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Podcast Preview: This Week’s New Episodes

By  · Published on March 27th, 2017

Plus: A news and article roundup and five perfect shots

If it’s Monday, then it’s time for a new week of episodes from our One Perfect Podcast channel.

Up first and dropping today, the latest installment of After the Credits, our new kind of review show with Columnist Matthew Monagle. This week Matthew is once again joined by FSR Chief Film Critic Rob Hunter, and the film up for discussion is the Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Reynolds sci-fi freak-out Life.

Then, coming up on Wednesday it’s the newest episode of Shot by Shot in which myself, FSR Video Content Editor H. Perry Horton, and One Perfect Shot founder Geoff Todd will be discussing the cinematography of the most adrenaline-fueled action film of all-time, Mad Max: Fury Road.

And finally, FSR head honcho Neil Miller is back on Friday with another episode of The Big Idea, his weekly take on the biggest media and entertainment news. This week he’s got The Nerds of Color founder Keith Chow and Mashable movies reporter Angie Han joining him for a discussion on whitewashing and cultural appropriation in cinema, just in time for the release of Ghost in the Shell.

But keep an eye out next weekend, because you never know if there’s going to be a big, breaking story that necessitates another Emergency Podcast.

You can find all the info you need in the first paragraph link, and be sure to give us your opinion on our performances via ratings and reviews wherever you listen to us.

In other news and points of interest…

Kong was king of the Chinese box office

Alien: Covenant dropped an awesome new poster

…and EW released a slew of first-look images for the upcoming third season of Twin Peaks.

Over in our corner of the internet we had a lot of really interesting posts go up yesterday, including a look at the lineup for the 11th Annual Dallas International Film Festival, a Justice League trailer breakdown, a video detailing the evolution of title slides, and the newest installment of The Tao of Nicholas Cage.

And lastly, take a look at five of the most popular shots we tweeted over the last 24 hours. Want more? You know where to find us.

THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (1975) DP: Peter Suschitzky | Dir: Jim Sharman
RAN (1985) DP: Asakazu Nakai, Takao Saitô, Shôji Ueda | Dir: Akira Kurosawa
BRAZIL (1985) DP: Roger Pratt | Dir: Terry Gilliam
LIFE OF PI (2012) DP: Claudio Miranda Dir. Ang Lee
MOON (2009) DP: Gary Shaw | Dir: Duncan Jones

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