Posts byMatt Freeman

Phantom Zoned – Episode 7: HUNK

Welcome back to Phantom Zoned, the podcast where host Adrian leads Scott and Matt on a voyage through the worst movies that cinema has to offer. In this episode the guys take a look at the 1987 “comedy” Hunk, a movie about a dorky computer programmer selling his soul to the devil so he can
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The Daly Planet Podcast – Episode 60: Deconstructing Black

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here at The Daly Planet. To celebrate the holiday season we thought it would be fitting to continue our ongoing Deconstructing Filmmaker series by taking a deep dive into the filmography of writer/director and perennial Christmas lover Shane Black. We manage to hit all Black’s films including
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The Kryptonian Collection – Episode 6: VIDEODROME

It’s October and we here at The Daly Planet are celebrating the month of spooky movies by nominating one for consideration into the Kryptonian Collection: David Cronenberg’s 1983 Sci Fi Body Horror film Videodrome. Challenger Shannon Hubbell brings the film before our council and we discuss and vote on it’s into this illustrious collection. Will
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UP yours, LITTLE PRINCE

The book The Little Prince is beautiful in its understatement and in the lightness of its metaphors. A child reads the book without fully comprehending the references of the metaphors, but still comes away with the intended (and familiar) sense that the adult world is nonsensical and a bit tragic. The tone of the book
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CHIPOTLE: Mexican Grill

In order to obtain food from a Chipotle you are forced to stand behind the people who arrived at the Chipotle before you. All these people are in your way and are impeding your progress in obtaining food, but you are expected to act as though they are not there, even though they are visibly
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