Fikri and Muz takes a big bite of the horror genre, looking at its earliest years on the silver screen as well as how folk stories, urban legends, cultural and social panics are/were played and incorporated into films by the Western world.
The second of a two-parter sees Fikri and Wina conclude their discussion on the films of Studio Ghibli.
Fikri welcomes a colleague of his, Wina Widaningrum, to show to talk all things Ghibli Studios.
With Diaz still hanging around, Fikri and Muz keep on talking about older films from years gone by.
Fikri, Muz and Diaz bang on about the 26th Malaysian Film Festival, among other things.
Fikri and Muz catch up with Diaz Hernawan. Now back in Jakarta for a year and working in the social media industry, they discuss his forays and the impact of social media as a whole.
The landmark 30th episode runs the risk of Muz throwing his phone out of frustration over connection issues, so let’s get this brief episode out of the… Read more “Thoughts on Films – Episode 30: The Scripted Unscripted Show About Dead People”
Fikri and Muz tucks into the latest news and views from in and around the Malaysian scene, with some segues in there somewhere.