Ep. 94 — 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY (1968) with Justin Vance.
This week, we're discussing one of the most influential films ever discussed on this podcast — and one of the most influential ever made! — with special guest Justin Vance: Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY.
On this week's show, we're taking a deep dive into the making of a film that would forever change not only the science fiction genre, but the whole of filmmaking itself. It's a film who's technical achievements and influences can not be understated, but also one that for the last half century has spawned discussions and debates about the film's themes and philosophies.
And what better way to celebrate 50 years of 2001 than to nominate it for the Psychotronic Hall of Fame? So what say you? Is this one of the most important cult genre films of all time?
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Theme song: “Foreign Body” by the Slasher Film Festival Strategy from their album PSYCHIC SHIELD. More info: http://slasherfilmfestivalstrategy.bandcamp.com