Posts Tagged ‘Rocky’

Dion and contributor J. Blake are back and ready to kick 2014 off with a duesy of a topic: Before you had the DVD, VCR, or even the Multiplex, how else could fans continue to digest their favorite films after seeing them in the theater? Well the duo discuss the short-lived 1970’s genre called the fotonovel, and film novelizations. The […]

Side Casts: The Action Movie Genre

Posted: July 3, 2013 by Podwits Administrator in Podcast, Side-Casts
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Dion and Contributor J. Blake are back at it again, this time they sit down for a super-long chat about one of their favorite topics, the heyday of the Action Movie Genre. The two Podwits reminisce about some of their favorite films, while mapping out a route through a highly populated neighborhood of the 1970s, 1980s and […]

I was lucky enough to attend a very small screening of William Friedkin‘s rarely-shown 1977 cult classic Sorcerer, a remake of Henri-Georges Clouzot‘s French classic Wages of Fear, which has been called the most suspenseful film of all time. What made this screening such a treat was not only seeing a 35mm print of Sorcerer, but the rare Q&A by the […]

Dion and J. dive back into the Toybox to rediscover the playthings of our youth.  From Mego to MacFarlane, Turtles to Terminator, we leave no plastic stone unturned.