Month: September 2014
In case you didn’t already know, I’ve been in New York covering the 52nd annual New York Film Festival! I’m having an amazing time! Meeting awesome people, seeing awesome films. You can catch up and track my coverage over here, including my review of David Fincher’s Gone Girl. Hope everyone is well!
And onto the second episode, where I was the only person who didn’t like the film. Woe is me.
It’s the ides of September, and Trashpect Ratio has returned for a second helping! There’s lots to chew on as the Trashpectors’ digest Paul Bartel’s black comedy “Eating Raoul” in this months movie club, some finding it easier to swallow than others. But that’s not all there is on the menu, on the side we have a bite-sized talk on box-office, blu rays and british broadcast frequencies. It all adds up to a recipe for one delicious dish, a podcast film feast. Tuck in. Food.
To listen to the episode, click HERE! iTunes link is still coming through, but it should be here for next time.
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It’s rarely a good idea to walk into a film with preconceived notions, but it’s rarely something a person can help unless they’re able to go completely blind. But, unless you’re at a festival, it’s hard to do that these days given the advertising saturation film culture. Even if you’re not intentionally surrounding yourself with it, chances are, it’ll still be in the background. So, that being said, I walked into If I Stay, a YA weepy movie based on a YA weepy novel by Gayle Forman, with average to low expectations. I thought, At worst, it’ll be forgettable. And somehow, I was so, so wrong.