Mitch Brian returns for a final week of Aliens Minute!
John and Jason talk a little more about the Ripley v. Aliens Queen battle and then take the show completely off the rails in a shameful display of meandering jibberish.
John and Jason discuss the start of the epic battle between Ripley and the Alien Queen.
Today, John and Jason talk about Newt's instinct for finding hidey-holes, discuss pivotal movie puppets, and Jason makes fun of Ripley's funny run.
Today John and Jason talk a bit about Alien 3, a bit more about Hicks, and a lot about visual effects.
Jason Heck joins John again as they talk about mushroom clouds, double endings, and James Cameron's eye for detail.
Scott and Chrysanthe join John one last time to talk about explosions, classical influences on the Aliens score, and a tried and true screenwriting formula.
John welcomes Scott and Chrysanthe back to talk about perspectives on different eras of special effects, whether Bishop's big return works in the narrative, and we wonder about an oddly placed cord.
Scott and Chrysanthe join John again to discuss translucent teeth, titling heads, and missing dropships.
Scott and Chrysanthe join John again to talk about slasher movie similarities, theme park possibilities, and Newt's inner thigh strength.
This week John is joined again by Scott Carelli of Dueling Genre Productions and musician/composer Chrysanthe Tan to talk more about reckless Ripley, shedding the egg sack, and comparisons between Jerry Goldsmith and James Horner.
George joins John one last time to talk about rage killing, ammo, and grenade belts.
John and George discuss the pros and cons of Ripley's big cathartic flamethrower tantrum.
Todd Norris joins John and George for one more minute to talk about smoke, slow motion, and an odd edit.
John and George are joined by cinematographer Todd Norris to talk about lighting, lenses, and eggs.
John is joined today by George Hendricks of The Mogwai Minute to discuss genre blending, Edgar Wright, and properly stretching before shooting an action scene.
Joe and Susan return one last time to talk about gak, goo, and other gunk.
Joe and Susan return to talk about disco, Burke's cut death scene, and we give our thoughts on the 2017 movie IT.
Susan and Joe come back to talk about Frankenstein effects, antiquated home heating methods, and our thoughts on the blowback to female action heroes.
Joe Dator and Susan Kruglinska return to talk about elevators, glowing pipes, and the historic scarcity of female action heroes.