It's been an exciting year for Scottish cinema with Calibre and Outlaw King and now to end 2018, we have a Glasgow high school zombie comedy musical, Anna and the Apocalypse. Lee and Dallas review the movie and discuss why it's destined for cult status.
Lee also spoke with Ella Hunt who sings, dances and murders the undead as Anna and Malcolm Cumming after the UK premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival We discuss the making of this unique film, the challenges in shooting singing and action scenes and exciting roles for women in cinema.
Much like our friends at Nerd Nuptial, Lee and Dallas are huge fans of the David Fincher adaptation of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'. Inspired by watching 'The Girl in the Spider's Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story', we pick out movies which involved recasting that were incredibly successful in their eyes from sci-fi franchises to creative casting following a death.
We also review Bohemian Rhapsody, Shoplifters, Apostle and revisiting Suspiria.
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Luca Guadagnino's remake of Suspiria, the iconic 1977 Dario Argento film is one of the most anticipated releases of the year for Lee Hutchison and Dallas King and they share their thoughts on a movie that is dividing audiences and provoking passionate debate among film fans.
Lee and Dallas also look back at the original movie and how the two movies diverge and does it still hold up over 40 years later.
Check out Missing Frames episode 42 - Suspiria
Read Dallas' review on Championship Celluloid
Dallas King and Lee celebrate a big week for Scotland's film industry and pick their top 5 films set in Scotland and review the latest Netflix movie, Outlaw King starring Chris Pine as Robert the Bruce. We also have interviews from the Outlaw King red carpet with Chris Pine, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, James Cosmo, Tony Curran and producer Gillian Berrie from the UK premiere in London.
The duo also review the new Steve McQueen film, Widows and pay tribute to Stan Lee who passed away this week at the age of 95.
Dallas and Lee are reunited and share their film reviews, experiences and W.T.F moments from the 2018 London Film Festival and the MCM Comic Con.