After the Credits Episode 209: Littlest Hobo Media Spew – April

Let the obsession begin!

Let there be movies!

In a slight change of pace for the crew, in addition to huge amounts of television, this past month we’ve also been watching a heck of a lot of movies.

Join us as Colleen, Dale (Letterboxd) and I (Letterboxd) touch base on what we’ve been watching, reading and listening to and this month including some minor gushing about a couple of shows with Canadian ties.

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We can also be contacted via email – marina@rowthree.com!

Show Notes:

Opening Music: Kenji Kawai’s “Utai IV: Reawakening (Steve Aoki Remix)

Marina’s Stuff:

Movies:
Beauty and the Beast
Ghost in the Shell
The Beguiled
Gleason
Maudie
Prevenge
HyperNormalisation
Passengers
Your Name.

TV:
– “Bates Motel
– “Black Sails
– “The Handmaid’s Tale
– “Z: The Beginning of Everything
– “Anne

Books:
– “Wonder Woman: Earth One Vol. 1” – Grant Morrison

Colleen’s Stuff:

TV:
– “The Get Down
– “Bill Ney Saves the World

Books:
– “I Shall Wear Midnight” – Terry Pratchett
– “Catcher in the Rye” – J.D. Salinger

Podcast:
– “Something True
– “Our Fake History

Dale’s Stuff:

Movies:
Monster Trucks
Larry Crowne
Captain Phillips
The Phillidelpia Story
The Wild Bunch
The Apartment
Silverado
Marine Raiders
Colossal

TV:
– “Broadchurch
– “The Good Fight
– “Fargo
– “Doctor Who
– “The Handmaid’s Tale
– “Dear White People
– “Speechless

Books:
– “Maske: Thaery” – Jack Vance
– “Clear Your Clutter with Fung Shui” – Karen Kingston

Closing Music: The Tragically Hip’s “Ahead by a Century

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Matthew Fabb
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Hey Andrew, the comments on old posts no longer appear and people can’t add new comments either. I was going to comment on the MAMO summer blockbuster post but have been unable to.

I was going to add an guess for Alien: Covenant box office. I’m going to guess that it performs a bit lower than Prometheus in the opening weekend at $45 million but overall performs a bit better at $135 million. Without a proper contest I still haven’t taken the time to sit down and put together a proper top 10.

Andrew James
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Yes I see this. Looks like there are comments on the posts but for some reason they aren’t appearing and no one is able add additional comments. Not sure why this is. I’ll look into it over the coming days. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Andrew James
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This should now be FIXED sir.

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