After the Credits Episode 23 – Go Postal!


Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (353 Haiku Review) and Marina look over a few recent films and events.

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Show Notes:

:01 – Bumper
:04 – Intro Music – Ali Dee and The Deekompressors’ “Go Speed Racer Go”
1:06 – Introduction
2:27 – Movie Club Podcast
3:14Fugitive Pieces
5:14The Stone Angel
6:07Iron Man
9:00Speed Racer
13:131900
17:40Redbelt *SPOILERS*
23:18The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
26:52Postal
33:39 – Closing thoughts
37:36 – Outro Music – Robert Bartha’s “Postal Theme”




Fugitive Pieces

Marina’s Review
Colleen’s Review

Trailer





The Stone Angel

Marina’s Review

Trailer





Iron Man

Row Three Review

Trailer





Speed Racer

Marina’s Review
Colleen’s Review

Trailer





1900

Wiki

Sutherland in Action





Redbelt

Row Three Review

Trailer





The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

Official Website

Trailer





Postal

Marina’s Review
Colleen’s Review

Trailer




Other Stuff:

Movie Club Podcast
– Upcoming films Short Cuts and I Heart Huckabees

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Shannon the Movie Mo
Guest

Fun podcast all! It's great to hear Postal get some love. There sure was stuff in there that I didn't like was appropriate (like the driver thing) but I think that that is part of the whole point of the film. It was hear and gone in a week and I saw it in the smallest theatre I've ever been in. BUT – I wasn't the only one there, which I thought I might be.

Interesting discussion re: Redbelt, seems to be varying opinions on that one. Without mentioning spoilers I'd just say I agree with Dale.

It's great to see some Canadian films out there doing pretty well, Fugitive Pieces and The Stone Angel have both been running here in T.O. for weeks – yay!

Leeny
Guest

Uwe called it though. He said the Vancouver screen would go to a second week. Mostly due to lack of other stuff coming out, but still. I wish it would come out to the burbs (I have been talking this film up with everyone, and If it wasn't for an hours drive there would be another dozen or so people in the seats.

I would see it a half dozen times if it was local.

Shannon the Movie Mo
Guest

Wow, I didn't know that Uwe was at the screening there – that is cool, except the fact that it was quiet, that is always a challenge. I hope you get him on the show though, that would be so awesome!

For Postal I ended up going to an off the beaten path for me theatre. Not one of the bigger chains, accessible but I've not been there in years as others are more convenient.

Oh, Marina I'm sure you aren't alone about Redbelt. I could feel it in the theatre that people weren't happy with that part of it. One guy actually stood up after the film and said "That sucked". Not that you said it was but I'm sure it was releated to the same thing.

Kurt Halfyard
Admin

Dang, I missed POSTAL in Toronto? frickin' head-cold, kept me down for that one. I guess it'll be on DVD soon enough.