Film Geek Central presents: THE FILMS OF 1973 – Podcast Episode 12

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Welcome to another episode of The Films of 1973, where I review every available film from 1973!

You can view the entire upcoming schedule for the podcast, as well as look up  previous episodes, here.

You can listen to this episode at the bottom of this page.

For this episode I’m joined by my brother and best friend, Perry Kennedy.

Together, we’ll be reviewing:

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SCARECROW [R] 1hr 52min Starring Gene Hackman, Al Pacino; Directed by Jerry Schatzberg – Two drifters travel across the country to Pittsburgh, where they plan to up a car wash.

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SCHLOCK [PG] 1hr 20min Directed by John Landis – Horror spoof about the missing link terrorizing a small town.

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STATE OF SIEGE [NR] 2hrs 1min Directed by Costas-Gavras – Politically charged thriller about a group of fascists that kidnap an important political figure.

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THEATER OF BLOOD [R] 1hr 44min. Starring Vincent Price, Diana Rigg; Directed by Douglas Hickox – Dark horror comedy about a Shakespearian actor killing all of the critics that gave him bad reviews.

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CHARLEY ONE-EYE [R] 1hr 22min. Starring Richard Roundtree; Directed by Don Chaffey – Low budget western about a black man and an Indian who become unlikely friends?

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THE BABY [PG] 1hr 24min. Directed by Ted Post; – Bizarre semi-horror film about a family raising a 21 year old man as an infant.

 

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