1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees

The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees • Rollerball

Rollerball

December 14, 2023

We conclude our series looking at the Hugo Award nominees for Best Dramatic Presentation in our conversation about Norman Jewison’s 1975 dystopian future sports movie, Rollerball.

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees • Monty Python and the Holy Grail

Monty Python and the Holy Grail

December 7, 2023

We continue our exploration of the films nominated at the 1976 Hugo Awards for Best Dramatic Presentation. Today, we laugh along with one of our favorites – Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Still works as well as ever, and we even try saying a few smart things about it along the way.

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees • The Stepford Wives • Member Bonus

The Stepford Wives • Member Bonus

November 30, 2023

For our November member bonus episode, we add a ‘what if?’ to our run of 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees series, talking about Bryan Forbes’ 1975 film The Stepford Wives. How does it compare to the nominees?

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees • Dark Star

Dark Star

November 30, 2023

We continue our 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees series with John Carpenter’s first film – and mostly a student film – it’s Dark Star. Is it better than a student film? Too much about hippies in space? Or does it work in some strange way?

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The Next Reel • Season 13 • Series: 1976 Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation Nominees • A Boy and His Dog

A Boy and His Dog

November 23, 2023

We kick off our next series exploring the nominees for the Hugo Awards Best Dramatic Presentation award, starting with a bonkers post-apocalyptic film, L.Q. Jones’ A Boy and His Dog. Don Johnson and a telepathic dog? Jason Robards as leader of an underground society? We’re in!

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