EST. 2015

Coming Soon

 

Diminishing Returns is a movie podcast about sequels, prequels, spin-offs and reboots hosted by Christopher Scott and Allen Johnston.

Each episode will explore the highs and lows of a film franchise separating the Godfather Part II’s from the… eh! Godfather Part III’s of the cinema world.

Coming Soon

The podcast finally launches this month after a delayed production schedule. The final script punch ups are in and reshoots have been completed.

The series trailer has just dropped on iTunes. It can also be found on the Libsyn player here.

Show Notes:

In the trailer you’ll hear The Diminishing Fanfare which is the show’s regular theme music, written and performed by Allen Johnston.

Along with some audio clips from the upcoming Dirty Harry: The Dead Pool, Grease 2 and Basic Instinct 2 episodes.

The second music cue is from the Vestron Video production logo, with additional production from Allen.

It also features audio from the trailers for Grease 2 (1980) and  The Dead Pool (1988)

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Feature Presentation:

Episode 1 of Diminishing Returns is slated for release in the final week of June and will cover our round up of the Dirty Harry franchise and examine Clint Eastwood’s final outing as the character in 1988’s The Dead Pool, not to be confused with Marvel Studios’ 2016 release Deadpool, starring Ryan Reynolds.

Our logo was designed by Dave Turbitt of Dave Turbitt Designs.

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Copyright Information:

  • Grease 2            – Copyright Holder: Paramount Pictures.
  • Vestron Video – Copyright Holder: Lionsgate Home Entertainment.
  • The Dead Pool – Copyright Holder: Warner Bros Pictures.

Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for “fair use” for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

All clips are used under Fair Use for the purposes of criticism and are not intended to diminish the original works or limit the ability of the copyright owners to market or sell their product.

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