Monthly Archives: March 2010

Scott Andrew Selby’s and Greg Campbell’s Flawless — Enthusiasticast Episode 5

Mark endorses Scott Andrew Selby’s and Greg Campbell’s Flawless. We also mention… A Prophet The /Filmcast’s discussion of A Prophet The Beat That My Heart Skipped Steve McQueen’s Papillon Wikipedia entry for Pierre Boulle The Globe and Mail’s review of … Continue reading

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NOT IN SAN FRANCISCO

The sequel to Darwyn Cooke’s stone-cold genius adaption of Richard Stark’s The Hunter is called The Outfit and it drops in October. There is a preview coming in July called The Man With The Getaway Face, but if you are in … Continue reading

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Freedom™ By Daniel Suarez — It’s Not A Conspiracy, It’s An Economy

I caught up with Freedom™ Daniel Suarez’s sequel to The Daemon, a book I was enthusiastic about a few weeks ago. I was so keen on Daemon I immediately dove into Freedom and it has taken me a few weeks … Continue reading

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Bronson: Anti-Authority Art Flic

So how do you make a movie about a problem prisoner who is a nihilist, a brawler, and a poet? You make an art film. Nicolas Winding Refn’s film Bronson is half stage play and half satirical blood opera (think … Continue reading

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Peter Nowak on PW Singer’s Wired For War — Enthusiasticast Episode 4

Guest Peter Nowak endorses PW Singer’s Wired for War. Peter has just released Sex, Bombs and Burgers: How War, Porn and Fast Food Shaped Technology as We Know It. We also mention… The Oscars Twitter War and Anti-War: Making Sense … Continue reading

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