Ep. 120 — TIMECRIMES (2007)

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On the conclusion of our Time Travel series, we're taking a look at what's probably the most obscure entry in the series so far, but one with a small cult following nonetheless, Nacho Vigalondo's 2007 Spanish language time travel thriller TIMECRIMES!

TIMECRIMES, possibly even more than the rest of the movies we've covered on the series, spawns a lot of discussion regarding the rules of time travel, and how those rules are used differently by different filmmaking, depending on their goal.

Vigalondo uses rules not unlike those in PRIMER(see episode 118), but with far different results.

We'll delve (a bit) into the inspiration behind the film's screenplay, and discuss our thoughts on it and whether or not we see this as a potential Psychotronic Hall of Famer. Let us know what you think by voting in our poll!

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