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Episode 83.5 – Disc 2 – Off The Shelf And On The Screen

Disc 2 episodes are bonus / supplement episodes of The Criterion Cast. Moises Chiullan, James McCormick & Travis George chat about the weeks new releases on DVD and Blu-ray, as well as what they’ve been watching.  ‘Off the Shelf’ runs through the week’s new releases on DVD and Blu-ray, while ‘On The Screen’ is where they discuss what they’ve been watching over the past week. This is what they recommend to you, the listeners.

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Our next episode they will highlight and discuss Criterion # 565 Charlie Chaplin’s 1940 film, The Great Dictator.

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Show Notes:

Off The Shelf Films Discussed (around the 18 minute mark):

May 24th   New Releases:

On The Screen Films Discussed (around the 35 minute mark):

Moises Chiullan: Doctor Who, Bridesmaids

James McCormick: Sledgehammer

Travis George: Steven Seagal (Born To Raise Hell)

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3 comments

  • Travis, I have to ask: Have you yet feasted your eyes on Mega Python VS. Gatoroid? Debbie Gibson AND Tiffany! Mickey Dolenz as himself! And I don’t want to spoil it, but someone may or may not use the lyrics of I Think We’re Alone Now as dialogue.

  • Ah, Christ..

    I had made a mental note of its release date after having scoped it out on The Asylum’s page a month or so ago.  Thank you (or screw you, I haven’t decided) for the reminder!

  • Haha. No problem! From what I can remember, there were lots of scenes in a helicopter in that one and in it’s (spiritual) prequel, the Tiffany-starring Mega Piranha. 

    Also, I watch good movies too. I feel I needed to say that.

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