For this episode Justin and G Clark dive deeply into film snobbery with joint reviews of movies available from their favorite movie boutique services, Criterion and MUBI. They start with a review of the film I’m Not Scared, which is available for another week on MUBI, and end with a discussion of the Criterion DVD A Brighter Summer Day. They also find room for a discussion of G Clark’s experience beta-testing everybody’s future favorite streaming service, FilmStruck!
- 0:00 – 12:46 – FilmStruck
- 12:47 – 39:27 – REVIEW: I’m Not Scared
- 39:28 – 1:02:50 – REVIEW: A Brighter Summer Day
- 1:02:51 – 1:07:13 – Contact Information
- G Clark’s Essay on religion in films can be read here.
- G Clark also wrote an essay on I’m Not Afraid, which can be read here.
- FilmStruck is still slated for a vague “Fall 2016” release.
- Godfrey Cheshire’s essay for A Brighter Summer Day can be read here.
It’ll be a Joker-centric episode, with a focus on the screen iterations of everybody’s favorite Bat-villain. Initating the discussion will be double-header reviews of Batman: The Killing Joke and Suicide Squad.
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