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The Soylent GreenScreen Podcast

An Australian podcast series from Melbourne, Victoria. Our agenda is simple, we want to discover, discuss and introduce a wide variety of #cult, #classic and misunderstood films that may have been forgotten, neglected or dismissed over the years.
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Our agenda is simple, we aim to discover, discuss, and introduce a variety of #cult, #classic, misunderstood or dismissed films that you or may not have heard of. We upload one episode a week and record from #Melbourne, #Australia. 

Your hosts are Wayne, Michelle, Justin, and Darkest-Timeline Justin. Wayne is interested in the culture of film. Michelle prefers behind the scenes stories and trivia. Darkest-Timeline Justin loves superheroes, horror, and anime. Justin specializes in industrial strength awesomeness. 

The links above go to facebook, twitter, email, & iTunes. You can even download episodes by holding the 'option' key, and clicking "Download this episode."

For best listening experience, use our Stitcher Radio Link. #Stitcher is a better app than iTunes in our humble opinions, and can be used on android, mac or PC seamlessly. 

May 11, 2015
Battle Royale (2000)

In our latest episode Sean Fallon joins us as a special guest to discuss one of his favourite films, the #Japanese #Jsplatter, Cult Classic, #BattleRoyale, starring #TakeshiKitano and #ChiakiKuriyama from #QuentinTarantino's #KillBill. Sean is a freelance writer who is guest starring on behalf of audienceseverywhere.net

You can follow Sean via @Equiatic_Bind or Audiences Everywhere @WeTalkMovies

Battle Royale is the story of forty-two ninth-grade students from a Japanese high school forced by legislation to compete in a Battle Royale. The students are given a bag with a randomly selected weapon and rations of food and water, before being sent off to kill each other until one survives--or they all die.

The movie focuses on how they cope. Some play the game like the psychotic #Kiriyama or the sexual #Mitsuko, others like the heroes of the movie, #Shuya, #Noriko, and #Kawada try to find a way out, without violence. As the numbers lower, is there any way for Shuya, and his classmates to survive?

 

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