See You Next Wednesday

Episode 190 – Spectre & PAN


It’s that time of the week again, we’re back with more See You Next Wednesday action!

This week, Greg and Casey use their super-secret spy skills to sneak into the latest James Bond flick Spectre, directed by Sam Mendes who is returning for a victory lap after his successful previous attempt, Skyfall. Will it live up to the hype? They’ve got the answer! Then, Dan is off to never-neverland as he flies into the theater to never grow up while watching Pan. What does this movie have to do with both The Ramones and Nirvana? He’ll tell you all about it! Then, they’ll jump into a discussion of the ninth album from long-running indie-rock outfit Helvetia!

But before any of that, we’re talking about Bone Tomahawk again, Aziz Ansari’s new Netflix comedy Master of None, Short Term 12, The Nightmare, and so much more!

Join us, won’t you? We’ve got a jam-packed episode, so get listening!

Show Notes:

  • Opening & General Movie Discussions: [00 min through 46 min 50 sec]
  • Spectre Review: [Starts at 47 min 18 sec]
  • Pan: [Starts at 1 hr 3 min 54 sec]
  • Helvetia’s Dromomania Album Review & Punishment Reveal: [Starts at 1 hr 17 min 52 sec]
  • Film Roulette Dice Roll – Spotlight vs. Love The Coopers [Starts at 1 hr 29 min 28 sec]

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  • valerieinto

    Finally I remember to mention that I worked on a described video version of Just Before Dawn several years ago – yes, with description for people who are vision-impaired. I can’t believe you guys have been talking about it, of all things. It was one of a bunch of movies this guy got for the company I used to work for (there were freakier ones). I did production; a friend of mine actually had to write the description, but I think it was his first time doing that for us (poor thing), so I did script editing. First off, it was challenging for most of it because there was sooooo muuuuch spaaaace with just creepy forest sounds and not much of anything happening in between the parts where stuff happened. And then we had to deal with that final kill. Holy fuck! Our print was dark, and I think it was dark anyway, so we were squinting going IS THAT WHAT REALLY FUCKING HAPPENS? and once we concluded that YES IT IS we had to figure out how to actually get that into a person’s head to understand YES THAT’S WHAT REALLY FUCKING HAPPENS. We still toss up that title in conversation and have to laugh.

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    • Dan Gorman

      Haha, wow, this is amazing. One of my favourite slashers of all time, so hearing about it from this angle is super fascinating. Thanks for not spoiling that ending moment, but I’m 100% with you; the first time I watched the film, when that happens, I let out a guttural HOLY FUCK yelp. Wonderful.

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  • Deefidicus

    Gah! I brought No Escape with me to the MS Cottage trip!

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    • Dan Gorman

      Dang. Well, I’mma watch my VHS copy soon anywho.

      Reply to Dan Gorman
      • Deefidicus

        I found a first generation DVD copy in Honest Ed’s years ago. It’s widescreen, but you have to backwards engineer your monitor to show it in 16 x 9.

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