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Filmwhys #12 Rope and Planet Hulk

It’s time once again for another episode of Filmwhys, or the Why Haven’t You Seen This Film podcast where I have a returning guest for the first time, webnovelist Stefan Gagne from Pixelscapes who asks me why I haven’t seen one of Hitchcock’s more experimental films, Rope which is only the third Hitchcock movie that I’ve ever seen. And I ask him why he hasn’t seen one of Marvel’s animated offerings, Planet Hulk.

12 Planet Rope

Click here to listen, or you can also find me on iTunes and Stitcher. As always, I appreciate it if you give a review, like, thumbs up, subscribe and all that stuff and leave me a comment, let me know what you like, even what you didn’t. And join in the episode, share your own Film Whys. I have never seen the Bill Murray comedy Stripes or another famous comedy of his that I’ll be watching for next week’s record, so what’s your Bill Murray Filmwhys? A film you haven’t seen, but really want to or feel like you should. I’ll share the answers on that episode. I’ll be back again next week with Jason Soto of Your Face! If you want to check out older episodes of Filmwhys be sure to visit the archives. Until next time, this has been Bubbawheat for Flights, Tights, and Movie Nights.

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About Bubbawheat

I'm a comic book movie enthusiast who has watched and reviewed over 300 superhero and comic book movies in the past four years, my goal is to continue to find and watch and review every superhero movie ever made.

Posted on August 24, 2013, in Podcasts and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I would love to see a Maxx movie as well, but it will be considered too dark for mainstream audiences. The animated show on MTV(Yes MTV ) was really dark too.

    • Well the animated series was almost just a direct translation of the comic. I don’t think it’s too dark, especially considering the direction superhero films have been taking in general. I just think it’s too obscure of a character, and too high concept.

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