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Somewhere beyond science and beyond superstition there is another world. Come and join us in the world of darkness this Halloween season as we celebrate William Friedkin’s genre-defining 1973 horror film The Exorcist.

“I’m the Devil. Now kindly undo these straps.”

This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience:

FILM
The Exorcist (1973) dir. William Friedkin, USA
The Amityville Horror (1979) dir. Stuart Rosenberg, USA
The Evil Dead (1981) dir. Sam Raimi, USA

TELEVISION
The Dick Cavett Show, USA/ABC (1971) Episode “William Peter Blatty”
Fame Factor, UK/Channel 4 (1996) Episode “Didn’t You Used To Be Satan?”

CLIPS
The Exorcist: The Cultural Impact (1974)

MUSIC
“Tubular Bells” (1973) w&p: Mike Oldfield
“The Exorcist” Score w: Krysztof Penderecki

If you want to follow us on Letterboxd, we’re always logging and rating films we’ve been watching and occasionally Luke will do some pretty in-depth reviews, too.

Luke Kane: http://www.letterboxd.com/kanemutiny/
Damien Heath: http://www.letterboxd.com/jedikaos/

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Luke is also on Twitter, as is Damien

Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us next time as we lock ourselves safely away and discuss David Fincher’s 2002 thriller Panic Room. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website.

Special Guest: Jamey Duvall, Movie Geeks United Podcast

Check your hair and straighten your corsage because we’re heading to senior prom at Bates High School, as the Celluloid Junkies and guest host Cassandra Kane discuss Brian De Palma’s 1976 art house shocker Carrie.

“They’re all going to laugh at you!”

This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience:

FILM
Carrie (1976) dir. Brian De Palma, USA

MUSIC
Carrie [Score] (1976) w: Pino Donaggio

If you want to follow us on Letterboxd, we’re always logging and rating films we’ve been watching and occasionally Luke will do some pretty in-depth reviews, too.

Luke Kane: http://www.letterboxd.com/kanemutiny/
Damien Heath: http://www.letterboxd.com/jedikaos/

You can find Celluloid Junkies on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube and Pinterest.

Luke is also on Twitter, as is Damien

Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us next time as we lock ourselves safely away and discuss David Fincher’s 2002 thriller Panic Room. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website.

This month we’re in Little Italy, and we’re going to yell passionately about all things Cher and love and freshly baked bread as we discuss Norman Jewison’s 1987 romantic comedy Moonstruck.

This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience:

FILM
Moonstruck (1987) dir. Norman Jewison, USA
Pretty Woman (1990) dir. Garry Marshall, USA

MUSIC
“That’s Amore” (1953) w: Harry Warren & Jack Brooks, p: Dean Martin
Moonstruck [Score] (1987) w: Dick Hyman

If you want to follow us on Letterboxd, we’re always logging and rating films we’ve been watching and occasionally Luke will do some pretty in-depth reviews, too.

Luke Kane: http://www.letterboxd.com/kanemutiny/
Damien Heath: http://www.letterboxd.com/jedikaos/

You can find Celluloid Junkies on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube and Pinterest.

Luke is also on Twitter, as is Damien

Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us next time as we look at Damien’s favourite horror film, Brian de Palma’s mid-70s masterpiece Carrie. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website.

Reaganism, a fear of AIDS and the backlash against feminism heightened our reactions to what became “the zeitgeist movie of the decade”. Take a trip back with us to talk about Adrian Lyne’s 1987 thriller Fatal Attraction.

Was Alex a “she-wacko”? Is Dan “a basically decent guy”? We discuss this and more, including women in the workplace, shooting your own unborn child, and the top erotic thrillers that came in the film’s wake.

This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience:

FILM
Fatal Attraction (1987) dir. Adrian Lyne, USA
Sleepless in Seattle (1993) dir. Nora Ephron, USA

CLIPS
Saturday Night Live skit “Fatal Attraction” (February 25th 1989)

If you want to follow us on Letterboxd, we’re always logging and rating films we’ve been watching and occasionally Luke will do some pretty in-depth reviews, too.

Luke Kane: http://www.letterboxd.com/kanemutiny/
Damien Heath: http://www.letterboxd.com/jedikaos/

You can find Celluloid Junkies on FacebookTwitterInstagramYouTube and Pinterest.

Luke is also on Twitter, as is Damien

Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us next time as we look at Norman Jewison’s unforgettable rom-com Moonstruck. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website.

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