Jeffrey passed away June 8th, 2011

Posted: Thu, 9 Jun 2011 9:42:12 PDT

It's never good news when a web developer has to leave a message on a website.  Today it's the worst news of them all.

Jeff passed away last night while enjoying a meal with friends.

I'll post the information about his services when I know.

If you would like to leave a message here remembering Jeff please send them to wapped@gmail.com I'll start posting those messages tomorrow. The messages will only be at www.thecultureofpop.com since this site has been dorment for so long.

We will miss you Jeff.

FIRST LOOK: Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition

Posted: Tue, 15 Sep 2009 12:45:01 PDT

The first movie I remember seeing as a toddler thanks to my Mom is hitting Blu-Ray on Tuesday, October 6th. Enjoy an advance look via this trailer here from our friends at Disney/BVHE.

Dazzling All New ‘Diamond Collection’ Makes History Again
Premieres October 6, 2009 on Blu-ray™+ DVD Combo Pack
 
 Standard Definition DVD Available November 24, 2009

Burbank, Calif., August 28, 2009 – Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment (WDSHE) proudly
marks two groundbreaking milestones with the highly-anticipated October 6 high definition debut of
the most acclaimed animated movie ever made. Walt Disney’s original classic Snow White and the
Seven Dwarfs, which made history in 1937 as the first full-length animated feature, is the premiere
entry in a spectacular all-new product line—Disney’s Diamond Collection. And, in an industry first, the
historic release will make its bow on Disney Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack (two Blu-ray discs + DVD) a
full seven weeks before the Deluxe Two-Disc Classic standard definition DVD becomes available on
November 24.  
 
Presented with flawless newly restored picture and 7.1 Digital Theater System Hi-Def Surround
Sound, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition promises to set a new standard in
home entertainment. The most immersive and highest level viewing experience ever available, it
includes unparalleled features, exclusive and updatable high
definition content, superior picture and sound, and much more.  
 
Perfectly timed for holiday gift giving and available for a limited time only, the historic Snow White
and the Seven Dwarfs Diamond Edition comes with a spectacular assortment of all new bonus
features, including:
 
Blu-ray™ Bonus Features
• Magic Mirror – Using the latest in Blu-ray technology, the iconic magic Mirror guides the
audience through the Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Diamond Edition features with
ease, serving as the host for an incredibly immersive experience. The Mirror will recognize
viewing patterns, knows where the audience has left off and will even suggest where to navigate
next. This marks the first use of this technology in a Disney Blu-ray release and provides
viewers with the control to personally create a customized Snow White experience  
• DisneyView – Disney’s pioneering animated feature is brought to the modern era of widescreen
high definition viewing by allowing the user to expand their viewing experience beyond the
original aspect ratio of the film. Utilizing Disney Blu-ray technology, acclaimed Disney artist Toby
Bluth was able to draw beyond the borders of the classic full frame cinema and fill the otherwise
dark edges of the screen with beautiful custom imagery, giving audiences a new view of the
animated classic favorite.  
• About Toby Bluth – Disney artist Toby Bluth tells how the movie inspired him to
       create the superb DisneyView art.  
• Audio Commentary with Walt Disney, hosted by John Canemaker    
• “The Princess and the Frog” Sneak Peek  
 
BACKSTAGE DISNEY: DIAMOND EDITION
• Snow White Returns - Newly discovered storyboards suggest a brand new Snow White
featurette that never got made.  For the first time, current Disney animators show how this short
story would have played.
• Mirror, Mirror On The Wall – Through BD-Live, this mirror can find the secret princess inside
each viewer, then create for them a personal message from their favorite princess who will call
them on the telephone.  
• Hyperion Studios – Audiences are digitally transported to 1937 to discover first-hand Hyperion
Studios, the original studio Walt Disney himself built where Snow White was conceived and
developed. Viewers will virtually walk the halls of this historic landmark, experiencing life at
Hyperion Studios in the 1930s. This amazing “Backstage Disney” feature contains newly
dimensionalized archival photos, never-before-heard animator recordings, archival transcripts
and rare footage of Walt himself revealing how Disney’s gifted filmmakers crafted the very first
animated feature.
• The One That Started It All - This featurette reveals how Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
forever changed the world of movies and the world at large.

