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Episode 32: Time After Time (1979)

 timeafterA favorite time-travel film for the Buddy and Jeff, and a fun introduction to Chad, it's 1979's Nicholas Meyer writen and directed "Time After Time!" This film stars Malcolm McDowel, Mary Steenburgen in her 2nd film outing ever, and the incomperable David Warner. It's a fun romp through time, changes in social conventions, time travel, and, of course, love. It also features an extremely young Corey Feldman in his first-ever movie role... see if you can spot him! While a little dated, this film holds up well enough that, coming in March 2017, ABC television is premiering a series based on this film! Impress your friends with your knowledge of the series when it airs by watching the source material ahead of time!

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Episode 31: Psycho (1960)

psychoThe first horror film to completely untether the audience from traditional storytelling is our focus for this episode! Join Jeff, Buddy, and Chad as they take on 1960's Alfred Hitchcock masterpiece of terror, "Psycho!" Directed by Hitchcock, written by Joseph Stefano (based on the novel by Robert Bloch), the film stars a young Anthony Perkins in the role that re-defined his entire career, along with Janet Leigh, Vera Miles, John Gavin, and Martin Balsam! This film changed the way we watched movies as well as the way stories were told... in short, this is a turning point in horror cinema and, in fact, in film itself! And, as always, hear what's ahead in Epsiodes 32 and 33!

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Episode 30: Rear Window (1954)

rearwindowLife, as seen through a window, can be truly fascinating... and horrifying! Join Buddy, Chad, and Jeff for Episode 17A as they focus on the Alfred Hitchcock classic "Rear Window!" Directed by Hitchcock, written by John Michael Hayes (based on a short story by Cornell Woolrich), this tale of suspicion and suspense stars Jimmy Stewart, Grace Kelly, Wendell Corey, Thelma Ritter, and Raymond Burr! One of the movies that created a plot type that gets used in films to this day, and one of Hitchcock's finest outings!

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Episode 29: Dogma (1999)

DogmaRenegade angels, two prophets, a forgotten apostle, the metatron, a demon, and a Golgothan? That can only mean it's writer/director Kevin Smith's religious action film Dogma from 1999! Join Buddy, Chad, and Jeff for a look at this truly different, thought-provoking, and downright fun examination of Catholicism as only Kevin Smith can create! Starring Linda Fiorentino, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, George Carlin, Alan Rickman, Chris Rock, Jason Lee, Salma Hayek, Jason Mewes, and Kevin Smith, this is a story that asks all the right questions, and leaves you with an idea of your own! Plus, the trio reveal what part of the thriller genre they're going to delve into for the next pairing!

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Episode 28: Clerks (1994)

ClerksEven though they're not even supposed to be here today, join Buddy, Chad and Jeff for a trip to a convenience store that offers as much insight as it does humor! This week, they review writer/director Kevin Smith's maiden foray into filmmaking, 1994's Clerks! Starring Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Marilyn Ghigliotti, Jason Mewes, and Kevin Smith himself, this film informed generations of filmmakers that if you want to make a film bad enough, you can (and it can find an audience too)! Plus, it was the film that made black and white cool again, even though that's not what it set out to do!

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