Saturday, January 23, 2016
While we try to cover as much as we can in our episodes, there's always more to see, hear, and read about a movie that can enhance your viewing experience. If you enjoyed our episode on The Thing, here's a few extra bits you might find interesting...
Corinne and Tim try to figure out who's who as they watch John Carpenter's version of The Thing from 1982. Listen in as we speculate on why the film failed critically and commercially during the busy summer of '82, comment on the film's themes of isolation and paranoia, and discuss the lack of women in the cast. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers, and some unorthodox chess strategy.
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Is it possible to discuss The Thing without sounding like a David Mamet play? Would you like to offer your views on 'Thing' physiology? Do you know where we can download a computer program that can predict doomsday to within a few hours? Leave a comment and keep the discussion going.