Monday, October 25, 2010

Jumpcut Junkies Ep. 19: The Social Network & other news

Hey folks. After a months-long absence, we're back with a Social Network review. Hope you enjoy!

Jumpcut Junkies Ep. 19 from Nick Rumaczyk on Vimeo.

According to Vimeo, you can now watch embeds on your iPhone, iPad, etc., so if you try that, please let us know how it works out for ya.

We recorded a few of these recently, so look for a bunch of new ones in the weeks ahead. Due to various scheduling issues, we stuck mostly to stuff that came out months ago, but are still fresh to DVD/Blu-ray, so they're not totally irrelevant. We did, however, get to see a film that won't have a wide release until next year, so be sure to check out that review as well.

This coming weekend Gabe and I will be out of town at a pretty awesome Halloween-related event, trick or treating for audiovisual candy sure to give your eyes cavities (I'm not very good at extended metaphors, but nevertheless, be sure to brush your peepers). Speaking of milking things, as I write this I'm listening to Bobby "Boris" Pickett's Monster Swim, his follow-up to Monster Mash.

That guy knew a good thing when he saw it. While Gabe is more the themed music mix guy, I'd say if you're looking for some good Halloween music, get any soundtrack performed by Goblin. I especially recommend Zombi (Dawn of the Dead) and Suspiria.


  1. At long last! I have enjoyed, yes, but where's my editing twist? And sorry about your grandparents... (I just saw "Hereafter" - they weren't in it.)

  2. i didn't have much of a problem with the story, but i do agree that the "greatness" might just be timely, nick. i agree with gabe that the film had a lot of elements that kind of override the "he said/she said" story. i was absolutely crazy about the score and the way it was shot. when i think about it, those two were crucial to the film and it would be weak without them.

    that being said, i thought it was GREAT. i saw it twice and i'd gladly see it again.

    ditto on goblin/suspiria