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December 20, 2021

In this episode of The Fictionphile Podcast, we cover some of the highlights from the past week, including news about Spider-Man: No Way Home, Ghostbusters, and adaptations coming to Netflix and Amazon.

https://youtu.be/orZ5nKvM4vY

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Good day, fellow fiction lovers. I’m Jason Boyd, and you’re listening to The Fictionphile Podcast. Today, we’ll cover some of the highlights from the past week. So, without further p...

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In this episode of The Fictionphile Podcast, we cover some of the highlights from the past week, including news about Anne Rice, The Eternals, and The Game of the Year Awards.

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Good day, fellow fiction lovers. I’m Jason Boyd, and you’re listening to The Fictionphile Podcast. Today, we’ll cover some of the highlights from the past week. So, without further preamble,...

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December 5, 2021

In this episode of The Fictionphile Podcast, we cover some of the highlights from the past week, including news about Spider-Man, Game of Thrones, and The Avengers.

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Good day, fellow fiction lovers. I’m Jason Boyd, and you’re listening to The Fictionphile Podcast. Today, we’ll cover some of the highlights from the past week. So, without further preamble, let’s get to it.

Amy Pascal: Tom Holland to Star in Three Mor...
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November 29, 2021

In this episode of The Fictionphile Podcast, we cover some of the highlights from the past week, including news about Encanto, Doctor Who, and the passing of a musical theatre legend.

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Intro

Good day, fellow fiction lovers. I’m Jason Boyd, and you’re listening to The Fictionphile Podcast. Today, we’ll cover some of the highlights from the past week. So, without further preamble, let’s get to it.

Stephen Sondheim Dead at ...
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November 22, 2021

In this episode of The Fictionphile Podcast, we cover some of the highlights from the past week, including news about Black Panther, Ghostbusters, and Lethal Weapon.

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Intro

Good day, fellow fiction lovers. I’m Jason Boyd, and you’re listening to The Fictionphile Podcast. Today, we’ll cover some of the highlights from the past week. So, without further preamble, let’s get to it.

Earthworm Jim Gets A New Series

The 90’s vid...

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November 3, 2020

Ahoy, Fictionphile Fans. Welcome to the Fictionphile News Round-Up for Nov. 2, 2020. My name is Corrine Asbell, and I’m the Managing Editor of fictionphile.com.

We’re trying a bit of a new format. Don’t worry, the podcast style you know and–maybe love–has not gone away. We’re just planning on sneaking in a new format like this one here and there. 

Be sure to head to the Fictionphile page on Facebook to let us know what you think!

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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why the movie The Shining is a work of art. Topics include the genius of Stanley Kubrick, the genius of Jack Nicholson, and a lively debate on whether The Shining counts as a horror film.

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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why the movie Alien (1979) is a work of art. Topics include the character of Ripley, the practical special effects, and the tense horror effects employed.

Alien is a science fiction classic directed by Ridley Scott and produced by Gordon Carroll, David Giler, and Walter Hill. Its horror-sci-fi hybrid script was written by Dan O’Bannon based on a story by O’Bannon and Ro...

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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why the comic book Preacher is a work of art. Topics include the analysis of masculinity, its rollicking debauchery, and whether it’d ever fly today.

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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a work of art. Topics include the innovative animation styles, the fantastic introduction to Miles Morales, and the return to form for Spider-Man storytelling.

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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why the Scott Pilgrim comic book series is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why The Dark Knight Rises is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why The Dark Knight is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why Batman Begins is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why The Shawshank Redemption is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990) is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why The Fifth Element is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why The Killing Joke is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why Buffy the Vampire Slayer (TV) is a work of art.
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In this episode of the Fictionphile Podcast, the crew analyzes why Final Fantasy 7 is a work of art.
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