After the Credits Episode 55 – March Preview


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Dale (Digital Doodles), Colleen (353 Haiku Review) and Marina look ahead to the films opening in March.

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Show Notes:

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:01 – Bumper

:04 – Opening Music: izzie Voodoo‘s “Neat 17”
:45 – Introduction

Opening March 6th

4:26The Horsemen
Marina’s Review
8:07Everlasting Moments
Kurt’s Review

Opening March 13th

9:53Tokyo Sonata
10:40Phoebe in Wonderland
11:37Race to Witch Mountain
13:54The Last House on the Left
15:04Sunshine Cleaning

Opening March 20th

19:47I Love You, Man
20:58Sin Nombre
22:07The Great Buck Howard
23:18Super Capers

Opening March 27st

25:53Monsters vs. Aliens
27:18The Haunting in Connecticut
28:2712 Rounds
29:27The Education of Charlie Banks
30:54Goodbye Solo
31:37The Accidental Husband

32:38RiP: A Remix Manifesto
Dale’s Interview with Brett Gaylor

33:52 – Closing thoughts
35:12 – Closing Music: izzie Voodoo‘s “Killers 2007”

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3 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 55 – March Preview

  1. Awesome preview everyone, really enjoyed the podcast!

    Glad to hear the Pontypool love loud and clear. In Toronto it's opening March 6 (same week as Watchmen – sigh) but it's had a fair amount of promo so I'm hoping it will do well.

    Is One Week not opening out there this month? It's also in release here on the 6th.

    Thanks for the heads up on RiP: A Remix Manifesto – that sounds awesome!

    Bonne chance avec le Francais Colleen!

  2. See, I knew I missed one! I do think One Week opens this month I just totally forgot it. My bad. Will have to do a better job of tracking the Canadian film openings. But thanks for bringing it up Shannon – looks like it's deserving of a little love!

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