Podcast: Snowpiercer – Extra Film
This week on the InSession Film Podcast: Extra Film segment, we are joined by Mark Hobin from Fast Film Reviews and Nathan Withrow from Flight, Tights & Movie Nights as we review the incredible dystopian sci-fi movie, Snowpiercer, starring Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, John Hurt and several others.
Both Nathan and Mark were great guests, especially since they were chomping at the bit to discuss this film and both had some great things to say. Also, don’t miss our latest main episode on Episode 71 where we discuss Transformers: Age of Extinction and our Top 5 movies of the year so far. I promise you, it’s one worth checking out!
Anyway, we hope you have fun listening to this week’s Extra Film segment. Check out the show and let us know what you think in the comment section below. Hope you enjoy and thanks for listening!
– Snowpiercer Movie Review (6:02)
**Stay tuned for our SPOILERS discussion at the 43:39 mark of the episode!
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Really good episode guys. I heavily enjoyed this movie, but the ending was a little confusion for me. However it is one I will own for sure and watch multiple times. I liked the assassin character because it did add some tension to the plot. Swinton was too comical to be taken seriously as a dangerous villain
Thanks man! I loved the ending…I agree it was a bit ambiguous but added some great themes for me. Swinton may have been comical but I def felt her presence as an upper class “leader”, but I see what you’re saying. Anyway, thanks for listening man and thanks for the comments!