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Filmstalker EIFF 2009 Roundup: Episode 12: Antichrist

Microphone.jpgThe twelfth in the series of Filmstalker EIFF 2009 Roundup audiocasts has myself, Stuart and Jonathan discussing the controversial but beautifully filmed Antichrist from Lars von Trier.

Antichrist has been receiving a lot of criticism and courting controversy for a number of scenes, scenes which we do discuss in this film so please be aware of the explicit language contained in this episode. However that's not the real problem with the film, and we get to that too.

If you haven't been following this series of audiocasts, then you can catch up by starting with Episode 1: Introduction and take it from there, or see the entire list on the Filmstalker Audiocast page.

You can also follow the Filmstalker audiocasts, which are going to continue from this EIFF special, through the Audiocast only RSS feed or directly on iTunes.

After this episode we'll start talking about the worst films of the Festival, and we begin with Dario Argento's disappointing Giallo which Stuart saw, and perhaps wishes he hadn't.

In the meantime, here's the twelfth in the series where myself, Stuart Wood, from Cinemablend, and Jonathan Melville from itsonitsgone debate Antichrist, and again be warned that this contains explicit language. In other words we're rather descriptive when discussing some of the more controversial scenes in the film.

Enjoy. We did.



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