/Filmcast Ep. 465 – Avengers: Infinity War

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David, Devindra, Jeff, and Kristy delve into Marvel’s latest ambitious, audacious entry into the superhero genre.

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Decoding Westworld S2E01 – Journey Into Night

Decoding Westworld is a weekly podcast recapping the HBO original series Westworld. In this episode, Joanna and David discuss the Season 2 premiere, “Journey Into Night.” Be sure to check out Chris Evangelista’s recap and Joanna Robinson’s recap of this episode. 

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/Filmcast Ep. 464 – Wild, Wild Country

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David and Jeff discuss David’s European honeymoon, and Jeff reveals what it’s like to become a meme. Then, they dive into the provocative Netflix docuseries Wild, Wild Country.

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Joanna and David are back to recap a new season of Westworld! In this episode, special guest Paul Scheer joins us to discuss our thoughts on season 1, what we’re looking forward to most in season 2, our thoughts on Jonathan Nolan’s rickroll, and Paul’s recent panel with the showrunners and actors of Westworld. Be sure to check out Paul’s podcast, How Did This Get Made.

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/Filmcast Ep. 460 – Pacific Rim Uprising

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David, Devindra, Jeff, and Kristy discuss a movie where gigantic robots fight gigantic monsters and stuff. Also, Jeff talks Tomb Raider and Kristy shares thoughts on Wes Anderson’s latest.

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David got married this weekend! And Peter and Devindra were there to see it! And Jeff was there too, but he couldn’t make the podcast episode, but he did do the ads for the show!

This week on the /Filmcast, David, Devindra and Peter discuss life in Seattle and review David’s wedding. Also, David’s friend Matt Weber joins the podcast to discuss The Death of Stalin. Check out Matt’s interview with Elmo here.
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/Filmcast Ep. 458 – A Wrinkle in Time

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David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the magic of Faces, Places and what it’s like to watch Sailor Moon in a theater after a lifetime of fandom. Special guest Angie Han joins us for our review. Check out Angie’s review of A Wrinkle in Time at Mashable.

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/Filmcast Ep. 457 – Red Sparrow

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David, Devindra, Jeff, and Kristy discuss the Lawrences’ (Jennifer and Francis – no relation) latest collaboration. Also, David and Kristy discuss Derren Brown’s reprehensible new special, The Push. Check out Kristy’s review of it here.

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While a video projector can be the cornerstone of a decent home theater system, it can also be a finicky beast. Projectors kick out a ton of heat and noise, they aren’t super portable, and they often require additional augmentation like a device to actually input a video signal, or speakers so that you can actually hear what’s happening.

That’s why I was so intrigued when I first saw an Indiegogo campaign for Anker’s Nebula Capsule Projector last fall. It actually seemed too good to be true. A projector that was the size of a Coke can, with a speaker built in that was running a version of Android with video apps? For under $500? (It retails on Amazon right now for $300). The prospect was so exciting that I threw caution to the wind and backed the campaign.

I wanted to understand if the Nebula Capsule really could do everything it claimed to. More importantly, I wanted to see if it could help me realize a long-time dream: Watching Netflix projected on my ceiling while lying in bed. Keep reading for our full Nebula Capsule Projector review.
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/Filmcast Ep. 456 – Annihilation

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David, Devindra, Jeff, and Kristy discuss Alex Garland’s latest film, Annihilation. Check out Indiewire’s piece on Netflix streaming and Chris Evangelista’s deep-dive into Annihilation. To enter our Coco contest, email slashfilmcast@gmail.com with the words “Coco Contest” in the subject line and share your favorite musical moment in films. Include your address (US only, no PO boxes).

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