The Olympics threw a bit of a wrench into the TV schedule in February but that just meant there was more time to catch up on other things – though at my house, it was full on Olympic obsession which even led to multiple devices streaming various events which were happening at the same time. I feel like kudos need to be sent out to CBC and their excellent Olympic app which made it super easy to catch all of the action.
This week, Colleen, Dale (Letterboxd) and I (Letterboxd) check in and share what we’ve been watching, listening to and reading!
Two bits of video we mention on the show:
- Open Culture article on Georgian fighting women
- YouTube documentary on Georgian fighting women
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Opening Music: Jeff Russo’s “Altered Carbon Main Titles“
- Stop, You’re Killing Me
- The Corsican Brothers
- Father is a Bachelor
- Cry “Havoc”
- The War of the Planets
- The Post
- Murder on the Orient Express (2017)
- Murder on the Orient Express (1974)
- 3:10 to Yuma
- Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story
- Just Getting Started
- The Female Brain
- “Lost Island” by Preston & Child
- “Lost Order” by Steve Berry
- Cloverfield Paradox
- Reality High
- The Ritual
- Seeing Allread
- House of Z
- Enter the Battlefield
- Fifty Shades Freed
- Black Panther
- World of Tomorrow 2
- In the Fade
- Vengeance: A Love Story
- Looking Glass
- “Altered Carbon” by Richard Morgan
- “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L’Engle
- “The Hate U Give” by Angie Thomas
- “The Undomestic Goddess” by Sophie Kinsella
Closing Music: Run the Jewels’ “Legend Has It“
3 thoughts on “After the Credits Episode 230: Littlest Hobo Media Spew – February”
After seeing “In the Fade” I definitely recommend you check out Fatih Akin’s other films, especially “Head On” and “The Edge of Heaven”. He has a really unique point of view and always manages to mix Turkish and German politics and culture. Quite flexible jumping between gritty turbulent romance, light-hearted comedy, and ambitious interweaving drama. I assure you, none of them are quite as depressing as In the Fade.
Thanks for the recommendation. I’ll have to search them out!
If you eventually check out “Soul Kitchen”, you’ll have a hard time believing the same guy directed In the Fade and Head On.