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Binary System Podcast #107 – Thor: Ragnarok and Stranger Things season 2

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Binary System Podcast #107 – Thor: Ragnarok and Stranger Things season 2

This is the second of two episodes we actually recorded last week (because time is weird) just to make sure the holiday travel time didn’t throw off our oh-so-carefully-prepared schedule (and if you believe we’re that organized we’ve got a bridge we can sell ya too. ANYWAY.) This week we’re talking about two things we’ve both finally seen: Thor Ragnarok and Stranger Things Season 2. (Fair warning, we’re gonna spoil all the things.)

And because we never did learn to focus, we also get into Twin Peaks and writing book reviews when the authors are going to actually read them.

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Kathryn Adams

Review: Star Wars Aftermath – Empire’s End

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Review: Star Wars Aftermath – Empire’s End

“The Rebellion was easy, Lando. Governing’s harder.”

The Empire takes its last stand on the planet of Jakku in the final book of Chuck Wendig’s Aftermath trilogy. And while this trilogy has been less “journey to The Force Awakens” and more “what happened right after Return of the Jedi,” we get a tiny glimpse of the start of the First Order in a tale of old favorites, new favorites that I hope we’ll see more of, the birth of the New Republic and the last gasp of a foe that’s dangerous even when it’s dying.

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Los Angeles Red Carpet Photos

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Star Wars: The Last Jedi Los Angeles Red Carpet Photos

Only a few more days till we see Star Wars: The Last Jedi! (Except for all the lucky people who already saw it at the premieres!) Here’s more red carpet photos, this time from the Los Angeles premiere!

On Dec 10, 2017, in Los Angeles, stars Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Lupita Nyong’o, Andy Serkis, Domhnall Gleeson, Anthony Daniels, Gwendoline Christie, Kelly Marie Tran, Laura Dern and Benicio Del Toro were joined by writer/director Rian Johnson and producers Kathleen Kennedy and Ram Bergman for a walk down the red carpet where they greeted enthusiastic fans at the world premiere of Lucasfilm’s STAR WARS: THE LAST JEDI.

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Review – Dunkirk

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Review – Dunkirk

The Golden Globe nominations are in (which tend to be an early indicator of what may get nominated for the Oscars) so this week guest writer TheNoShitMovieCritic has a review of one of the nominees for Best Drama Picture: Christopher Nolan’s Dunkirk.

I waited a long time to finally add this one to the shelf collection, but to be fair; pound for pound, it’s just not as good as anticipated (hyped beyond delivery).

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Kathryn Adams

Binary System Podcast #106 – WTNV #119 “eGemony Part 3: “A Story of Love and Horror”

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Binary System Podcast #106 – WTNV #119 “eGemony Part 3: “A Story of Love and Horror”

Yep, it’s definitely not our imagination: these titles are getting longer.

Balancing out that extra-long title is a short podcast this week as the twins recap an episode of Welcome To Night Vale where…nothing happens. Well okay, things happen, but we get the idea that the things that happen aren’t quite the earth-shattering story-resolving things that Cecil thinks they are.

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Leland Pierce

Review: Call Me By Your Name

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Review: Call Me By Your Name

Call Me By Your Name is a beautiful romantic-coming-of-age drama directed by Luca Guadagnino. Based on the novel of the same name by Andre Aciman, the movie chronicles the romantic relationship between Elio, a 17-year old living in Italy, and his father’s American assistant, Oliver. What starts as friendship ends up being a relationship that defines both characters as each learn about true love and their own place in the world. Read On