Remember to get tickets to see Jon Cooper’s show for Ignition at the Tristan Bates Theatre. You can check out the details for his two performances here and here. Also, please check out Jon’s blog, alternately known at Silent Working and Dirty Feed, and go back and listen to Silence in C Minor, the radio show produced by our very own Producer John and written by the Cooper.
- The other song from Rocky I was trying to think of was ‘Heart’s on Fire’ by John Cafferty. Listen to it here.
- To back Jon’s assertion, here’s the Rickrolling figures.
- Fisher Stevens was not in Wing Commander. But he was in Hackers. I think this makes Tommy right.
- Trailer for The Killing Room.
- Trailer for Fish Tank and my review on SoundScreen.
- The Vin Diesel Random Fact Generator.
- A turtle having an orgasm.
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The return of the Cooper! Jon Cooper comes back to the podcast to have a chat about Adventureland. Tom and Sam have a think about (500) Days of Summer and the gents all think about the YouTube rental model. They go on to reminisce about Hackers, praise Fish Tank to the hills and have a good ol’ natter about Supernatural. The conclusion sees Tom depart and Producer John step in to talk about music in movies.
Show notes coming in later post.
Michael Moore is, according to an interview with the Detroit News, planning to transition into narrative filmmaking. Not sure that will be much of a transition for our ‘documentarian’ there.
Though this will please my podcast co-host, it won’t please anyone else. David Twohy and Vin Diesel are hard at work on another Chronicles of Riddick film.
The trailer for The Killing Room is pretty interesting but, to be honest, seems like a little too much is given away as to the tone of the film. We’ll see.
Netflix and Disney-ABC have signed an agreement for a number of top shows on the network to be streamed through the service. Big step into Hulu’s market for Netflix… perhaps not smart to meddle and better to concentrate on making a great movie streaming service first.
The great Michael C Hall from Dexter is to star in an indie comedy called East Fifth Bliss, about a guy who has a relationship with the eighteen-year-old daughter of a buddy.