The Franchyze Boyz emerge from the bat-cave to offer up their many thoughts and feelings regarding Matt Reeves' The Batman. What worked for them? What didn't work? Is this truly the best Batman movie? Is 'R-Batz' or 'Robert Battinson' the better nickname? The answers to these questions and more shall be revealed. Tune in RIGHT NOW - same bat-time, same bat-channel.
As a massive Meg Gardiner fan, Shawn's wife Sarah has been anxiously awaiting Heat 2. There's just one problem: she's never seen Heat. While Shawn has seen Michael Mann's classic thriller, it's been over a decade since his last viewing. How does his re-watch fare? Will the film peak Sarah's interest in reading the sequel? All these questions - AND MORE - will be answered in this episode.
Filmmaker Miles Levin introduces Shawn to his favorite movie of all-time: The Sandlot. While Shawn has caught bits and pieces on TV, he's never actually seen The Sandlot all the way through. Join Shawn and Miles as they discuss Miles' love for the film, whether Shawn feels it works for someone who didn't grow up with it, and Miles' landmark theory that it is, in fact, a werewolf movie.
Despite having owned a copy of the blu-ray for nearly a decade, Shawn has had yet to watch Robert Zemeckis' adaptation of Carl Sagan's science fiction classic Contact. He's joined by Carl Sagan fanatic, outer space expert, and all-around awesome human being Ambre Trujillo to discuss his first-ever viewing of the film and whether or not it lives up to Sagan's novel.
“No matter where you go, there you are.” And here WE are, celebrating Missing Frames’ 120th episode with the Comic Book Couples Counseling Podcast hosts Brad and Lisa Gullickson. For the last milestone episode (#110) Shawn introduced Brad to Wim Winders’ Wings of Desire. This time around, Brad and Lisa take Shawn on an epic adventure through the 8th dimension with Buckaroo Banzai. Will Shawn fall in love with this beloved cult classic or will he end up banned to the 8th dimension with Dr. Lizardo?