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In Wacken Deep Purple From the settin Join Justin, Stuart, and Arnie to find out! Fans of Star Wars comics, books, video games, and cartoons have long known the universe is ripe for adventures outside of the Skywalker family tree. But with Rogue One this type of story comes to the big screen for the first time. Detailing the group of rebels who steal the original Death Star plans, this film was seen as a creative risk by Lucasfilm.
The result was one of the biggest opening weekends of all time; another super-successful Star Wars movie. But was it a story that needed to be told? The original Dune mini-series broke Sci-Fi channel records for viewing. Three years later they attempted to hit that same peak with the sequel Children of Dune. Combining the stories of two Frank Herbert novels, this three-part series brings back old characters and introduces new ones in the continuing story of House Atreides.
Should you watch these Children? In this holiday season you can head to your local Chopping Mall to pick up the new Blu-Ray release of this horror cult classic. A brand new transfer and lots of bonus features accompany this new release. Going even further, on this podcast Arnie Carvalho talks to Chopping Mall director Jim Wynorski and writer Steve Mitchell, dispelling internet rumors and finding out about the making of this film. So many details and characters exit that it seemed even David Lynch had trouble squeezing Frank Herbert's original novel into two hours, but could it work in six?
After a series of false starts it finally hit theaters in directed by Oscar nominated director David Lynch. How much of this film is Herbert and how much is Lynch, and is this film the worm or the hook? Join the Now Playing podcast hosts to find out! As the school year ended in John Hughes gave the world a film honoring playing hooky -- Ferris Bueller's Day Off.
On the surface this is a fluffy comedy about three teens set loose in Chicago, but its themes and characters clicked with audiences and have endured for thirty years. Now, as Now Playing continues its look at the films of , Arnie, Marjorie, and Justin skip school to give you this bonus movie review. Join them to find out!
I am not an animal! I am a human being! That quote from David Lynch's The Elephant Man has become part of the American lexicon, quoted in literally hundreds of movies and television shows.
But what of the film that created the quote? Lynch's black and white biopic, his first commercial production, was nominated for eight Academy Awards and won many other statues. How does The Elephant Man hold up over 35 years later?
Take the bag off your head, put in your earbuds, and join Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart to find out! But before all those films came Eraserhead - Lynch's surreal feature debut. It has become a midnight-movie cult hit and its meaning has been debated for decades. Now you can join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob as they give their analysis and review! This film eschews all the other movies' science fiction basis to bring that magic feeling to the franchise.
Listen now to find out! A Nazi in hiding is uncovered by a suburban boy, and the result is blackmail and bloodshed. But Universal Pictures wasn't going to let that stop their blockbuster franchise, so enter The Bourne Legacy!
Rather than risk exposure, the CIA has chosen to kill all their agents and start over. Can Cross survive this extinction protocol? And can the franchise survive without its signature star and character? Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob now to find out! This film promises to reveal the final secrets about the secret agent's past, and gives co-star Julia Stiles something to do. It took fifteen years of development, but now the World's Finest heroes are together on screen with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Can the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel share the screen? The box office was big but the audience divided. Now join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob for this review to find out! It also gave fans their first glimpse at the bounty hunter Boba Fett! So how can it be so hated, shunned, and disavowed? Lucas promised it would never happen. But with the shadow of the prequels hanging over the series, does director J. Abrams' new film fall to the dark side, or the light? This film needed to create the links between Lucas' two prequel films and his much-beloved original trilogy.
Showing the rise of the Empire, the fall of Anakin Skywalker, and the downfall of the Jedi Order is an ambitious feat for any film. The Phantom Menace opened to a big box office Fans finally got to see in live action the origins of the Stormtroopers, Boba Fett, and an army of Jedi going to war. Did this universe-expanding story result in a better movie?
