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The Suicide Squad Podcast Review

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Sordid Cinema Podcast #595: The Suicide Squad— an Exuberant, Bloody, and hilariously Superhero Romp

The Suicide Squad Podcast Review

This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast, we discuss James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad, a movie that’s not only edgy, sharp, and funny but directed with so much style and verve, it’s one of the most entertaining comic book movies ever made. With The Suicide Squad, Gunn shows that there are ways to keep things edgy while offering enough humor and action to reach a wide audience and unlike most blockbusters, everyone here is a huge fan including Patrick Murphy, who usually dislikes superhero films. In fact, we are such big fans, we all watched the movie twice this week and we’re to tell you who our favourite characters are and explain why The Suicide Squad stands on its own in a way superhero movies often don’t. All this and more!

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Some people take my heart, others take my shoes, and some take me home. I write, I blog, I podcast, I edit, and I design websites. Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Goomba Stomp and Tilt Magazine. Host of the Sordid Cinema Podcast and NXpress Nintendo Podcast. Former Editor-In-Chief of Sound On Sight, and host of several podcasts including the Game of Thrones and Walking Dead podcasts, as well as Sound On Sight. There is nothing I like more than basketball, travelling, and animals. You can find me online writing about anime, TV, movies, games and so much more.

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