Fighting In The War Room: A Movies And Pop Culture Podcast
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The Film and Pop-Culture Podcast.
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164 – Girlboss, Persona 5, and Watching Movies Outside the Media Coverage Bubble
2 days ago
This week, Katey finally saw Rogue One: A Star Wars Story now that it's on iTunes and wants to talk about how it was to view this cultural event of a movie several months after the media hype around discussing hit has died down. Are we living in a bubble of over-analyzing? But first! Matt Patches jumps to the defense of Netflix' Girlboss and David has to tell us about his video game obsession with Persona 5.
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00:00 – Lightning Round: Techno-Movie
01:27 – Intro: Welcome To Episode 164!
06:19 – Tidbit: Girlboss
21:42 – Mini Segment: Persona 5
27:44 – Segment 3: Watching Movies Outside of The Bubble
48:10 – Outro
Rated 5 out of
Love in the time of monsters
In response to the last FITWR I listened to, my review will personify the hosts as the Universal Monsters. Patches is Frankenstein’s Monster, a colossal, conjoining of verve and attitude crashing through the staid sentiments of pop culture. Dave Erhlick is Dracula, an urbane, glossy voice that glides menacingly through the conversations as if dressed in evening wear. Da7e is Wolfman, under his demure and noble facade prowls bestial intuition and piercing insight. Katy is The Mummy, a magical, wise creature overseeing FITWR with a seemingly ageless grace (or maybe she is an ancient sorceress living under an endless curse, I’m not sure.) Joanna would be The Phantom of the Opera. She is sometimes relegated to some unknown non-FITWR underworld, but is an opulent, ferocious talent when she emerges. Monster on you crazy monsters!
Date published: 2016-10-19
Rated 5 out of
Awesome Movie Podcast
The chemistry of the hosts and the content of the show cannot be beat. Definitely one of the best and most underrated podcasts out there.
Date published: 2014-02-04