Ep. 66 – Bridge of Spies, Beasts of No Nation, Manson Family Vacation, Crimson Peak, Goosebumps, bonus episode recaps, our Tucker & Dale screening at Drafthouse, and Christopher Nolan talks more pretentious nonsense about shooting on film

October 19, 2015 by  
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In this week’s episode of The CineSnob Podcast, the guys give their takes on “Bridge of Spies,” “Beasts of No Nation,” and “Manson Family Vacation,” along with quick reviews of “Crimson Peak” and “Goosebumps.” They also recap bonus episodes 8 and 9 of the podcast, featuring comedian Jerry Rocha and actor/author Greg Sestero, respectively, tease their “Tucker and Dale vs. Evil” screening at Alamo Drafthouse, and discuss the latest pretentious comments made by director Christopher Nolan about the movie-going experience and how it relates to shooting on film.

[0:00-25:33] Intro, Jerry Rocha and Greg Sestero episode teases, Tucker & Dale screening info
[25:33-48:09] Christopher Nolan has more pretentious stuff to say about film and the movie-going experience
[48:09-58:03] Bridge of Spies
[58:03-1:10:53] Beasts of No Nation
[1:10:53-1:17:52] Manson Family Vacation
[1:17:52-1:20:48] Quick hit: Crimson Peak
[1:20:48-1:24:28] Quick hit: Goosebumps
[1:24:28-1:30:20] Wrap up/tease for next week

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