MUSIC & MORE
• “Someday My Prince Will Come” – Music video by Tiffany Thornton   
 
FAMILY PLAY (GAMES & ACTIVITIES)
• What Do You See? – To win this exciting interactive game, players must untangle      scrambled
images.   
• Jewel Jumble – Players put jewels from the Dwarfs’ mine in the proper order to       win this
game.   
   
DVD Bonus Features
• Audio Commentary with Walt Disney, hosted by John Canemaker
• “The Princess and the Frog” Sneak Peek  
• Snow White Returns - Newly discovered storyboards suggest a brand new Snow White
featurette that never got made.  For the first time, current Disney animators show how this
short story would have played.
• The One That Started It All - This featurette reveals how Snow White and the Seven
Dwarfs forever changed the world of movies and the world at large.
• “Someday My Prince Will Come” – Music video by Tiffany Thornton
• Dopey’s Wild Mine Ride – An interactive set-top game for the whole family
• Animation Voice Talent  
• Disney Through The Decades – A series of video segments with celebrity hosts
• “Heigh-Ho” Karaoke Sing-Along
• Dylan & Cole Sprouse: Blu-ray™ Is Suite!   
• Learn How To Take Your Favorite Movies On The Go  
 
 
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs has been unavailable in any form, since 2001. The film earned a
1939 honorary Academy Award® for “significant screen innovation which has charmed millions, and
pioneered a great new entertainment field." And now, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Blu-ray
becomes the ultimate home entertainment experience with state-of-the-art picture restoration and a
pristine 7.1 Digital Theater System Hi-Def Surround Sound.  
  
About Disney’s New Blu-ray™ Diamond Collection:
The new Blu-ray™ Diamond Collection represents The Walt Disney Studio’s most prestigious
animated classics.  The Blu-ray Diamond Edition Discs will be comprised of 14 of Walt Disney’s most
treasured animated classic titles to be released through 2016.  These titles represent the highest level  
of picture and sound, feature groundbreaking, state-of-the-art immersive bonus content, and include
unprecedented levels of interactivity, personalization and customization, only made possible by Blu-
ray technology.
 
About Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs:  
Celebrated as an entertainment landmark for over 70 years, the first full-length animated film ever
made, and still the ‘fairest of them all,” Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’ world premiere
represented a major milestone for the world of animation, a giant leap forward for The Walt Disney
Company. It is one of the most beloved and most watched films in history. As one of the first films
ever to be designated for preservation by the Library of Congress, it has been entertaining
moviegoers and critics alike for decades. It is also the first film ever to have a motion picture
soundtrack, as well as the first film that uses music to advance the story. To date, Snow White and
the Seven Dwarfs has been released theatrically a total of nine times. 

The Culture Of Pop: Something New, Indeed: Remastered Beatles CD's Sneak Preview..

Posted: Tue, 8 Sep 2009 15:59:54 PDT

Sneak Previewing The New Beatles CD's, Part I

Ladies and gentlemen? They're baaaaaack....as our (now month long) coverage of Beatlemania 2009 begins.

Coming across the universe to my mailbox this afternoon (well, the package actually hailed/made its way from Los Angeles to me, but that seems a universe away to me, anyway): A two disc sampler from Capitol Records/Apple with 32 tracks from the remastered Beatles catalog hitting stores tomorrow on (all together now): 09-09-09).

As a fan for 45 of my 47 years, I've heard this band's music in every format from 1st pressing monophonic vinyl to 5.1 DVD soundtrack mixes and all points in between: Capitol-ized stereo, godawful 8 track, slightly better cassette, imports, boots, re-releases taken from God knows what number generation master tapes and the mostly dissappointingly flat sounding 1987 original release of the catalog on CD (save for the excellent re-mixed versions of Help! and Rubber Soul which sadly met with shocking indifference from picky long time fans).

Judging from the results on the first 12 tracks on the 2-disc promotional sampler I recieved today that I've heard so far? I think there's going to be quite a few billion fab and gear kindred spirits struggling to pry themselves away from their CD's players tomorrow..and for a whole life long.

