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Through the Predator’s Eyes, Talking to ‘Predator: A Memoir, a Movie, an Obsession’ Author Ander Monson – AvP Galaxy Podcast #157

We have just uploaded the 157th episode of the Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast (right-click and save as to download)! In this episode Corporal Hicks and RidgeTop are joined by Ander Monson, the author of Predator: A Memoir, a Movie, an Obsession, a half memoir told through the lenses of Predator, and a critical analyze of Predator.

 Through the Predator's Eyes, Talking to 'Predator: A Memoir, a Movie, an Obsession' Author Ander Monson - AvP Galaxy Podcast #157

We discuss revisiting things you loved when you were younger, the contradictory nature of Predator’s subtext and what the audience reads of the text, and plenty more!

Predator: A Memoir, a Movie, an Obsession is out and currently available to purchase on Amazon (UK/US).

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  1. RidgeTop
    Quote from: Corporal Hicks on Dec 12, 2022, 08:39:47 PMhttps://www.avpgalaxy.net/2022/12/12/through-the-predators-eyes-talking-to-predator-a-memoir-a-movie-an-obsession-author-ander-monson-avp-galaxy-podcast-157/

    Podcast chat is up!

    Really enjoyed this conversation! A non-fiction book isn't something we get to do very often, and I found this one pretty intriguing. Yeah it can get pretty into US cultural politics at times, but I personally found it to be asking questions and exploring in this regard more so than making preachy statements. 
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