The Development Slate interviews screenwriter and Broken Projector podcast host, Geoff LaTulippe.
Commando is one of Arnold's iconic roles, but does this kind of straightforward action film have a place in contemporary cinema? The Development Slate finds out!
Yaw and Ashley break out their best computer puns as they take on Tron in this week's episode of The Development Slate.
On this episode we try something a little different as special guests Will Perkins and Andrew Ivimey join us to discuss the news that The Matrix is getting a reboot.
Grab your boom box and throw it in the garbage. This isn't Say Anything. It's Grosse Pointe Blank.
Ashley and Yaw pull apart the weirdness that is Bucky O'Hare for a big screen adaptation!
The Development Slate reimagines the Akira Kurosawa classic Rashomon!
This week, we dive into the Disney Network classic Kim Possible and pull from drastically different influences.
On this week's episode of The Development Slate, it's the classic Mad Magazine comic strip reimagined for the big screen: Spy vs. Spy!
The Development Slate tackles the classic, mostly abandoned American genre: the Western! And what better way to break the seal than by taking on the definitive spaghetti Western A Fistful of Dollars.
This week, the Development Slate dives into the short story that inspired the Cronenberg classic.
This week on The Development Slate, your hosts imagine how to make a newer, better DOOM film.
Our hosts tackle a seemingly insurmountable challenge this week as they take what they argue to be a classic of Jim Carrey's career: Liar Liar.
This week on The Development Slate we're talking about Dick Tracy!
This week James and Yaw reimagine a great sci-fi noir film that flew under the radar: Dark City.
This week James and Yaw wanted to do something special for the season: a reimagining of the holiday classic Home Alone!
Listen as James and Yaw adapt the epic video game Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic for the big screen and figure out how it will fit within the universe.
This week, James and Yaw adapt the hit 1987 video game Contra!