trailerclash 11: The Thing Filmed After The Thing, But Set Before The Thing

If a prequel is called the same as the sequel, does it make it a remake? We ponder this question as we take a look at the newest incarnation of “The Thing”, a prequel to 1982’s “The Thing” (see what we mean?) Plus, the return of the Three Musketeers and Sherlock Holmes, Martin Scorcese makes a family film, and  John Carter takes us to Mars. And because you asked for it, more Clashback!

Hosts: Roberto Suarez & John Whitford
Announcer: Scott Fletcher
Theme Music: Goose
Closing Music: MrBulbamike

Newsclash: Last week we talked about Spielberg’s upcoming “War Horse;” check out this feature regarding the play based on the same story, now playing at Lincoln Center in New York!

This Week’s Trailers
The Thing
The Three Musketeers
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
John Carter

The Thing From Another World (1951)
The Thing (1982)

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2 Responses to trailerclash 11: The Thing Filmed After The Thing, But Set Before The Thing

  1. I’m tentatively looking forward to The Thing. I love the Carpenter version, and while the CGI in the trailer was a little obvious, it seems to do a good job of replcating the claustrophobic feeling of it and I like that they didn’t cast any big names and avoided going too mainstream Hollywood blockbuster with it. By the way, great point about the story basically being Ten Little Indians.
    I’m also a big fan of the BBC’s Sherlock and I haven’t seen the first of the Robert Downey Jr. movies, but I can’t imagine the being nearly as good.
    The trailer for John Carter looks very promising. I’d never ready any of the books or even heard of them before hearing about the movie, which is probably a good thing since I won’t be going into it with any preconceived notions.
    Great show, I really like how in depth the conversation gets. Keep up the good work.

    • buckarez says:

      Thank you for your kind words, John! It means a lot coming from seasoned b-movie specialists like yourselves. Looking forward to your review of “The Thing”!

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