15 Blow Out

Jeremy Smith of Ain’t It Cool News joins Devin & Amy to discuss the 1981 Brian De Palma masterpiece Blow Out. Is this conspiracy thriller the only De Palma film that deserves to be in the canon? Tune in for the discussion on how De Palma’s weird childhood inspired the film — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

Jeremy Smith of Ain’t It Cool News joins Devin & Amy to discuss the 1981 Brian De Palma masterpiece Blow Out. Is this conspiracy thriller the only De Palma film that deserves to be in the canon? Tune in for the discussion on how De Palma’s weird childhood inspired the film — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

14 E.T. vs. Close Encounters of the Third Kind

Devin & Amy debate which Steven Spielberg alien film belongs in the canon. Will it be Spielberg’s magnum opus about UFOs known as Close Encounters of the Third Kind? Or will it be Spielberg’s defining movie about a young boy who discovers an alien in his backyard known as E.T.? Tune in for the out of this world battle — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

Devin & Amy debate which Steven Spielberg alien film belongs in the canon. Will it be Spielberg’s magnum opus about UFOs known as Close Encounters of the Third Kind? Or will it be Spielberg’s defining movie about a young boy who discovers an alien in his backyard known as E.T.? Tune in for the out of this world battle — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

13 Clerks

On their way back from Park City, Devin & Amy detour to New Jersey’s Quick Stop convenience store to discuss the Sundance surprise of 1994: Kevin Smith’s Clerks. Is this the View Askewniverse’s only good film? Did Clerks prove that anyone could make a movie–and is that a good thing? Can Devin put aside his personal beef with Kevin Smith? Plus, they predict which flicks from this year’s Sundance could be potential canon fodder. Tune in for the battle — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!

On their way back from Park City, Devin & Amy detour to New Jersey’s Quick Stop convenience store to discuss the Sundance surprise of 1994: Kevin Smith’s Clerks. Is this the View Askewniverse’s only good film? Did Clerks prove that anyone could make a movie–and is that a good thing? Can Devin put aside his personal beef with Kevin Smith? Plus, they predict which flicks from this year’s Sundance could be potential canon fodder. Tune in for the battle — and head to the forums on Wolfpop to cast the deciding vote!