Sixteen years after Return of the Jedi the hype and anticipation were at manic levels. The result was the highest grossing Star Wars film of all time--and lots of internet hate. Is the hate deserved, or could no film live up to such high fan expectations? The result is Ewoks: The Battle for Endor.
Was the Force with the Ewoks this time? Does Star Wars work on the small budget of the small screen? And when did Wicket learn to talk? Join our hosts for this review and find out! Needing to tie up every plot thread in two hours, this conclusion has been polarizing among fans, with some in the pro-Ewok camp, others anti-Ewok. Could this film ever live up to fan expectations? And which is better: Jedi Rocks or Lapti Nek? And it became widely known as the best Star Wars movie ever made.
With creator George Lucas taking more of a back seat, and an even bigger push on special effects, does this film live up to its reputation? Star Wars. It twice became the biggest movie of all time. It has launched a billion dollar empire of movies, toys, and merchandise. It has even started a religion. Is the Force still with Star Wars almost 40 years after its release? And which version is better, the Special Edition or the original? Or what the Bride in Black did before harassing the Lambert family?
Join Marjorie, Stuart, and Arnie to find out! Like Kick-Ass, this film is also based on an original comic by Mark Millar, but now the pair are focusing on a young man trying to join an independent group of spies who pose as tailors.
With a combination of new faces and established actors like Colin Firth and Samuel L. Jackson, does this new movie also kick ass? Podcast Republic. Cancel Submit. Escape from L. Tony Todd Final Destination stars as an urban legend serial killer who likes to put grad students like Virginia Madsen on the hook for all his grisly deeds. Is there any truth to the rumor that Clive Barker's honey-voiced slasher surpassed Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Michael Myers as the horror icon of the s?
King Kong vs. Trick or Treat! Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart will be doing lots of cardio to keep pace with the last four humans in America, as they make their way to a California amusement park overrun with undead. Once upon a time, there were three little girls who went to the police academy It was an instant television sensation. And in the 43 years since it premiered on TV it had two theatrical films, a reboot, plus an upcoming new film!
Join Arnie, Marjorie, and Jakob as they go back to where it all began--on the i TV screens in Teen Titans GO! This show description is guest written by Deadpool. Super Mario Bros. Because listeners demanded it!
Then head to NowPeakingPodcast. Every dollar helps keep Now Playing going! Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. February 24 is Twin Peaks day. Now join Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart as they watch and review the pilot episode of Twin Peaks, including the international version which solves the murder! Then head to Now Peaking Podcast. After you hear this interview, get our review of Chopping Mall! It is available on our Podbean page. How does this telling compare to both the '84 film and Herbert's original novel?
Featuring a group of carnies trapped by psychotic clowns, the film is a throwback to Zombie's earliest films. But is retro horror what we need, or is it just too much clowning around? Join the Now Playing hosts as they treat your trick with this special Halloween movie review!
Strange , but he returned to co-write and produce this follow-up. Justin, Stuart, and Arnie are here to fill your trick or treat bag with this bonus podcast! So listen to find out! The three years in the ground or the video stores did it no favors as the return looked little like the '89 original.
Can returning director Mary Lambert reanimate this franchise, or does this sequel smell of rot and death? Dig up this show to find out! In King published Pet Sematary - the book he dubbed to scary to print, with a title too difficult to spell. The book was a smash success. Six years later the film adaptation was released. Can it possibly be as frightening as the source novel?
Join Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob as they dig up this movie and find out! By Stephen King had been christened the "King of Horror", his every book a bestseller, and his three films hits. John Carpenter was an acclaimed horror director who created the modern slasher with Halloween.
When these two masters of terror joined forces to make 's Christine , could the results be anything but frightful fun? Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob as they review the car nage to find out! Well, scratch that, it's like several others--including Romero's own Creepshow!
In fact, the King story in this film was written by Romero for Creepshow 2 , but now it's joined by two other stories of monsters and murder.
