Episode 45: Dystopian Movies


With the release and widespread success of Mad Max: Fury Road, the chicks thought it was time to reveal their own favourite dystopian films. In this episode, they each pick their Top 3 Dystopian Films (with quite a few overlaps) and go a little boy-crazy in the Interesting Movie of the Fortnight feature (well, Nik does anyway).

For the next episode, we want to talk about a film that stars an actor born in June. We have a poll up for that here and you, our dearest listeners, get to decide which film that will be. Your choices are Some Like It Hot (Marilyn Monroe and Tony Curtis), The Shawshank Redemption (Morgan Freeman), Mr. and Mrs. Smith (Angelina Jolie), Closer (Natalie Portman), Ed Wood (Johnny Depp) and The Hours (Nicole Kidman and God Meryl Streep). VOTE!!!

00:00 – 04:28 – Chick-chatter
04:28 – 05:06 – Trailer
05:06 – 25:05 – Interesting Movie of the Fortnight
25:05 – 1:04:16 – Chicks list their Top 3 Dystopian Films
1:04:16 – 1:09:05 – Plugs and Goodbyes

Another Brick In The Wall (Part 2), Pink Floyd
Singin’ In The Rain, Gene Kelly
Across The Universe, Cyndi Lauper

Give us your feedback on our facebook page, via email (acrosstheuniversepodcast @ gmail.com). You can find us on twitter under @Nikhat_Z, @filmflareblog and @mettekowalski.

Our episodes are free to download and listen on iTunes and Stitcher; all our previous episodes are available here — so scroll through the archive and have fun!

What are your favourite Dystopian movies?

Published by The Chicks with Accents

Three chicks with three different accents share a passion for everything cinema-related.

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