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#536: Reservoir Dogs / Top 5 Films of 1992


When RESERVOIR DOGS came out in 1992, Josh and Adam were movie geek teenagers – bound by their DNA to love it. But does Quentin Tarantino's debut hold up more than 20 years later? It's another Filmspotting Sacred Cow review... Plus, the Top 5 Films of 1992.

This episode is brought to you by MUBIHarry's (code FILMSPOTTING) and A24's Ex Machina.

0:00-2:52 - Billboard / Harry's-MUBI
2:52-43:01 - Review: "Reservoir Dogs"
Music: Sandy Rogers, "Fool for Love"
44:10-47:51 - A24-Harrys / Nerdette Promo
47:51-56:53 - Polls / Notes
56:53-1:09:55 - Top 5: Films of 1992
Music: Paul Westerberg, "Dyslexic Heart"
1:11:08-1:20:40 - Donations / SVU Promo
1:20:40-1:45:15 - Top 5: Films of 1992 cont.
1:45:15-1:48:44 - Close / Outtake


It Follows


- Soundtracks: "Reservoir Dogs," "Singles"


- Mr. Pink's "getaway" – We know he got involved in a shootout with the cops; still, we like the way he's the only one who walks out of the rendezvous alive with the money.


Noel Murray on "Singles"

Rosenbaum on "The Player"

Josh's review of "Reservoir Dogs"

More AK on "Reservoir Dogs"

Chicago Critics Film Fest

Footcandle Film Festival

Pacific Northwest FS Meetup

Top 5 Films of 1992


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