We have a date with destiny as we defend the hot gates with The 300 Spartans. This is not Zach Snyder’s 300, it’s the other one. In Seen It, we discuss period pieces: teenage rock and rollers, a proxy for Mr. Hudsucker and a troubled boy named Darko.
Sci-fi July continues and we hope you brought your appetite because we will be tucking into the dystopian classic, Soylent Green. Bon Appetit! In Seen It, we’re all about the fiction of science, with runners of blades, balls of space and a little guy named E.T.
Sci-fi July starts off with a blast as we rocket into the eighth dimension with our hero Buckaroo Banzai. In Seen It, we take a trip back in time with the 80’s Cable Roundup, with masters of beasts, things that are wild and stories that never end.
You’ve been invited to a wedding! We hope this doesn’t alarm you, but half of the guests will be dead. Things get real gothic on the old leather couch as we check out Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride. In Seen It, we talk cartoons: Coco, Kubo, Vincent, et al.
Enter a world of magic and wonder as we accompany The Last Unicorn on her most important quest. In Seen It, Own It, we discuss the lights of the city, the blankness of Grosse Pointe and a room popularly known as The Room.
Join us on the old leather couch as we watch a young girl blossom into womanhood in the weirdest possible way (Vampires are involved). In Seen It, we discuss films from other lands, featuring stolen bicycles, hopping Vampires and a precocious young girl named Zazie.
“Teens Month” brings us a tale of youthful rebellion, pirate radio style. Things get radical on the old leather couch as we watch the Christian Slater classic Pump Up The Volume. In Seen It, we discuss a lucky guy named Logan, a French guy named De Sade and a little project out in Florida. […]
Things get eerie in the basement as we watch the classic scary movie Cat People. Rawr! In Seen It, we spot trains, drive like babies and have a disagreement about a certain Wondrous Woman.