On the Season Two finale of the Atlantic Screen Connection Podcast, Jason and Lee talk 2017’s Alien: Covenant, as well as 2014’s Prometheus and Ridley Scott’s original Alien, with science fiction essayist Carrie Lynn, covering a wide breadth of topics from views on mortality, chaos theory and literary readings and interpretations on legacy.
Studio Ghibli and Wild Bunch team-up to produce Michaël Dudok de Wit’s The Red Turtle, a dialogue-less animated feature about a man trapped on a desert island after getting lost in a storm. Lee reviews.
On the fifth episode of #AtlanticSCNEXT, Jason and Lee invite InSession Film’s JD Duran to talk Colossal, The Circle, Silence of the Lambs, The Social Network, Capote, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and anticipation (at the time) for the upcoming Alien Covenant.
Ridley Scott returns to the monster that made him famous (or the monster returns to the man that made it famous, your call) with Alien: Covenant. Does he fare better this time around? Lee reviews.
A’right geezers, time for a rite ol’ good time swingin’ the swords, y’know whatimean luv? Darren reviews Guy Ritchie’s latest genre-bending adventure.
Sequel to the hit 2014 Marvel blockbuster that proved the company could make money out of any back-door comic book, can the team of space jerks survive beyond their surprising maiden voyage? Lee, Aisling and Lawrence review.
On this episode of the Atlantic Screen Connection Podcast, Jason and Lee take an intense look at The Fate of the Furious, or Fast and the Furious 8 to our UK listeners, breaking down the familial discourse and Freudian psychology that belies this weighty, high-brow work.
Terry George’s The Promise stars Oscar Isaac as Mikael, an Armenian medical student who falls in love in Constantinople just as the Armenian Genocide begins in the Ottoman Empire. Lee and Aisling review.