6 Years Later, ‘Drive’ Is Still Amazing [Podcast]

The Movie: Drive (2011)

With special guest Adam Bowes (follow him on Twitter)

Listen Here:

Further Reading:

 

Other Episodes Referenced:

 

Links:

  • The Letterboxd review where John Wick is described as “floating ruggedly”
  •  The trailer for Drive that led to the lawsuit
  • The notes from the appeal for the trailer lawsuit
  • The first half of the Breaker High episode we discussed, called “He Shoots, He Scores”

Other Movies and Series mentioned:

  • Daredevil (watch on Netflix)
  • Inherent Vice (watch on Netflix | buy on Amazon)
  • iZombie (watch on Netflix | buy the First and Second Seasons on Amazon)
  • John Wick (watch on Netflix | buy on Amazon)
  • Lost River (buy on Amazon)
  • Luke Cage (watch on Netflix)
  • The Mindy Project (watch on Netflix | buy Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 on Amazon)
  • Only God Forgives (buy on Amazon)
  • Riverdale (watch on Netflix)
  • Scorpio Rising and Fireworks (available as part of The Complete Magick Lantern Cycle on Amazon)

 


 

Dylan Clark-Moore is a podcast creator and blogger at NetFlakes. You can find him on Letterboxd and Twitter.

Caroline Diezyn is a podcast co-host and blogger at NetFlakes, and a PhD student, writer, and artist in London, Ontario. You can find them on Letterboxd and Twitter.

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