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Podcast: Revisiting The Golden Age – ‘The Invisible Man’ (1933) feat. Emilie Osborne

Revisiting The Golden Age Episode 3: “The Invisible Man” (1933) feat. Emilie Osborne

Technician writer and NC State Film Society President Emilie Osborne joins Josh to discuss James Whale’s “The Invisible Man,” one of the most famous titles from Universal’s classic monsters franchise. Emilie and Josh break down the shocking and darkly funny classic and compare it to Leigh Whannell’s timely contemporary reimagining.

Follow Emilie on Twitter (@emilielosborne) and check out her work at The Technician. In addition, if you’re an NC State student, be sure to check out NCSU’s film society meetings on Thursdays!

Follow Josh on Twitter and Letterboxd (@MartinOnMovies) and check out his work at Film Inquiry, Inside The Film Room, and Aspect: Journal of Film and Media Studies.

New episodes of “Revisiting The Golden Age” release every Tuesday and Friday, and can be found wherever podcasts are available. Don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review!


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