I Dream of Breenie IS BACK! That's right! Neil Breen has a new movie out and our city (the lovely city of Boston) hosted this movie for all of his fans. Having recovered from watching all 3 of Neil's movies in one sitting and discussing (Listen to the Neil Breen Spectacular here!), we decided to pack our bags and take the field trip to the sold out Somerville Theatre with our good friend Aaron of course. How has Neil progressed as a filmmaker? Is this his best movie to date? All of that and more on this week's Second Class Cinema.
On this weeks episode, we watch the 1986 BMX classic, Rad! Our good friend Christopher was very excited to bring on and show us this wonderful movie that he has such a rich history with. It's movies and moments like these that make all of the terrible, waste-of-time, garbage movies all worth the anguish.
The time has finally come for us to dive in to the cult classic The Room! This episode is the intro to a 5 part series we'll have discussing Tommy's masterpiece. There's too much to talk about it in one episode so we had to spread this out through the whole month of April. Enjoy our introduction and stay tuned for next week!
On this week's episode, we did something we've never done before.... We covered THREE movies. That's right. That means we sat through 3 movies in a row and then recorded this VERY long episode after. It was grueling. Aaron's back in town to discuss all three of Neil Breen's movies; Double Down (2005), I Am Here.... Now (2009) and Fateful Findings (2013). Listen up to find out how they all measured up during our ratings! This episode is a healthy 1 hour 45 minutes, so god bless you all.
Brittany chose the movie this week and she picked 1996's Freeway for her Cult Month selection. This is probably the closest we've come so far to watching something with actual substance. First time guest Jimmy is on to help us recap this mid-90's gem.