This week, Zach sits down to watch Pulp Fiction and gets a little lesson in story telling.

Pulp_Fiction_coverThe lives of two mob hit men, a boxer, a gangster’s wife, and a pair of diner bandits intertwine in four tales of violence and redemption.

[podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp510.mp3[/podcast]

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  1. I would be really happy, if you could put the information about other topics you talk about in the podcast-description too.

    I want to know about the video but i also want to know if you talk about DCs last thing or magic or whatever before i listen.

    This would be great,
    thanks

    • yeah, seconded. i’ve noticed the same thing as well…from the star wars movies up til terminator 2, a lot of those big movies (especially james cameron’s movies) are tinted blue, and through the late 90’s/00’s, there’s been a shift from green/red, due to the matrix, to a teal/orange palette (most notably all the michael bay/jerry bruckheimer movies, as well as the fast and furious series).

      if they’re going by complimentary colors, i can’t wait til every movie has the violet/yellow palette! Avengers 2 is gonna look so awesome!

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