November 8th, 2011
Episode 185 of 237 episodes
Thomas Caldwell is filling in for Paul as your host… He reviews the new SigurRósfilm Inni which was in limited weekend release and is now on DVD. Sarah Caldwell reviews Autoluminescent: Rowland S Howard. Neil Foley, the director of the Fantastic Asian Film Festival (FAFF), stops in to discuss this new festival. Lee Zachariah reviews George Harrison: Living in the Material World and is joined by Paul Anthony Nelsonto review Drive and Contagion. Lee Zachariah, Paul Anthony Nelson and Thomas Caldwell review some of the films appearing at FAFF: The Yellow Sea, Guilty of Romance, Milocrorze: A Love Story and Ninja Kids!!! You can catch more from Lee and Paul at their podcast Hell is for Hyphenates
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