Archive for March, 2013

3/24/13

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , on March 30, 2013 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:

The Penalty
The Penalty  (1921)  Click here to get it on Amazon.

Spring Breakers

Spring Breakers (2013)

Where No Man Has Gone Before
Star Trek: Season 1, Episode 3Where No Man Has Gone Before‘  (1965)  Click here to get it on Amazon.

Star Trek: Into Darkness.  More Cumberbatch theorizing cause of this trailer:

Chuck Hank
Coatwolf successfully funds Chuck Hank & The San Diego Twins. Read all about it here.

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3/10/13

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 13, 2013 by Hank

Click here to listen to the show.  Tonight Mr. Salamander and Hank are joined by their good friends, Miss Winette and Uncle JJ.  Plus: A review from Japanese Shy Guy!

On tonight’s show:

Beetlejuice
Beetlejuice (1988)  Click here to get the Blu-Ray.

Venezuela Hat
The World Baseball Classic:  What the hell is going on with all that heavy stitching on those hats?

Grizzly Man
Grizzly Man (2005)  Hank re-visits an old movie and his distaste with the subject may be greater than ever.  Click here to get it on Amazon.

Oz the Great and Powerful
Oz, The Great & Powerful (2013)  Our man-on-the-street, Japanese Shy Guy, sent us his review.  We read it on the air.  It’s about what you’d expect.

Charlie X
Star Trek: Season 1, Episode 2: Charlie X (1966)  Click here to get Season 1 on Amazon.

George Lucas is at it again!
George Lucas drops some spoilers and then acts like he might be wrong during an in-depth interview on his Lucasfilm to Disney transaction.  Go here to read the entire interview on Bloomberg.

3/3/13

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , on March 13, 2013 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:

Why is anyone shocked at what Seth McFarlane did as the host of “The Oscars™”?  We weren’t.  We were shocked that Jack the Giant Slayer was #1 at the box office, but not at all shocked that it only made $26M.  (That’ll teach ’em!)  Ignore crummy remakes and listen to our review of Hitchcock’s Strangers on a Train (1951).

Strangers On A Train
Strangers On A Train (1951)  Click here to get it on Amazon.

“The Oscars™” Re-cap – AKA  Nobody cares.