Annabelle Comes Home/Midsommar – My Bloody Podcast #56!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jun 22nd, 2019

Here is the super spectacular 56th episode of the most fun horror podcast under the MULTI-MEDIA MEN banner called ‘My Bloody Podcast‘, where the show is related to all things HORROR! Here on this new show, host Preston Barta of Fresh Fiction and the Denton Record-Chronicle is joined by special guest James Cole Clay from Fresh Fiction (who is filling in for Bryan Kluger this week) to talk about everything we love about horror movies, tv shows, and horror themed music. Our Feature Presentation this week is a double-feature of the new 2019 films ‘Midsommar’ and ‘Annabelle Comes Home.’

In our fifty-sixth episode, we discuss the latest news about the ‘Halloween’ (2018) sequel releasing next year, casting news for Shudder’s ‘Creepshow’ series and the final trailer for ‘Stranger Things 3.’

Our big topic of course, is the 2019 films ‘Midsommar’ (which Preston saw at a special screening in Austin, TX) and ‘Annabelle Comes Home.’ Both reviews are spoiler-free, but Preston and James discuss what makes them work and not work. This episode is guaranteed to thrill you, chill you, and fulfill you. It was so much fun. This episode is guaranteed to thrill you, chill you, and fulfill you.

And don’t forget to visit iTunes and Stitcher to subscribe to our podcast. You can also email us at mybloodypodcast@gmail.com. Enjoy the show and see you next week! Thank you for listening.

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Gabriel Shear:
You know what the problem with Hollywood is? They make shit. Unbelievable, unremarkable shit. Now I'm not some grungy wannabe filmmaker that's searching for existentialism through a haze of bong smoke or something. No, it's easy to pick apart bad acting, short-sighted directing, and a purely moronic stringing together of words that many of the studios term as "prose". No, I'm talking about the lack of realism. Realism; not a pervasive element in today's modern American cinematic vision. Take Dog Day Afternoon, for example. Arguably Pacino's best work, short of Scarface and Godfather Part 1, of course. Masterpiece of directing, easily Lumet's best. The cinematography, the acting, the screenplay, all top-notch. But... they didn't push the envelope. Now what if in Dog Day, Sonny REALLY wanted to get away with it? What if - now here's the tricky part - what if he started killing hostages right away? No mercy, no quarter. "Meet our demands or the pretty blonde in the bellbottoms gets it the back of the head." Bam, splat! What, still no bus? Come on! How many innocent victims splattered across a window would it take to have the city reverse its policy on hostage situations? And this is 1976; there's no CNN, there's no CNBC, there's no internet! Now fast forward to today, present time, same situation. How quickly would the modern media make a frenzy over this? In a matter of hours, it'd be biggest story from Boston to Budapest! Ten hostages die, twenty, thirty; bam bam, right after another, all caught in high-def, computer-enhanced, color corrected. You can practically taste the brain matter. All for what? A bus, a plane? A couple of million dollars that's federally insured? I don't think so. Just a thought. I mean, it's not within the realm of conventional cinema... but what if?
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