Posts tagged Eraserhead
Not every week can a movie bring in $100,000,000 at the box office. With theaters still full of blockbusters such as Avengers, Mad Max, Pitch Perfect 2 and Furious 7 there’s not a lot of room for new movies. That didn’t stop the good folks behind Spy, Insidious 3 and Entourage from trying.
Both Sean and Josh claim that Spy is far and away the funniest movie so far this year. Sean claims that Insidious Chapter 3 is equally as strong as it’s predecessors and that Entourage is an embarrassing piece of crap. The filmmakers behind Entourage grossly over estimated their audience.
The I Hate Critics podcast has been asked to be a part of Lebowski Fest in Milwaukee Wisconsin the weekend of Aug 21 and 22nd. Please if you’re in the area we’d love to hang out and get to know some of you.
They are going to remake Big Trouble in Little China with The Rock. We’re hoping to do a Kickstarter campaign to convince Fox to not remake Big Trouble in Little China
We asked the audience in honor of Entourage being released this week, what their favorite movies about movies were. We talked Sunset Blvd, Mulholland Drive, The Player, and Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
1985 – The Goonies
Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation
Bridge of Spies
Welcome to The I Hate Critics Movie Review Podcast. Our March Movie Madness has made it to the final with “Almost Famous” squaring off against “Field of Dreams.” This week saw the film “Captain America: The Winter’s Soldier” destroyed the April box office record with over 100 million in its first weekend. Not only that but it’s probably the best “Avengers” related movie yet. It’s kind of like a “Bourne” movie.
We also talk about “The Grand Budapest Hotel” and rip on Wes Anderson fans. Sean by chance saw “Enemy” at our cheap theater and called it the best movie he saw this week…so I went and saw it and we’ll discuss again next week.
Our Undisputed Classic this week is “Eraserhead.” This isn’t really a movie but more or less several different genius images with no real story. But it clearly inspired a generation of music video directors.
In 1984 “Moscow on the Hudson” and “Up the Creek” came out. Only Sean saw those movies and for whatever reason he spent the whole segment talking about boobs.
Trailers this week:
A Haunted House 2