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Here’s the latest episode of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast! We return to our Vault to enter 3 movies that we feel deserve a piece of absolute preservation.
There are some important announcements in this episode. First, of course, we refer to the new book site The Obsessive Book Nerd. And Tiny teases a new podcasting endeavor.
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Here’s episode 2 of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast!
Episode 2 – Our Controversial Opinions, “Under the Dome” and “This is 40”
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“Matt and Tiny discuss the Under the Dome premiere, deconstruct the Apatow method and talk about where their opinions differ from the masses. Tiny also shares how he discovered Star Wars and Matt ponders the changing landscape of TV audiences. SPOILER NOTE: At 13:17 – 14:00 Matt spoils a plot from season 3 of Arrested Development.” Continue reading
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Tagged Alien Resurrection, And Now A Word From Our Sponsor, Chronicles of Riddick, Dexter, Friday Night Lights, oz, Pitch Black, Six Feet Under, Star Wars, Sunshine, The Abyss, The Obsessive Viewer Podcast, This is 40, True Romance, Under the Dome
Until early last year, I had never seen an Alien movie. Disgraceful, I know. In preparation for the release of Prometheus and Ridley Scott‘s return to sci-fi and the world that terrorized the genre, I watched Alien and Aliens for the first time. Eventually, when the New Year arrived, I bought the Alien Anthology Blu-Ray Collection.
Now that I’ve finally cracked open the 6-disc set, I can say with absolute confidence that this is the finest blu-ray set I’ve ever seen. The movies look and sound incredible and the amount of supplemental material is so staggering it’s to the point of being overwhelming.
So enjoy my review. A set this magnificent definitely deserves a thorough review. Continue reading
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