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Bernard Rose on THE WITCHES

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In Roald Dahl’s 1983 The Witches, a young boy and his grandmother stumble upon a gathering of child-hating spell-casters. The book was typical Dahl; sardonic yet playful and Nicholas Roeg’s pitch-perfect 1990 adaptation hits each bullseye, from the mouse-eye perspectives of a boy-turned-rodent to the funny-ghastly witch make-up devised by Jim Henson’s studio for the regal Angelica Huston. Roeg keeps the atmosphere properly menacing giving the film the aura of a classic fairy tale. Sadly the film tanked at the box office but lives on for movie fans willing to take the road less traveled. But wait! There's more! TFH has a podcast! It's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Libsyn: 🤍 RSS: 🤍 As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over on the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍

Bernard Rose on BAD TIMING

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AKA: Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession. Nicolas Roeg followed The Man Who Fell to Earth with this‚ challenging, equally non-linear study of psychosexual compulsion, which begins in the middle, jumps to the end and then back to a prologue, all in the first five minutes. Great use of music by Tom Waits, the Who, Billie Holiday and more. Disowned by its British distributor as "sick", the US version was originally rated X but toned down somewhat for an R. 🤍

LOST: Rose and Bernard on the Island in 1977 [5x16-17- The Incident]

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Traveling Light | A Bernard Rose Film (Trailer)

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Traveling Light tells the story of Caddy (Tony Todd) over a twenty four hour period on May 30th 2020 as he searches for his missing son who has been living on the streets, while working as an Uber/Delivery driver during the early days of the Pandemic in Los Angeles. His path crosses Harry (Danny Huston), a cult leader who is holding a bizarre happening/ceremony up on Mulholland drive where Todd (Stephen Dorff) and Mary (Olivia d’Abo) are attending as acolytes. All the while news of the horrific murder of George Floyd reverberates around the city as the social fabric collapses and we realize we are witnessing the end of an era… Funny and frightening in equal measure, Traveling Light is a Bunuelian satire of bourgeoisie life in Los Angeles at a moment of extreme crisis. Opens June 10th at the Laemmle NoHo7. Purchase your tickets here: 🤍 #BernardRose #TravelingLight #TonyTodd

Candyman 30th Anniversary Retrospective with Bernard Rose and Tony Todd – Iconicon 2022

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Director Bernard Rose and iconic star Tony Todd join Movie Oubliette's Conrad Chambers, Serge Bodnarchuk of Cold Crash Pictures and Melinda Mock of RetroBlasting to look back on one of the most influential, hypnotic, fascinating and disturbing horror films of the 90s: the original Candyman (1992). Join us as we explore the film's journey to the screen from Clive Barker's original short story, its depiction of social class in inner-city Chicago, its uniquely tragic and sensual title character, and the film's legacy as a contemporary classic. Part of Iconicon 2022 – the online convention focused on pop culture of the 70s, 80s and 90s.

Bernard Rose on MAHLER

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Ken Russell's largely metaphorical take on the life of 19th century Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (Robert Powell) takes place primarily on a single train ride embellished with flashbacks and fantasy sequences. More restrained than expected, it's stylistically ascetic compared to some of Russell's more over the top biopics. Oliver Reed has a brief cameo as a train conductor. As always, you can find more great trailers and trailer commentaries at 🤍 ABOUT BERNARD ROSE: BERNARD ROSE was one of the pioneering music video directors in the early days of MTV shooting Relax Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and Red Red Wine for UB40. Rose's feature credits as writer and director include; Paperhouse Candyman Immortal Beloved Anna Karenina ivans xtc The Kreutzer Sonata Mr Nice. ABOUT TRAILERS FROM HELL: TFH is the premier showcase for a breathtakingly eclectic assortment of trailers from classic era films both in their original form and punctuated with informative and amusing commentary by contemporary filmmakers. As always, you can find more great trailers and trailer commentaries at 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: ‪‪🤍 Like us on Facebook: ‪‪🤍

