Episode 62: A Start To Saluting Women Filmmakers

This episode of Movie Madness brings an update to the summer box office where Dunkirk starts strong but Wonder Woman finishes in triumph. Erik Childress guides you through the meaning and importance of those numbers and offers some perspective on the top grade at Cinemascore. Then he is joined by Sergio Mims to talk up titles from Disney, Shout Factory, Warner Archive and a release from Flicker Alley that helped pave the way for women behind the camera.

0:00:00 – 0:01:13 – Intro

0:01:13 – 0:33:45 – Summer Box Office Update (through July 23, 2017)

0:33:45 – 0:40:29 – Saluting the Importance of Wonder Woman’s Box Office

0:40:29 – 1:59:28 – Blu-rays with Sergio Mims

1:59:28 – 2:09:51 – Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology on Blu-ray

2:09:51 – 2:12:42 – Outro

Blu-Rays/DVDs Covered

Disney (Beauty and the Beast, Bambi)

Shout Factory (The Paul Naschy Collection, Where the Buffalo Roam, car Wash, Cheech & Chong’s Next Movie, Trespass, The Lawnmower Man)

Warner Archive (Joe Versus the Volcano, The Ballad of Cable Hogue, The Gumball Rally, Running on Empty)

Paramount (Juice 25th Anniversary)

Flicker Alley (Early Women Filmmakers: An International Anthology)

James Laczkowski