Another even more lively discussion about what is sure to become the most talked about film this if year, if not this decade and maybe this generation. We go into a lot of details as we analyze the latest trailer from director Ridley Scott‘s epic Prometheus. Turn off the lights, put on some headphones and try to keep up.
A lively discussion about the upcoming Ridley Scott epic science fiction (potential) juggernaut known as Prometheus. Rumors and whispers are swirling around the netwebtubes about whether or not Prometheus is a prequel to Scott’s 1978 Horror – Sci Fi groundbreaking classic Alien. At this point, there seems to be enough evidence to suggest it is in fact a prequel, while not enough evidence to indicate that it’s a direct prequel with clear story ties. We attempt to hash it out.
William, Henry & Walter discuss the pros and cons of the timeless Michael J Fox / Christopher Lloyd classic “Back to the Future.” Everybody just LOVES this move (and so do we) but there are so many annoyances contained in those 6 or so hours that we just had to talk about it. Remember: it’s done with love so don’t hate us.
A weekly podcast about the finer points of cinema, CineMinutiae (Sin-a-Men-OO-Sha) hopes to relate the the details you may have missed when you casually watched that last flick. Whether its high-art films, like Tree Of Life, or action flicks like X-Men: First Class you’ll get the same level of fine tooth combing. When you’re done listening to what we have to say about a movie, you’re going to want to see it again. Unless its a bad movie and we suggest you never watch it at all…
Featuring two familiar voices from the Pop Zombie podcast (Quality Jones & BigBrain) along with a new addition (LeFleur) and the occasional guest host, you’ll be sure to get a wide range of opinions on a wide range of cinema.
After a visit to the historic Tampa Theater, we give a full analysis of Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life. LeFleur, Dean James, BigBrain and Quality Jones all express their overwhelmingly positive impression of this film while firefighters play bagpipes and homeless people request a small bit of change. Don’t miss it!
The best kind of review! Started on the spot in the movie theater right before the move was due to begin and then in the car on the way home! It was a fun night with Quality Jones, BigBrain, Miss Quality, Mrs BigBrain (who can be heard laughing quite a bit in the background) AND our good buddies Mr & Mrs Hask.