Rob Zombie released his first Halloween remake in 2007 and followed the success of that film with a much less appreciated sequel in 2009. Ever since then the Halloween franchise has been in limbo with a new sequel only announced recently. Whatever happened to a third Rob Zombie movie? We find out this week as we read Halloween 3D, the un-produced sequel in the Rob Zombie line of Halloween films.
Written by: Tod Farmer and Patrick Lussier
Logline: After surviving the end of Halloween 2, Laurie Strode is living in a mental institution with some of Michael Meyer's victims. With Michael believed to be dead, thinks start to become apparent that he might not be as dead as everyone believes.
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On today's mini episode we talk about the script that we will be covering on Friday, which was the one we missed last week. That's right Halloween 3D is finally going to get covered. Our guest is well and ready to sit down and rip into this interesting sequel to Rob Zombie's Halloween 2. Jeremy also brings his wife back into their apartment studio to discuss their top ten television shows of all time. Shows like Breaking Bad, Star Wars, and Jessica Jones. You can find the script for Friday on our tumblr at www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com. You can follow the show on Twitter and Instagram @shelvedpodcast. You can also email questions, comments, and suggestions to our email email@example.com. Don't forget to rate and review the show on iTunes!
Well this week we were originally going to talk about Halloween 3D but we hit a roadblock! Our intended guest was sick, so that script will be discussed on a later show. Instead Jeremy and his wife Amanda decided to save the show by sitting down and discussing their top 10 films of all time! Some of these movies include Star Wars, James Bond, Julia Roberts, and twisted imagery. This is their own personal favorite films, which may be different from yours and that's okay! Be sure to follow us on Twitter @shelvedpodcast, and we now have an Instagram which is also shelvedpodcast. Be sure to email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org and rate and review the show on iTunes!
On today's mini episode we talk Friday's script, but more importantly we cover the highly anticipated trailer for Star Wars The Last Jedi. The host Jeremy Meyer breaks down his thoughts and a few predictions from what little the trailer has to offer. We are also still looking for movie inspired top 10 lists!
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This weeks episode features a script written in 1980 dubbed, "The greatest Sci-Fi script never made." The host Jeremy Meyer sits down with returning guest Maggie Geimer to find out if this claim holds true. Brought crashing to the ground by a series of behind the scenes infighiting, The Tourist still sits on a shelf to this day with no signs of ever being filmed.
Written by: Clair Noto
Logline: Grace Ripley, a beautiful corporate executive who happens to be an alien in disguise, seeks a way to get back to her home planet while being drawn into the bizarre world.
This weeks short mini episode features a call to arms to the listeners! We are looking for some questions for some C2E2 interviews. Also covered is the highly regarded script we will be covering on Friday, and a review on the Thor Ragnarok trailer. Otherwise known as Thor: Guardians of the Galaxy. As always you can find us on Twitter @shelvedpodcast and you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to find our script for Friday you can find it on our tumblr www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com.
This episode is a special treat. Guillermo Del Toro's script for At The Mountains of Madness is a wonderfully written horror adventure that must be discussed, so the host Jeremy Meyer sat down with returning guest Eric Ziselman to break down a movie that could have been. Put on hold due to the release of Prometheus Guillermo Del Toro felt they were too similar and set his passion project aside but what Jeremy and Eric find is a wonderful read that is worth hearing out.
Writers: Guillermo Del Toro and Matthew Robbins.
Logline: In the 1930's an expedition to Antarctica goes awry when the team stumbles upon an ancient mystery lost to time.
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A smaller mini episode today. We cover friday's script, which is fantastic, and there's also a review for the Assassin's Creed movie which may surprise you. As always you can find the scripts on the tumblr www.shelvedfilmpodcast.tumblr.com. You can follow the show on Twitter @shelvedpodcast, and you can email the show at firstname.lastname@example.org.