John Dies at the End trailer pick from episode 54 – Bullit, from November 1, 2012 Back in late 2012, Pete and Andy hadn’t yet limited themselves to one trailer pick each during a podcast episode. This was one of Andy’s picks that week. If you remember the era of late night cable movies, John…

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As I was writing about The History of Future Folk last week, I realized that I have watched several of the films that Pete and Andy have selected as their trailer pick of the week. Many of their picks are films that are high profile, and which you most likely have seen or put in…

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Note: I am ONLY referring to the first three  films, since those were the films that we fell in love with and created the foundation of our Star Wars geekdom.   1. A long time ago … Star Wars was theatrically released 36 years ago. Sometimes it’s difficult to put numbers in perspective. For those…

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After the Film Board’s brutal takedown of The Wolverine on Sunday, I noticed that our discussion focused primarily on the flaws in the last two thirds of the film. Early in the discussion we all agree that this film started off strong, but we did not delve into a discussion of what those strengths were.…

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There’s nothing like watching James Bond films to get a sense of all the amazing places around the world.  But it’s hard to really get a sense as to how much James Bond has actually travelled without mapping it all out, which would require a hefty James Bond marathon (there’s nothing wrong with that!).  Well,…

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Anyone and everyone should be a fan of the Bluths.  Haven’t seen “Arrested Development” yet?  Check it out.  In the meantime, artist Marisa Seguin designed 8 Valentine’s Day cards inspired by the characters in the show.  What a way to tell another fan of the show how much you love them this Valentine’s Day.  Check…

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Curious about the shorts that get nominations for Oscars but frustrated that you never have a way to actually watch them?  Well have no fear, our friends over at BleedingCool.com are here.  They don’t have Best Live Action Short or Best Documentary Short (hopefully soon?) but they do have the 5 short animated films nominated…

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If you aren’t a Disney Movies Online member, you’d have missed the email alerting you that the service is closing on December 31. Andy and I have talked at some length over the years about the future of distribution and this closure likely bodes well for users as the Disney digital deal was, ultimately, inane. …

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Great find from friend of the show Curt Siffert: … this entry in Wikipedia is hilarious. So, Mel Brooks originally wanted to name the movie “Springtime For Hitler” but the film studios wouldn’t allow it because of bad taste. But then according to wikipedia… “In Sweden, however, the title literally translates as ”Springtime For Hitler“.…

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