Episode 22.5 – Disc 2

Disc 2 episodes are bonus/supplement episodes of The CriterionCast. Rudie, Ryan and Travis ramble on about movies and movie experiences. In ‘On The Screen’ they discuss anything and everything that has been on their screens throughout the week. Anything from TV & movies to music & web material, everything ‘On The Screen’ is up for grabs. This is what they recommend to you, the listeners.

Today’s special guest: Colin Marshall – A blogger for MaximumFun.org and The Host for Marketplace for Ideas and The Barely Literate Podcast.

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Our next episode we will discuss Criterion #005 – François Truffaut’s The 400 Blows (Les quatre cents coups).

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Show Notes:

(00:00 – 00:10; “Rush Apart” by The Rural Alberta Advantage)

(00:11 – 01:04; The CriterionCast – Episode 022.5 – Disc 2)

(01:05 – 03:34; Errol Morris’ Standard Operating Procedure – Colin Marshall)

(03:35 – 07:04; LOST – Ryan Gallagher)

(07:05 – 11:22; Flight of Dragons – Ryan Gallagher)

(11:23 – 15:19; Gamer & Law Abiding Citizen – Ryan Gallagher)

(15:20 – 20:39; Planet Hulk – Ryan Gallagher)

(20:40 – 29:49; John Carpenter’s Starman – Travis George)

(29:50 – 55:12; Sundance Wrap Up – Rudie Obias)

(55:13 – 56:46; Wrap Up & Contact Info)

(56:47 – 56:59; Music Credits)

(57:00 – 57:14; Broadcasting LIVE on UStream)

(57:15 – 57:26; Next – François Truffaut’s The 400 Blows (Les quatre cents coups) – Criterion #005)

(57:27 – 57:42; Follow Along With Us @ CriterionCast.com/Schedule)

(57:43 – 59:07; Goodbyes)

(59:08 – 1:00:16; “Sperm & Egg” by Flotations Walls)

(1:00:17 – 1:01:19; Outtakes!!)

Music Credits:

Opening Music:

“Rush Apart” by The Rural Alberta Advantage. Learn more @ TheRAA.com

Closing Music:

“Sperm & Egg” by Flotation Walls. Learn more @ FlotationWalls.com

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14 Comments

  • Travis – Bruce Banner was not killed off at this point in the comics, he was around and he's still around today.

    Ryan – Never doubt Beta Ray Bill and Planet Hulk is The Hulk's struggle, not Banner's and thats what makes Planet Hulk interesting. Its the journey of a monster to a hero and this planet actually rewards The Hulk's talents, something that was never done on Earth. The events of this film then led to the World War Hulk storyline in the comics where The Hulk came back to Earth mad as hell! :D

  • Thanks Justin, I'm really excited to get some of these trades and read the complete storylines. I had a glimpse of this when I read one of the prequel trade paperbacks for the Civil War storyline. All of the cover art for the Planet Hulk books are amazing as well, they remind me of that guy Ladron(n?), but I think it's someone else. All of these animated films coming from Marvel and DC these days are so much fun, I can't wait to see what's next.

  • Travis – Bruce Banner was not killed off at this point in the comics, he was around and he's still around today.

    Ryan – Never doubt Beta Ray Bill and Planet Hulk is The Hulk's struggle, not Banner's and thats what makes Planet Hulk interesting. Its the journey of a monster to a hero and this planet actually rewards The Hulk's talents, something that was never done on Earth. The events of this film then led to the World War Hulk storyline in the comics where The Hulk came back to Earth mad as hell! :D

  • Thanks Justin, I'm really excited to get some of these trades and read the complete storylines. I had a glimpse of this when I read one of the prequel trade paperbacks for the Civil War storyline. All of the cover art for the Planet Hulk books are amazing as well, they remind me of that guy Ladron(n?), but I think it's someone else. All of these animated films coming from Marvel and DC these days are so much fun, I can't wait to see what's next.

  • Ahh — gotcha. My last bout with Hulk was waaaay back in issue 125 of Silver Surfer. The angle was (for each character) that Hulk was thoughtlessly destroying Earth because he was “losing Banner” and was unsure if he could ever turn back, and Surfer had lost all human emotion (which was actually kinda silly). I had been shying away from the Surfer comics at that point because Ron Lim had quit drawing them, and they could never quite solidify the art direction after his departure.

  • Ahh — gotcha. My last bout with Hulk was waaaay back in issue 125 of Silver Surfer. The angle was (for each character) that Hulk was thoughtlessly destroying Earth because he was “losing Banner” and was unsure if he could ever turn back, and Surfer had lost all human emotion (which was actually kinda silly). I had been shying away from the Surfer comics at that point because Ron Lim had quit drawing them, and they could never quite solidify the art direction after his departure.

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