End Credits Show Notes for Wednesday August 31, 2022 (Episode #261)

This week on End Credits, we’re back! We barely made it out our summer camp excursion, but it’s right out of the frying pan and into the fire considering the first movie back is about a monster from space. So this week we’re reviewing the new movie Prey on Disney+, and to take our nerves down a notch, we’re going to talk about some of the different movies coming this fall.

This Wednesday, August 31, at 3 pm, Adam A. Donaldson and Peter Salmon will discuss:

Better Call Fall. It may be the last week of (unofficial) summer, but this week, we’re already looking ahead to the fall. Traditionally, it’s a time when movie studios and streamers start rolling out the award-ready movies, but fall brings a lot of different movies to our various screens, from blockbusters to the art house and everything in-between. We will look ahead to some our most anticipated picks, from a murder mystery to two different films about the same puppet.

REVIEW: Prey (2022). The setting is 1719 in the Great Plains of North America, and Comanche warriors hunt to feed the tribe and protect it from area predators like bears and mountain lions. Enter a very different kind of hunter. One from the sky. Prey is the fifth movie in the Predator series (seventh if you count the Alien Vs Predator films), but it does something entirely different by focusing on one Comanche woman who has to outwit, outplay and outlast the Predator in an 18th century battle of wills. So is Prey an answer to our prayers for a good Predator movie?

End Credits is on CFRU 93.3 fm and cfru.ca Wednesday at 3 pm.

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