Film Junk Podcast Episode #192: Zack and Miri Make a Porno

0:00 – Intro / In-House Stuff
7:38 – Headlines: Joaquin Phoenix Retires, Ron Perlman in Bubba Ho-Tep 2, Spider-Man 4 Gets a Writer
23:05 – What We Watched: Night of the Creeps, Trick or Treat, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai, Thunderball, For Your Eyes Only, Live and Let Die, Casino Royale, CSI: Season 1, Let The Right One In, Lifeforce, Midnight Meat Train
43:25 – Junk Mail: Quantum of Solace, Favourite Foreign Films, The Dark Knight Oscar Buzz, Movie Going Crowds, William Friedkin
1:16:48 – Review: Zack and Miri Make a Porno
1:35:30 – Trailer Trash: Fanboys, Angels & Demons
1:40:40 – This Week’s DVD Releases
1:42:02 – Outro

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  • Wish I could chime in on the chatter about Kevin Smith. Also people that TRY to be as obscure as possible with their artistic tastes sicken me.

    @Jay: You need check your history and tell us what that gore site was! Ever since Ogrish went sucky there’s no one-stop-site for that stuff. And I know what you mean…sometimes you have to force yourself to turn it off…

  • swarez

    What sucks about The Sorcerer DVD from Paramount is that its fullscreen and I have no interest watching that. Sadly I didn’t know that fact when I ordered it so now it sits on my shelve still wrapped in plastic.

  • @swarez,

    Yes, I should’ve mentioned that. I was definitely disappointed with the full-screen when I got Sorcerer from Netflix. I hope they reissue it sometime soon.

  • swarez

    Do you know if it was open matte or Pan and Scan?

  • Jason Mewes was talking in a lisp because of some dental work done before the movie was shot, jay you should understand. :)

  • Mason

    Sean didn’t mention it as he ran down William Friedkin’s filmography, but I gotta recommend his “To Live and Die in L.A.” starring William Petersen and Willem Defoe. It’s pretty intense, and there’s a great soundtrack by Wang Chung.