In each daily episode we take a look at one individual minute of the Tim Burton Film "Beetlejuice," from the first frame to the last.
It's finally arrived. The end of an era. In our final Beetlejuice Minute Podcast we dive into Oscar-winning crewmembers, The Batman Minute, rebooting Beetlejuice and....the cartoon. (Guest commentator, Chris Taylor)
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We scrutinize time warps, the history of "Jumpin' in line," and Beetlejuice's... undergarments? (Guest commentator, actor Anthony Phillips)
We chat about how to make your own shrunken head, potentially awkward moments on set, and appreciating the horror genre. (Guest commentator, actor Anthony Phillips.)
A little side tangent we went on about winning arguments on the inter-webs, the Disney Nightmare Before Christmas attraction and a moment of silence for Mr. Bill Paxton. (Guest commentator, writer, Kristina Perez-Webster)
We chat about Adam's sweet dance moves, musical choices, and movie trends. (Guest commentator Kristina Perez-Webster)
What started as a "quick question" about the Oscars turned into a 16 minute bonus feature on this week's Beetlejuice Minute. Oddly we spoke more about past years than this year but fun nevertheless. Enjoy! (Guest commentator Chris Taylor)
Link to the Honest Trailers 2017 Oscar Parody:
The aftermath of the Beetle-incident, trimming down endings, and Adam's naughty side! (Guest commentator Chris Taylor)
P.S. Be sure to look for our bonus content on the 2017 Oscars taking place the Sunday after this minute originally airs.
Also known as the "Dune" minute, we ponder guitar riffs, sand worms and offer our listeners a new creative challenge. (Guest commentator, Chris Taylor)
Click the video link below to watch the Dune scene mentioned in today's podcast.
To get Barry's worm/rhythm joke click the video below!
We're back with dangerous art, alien preachers, and we all become foley artists! (Guest Commentator Chris Taylor)
We discuss old wives' tales, Beetlejuice's ability to reveal inner selves, and Giorgio Armani??? (Guest commentator Chris Taylor.)
Our preferences for the Deans' comeuppance, Charles' willful inaction, and Tim Burton fixes a mistake. (Guest commentator Chris Taylor)
THE minute we've all been waiting for! Also, we discuss shared universes and speculate on Otho's fate in an alternate version of Beetlejuice! (Guest commentator Chris Taylor.)
Today we discuss Otho's character arc, sharpening talons and how thankful we are the original script was re-written. (Guest commentator: writer, Chris Taylor.)
Links mentioned in this podcast:
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In today's minute we chat about experiencing Robert Goulet, Delia's tiny-weeny-bitty-subtle-small character arc, and a PSA from the Beetlejuice Minute. (Guest Commentator, screenwriter Chris Taylor.)
In today's minute we chat about rhyming poetry, being deader, and the importance of reading warnings before doing spells! (Guest commentator, writer, Kristina Perez-Webster)
Barbara gets a little maternal in this minute amongst our botany discussion and questioning Otho's prior supernatural experiences. (Guest commentator, new mom, theater supporter and writer, Kris Perez-Webster)
The Beetlejuice Minute gets a little girly as we gush a bit about the costumes, plus reaction shots and a few what ifs! (Guest commentator, Kristina Perez-Webster)
We dive into subtle transformational arcs, script butchering and delightfully retro presentations. (Guest commentator, writer Kristina Perez-Webster)
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