With spooky season well underway, John Mills returns to Missing Frames to introduce Shawn to Francis Ford Coppola’s much-maligned and (perhaps) misunderstood adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. John insists that, despite its many flaws, Coppola’s horror film is worth your time. Will Shawn feel the same way?
To celebrate its 40th anniversary, A24 has released a newly restored 4K edition of the Jonathan Demme/Talking Heads concert film STOP MAKING SENSE. Talking Heads is one of Missing Frames host Shawn Eastridge's all-time favorite bands, and he considers Stop Making Sense to be the finest example of the genre.
In this episode, Shawn introduces this beloved masterpiece to Spencer Tweedy. Spencer is not only an amazing musician and artist in his own right, he's also the son of Jeff Tweedy, lead singer and founder of Shawn's other favorite band Wilco.
Join Shawn and Spencer as they discuss the brilliance of Talking Heads, the film's unbridled joyousness, and the David Byrne dance moves Jeff Tweedy should adopt in future performances.
The Franchyze Boiz reunite to celebrate the release of Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny with a rewatch of the entire Indiana Jones franchise. Which Indy adventure is the best? Which is the worst? And does Dial of Destiny serve as a fitting farewell for everyone's favorite archaeologist? Tune in to find out!
Celebrate Memorial Day weekend with a movie most people are desparate to forget. Returning Missing Framer Matthew Schott joins Shawn in introducing their friend Trevor Black to the much maligned 1993 Super Mario Bros. film. Along the way they'll debate whether the 2023 Super Mario Bros. film is actually an improvement or if the '93 film takes the cake for creative risks and originality.
Four years after their first hangout/conversation at the 2019 Atlanta Film Festival, Shawn reunites with filmmaker Joel Jay Blacker to discuss his new short film 'Don't Let Kyle Sit Down,' his production company Sappy Bear, and all the fun stuff he's been up to since their last chat.