In this all horror episode, two of the 3 Broke Film Students discuss horror related news, review a few DVDs and give their reviews of Sam Raimi’s latest venture into horror, “Drag Me to Hell.” In the coming months, expect to see more horror only podcasts from time to time as Billy and Blake can always find something horror-related to discuss.
So here it is - the long overdue 2nd part to “Coming soon in 2009.” In this episode, Billy, Blake and Preston pick up right where they left off discussing upcoming films from mid-July all the way to the end of 2009 including Rob Zombie’s “H2″, James Cameron’s 3-D sci-fi epic “Avatar” and the glorious return of Quentin Tarantino with “Inglorious Basterds.” There are so many potentially great films still left in 2009 so sit back, listen, and let the 3 broke film students guide you through the rest of the year in cinema.
There is alot to look foward to in 2009 and the guys have ALOT to say about what’s ahead as far movies are concerned…So much to say that it took them 2 FULL EPISODES to do so…But First…The Oscars happened, and surprise, surprise there were no surprises. Except for of course maybe one exception…The 3 give their very brief opinions on this year’s Academy Awards…2 of the 3 Broke Film Students also look back on their year end lists and do a little revising…Plus…THE WATCHMEN has finally arrived!…So, has it lived up to the hype? Is it a faithful adaptation of the comic? Are there too many medium close ups of Dr. Manhattans junk?…Billy and Preston give their reviews…And lastly, sure it’s March already but that doesn’t mean that we can’t look ahead to the year of movies we have awaiting for us to Love, Hate or Overhype…Listen as the 3 Broke Film Students take on the ultimate task of discussing what seems ...
In this special Halloween episode, Billy and Blake travel to Hillsborough, NC to interview dedicated horror fan, Kenny Caperton, who is building a replica of the Myers house from the original Halloween film. Also in this podcast, we discuss several horror related topics such as the lack of horror icons in recent years and the state of modern horror in general.
In this episode, Billy, Blake and Preston are joined by friend and fellow broke film student, Josh Baker, as they discuss Steven Spielberg in the first installment of their “Selected Filmography” series.