Episode 46: The Apple

Special Guests:
Menahem Golan, Coby Recht, Iris Yotvat, Joss Ackland, George S. Clinton, & Catherine Mary Stewart


Time to break out your BIM marks... we're talking about The Apple, the oft-maligned musical that combines Genesis, Revelation, and a little Faust which takes place in the distance future... 1994. See how the world will really look like.

Co-hosts this week are Eric Bresler from Cinedelphia and Dan Tabor of Geekadelphia. There's a whole lot of delphia going on.

Links:
Read Judge Crabb's opinion on Recht Vs. MGM
Get Coby Recht's new CD
Iris Yotvat's Official Website
Cathrine Mary Stewart's Facebook Fan Page
Read Joss Ackland's autobiography
Buy The Apple on DVD
Download The Apple Soundtrack
Read about another cut of The Apple

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Here are all of the raw interviews with Coby Recht, Iris Yotvat, Joss Ackland, George S. Clinton, & Catherine Mary Stewart



The Apple Trailer

3 comments:

  1. The Apple is an amazing film. It makes me so happy whenever I watch it. It has its problems, certainly, such as acting, dialogue, plot, sanity, but who cares? This is a film that uses the same 30 extras in every scene, so much so that you can devise drinking games for when each one appears. Drink twice for each Finola Hughes. Every time you think the film has peaked, or is about to finally lose its energy, it comes back bashing. Allan Love is amazing. George Gilmour is the first male lead with a cameltoe. It is easily one of the funnest films you can ever watch, "un" and intentionally. I've used it in film classes to demonstrate tracking shots, editing, and insanity. But especially the Fellini meets Greenaway meets Ed Wood sequence that is "Showbizness", which looks like it was shot in the lobby of either a mid-sized airport or mid-sized city civic center, and which contains the single worst tap dance number in filmdom. And also Yma Sumac. There are few films out there I love as much as The Apple, on every level. God Bless you for doing this.

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  2. The problem with most "bad" movies is that they're deadly dull. "The Apple" is never, ever boring. As soon as your chin snaps back into position after hitting your chest in amazement, there's yet another bashit crazy scene to take in.

    It's amazing.

    Thanks for the fascinating behind-the-scenes look at this movie.

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  3. Oh, and if you care, my thoughts on the film are here: http://jddblog.blogspot.com/2010/10/bite-me.html

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