BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions - PODCAST #5 now online!

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BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions 05 - Loin Like A Hunting Flame

In this feature length fifth episode of the Millennium Group Sessions, Troy and Jim take a closer look at the season one classic, "Loin Like A Hunting Flame". There is an interview with the charismatic Michael Buie, guest star/victim for the episode who talks to the team about his work on Millennium, his roles along side Burt Reynolds and Russell Crowe - plus his experience with.. corpses! There is an indepth analysis of the episode with crime writer MR Sellars and a whole host of news, information and chatter with your hosts Troy and Jim!

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3 Responses to "BacktoFrankBlack: Millennium Group Sessions - PODCAST #5 now online!"

Jósef K. said... July 5, 2009 at 4:57 PM

Great podcast, as always.

Never apologize for length, if anything, that's better. More details and more depth.

And I really never thought this thoroughly to the behavior of the spree killer. Very interesting and insightful.

But, the killer, it doesn't seem that too far from destroying the credibility. I could see the rave scene as being a relative safe way for him to lure his victims. While his wife is the trigger, his new found pleasure has escalated into doing things on the fly. It's dangerous and exciting. He's peeping tom, pretends to be a cop and still is able to seduce the girls. And maybe he can't help himself, sees the couple in the pharmacy and it's an opportunity. And while he was quite lucky that he was able to seduce them into this scheme of his. All this has messed him up and thus gets sloppy, goes on a whim and leaves his victims and goes for his wife.

But obviously, looking at it the TV way. It would have been boring to have him stalk his victims the same way. How many raves can there be? They have to up the ante and sex it up to attract viewers.

I haven't watched the episode for a while. But I somehow got the impression that she didn't like their honeymoon sex and never pursued him about take two. And then it's just morphs into being "normal". But, yeah, overall the wife reacts are strange and maybe off....

I don't want to ramble on and on on something I haven't even recently watched.

So I hope you get the drift, if this makes any sense to anyone.

Cheers from Iceland!
- Jósef

Benedict Angel said... July 6, 2009 at 4:22 AM

Listening now. Loving the episode discussion - looking forward to the interview at the end!

Spooktalklaura said... July 7, 2009 at 8:25 PM

Hey Guys,

Really enjoyed the podcast all way around! Very enjoyable discussion and interview.

Murv was a great treat as always and Michael Buie was a joy to listen to. Great job.!

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