Sci-fi July continues in the gnarly world of Neo Tokyo: rival bike gangs, psychic blue children and (of course) widespread destruction. Will Matt and Craig survive the nuclear blast that is Akira? Seen It: On Location comes from various exotic locales. Marvel at the grandeur of mountains, glaciers and horses as we discuss fight clubs, [...]
We kick off Sci-fi July in grand style with the infamous E.T. ripoff and feature length Coke commercial, Mac and Me. It’s a terrible movie, but worth watching just to see that one part. Those of you who have seen it know what i’m talking about. In Seen It, we discuss Sci-fi: Terrifying galaxies, forbidden [...]
Matt and Craig finally take the plunge into the tense world of the Master of Suspense, Alfred Hitchcock. This movie will make you want to keep a pair of scissors on your desk at all times. In Seen It, we discuss Cannonball runs, winds that are mighty and Craig’s favorite Scorcese comedy.
Matt pays tribute to an unsung filmmaking hero: George Armitage, and his 1990 film Miami Blues. Expect a whole lotta bullets, bedlam and Baldwin. In Seen It, we discuss Mosquito-ridden coasts, alien-infested blocks and Matt goes on a rant about a critically-acclaimed recent film.
Drug Awareness Month continues as we enter the mind-warping word of hallucinogens with the 80s sensory deprivation flick Altered States. Get ready for a trip, friends. In Seen It, we discuss the evolution of Wes Anderson, the versatility of Alec Guinness and Craig’s least favorite movie joke.