I’m very excited to announce season two of the Out of Theaters podcast. Our new season kicks off July 25 with The Godfather. With a new season comes a major announcement: Kevin Haas no longer will be with the show. Kevin is leaving on extremely amicable terms. This isn’t a coup or anything. Kevin is […]
Editor’s note: This review contains mild spoilers. The irony about the obsession with a spoiler-free review of “The Force Awakens” is that you’ve already seen the movie. This is probably literally true given the movie’s opening weekend box office records, and figuratively true given The Force’s reliance on recreating images and story lines from the […]
Ever wonder what goes into recording our podcast? Probably not, but here’s a fun few minutes behind the scenes of our recent recording of The Shining.
While working at the Rockford Register Star in the mid-to-late 2000s, Will Pfeifer and Billy Kulpa teamed up to produce video reviews of DVD releases. This is Pfeifer’s review of the 2009 film Moon.
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This week we take on David Cronenberg’s “The Fly” (1986): The science fiction classic that gave us the phrase “be afraid, be very afraid.” Some of us also watched the the 1958 version, though we don’t suggest you should.
Four heavily armed men hijack a New York subway train and threaten to slaughter an innocent person every minute that they’re not paid a $1 million ransom. Did we mention it’s a comedy?
What would happen if everyone in the world was a sitcom writer? Well, you’d get dialogue like you do in the unintentionally silly “Sweet Smell of Success” (1957). Now listen up as we run a 50 yard dash with our legs cut off.
This is the dance scene Will references in episode 01 of the podcast. He called it the greatest dance scene of all time, and he might be right. Holy cow.
As a 30-something with a bad back and no dance moves, I can’t even comprehend filming this. It hurts my knees just watching it.