*Bonus: Commentary Track! – “Never Say Never Again” (1983)*

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*Movie commentary track starts around 5:42, followed by discussion (and post-credit bloopers) at 2:19:45. (Movie runtime: 2 hours, 14 minutes). You can download the track here.*

In this “special” bonus episode of Podcasters Assemble, Erik, Kory, Chris, Justin, and Meghan *attempt to* record a virtual commentary track for Sean Connery’s final (unofficial) Bond film, 1983’s “Never Say Never Again”, directed by Irvin Kershner (The Empire Strikes Back), based on Ian Fleming’s 8th Bond novel, “Thunderball” (1961).

Will the podcasters make it through the movie? Why did the producers decide to remake “Thunderball” with the same actor 20 years later? What does heroin, scuba diving with killer sharks, and high-stakes video game tournaments have to do with SPECTRE’s plans? Watch along with us to find out!

Starring Sean Connery returning as James Bond / 007, Kim Basinger as Domino, Klaus Maria Brandauer as Largo, Barbara Carrera as Fatima Blush, Bernie Casey as Felix Leiter, Edward Fox as M, Alec McCowen as Q, Rowan Atkinson as Nigel Small-Fawcett(?!), and Max von Sydow as Blofeld! 

Note: This commentary was recorded using the version of the film with the Orion logos, some versions of the movie open with the MGM logo for some weird and convoluted reason.

Unfortunately, due to some issues with streaming lag, there are parts of the commentary that don’t directly line up with the movie, but we’ve done our best to edit around these, so don’t panic if it un-syncs slightly here and there. We’ve included bits of audio from the movie throughout so that listeners can follow along without the movie as well.

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(Episode edited by Erik Slader)

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Erik Slader

Erik Slader is the creator of “Epik Fails of History” a blog (and podcast) about the most epic fails… of history. With Ben Thompson, Erik is the co-author of the Epic Fails middle grade book series, including The Wright Brothers: Nose-Diving Into History and The Race to Space: Countdown to Liftoff. His latest book, “2299” is a sci-fi / noir novella. Erik is also an editor on Podcasters Assemble and a co-host on 2 Young 4 This Trek, as well as a contributor to Geek to Geek Media and ComicZombie.net! He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Digital Media, once managed a comic book shop, has a weakness for fancy coffee as well as retro video games, and currently lives in Green Cove Springs, Florida with too many cats.

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