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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, 2016
Nov 30, 2016

The boys gather 'round to check out one of the more revered films of the genre, Bryan Singer's X-Men follow-up, X2: X-Men United. The allegories abound, and the plot is weighty. Allen, Steven, and Gerald forgo commentary due only to time restraints, and bite off as much of the film as they can chew. The returning cast with the addition of the villainous Brian Cox shine in a much better plot and a more cohesive script.

Also this week, Allen forces Steven and Gerald to play a game as stupid in premise as imaginable, for the prize of immunity against any vetoes from Allen when it comes to their birthday week movie selections. The future of the genre is discussed almost as much as UPN is.

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Nov 24, 2016

Happy Thanksgiving! This week, we welcome back a special guest as Mr. John Hall joins us for another holiday. This week is 2003's Daredevil, and it's far worse than any of us remembered. We forgo the overlong director's cut in favor of the much more succinct, but far worse theatrical cut. The episode is unfortunately very on topic, but the boys also manage to briefly discuss Rick Moranis, Thanksgiving memories, Thanksgiving food, terrible holiday political debates with family, and the Benadryl benders required to make a film this bad.

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Twitter: @fourcolorfilm

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Nov 17, 2016

The boys hit the Road to Perdition in this unspectacular landmark 50th episode. The film is classy and everyone liked it, and a good bit of discussion is had on it.

Also in this episode, the landscape of modern comic book film is discussed, Allen doesn't like those Ocean's movies and is a self-righteous prick, Steven is called to the mat for claiming to like Anne Hathaway, and Gerald threatens a fight. More porn speculation.

Email: fourcolorfilm@gmail.com

Twitter: @fourcolorfilm

Facebook: facebook.com/fourcolorfilm

Website: fourcolorfilm.com

Nov 10, 2016

Nod ya head to the dulcet tones of the voices of Allen Christian, Steven Granger, and Gerald James as they talk about 2002's Men In Black II. The probably-anticipated-by-someone sequel isn't nearly as fun as the first. In fact, it's no fun. Fuck that dog. Will Smith is pretty okay, and Tommy Lee Jones was probably too good for this.

Also on this episode, the guys discuss past states of pornography for no discernible reason, Jackass cast members, and avoid politics as best they can.

Email: fourcolorfilm@gmail.com

Twitter: @fourcolorfilm

Facebook: facebook.com/fourcolorfilm

Website: fourcolorfilm.com

 

Nov 3, 2016

Happy Anniversary, babies! A year of podcasting brings us to that time Sam Raimi cracked the web-slinger's cinematic code with 2002's Spider-Man. Hosts Allen Christian, Steven Granger, and Gerald James are once again joined by John Hall as they dive into the movie, the bad soundtrack, a bit about the source material, and the awful music made in the wall-crawler's name (and even make a litter of their own). Also discussed: Randy Savage. Surprise.

 

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