Debt to Cinema

Debt to Cinema 094: I Know What You Did Last Summer

Another holiday, another killing joke about the horrors of celebrating the second year of this podcast. Given how dear The Faculty, Scream, and especially Dawson’s Creek are to me, how has this Kevin Williamson script held up 20 years after the fact? Spoiler: There aren’t filmic fireworks, but I definitely appreciate Scary Movie more now.

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Two Cents

Two Cents 096: Mamma Mia, Here We Go Again!

The episode in which I list the many things reporting the news prevents me from doing, Cannes continues its crybaby wanderings, Netflix and Donald Trump are the villains the media prays for, Wanda’s reformation of Legendary and enhanced exhibition business, and the rise of vertical video. In bigger news (56:00), Austin man sues his date for texting during a movie, Hollywood a major hacking target and their lack of action, Google I/O updates including standalone VR and Daydream upgrades, and Zenimax becoming the VR equivalent of a patent troll. Plus, Venom, Resident Evil, Supernatural meets Scooby Doo, social VR hubs becoming industry standard (1:58:00), Ridley Scott’s TNT block, and Mamma Mia 2!

Two Cents

Two Cents 043: Bright Lights, Big Shitty (Theater Experience)

The episode in which North Carolina is cut off from porn, AMC Theaters let the internet scare them away from making smartphone friendly auditoriums, Fandango is changing the ticketing game, Avatar is now getting 4 sequels, Mark Rylance is Steven Spielberg’s new favorite actor, Pokemon might get the live action treatment, and the Loch Ness Monster was found. Plus, we dedicate a section just to superhero news (#Batfleck), speculate about Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs, Sony’s Emoji movie doesn’t sound horrible, Star Trek Beyond in Barco Escape, another Fahrenheit 451 adaptation, and the return of Warren Beatty.

Two Cents

Two Cents 009: The End of Summer

The episode in which we talk about even more adaptations, watching movies on Apple tech, mononyms, the dream of a Disneyland attraction shared universe event, and cinema breakthroughs being tied to controversial stories.

We basically review Sinister 2 and The End of The Tour as well, which leads to us looking toward the future of our careers.