Show Name - BtSD 04-18-2011 Show Number - 49
Real Date - 18th April 2011
Host(s) - Matthew Rorie & Alex Navarro
Guest(s) - Joey F
And - N/A
With big new stuff like Scream 4 and Game of Thrones in need of discussin', Alex and Rorie are joined by resident Screened video guru Joey F. for some additional opinionin'. Of course, we have other subjects on the docket as well, including Rio and the horde of like-minded animated kiddie fare, Atlas Shrugged, Keanu Reeves, China's hatred of time travel, Joey's sweet watch, and more! Also, this week's Screening Room movie is Jaws for some reason. Enjoy!
00:00:00 - Intro
00:00:30 - Citizen Watches
00:02:00 - $4000 Dollar bar stool
00:02:30 - Scream 4 - Bomb?
00:03:00 - Insidious
00:03:30 - Saw
00:04:00 - George Foreman
00:04:30 - Lincoln Lawyer - Limitless - Soul
Surfer - My
big fat Greek wedding
00:05:00 - Avatar
00:05:30 - The Passion of the Christ
00:08:00 - david arquette
00:09:30 - Ghost face
00:11:00 - The
00:12:00 - I know what you
did last summer - Summer Days
00:12:30 - Cursed
00:13:00 - Rio - Hop - Rango - Gnomeo and Juliet - Hoodwinked
00:14:00 - How to train your dragon
00:14:30 - Mars needs moms
00:16:00 - Simon Wells - HG Wells
00:16:30 - Dreamworks - Pixar
00:17:30 - Will.I.am
00:18:30 - African Cats - Morgan Freeman - Born
to be wild
00:19:00 - Free willy
00:19:30 - Atlas part 1
00:24:00 - Robocop
00:26:30 - Henrys Crime - Keanu
00:29:30 - Thumb suck - The day the earth stood
00:30:00 - Point break - Bill and ted
00:31:30 - Justified -
00:32:00 - Game of thrones
00:35:00 - Band of Brothers
00:40:00 - Peter Dinklage
00:42:00 - Army Wives
00:43:30 - Deadwood
00:44:00 - Veep
00:44:30 - Paul Reiser
00:45:00 - Boardwalk empire
00:45:30 - Seinfeld
00:48:00 - Duane 'Dog' Chapman
00:50:00 - Ang Lee
00:52:00 - The Perfect Host - David
00:54:00 - Water for elephants - King
Since one of Lovecraft's main themes is not really comprehending the monsters, and with "At the Mouth of Madness" on indefinite hiatus, is there any room in the mainstream these days for a movie where you don't ever get a good look at the monsters? I also feel the need to mention Roger Corman's X: The Man With X-Ray Eyes
as a great piece of Lovecraftian fiction that wasn't actually based on a Lovecraft story.
I think you are looking at the Paranormal
Activity/ Blairwitch project styled movie now
It was very cool
actors sometimes become so famous or washed up that they become characters themselves. Like George Takei
in his little spiderman video or James Van Der Beek
showing up in a Kesha video, its funny because of who they are. You guys have any favorite actors that have become so iconic that feel they can become a living joke of themselves.
Also: I think Joey
is due for an appearance on the Behind the screened door, its been far too long.
Nobody really comes to mind. Lou
Ferrigno maybe comes to mind
Last week you guys mentioned that you love sketch shows and I was wondering if you have ever seen/liked any British sketch shows. My recommendations would be That Mitchell and Webb Look and The Armstrong and Miller Show.
I'm more a British sitcom guy. IT Crowd,
Black books, father ted. That sort of
My question is two-fold. First can you remember any obscure sequels to popular films, such as the Sting II, The Two Jakes; sequel to Chinatown, and BlueBrothers 2000. Also do you know any sequels that are more well known then the original and not just part of an overarching excellent trilogy.
Terminator 2 is the archetypal movie where
it trumped the original movie
Cell 2, I believe they made a sequel to screamers
I recently re-watched Mad Max and whilst there are a lot of aspects of that film that don't hold up to the modern eye, one thing impressed me. It depicts the mid-point of an apocalypse after a catastrophe but before the total breakdown of civilisation. Can either of the BTSD hosts think of other films set during an apocalypse, as opposed to before (The Day After Tomorrow, Deep Impact) or after (The Road, The Book Of Eli)?.
Women of the podcast
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Intelligent word(s) of the podcast
1. Of or relating to an elephant.
2. Enormous in size or strength: "the proliferation of superstores, superstadiums, [and] elephantine convention centers" (Herbert Muschamp).
3. Ponderously clumsy.