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Author: Mikes Pereira and Clark

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Discussions with local guests about movies and filmmaking. We’ll talk about local films, theatres, festivals, and the impact of film here in Waterloo Region. We’ll chat with local experts on broader themes like technology, art, and the cultural impact of movies. But mostly we’ll just spend time with great people, talking about something we love.
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We ask recent guest Jon Johnson about his go to movie snacks and what he thinks makes for the perfect snack and movie pairing.Follow Jon  on Twitter & InstagramCheck out Jon's websiteFollow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials.Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter.Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
Mikes Clark and Pereira talk with designer Jon Johnson to chat about practical effects, matte paintings, and why we love Guillermo del Toro!!Follow Jon  on Twitter & InstagramCheck out Jon's websiteFollow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials.Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter.Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
Mikes Clark and Pereira sit down with iconic Midtown graphic designer Jon Johnson, founder of Bearface Design and designer of the Mid-Credit Scene logo, to talk about design in the movies. We talk iconic movie posters, opening title sequences, and so much more! Plus, Jon has some great takes on movies he loves in our opening hot seat questions!Click here to see a thread with all the posters and designs we talked about. Follow Jon  on Twitter & InstagramCheck out Jon's websiteFollow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials.Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter.Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
The dream? Curate a double feature at one of our local cinemas. The challenge? Picking just two movies, and finding the perfect two to pair together. Recent guest Alex Kinsella talks about his perfect Double Feature!Follow Alex Kinsella on Twitter.Sign up for the TL;WR newsletter.Follow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials.Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter.Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
We ask recent guest Alex Kinsella about his go to movie snacks and what he thinks makes for the perfect snack and movie pairing. Follow Alex Kinsella on Twitter.Sign up for the TL;WR newsletter.Follow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials.Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter.Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
In this mini-sode, Alex Kinsella and the Mikes discuss the endurance of the Fast and the Furious Franchise and which Predator movie is the best.Follow Alex Kinsella on Twitter.Sign up for the TL;WR newsletter.Follow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials.Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter.Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
In this episode we are joined by Alex Kinsella, and discuss nostalgia. Is it a force for good, or a toxic impulse plaguing modern films? And why haven't we gotten a 9 To 5 remake yet?Follow Alex Kinsella on Twitter.Sign up for the TL;WR newsletter.Follow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials.Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter.Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
In our first episode, co-hosts Mike Pereira and Michael R. Clark get to know each other, discuss why they started a podcast, and what movies left an impression on them. Along the way they discuss the rise of streaming, the power of the rerun, and why Three Men and a Baby would never get made today.Follow Mid-Credit Scene Podcast on our socials. Follow Mike Pereira on Twitter. Follow Michael R. Clark on Twitter and Instagram.Logo design by Bearface Design.Theme music is The Show Must Be Go by Kevin MacLeod.Mid-Credit Scene is proudly broadcast on Midtown Radio.
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