First time Missing Framer Christine Rigby introduces Shawn to David Cronenberg's nightmarish cult classic Videodrome. To make things as meta as possible, Shawn and Christine decided to rent the film from Atlanta's magnificent video rental store Videodrome. Join the pair as they take a walk through Cronenberg's impressive filmography, discuss Videodrome's many disturbing themes and examine Shawn's complicated feelings about the film.
Also, happy 76th birthday to Mr. Cronenberg! Long live the new flesh.
Shawn Eastridge and Matthew Schott had what they thought was a great idea for a Missing Frames episode. Why not celebrate the release of Marvel Studios' Captain Marvel by going back and watching the FIRST female-led superhero movie, Supergirl?
Only they made a terrible, terrible mistake.
Join Shawn and Matt as they break down Supergirl, examining the plot to try and figure out exactly what went wrong and why the film ended up being a major step backwards for both feminism and superhero movies in general.
Carley Cooper returns to Missing Frames to school Shawn in the ways of Marilyn Monroe. Some Like It Hot has been dubbed by many as the best comedy of all time, but will it live up to Shawn's expectations?
Just in time to COMPLETELY miss Valentine's Day/Week, Shawn and his wife Sarah sit down to watch one of Sarah's favorite romantic comedies Sleepless in Seattle. Will Shawn be won over by the impeccable charms of Nora Ephron, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan? Tune in to find out!
John Mills (Aggressive Negotiations, RetroPerspective) returns to Missing Frames to show Shawn one of his favorite films: The Wild Bunch. Along the way, they discuss how Shawn fell in love with the Western genre (spoiler alert: the video game Red Dead Redemption may or may not have had something to do with it), the film's controversial release and reception and whether or not it still holds up today.