Preces & Responses - Bernard Rose

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Combined Choirs of the 7 Scottish Episcopal Cathedrals St Mary's Episcopal Cathedral, Edinburgh in 1986 Choirs from: St Mary's Cathedral, Edinburgh St Ninian's Cathedral, Perth St Paul's Cathedral, Dundee St Andrew's Cathedral, Aberdeen St Mary's Cathedral, Glasgow St Andrew's Cathedral, Inverness St John's Cathedral, Oban

Bernard Rose on SORCERER

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Director William Friedkin followed up his box office smash The Exorcist with this comparatively little-seen remake of Clouzot’s great The Wages of Fear. A pity because this star-crossed production (including hellish shooting conditions in the Dominican Republic) has much to offer featuring a suitably world-weary performance by Roy Scheider, rain-drenched photography by John Stephens and Dick Bush and a memorably sinister score from Tangerine Dream. As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over on the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍 What's that podcast, you ask? Why, it's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and TFH Fearless Leader Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Libsyn: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 RSS: 🤍

Bernard Rose on IF...

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Lindsay Anderson’s savage satire about a gun-happy insurrection at one of Britain’s public schools plays out like a blood-drenched version of Zero for Conduct. Malcolm McDowell stars as Mick Travis, a persecuted student who turns his violent revenge fantasies into fact. McDowell’s character returned in the far more sweet-tempered (but no less surreal) O Lucky Man! in 1972 and Brittania Hospital in 1982, thus completing the “Mick Travis Trilogy”. What if TFH had a podcast? What if...? Well, we do! Read on below for all the details! It's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Simplecast: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 RSS: 🤍 As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over at the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍

Official Trailer - FRANKENSTEIN (2015, Bernard Rose, Xavier Samuel, Carie-Anne Moss)

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Theatrical trailer of "Frankenstein" by Bernard Rose. Starring Xavier Samuel, Carrie-Anne Moss, Danny Huston, Matthew Jacobs, Dave Pressler, Peter Sudarso, Steve Hart, McKenna Grace, Rob Mars, Tony Todd

Bernard Rose’s “Evening Service in C minor”: Magdalen Oxford 1981 (Bernard Rose)

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From a private recording made during an evensong in the College chapel on 27 June 1981. With the choir of Magdalen College Oxford, directed by Bernard Rose. Bernard Rose wrote three settings of the Evening Canticles. This one was composed in 1968 and has the scale passage as its thematic basis.

'Frankenstein' Q&A | Bernard Rose

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Writer and director Bernard Rose ('Candyman') discussed his modern-day rendition of the classic horror story 'Frankenstein' at the Film Society's annual Scary Movies festival. From the terrifically imaginative mind of Bernard Rose (who gave us the fantasy-horror classics 'Paperhouse' and 'Candyman') comes the latest retelling of Mary Shelley’s immortal tale. Updated to present-day Los Angeles, the film retains much of its source material’s key story elements and sentiments as two married scientists (Danny Huston and Carrie-Ann Moss) finally achieve perfection. Beautiful and gentle, their latest artificial creation (wonderfully embodied by Xavier Samuel) does indeed seem flawless, but his mind and body soon begin dramatically deteriorating. Left for dead, he enters the outside world—only to be further taken down by the hate that festers there. This violent, heartbreaking, wholly memorable experience, told from the perspective of the “monster,” also features Tony Todd (Candyman himself) as the blind man who provides temporary, judgment-free shelter. An Alchemy release. More info: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Like: 🤍 Follow: 🤍

Samurai Marathon | UK Trailer | Directed by Bernard Rose

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YOURS TO OWN JANUARY 20 Subscribe to our channel for more great film content! Inspired by a real-life race that is still held annually in Japan, Samurai Marathon is an epic sword slasher from the team behind 13 Assassins and The Last Emperor. In the late feudal era of Japan, a young ninja is operating undercover in the court of an aging Lord during a peaceful era of Japan that is on the brink of change. After the Lord challenges his lazy samurais to a punishing marathon to toughen them up, the ninja finds his loyalties put to the test. Facing impossible odds, this unusual band of characters is running a race to win or die. Directed by Bernard Rose (Candyman) and boasting a breath-taking Philip Glass soundtrack, SAMURAI MARATHON is an unmissable historical actioner.

