Sunday, August 30, 2015
Episode 20: Time After Time
Corinne, Rosie, and Tim hop into their stylish steampunk time machine to chat about Nicholas Meyer's Time After Time from 1979. Listen as they compare the film's depiction of H.G. Wells to the real man, attempt to reconcile the film's lapses in spatiotemporal logic, and wonder what the hell is with Mary Steenburgen's accent. Warning: Contains explicit language, spoilers, and a problem with the Heisenberg compensators.
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