As we land on Sorcerer, we hit a film that is huge to me. This was one of those old films that was “new to me” in 2014. And boy, was I friggin impressed. This film really struck me and I’ve been sort of obsessed with it since. I cannot get enough of Sorcerer. And when I started this show, I really wanted to dedicate an episode to the very overlooked film from the director of The Exorcist.
I’ve finally brought Justin Beahm back for this one. He’s someone I knew would have a great take on the film. He’d also never seen the movie prior to watching for this episode (As a matter of fact, ALL the films were new to my guests this week). Will Justin like the film? Listen in and see.
But seriously, Sorcerer is a film that is just an impressive cinematic achievement and one of the most insane productions ever to happen. If you know a thing or two about how films are made and how they were made back in the 1970s…check out Sorcerer, and be sure not to have your jaw hit the floor to hard when it drops during some of these spectacular sequences!
The Brandon Peters Show will return tomorrow (10/1) with guest Pres Maxson (Author, Kevin on Earth) to discuss the music video for Smashing Pumpkins’ “Tonight, Tonight” as we close this week with a song.
Brandon – Shure SM58-LC
Justin – Unknown Microphone (Recorded with Zoom)
NCH Wavepad Masters Edition v8.38
NCH MixPad Masters v5.22
The Levelator 2
RUNTIME: 86 Minutes
Sorcerer is available on DVD & Blu-ray. You can rent or purchase it digitally on AppleTV and Amazon.