The Fincher Takes It All
A limited series podcast reflecting on and celebrating the filmography of director David Fincher ahead of the release of his next film, Mank.
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Reflections And Rankings With Tom Percival
2021 Feb 06
1h 24m 27s
Hello and welcome back to The Fincher Takes It All, a limited series podcast which celebrates and reflects on the filmography of director David Fincher.
Mank With Nev Pierce
2020 Dec 09
1h 14m 27s
Film journalist and filmmaker Nev Pierce joins me to discuss Mank, David Fincher’s latest film which is now available to watch on Netflix and in select cinemas.
Gone Girl With Clarisse Loughrey
2020 Nov 30
1h 4m 3s
Film journalist Clarisse Loughrey joins me to discuss Gone Girl, David Fincher’s adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel.
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo With Amy West
2020 Nov 24
1h 3m 26s
Film and tv journalist Amy West joins me to discuss The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, David Fincher’s adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s novel.
The Social Network With Cameron Frew
2020 Nov 21
Film journalist Cameron Frew joins me to discuss David Fincher’s movie The Social Network, a film often hailed as one of the best of the past decade.
The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button With Maria Lattila
2020 Nov 18
Film journalist Maria Lattila joins me to discuss David Fincher’s fantasy epic The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, arguably his most divisive movie to date.
Zodiac With Freda Cooper
2020 Nov 14
I am joined by film journalist and broadcaster Freda Cooper to discuss David Fincher’s 2007 thriller Zodiac.
David Fincher's Music Videos With Sarah Cook
2020 Nov 10
Today I am joined by film journalist and filmmaker Sarah Cook for a very special bonus episode looking at Fincher’s career directing music videos.
Panic Room With Tom Beasley
2020 Nov 06
Film journalist and podcast extraordinaire Tom Beasley joins me to discuss David Fincher’s 2002 thriller Panic Room.
Fight Club With Dan Jolin
2020 Nov 03
1h 30m 6s
Film journalist Dan Jolin joins me to discuss David Fincher’s iconic 1999 movie Fight Club. Yes, we are breaking the first two rules.