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Cinema Eclectica 168 – Grumpy Old Dictators

It’s a three-man show disguised as a two-man show this week as Rob and Graham invite Mark on for an exciting new feature where we take a different look at two of last week’s big releases – “The Incredibles 2” and “Skyscraper”. Before all of

Cinema Eclectica 167 – Sexy Guernica

After some technical problems the Eclectica gang manage to find the right lever switch to send 5,000 volts through their microphones while they maniacally scream “It’s alive!” as they discuss “Mary Shelley”. With Elle Fanning bringing the Frankenstein author to life and Haifaa al-Mansour supplying

Cinema Eclectica 165 – Killed By W.A.S.P.

For a Fuller podcast experience, join Ryan, Graham, and Aidan for Cinema Eclectica’s Samuel Fuller special, where the second half of the show is a deep dive into Indicator’s new box set devoted to the great San Franciscan’s work. Ryan immediately clicks (buddy-cop style), with

Loneliness of a Long Distance Runner

Based on Alan Sillitoe’s 1959 first person short story of the same name, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner was an obvious choice for Woodfall Films following the success they had had with a previous adaptation of a Sillitoe novel; Saturday Night and Sunday