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295. Don’t Go to Movie Theatres. Wear A Mask. This Isn’t Hard.

June 21st, 2020 · Comments

Cinema chains in the UK and the US are planning to start opening up again next month, even though Coronavirus cases still remain high in both countries, and in some areas are spiking to dangerous new highs. Emily and Ed go over the economic and moral quandary that theatres find themselves in, particulary AMC and its (quickly reversed) decision to not force customers to wear face masks because they didn't want to get caught in a "political controversy." They also talk about the Watchmen TV series and how it became even more resonant mere months after it finished airing, the unexpected new Daria spinoff Jodie, and the passing of Ian Holm.

00:00:00 - 00:15:39 - Intro

00:15:40 - 00:42:41 - News

00:42:42 - 00:59:45 - Emily & Ed discuss the reopening of movie theatres

00:59:46 - 01:04:54 - SRS Recommends & Outro



City Guys' album of Final Fantasy VII covers can be found here and is pay what you like

Effie Brown's article in the Hollywood Reporter is here

The Office Hours episode with Limmy can be watched on YouTube (Limmy section starts at 1:02:30)

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255. Accidentally All News

July 21st, 2019 · Comments

Matt's back from holiday, and he and Ed had meant to do an episode on a specific topic, but they wound up talking about a packed news week for the duration. Stories include the Emmy nominations, behind-the-scenes drama on Big Little Lies, Netflix losing subscribers, Marvel's two-year plan, and, oh boy, the Cats trailer.

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Minisode: News of the Week

May 26th, 2019 · Comments

There's no full episode this week, so Ed runs through some news stories from the week - including the success of Guy Ritchie's Aladdin, The Lonely Island pulling a Lemonade, and Sony deciding to just start making their own damn video game movies - in this minisode.

Here is Lindsay Ellis' video essay on the original Aladdin and Robin Williams' role in animation history, as mention at the end of the episode.

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