Adaptation of the fiction texts for the screen, Bernard Rose (Eng)

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10.11.2012. Bernard Rose "Adaptation of the fiction texts for the screen". Lecture within the framework of "13 New British Film Festival" «Adaptation of the fiction texts for the screen». Bernard Rose British film director (director of the Boxing Day) led a practical workshop on 10 November 2012. British Council in partnership with CoolConnections organized the following lecture and discussion about the film industry development in Russia and UK «New British Film Festival talks» in the framework of the 13th New British Film Festival which is a prominent highlight in the cultural scene in Moscow.

Lost - Emotional Reunion HD

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Survivors of 815 are reunited in this powerfully emotional end to episode 8 of season 2, 'Collision', of Lost. Not only is it one of the best reunion scenes in the show, it's up there as one of my favorite episode closers with Lost soundtrack composer Michael Giacchino demonstrating his fluency at not only underscoring the emotionality but enhancing it through expert utilization of strings and piano. Notice the very ending has Jack and Ana Lucia, standing at opposite ends, representing the theme of black and white (through their attire) that is so dominant throughout the show.

Bernard Rose on THE MUSIC LOVERS

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The onscreen title reads Ken Russell's Film on Tchaikovsky and The Music Lovers, to differentiate it from a Russian film released the previous year. One of Russell's most gloriously lurid fantasias, with Richard Chamberlain and Glenda Jackson brilliant as the haunted composer and his mad nymphomaniacal wife. Despite its many memorable and even shocking sequences this musical fever dream was savaged by the critics, with Pauline herself opining, "You really feel you should drive a stake through the heart of the man who made it. I mean it is so vile. It is so horrible." As always, you can find more great trailers and trailer commentaries at 🤍 ABOUT BERNARD ROSE: BERNARD ROSE was one of the pioneering music video directors in the early days of MTV shooting Relax Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and Red Red Wine for UB40. Rose's feature credits as writer and director include; Paperhouse Candyman Immortal Beloved Anna Karenina ivans xtc The Kreutzer Sonata Mr Nice. ABOUT TRAILERS FROM HELL: TFH is the premier showcase for a breathtakingly eclectic assortment of trailers from classic era films both in their original form and punctuated with informative and amusing commentary by contemporary filmmakers. Follow us on Twitter: ‪‪🤍 Like us on Facebook: ‪‪🤍

Bernard Rose on AMARCORD

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Federico Fellini‚ remembers his Fascist-era hometown‚ Rimini (renamed Borgo) in a‚ loosely structured, sometimes dreamlike evocation of a year in the life of a small Italian coastal town in the nineteen-thirties not literally but as recalled by a director whose international success allowed him to make films as personal and intimately he cared to. It nabbed an Oscar in 1975 as best foreign film. 🤍

Candyman Original Trailer HD (Bernard Rose, 1992)

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Order in the UK: 🤍 When grad student Helen Lyle (Virginia Madsen) begins working on a thesis looking at urban legends, she encounters the tale of the Candyman the vengeful spirit of a hook-handed slave, who, it is said, can be summoned by saying his name five times in the mirror. As her research leads her into the bowels of Chicago s deprived housing projects and deeper into the Candyman s world, Helen learns that some legends are best left alone... Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follows us on Instagram: 🤍 Shop now: 🤍

Bernard Rose on THE DECAMERON

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Nine 14th-century scatological stories from Boccaccio's Decameron form the basis of the first entry in Pier Paolo Pasolini's "Trilogy of Life", followed by The Canterbury Tales and Arabian Nights. Trailers from Hell welcomes filmmaker Bernard Rose to its guru ranks with his thoughts about this typically eye catching Alberto Grimaldi production, complete with Morricone score. 🤍

Frankenstein (2015) Trailer HD Bernard Rose

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Una pareja de científicos han conseguido crear vida humana, un nuevo Frankenstein ha nacido desde lo más profundo de un laboratorio. A pesar que este Frankenstein aprende rápido, no acaba de controlar sus emociones, volviéndose inestable y peligroso, escapando del laboratorio.

