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.
Susan Kruglinska and Joe Dator return to talk about gear-up scenes, corn, and Bishop's programming.
Lindsey Romain joins John one last time to talk about crazy lightning, Ripley's gaff tape, and Hicks' syringe.
Lindsey and John discuss different types of alien acid, Avatar, and why Bishop doesn't ask about any of the other Marines.
Lindsey Romain joins John again to talk about sinking doll heads, elevator safety, and melting armor.
Today, Lindsey and John discuss blow torches, pearl clutchers, and Ripley's emotional awareness.
This week John is joined again by Lindsey Romain to discuss putting child characters in harm's way, the implied danger of water, and a few welcome changes from the first draft of the Aliens screenplay.
Mitch and John end the week by talking about sleeve grabbing, convenient slides, and other funhouse thrills.
Today, Mitch and John discuss Gorman's metamorphosis, Newt's possible indifference to everybody except Ripley, and how an alien could get the jump on Vasquez.
On this episode, John and Mitch discuss the ups and downs of a thrill ride, gravity defying aliens, and a thoughtful Gorman.
Today, Mitch and John discuss cutting torches, storytelling logic, and Burke's satisfying demise.
Mitch Brian returns to talk about Bordwell's theory of intensified continuity, Hudson's heroic death, and Cameron's love of the closeup.
Tasha finishes out the week with John and Matthew Peterson to talk about why the heck Hicks puts his gosh darn face in the ceiling.
Today, John and Tasha are joined by Matthew Peterson from Major Spoilers and the Ten Things Series.
Bryan Bishop joins John and Tasha one last time to ask: Should Vasquez have had a reading on her tracker? Should Ripley and crew have hauled ass to the fall back position in the first place? Should Tasha be torturing John with images of scary, scary bats? Listen and find out the answers.
Tasha and Bryan return to talk with John about Hicks' execution plan, Aliens chess sets, and Ripley's situational awareness.