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All Units

By Sean McTiernan

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Every two weeks Sean McTiernan creates a double bill in the hopes of exploring and understanding another aspect of thriller cinema. Every other week, Calling All Units will answer questions from listeners, the host and, if necessary, the authorities. If you keep a running list of movies you want to watch, prepare for it to get much, much longer.

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A great guide to obscure film classics

A fine Irish film podcast with a detailed and intelligent critique of two different thrillers in each episode. The presenter links them thematically, and discusses them in the context of a fantastically wide and enthusiastic knowledge of cinema in general.

He concentrates on genre stuff and older obscurities, and seems to pick only films he loves. Particular strengths include Asian cinema, heist movies and the kind of 70s American film where an aspirational lowlife in a crumpled coat screws up for two hours and dies. Quite a few were new to me, and the podcast makes a great case for tracking them down. I'd be surprised if you don't discover something new to love here.

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