Drew McWeeny


Dear sweet lord it’s finally here. Alfonso Cuarón’s Gravity hits theaters which is bad news for Sandra Bullock’s astronaut and great news for everyone else. Drew McWeeny joins us for a little Interrogation Reviewification where he explains the mind-evaporating nature of the movie without spoiling it. Plus we chat with Rob Hunter about the best of the best coming out of Fantastic Fest (and where you can find them), and I harangue Geoff with a brief history of banned books being adapted to film. You should follow Drew (@drewathitfix), Rob (@fakerobhunter),the show (@brokenprojector), Geoff (@drgmlatulippe) and Scott (@scottmbeggs) on Twitter for more on a daily basis. And, as always, if you like the show (or hate it with seething fervor), please help us out with a review. Download Episode #36 Directly Or subscribe Through iTunes


Broken Projector Podcast

Like the announcement from Broken Projector‘s own special little place online states, the world doesn’t need another movie podcast, but Geoff LaTulippe (Going the Distance) and I are forcing one on the unsuspecting public. Only you’re not unsuspecting anymore because we’re warning you. Which, now that I think about it, is a pretty crappy part of the surprise attack we had planned. Our first show will hit FSR on Friday morning with Drew McWeeny taking Doom‘s side in the debate over the best Indiana Jones sequel, a review of Gangster Squad from Rob Hunter, and a vital conversation about which historical atrocity Quentin Tarantino should fictionally fix next (which we’ll need your help on). We hope you enjoy it, but if you don’t, we invite you to call your congressperson. The point is: get ready. The link above outlines some of the things that will make our show stand out from the rabble, but we won’t be able to make the best possible podcast without you. Please help us make fun of the most ridiculous Kickstarter campaigns, discuss filmmaking with some of the best in the business, and force famous people to play some embarrassing games. Give us a chance, and we won’t mail those photos to your grandmother. See you Friday on Broken Project, a movie podcast powered by blackmail.  

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