Thanks for tuning in Subject:CINEMA, closing in on beginning our EIGHTH Year of podcast fun….(gasp!) One more week to 400 shows!
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Sorry we missed last week – the heat wave made it too hot to record – but we’re making it up to you with a HUGE THREE HOUR OPUS this week – listen in spurts if you want, or tackle the whole thing at once, but either way, you’re gonna LOVE IT! In this episode:
- A look at the incredibly innovative (some might say completely bugsnit crazy) view of the world through the eyes of one of our favorite auteurs, Canada’s very own Guy Maddin!
- PLUS: A debate on the impending casting job on Doctor Who now that Matt Smith has announced his regeneration, er, departure from the series
- This weeks’ Bonehead of the Week
- We pay our respects to Jean Stapleton and Esther Williams
- We pay tribute to three respected members of the storm chasing community who lost their lives in the line of duty
- We outline the war launched this week between old nemesises (is that even a word?) Nikki Finke and Sharon Waxman
- Your E-mail
- and full reviews of TRIUMPH OF THE WALL, THE KINGS OF SUMMER, and NOW YOU SEE ME!
- Oh, and there’s also an unintentional recording we shared – we left the recorder on while watching TV this week, and happened to catch a very interesting TV show we know S:C Fans will love, because, well, they were talking about US! Be sure to catch it, right smack dab in the center of this weeks’ show!
We had intended to review two other movies this week, but our Maddin discussion got out of hand, and so reviews of PAVILION and CITIZEN HEARST will have to wait until next weekend.
Next Weekend, we will have a DOUBLE FEATURE Weekend – Saturday it’s “The Complete TITANIC!” and Sunday is OUR 400th SHOW and also our SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY – join us as we count up our top 30 films we watch over and over and over again…
This week’s Subject:CINEMA is dedicated to three people who gave their lives so that others may have a chance to live in the future – storm chasers Tim Samaras, Carl Young, and Paul Samaras.
We’ve been talking about our Boston Springs A Fethival PDF for a while now – and you’re gonna have to wait until early July for this, because instead of being a separate PDF, it has been decided to incorporate our Boston festival coverage as part of a project that is coming on Sunday, July 7th. Please stay tuned to Subject:CINEMA in future weeks for more information…and trust me you’re gonna love it!
Also, we’ve had a few listeners write in to let us know that something weird has been happening in our podcasts the last two weeks; we appear to be getting messages from something called “The 2.0″ forced into our show…not sure how it’s happening yet – Mevio sez it’s not them – but I’m working hard to try and find the cause and the problem, and hopefully we’ll figure out where it’s coming from…and keep writing if you hear it again…
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