Talking The Best Films Of The Decade With The GroupThink Podcast

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The AntiSocial Critic himself, Tyler Hummel, invited me back on the GroupThink Podcast to talk my favorite films of the decade. Of course, we had to talk about my internet shattering tweet regarding Christopher Nolan and what constitutes a visionary director. Tyler had a hand in making the tweet go viral and we recounted the epic tale of cinema lore.

You can listen to the audio below:

Now, his list is very different than mine (and shorter because I love making lists). He was a perfect host and allowed me to read my draft list, with the official one being fully published sometime in the near future. Our lists crossed over a couple of times, but I had a few that made him laugh, deservedly so. I would like to thank him for the invitation!

You can find out more about Tyler at these links:

Geeks Under Grace: Legal Insurrection: AntiSocialCritic Blog: Twitter:

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell me if there is a comic book, movie, or novel you would like me to review. While you are at it, check out my interviews on the RightNow podcast and with Stephanie Trussell. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

Did you know my new fantasy novel “The Seven Royals: All Good Things” is now available on Barnes and Noble and Amazon? You can get your e-book copy at BookLocker.

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