Track by track thoughts; Phase One:

I Saw Her Standing There: Any worries about the early two-track recordings from the early part of the band's career still sounding rough and inferior on CD? Gone once the lads get rocking after Paul's infamous count in. The presence of the vocals stun from the get go..and for the first time ever, I can hear John's rhythm playing come to the fore in the right hand channel along with Paul's funky bass playing really standing out, too (Macca's bass playing is noticeably/wonderfully improved on many of the early tracks, btw).

I Wanna Be Your Man: First time I've heard the 1st generation British mix of this song in stereo. Ringo's double track vocals have a ironic warmth to them conisidering this is such a rocker.

This Boy: Wonderfully quiet, intimate sound to the point that not only can I pick out the individual harmonies of John, Paual and George, but there's nuances to Lennon's vocals that I've never heard before.

Things We Said Today: Great to finally hear this song in British stereo for the first time minus the reverb Capitol added stateside to it's appearance on the "Something New" album.

Eight Days A Week
: Grinning ear to ear from start to finish hearing this one; one of my top 10 Beatles songs. Sounds like you're listening to this from the master console of Abbey Road. Crystal clear. Such a treat to hear George's electric guitar riff that counters John's acoustic strumming stand out so well.

You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
: After listening to this heartfelt, lovely ballad for over 40 years, I had tears form in my eyes for the first time ever when John's vocals came in on this remastered version. Shockingly intimate; like you're mere inches away from him and his jumbo Gibson acoustic in the studio. Beautiful crispness to the acoustic guitars and flutes.

If I Needed Someone
: Another one that had me all smiles for two minutes plus. George's vocals, his unforgettable 12 string riff, John & Paul's enthusiastic harmony support...Love it! Great teaser for what should be an amazing re-master of Rubber Soul.

Rain: First so-so moment on the sampler for me. Always loved the wide mix of this song that appeared on the American Hey Jude (aka The Beatles Again) album. Although the narrow British mix is not quite as appealing to my ears, it still possess good stereo separation and is clear as a bell. Gonna have to go back to my '87 Past Masters CD to re-listen to the version included there, for I don't recall Rain sounding so narrow on it.

Here, There and Everywhere: Two words. Jaw. Dropping. Oh, to have been witness to Paul's reaction upon hearing one of his favorite musical kids sound so stunning 43 summers later. By far the highlight of the remastered tracks I've heard so far and one that beautifully demonstrates how far digital techonology has come over the last 22 years since the original CD's landed.Will the rest of Revolver sound this aurally scrumptous on CD at last? Tomorrow never knows.

Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite: Since the '87 Sgt. Pepper CD was so well done, not much of an improvement to me. Actually sounds a bit low key sound wise in comparison. Will have to A/B the '87 Pepper CD release for comparison.

The Fool On The Hill
: Along with the controversial remasterings of Help! and  Rubber Soul on their respective 1987 CD releases, Magical Mystery Tour  remains one of the best sounding CD's from that era. Like Mr. Kite from Pepper I commented on previously, how can you improve on something that was lovely sounding to start with? Perhaps a bit less tape noise, slightly cleaner, but otherwise...

Glass Onion: From the irressistable groove Ringo's drumming brings to this track being allowed a chance to really breathe for the first time (on any recorded format at that) to John's wonderfully compressed vocal, what a teaser for the remastered White Album which was such a disaapointment to me sound wise. If the remainining 29 tracks from that classic double album sound this good? I'll name all my kids after the EMI engineers that worked wonders. Even if they're all girls. We can work it out.

More track by track reviews of remastered Beatles tracks coming in time for the big day tomorrow...and need I say "a splendid (read) is guaranteeed for all"?

Also coming in days/weeks ahead, podcast interviews from noted Beatles experts including Steve Marrinucci (Beatles Examiner), Jorie Gracen (The Macca Report), Al Sussman (Beatlefan Magazine) and a multi-part video interview with beloved singer/songwriter Neil Innes (Bonzo Dog Band/Monty Python/The Rutles).

