Sunday, October 22, 2006

Mamo #62: Industrial Light & Mamo

They talk about "the magic of the movies"... but is it all just sleight of hand? Tonight's show is a round-robin card game between Georges Melies' advanced trickery, Harry Knowles' industrial light, and Christopher Nolan's prestige, with a healthy dollop of post-digital uncertainty thrown in for good measure. Abra kadabra!

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Mamo #61: The Very Nearly Departed

Martin Scorsese has a hit movie, for the first time since the other George Bush was president, so we take the opportunity to examine the history and continued potential for Americas oldest living master filmmaker. Also, we recap our TV discussion from last week and answer our critics. Matt and Matt, back to the movies.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Mamo #60: The TV Show

Annually, we turn our laser wit to the small screen, this year being in no way an exception. Why are the new shows the way they are, and what can be done about it? All this and much more, It's TV through the eye of the Mamo.