The third entry in my series shining a light on underappreciated superhero movies through the eyes of the fans that love them. This time around I'm shining the spotlight onto 1984's Supergirl with the help of guests Jermaine Dickerson from Jermaine Design, Todd Liebenow from Forgotten Films, and Andrew Wickliffe from The Stop Button. I hope you'll join us in taking a look at some of the brighter points of this movie that for many hasn't stood the test of time, not that it even was ever successful in the first place.
The Why Haven't You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Honor Knight from The Soiled Restroom Cinema podcast who asks me why I hadn't seen Face/Off, one of director John Woo's best American movies with amazing performances from Nicolas Cage and John Travolta acting like each other as much as possible. And in return, I ask him why he hadn't seen Bounty Killer, a comic book movie from just a couple years ago that's a low budget, high gore, action flick that's a mix of Mad Max and Kill Bill with a lot more comedy and not nearly as much style.
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2:00 - Introductions
11:00 - Face/Off
40:00 - Bounty Killer
The Why Haven't You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Lights Camera Jackson in the middle of his pod-a-thon raising money for the Make-A-Wish foundation which you can donate through his fundraising page right here who asks me why I hadn't seen Lost in Translation, one of Bill Murray's most acclaimed turns at a mostly dramatic role from director Sofia Coppola along with a great early performance from Scarlett Johansson. And in return, I ask him why he hadn't seen the Mask, one of Jim Carrey's biggest hits during his breakout year in 1994 that catapulted him into super stardom and introduced the world to Cameron Diaz.
Lost in Translation: 7:00
The Mask: 38:30
The Why Haven't You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Tony Cogan from Coogs Reviews who asks me why I hadn't seen the Elephant Man, quite possibly David Lynch's most accessible film to date about the life of Joseph Merrick from the point of view of doctor Frederick Treves. And in return, I ask him why he hadn't seen Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher, the most recent and possibly last anime collaboration between Madhouse and Marvel after a handful of TV seasons centered around different characters and one of the very few Marvel movies to date including their animated offerings to have one of their female heroes in the title, even though she shares the spotlight with the Punisher.
Filmwhys Spotlight where Bubbawheat shines a light on an underappreciated superhero film through the eyes of the fans who love it. This time around we are discussing the Edgar Wright theatrical bomb that is now a cult favorite with several of its biggest fans. Joining me are Stefan Gagne, a webnovelist whose work can be found at StefanGagne.com, Amy Taylor, writer and director of the webseries Jess Archer Versus which can be found at their YouTube channel, Debbie Rolf, podcaster who can be heard on her podcast You Haven't Seen?!, and Nikhat Zahra, blogger and podcaster who can be heard on her podcast Across the Universe, the Chicks with Accents and her currently inactive film blog Being Norma Jean.
The Why Haven't You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Amy Taylor from the webseries Jess Archer Versus who asks me why I hadn't seen the best worst movie ever made, Tommy Wiseau's The Room. And in return, I ask her why she hadn't seen the original 1972 Amicus horror anthology Tales From the Crypt based on the EC comics long before the HBO series.
1:00 - Introductions & Jess Archer Versus
11:00 - The Room
41:00 - Tales From the Crypt
The Why Haven't You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Stefan Gagne webnovelist whose work can be found at StefanGagne.com who asks me why I hadn't seen Pink Floyd's The Wall, a trippy and experimental musical with non-linear storytelling, amazing music, and mind-blowing visuals. And in return, I ask him why he hadn't seen 1996's The Phantom starring Billy Zane, the campy comic book movie that advertised how he would "Slam Evil!"
The first episode of Filmwhys Spotlight where I showcase an underappreciated superhero film and talk to the fans who enjoy it. Kicking off this series is 2003's Hulk directed by Ang Lee which is generally unloved when compared to the more recent Marvel Cinematic Universe films, but has some redeemable moments in it.
Joining me in this episode are John Turman, one of the screenwriters of the film, Paul Hawkins from the Blokebusters Podcast, Hermano DeSilva from the First Time Watchers Podcast, and Nick Piers author of the Armadillo Mysteries who can be found at NickPiers.com.
The Why Haven't You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Kristina Dijan from Speakeasy who asks me why I hadn't seen the Treasure of the Sierra Madre, a captivating tale of suspense and suspicion from director John Huston and a rare villainous turn for Humphrey Bogart. In return, I ask her why she hadn't seen Wanted, a visually impressive and violent comic book adaptation where people and cars do impossible things years before the Fast and the Furious franchise made them commonplace.
1:00 - Introductions
11:24 - The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
40:09 - Wanted
Episode 68 of the Why Haven't You Seen This Film Podcast where my guest is Andrew Robinson from G-Man Reviews who asks me why I hadn't seen Grave of the Fireflies, one of the greatest war movies of all time and one of the best Studio Ghibli anime not directed by Hayao Miyazaki. And in return, I ask him why he hadn't seen Gotham Knight, a more experimental anime anthology featuring Batman and stories that took place in between Batman Begins and the Dark Knight.
16:14 Grave of the Fireflies
36:44 Gotham Knight