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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: September, 2016
Sep 29, 2016

The boys sit down to watch 2000's M. Night Shyamalan masterpiece, Unbreakable. The Challenger-like ascent of Shyamalan is discussed, and everyone marvels at the squandered potential of a truly talented writer and director. Samuel L. Jackson has the greatest sense of fashion the movie business has ever seen, and Bruce Willis is kind of an asshole. True to form, incredible tangents are indulged, as the political leanings of MTV VJs are dissected, Allen is a man of many wrestling-related nightmares, and Hulk Hogan is the biggest liar in the history of entertainment.

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Sep 24, 2016

Join hosts Allen Christian & Steven Granger, and the Andy Richter of Podcasting, Mr. Gerald James, as we dive head first into the modern superhero movie with 2000's X-Men, directed by Bryan Singer, starring Sir Patrick Stewart, Sir Ian McKellen, and Huge Jackedman. With a plot that might as well have been lifted straight out of a bad Roy Thomas comic, the film exceeds in every other department. Kevin Nash jokes happen. We forget to mention the Danzig connection, even though we really wanted to make those jokes too. 

Statue Of Liberty Mutant Machine

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Sep 19, 2016

Host Steven Granger is joined by co-host Gerald James to quickly review 2000's The Crow: Salvation. Even Gerald hates this travesty. Allen misses an episode for the first time, and remains thankful that his job kept him away from this steaming pile of garbage.

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Sep 16, 2016

Prepare to have your mouth smashed as we make you feel like an All-Star with a lengthy review of 1999's Mystery Men. A fantastic comedic take on the genre, Mystery Men is surprisingly funny and entertaining, and the perfect way to close out the 90's. Taking every trope of the genre from the 90's and lampooning them to varying degrees of success, the movie never gets boring. Well cast and well written, the film is just good fun. We highly recommend it.

Sep 2, 2016

This week on the 'cast, Allen and Steven put together an episode on-par length-wise with some of the epics, except this one is just for 1998's The Mask of Zorro, starring Antonio Banderas, Anthony Hopkins, and Catherine Zeta-Jones. Directed by Martin Campbell, the film defies our expectations and delivers on both fun and quality. This, however, doesn't stop the discussion from veering into the oddest of realms, from the global implications of 9/11, to Martin Van Buren starring in Jackass. Sean Connery is once again thrown under the bus, and the boys spend way too long recollecting local cable programming.

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