Kurt and special guest Franco Asmaeil discuss The Films of 1986 in a four-part series. Podcast Length: Part I: 1:08:53, Part II: 45:35, Part III: 1:09:23, Part IV: 1:09:32 Podcasters: Kurt Fabisch & Franco Asmaeil Films Discussed:
Game of Thrones Season Three
Kurt, Nick, and J. talk about the third season on HBO’s epic fantasy series. Starring: Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Michelle Fairley, Kit Harrington, Richard Madden, and Emilia Clarke Released: 2013 on HBO Podcast Length: 02:27:30 Podcasters: Kurt Fabisch, Nick Poblocki & J. Newcastle
Top 10 Films of 2011
The Fabisch Factor leaves Westeros behind and takes a trip into 2011. Kurt and Nick get into each of their lists of the Top 10 Films of 2011. Podcast Length: 03:28:56 Podcasters: Kurt Fabisch & Nick Poblocki
Game of Thrones Season Two
The Fabisch Factor delves into the second season of HBO’s Fantasy Epic series Game of Thrones. Starring: Peter Dinklage, Lena Headey, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Michelle Fairley, Richard Madden, and Emilia Clarke Released: 2012 on HBO Podcast Length: 02:52:34 Podcasters: Kurt Fabisch, Nick Poblocki & J. Newcastle
Game of Thrones Season One
The Fabisch Factor delves into HBO’s Fantasy Epic series Game of Thrones. Starring: Sean Bean, Mark Addy, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage and Emilia Clarke Released: 2011 on HBO Podcast Length: 02:23:50 Podcasters: Kurt Fabisch, Nick Poblocki & J. Newcastle
Because in 2007, there was the thought that “If QT died tomorrow, THIS is his final film.” … at least that went through my head.
But after Basterds and Django, this film works as a stop gap between Kill Bill and Basterds. It’s like a minor work, but on purpose.
And Stuntman Mike… he’s still in my top 5 Tarantino characters. Kurt Russell should have been up for an Oscar for this film.
And the first half of the film, I think is pretty much on par with the rest of QT’s work. It’s still that damn half hour without Stuntman Mike that I find weak… IN comparison to when he IS onscreen.
But the entire cast is good. Except for Omar Doom… who I found TRULY annoying here. And Tracie Thoms, it’s a real love/hate performance. She tries a little too hard to do a ‘Jules Winfield’s daughter impression’, I think.
But a real solid film. And the scenes at the end of the first act, when QT goes into full-bore horror mode are amazing. The car crash we see 4 times… why no one ever did that before is beyond me.