Ep 33 ComicPop…corn Movies Midnight Showing of “Big Trouble in Little China”
“This is Jack Burton in the ‘Pork Chop Express’ and I’m talking to whoever’s listening out there. It’s a pretty amazing planet we live on here. And a man’d have to be some kind of fool to think we’re all alone in this universe.” And with that the ComicPop Crew get taken on a fantastical fun filled adventure in John Carpenter’s Cult Classic Big Trouble In Little China.
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- Big Trouble in Little China, John Carpenter – Director, 20th Century Fox, 1986. ASIN: B000QUCQX8, $15.74.
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- “Train of Thought”, Four Songs, Andrew Lubman, 2007.
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1. John Carpenter’s The Thing, directed by John Carpenter, starring Kurt Russel, Blu-Ray, Universal Studios, 2008. ASIN: B001CW7ZWG, $14.98.
2. The Thing, directed by Matthiji van Heijiningen Jr., starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Blu-Ray/DVD, Universal Studios, 2012. ASIN: B0067QPVD2, $34.98.
3. Podcast Intro and Outro – Andrew Lubman’s, “Train of Thought”.
Other things mention were: Star Wars; Alien; Escape from New York; Escape from L.A.; AVP; Predator; Hellraiser; Terminator 2; Terminator T3; Archer; Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination; Survivors; Nordguard: Across Thin Ice; Jeffrey Eddy, President; SofaWolf Press, Inc.; Erin Hunter; 501st; 70th Explorers Garrison; Exploration Place
Part 2 of The Thing review and discussion. Join us this episode as we look at 1982’s John Carpenter’s The Thing, starring Kurt Russell and directed by John Carpenter, and 2011’s The Thing, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead and directed by Matthiji van Heijiningen Jr. We also have E-mails! One from Charlene, about the Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination Exhibit and then a really cool one from Jeffrey Eddy, President of SofaWolf Press, Inc.
Episode 21 ComicPop Library: And Another Thing