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The MFF Podcast #21: Doomed Sequels and Resurrected Franchises

August 3, 2015


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We hope you enjoyed our previous episode on: Developing the Perfect Horror Film.


SUMMARY:  This week the MFF crew discusses the past and upcoming projects of Guillermo del Toro, X-Men: Apocalypse and the X-Men and Marvel Universe franchises, and muse the past, present and future of the Alien franchise with Neil Blomkamp’s upcoming Alien 5 project. 


We also answer such important questions as…

“How are Guillermo del Toro’s movies all connected?”
“What makes a bad movie enjoyable?”
“How do Sarlacc’s mate?”
“Has the X-Men franchise added too many characters for us to care?”
“Did Prometheus or AVP actually hurt the Alien franchise?”


This week’s podcast is based on the following articles:
Prometheus (2012) Vivisected: The Unacceptable Discontinuity between Alien and Prometheus
Prometheus (2012) Vivisected: The sea of questions regarding the mysterious black goo
Bad Movie Tuesday: AVP/AVPR/Predators
Pacific Rim (2013), an epic live-action anime experience
Pacific Rim: It’s All About the Monsters Getting Punched in the Face
X-Men First Class

Sit back, relax and learn about everything you missed.
If you haven’t seen some of these movies, be comforted that we will geekily inform you as to why you should watch them.

You can stream the pod at the Sharkdropper website, listen to us on with your mobile app OneCast, or download the podcast on Itunes.
If you get a chance please REVIEW, RATE and SHARE the pod!
Proudly sponsored by the audiobook company Audible, your new MFF podcast episode is here!

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