I Do Movies Badly

I Do Movies Badly

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Join amateur film critic, Jim Rohner, and guests (but mainly Jim) on a journey to explore the most important films and filmmakers in an attempt to remedy his own cinematic ignorance

David Bax remains the only I Do Movies Badly guest to actively pitch me topics and thus, he returns for the second time in three months to discuss some Canuxploitation films – or, less fun, “tax shelter films” – in which our neighbors of the Great White North used tax laws to create genre films that were precursors to American genre films in more ways than one. There is, of course, some talk about the impending NHL playoffs and why they’re a stupid idea, wading into the waters of questioning if Hamilton is a “movie” or not, and, obviously, the recommendations: Bob Clark’s Black Christmas (1974), George Mihalka’s My Bloody Valentine (1981), and Mark L. Lester’s Class of 1984 (1982).

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