After the Credits Episode 110: April Preview

Though on first glance April is looking a little light on goodness, more than a passing glance revels quite a stash of stuff to get excited about including the eagerly anticipated Cain the the Woods. Apparently I’m not the only one who can’t resist the pull of Whedon. But there’s more than that and Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (Mary Ostler Wood Butchery & Other Stuff) and I find a few other titles that peak our interest. Take me to space!


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Show Notes:

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Opening Music: Semisonic’s “Closing Time (iTunes)

Opening April 6th

American Reunion
Damsels in Distress
Marina’s review
Comic-Con Episode Four: A Fan’s Hope
The Hunter

Opening April 13th

The Cabin in the Woods
The Three Stooges
Woman Thou Art Loosed: On the 7th Day
The Lady

Opening April 20th

The Lucky One
Think Like a Man
To the Arctic 3D
Darling Companion
The Moth Diaries

Opening April 27th

The Five-Year Engagement
The Raven
The Pirates! Band of Misfits
Sound of my Voice
Kurt’s review
Girl in Progress

Closing Music: The Naked and the Famous’ “Young Blood (iTunes)

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Current Films: Paris, Texas and Southland Tales
Upcoming Films: 52 Pick-Up and The Driver

3 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 110: April Preview

  1. Titanic is awesome. I would LOVE to see it again on the big screen. If I can find it NOT in 3D I’m all over it. But I guess that’s the point, so it probably won’t even exist.

    Billy Zane in this is in my top 5 villains of all time.

  2. The 3D version is actually pretty good though. I thought the conversion job was fantastic. If you look very very carefully you’ll spot a flaw or two, but on the whole they’ve done an amazing job of it. I’m not all that fussed about 3D and certainly don’t wish to see it become the norm, but for visually spectacular event movies like this the extra bit of spectacle (no pun intended) works for me.

  3. I couldn’t handle Titanic again. Twice was once too many.

    But I LOVE Winslet (she’s always gorgeous but she looks amazing in it) and the set/costume design but not enough to see it again. Ever.

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