Allison Crowe: New “Running For Home” Video

Another installment from Allison Crowe's upcoming 16-song "visual album" featuring footage from the 1947 surrealist film Dreams That Money Can Buy. I'll post the full 16-video playlist here upon its release. Running for Home from Allison Crowe on Vimeo. Buy Allison Crowe Music @ Amazon Allison Crowe Official Site

Allison Crowe: New “Spiral” Video

Another new video from Allison Crowe's upcoming 16-song "visual album." Allison's original song "Spiral"" is here paired with footage from the 1947 surrealist film Dreams That Money Can Buy. I'll post the full 16-video playlist here upon its release. Spiral from Allison Crowe on Vimeo. Buy Allison Crowe Music @ Amazon Allison Crowe Official Site

Allison Crowe: New “Disease” Video

Today marks the first official release from Allison Crowe's upcoming 16-song "visual album." This time her original song "Disease" is paired with footage from a 1947 classic experimental film called The Girl with the Prefabricated Heart. Allison plans to release a video each day, culminating in the full 16-video playlist. Buy Allison Crowe Music @... Continue Reading →

DVD Review: The Clock

The Clock is a lesser known Judy Garland film about a couple of strangers caught up in a whirlwind romance in World War II-era New York. Strangers on a Train's Robert Walker stars as a WWII soldier named Joe on leave in NYC, who literally runs into secretary Alice (Garland) in Grand Central Station. Lonely... Continue Reading →

DVD Review: The Shop Around The Corner

The Shop Around The Corner is a charming 1940 black and white film about a love born from the correspondence between two strangers. Set in a Hungarian gift shop, the classic film starred James Stewart and Margaret Sullavan as pen pals who fall in love with each other through their letters. The twist to the... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