Considering the Sequels is a monthly film podcast that examines the merits and weaknesses of movie franchises.
In Episode 13 we consider the first four films of the “Harry Potter” franchise, and our featured guest is Barrett Hilton, who is a coordinator of post-theatrical film distribution at 20th Century Fox. In this show we also answer a voice mail from our Listener Feedback Hotline (801.382.8789), and we discuss a few Mini Reviews.
Your hosts are Andy Howell, Karl Huddleston and Jason Pyles. Considering the Sequels is broadcast live on Ustream the third Sunday of every month at 7 p.m. MST, and its new episodes are posted on the first day of every month.
II. Considering the Sequels: Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone; Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets; Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban; Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire; Overview of first four films.
III. Answering Listener Voice Mail — Austin from West Valley City, Utah
IV. Mini Reviews
V. Wrap-Up / Credits
Barrett Hilton, Andy, Karl and Jason give their collective verdict on this franchise, from 0 to 100:
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone = 76
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets = 67
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban = 86
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire = 78
First Four Movies of the Franchise = 76
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Credits: Thanks to our guest, Barrett Hilton, for returning to our show. Thanks to our official sponsor, Heftel Studios, and thanks to the Dave Eaton Element for the use of Dave’s music. Thanks to Kara Brewer for her graphic designs.
Episode 13 was recorded on June 26, 2011.
OUR FIRST YEAR ARCHIVE: We have maintained our first year of rough- and amateur-sounding podcasts, which includes 12 regular episodes (such as Star Wars, The Lord of the Rings) and six BONUS episodes. Note: Our guests were very professional and impressive. These 18 shows can be found here: www.ctspodcast.blogspot.com