Friday, July 22, 2011

Episode 7 Scoreboard

Behind the scenes note about recording The Film Locker:

Because of the time difference between Toronto and London, there are only so many windows of time that we can use to record the show. As such, we've been rolling very early on Sunday mornings (as in 7 or 8am). I say this, because being up early is the only reason I can offer for three questions out of six calling for the same answer.


But ladies and gentlemen, we officially have ourselves a game! Rhys has all but closed the gap between himself and Mrs. Thuro, with young Andy Buckle within striking distance too. Four episodes left, and it's anybody's prize right now.

Here are the results after seven rounds, with everyone's point pickup for this episode listed in parenthesis...

Rachel Thuro 91 (+6)
Rhys Bendeix-Lewis 89 (+24)
Andrew Buckle 69 (+5)
Courtney Small 48 (+10)
Duke 32 (0)
Alison 18 (0)
Shane McNeil 18 (0)
Joel Burman 15 (+15)
Jess Rogers 4 (0)
Andrew Robinson 3 (0)

Hatter's Questions:
Fincher's most nominated film is THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON, with 13

Fincher's best box office performer is THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON, which took in $127M

PANIC ROOM is the last Fincher film to come from an original script.

Simon's Questions:
Elliot Goldenthal composed the score to ALIEN 3.

THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON had Fincher's highest budget with $150M.

The most recent video Fincher directed was "Only" by Nine Inch Nails.

Entries for Trivia close at noon EST on the Friday after the show; please email all answers to The prize dvd/blu-ray can be worth a maximum $30 USD on

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