Space Money Octagon Presents
The Filmography Disquisition Series
Kristen Stewart: An Exhaustive Examination
The Runaways (2010)
Joan’s a hip moody teen who’s into leather jackets and rock & roll, and wants to play electric guitar. One night at club, she crosses paths with a music producer and pitches him her dream of fronting an all-women rock band. This goes over surprisingly well and all of a sudden, Joan is helping audition bandmates in a trailer. Soon, their producer has booked them a tour as an opening act… and before they know it, they’ve been signed to Mercury Records! Then they’re off to Japan for an overseas tour that is a boon to their popularity, but a strain on their relationships with each other. By the time they get back to the states, Joan can no longer play peacekeeper between singer Cherie and the rest of the band, and the they part ways. Years later, while Joan is enjoying a successful solo music career, she briefly reconnects with Cherie during a radio call in show.
Join co-hosts Vanessa and Toben on a quest that began (in Volume 1) with one of the most pressing cinematic questions of our time: what’s the best movie Blake Lively’s ever been in?
In Volume 2, Vanessa and Toben seek to determine the best Kristen Stewart movie of all time.
They will watch – in chronological order – every major motion picture featuring the actress Kristen Stewart. At the end of each episode, an updated ranking of Kristen Stewart movies will be determined using a refined academic and scientific process.
- Welcome to the Rileys
- The Twilight Saga: New Moon
- Panic Room
- The Yellow Handkerchief
- The Messengers
- The Safety of Objects
- Fierce People
- In The Land of Women
- Into The Wild
- Cold Creek Manor
- Catch That Kid
- The Cake Eaters
- What Just Happened
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (emails may be read on the show)
Music: Mozart’s Bassoon Concerto in B Flat Major, K. 191 – I. Allegro
performed by the Skidmore College Orchestra
Sound effects: https://www.freesound.org/people/Corsica_S/sounds/174771/
Intro voice performance: @iamastove
This was actually a terrible idea for a podcast