Wednesday, November 01, 2006

November Rain

These are the reviews and
other assignments I'm work-
ing on for this month.

Amazon: Loving Annabelle,
This Film Is Not Yet Rated
(from the maker of Sick), Carson Country [Johnny Cash,
Dwight Yoakum, etc.], The Best of Donny & Marie - Volume 1 [two-disc set], Beverly Hills 90210 - The Complete First Season [six-disc set], Melrose Place - The Complete First Season [eight-disc set] (these two were easy to
review--I've already seen every episode!), The Golden Girls - The Complete Sixth Season [three-disc set], MacGyver - The Complete Final Season [four-disc set], Nirvana - Live! Tonight! Sold Out!, Marie Antoinette, Déjà Vu, and Pedro Almodóvar's Volver.

Hey! I got a shout-out in this month's Art House newsletter:

The Reviews of Kathleen C. Fennessy
Amazon DVD reviewer Kathleen C. Fennessy can always be
counted on to provide surprising insights into subjects from punk
rock to sitcoms. Some of her own favorite Amazon DVD reviews
include Save the Tiger, Elizabeth I, The Tomorrow Show with Tom Snyder - Punk & New Wave, Nighty Night - The Complete Season One, and Clean. We're lucky to have her.

It's nice to be appreciated.

Resonance: Lily Allen - Alright, Still, Cat Power - The Great-
, Gnarls Barkley - St. Elsewhere, and David Lynch - Catch-
ing the Big Fish: Meditation, Consciousness and Creativity.

Seattle Sound: The Bird and the
and Jon Garcia - self-titled, Wet
Confetti - Laughing Gasping, Amy Ar-
bus - On the Street, and a nightlife re-
view of Pan-Asian eatery Ballet.

Siffblog: Tonite Let's All Make Love
in London
(Peter Whitehead directs;
with Mick Jagger, et al), Krzysztof
Kieslowski retrospective
, and Mu-
tual Appreciation
(Andrew Bujal-
ski's follow-up to Funny Ha Ha).

Endnote: Images from Wikipedia and the Bird and the Bee MySpace Page. Producer/keyboard player/songwriter Greg
Kurstin [above right] has also left his fingerprints on works by
Lily Allen, Beck, the Flaming Lips, and OC new wavers Stefy.

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