Chris and Owen love movies, and love talking about them. The problem is, they've hardly seen any classic movies. Join them every other Wednesday as they experience legendary old films for the first time, finally weighing in on if they truly belong in the canon of classic films, are a disappointing schmassic, or something in between.
In the last of our Summer of Seventies season, we are joined by the creator of the Dead Drunk Detective Podcast, Brendan Way to discuss this coming-of-age classic. This will be our last episode, possibly for a while, possibly for all time but at the very least will be taking a break. Thanks for all your support Schmascots! Let us know your rating on twitter: twitter.com/CSchmassic using hashtags #ivoteclassic or #ivoteschmassic
Comrade-in-Charm Ali Pitts joins us again as we endure the second of three movie adaptations of Polish author Stanislaw Lem's philosophical science fiction novel. This version, made in 1972, introduces Soviet legend Andrei Tartovsky into the Classic Schmassic canon. Let us know your rating on twitter: twitter.com/CSchmassic using hashtags #ivoteclassic or #ivoteschmassic Ali's site: http://russophilesunite.wixsite.com/home
Unholy Anti-Christ! It's time for a Summer spooktacular! Join us a we juxtapose the seasonal sun with a dark and stormy graveyard. Watching with the curtains drawn while sitting in our deckchairs, we take a look at the 1976 Richard Donner Horror classic starring Gregory Peck, a scary child and a Doctor Who! Let us know your rating on twitter: twitter.com/CSchmassic using hashtags #ivoteclassic or #ivoteschmassic