Bernard Rose on BILLION DOLLAR BRAIN

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After producing the first two Harry Palmer movies to provide a more realistic, intellectual alternative to his cartoonish James Bond series, producer Harry Saltzman "Bonded" it up for this third entry after THE IPCRESS FILE and FUNERAL IN BERLIN. Although a troubled production with BIG SLEEP-level plot complications and an unlikely director in arthouse favorite Ken Russell, it's considered the liveliest of the Palmer series. Magnetic leading lady Francoise Dorleac (Catherine Deneuve's sister) was killed in an car accident soon after filming completed. As always, find more great cinematic classics at 🤍 ABOUT TRAILERS FROM HELL: TFH is the premier showcase for a breathtakingly eclectic assortment of trailers from classic era films both in their original form and punctuated with informative and amusing commentary by contemporary filmmakers. Follow us on Twitter: ‪‪🤍 Like us on Facebook: ‪‪🤍

Bernard Rose talks THE DARK CRYSTAL

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Considerable production power (courtesy of STAR WARS producer Gary Kurtz) was brought to bear on this 1982 fantasy epic from Jim Henson in what is essentially a 93 minute Muppet Show episode made on a grand scale and with a far grimmer atmosphere. Henson’s dream project was impeccably conceived with the help of English fantasy artist Brian Froud and a huge crew of wizardly animatronics experts. Though it faced considerable box office opposition at its release (in the form of E.T. and TOOTSIE), Henson’s labor of love still managed to find its audience. But wait! There's more! TFH has a podcast! It's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Libsyn: 🤍 RSS: 🤍 As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over on the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍

Choral Evensong at Magdalen College Oxford 1981 (Bernard Rose)

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Private recording made during an evensong in the college chapel on 27 June 1981. Choir of Magdalen College, directed by Bernard Rose. Responses: Bernard Rose Psalms: 15, 16 & 24 Canticles: Bernard Rose in C minor Anthem: O praise God in his holiness (Bernard Rose) View our tribute page on the Archive website to Bernard Rose & Douglas Guest. 🤍recordedchurchmusic.org

Bernard Rose: Preces & Responses

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Evensong at st Sepulcre-without-Newgate. New London Singers. Cantor: Phil O'Meara

Bernard Rose on CRIES AND WHISPERS

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Hey! Get a gander down here for THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME! Our podcast! Join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Libsyn: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over on the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍

SAMURAI MARATHON (2020) Official Trailer | A Film by Bernard Rose

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Inspired by a race still held yearly, SAMURAI MARATHON is an action flick with a samurai twist. When an aging lord challenges his samurai to a grueling marathon—joined covertly by his daughter—the group must overcome deadly odds to survive. Visit the official movie site: 🤍 Watch more Well Go USA films online: 🤍 ABOUT WELL GO USA ENTERTAINMENT: Well Go USA is the studio behind TRIPLE THREAT, TRAIN TO BUSAN, the IP MAN franchise, THE ENDLESS & more! Visit our Website for the Newest Movies & Trailers: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Subscribe to the Well Go USA newsletter: 🤍 Follow us on social media: FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍

