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Stan Lee, Suspiria & The Crimes of Grindelwald – The Electric Shadows Podcast

Episode 52 of The Electric Shadows Podcast sees Robs Daniel and Wallis pulling a late night recording session after viewing Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.

Fittingly, talking from half-past midnight onwards, the pair are uncharacteristically disciplined as they cover a variety of topics. Despite there being a lot to jaw about in the ep.

First up, the pair pay tribute to Stan Lee, the godfather of modern superheroes and Western comics who sadly passed away this week.

After discussing Suspiria on the previous episode when rounding up the London Film Festival, the Robs discuss Luca Guadagnino’s remake again now that Mr Wallis has seen it. We recommend listening to both episodes for a full appreciation of what both Robs think of it!

As a main course, they move onto Fantastic Beas...

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them – The Electric Shadows Podcast

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In episode 15 of The Electric Shadows Podcast, Rob Daniel & Wallis do a late night review of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, having just watched the movie. Slightly tired, the two embark on a spellbinding odyssey that covers interspecies coupling, the right way to cast spells, Eddie Redmayne’s fictitious fractious relationship with his mum and comparing King Kong to Sonny Corelone. Ah, the magic of the movies…

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Adam Pearson talks Under The Skin

Adam Pearson interview - Under the Skin, Scarlett JohanssonFor an incredibly busy man, Adam Pearson is generous with his time. On Good Friday this year, his one day off that week, Adam met up with us to discuss his experiences on the astonishing Under the Skin.

Pearson, who has the condition neurofibromatosis, plays a young man ensnared by Scarlett Johansson’s predatory alien. One of the many questions the film throws up is how would a being with no concept of beauty react to facial disfigurement?

Over a lively hour in a Croydon Caffe Nero, Pearson gave us the lowdown on the (literal) pain he went through in getting the role, lazy stereotypes movies and TV apply to disfigurement, and working with one of Hollywood’s brightest A-list stars.

Electric Shadows: A question you’re probably sick of answering, but your condition is neurofibromatosis?

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