Episode 37 – David Fincher’s Panic Room (2002)
Lock yourself up as we intrude upon your day with a discussion of David Fincher’s popcorn movie (not film) Panic Room. Topics of discussion this episode include Jodie Foster as cinema’s greatest tomboy; how Panic Room ranks against Fincher’s later (and earlier) films; and whether or not a camera moving through the handle of a kettle is brilliant or just plain obnoxious. “Get out of my house! … Fuck!” This podcast is non-profit and has been broadcast for educational purposes. Excerpts from the following material has been included to enhance the listener experience: FILMPanic Room (2002) dir. David Fincher, USA MUSIC“Panic Room” Score (2002) w&p: James Horner — If you want to follow us on Letterboxd, we’re always logging and rating films we’ve been watching and occasionally Luke will do some pretty in-depth reviews, too. Luke Kane: http://www.letterboxd.com/kanemutiny/Damien Heath: http://www.letterboxd.com/jedikaos/ You can find Celluloid Junkies on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest. Luke is also on Twitter, as is Damien. Thanks again for checking out Celluloid Junkies. Join us next time as we lock ourselves safely away and discuss John Huston’s 1961 western The Misfits, the last film for cinema legends Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe. Until then, don’t forget to check out the archives, or hit up our website. The post Episode 37 – David Fincher’s Panic Room (2002) appeared first on Celluloid Junkies.