The Film Feed: Episode 06 - This is Optimus Prime Speaking
by Alex Billington
March 17, 2009
In this episode of The Film Feed, Will and Clark take on the latest slew of Marvel movie news despite Clark's obvious crush on Scarlett Johansson, while Sean rants about his animosity towards a remake of Stephen King's It. The guys also try to digest the latest trailers for The Boat that Rocked and Terminator Salvation while special guest Ben Milton joins Will for a review of The Last House on the Left. Also in this episode, Will's cynicism continues to shine while Sean's phone call resembles an Autobot distress signal. Be sure to tune in next week for more reviews and movie news. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the Film Feed.
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0:00-1:31 - Introduction
1:32-24:00 - Movie News & Trailers
1:32-5:53 - Terminator Salvation Trailer
5:54-13:00 - Marvel News: Scarlett Johansson / Delays
13:01-15:32 - In the Loop Trailer
15:33-19:52 - Remake of Stephen King's It
19:53-24:00 - The Boat that Rocked Trailer
25:16-35:32 - Will & Ben's Review of Last House on the Left
35:32-38:52 - Closing
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Reader Feedback - 3 Comments
I think that "it" will be awesome. The old movie was sooooo cheesy!!
Justicecat on Mar 17, 2009
... Another great episode guys, I agree that Scarlett Johansson should do a good job with Iron Man 2... she's a good actress and should be able to stand next to Gwyneth Paltrow and Robert Downey. ...
Mondo Jay on Mar 17, 2009
During your 10-minute discussion of "Last House on the Left," you didn't say "Last House on the Left" once! It was always "this movie" or "this one," even when you were comparing it to other films. It made the discussion pretty hard to follow.
Jason on Mar 23, 2009
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