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Almost immortals, skyscraper tactics, and Charlize Theron, oh my! Shaun Duke and Jen Zink are joined by Alasdair Stuart, Marguerite Kenner, and Wendy Browne for a long discussion of the Netflix adaptation if The Old Guard. Together, they discuss the film’s treatment of technical immortality, our fascination with the characters and choreography, and how the film measures up to the comic books. And oh so much more! This one was recorded live at CoNZealand, so expect a less edited form of the show. Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoy the episode! Show Notes: The Old Guard (2020)(IMDb) The Old Guard (Image Comics) Our Guests: Alasdair’s Stuff: Website Twitter Marguerite’s Stuff: Website Twitter Escape Artists (the podfiction utopia) Wendy’s Stuff: Women Write About Comics Twitter If you have a question you’d like us to answer, feel free to shoot us a message on our contact page. Our new intro and outro music comes from “Sphere” by Creo (CC BY 4.0), which has been slightly modified to include sound effects and for length purposes.
Razor fins, questionable scientists, and action scuba, oh my! Shaun Duke, Jen Zink, and Alex Acks giggle their way through the Syfy Channel quality shark epic, Ice Sharks. They tackle the bonkers physics of shark fins, the surprising diversity of the cast, what it means to have plot conveniences, and the endless excitement of watching grown humans scuba dive…forever… We hope you enjoy the episode! Show Notes: Ice Sharks (IMDb) Our Grades: Shaun (F) Jen (C-) Alex (D) Average (D-) If you have a question you’d like us to answer, feel free to shoot us a message on our contact page. Our new intro and outro music comes from “Sphere” by Creo (CC BY 4.0), which has been slightly modified to include sound effects and for length purposes.
Space travel, the power of love, and eccentric alien friends, oh my! In this episode of At the Movies, Shaun Duke and Jen Zink look for hope and positive vibes in Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle in Time. Together, they look at the film’s treatment of the source material, the impact of overly focusing on visual spectacle, all the feelz, and the surprising casting choices that work shockingly well. And, as always, there’s much more. Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoy the episode! Show Notes: A Wrinkle in Time (2018)(IMDb) “Black Girl Magic is Written in the Pages of ‘A Wrinkle of Time’” by S.R. Toliver (HuffPost) If you have a question you’d like us to answer, feel free to shoot us a message on our contact page. Our new intro and outro music comes from “Sphere” by Creo (CC BY 4.0), which has been slightly modified to include sound effects and for length purposes.
Oranges, wild boys, and douen, oh my! In today’s delightful literary discussion, Shaun Duke and Jen Zink take a look at Tracey Baptiste’s incredible middle grade novel, The Jumbies. Together, they discuss the novel’s treatment of Caribbean folklore, its exploration of family and loss, its treatment of colonization and nature themes, the terrifying-ness of Jumbies, and so much more! Plus, we read some of your reviews of the show! Thanks for listening. We hope you enjoy the episode! Show Notes: The Jumbies by Tracey Baptiste (Scholastic) If you have a question you’d like us to answer, feel free to shoot us a message on our contact page. Our new intro and outro music comes from “Sphere” by Creo (CC BY 4.0), which has been slightly modified to include sound effects and for length purposes.
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404
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1
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5 days, 22 hours
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