Podcast: The Babadook, Top 3 Child Performances – Episode 93
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This week on the InSession Film Podcast, Blake is back after a long hiatus and we are joined by our awesome comedian friend Brent Allen who helps us review the Australian horror film, The Babadook. Going off of that, we discuss our Top 3 Child Performances and we bring back Trailer Talk after a few, but significant, trailers dropped over the last week.
No Extra Film this last week and we hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving holiday. It’s great to have Blake back this week after having a rough month of November but things are looking up. And as always, Brent is a fantastic guest and a guy we’d highly recommend you follow.
Anyway, check out this week’s show and let us know what you think in the comment section. Thanks for listening and thanks for supporting our podcast!
– The Babadook Movie Review (9:43)
– Top 3 Child Performances (34:05)
For those of you who may be confused, in The Babadook, Noah Wiseman gives an incredible performance as the son, which is crucial to the film and gave us the inspiration for this week’s Top 3. Over the years we’ve seen countless child performances and there’s been some terrific actors that has stood above the rest. And we came up with some great one’s for our lists this week. That being said, what would be your Top 3?
– Trailer Talk (1:03:36)
This week we continue a segment where we discuss some of the latest trailers we’ve seen recently. And last week there was some hard hitters too. Here’s what we discussed this week:
Star Wars: Episode VII
Pitch Perfect 2
Next week on the show:
Main Review – Wild
Top 3 – Movie Discoveries of 2014
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