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On this episode we talk about a film that tries to prove multiple times if Sam Rockwell can out-act himself. That's right, we're covering Duncan Jones's indie sci-fi film, 'Moon'. It's a movie that a good handful of us had regrettably never seen. Wha... more
This week we're talking about Andrew Niccol's cerebral science fiction film, 'Gattaca'. The movie didn't do well at the box office but has developed something of a cult following, and we're here to discuss whether or not it holds up. Do you think 'Ga... more
Is there a more impossible task than to follow up Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey? Maybe, but this has to be one of the most challenging undertakings in cinematic history. The movie in question is '2010: The Year We Make Contact', a film that... more
Franchise Killers has quickly become one of my favorite movie podcasts. They got great, long retrospectives of pretty much every big 90s franchise you could ask for. more
Well thought out and fun deep dives into franchises. A pleasure to listen to.
Behold! Franchise! Killer!
This group of diverse critics deconstructs the franchise (or almost franchise) of choice at granular level. Their different respective styles complement well and give the listener a lot to consider. In their take on Fincher’s Girl with a Dragon Tattoo, the group highlights what could have been while considering what it is. It feels like being a fly on the wall in a talk shop of film lovers who are at their peak of critical analysis. Looking forward to more!
Great analysis on these films, real fun crew!
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Franchise Killer launched 2 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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