#23 | The Sixth Sense 2: Icy Dead People

July 21, 2017
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We’re ready to tell you our secret now. We see… a scenery-chewing Wahlberg brother, questionable plot mechanics and a lot of unnecessary exposition.

This week on Beyond The Box Set, we’re pitching sequels to M. Night Shyamalan’s 1999 breakthrough hit ‘The Sixth Sense’, a movie we’re pretty sure Haley Joel Osment still gets quoted at him every day.

What if Cole cashed in on his ghost-whispering abilities and became a celebrated TV medium with some very famous contacts on the other side? Or what if our favourite pint-sized psychic travelled to Westeros to attempt to reason with the famously chatty White Walkers? The answers to these and many other questions can be found in this week’s podcast…

Each week on Beyond The Box Set we take a classic standalone movie and compete to come up with the best, worst and weirdest sequel, prequel and spin-off concepts to bring them back to the big screen. If you like what you hear, please hit the subscribe button and give us a review. It feeds our fragile egos and helps new listeners to find the show.

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00:00 Intro – Donnie Wahlberg needs to reign it in a little…

19:10 Pitch One – The Sixth Sense 2: The Touring Dead

37:30 Pitch Two – The Sixth Sense: Icy Dead People

53:30 Listener Submissions & Episode 24 Preview

#21 | District 9 2: Prawns and Recreation

July 7, 2017
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What do you get when you cross an alien body horror movie with a Parks and Recreation style mockumentary? This week on Beyond The Box Set, John and Harry revisit Neill Blomkamp’s inventive but tonally weird feature debut District 9 and imagine what the long-awaited sequel might actually look like. Prawn Swanson, anyone?

Along the way we also discuss Sharlto Copley’s incredible accent, the strange racial politics of the original movie and why we never want to make popcorn again after witnessing *that* scene.

Each week on Beyond The Box Set we take a classic standalone movie and compete to come up with the best, worst and weirdest sequel, prequel and spin-off concepts to bring them back to the big screen. If you like what you hear, please hit the subscribe button and give us a review. It really helps us out.

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00:00 Intro – John thought this was a totally different film

19:50 Pitch One – District 9 2: Prawns and Recreation

40:15 Pitch Two – District 9: Prawn Origins

52:50 Listener Submissions & Episode 22 Preview

#18 | The Room 2: Flowers for Denny

June 15, 2017
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You are tearing us apart, listeners! This week on Beyond The Box Set, we’re pitching sequels to a feature that’s more meme than movie – Tommy Wiseau’s baffling, brilliant The Room. Joined by super fan Sebastian Clark, we discuss the movie’s clear Shakespearean parallels, Lisa’s limitless capacity for evil, Denny’s major boundary issues and the character whose tragic arc brings John to tears mid-podcast.

As is the tradition, we also pitch our own sequel ideas for the film, including a Gosford Park-style period remake, a reincarnated Johnny’s quest for revenge and a surprise Westworld crossover revealing that – spoiler alert! – the cast and crew were actually robots the whole time. Which, let’s face it, would certainly explain the acting…

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00:00 Intro – The most successful independent movie of all time?

13:45 Why Claudette is the true hero of this movie 

25:30 Pitch One – The Room With a View

37:00 Pitch Two – The Room 2: Flowers for Denny

48:20 Pitch Three – WestRoom

54:00 Our First Cliffhanger + Episode 19 Preview

#7 | 50 First Dates or 50 Waking Nightmares?

March 30, 2017
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Is 50 First Dates a charming romantic comedy or the chilling tale of an abusive manchild manipulating a severely mentally ill woman into falling in love with him? We had mixed opinions on this 2004 Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore vehicle, but its bizarre tonal shifts did provide a surprisingly rich source of potential sequel ideas. Join us as we dig far deeper into the internal logic of this movie than anyone involved in its creation ever did…

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00:00 Intro
12:35 Pitch One – 50 Waking Nightmares
33:33 Pitch Two – 50 First Days
48:27 Guest Submissions and Episode Eight Preview