-Jeffrey Rosado



Ladies and gentlemen? They're baaaaaack....

Coming across the universe to my mailbox this afternoon (well, the package actually hailed/made its way from Los Angeles to me, but that seems a universe away to me, anyway): A two disc sampler from Capitol Records/Apple with 32 tracks from the remastered Beatles catalog hitting stores tomorrow (all together now: 09-09-09).

As a fan for 45 of my 47 years, I've heard this band's music in every format from 1st pressing monophonic vinyl to 5.1 DVD soundtrack mixes and all points in between: Capitol-ized stereo, godawful 8 track, slightly better cassette, imports, boots, re-releases taken from God knows what number generation master tapes and the mostly dissappointingly flat sounding 1987 original release of the catalog on CD (save for the excellent re-mixed versions of Help! and Rubber Soul which sadly met with shocking indifference from some long time fans).

Judging from the results on first 12 tracks on the 2-disc promotional sampler I recieved today that I've heard so far? I think there's going to be quite a few billion kindred spirits struggling to pry themselves away from their CD's players tomorrow..and for a whole life long.

Track by track thoughts; Phase One:

I Saw Her Standing There: Any worries about the early two-track recordings from the early part of the band's career still sounding rough and inferior on CD? Gone once the lads get rocking after Paul's infamous count in. The presence of the vocals stun from the get go..and for the first time ever, I can hear John's rhythm playing come to the fore in the right hand channel along with Paul's funky bass playing really standing out, too (Macca's bass playing is noticeably/wonderfully improved on many of the early tracks, btw).

I Wanna Be Your Man: First time I've heard the 1st generation British mix of this song in stereo. Ringo's double track vocals have a ironic warmth to them conisidering this is such a rocker.

This Boy: Wonderfully quiet, intimate sound to the point that not only can I pick out the individual harmonies of John, Paual and George, but there's nuances to Lennon's vocals that I've never heard before.

Things We Said Today: Great to finally hear this song in British stereo for the first time minus the reverb Capitol added stateside to it's appearance on the "Something New" album.

Eight Days A Week: Grinning ear to ear from start to finish hearing this one; one of my top 10 Beatles songs. Sounds like you're listening to this from the master console of Abbey Road. Crystal clear. Such a treat to hear George's electric guitar riff that counters John's acoustic strumming stand out so well.

You've Got To Hide Your Love Away: After listening to this heartfelt, lovely ballad for over 40 years, I had tears form in my eyes for the first time ever when John's vocals came in on this remastered version. Shockingly intimate; like you're mere inches away from him and his jumbo Gibson acoustic in the studio. Beautiful crispness to the acoustic guitars and flutes.

If I Needed Someone: Another one that had me all smiles for two minutes plus. George's vocals, his unforgettable 12 string riff, John & Paul's enthusiastic harmony support...Love it! Great teaser for what should be an amazing re-master of Rubber Soul.

Rain: First so-so moment on the sampler for me. Always loved the wide mix of this song that appeared on the American Hey Jude (aka The Beatles Again) album. Although the narrow British mix is not quite as appealing to my ears, it still possess good stereo separation and is clear as a bell. Gonna have to go back to my '87 Past Masters CD to re-listen to the version included there, for I don't recall Rain sounding so narrow on it.

Here, There and Everywhere: Two words. Jaw. Dropping. Oh, to have been witness to Paul's reaction upon hearing one of his favorite musical kids sound so stunning 43 summers later. By far the highlight of the remastered tracks I've heard so far and one that beautifully demonstrates how far digital techonology has come over the last 22 years since the original CD's landed.

Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite: Since the '87 Sgt. Pepper CD was so well done, not much of an improvement to me. Actually sounds a bit low key sound wise in comparison. Will have to A/B the '87 release for comparison.

The Fool On The Hill: Along with the controversial remasterings of "Help!" and "Rubber Soul" on the 1987 CD releases, "Magical Mystery Tour" remains one of the best sounding CD's from that era. So like Mr. Kite from Pepper, how can you improve on something that was lovely sounding to start with? Perhaps a bit less tape noise, slightly cleaner, but otherwise...

