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Now displaying: April, 2015
Apr 25, 2015

In this episode, Dave discusses one of his old science fiction favorites, Gattaca.  Britt makes an appearance to talk about Dystopian movies, in general.  We discuss both the movie and how it connects to the touchy subject of privilege. Listen! Check out the Show Notes here! Fangirl Fixation Introduction: 0:00:00 Fangirl Fixation: 0:03:07 Privilege: 0:20:25 Gattaca: […]

Apr 18, 2015

In this episode, Dave takes on a classic, Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations.  He discusses the psychological aspects of this work’s most common theme, loyalty.  Britt makes a triumphant return to discuss Helena Bonham Carter Listen! Check out the Show Notes here! Fangirl Fixation   Introduction: 0:00:00 Fangirl Fixation: 0:03:57 Loyalty: 0:22:36 Great Expectations: 0:37:24 Rate […]

Apr 11, 2015

In this episode, just in time to go see Furious 7, Dave reviews the “classic” that started it all, The Fast and the Furious.  Instead of focusing on the obvious, Family, Dave discusses the inappropriately risk behavior of pretty much every single character in the movie.  Britt takes a week off from Fangirl Fixation this […]

Apr 4, 2015

In this episode, Dave deals with his separation anxiety from the United Kingdom by watching Shaun of the Dead.  He takes a closer look at how the main character changes throughout the film.  To do this, he ties it to the Stages of Change.  Britt makes another appearance to share her thoughts (despite illness) on […]

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