Episode 72: From Spielberg to Python and Back Again

It’s a Spielberg kind of show. At least it begins that way as Sergio Mims joins Erik Childress again to discuss a whole new batch of Blu-rays, including a pair of Spielberg classics and what they mean to them, a new international company, the latest from Twilight Time and Arrow as well as a 90-year title from Flicker Alley. The guys also discuss how streaming services aren’t offering old films and why anyone would want to be a historian for a particular film.

0:00:00 – 0:01:42 – Intro

0:01:42 – 1:31:49 – Sergio Mims and the Blu-rays

1:31:49 – 1:36:13 – Outro

Blu-Rays/DVDs Covered

Universal (E.T.)

Sony (Close Encounters of the Third Kind)

Flicker Alley (The Lost World (1925))

Twilight Time (Gun Fury, September, Beneath the 12-Mile Reef, Lawman, Hour of the Gun)

MPI (It Stains the Sands Red)

Indicator (The Deadly Affair, See No Evil)

Arrow (Children of the Corn, A Fish Called Wanda, Legend of the Holy Drinker, The Big Knife)

James Laczkowski