This week Garvis and Brett take a look at another 2 hour plus South Korean film with the serial killer cat and mouse film I Saw The Devil. We also talk about the movies we've watched including some classic short films, Baby Driver, Son of Saul, and more. There's also our look at the new releases and the results of our month long Jerry Lewis DVD set contest.
This week the CTC crew goes back in time to 1974 for John Carpenter's first full length movie, Dark Star. Much of the feel and texture of this film found its way into Dan O'Bannon's script a few years later for Alien. But unlike alien, Dark Star takes a more humorous look at life aboard a space ship.
We also discuss the passing of Harry Dean Stanton (who I somehow got confused with John Hurt when we got to talking about his work on alien) and the Cinemascore rating for last week's new release, mother!.
All this plus new release news and what we watched last week and yet another plea to help save Blood Drive.
This week the Garvi and Kayla finally get around to watching and discussing Disney's attempt to make a movie of Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter stories. Brett was unable to join in this week, but still phoned in his review. There'a also our regular new release news and Garvis3 and Kayla talk about the new version of It.
This week Garvis3 and Kayla join Garvis2 and Brett to discuss the animated film 9 from producers Tim Burton and Timur Bekmambetov. There's plenty of catching up to do and some new releases to talk about as well.
This week the CTC crew discusses the politcal satire In The Loop starring Peter Capaldi, Tom Hollander and James Gandolfini. We also talk about the movies we watched last week, what's coming out new this week, and say goodbye to another great director of modern horror, Tobe Hooper.