A Place For Film – Midnight Movies Fall 2012

On this week's episode we're inviting CMCL grad student David Church and SLIS grad student Sean Smalley to discuss the Midnight Movie series.

Al Pacino in Cruising

Photo: Copyright 1980 Warner Bros

Al Pacino in Cruising, part of the Midnight Movies series.

Episode 95 – Discussing The Midnight Movie Series

On this week’s episode we’re inviting Communication and Culture Graduate Student David Church and School Of Library and Information Sciences grad student Sean Smalley to discuss the Midnight Movie series that they programmed.

We start off with What Have You Seen Lately. Jason is covering a slew of John Wayne movies including one originally shot in 3D, while Andy is talking about what’s been playing at the Cinema, including the Joe Swanberg series, and a Western of his own.

After an extended discussion, we get into the Midnight Movies series. These are generally horror, sexploitation, or grindhouse style movies, so not for everyone, but they do cover an important part of film culture. All films will start at 11:59pm on their scheduled dates, and expect a rowdy crowd and a unique experience.

Video – Fall 2012 Midnight Movie Series

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode

2001: A Space Odyssey
Aguirre: Wrath Of God
Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry
Alice
Apollo 13
Beyond The Black Rainbow
Burden Of Dreams
Cruising
Fata Morgana
Faust
Fitzcarraldo
Fleshpot on 42nd Street
Hannah Takes The Stairs
Heart of Glass
Hondo
In A Glass Cage
Land Of Silence And Darkness
McClintock
Ned Kelly
Nosferatu The Vapire
Paranormal Activity
Queen Of Versailles
Rogue Trader
Shane
Silver Bullets
Sun Don’t Shine
Take This Waltz
The Imposter
The Island
The Killing Floor
The Shootist
THX 1138
Tick, Tick, Tick
Tombstone
V/H/S
Vapors

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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