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This week the team talks the monster event that was D23 in Anaheim, California, and the slew of Disney, Marvel and Star Wars announcements to emerge.
Then, Clayton turns a critical eye to Midsommar, the latest occult horror from director Ari Aster.
Plus, Miranda celebrates the art of the fan in the spirit of her latest obsession, Tokusatsu GAGAGA!
All this, plus ‘I’m Your Super-Friend’ from the CW Flash musical episode.
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Tune in to Geeks Out, Tuesday nights at 8pm on Joy 94.9!
Last show, Clayton and Keiran covered the lesser hyped science fiction film, High Rise, starring Robert Patterson and Juliet Binochet, before having a chat about the latest trailers for the Jumanji sequel, and familial horror romp Ready or Not.
Then Keiran brought us the latest news from the world of anime covering Attack on Titan, Sailor Moon Eternal, One Piece: Stampede, and Neon Genesis Evangelion‘s release on Netflix.
Plus, Clayton and Keiran delivered their take on the first MCU film following Avengers: Endgame – Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Featuring music from Good Omens‘ Chattering order of St Beryl.
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Some of you may not understand when I say that no matter the quality of the films that in my eyes the Avengers series is one of the greatest cinematic marvels (LOL) that I have ever experienced.
It’s not a sentiment everyone agrees with, and that’s fine. Casual work friend Matt certainly didn’t agree when he made his feelings known; that one superhero film is the same as another, and that what he considers art has been bled dry from modern film making.
Okay. Cool. Agree to disagree.
But what cannot be argued is that these films have struck a chord, and that the masses enjoy them for a reason. Part of what makes any work great is that it meets the audience halfway. It could be argued that what an audience brings to a film is equally important as what the film delivers in order to convey its message.
I can’t speak for everyone else. All I have is my own meandering experience, and my experience is that of a former fifteen year old child delving into comic books for the first time.
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