Join us to find out Five more tales of terror await, but now they are all intertwined with crossover characters and a twisting timeline. Does this add enjoyment to the final Creepshow? Grab a hot dog and join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob to find out! The studio made it in secret. This one goes back to the original film in both universe and style. Watch the found footage as James Donahue, brother of the original film's Heather, leads a new crew into Burkittsville to try and uncover the age old mystery.
Is this a great return to form? Head into the woods with Jakob, Arnie, and Stuart to find out! When you think of Ferris Bueller what comes to mind? Is it "Oh Yeah"? Or perhaps the Star Wars theme playing while Cameron's Ferrari shot above the city streets. But for all the important music moments in the film, Ferris Bueller's Day Off never had a soundtrack And to talk about it are Arnie, Marjorie, and Justin along with some guests.
The poster looked the same, but there was a new director, Romero was now only writing, and King had a "Story By" credit. With just three tales of terror, versus the original's five, is the humor as sharp and the horror as scary? Get your ticket and join Jakob, Stuart, and Arnie to find out!
Stephen King was a master of written horror, and George Romero a master of cinematic scares. Were two kings of horror better than one? Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob as they creep up on you with this review!
They didn't market Stand by Me as a Stephen King film. In a period piece drama didn't fit with King's history of films, including axe murderers, ghosts, zombies, vampires, and killer semis.
Few would have thought this 50's coming-of-age nostalgia piece was from King's short story "The Body. How does this movie hold up thirty years later, playing to people other than Baby Boomers? Stand by Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob to find out! It has played endlessly on TNT.
And yet, upon its release, the film flopped in theaters. Is history right? Is this the best movie of all time, underappreciated when it first came out? Now it's time for his nemesis to get the spotlight. The characters are the worst of the worst It's been nine years since Matt Damon last played Jason Bourne. But now he is back, ready to uncover new secrets about Treadstone and what turned David Webb into Jason Bourne.
Do Greengrass and Damon still have the spark that made those original films so memorable, or should they have not Borne out another sequel? Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob in this podcast movie review to find out! On Thursday, September 8, , Star Trek beamed into people's homes for the first time.
Since then, Star Trek has become a cultural phenomenon spanning television episodes across six series, and 12 movies. But now it is time for Star Trek to go Beyond. A long time ago, in a trailer park far, far away But it wasn't just a game--it was a proving grounds for fighters to join an intergalactic war.
Is Alex the Luke Skywalker for the '80s? And how does this film's once-groundbreaking CGI hold up over 30 years later? Join Arnie, Marjorie, and Justin to find out!
This time Johnny is in the big city and realizing what it means to be human The film was supposed to be full of heart, laughs, and special effects. But Johnny's wires got crossed and no connection was made with audiences. With this film Johnny 5's cinematic life ended, but did he deserve his fate? Join Justin Five, Stuart, and Arnie to find out! Is this film truly supreme, or did the franchise lose its identity? Join Stuart, Arnie, and Jakob to find out!
HAL The T Johnny 5. Yes, in the pantheon of great movie robots, there is no denying S. Now, as Now Playing looks back at the great sci-fi films of , Arnie, Stuart, and new Now Playing critic Justin review this film to answer the age old question In a new action franchise was Bourne.
Despite a modest budget, the film connected with critics and audience members alike. With the upcoming sequel Jason Bourne in theaters this July, it's time to check Bourne's original Identity. Does the film hold up 14 years later? Jason Bourne has existed in Robert Ludlum novels for over 35 years. For mainstream audiences, however, he came to life when Matt Damon starred as the amnesiac secret agent in That action-packed rendition now defines the character, and has totally overshadowed Bourne's first portrayal -- in a ABC miniseries.
The story was much closer to Ludlum's original novel than the later films, but can Richard Chamberlain match Damon's performance? To find out, join Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart as this new retrospective series is Bourne!
And come back each week until we review the new Jason Bourne film in theaters! The original horror film scared up lots of dough for Universal, so now the series returns with Ed and Lorraine Warren investigating another real life haunting -- The Enfield Poltergeist. How "true to life" is this story, and does it up the suspense from the original? Join us to find out!