Glass Onion: From the irressistable groove Ringo's drumming brings to this track being allowed a chance to really breathe for the first time (on any recorded format at that) to John's wonderfully compressed vocal, what a teaser for the remastered White Album which was such a disaapointment to me sound wise. If the remainining 29 tracks from that classic double albums sound this good? I'll name all my kids after the EMI engineers that worked wonders. Even if they're all girls. We can work it out.

More track by track reviews of remastered Beatles tracks coming in time for the big day tomorrow....and a splendid (read) is guaranteed for all.





The Culture Of Pop Launch, Dragon Con/Beatles 9-9-09 Coverage, Episode 85 Sneak Peek

Posted: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 14:44:46 PDT


Hi guys! Greetings from a very busy host, but a good kind of busy..Listen in to this brief, informal dispatch with news on the official web site launch of our sister podcast (The Culture Of Pop), forthcoming coverage of Dragon Con and an excerpt from my interview from Beatles Examiner writer Steve Marinucci on the forthcoming Beatles CD re-masters.

Speaking of which, stay tuned for an Beatles 9-9-09 coverage all week long on The Culture Of Pop beginning on Tuesday including special podcast interviews with Al Sussman (Beatlefan Magazine), Jorie Gracen (The Macca Report) and others....

..and oh yeah, a little talk about Episode 85 of the Marquee coming soon.

Best,

Jeffrey


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Episode 85-Summertime DVD Potpourri!

Posted: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 17:28:15 PDT

        

It's spring cleaning summertime/Marquee style as Jeffrey heads 'em up and moves 'em out. Nearly 40 DVD reviews in a little under an hour including hidden gems (REC; Spring Breakdown), TV classics old and new (Pushing Daisies: Season 2; Charlie's Angels: Season 4), Blu-Ray debuts (Midnight Express; Fatal Attraction), animation (The Amazing Spider Man, G.I. Joe) and a little rock 'n' roll (Black Crowes: Warpaint: Live).

00:00 - Show Intro/Opening

1:25- Hanna Montana: The Movie

3:56 - DVD Potpourri-Part 1: Midnight Express, Charlie's Angels: The Complete Fourth Season, Fired Up: Unrated Edition, Miss March: Unrated Fully Exposed Edition, Spring Breakdown, A Day In The Life, Pushing Daisies Season 2 (Blu Ray/DVD), Leverage: The First Season,Third Watch: The Complete Second Season, ER: The Complete Eleventh Season, The Mighty Boosh Seasons 1, 2 and 3.

16:37 - Marquee Coming Attraction Trailer: Requiem For A Dream (Blu-Ray)

17:50 - DVD Potpourri-Part 2: The Black Crowes: Warpaint Live; Five Fingers, Defiance, Revolutionary Road, The Cell 2,Angel Of Death: Unrated and Unedited, 12 Rounds, Nobel Son, The Class

27:04 - Marquee Coming Attraction Trailer: Desperate Housewives: The Complete Fifth Season-The Red Hot Edition

27:44 - DVD Potpourri-Part 3: I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (Blu-Ray), The Deep (Blu-Ray),  My Bloody Valentine '09 (Blu Ray), Miracle (Blu-Ray), The Greatest Game Ever Played (Blu Ray), The Secret Life Of The American Teenager: Season Two, Grumpy Old Men (Blu-Ray) Indecent Proposal (Blu-Ray), Fracture (Blu-Ray), REC, The Haunting In Connecticut (Blu-Ray), Natures Most Amazing Events (Blu-Ray),The Wiggles Go Bananas, G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero Season 1.1, Power Rangers: Start Your Engines, The Spectacular Spider Man Season 1, Pete's Dragon: High Flying Edition

44:15 - Classic Hollywood Spotlight: Fatal Attraction (Blu-Ray)

49:35 - Closing Thoughts; Sneak Preview Of Episode 85
 
55:19 -  Playout Music: Hey Grandma-The Black Crowes (from Warpaint: Live-Courtesy Of Eagle Vision)


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Show 84 Coming...

