The PrePost Film Review

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Summary

After a mini hiatus, we're happy to announce The PrePost is back!

It's been a busy few months due to various work/travel/life commitments - but we're happy to be back and making (probably wrong) predictions and sharing our film reviews. Thanks for sticking with us.

Join Matt & Jon as they discuss their predictions for Glass. Then later - after the film has been released - they return to discuss the feature itself.

Show Notes

After a mini hiatus, we're happy to announce The PrePost is back!

It's been a busy few months due to various work/travel/life commitments - but we're happy to be back and making (probably wrong) predictions and sharing our film reviews.  Thanks for sticking with us.

In this episode we're diving into the latest M.Night Shyamalan film - GLASS.  The third entry in the "Unbreakable Trilogy" Glass seems poised to push Shyamalan back into favour with film fans and critics alike.  After a fairly successful run with The Visit and Split, is he able to come through with the goods? Or will Glass break and shatter his career...like glass?

Join Matt & Jon as they discuss their predictions for Glass. Then later - after the film has been released - they return to discuss the feature itself.

00:00:00 - Introductions - Welcome back and new(ish) format!
00:05:04 - Trailer thoughts & predictions.
00:21:27 - Film review - Spoiler free.
00:36:30 - Film review - Spoilers & prediction results!

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What is The PrePost Film Review?

In each episode of The PrePost Film Review hosts Jon Asquith and Matt Stephenson discuss a film over two distinct periods.

First - brief, spoiler free impressions of a trailer upon its release. Followed by a spoiler-filled review recorded months later once the film hits cinemas.

A thoughtful and occasionally funny look at how trailers represent films.