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Missing Frames: Catching up with Cinema

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No more excuses! Join these heroic podcasters as they plunge the depths of cinema to watch all the movies they should have seen long ago. From classics like Citizen Kane to fan favorites like The Princess Bride, your hosts seek to not only make up for their years of cinematic ignorance but to delight the masses with their thoughtful and entertaining examinations.

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In this Between Takes episode of Missing Frames, Shawn Eastridge and his wife Sarah pass the time during their drive to Nashville to talk about their favorite road movies. In addition, they offer their reviews for new movies they've seen in... more

Released in 1986, Blue Velvet was considered a return to form for David Lynch following his widely dismissed adaptation of Dune. It combined his surrealistic and horrifying imagery with scenes of idyllic surbaban life and humor, making for an... more

While it was dismissed upon its release in 1998, The Big Lebowski's reputation as a cult classic has only grown through the years, with many now considering it one of the Coens' finest works and one of the best comedies of all time.... more

Missing Frames goes full-on philosophical like never before! Dan Rainer makes his first Missing Frames appearance to discuss one of his favorite films: My Dinner with Andre. Shawn has never seen it but many of his favorite filmmakers... more

It's been a year since John Mills (Aggressive Negotiations, Great Shot Kid, Words with Nerds) joined Shawn Eastridge on Missing Frames to review Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise, and six months since John's first viewing of its... more

Darren Moser (Ceti Alpha 3, Goodnight Moon) makes his first Missing Frames appearance to talk about his favorite film, a film Shawn has never seen. James Cameron's The Abyss. Released in summer 1989, The Abyss was considered a... more

In 1971, Clint Eastwood and Don Siegel introduced audiences to a new kind of hero: Inspector Harry Callahan, a.k.a. Dirty Harry. He's rough, he's tough, he's not interested in your excuses and he'll do anything he can to get the job done... more

Happy 2018, everybody! Do you...want to build a snowman? For the first Missing Frames episode of the new year, Sarah gets first movie pick, and in honor of the snowstorms and frigid weather that has graced the U.S., she chose the popular... more

That's right, people, we managed to find someone who has never seen The Empire Strikes Back. Charlynn Schmiedt, co-host of Punch It, joins Shawn and John to discuss what is widely considered the best film in the Star... more

For this week's episode, we're switching things up a bit with a spirited debate of Twin Peaks: The Return. Joining Shawn Eastridge and John Mills is first time Missing Framer Joey Thorne, a long-time fan of David Lynch and Mark Frost's... more

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