Ep 36: Mark A.Z. Dippé's Spawn (1997) w/ Special Guest Chazzle Dazzle (Trial by Error) – Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast (SPOILERS)

Released Thursday, 5th March 2020
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Title: Spawn [Wikipedia] [IMDb]

Director: Mark A.Z. Dippé

Producer: Clint Goldman

Writers: Alan B. McElroy (screenplay/story), Mark A.Z. Dippé (story), Todd McFarlane (original comics)

Stars: John LeguizamoMichael Jai WhiteMartin SheenTheresa RandleNicol WilliamsonD. B. Sweeney

Release date: August 1, 1997

PODCAST SHOUTOUT: KolbyToldMe (@kolbytoldme)

SHOWNOTES: Returning guest Chazzle Dazzle from the Trial by Error Variety Show discusses with us the 1997 superhero film based on the comic by Todd McFarlane: Spawn! Starring Michael Jai White as the eponymous protagonist, John Leguizamo in a combination comic relief–villain role, and Nicol Williamson in his final film role, this movie is characterized by its darker plot, retroactively underwhelming visual effects, and distinction of being the first film to feature a black actor in a major comic book superhero role. We reveal our thoughts on these points and more in this fun episode!

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