Last week, the guys went into great detail reviewing Part 1 of Stephen King’s 1990 miniseries IT. Part 1 told the story of the 7 kids who took on the demonic Pennywise. After their battle, they promised to come back if “IT” did. 30 years later in Part 2, they return to once again do battle with the shape shifting clown. Mike, Adam and Cal also deliver their overall final verdict for the movie…
With the new film due out in less than a month, The Jury travels back 27 years to 1990 to review Tim Curry as “Pennywise the Dancing Clown” in Stephen King’s IT. Mike, Adam and Cal all have different takes on the ABC TV miniseries, comparisons to the book, and dive into Part 1 this week!!
Wanting to finish out the series, the Jury does their best, but can only finish episodes 3-8. The guys leave the final two episodes open ended for you to discover on your own. Spoilers are here, but the biggest swerves are kept a secret so we suggest finishing out the series and reporting back your thoughts to us on Twitter @MidnightJury!
Adam makes his return after 3 weeks and true to form, is ready to fight logic and nitpick even the smallest things. Mike and Cal try to keep on track, but the Jury only gets through the first two episodes of the NETFLIX series GLOW before they have to end the show and pick it up next week. This episode is NOT spoiler free.
Join Mike and Cal as they travel back to 1983 to join the Griswold family on their summer vacation! VACATION is a movie that spawned 4 sequels, and made the adventures of Clark, Ellen, Rusty, Audrey and Cousin Eddie as familiar to America as apple pie, but what does the Jury think?
Back in episode 83, the Jury reviewed I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER and the verdict reflected a mediocre attempt to capitalize on the late 90’s horror boom. Now Mike and Cal take on the sequel from 1998 and decide if it out shined the original.
One of the biggest blockbusters of the 90s gets it’s day in court on the Jury. Mike and Cal travel back to 1996 to review INDEPENDENCE DAY, a very epic and important day in American history that saw the Fresh Prince save mankind.
What some claim is the scariest movie ever to be released, 1973’s THE EXORCIST has a lot of hype to live up to. In a hung Jury clearly divided, the guys state their case for this weeks review.
Mike, Adam and Cal travel back to 1993 to review a movie that travels back to 1976 in DAZED AND CONFUSED!! Will this “Day in the Life” of stoners film hold up to the guys? Join the Jury and see!!
After a very successful first film that pleased the Jury, can RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD come back and impress with it’s sequel? Join Mike, Adam and Cal as they review the second part in the series and give horror fans their thoughts on this 1988 installment.