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Outside the Envelope – Battleship


On this episode of Outside the Envelope…

It’s the joke that became and movie, and now it’s the subject of a rollickingly fun episode of Outside the Envelope:

First time guest Rick Sandlas from DearFilm joins third-time guest Andrew from A Constant Visual Feast and host Brian Roan to talk Battleship. Also discussed: Melancholia, Drive, and The White Ribbon.

Outside the Envelope – Shame


On this episode of Outside the Envelope…

Brian is joined by Ryan McNeil from The Matinee and Dan Gvozden from Grind My Reels to talk about the sex-addiction drama Shame, starring Michael Fassbender, Carey Mulligan, and directed by Steve McQueen.

Also discussed – We Need To Talk About Kevin, Boogie Nights, and New Girl.

Outside the Envelope – The Hunger Games


On this episode of Outside the Envelope, Brian is joined by Sam Fragoso of Duke and the Movies, and is rejoined by Andy of A Constant Visual Feast to discuss The Hunger Games.

Also discussed – the pitfalls of book-to-film adaptation, Detention, Wrath of the Titans, and Tideland.

Show Notes:


Outside the Envelope – Jeff, Who Lives At Home


On this episode of Outside the Envelope, Brian is joined by Fredo, from FilmYarn, to discuss Jeff, Who Lives At Home, the newest film from the Brothers Dusplass. They also discuss Puss in Boots, HBO dramas, Michael Mann, and the films of M. Night Shyamalan.

Show Notes:

The Slate article that is mentioned.

Roger Ebert’s review of the film.

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