I’m very sorry this was late. I recorded it last month before work, and didn’t have time to edit it at all. I then forgot I hadn’t edited and uploaded it until I checked the site this morning, and by then I had to leave for work. I wanted to have this up about 16 hours ago, but it’s ready now: the final installment of Silver Screen Superman: Man of Steel, which also includes a discussion of the comic book version of Superman III. The same podcast feed that we’re already using will become the “Big Screen Batman” feed next month.
Silver Screen Superman
The latest episode of our Silver Screen Superman podcast is available here.
The podcast about the final installment of the Christopher Reeve Superman films is available here. Next month: Superman Returns.
Superman’s cousin gets her turn at bat in a movie we discuss in this podcast. Join us next month for Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.
The ninth chapter in Silver Screen Superman deals with Superman III and is available here. Next month we’ll be discussing Supergirl before covering Superman IV: The Quest for Peace in October.
The latest installment in the Silver Screen Superman series can be found here. This covers both edits of the second film in the Superman series produced by the Salkinds.
This month, it’s time to discuss the 1978 Superman: The Movie directed by Richard Donner and starring Christopher Reeve. Due to the amount I had to say about this one, I decided to break it up into two parts. The first part includes is the usual podcast about the film, while the second part is a full length commentary to go along with the year 2000 extended edition of the film, with a runtime of 151 minutes. (The podcast is only slightly longer than that; it basically provides enough time for iTunes feed subscribers know which edition to use, and to synchronize the players for multiple users.) Today’s Man of Steel will get the podcast treatment in December, when I’ve had time to go through the bonus features and commentaries to do the job properly.
You can find the fifth episode of Silver Screen Superman here, which covers the 1951 George Reeves backdoor pilot. As a special added bonus, this one also includes the secret origin of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes!
The fourth chapter of Silver Screen Superman is available here. This incarnation is the one that held the most surprises for me when going through these for the podcast research.