FWOAC 17 - Seven Psychopaths / Prometheus


Filmcast Without a Cause is all messed up in the head after tackling the new film Seven Psychopaths and closing out our inaugural FWOAC Franchise Flashback with Prometheus. The news this week discusses the funny pages jumping to the silver screen, documentaries being adapted into feature films, Marvel Studios issues with supporting actors, and Nic Cage possibly becoming a warrior for Christ in a new Left Behind adaption.

Halloween Show Homework
Since next week's show will be released on Halloween, Jacob and Pat are planning on discussing the films they considered the scariest at different points in their life; childhood, teen years, college, and adulthood. As always your thoughts are welcome. Make a quick list and tweet them to us at @FilmcastWOAC. Also, since we have a week, why not watch the film its been the longest since viewing and see if it still scares you. 

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FilmcastWOAC Contents:
0:00 - 17:49     Intro - Movie News
  • Comic Strips optioned for Feature Films
  • Documentaries being adapted for Feature Films
  • Marvel Studios' issues with its supporting actors
  • Nic Cage could be in Left Behind remake
17:50 - 28:24 Feature Review: Seven Psychopaths
28:25 - 33:53 New on DVD & Recommendations
33:54 - 50:50 FWOAC Franchise Flashback: Prometheus
50:51 - 55:50 Closing
  • Next Review: Cloud Atlas
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