Combine the number-based thrills of The Number 23 with the Nicholas-Cage-sees-the-future thrills of Next and what do you get? We discuss Knowing. Meanwhile Dan reveals his competing film “Number Quest,” Stuart reveals his knowledge of afterlife mythologies, and Elliott reveals the Egypt-born, Australian-raised Alex Proyas’ surprisingly French accent.
0:00 – 0:33 – Introduction and theme
0:34 – 33:52 – The original Peaches unearth a time capsule with a warning for all mankind: avoid Knowing.
33:53 – 36:27- Final judgments
36:28 – 37:34 – A break for station identification.
37:35 – 42:50 – A Very Norwegian Flop House Movie Mailbag
42:51 – 47:59 – The sad bastards recommend.
48:00 – 49:17 – Goodbyes, theme and outtakes.
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If you enjoyed Stu and Elliott’s discussion of the imaginary Drew Struzan poster for Dan’s re-imagining of Knowing, “Number Quest,” you may enjoy this blog post about Mr. Struzan’s lesser-known work.