Thursday, February 24, 2011


Featuring Richard Boddington, the director of Dark Reprieve and The Dogfather

Considering the Sequels is a monthly film podcast that examines the merits and weaknesses of specific movie franchises. But this BONUS episode varies from our usual format and gives us the opportunity to discuss the job description of a director and the industry phrase “execution dependent,” while comparing and contrasting “The Cave” and “The Descent.” Right-click the title of this post to download this episode free.

Your hosts are Andy Howell, Karl Huddleston and Jason Pyles. Download this episode to find out how many dogs starred in the lead, canine role for “The Dogfather.”


I. Introduction (01:05)

II. The Role of the Director and Working in the Film Industry (03:57)

— A brief message about this episode’s sponsor, the Dave Eaton Element (41:13)

III. The Industry Term “Execution Dependent” (42:42)

IV. The Cave vs. The Descent (1:03:48)

Wrap-Up / End Credits (1:39:10)

End Time (1:41:05)

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Thanks to our official sponsor, Heftel Studios, and thanks to the Dave Eaton Element — the sponsor of this bonus episode — for the use of Dave’s music. Thanks to our guest, director Richard Boddington, for appearing on the show. View his trailer for his new film, “The Dogfather,” here. This film can be purchased at here. Thanks to Kara Brewer for her graphic designs and Bill Barnes for his concept art.

This bonus episode was recorded on December 28, 2010.

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