TGB Episode 67: Dark of the Bayhem (Guest: FSR Writer Luke Mullen)
by Tim Buel
June 30, 2011
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim and Jeremy are joined by Luke Mullen from Film School Rejects to go through their Picks of the Week, the newest DVD/Blu-Ray releases, talk through new trailers for Disney/Pixar's Brave and Brad Bird's Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, listen to voicemail on the horror genre and much more! The main topic of the night was a discussion on the career of Michael Bay, in honor of Transformers: Dark of the Moon hitting theaters. The guys go over Bay's filmography, talk about the highs and lows of his career, plus what they think Bay has in store for us with his future releases.
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Luke Mullen: @ldmullen
Picks of the Week:
Pick of the Week: 10:20
New Releases: 25:37
Trailer Watch: Brave: 41:47
Trailer Watch: M:I4: 46:55
Main Topic: Michael Bay: 69:10
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Oh my God. I am so sorry I missed last night's episode. My most sincerest apologies Tim and Jeremy. I am sad and ashamed.
DAVIDPD on Jun 30, 2011
lol I love Bay's humor and Bay in general. He hasn't done a bad movie IMO. One of my favorite directors of all time. As a Horror fan I have to say I loved the discussion on Horror by the way, great show guys!
Davide Coppola on Jul 1, 2011
YES! What Luke said about letting Bay do action sequences, while another director does the rest of the movie.... I've been saying that for years. It needs to happen.
Chazzy on Jul 1, 2011
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