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Reel Talk Podcast #31 – Rosemary’s Baby & The Warriors

April 8, 2013

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Hold the phone! It’s time to catch up on some classics, which brings us to two great films that are considered the best from directors Walter Hill and Roman Polanski. 1979’s urban action thriller, “The Warriors”, directed by Hill and 1968’s “Rosemary’s Baby”, a psychological horror film from Roman Polanski. Along with some great cinematography and art design, both are based on novels and both have characters that have some intense phone booth exchanges. Joining us is Jim Terry, local comic book artist (The Crow: Skinning the Wolves) and fellow film enthusiast, who adds to the lively discussion we have of these two films and other movie news. For some of us, it was our first time watching these films, so you’ll want to hear what two newcomers have to say about them.

EPISODE 31 – Breakdown

  • Intro
  • News – Robert Redford helps out Captain America and more….
  • Discussion – David, Demetri and Jim discuss “The Warriors” and “Rosemary’s Baby”
  • Announcements:  The Patio Theater has partnered with the Chicago Cinema Society for some great upcoming events!

 

Check it out HERE! 

 

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