A politics and pop culture podcast, with sci-fi and socialist leanings. Hosted by Derek Johnson and Ani White.
Produced by the No Fate Project.
Anti-Fascist Movie Reviews
We review classic satirical anti-fascist movies: The Great Dictator (1940), The Producers (1967), Cabaret (1972), Starship Troopers (1997), and Dredd (2012).
Thumbnail image from The Great Dictator.
Kaiju Cycle 7: The Crawling Chaos
Nathaniel Derby Pickman's logs on the triumph of the Crawling Chaos, the Tall Man, the Walking Shadow.
Opening poem performed by Durante Haire for LibriVox.
Thumbnail image by Jens Heimdahl.
More info at jetpack.zoob.net
Halloween P2: Favourite horror movies each decade with guest Tyler West
Part 2 of our Halloween retrospective: Ani and guest Tyler West of Haunting The Studio pick their favourite horror movies of the 1990s-2020s (1920s-1980s covered in Part 1).
Full list of movies at tinyurl.com/spook-jetpack2.
Image from Scream (1996)
Halloween P1: Favourite horror movies each decade with guest Tyler West
Happy Halloween! Ani and guest Tyler West of Haunting the Studio pick their favourite horror movies of each decade. In this part we cover the 1920s-1980s, followed by the 1990s-2020s to be covered in Part 2.
Thumbnail image from Videodrome (1983).
Full list of movies and further info at tinyurl.com/spook-jetpack.
Halloween Bonus: Social Reproduction Feminisms & Horror, a talk by Jo Isaacson
For a Halloween bonus this year, we’re hosting a talk by Jo Isaacson on Social Reproduction Feminisms and Horror.
Jo writes academic and popular pieces on horror and politics. She is a professor of English at Modesto Junior College and a founding editor of Blind Field Journal. Her book Stepford Daughters: Tools for Feminists in Contemporary Horror is forthcoming from Common Notions Press. She is the author of The Ballerina and the Bull (2016) from Repeater Books, has published widely in academic and popular journals, and runs the Facebook group, Anti-capitalist feminists who like horror films.
This talk was originally hosted by UCI Critical Theory, so thanks to them.
Image from The Stepford Wives (1975)
Kaiju Cycle 6.5: Interpretation
No Fate Project report (cont'): Reading between the lines and boiling down the contemporary relevance of Dyer's diary. Like total nerds.
Diary full text at tinyurl.com/dyerdiary, read out at tinyurl.com/scripture-anchorfm
Painting by Giovanni Paolo De Agostini.