Apr 26, 2017

The Passion of the Christ



2017 Anno Domini. The Midnight Movie Cowboys look at the Mel Gibson masterpiece 'The Passion of the Christ'.

A brutal film that pull no punches, it affected 2 of us, and one of us is destined for a pineapple in hell.

This is about as religious as the MMC will get, so listen in, and hear our thoughts, on this devastating film.

See ya next week

Apr 20, 2017

Listener Request: Boogie Nights



This week, we have another listener request! It's Boogie Nights!

This is a particularly good one, we get into some pretty heavy topics surrounding the movie.

We also take a look at The Dirk Diggler Story, the Paul Thomas Anderson short film that served as the prototype for this movie. You can watch it embedded below!

Hope you all enjoy!

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Apr 14, 2017

Listener Request: Sweeney!


Hey friends, back again with a new episode, and this week, it is a listener request from our mate, Mr. Anthony Nesbitt, and he has requested... SWEENEY!

We here at the MMC love us a good British cop show, and Sweeney is one of the best.

On this episode, we look at the 1977 big screen filmed version of the hit television show, Starring Dennis Waterman, and a very old looking, but young John Thaw.

So, sit down, listen on and enjoy.

See ya next week.

Apr 5, 2017

Star Trek: City on the Edge of Forever



This week, John, Hunter, and Stu look at one of the most beloved episodes of the original Star Trek series, "City on the Edge of Forever." We talk about the episode, the franchise as a whole, and pay special attention to Harlan Ellison's original teleplay for the episode, and the differences between the final version. 

Apr 1, 2017

Read Any Good Films Lately?



Hey gang, back with a bit of a left turn for us. This week Stuart and John look at the once popular Novelization. You see there was a time, when a film, would be turned into a novel, for folks to read, as well as watch.

Sadly, the novelization died a death sometime in the last 15 years, and are now barely seen on shelves at book stores (although they are still written, just not in the prominence they once were).

So, let us take you back to a time, when the Novelization, was an important component in helping to promote a film, and too a time, when people would still read books.

See ya next week


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