Shawn introduces his wife Sarah to the brilliance of Charlie Chaplin with his masterpiece City Lights. City Lights is considered by many not only to be Chaplin's finest work but one of the greatest films of all time. Will the Tramp's antics win Sarah over?
In what may be Missing Frames' most controversial episode yet, Shawn and his guest host, cinematographer Lenny Walsh, discuss Lenny's first viewing of Martin Scorsese's 'Raging Bull,' and why, despite its status as a beloved masterpiece, neither of them are bowled over by it.
Brian Bitner of the Beyond the Screenplay podcast returns to discuss Masaki Kobayashi's 'Harakiri.' This beloved masterwork has been a missing frame in both Shawn and Brian's lives for far too long - does it live up to its esteemed reputation?
David Lynch is one of Shawn's favorite filmmakers, but he's never gotten around to seeing Lynch's 1984 adaptation of 'Dune.' Fellow Nerd Party members John Mills and Tristan Riddell join Shawn for his first viewing of the film, discussing the film's pros and cons and whether it's truly as bad as David Lynch seems to think it is.
To celebrate the upcoming release of Matt Reeves' The Batman, the Franchyze Boyz revisit Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy. Who thinks Batman Begins is the best of the bunch? Who thinks The Dark Knight Rises is a complete mess? Introduce a little anarchy to your headphones and tune in to find out!