This week on End Credits we’ve got politics and magic! As the United States recovers from their election, we will take a look at the pop culture presidents we wish we had and the ones we’re glad we didn’t have. For the magic, we’ll be reviewing the new legacy sequel of a 90s classic about the self-described weirdos who made spells in school cool before Harry Potter.
This Wednesday, November 18, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Candice Lepage will discuss:
Fake U.S. Presidents. The election is over (for some), but U.S. politics is still big news as the transition rolls on. In the movies, there have been great presidents, there have been terrible presidents, and there have been a lot of mediocre presidents who were just pawns in their own stories, and this week, we will talk about the five best and five worst movie and TV presidents.
REVIEW: The Craft: Legacy (2020). For many people, particularly young women, The Craft was *the* movie of the 90s, a celebration of the weirdos, the outcasts, and the ones that don’t fit in to the paradigms of 90210 and Clueless. Now, 25 years later, Legacy features a new generation of witches who are ready and willing to use their powers in the cause of social justice in their high school, but can director Zoe Lister-Jones capture the (ahem) magic of the original Craft?
End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.