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TwiLit Ep. 6 – Midnight Suns & Vampire Tax Fraud

December 28th, 2020

If you've got a hankering for some steamy YA vampire romance, then TwiLit is the podcast for you. This month, Erin and Kirsten have plenty of new thoughts on your favorite franchise. Have you ever thought about which vampire powers you would want or hate to have? So have your hosts! The Batman makes his way onto the topic train. And, a very hard-hitting consideration of tax fraud in the vampire society is discussed. You've been wanting more TwiLit! So, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year, it's a Festivus miracle!

Ep. 399: Bad Boys for Life (2020) — Part 3s, Chapter 2

December 24th, 2020

Producer's Note: We lost a good bit of audio due to some technical issues, but we salvaged as best we could, mostly leaving our reviews and analysis, which is hopefully why you're all here. 

We wrap up our Part 3s, Chapter 2 marathon the way we have every year for the past few years—talking about the highest grossing (domestic) film of the year. And this year, things got wild as a early winter release lead the pack due to COVID. That's right, we're heading to Miami to talk all about Bad Boys for Life. This week, we're talking all about the films approach to gender and identity. We look at some of the films its cribbing from, and weather its work is a proper homage or played out pastiche. We also talk the state of current popular cinema. 

Ep. 398: Pitch Perfect 3 (2017) — Part 3s, Chapter 2

December 17th, 2020

Our trilogy celebration continues this week with a look at 2017's Pitch Perfect 3. The as-of-now concluding chapter in the a cappella franchise reunites the cast for an existential post-college crisis that takes them to Europe. This week, we're talking about film production and gender, female friendships, and much more as we break down the third entry in our Part 3s, Chapter 2 marathon. 

TIME STAMPS

00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

03:08 - Quick Pitch Perfect 3 Reviews

18:57 - Expanding the Syllabus

43:38 - Analysis

1:07:58 - Shelf or Trash

1:09:04 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

 

Ep. 397: Star Trek Beyond (2016) — Part 3s, Chapter 2

December 10th, 2020

Its Part 2 of our Part 3s, Chapter 2 marathon! That's right, we're back with another threequel as we go where no podcast has gone before. Or, where several podcasts have surely gone before. We're taking a look at the latest Star Trek film from 2016, Star Trek Beyond. Justin Lin's entry in the franchise sees the rebooted team finally underway on their 5-year mission. We talk federation politics and ideology. We also discuss J.J. Abrams as a filmmaker and his impact on the Trek universe. 

TIME STAMPS

00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

04:32 - Quick Star Trek Beyond Reviews

28:14 - Expanding the Syllabus

47:19 - Analysis

1:10:18 - Shelf or Trash

1:11:29 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

 

Ep.396: Alien3 (1992) — Part 3s, Chapter 2

December 3rd, 2020

Happy Mank Day! In honor of David Fincher's newest movie, we're kickstarting our new marathon Part 3s, Chapter 2 with Fincher's first film, Alien3. Through the years, Fincher has been evoked a number of times, through our early Fincher Rule that we harnessed Dalton with to talking a number of his films. So, it only made sense we'd tackle the notorious third entry in the Alien franchise to celebrate the release of his newest work Mank. On this week's show, we're talking all about religious groups in films, studio intervention, the film's messaging in contrast with Alien and Aliens, and much more. 

TIME STAMPS

00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis

06:07 - Quick Alien3 Reviews

21:55 - Expanding the Syllabus

38:51 - Analysis

1:02:21 - Shelf or Trash

1:03:24 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

 
 

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