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Richard Stanley - Richard Stanley Reads The Island Of Dr. Moreau By H.G. Wells

Richard Stanley - Richard Stanley Reads The Island Of Dr. Moreau By H.G. Wells
  • Performer Richard Stanley
  • Title Richard Stanley Reads The Island Of Dr. Moreau By H.G. Wells
  • Date of release 2015
  • Country US
  • Label Severin Films
  • Catalog number SEV9564
  • Other formats CD
  • Genre TV - Radio
  • Size MP3 2330 mb
  • Size FLAC 2822 mb
  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 452

Tracklist

1Chapter 15
2Chapter 5
3Chapter 10
4Chapter 21
5Chapter 14
6Chapter 20
7Chapter 9
8Chapter 19
9Chapter 2
10Chapter 12
11Chapter 3
12Chapter 16
13Chapter 22
14Chapter 7
15Chapter 6
16Chapter 13
17Chapter 8
18Chapter 4
19Chapter 18
20Chapter 17
21Chapter 11
22Chapter 1

Notes

Disc 3 of the special 3-disc 'House of Pain' edition of Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley's Island of Dr. Moreau released by Severin Films in 2015. Bonus CD-ROM exclusive new audiobook recording: H.G. Wells' "The Island of Dr. Moreau" unexpurgated - read by Richard Stanley

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Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanleys Island of Dr. Moreau is a 2014 documentary that was directed by David Gregory. The film had its world premiere at the London FrightFest Film Festival on August 24, 2014, and covers Richard Stanley's experiences while he conceived and developed the project, as well as his time as director for the 1996 film The Island of Dr. Moreau and the aftermath of his departure and the effect it had on the cast, crew, and overall film. Richard Stanleys The Island of Dr. Moreau - which can hardly be called Richard Stanleys The Island of Dr. Moreau , as he was fired from production only three days after it started - joined the storied halls of notoriously troubled film production disasters shortly after its release, and was even the subject of a documentary, David Gregorys Lost Souls , that attempted to. explain how the movie went so wrong. The Dr. Moreau that was released in 1996 starred Marlon Brando and Val Kilmer , was directed by John Frankenhemier, and was a critical and audience failure. He hasnt yet decided if his version of H. Wells book will be more suited to. In The Island of Dr. Moreau, a shipwrecked gentleman named Edward Prendick, stranded on a Pacific island lorded over by the notorious Dr. Moreau, confronts dark secrets, strange creatures, and a reason to run for his life. If you read this book for a book club, you might also be interested in the short story The Most Dangerous Game by Richard Connell. We look at David Gregory's documentary Lost Soul about the harrowing behind-the-scenes story of Richard Stanley and the making of 1996's The Island of by John Frankenheimer, Richard Stanley. With David Thewlis, Marlon Brando, Val Kilmer, Fairuza Balk. After being rescued and brought to an island, a man discovers that its inhabitants are experimental animals being turned into strange-looking humans, all of it the work of a visionary doctor. A new retelling of the H. G Wells novel, The Island of Dr Moreau, the tale of a castaway washed ashore on an island inhabited by a mad doctor and his hybrid creations. Set in the year 2010, Dr. Moreau has successfully combined human and animal DNA to make a crossbreed animal. Cult director Richard Stanley, who helmed the 1996 version of The Island of Dr. Moreau, is developing a new adaptation after 21 years. The Island of Dr Moreau is the 1896 novel by author H. Wells that is as relevant for its anti-vivisection stance today as it was back then. Two major movies of the story exist already, but Stanley had been working on an updated version for some time before landing the project with New Line. After two cult Indie films Hardware and Dust Devil, it was his first major studio film, and he was confronted by the egos of Marlon Brando and Val Kilmer. by Richard Stanley. Michael Herr Revised by Walon Green Based upon the novel by H. FADE IN. I told you to fucking STAY FORWARD You want me to tell Dr. Moreau about this M'Ling turns slowly and moves away. Montgomery turns, glancing nervously back at Prendick. PRENDICK What are these animals They are interrupted by a loud YELP and a VOLLEY OF CURSES from the companionway. M'Ling runs pathetically back onto the deck pursued by a heavy, red-haired MAN in a white cap. Writer-helmer Stanley was a South African horrorsci-fi prodigy whod attracted favorable fan notice with modestly budgeted thrillers Hardware 1990 and Dust Devil 1992. A fan of Wells tale since childhood, he was not yet 30 when New Line greenlit his proposed remake, following in the footsteps of 1932s memorable if not particularly faithful Charles Laughton vehicle Island of Lost Souls and the middling Burt LancasterMichael York Moreau of 1977. Original director Richard Stanley was fired from the project three days into filming the picture starring Val Kilmer and Marlon Brando. Rating: NR. A wildly entertaining effort and a must-see for anyone who walked out of The Island of Dr. Moreau confused and maybe a little irritated. October 16, 2014 Rating: B Full Review Brian Orndorf. Richard Stanley's vision of Wells' hellish utopia never materialized, but its legacy makes for an appropriately insane real-life narrative every bit as brilliantly mad and maddening as the fiction promised to be. October 14, 2014 Full Review Simon Foster. Richard Stanley: I started messing around with Super 8 movies when I was ten or 11 years old. I was a huge Ray Harryhausen fan and managed to mail-order his book Film Fantasy Scrapbook. From staring at the Famous Monsters fan page I could see that there were other kids around the world who were also making creatures and admiring the same films. My father is also the one who gave me a copy of The Island of Dr. I read it when I was very young and was moved by Moreau's beast people in the same way that King Kong moved me. It is certainly H. Wells's most interesting and developed work. What became of the 1996 film must have cut you pretty deep