Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics

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John teams up with Chris to tackle some of the latest home releases in Blu-Ray and DVD and tell you which not to miss and which you definitely should.

    

    

    

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6 thoughts on “Digital Noise Episode 167: Sometimes You Can’t Beat the Classics”

  1. At first I was gonna point out the commentary for that last Blair Witch movie being honest in terms flaws, but then I remembered that it’s less of that and more of them just being bitter and angry about the movie getting panned and tanking at the box office.

  2. Considering one of your favorite movies in this collection was a noir film, I have two questions about film noir.
    1-What 5 films would you recommend to figure out what kinds of noir films you like? I like noir, but I’m more familiar with noir comics like Ed Brubaker’s The Fade Out or Megan Leevey’s Angel City. What films would you advise as taste bud testers?
    2- A question occurred to me about noir recently: how many noir films feature proactive, aggressive protagonists who are the focus of the story whose story has nothing to do with being tied to a man of some sort?

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  4. I really appreciate the way you guys handled the spoiler at the end. I was wondering, at first, how you’d get the audience to know when to tune back in since Digital Noise is audio only. Good job!

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