What’s going on, everyone, here’s the latest and greatest (title pending) for your listening pleasure!
For this week, there’s only one big release, and that’s “Evil Dead”, the remake of the 1981 Sam Raimi classic! Find out what Tank and I thought! Tank has us covered with a look at Chan-wook Park’s “Stoker”, as well!
Then, considering “Jurassic Park” is back in theatres this weekend, we take a look back at the year that was 1993. Films from that year are having their 20th Anniversary this year, so we thought we’d talk about our favorites from the year that was!
It’s a great episode and you won’t want to miss it! As always, you can download it directly, here, or search for us on iTunes or Stitcher radio by looking for (title pending) or Tank and Fogs!
We saw quite a bit of discussion last week here about Steven Spielberg, and that prompted me to focus this month’s “Top Ten” on officially ranking his ten best films.
It was quite a challenge, actually, because when you talk about Steven Spielberg films, you’re talking about several of the greatest films of all time. He’s one of the most popular directors of all time, due to the fact that he’s made so many of the most popular movies of all time. His filmography also has a number of powerful, dramatic films as well. Certainly he has more than ten that could be considered great, so it was difficult to narrow down the field!
But that’s all part of the challenge, and I’m more than happy to take it on!
For some unexplained reason, most children are fascinated by dinosaurs at some point. I’d be willing to wager that if we were to poll the citizens of the country under 7 years old, paleontologist would be the top answer to the question “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Perhaps it’s the fact that dinosaurs stir the imagination. Maybe it’s the fact that now we would consider them monsters, but once, they were the dominant species on earth. Whatever the reason, dinosaurs have always held a special place in our hearts, due in part to the fact that so many of us were passionate about them when we were young.
With apologies to any movie which featured dinosaurs previously – In 1993 Steven Spielberg brought them to life on the big screen for the first time.