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This week we've got a special Halloween treat with filmmaker Bill Scurry returning to the podcast to watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show for the first time at last year's 40th anniversary screening at the Ziegfeld Theater. Join us as Bill experiences Rocky the way it's meant to be seen -- with Barry Bostwick and 200 screaming, costumed fans.

After the screening, Bill and I talk about Rocky Horror as the first movie "meme,"  Tim Curry's enduring greatness, whether or not it's actually a "bad" movie and much more. 

Follow Bill on Twitter and check out his short film work over on his website. Here's an episode of his series No Talking During the Movie about Liquid Sky, a film (like Rocky Horror) that played at NYC's Waverly Theater. 

Here's a nice piece on the cultural and social significance of Rocky Horror. And, hey, why not read about the late, great Ziegfeld Theater

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Direct download: The_Rocky_Horror_Picture_Show_MMFHNS_V3.mp3
Category:movies -- posted at: 3:57pm EST
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This week Ear Hammer radio host Rommel Wood stops by to make some misty water-colored memories and watch The Way We Were for the first time. 

We drink beer (for Redford) and white wine (for Babs) and talk about watching a classic 1970s romance through a modern feminist lens, movies we watched with our moms, just what exactly a nice Jewish girl like Katie sees in boring, preppy Hubbell and much more. 

Follow Rommel on Twitter and listen to her show Ear Hammer over on Radio Free Brooklyn for great music and the hit segment The Dolores Claiborne Minute. 

Here's Babs' version of "Putting it Together," featuring The Way We Were director Sydney Pollack and David Geffen as record industry douchebags. 

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Direct download: The_Way_We_Were_MMFHNS_EP47.mp3
Category:movies -- posted at: 3:22pm EST
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