After the Credits Episode 166: February Preview

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We know how it happened but we don’t really know how it happened. How is it already February? In a slight state of shock, Colleen, Dale (Letterboxd) and I (Letterboxd), get off track on Joan Collins and 80s soaps theme songs but along the way we also manage to look ahead to the movies coming out this month!

Other stuff we talk about:

SPARK FWD festival and conference
– NPR: On the Media – episode with Bob Garfield’s outtakes
– Joan Collins on Graham Norton show (I made a mistake, it’s a different show but still awesome)
– “Fifty Shades of Grey” on Say Wah?!

[spoiler] Cinecast (Andrew and Halfyard show)
After the Credits (Marina and Co.)
Mamo! (Matt and Matt)
ALL the RowThree Podcasts on one feed
All posts and discussions from RowThree[/spoiler]

We can also be contacted via email –!

Show Notes:

Click on movie title for the trailer.

Opening Music: Dominik Hauser’s “Dynasty – Theme from the Television Series (Bill Conti)

Opening February 6th

Jupiter Ascending
Seventh Son
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water
Ballet 422

Opening February 13th

Kingsman: The Sescret Service
Fifty Shades of Grey
The Last 5 years
What We Do in the Shadows
– Marina’s review

Opening February 20th

Hot Tub Time Machine 2
McFarland, USA
Wild Tales

Opening February 27th

Little Boy
The Lazarus Effect
Maps to the Stars
– Marina’s review
My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn

Closing Music: Dominik Hauser’s “Falcon Crest – Theme from the Television Series (Bill Conti)

Pacific Cinematheque

Vancity Theatre



4 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 166: February Preview

  1. I’m not sure what’s funnier, the idea that you’re adding all that commentary up to actually meaning two people no one really knows anything about like or don’t like each other or the fact that you’ve been reading this stuff and I haven’t. I’ll be the first to admit I’m not expecting much but it’ll be pretty to look at.

    1. My wife has been threatening to drag me (and trying to rope in some of my ‘movie friends’) to broaden my horizons cinematically, or some such.

  2. That’s still no excuse. I’m planning on seeing it but haven’t read any of this stuff (though I have seen all of the clips. Some more than once…)

    And of course, I’m just pulling your leg. A little.

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