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In this special three-part miniseries from the Ringer Podcast Network, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino sits down with film critic Amy Nicholson to talk about five films he's programmed at his Los Angeles movie palace, the New Beverly Cinema. Along the way, their conversation leads to unexpected journeys into the director's personal history, his career, and what powers his movie obsessions.

Quentin Tarantino's Feature Presentation The Ringer

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    • 4.6, 1.1K Ratings

In this special three-part miniseries from the Ringer Podcast Network, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino sits down with film critic Amy Nicholson to talk about five films he's programmed at his Los Angeles movie palace, the New Beverly Cinema. Along the way, their conversation leads to unexpected journeys into the director's personal history, his career, and what powers his movie obsessions.

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4.6 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

@mikeyrots ,

Masks matter

I haven’t even finished yet and I’m leaving my 5 stars. This is a great series about one of my favorite horror films. Halloween is definitely a film that deserves this in-depth exploration. The Myers mask also deserves as much exploration. This mask changed the Halloween industry as much as Halloween changed the genre. It’s worth a deeper dive for anyone interested. It wasn’t a weekend project for Tommy Lee Wallace. It was a more involved task given to Don Post Studios, the legendary Halloween mask company. The artists involved are as much genre heavys as anyone on the film crew. William Malone, director of “Scared to Death” and “Creature”, as well as Robert Short, fx artist and designer on “Predator” and “Beetlejuice” both worked at Don Post in the 70s. They repainted and modified a Kirk mask, that was in production, with added hair from the Chewbacca masks, also in production, to make the mask that we all know and love. More info in The Illustrated History of Don Post Studios by Lee Lambert

Miiva ,

Informative, insightful, riveting

Wonderful podcast! I love the depth and detail that the host goes into—great portrait of John Carpenter’s childhood and coming of age against the background of a violent, tumultuous American history. So thankful this exists.

Ry Fitz ,

Errr

Make the Halloween part a YouTube channel.

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