After the Credits Episode 109: March Preview

In a strange turn of events, this month’s preview rivals the Cinecast in length. Coming in just over the two hour mark, this is what happens when Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (Mary Ostler Wood Butchery & Other Stuff) and I chat movies opening in March and let ourselves muse on good TV, piracy and reading. We don’t even venture into Oscar talk! Apparently we need to meet more than once a month.


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Show Notes:

Click on movie title for the trailer.

Opening Music: Badly Drawn Boy’s “The Shinning (iTunes)

Opening March 2nd

Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax
Project X
Being Flynn
Tim and Eric’s Bilion Dollar Movie
The Snowtown Murders
The Salt of Life

Opening March 9th

John Carter
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen
Friends with Kids
A Thousand Words
Silent House
Jiro Dreams of Sushi
The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye
Seeking Justice
The Decoy Bride

Opening March 16th

21 Jump Stret
Casa de mi Padre
Jeff who Lives at Home
The Kid with a Bike

Opening March 23rd

The Hunger Games
The Raid
The Deep Blue Sea

Opening March 30th

Wrath of the Titans
Mirror Mirror
The Bully Project
The Island President

Closing Music: Led Zepplin’s “Kashmir (iTunes)

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6 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 109: March Preview

  1. I’m completely keen on seeing John Carter of Mars. I hope its a case of failure to know how to sell the film rather than trying to salvage a dud. Initial word from the nerd crowd in L.A. is pretty good.

    1. Yeah, I’ve been keeping my eye out on reactions and they’ve all been pretty positive so far. Everyone seems to be in agreement that the film has problems but that it overcomes them. I can’t wait!

        1. I wish my dad would have taken me to see something this cool when I was little. The first and last movie I remember seeing with my parents was Gone with the Wind.

  2. I’ve The Raid right at the top of my radar for March.

    The Hunger Games is going to be huge. I’ve little to no interest, but everything points to this being the next big franchise. Good for Jennifer Lawrence.

  3. The Raid is REALLY, REALLY, GOOD, a truly excellent action film.

    (p.s., it’s absolutely NOTHING like Attack The Block)

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