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.
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Posted on August 24, 2013, in Podcasts and tagged filmwhys, filmwise, interview, movies, podcast, review. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
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.