FWOAC 10: Lawless



Filmcast Without a Cause travels to the wettest county in the world with this week's feature review of John Hillcoat's Lawless. The show starts with a sad piece of news as we learn of Michael Clark Duncan's passing, but we recover quickly to discuss Michael Keaton in the Robocop remake, Shia Labeouf's "non-simulated" sex scene in an upcoming Lars Von Trier film and discuss the guidelines to successful screenwriting, developed by Pixar. After the review we tackle the cinema world's "Double Threats" and a fall movie preview.

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FilmcastWOAC Contents:
0:00 - 14:47     Intro - Movie News
  • Michael Clark Duncan dies
  • Michael Keaton to be villain in Robocop remake
  • Shia LaBeouf promises x-rated acting in next film
  • Secrets to Pixar Storytelling
14:48 - 22:33 Lawless
22:34 - 45:06 New on DVD & Double Threats
  • New on DVD
  • Weekly Recommendations
  • Favorite Cinematic Double Threats
  • Fall movie preview
45:07 - 49:20 Recommendations & Closing
  • Next Review: ????
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Comments

  1. How dare you talk about early Peter Jackson without mentioning Meet the Feebles! Not sure I like it quite as much as Dead Alive, but it's close. Haven't seen Bad Taste, so I'll definitely check it out.

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