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Four-Color Film Podcast

Allen Christian, Gerald James, and Lacey Day bring you a weekly podcast chronicling the ups and downs of comic-book-to-film adaptations from the very beginning. Every single one of them, as in-depth as each deserves.
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Now displaying: November, 2015
Nov 26, 2015

Hosts Allen Christian and Steven Granger dive into the murky world of Wes Craven's 1982 cult classic, Swamp Thing, starring Catherine Deneuve? Or Adrienne Barbeau. Whichever. Based on the DC Comics property created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, Wes Craven's Swamp Thing is at once confusing, a bit meandering, and a lot of fun. Much like this episode. The boys have also received a contribution for their friend Aaron McMullan, who does a far better job of breaking down this film.

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Nov 12, 2015

Taking on both the theatrical cut and the Richard Donner cut of 1981's Superman II, hosts Allen Christian and Steven Granger go in-depth with full commentary on both cuts running simultaneously. The result is a scattershot breakdown of the greatest Superman film ever made, an in-depth look at what makes both cuts work so well, and some confusing digression into pro-wrestling, probably.

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Nov 5, 2015

Hosts Allen Christian and Steven Granger begin their dive into the roller coaster ride that is the 40+ year history of comic book film adaptations. Sticking strictly to the idea of theatrically released films based on pre-existing comic book material, our boys tackle Richard Donner's 1978 opus, Superman. (The Batman '66 film was not ignored. It is the Episode Zero mentioned. Will be published at a later date.)

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