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A weekly podcast by Clemson students Sean and Nate where we talk movies and help you develop a critical eye for media, going from a movie-lover to a film-aficionado.

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A weekly podcast by Clemson students Sean and Nate where we talk movies and help you develop a critical eye for media, going from a movie-lover to a film-aficionado.

    S1 E8: The Western and Space Exploration

    S1 E8: The Western and Space Exploration

    Nate has converted one of his final projects into a podcast, which delves into how the space exploration genre is the new American genre, just like the western once was. This episode would have a rating of G. 

    • 29 min
    S1 E7: Honey Boy and Shia Labeouf

    S1 E7: Honey Boy and Shia Labeouf

    Sean and Nate dive into the relatively new Amazon Original release of Shia Labeouf's autobiography, Honey Boy. This episode would be rated PG-13.

    • 39 min
    S1 E6: Parasite

    S1 E6: Parasite

    Sean and Nate take apart the Academy Award winner for Best Picture, Parasite. They discuss it's Oscar wins as well as the possible messages Bong Joon-ho put in the film. This podcast would have a rating of PG-13. 

    • 53 min
    S1 E5: The Style of Denis Villenueve

    S1 E5: The Style of Denis Villenueve

    Sean and Nate break down the directing style of Denis Villenueve by discussing two of his movies, Arrival (2016) and Sicario (2015). This episode would have a rating of PG. 

    • 39 min
    S1 E4: Gretel and Hansel

    S1 E4: Gretel and Hansel

    Sean and Nate discuss the good, the bad, and the confusing in the recently released film Gretel and Hansel. This episode would have a rating of PG. 

    • 39 min
    S1 E3: Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2

    S1 E3: Kill Bill Vol. 1 & 2

    Hosts Sean and Nate give their opinions on Kill Bill as well as the possible future of Quentin Tarantino. This episode would have a rating of PG. 

    • 38 min

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