Welcome to the new FlickThat podcast brought to you by FlickDirect and Movie Deals App. Join your hosts Nathan Rose and Austin Putnam as they take a look at movies and pop culture from generational perspectives (Gen X and Z).
On this week’s FlickThat podcast Nathan and Austin discuss John Woo in American cinema. Specifically Broken Arrow, Face/Off, and Mission Impossible 2.
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On this week’s FlickThat podcast we bring you an interview Austin did last year with the lovely and talented Katie Sarife on her film Annabelle Comes Home. The two talk about creepy dolls, the paranormal, and being a part of one of the biggest horror franchises in history.
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Nathan Rose argues the merits of 1986’s Highlander with millennial Austin Putnam on this week’s edition of FlickThat. Remember "There can be only one!"
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Welcome to the new FlickThat podcast brought to you by FlickDirect and the Movie Deals App. Join your hosts Nathan Rose and Austin Putnam as they take a look at movies and pop culture from generational perspectives (Gen X and Z).
In this first episode, the two discuss the 1996 horror film The Craft and their views on it as well as offering some great news for fans of The Craft as to what they can expect in 2021. So sit back, relax, have a bite of popcorn, and let's get on with the show!
** The show makes references to the Shout! Factory's The Craft (1996) Blur-ray. For more information please click here: https://amzn.to/3cutvTK
** Watch the trailer for The Craft (1996) by visiting here: https://youtu.be/hp3U_MnRdYg