See You Next Wednesday

Episode 164 – Maggie & Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection


This week on See You Next Wednesday, Dan and Casey watch Arnold Schwarzenegger try his hardest (I think?) in the TIFF-approved zombie drama Maggie. Is it a lumbering, plodding mess? Or does the thoughtful tone work with Arnold?

Meanwhile Greg gets trapped in a house full of whales? and more zombies when he checks out Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection. How does this low-budget, camcorder-shot movie stack up to the original of which it takes its name? And should anyone even bother making Zombie movies any more? We’ve got all the answers!

Then, we discuss Blur‘s newest comeback effort, The Magic Whip and roll for Mad Max: Fury Road for next week. Next, Casey takes us through another episode of Beverly Hills, 90210 in our 9021Oh Yeah Relay! segment. Plus, we catch up with It Follows, Dead of Winter, We’re The Millers, tons of movie news, and so much more!

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  • Brian VonSoffel

    Suggested TV on Netflix, “Grace and Frankie”, Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen are a gay couple who recently divorced their wives (Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin). I love Baron Vaughn and June Diane Raphael in it as well.

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  • See You Next Wednesday

    Because two of us saw the first one and actually liked it quite a bit!

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  • Andrew Christian

    Why wasn’t pitch perfect 2 not the loser movie?

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  • See You Next Wednesday

    Yeah, I don’t see arseface working out well.

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  • Matt Reichenbacher

    Completely agree about Preacher. Great comic, but the willingness to go as far as you would need to to make it work on screen is not going to be there on AMC. Let alone the understanding of how to translate it on Rogens part. My stomach hurts just imagining how clumsily he will probably handle Arseface.

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  • Joseph J. Finn

    This has been driving me a little nuts in coverage by everyone, not you guys, so let me make a correction. Neil Gaiman created the character of Lucifer for the Sandman series, this is true. But this new show is based (and boy, is it loosely based) on the Lucifer comic, which was all written by Mike Carey. And to finally agree with all of you, it looks pretty bland and terrible.

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