excellent show. Watch this!
Let the Sunshine In – Ace director Claire Denis has divorced mom and artist Juliette Binoche wander the streets of Paris looking for love.
Maria by Callas – Excellent doc about the famous opera singer with the great pipes.
Pet Semetary – Remake of the crappy Stephen King flick about a mysterious cemetery that brings the dead back to life with mixed (at best) results.
The Professor – College professor John Depp goes on a partying spree after learning he’s gonna die.
Best of Enemies
A Violent Separation
Sorry for all the words. I hope I didn’t bore you or cause you to change the channel. Have a great week and hope to see you on the Drive on Sunday!
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Just found you, via CBC.
I’m on Saturna Island, so I hope to buy from you next time Vancouver beckons.
Any chance you have “The Grey Fox” (1982) by Phillip Bosos ?
He was a good friend, and I worked on that film.
We can look into getting you a copy but I think that it may be out of print.
After doing a little digging, it is indeed out of print. I did find a copy but it would be upwards of $50.00