Episode 64: Color Of Night

Color-of-night-5This week’s movie, Color Of Night, may be one of the oddest recommendations we have ever received. I mean when listener Leo Logan told us he wanted us to do a movie starring Bruce Willis, the 3 of us obviously assumed he was going to say the infamous Hudson Hawk…well what we got was something even more ridiculous. Yes, that’s right, even more ridiculous than Hudson Hawk! Who knows why, at possibly the height of his career, Willis thought doing this movie was a great idea. This movie has some of the oddest music choices, odd editing, a whacky who dunnit plot, off the wall dialogue, and an insane sex scene that includes a quick glimpse at Little Bruno. The film, also starring Scott Bakula, Brad Dourif, & Lance Henrickson, is about a color-blind psychiatrist who is stalked by an unknown killer after taking over his murdered friend’s therapy group, all of whom have a connection to a mysterious young woman that he begins having intense sexual encounters with.

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Next week, we do our first ever “in theaters now” edition of the podcast. Episode will feature a discussion on none other than the film I, Frankenstein. The movie comes out in theaters this coming Friday, even in IMAX…yes IMAX. Frankenstein’s creature finds himself caught in an all-out, centuries old war between two immortal clans.

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One response to “Episode 64: Color Of Night

  1. Fun fact about the film’s director Richard Rush. He was once nominated for an Oscar for making an acclaimed gem called The Stunt Man from 1980 with Peter O’Toole. After that, he would not direct another movie for 14 years, until he made Color of Night, and soon he stopped doing filmmaking altogether.

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