It’s Episode 17 of The CineFiles Podcast, and this week the guys discuss the history of the Hollywood business model. They examine the major differences between the film business of today versus yesterday. They also talk the Clint Howard-starring trash classic EVIL SPEAK, Eric Rohmer’s moral tale PAULINE AT THE BEACH, the recent releases of JURASSIC WORLD and SPY, Michael Mann’s BLACKHAT, CHAPPIE, PET CEMETERY and ME, EARL AND THE DYING GIRL. Plus, the crew has some thoughts on William Friedkin’s recent comments on the popularity of superhero movies, looking at the complicated nuances between how the main studios approach film development today as opposed to how it was done during the days of the studio contract system.

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