Two years ago, Charlynn Schmiedt joined Shawn Eastridge and John Mills to discuss her first viewing of The Empire Strikes Back. Now, two years later, the trio is reunited to discuss Char’s first viewing of Return of the Jedi.
TC Padgett made his Missing Frames debut one year ago to discuss Richard Donner's 'Superman.' Now he returns to discuss Richard Lester's 'Superman II.' Does Lester's film hold up as well as Donner's? Exactly how many superpowers were invented just for this movie? Shawn and TC take a deep dive to discover all the answers.
20 years ago, a little film called The Matrix came along. The film raised the bar for action, science-fiction and special effects. More importantly, it's just so gosh darn cool. To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Shawn sits down with Julia Barton, who had never seen the classic sci-fi/action film. (She didn't even know there was kung-fu involved!) Find out whether or not she enjoyed her plunge down the rabbit hole or if she would have preferred to take the blue pill.
Big thanks to listener Jonathan, who requested this episode ALL THE WAY BACK in December of last year. We're sorry it took so long!
Brad Gullickson and Aaron Prescott of the Rest.In.Pictures Podcast join Shawn for a rewatch of the entire A Nightmare on Elm Street series. Which ones are great? Which ones are terrible? Our co-hosts answers might surprise you.
'Tis the season for horror movies and what better place to start than William Friedkin's 1973 classic The Exorcist. Michael Tucker, creator of Lessons From the Screenplay, joins Shawn to discuss Michael's first-ever viewing of the film and whether or not its reputation as the 'scariest movie of all time' still holds up today.