J, Brian and Dion cover a lot of ground this week, jumping from their love of anything Bruce Campbell, to (of all things!) sports films, and then round out the talk with a spirited debate on horror films. Are we out of our comfort zones this week? Has Dion ever seen a single sports film? [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Tim Burton’
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Yesterday the new trailer for Iron Man 3 hit the airwaves -or should I say the Cat 5′s- and it looks to be interesting to say the very least. This time around we have the amazingly talented Shane Black penning and directing, which makes me very excited.
Tags: Battleship, Blu Ray, Broadway, Dark Shadows, Ernest Borgnine, IMAX, Kirk Douglas, Musicals, NASA, Space Shuttle Enterprise, Star Trek, Tim Burton, Total Recall (2012), Toy Story, UP!, USS Intrepid
The lads are on the road again, recording live from a tarmac between flights. They have a gay-ol’-time chatting about Broadway musical revivals, the fate of the remaining NASA shuttles, and upcoming feature films coming to the big screen (and the VERY BIG screen); all the while trying not to get killed in between the [...]
Tags: Dark Shadows, Johnny Depp, Jonathan Frid, Tim Burton
Jonathan Frid, the original star of the Dark Shadows series that helped reboot and practically define the modern-gothic genre, died at the age of 87.
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KA-POW! WHAM! ZOWIE! Onomatopoeias start flying as the Podwits run down some of the best and worst representations of superheroes on film and television! So get out your cape, put on that mask and strap yourself in for this Podwits SPECIAL presentation… “Superheroes on Celluloid”