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Naked Lunch

Released:  1991

Cast:  Peter Weller, Judy Davis, Ian Holm, Julian Sands, Roy Scheider

SUMMARY:  In the 1950s, William “Bill” Lee (Peter Weller) is an exterminator who lives with his wife, Joan (Judy Davis).   429 more words

1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die

No Chief Brody Jokes, Please.

Tune up your trucks, because Sorcerer is the Greatest Movie EVER!

Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring guest host Oli “InvidNinja92” Bulmer. 85 more words

Greatest Movie EVER

Doling Out the Punishment (The Punisher, 2004)

There is a lot to like…and yeeet…

Created in the early 1970’s by Gerry Conway, John Romita Sr. and Ross Andru, he debuted in Amazing Spider-man # 129,  the first attempt at the Punisher was in the 80’s.  779 more words

Action Movies

Episode 30: Alan J. Pakula's KLUTE with Special Guest FRANCINE SANDERS

https://podcastingthemsoftly.files.wordpress.com/2016/09/francine-powercast.mp3

We welcome back Frank’s former film professor Francine Sanders to discuss Alan J. Pakula’s masterpiece KLUTE.  We talk in depth about the film, and also cover some of Pakula’s other films.  We hope you enjoy!

Film Review

Cut to the Chase: The Seven-Ups

The Seven-Ups (1973)

Any car chase aficionado will tell you that Bullitt and The French Connection are two of the best in cinematic history. Both of those flicks were produced by Philip D’Antoni. 282 more words

Cut To The Chase

The Jaws franchise (1975 - 1987)

 WHERE DO YOU begin when attempting to dissect Jaws and the franchise that it spawned?

It is so iconic, so embedded in the psyche of fans of film and the culture that it hails from. 276 more words

Horror Movie

Of Rogues and Rational Men: Looking Back on 1975's Jaws (Spoilers Ahead)

Among the many takeaways from director Steven Spielberg 1975 feature film, Jaws, is that sometimes, and I’ve not ungroundedly been waiting to say this for so very long, sometimes the (arguably more deceptively) simpler films are among the best. 1,159 more words