Posted: Mon, 31 Aug 2009 1:12:56 PDT

Hey guys...we've hit a technical snag with post production of Episode 84 that we hope to have cleared up by the end of today (Monday- 8/31/09).  Updates both here and on our Twitter feed on this installment featuring reviews of Hannah Montanna: The Movie, Pete's Dragon: High Flying Edition and over 20 other titles.

Scrubs Season 8 Bloopers!

Posted: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 15:35:25 PDT

 

Out this week from Disney/Touchstone, enjoy these bloopers taken from the Special Features section of Scrubs: The Complete Eighth Season..We'll be featuring a review of this set on a forthcoming edition of the podcast.

 

Episode 83: I Love You, Man; The Soloist, Dr. Strangelove (Blu-Ray), Peanuts 1960's Collection

Posted: Sat, 22 Aug 2009 16:51:32 PDT

Odd couples like the one pictured above (Paul Rudd, Jason Siegel) are prevalent on this week's show with reviews of I Love You, Man, Obsessed and The Soloist. Along with the usual eclectic popurri segment, Jeffrey raves over the blu-ray debut of a Stanley Kubrick classic (Dr. Strangelove) and pays tribute to a funny round headed kid who dared to rock a yellow shirt with a black zig zag line when it wasn't fashionable (Peanuts: 1960's Collection).

Join us on:

Follow us on Twitter See us at MySpace Get this episode on iTunes Watch the Marquee on YouTube

 


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Episode 82: Remembering John Hughes

Posted: Sun, 9 Aug 2009 17:26:48 CST

What can I add about the passing one of Hollywood's most iconic directors and writers that hasn't been stated more eloquently in days past? But as a wiseacre once said, Life moves pretty fast...so there was no way I was going to miss paying tribute to one of my all time favorite filmmakers.

Join me as I share some of my favorite John Hughes moments, play clips/scenes you might not expect, read wonderful tributes from friends, colleagues and admirers (including Steve Martin, Ally Sheedy, Matthew Broderick, Diablo Cody, Roger Ebert, Richard Roeper, Rolling Stone's Peter Travers and many more) along with a wonderful personal story from a die hard fan who became a pen pal of the director back in his prime (remember letters, stamps and stationary, kids?)...

...and as a special treat, we will also hear from John Hughes himself as he remembers one of the key scenes from arguably his best film,

Ferris Bueller's Day Off...

Must Read Blog Entry:
Alison Byrne Fields Tribute To John Hughes

Bookmark/Come Back Anytime:
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The Culture Of Pop-The Bachelorette Recap/After The Final Rose

Posted: Fri, 31 Jul 2009 11:41:39 CST

a.k.a. The Power Of Ed's Green Man-kini Shorts:

With God (and Jillian Harris) as my witnesses, I solemnly swear that this audio overview of The Bachelorette-Season 5 finale/After The Final Rose will not F*&%$ disappoint you...

To paraphrase the Grateful Dead, what a long, strange...and equal turns hilarious, heartwarming and fun summertime TV escapism trip it has been as Jillian and Ed are experiencing their own summer of love as of this posting.

Congrats, kids...(and hey, since I have my first ever visit to the Windy City scheduled for 2010, I could sure use two down to earth tour guides...and the hot dogs and French's Mustard at Wrigley Field will be on me).

Dena and Lisa (beautybroads.com) join me to talk up three moving hours of television, our thoughts on Kiptyn and Reid being potential candidates for the next season of The Bachelor, our hopes for Jillian/Ed for the long haul...and even a little personal stuff as I talk about my American Idol based weekend in Memphis.

Thanks for listening you guys...and there's much more DVD talk/Pop Culture programing to come. - Jeffrey

My Lovely Co-Horts

Visit Dena/Lisa @BeautyBroads.com

Very Special Thanks To My Other Bachelorette '09 Contributors:

Lilianna Pannia/The Ring Bearer Web Site
Mike Spring/DVD Snapshot

Bachelorette Linkage:

Jillian Harris Blog At People.com
Chris Harrison Blog @ Entertainment Weekly
EW Pop Watch Bachelorette Blog
Trista Sutter Blog @ E! News

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