Spooky season celebration continues with a viewing of Stanley Kubrick’s horror masterpiece ‘The Shining.’ Make-up artist Carley Cooper returns to Missing Frames to discuss her first viewing of this classic. She and Shawn chat about where it ranks in the annals of horror cinema, Stephen King’s disdain for the adaptation and the initial negative reaction to the film.
As far as Shawn is concerned, September, not October, is the start of spooky season. And to celebrate the occasion, he and John Mills have decided to watch a horror film John has never seen before. That film is Nobuhiko Obayashi’s House, and while it’s technically classified as a horror film….is it really? Or is it literally every film genre smashed together into one manic super film?
Join Shawn and John as they attempt to process this bonkers cult classic and why it may in fact be a legitimate masterpiece.
Brad Gullickson joins Shawn for another landmark Missing Frames episode (#110!!) to discuss one of Shawn’s favorite films: Wim Wenders’ Wings of Desire. This stunning masterpiece about angels living among us has enthralled and enchanted filmgoers for three and a half decades, but the real question is - will it live up to Brad’s expectations?
And be sure to check out Brad's other amazing work over on the In the Mouth of Dorkness podcast and the Comic Book Couples Counseling Podcast!
After a brief hiatus, Missing Frames returns with a viewing of Mel Brooks’ classic directorial debut The Producers. Shawn and Richie discuss Richie’s love of Mel Brooks and why Shawn has always appreciated Brooks’ talents more than he’s actually loved his movies. Will The Producers change Shawn’s mind?
Over the past couple years, Shawn has been walking Sarah through Star Trek: The Next Generation. Now, four years after they started their watch, they’ve finally reached the series finale ‘All Good Things…’ Join them as they celebrate the entire series and discuss why this episode is one of the best television finales in history.