Episode 110. Fight or Flight: Final Destination (2000)

Andrea and Alex evoke the spectre of Death in their analysis of James Wong’s turn of the century ode to vibes. From risk society to the abject, Final Destination has a plan for everyone. 
 
 
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REQUIRED READING

Final Destination. Dir. James Wong, 2000. 
 

EXTRA CREDIT

An Experiment with Time. J.W. Dunne’s exploration of pre-cognitivism and serialism as it relates to our experience of time. 
 
The Society of the Spectacle. Guy Debord’s Marxist analysis of how representation of events has become a unifying human experience to our detriment. 
 
Santa Muerte. An article on the controversial Mexican saint of the disenfranchised.
 
Risk Society. A summary of Anthony Giddens’ fourth chapter of Modernity and Self Identity (1991).
 

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2 thoughts on “Episode 110. Fight or Flight: Final Destination (2000)

  1. Cynthia says:

    This episode made me feel like a child watching her parents trying to keep it together in face of their pending divorce.

  2. Eric Rae says:

    This was a great episode, as always, but I’m SO STOKED ABOUT THE NEXT ONE!

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