Sundance 2022 Megapod!

A rundown of all things good (and bad) from this year's Sundance Film Festival.

by Nick Kush

For a brief moment, Sundance 2022 looked like it was going to function as a return to in-person festival moviegoing for the entire industry. Naturally, nature had other plans in store, so the entire festival had to move online for a second straight year. However, the festival still had plenty of great films to offer as part of its slate, with plenty still looking for distribution as the festivities were set into motion.

On this episode of The MovieBabble Podcast, I’m joined by Spencer Henderson as we talk through the highs and lows of our personal festival viewing experiences. To aid in the discussion, we came up with a few categories, including the Most “Sundance” Movie, the Biggest WTF Movie, our Most/Least Favorites, and much more!

Listen below:

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Listen to the last few episodes of The MovieBabble Podcast:

Episode 132: What the BAFTA: Our Reactions!

Episode 131: Scream and The Tragedy of Macbeth

Episode 130: Our Most Anticipated Films of 2022

Episode 129: 2021 in Review

Episode 128: Spider-Man: No Way HomeNightmare Alley, and Schrödinger’s Box Office


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