Well, here we go again. I’m back reviewing older films regarded in some circles as “classics” – only now – I’m watching films that I have never before seen. That’s right, all of these films I’ll be viewing in 2020 are completely new to me. Some of these guilty omissions will surprise you.
The goal of this experiment is to determine whether or not these films stand the test of time while also matching my preconceived notions regarding their plot. Time shifts memories of things, especially when I had only watched a trailer a few times as a kid.
So sit back, grab your favorite beverage, and welcome to…
Jamie takes a look at the controversial film, mother! in his TIMELY review. Major spoilers from 2:07-7:35! I URGE you to watch the film before spoiling it for yourself. Seriously, go in knowing as little as possible.
Thanks to Collider for a great SPOILER-LADEN piece on the themes of the movie.
Hey, everybody! We delve into some serious debate over film’s future, its future in Maine specifically, and the Maine Man himself: Stephen King. It’s a great episode with lots of interesting “inside-baseball” talk.
Comment on this episode on Facebook (Not Quite Hollywood) or Twitter (@NQHPod) with your top Stephen King films!
Alex– Stephen King Movies Ranked (Starts at 00:00)
Jamie– The Maine Film Office and What’s at stake for shooting in Maine (18:30)
Tim– The Future of Film (35:42)
#52PickUp #32 Pet Semetary (54:59)
Tim Announces His Communal Film! (1:00:49)
Plugs and Close (1:02:45)
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