Perspective Reviews - Your Favorite Movies - The Professional's Perspectives
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Your Favorite Movies – The Professional’s Perspectives: You love TV, DVDs, Blu-Rays, Streaming Service Originals and Feature Films. So do we. Perspective Reviews allow you to open the door to nostalgia, details and memories that make the collective media heart sing. How does Hollywood get it right? Where do they flounder? What kind of hype was there? Was the property a strong money maker over the years? Find out NOW with a growing listing of professionals as they gather to talk about the movies YOU love, with their skill sets, thoughts and perspectives leading the way. It’s time for Perspective Reviews from 2GuysTalking.
Most Recent Episode
The Monster Squad (1987): A Perspective Review
Dec 10 16
As children of the 80’s, our imaginations propelled us into great adventures. Fighting against a Galactic Empire in a galaxy far, far away? Yep. Learning to “Never Say Die” as we hunt for pirate treasure through booby-trapped caves?
Of course. Throwing on our proton packs, crossing the streams and saving the world? Do you even have to ask? Thanks to the films of the decade, my friends and I never ran out of things to pretend to be. But once in a generation, a film comes along and does more than entertain you. It teaches you, as well.
Teaches you to face your fears, teaches you to never give up hope, teaches you that Wolf Man has nards. Gather the gang and meet at the clubhouse because it’s time for the 2GuysTalkingHorror’s Perspective Review of the 1987 classic The Monster Squad!
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— The Ghostbusters Perspective Review
— 2GuysTalkingHorror 13 Must Watch Horror Films episode (The Monster Squad is on that list)
Links from this Episode:
— The Monster Squad Theatrical Trailer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyezSq-EA2Q
— Monster Squad VHS Box Art http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093560/mediaviewer/rm1003422208
— The Money: — Budget = $12 Million — Opening Weekend Total = $1,920,678 — Domestic Gross = $3,769,990 — DVD Gross = $10,000,000