Contra Zoom Pod Episode 263: Make/Remake The Wages of Fear and Sorcerer

Make/Remake examines how two films that share the same story. Not to say what film was better or worse, but how they are similar and different while following the same arcs. This time we are looking at the 1953 Henri-Georges Clouzot film ⁠The Wages of Fear⁠ and the 1977 William Friedkin film ⁠Sorcerer⁠. Check out our past ⁠Make/Remake⁠‘s for more great comparison episodes and see the ⁠Letterboxd⁠ list.

Listen to ⁠Drink In The Movies⁠ and visit their website to read Taylor’s ⁠reviews⁠. Follow Taylor on ⁠Twitter⁠ and ⁠Letterboxd⁠.

Read Jay Stryker’s review of ⁠Napoleon⁠ and Brodie Cotnam’s review of ⁠Total Trust⁠ over on Contra Zoom.

Follow our new critics group, the Cascadian Film and Television Critics Association on ⁠Instagram⁠, ⁠Twitter⁠ and see our nominees for ⁠Best Cascadian Film⁠.

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Thank you Eric and Kevin Smale for the original theme songs, Jimere for the interlude music and Stephanie Prior for designing the logo.

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