Ep. 78: Danny Huston, Actor, and Bernard Rose, Director and Writer

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The team sits down to get the scoop on new film, "Traveling Light". Featured in this interview is Bernard Rose, Director and Writer, and Danny Huston, who plays "Harry" in the film. Traveling Light tells the story of Caddy (Tony Todd) over a twenty four hour period on May 30th 2020 as he searches for his missing son who has been living on the streets, while working as an Uber/Delivery driver during the early days of the Pandemic in Los Angeles. His path crosses Harry (Danny Huston), a cult leader who is holding a bizarre happening/ceremony up on Mulholland drive where Todd (Stephen Dorff) and Mary (Olivia d'Abo) are attending as acolytes. All the while news of the horrific murder of George Floyd reverberates around the city as the social fabric collapses and we realize we are witnessing the end of an era... Funny and frightening in equal measure, Traveling Light is a Bunuelian satire of bourgeoisie life in Los Angeles at a moment of extreme crisis. Directed by Bernard Rose (Candyman 1992). Bernard Rose was born on 4th August 1960, in London, England, and began his career by making Super 8 films at the age of 9. The BBC held an amateur movie competition which he won in 1975. He attended The National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield, England, graduating in 1982 with a Master's in Filmmaking and first began directing music videos in the early days of MTV for artists such as UB40, Frankie goes to Hollywood, Roy Orbison, and Roger Waters. He then worked for the BBC, directing TV films before he directed "Paperhouse" and "Chicago Joe and The Showgirl." He gained American attention when he wrote and directed his 1992 cult horror film classic "Candyman." Danny Huston is an Award-winning actor, writer and director known for his versatility and dramatic screen presence. Most recognized for his roles in films like Martin Scorsese's The Aviator, Alfonso Cuaron's Children of Men and Alejandro Inarritu's 21 Grams, Huston has worked with some of the finest film directors of his generation. Huston got his start directing Mr. North with Robert Mitchum, Anthony Edwards and his sister Anjelica Huston. He went on to give his breakthrough acting performance in the independent film Ivansxtc for which he was nominated for Best Male Performance at the 2003 Independent Spirit Awards. In 2013, his critically acclaimed role of Ben the butcher in Magic City (STARZ), earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. His other television acting work includes the hit television series Masters Of Sex (Showtime), a recurring role in the hugely popular American Horror Story (FX), and performances in You Don't Know Jack (HBO)with Al Pacino and John Adams (HBO/Playtone).

Bernard Rose on TOMMY

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After hitting pay dirt with The Land That Time Forgot, Britain's Amicus Productions returned to Edgar Rice Burroughs for another lost world adventure, this time inspired by his public domain hollow-earth Pellucidar novels. Victorian scientist Peter Cushing's ornate drilling machine penetrates the center of the earth and lands Doug McClure and himself in a prehistoric labyrinth. If you like telepathic Pterodactyls this one's for you! As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over at the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍 But wait! There's more! TFH has a podcast! It's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Simplecast: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 RSS: 🤍

LOST: Desmond and Locke/MiB at Bernard and Rose's cabin [6x17-18-The End]

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BERNARD ROSE - Count Jackula Interviews

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At this year's Days of the Dead festival in LA, we got to talk to BERNARD ROSE the director of Candyman. Be on the lookout for a roaming, TONY TODD, in this video as well. That guy can be anywhere. If you want to see our trip vlogs about Days of the Dead, go here: 🤍 ➞ FOLLOW on Twitter: 🤍count_jackula (🤍 ➞ LIKE our Facebook: 🤍 ➞ VISIT: 🤍 Proud member of CHANNEL AWESOME (🤍) Proud member of Crypt TV (follow 🤍CrypTV or visit 🤍)

FULL, unedited Interview with Candyman Director Bernard Rose

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The Horrorble Crew talks with Bernard Rose, mastermind behind Paperhouse, Candyman and Frankenstein (2015) among other great films. Come along as we discuss Rose's films, past and present, and discuss the state of modern horror. Podcast Episode: 🤍 Podcast Link: 🤍 We are the Horrorble Podcast! Come listen to us every Wednesday as we review and banter over 3 horror films. We also interview people in the horror industry. We are fans of horror with loads of experience and knowledge on the genre - but we do NOT consider ourselves "horror-buffs." Join us to hear a very face-value perspective on various films. We're also spoiler-free so feel free to refer to us for your next scary choice in movie. We're on iTunes and Stitcher! E-mail: HorrorblePodcast🤍gmail.com Twitter: 🤍HorrorbleCast

Bernard Rose, Preces and Responses

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Sung during Choral Evensong at Trinity Cathedral (Episcopal) in Cleveland, Ohio December 2, 2015 Trinity Chamber Singers Todd Wilson, Choirmaster Bradley Upham, Cantor Trinity Chamber Singers (Trinity Episcopal Cathedral; Cleveland, OH; USA)

Rose: Responses

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Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Rose: Responses · Wells Cathedral Choir · Bernard Rose · Malcolm Archer · Rupert Gough Evensong For St. Andrew's Day ℗ 2007 Lammas Released on: 2007-10-29 Music Publisher: G. SCHIRMER, INC. OBO NOVELLO & COMPANY LTD. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Bernard Rose on THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA

