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***Today’s episode was recorded on three completely different setups in three different locations. Audio quality between each segment may vary.
2:04 – The Shape of Water Spoiler-Free Review
21:40 – The Shape of Water Spoilers
42:40 – “Sound Trek” featuring Godzilla 1954 and more with Alexandra Bohannon
124:40 – Special Pan’s Labyrinth post-screening panel discussion from The Tower Theatre
The Cinematic Schematic closes out our December theme of “Misunderstood Movie Monsters” with a Guillermo Del Toro monster themed episode that includes a special panel discussion talking Pan’s Labyrinth, our review/analysis of Guillermo Del Toro’s The Shape of Water with Laron Chapman, and the latest edition of Sound Trek from Alexandra Bohannon featuring the score from one of Japan’s most iconic monsters.
This month’s “Sound Trek” takes a trip into the supernatural, the realm of Japanese sci-fi and into the alien invasion genre. Links to all of Alexandra’s selections can be found below.
We close with a special conversation discussing Pan’s Labyrinth with The Oklahoman‘s culture writer and member of the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle, Nathan Poppe, Oklahoma filmmaker Rogelio Almeida Jr, and Christopher Shultz from Lit Reactor and the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle. The panel discussion took place after a screening of Pan’s Labyrinth at Tower Theatre in Oklahoma City.
December’s Special Guests – Pan’s Labyrinth Tower Theatre Panelist
Rogelio Almeida Jr.
Okla Cine Latino Film Festival Coordinator
Culture Writer at The Oklahoman
Oklahoma Film Critic’s Circle Member
Dark Fiction Author / Writer at Lit Reactor
Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Member
Alexandra’s Sound Trek Selections
Godzilla (1954) – “Main Theme”
Arrival – “On Nature of Daylight”
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