WGTC Radio #23 – Discussing the Lord of the Rings Film Trilogy

It’s time for another installment of WGTC Radio, the official podcast of We Got This Covered. Remember to subscribe for free in iTunes by following this link!

With The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey arriving in theatres on December 14th, Sean Chapman and I continue our trek through the lands of Middle Earth by diving into the Lord of the Rings film trilogy. These are my favorite films of all time, and among Sean’s favorites, so we have plenty to say, our exhaustive discussion covering everything from the production and adaptation process to an in-depth breakdown of each major character. It’s a fun, lively, and insightful look back at a true cinematic phenomenon, and reminds us why The Hobbit is such an exciting prospect!

Enjoy the show, and come back next week for a full audio commentary on the 1977 Rankin Bass animated Hobbit movie. Find a copy of this children’s classic if you haven’t already, and get ready for our full commentary next week!

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Jonathan R. Lack

With ten years of experience writing about movies and television, including an ongoing weekly column in The Denver Post's YourHub section, Jonathan R. Lack is a passionate voice in the field of film criticism. Writing is his favorite hobby, closely followed by watching movies and TV (which makes this his ideal gig), and is working on his first film-focused book.