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This is the oldest title we've ever featured on this site, mainly because it's not easy to come up with silent-era trailers.  Justly celebrated for Lon Chaney's amazing performance and makeup, the film itself is a tattered amalgam of rewrites, reshoots and  recuts, further complicated by more shooting for a sound-on-disc reissue.  Originally all the opera scenes were in two-color Technicolor, but only the masked ball scene survives in color.  Although named to the National Film Registry, no definitive version exists. As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over at the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍 But wait! There's more! TFH has a podcast! It's THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME, where you can join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and Trailers From Hell Fearless Leader Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. Apple Podcasts: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Simplecast: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 RSS: 🤍

BBC Choral Evensong: Magdalen Oxford 1969 (Bernard Rose)

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Live BBC radio broadcast 4 June 1969, with the choir of Magdalen College Oxford, directed by Bernard Rose. Organ scholar: John Toll. Responses: Bernard Rose Psalms 22 (Camidge), 23 (Anon) Lessons: 1 Samuel 7; St. Mark 2, vv 1-22 Canticles: Collegium Magdalenae (Geoffrey Bush) Anthem: Great Lord of Lords (John McCabe) Radio Times lists as an introit (Bernard Rose’s “Dominus custodit te”) but unfortunately it is missing from this recording, as are the Lessons and other parts of the service, all of which were edited out before the tape was donated to the Archive.

Bernard Rose on KAGEMUSHA

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Come rule the kingdom with THE MOVIES THAT MADE ME! Our podcast! Join Oscar-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson and his, ummm, "co-host" Joe Dante in conversation with filmmakers, comedians, and all-around interesting people about the movies that made them who they are. Check it out now, and please subscribe wherever podcasts can be found. iTunes: 🤍 Spotify: 🤍 Libsyn: 🤍 Google Play: 🤍 As always, you can find more commentary, more reviews, more podcasts, and more deep-dives into the films you don't know you love yet over on the Trailers From Hell mothership: 🤍

CANDYMAN (1992) - Commentary by Bernard Rose & Tony Todd

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Recorded in 2018 for the Collector's Edition Blu-ray release of the film which you can buy here: 🤍 This commentary has been edited for YouTube.

Traveling Light | A Bernard Rose Film | NOW IN THEATERS

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SEE AVAILABLE LOS ANGELES / NEW YORK CITY SHOWTIMES: 🤍 Traveling Light tells the story of Caddy (Tony Todd) over a twenty four hour period on May 30th 2020 as he searches for his missing son who has been living on the streets, while working as an Uber/Delivery driver during the early days of the Pandemic in Los Angeles. His path crosses Harry (Danny Huston), a cult leader who is holding a bizarre happening/ceremony up on Mulholland drive where Todd (Stephen Dorff) and Mary (Olivia d’Abo) are attending as acolytes. All the while news of the horrific murder of George Floyd reverberates around the city as the social fabric collapses and we realize we are witnessing the end of an era… Funny and frightening in equal measure, Traveling Light is a Bunuelian satire of bourgeoisie life in Los Angeles at a moment of extreme crisis. #BernardRose #TravelingLight #TonyTodd

Bernard Rose interview about Paperhouse film

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Bernard Rose video interview about Paperhouse film. Great movie of the eighties While suffering from glandular fever, 11-year-old Anna Madden draws a house. When she falls asleep, she has disturbing dreams in which she finds herself inside the house she has drawn. After she draws a face at the window, in her next dream she finds a disabled boy named Marc living in the house. She learns from her doctor that Marc is a real person. Anna sketches her father into the drawing so that he can help carry Marc away, but she inadvertently gives him an angry expression which she then crosses out, and the father (who has been away a lot and has a drinking problem, putting a strain on his marriage) appears in the dream as a furious, blinded ogre. Anna and Marc defeat the monster and shortly afterward Anna recovers, although the doctor reveals that Marc's condition is deteriorating. Anna's father returns home and both parents seem determined to get over their marital difficulties. The family goes on holiday by the sea, where Anna finds an epilogue to her dream.

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