Missing Frames: Catching up with Cinema

No more excuses! Join these heroic podcasters as they plunge the depths of cinema to watch all the movies they should have seen long ago. From classics like Citizen Kane to fan favorites like The Princess Bride, your hosts seek to not only make up for their years of cinematic ignorance but to delight the masses with their thoughtful and entertaining examinations.

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Episode 14 - Slither


Nearly a decade before he hit it big with Guardians of the Galaxy, writer/director James Gunn made a low-budget horror film called Slither. Gunn's 2006 debut might have only made $12 million on a $15 million budget, but through the years it's garnered...


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Episode 13 - The Fast and the Furious Franchise


This episode contains FULL SPOILERS for the entire Fast and Furious series. If you're not up to date, listen at your own peril. Missing Frames is back in full force with a doozy of an episode. Inspired by last weekend's release of The Fate of the...


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 2017-04-23  1h25m
 
 

Between Takes Episode 0.1 - Power Rangers


Missing Frames host Shawn recently had the opportunity to see the new Power Rangers with his wife Sarah. As a child of the 90s, Shawn had something of a moral obligation to see the film; Sarah on the other hand has never seen a single episode of the...


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 2017-04-09  15m
 
 

Episode 12 - The Godfather


On March 15, 1972, Francis Ford Coppola's cinematic adaptation of Mario Puzo's best-selling novel The Godfather was released in theaters. The film was a huge hit, the highest grossing of 1972, and went on to be nominated for nine Academy Awards,...


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 2017-03-19  41m
 
 

Episode 11 - Before Sunrise


In January 1995, Richard Linklater's fourth feature Before Sunrise was released in theaters. While it was by no means a box office smash, the film, which stars Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy, has since gone on to develop something of a cult following and...


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 2017-03-05  1h8m
 
 

Episode 10 - The Notebook


The Notebook is considered by many to be one of the great romantic movies of all time, and what better time to watch a beloved romantic movie than the weekend before Valentine's Day? Lindsey Kendrick joins Shawn Eastridge for his first ever viewing of...


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 2017-02-12  48m
 
 

Episode 09 - 1984


George Orwell’s classic dystopian novel 1984 is one of Missing Frames host Shawn Eastridge’s all-time favorites. And though Michael Radford’s film adaptation (released in 1984) has a decent reputation thanks to Roger Deakins’ stunning cinematography...


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 2017-01-29  45m
 
 

Episode 08 - Labyrinth


Released in 1986, Jim Henson's final film Labyrinth was a bit of a flop both financially and critically. In the years since it's release, however, it's become something of a cult classic and has an incredibly devoted following. In honor of David...


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 2017-01-15  42m
 
 

Episode 07 - The Blues Brothers


The Blues Brothers is one of the greatest comedies of all time. Few films have successfully meshed so many different genres and emerged victorious. It's a comedy, a musical and an action movie; for years it even held the record for most crashed cars...


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 2017-01-01  29m
 
 

Episode 06 - Lethal Weapon


Catching Up on Lethal Weapon On March 6, 1987, the 'buddy cop' genre was refined to near-perfect with the Shane Black-penned, Richard Donner-helmed film Lethal Weapon. Starring Mel Gibson and Danny Glover doing some of the best work of their careers,...


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