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Jun 18 2015

Episode 71: Live Chicken Melee Weapon

0071 Marathon 2Oh my, dear listeners, it’s time for our second XanaCineWeekend Movie Marathon! For this episode, Windy and Melissa ensconced themselves for an entire weekend, trading off watching movies that one or both of them had never seen before. This episode compiles their thoughts and comments about fifteen films, with each segment recorded immediately after the completion of each film.

If you would like to drink along, dears, grab the vodka. (It was a long weekend.)

(And it’s a long episode.)

(I mean, seriously, it’s a long episode. Buckle up, kids!)

Show notes behind the cut!

Movies watched:
The Core
Foreign Correspondent
The Scarlet Pimpernel
Emperor of the North
Whithnail & I
The Longest Yard
Playtime
Hysteria
Kiss Me, Kate
Hausu
The Woman in Black
What a Way to Go
Mandrill
The Cutting Edge
Imitation of Life

People mentioned:
Stanley Tucci
Laraine Day
George Sanders
Leslie Howard
Raymond Massey
Ernest Borgnine
Keith Carradine
Lee Marvin
Richard E. Grant
Paul McGann
Richard Griffiths
Burt Reynolds
Robert Aldrich
Chris Hemsworth
Richard Kiel
Howard Keel
Tommy Rall
Bob Fosse
Hermes Pan
Daniel Radcliffe
Edith Head
Paul Newman
Shirley MacLaine
Ernesto Diaz Espinoza
Marko Zaror
Moira Kelly
D.B. Sweeney
Douglas Sirk
Lana Turner

Links:

Emperor of the North song:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zkg3pQXBhK8

Mandom commercial with Charles Bronson:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEqA84R0lYU

Junkfood Cinema episode about Ernesto Diaz Espinoza and Marko Zaror:
http://filmschoolrejects.com/features/junkfood-cinemas-modern-junkfood-masters-zaror-diaz-espinoza.php

Jozeph Sabovcik, the “guy on ice” that Windy was talking about:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xELh85XMiSg

2 comments

  1. Pam

    Richard E. Grant DID play Sir Percy Blakeney! BBC did a television series (two seasons, three episodes each) in 1999/2000 with him in the lead. It’s kind of hard to find, though.

    1. GreyDuck

      I have the DVDs, and while I don’t think the last installment turned out all that well, the first is a hoot and Richard E Grant is every bit as much of a hoot to watch throughout the series as Sir Percy as you’d expect.

      (Of course, when it first ran, I still had a huge crush on Elizabeth McGovern…)

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