Film Junk Podcast Episode #594: The Autopsy of Jane Doe

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0:00 – Intro: New Year’s Resolutions
34:00 – Review: The Autopsy of Jane Doe
49:00 – Film Junk Re-review: John Carter
1:26:00 – Other Stuff We Watched: Kubo and the Two Strings, Hell or High Water, Passengers, Little Sister, The Eyes of My Mother, Love & Friendship, The New Celebrity Apprentice
2:11:35 – Junk Mail: A Message from Noodles, 3D in 4K, Reclinining Seats and Reserved Seating, Non-Horror Slasher Films
2:32:20 – This Week on DVD and Blu-ray
2:33:47 – Outro

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  • darksiders

    Split Scorsese up into two premiums – crime/mob – and drama/thriller

  • Jr

    I can’t tell from pics and info on the internet but does he come with an extra hand (just a non-articulated fist)? If he does, I would just use that. If there is no extra hand, send it back. Otherwise, you’re left with a pretty big issue that you’ll think about every time you look at it.
    Don’t let anyone give you shit about buying the things you like either. I know plenty of guys into toys, video games or other things that are for “children” and have no problem “getting chicks” or doing anything else they want to do.

  • Lori Cerny

    Blu-rays are running at $4.99 – they’re just dumping those things to make room for the new format.

  • Lori Cerny

    That’s an awesome merch idea.

  • gibson8

    Frank: ‘I saw there was a new Soderbergh movie coming out and it sounds amazing and I just like went into a rant about how I should boycott it because, uh, he said he wasn’t making any more movies, y’know what…fuck you. But it does sound amazing.
    Sean: ‘Yeah, shouldn’t watch it though…you alright?’.
    Frank: ‘Do you know what it’s about?’.
    Sean: That (sic) isn’t it like a heist?’.
    Frank: Yeah, at a NASCAR race.’
    Sean ‘Yeah’.
    Frank: ‘best concept I’ve heard in twenty years!’.
    Sean: ‘I think it’s based on a true story isn’t it?’.
    Frank: ‘Who cares?. I hope not. The worst thing that could be is based on a true story. I hate true stories.’

    You couldn’t write a simultaneously cocksure and uncertain character. Frankie would do well in a noir as the shamus following the hero who when challenged has unclear and unreliable motives and explanations a la Da Fino in The Big Lebowski.