But while this film has the same look and some returning stars, there's a new vibe throwing back to the original cartoon series -- including fan-loved baddies Krang, Bebop, and Rocksteady. With Arrow star Stephen Amell joining the cast as human vigilante Casey Jones, are these turtles worth shelling out for? Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob for their review to find out! Director Bryan Singer is back to take the X-Men to the '80s for a totally tubular fight against Apocalypse!
The film debuts the fan-favorite mutant villain on film. Is the result boss or bunk? Join Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart to find out! The original Hellboy film didn't set the box office on fire. But like a necromancer, director and writer Guillermo del Toro brought the demonic comic hero back on screens in Dark Horse Comics was once best known for its series based on popular movie properties like Star Wars, Predator, and Alien. That reputation slowly changed as the publisher's original characters gained prominence, with the most popular becoming Mike Mignola's demonic creation Hellboy!
In that comic was adapted to film by fantastical visionary Guillermo del Toro. Now join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob as they go to hell and back, reviewing the original Hellboy!
Is this movie Captain America 3 or Avengers 3? Cap is back and he's brought the whole team. At issue is the UN wanting to control The Avengers. No one was interested in making movies based on the writings of Richard Bachman. More, they were dark and rough novels King wrote in his early years.
That changed in when Bachman was exposed as a pen name for Stephen King. The film is now a cult hit, fondly remembered by Generation X, but is it any good? From to Stephen King published 12 books, most of them bestsellers. Yet only three movies were based on his writing during that same period: Carrie in , The Shining in , and Creepshow in That all changed starting in In the next four years a total of thirteen movies based on King's works hit screens.
The first movie in that deluge was Cujo, based on King's book about a mother and son trapped by a rabid dog. Harvey Pekar was an independent comic writer, a notorious talk show guest, and a general grump.
And with the film American Splendor he added another title--movie star. Pekar himself and Paul Giamatti both play the author in the film that depicts Crumb's start in comics, and his fight with cancer.
It's possibly the most down-to-earth comic book movie Now Playing has ever reviewed And after you listen to this review, listen to Jakob's interview with Harvey Pekar. With that film's success Miller went on to direct his own feature film. The result was The Spirit, based on Will Eisner's iconic comic book crimefighter.
The movie's visual style and tone strongly resembled Sin City but the reception didn't match that earlier film. Is this film a Sin worth committing? When fans think of The Spirit they probably think of Will Eisner's 's comic book crimefighter.
Or they may think of Frank Miller's film adaptation of the same name. Only the hard core Spirit fans and '80s trivia buffs would think of the film we'r. Watchmen was an acclaimed '80s comic series. It helped legitimize comics as a literary medium, and remained a bestseller for over 20 years.
Yet with its complex, nonlinear narrative, all attempts to adapt it to film had failed to launch. But in director Sack Snyder, fresh off his success on , used the same visual style to bring Watchmen to theaters. The result was not as highly-praised as the graphic novel, but is it worth a watch? Join Arnie, Jakob, and Stuart as they review the film version of Watchmen, including a comparison of all three different cuts released! Jeckyll, The Invisible Man, and others. The film's reception, though, was anything but extraordinary with rumors this production ended the careers of both Connery and director Stephen Norrington.
Is the film deserved of that reputation? Join our League of Extraordinary Movie Critics to find out! After only a few years in publication the series' success led to Buena Vista creating this animated feature, starring voice actors Mark Hamill, John de Lancie, John de Lancie, and Flea.
But before the movie could see release Wildstorm was bought by DC Comics, and Buena Vista parent company Disney forever shelved this action cartoon. Is this a gem that deserves its day, or a mercy killing a'la Corman's Fantasic Four? Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob for this review to find out! DC has had over 15 years of television dominance. But not every attempt to bring the comics to life succeeded.