Out Now 408: The Vast Of Night


This week's Out Now with Aaron and Abe is receiving a signal… from the skies! Aaron and Battleship Pretension’s David Bax discuss The Vast of Night, the directorial debut of Andrew Patterson. The guys discuss the strength of this directorial debut and what it is about this 50s-set sci-fi flick that speaks well to what independent features are capable of. Following some listener feedback, the group also discusses streaming services, which ones cater to what aspects of media, smaller services deserving a shout out, and the best way to allocate funds in regards to which services would serve best for folks. So now, if you've got an hour or so to kill...

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