This week, Brent and Adam are joined by friend and Sticker Fridge buddy John Casares to talk Spielberg’s 1977 ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’. We talk about the iconic John Williams score, early examples of Spielberg’s eye for visual storytelling, and how terrible a father Richard Dreyfuss’ character is in this movie. Thanks for listening, and share with your friends!
*QUICK NOTE ABOUT THE SOUND ISSUES*
There are some substantial differences in mic volumes in this episode that we tried incredibly hard to fix, but unfortunately couldn’t improve. Hopefully you still give it a shot because it’s a great episode, but WE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR BLOWING OUT YOUR EARDRUMS, WE LOVE U K BYE
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