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GTGC - #151 - Gone Girl

November 28th, 2015

Come listen dear audience, we dare you. That's right, we're back with our post-Thanksgiving holiday episode and host pick from Alexandra - David Fincher's Gone Girl. We have a great discussion as each piece fits perfectly with the next as we talk feminism, sociology, truth, and journalism. We also discuss our favorite mystery movies before closing with all of the pop culture. We also GET HYPED about our upcoming marathon. What is it, you ask? Well, tune in and find out. So, dear listener, hit that play button as we crack open Gone Girl's lovely skull and unspool her brain in hopes of getting answers. 

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GTGC - #150 - Star Wars

November 20th, 2015

After 150 episodes, we make it to a galaxy far, far away as we discuss the first (fourth?) chapter in the space opera that is George Lucas' Star Wars. We look specifically at Episode 4 - A New Hope. The discussion gets heated as we discuss the movie on its own merits and try to remove the cultural and nostalgiac goggles for the franchise. We talk auteurism, fan culture, personhood, and Hollywood this week. We then discuss our favorite fictional universes before a discussion of what has us fired up in pop culture. And finally, Alex reveals her host pick for next week; what is it, you ask? Well, tune in to find out. Oh by the way, do you think he means old Ben Kenobi? 

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GTGC - #149 - Aladdin

November 13th, 2015

Come with us to a podcast of untold wonder; its barbaric, but hey it's home. This week we journey to Agrabah and talk Disney's Aladdin. This week we talk racism, the death of voice acting, musical auteurism, and psychoanalysis in a lively discussion of the Disney classic. We also talk about our favorite Disney songs. We wrap up, as always, with a discussion of pop culture. So, be warned, only one can listen, the diamond in the rough. 

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GTGC - #148 - Starship Troopers

November 6th, 2015

We take a trip to Klandathu, however the Arachnid infestation slows us a bit as we tackle Paul Verhoeven's Starship Troopers. Its a dangerous trip as we discuss adaptation, love, and fascism this week before talking about our favorite fictional wars. We also mention what has us fired up this week in pop culture. Want to know more? Click the play button to find out. 

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