Episode 77: Predator (1987)

Introduced by Matt ARNOLD IS NUMERO UNO 💪🏻 “Money doesn’t make you happy. I now have $50 million but I was just as happy when I had $48 million.”Arnold Schwarzenegger Arnold Schwarzenegger was perhaps the leading actor of my childhood. A close second being Roger Moore in his seven Bond outings, or Harrison Ford in... Continue Reading →

Episode 76: Die Hard (1988)

Introduced by Matt Ode to John: The Joy of McTiernan This is both a nod, and an apology to John McTiernan. Not that he'll ever know (or care), but at film school, I was cagey and downright secretive about how much I loved his work. His movies weren’t deemed "avant-garde a clue" enough for me... Continue Reading →

Episode 75: Event Horizon (1997)

Film chosen by listener Tom Bhaduri, introduced by Devlin Big thanks to Tom, who emailed this suggestion to us. Neither myself, Matt, nor Gali were big fans of this film in its late-90s video heyday, but we seemed to be the exceptions within our various friendship groups. Event Horizon was a true word-of-mouth, must-see film... Continue Reading →

Episode 74: Empire Records (1995)

Film chosen and introduced by Devlin If nothing else, this episode showed me just what a true cult object this film is. Despite my esteemed co-hosts being roughly the same age as me, and us having a decent amount of overlap in our formative experiences and tastes, I was pretty shocked when not one of... Continue Reading →

Episode 72: Halloween (1978)

Introduced by Devlin Welcome back to HALLORE'EWIND! While our coverage this year is slightly less exhaustive (and exhausting for your humble contributors) than last year's, we've decided to roll out the heavy hitter - John Carpenter's season-defining, sub-genre-spawning slasher classic Halloween. In this first part, we discuss our history with this skeletal, primal film, and... Continue Reading →

Episode 68: Alien Resurrection (1997) LV-RMP SERIES

Welcome back to LV-RMP, our journey through the on-screen history of one of the greatest cinematic monsters ever conceived: the xenomorph. We’ve reached the conclusion of the original ‘Quadrilogy’ with director Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s gooey 1997 installment Alien Resurrection. 200 years after Ripley took her sacrificial dive into the smelter on Fury 161, scientists from United... Continue Reading →

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