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Dorking Out

The podcast for anyone who loves to dork out about movies. Every week, writer Sonia Mansfield (The Sonia Show, formerly of The San Francisco Examiner, EON Magazine, IF Magazine, Assignment X and Cinescape) and podcaster Margo D. (Book Vs. Movie, Best Neighbors, Fit Bottomed Girls, Not Fade Away) dork out about movies from the past and present.
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Jan 23, 2017

Show Rundown: In this week’s episode, we review the new Netflix series, A Series of Unfortunate Events,” based on the books by Lemony Snicket aka Daniel Handler. In our second segment, my husband David Tracy, the biggest Sherlock fan in the all the land, joins us to solve the mystery of what to do when a show you love goes off the rails. All of that, plus our favorite headlines of the week. We’ve got a lot to dork out about, so let’s get this podcast started.

Topic 1: A Series of Unfortunate Events

Link to watch: https://www.netflix.com/title/80050008

So January 13 saw the arrival of season 1 of Lemony Snicket’s Series of Unfortunate Events based on a series of books by Daniel Handler. It’s a black comedy about three orphaned children who live through, well, the title of the show.

This Netflix version stars Neil Patrick Harris, Patrick Warburton, Malina Weissman, Louis Hynes and guest stars a heavy hitting cast with Joan Cusack, Aasif Mandvi, Catherine O'Hara, Don Johnson and Alfre Woodard.

Topic 2: Sherlock - What to do when a story you love goes off the rails

Sherlock finished its fourth season on PBS last week. Sherlock’s seasons are comprised of three 90-minute movies based on the books by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and it stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman as Sherlock and Watson.

Favorite Headlines

Star Trek Discovery Delayed, Spock’s Father Cast

Night Shyamalan’s Split Is A Surprise Sequel

 

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