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Film Itself: ‘Twin Peaks’ Historian H. Perry Horton

By Film School Rejects On this week’s Film Itself, Geoff welcomes our very own H. Perry Horton as our guest to talk about his work as a ‘Twin Peaks’ historian, his book, and his up-and-coming work as a video essayist. It’s an all in the FSR family conversation this week in which we pull back the curtain on our own Video Content Editor and his many interests.

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Shot By Shot: Mulholland Drive

By Film School Rejects In honor of Twin Peaks’ return this week, Perry and Geoff delve into the weird world of director David Lynch with Mulholland Drive, shot by Peter Deming.

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After the Credits: Alien: Covenant

By Film School Rejects For this week’s review, Matthew welcomes on Birth.Movies.Death’s Scott Wampler to talk about Ridley Scott’s bleak, Michael Fassbender-dominant ‘Alien: Covenant.’

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The Big Idea: Ranking The Alien Franchise

By Film School Rejects This week’s Big Idea takes you behind the scenes of a film blog trying to parse together a ranked list of the Alien movies. From Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece to Alien vs. Predator: Requiem, Neil Miller and FSR contributor Theo Broxson debate the merits of each film in the franchise in an attempt to build a final list.

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This week’s opening music is an awesome fan made score from Isak Olsson, who envisioned what the score for a Neill Blomkamp Alien film might be like. → continue…

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Film Itself: Producer Stephen Scarlata

By Film School Rejects For this week’s Film Itself conversation, Geoff talks to longtime producer Stephen Scarlata, whose latest film Beyond the Gates is currently out on all home video formats. They talk about the new film, Jodorowsky’s Dune, and even a little Jaws and Friday the 13th before getting into a discussion about missing video stores.

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After the Credits: King Arthur

By Film School Rejects For this week’s review, Matthew chats with Mashable’s Angie Han to talk about her Guy Ritchie appreciation, breathy soundtracks, and all the slow-motion fighting in King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

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