Monday, July 6, 2020

The Shining - Supplement

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 commentary for The Shining, here's a few extra bits you might find interesting...

Episode 100: The Shining (Commentary)


We've reached episode 100 and what better way to celebrate than to offer our views on one of the most debated motion pictures of all time? We're getting lost in the hedge maze of Stanley Kubrick's iconic horror film The Shining, and to up the ante, we're making this our first audio commentary. Watch the movie with us as we identify differences between Stephen King's novel and Kubrick's adaptation, ponder the film's apparent discrepancies and continuity errors, and debate the morality of Kubrick's directing methodology. Cue up your copy of the movie and listen for our countdown to start. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers (obviously), and all work and no play.


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Thursday, May 28, 2020

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea - Supplement

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 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, here's a few extra bits you might find interesting...

Episode 99: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea



In this episode we face nurse sharks, a relatively large squid, and Kirk Douglas' bare chest as we take a cruise with Disney's live-action classic adventure 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Along the way, Tim discusses Walt Disney's quest for revenge over the loss of Oswald the Lucky Rabbit while Corinne reminisces about Disney World's clunky Nautilus ride. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers, and bad James Mason impersonations.


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Saturday, April 11, 2020

Midnight Run - Supplement

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 Midnight Run, here's a few extra bits you might find interesting...



Episode 98: Midnight Run


We all may be stuck at home at the moment but for this episode we're taking a cinematic road trip as we watch Midnight Run from 1988. We discuss the film's mix of crime and comedy, the conflicted morality of De Niro's bounty hunter character, and our different reactions to Danny Elfman's bluesy score. Meanwhile Corinne shares her legal expertise (courtesy of Law and Order) and Tim notes which members of the cast have been squashed by King Kong. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers, and celebratory donuts.



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Tuesday, February 25, 2020

Boston Science Fiction Marathon SF45 - Supplement

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 Boston Science Fiction Marathon, here's a few extra bits you might find interesting...



Episode 97: Boston Science Fiction Marathon SF45


Once again we're staying up all night as we keep pace with the big closing event of the annual Boston Science Fiction Film Festival, the brain-melting 24-hour Sci-Fi Marathon! During this year's stellar movie line-up, we'll expose unsafe experimental practices, explore the role of giant animals in food supply research, and go on the run with super-powered families. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers, and pop culture-inspired coffee maker naming conventions.



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Friday, January 31, 2020

The Best of 2019 - Supplement


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 Best Movies of 2019, here's a few extra bits you might find interesting...


Episode 96: The Best of 2019


It's that time again; in our first episode of 2020 we take a look back at the past year to point out our favorite films of 2019. Along the way we discuss movies so devastatingly effective we'll think twice before seeing them again, box office disappointments of 2019 that deserved a bigger audience, and the sophomore efforts of several impressive horror auteurs. Which films will make the cut? Find out here. Warning: Contains explicit language, mild spoilers, and stoned sexagenarians.



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