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So I Married A Movie Geek - Episode 40 - Feed The Fish/Dogtooth

February 22nd, 2011

It's another Netflix instant streaming (plus WINE!!!!) double feature! Why? Because after three looong weeks, we finally got INTERNET in our new friggin' apartment!!! It's a celebration!!! A celebration that involves one great movie and one not so great movie. And our first official (and Oscar-nominated) foreign film!! We discuss Wisconsin, polar bear plunges, Tony Shalhoub, brushing your teeth while working out, Korean spas, shocking violence, isolationism, sweet dance moves, the Duggars, the Gosselins and more!! This podcast is rated PG-13 because Krissy pulls out a surprise 5-letter word! Earmuffs, kids!!!

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  • TheFilmConsumer

    Loved, loved, loved DEAD SNOW.

    Got ripped by FRENEMY because it featured Zach Galifianakis’s big head. He’s in the movie for 23 minutes.

    “Wings” connection between FEED THE FISH and the made-for-TV version of “The Shining”: Shalhoub and Weber.

    DOGTOOTH sounds awesome. FEED THE FISH not so much.

    Feb 23, 2011 at 1:08 am
  • soimarriedamoviegeek

    Nice. I might have to save DEAD SNOW for a zombie double feature.

    She will see THE SHINING. That’s a given.

    Feb 23, 2011 at 1:54 am
  • TheFilmConsumer

    The fiancée doesn’t watch a lot of movies, and even fewer horror flicks… but she enjoyed DEAD SNOW.

    I recommend FIDO for the other half of the double feature.

    “The Shining” is one of my favorite books. Kubrick’s version doesn’t really stay true to the story, but he made it his own and created one of the creepiest movies of all-time.

    The TV version is straight from the book, basically (which was awesome). Mick Garris does a pretty good job with King adaptations. However, Steven Weber is no Jack Nicholson. I do prefer Rebecca De Mornay over Shelley Duvall though.

    Feb 24, 2011 at 2:35 am