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A Place For Film – Fall 2013 Midnight Movie Series

On this week's episode, we've invited David Church, Sean Smalley and Will Scheibel to talk about the Midnight Movie Series.

Kurt Russell in The Thing

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Kurt Russell in The Thing

Episode 141 – Discussing The Fall 2013 Midnight Movie Series

On this week’s episode, we’ve invited David Church, Sean Smalley, and Will Scheibel to talk about the Midnight Movie Series. David, Sean, and Will are all grad students in Communication and Culture and helped program the Midnight Movie series. The theme of the series this semester is More Human Than Human. Each film will play at midnight.

We start out with What Have You seen lately, and Jason is talking about Wanderlust, and Andy is covering Hannah Arendt.

We then discuss the Midnight Movie series. We talk about how the series has developed, what the theme means to the programmers, and discuss each of the films.

Enjoy the episode.

Video – Fall 2013 Midnight Movie Series

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:

12 Angry Men
A Few Good Men
Aberration of Light: Dark Chamber Disclosure
Aint Them Bodies Saints
Alien
Altered States
Badlands
Beyond the Black Rainbow
Big Trouble in Little China
Black Sunday
Blade Runner
Bye Bye Birdie
Closed Circuit
Cruising
Dario Argento’s World of Horror
Dawn of the Dead
Deep Throat
E.T.
Eraserhead
Escape from L.A.
Escape from New York
Flesh
Getaway
Grapes of Wrath
Halloween
Hannah Arendt
Johnny Firecloud
King Kong
Lady Terminator
MacBeth
Mommy Dearest
Mystics in Bali
Night of the Living Dead
Nightmare On Elm Street
Nosferatu
One Direction: This Is Us
Orgy at Lil’s Place
Possession
Prince Avalanche
Satan’s Bed
Star Wars
The Beyond
The Conjuring
The Devil in Ms. Jones
The Fly
The Haunting of Julia
The House by the Cemetery
The Miracle of Bern
The Telephone Book
The Thing
The Thing From Another World
The Virgin Spring
They Live By Night
True Romance
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
Two Women
Wonderlust
You and Me
You Only Live Once
Zombie

Andy Hunsucker

Andy Hunsucker is the creator and co-host of A Place for Film - The IU Cinema podcast. Along with his co-host Jason Thompson, he produces a weekly podcast focusing on events at the IU Cinema, and film at Indiana University. He also designs posters and video animations for the Cinema on a volunteer basis.

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