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Aug 22, 2014

It's Rom-Chron time on Another Kind of Distance! Elise Moore and David Fiore confront the ecstasies and the banalities of quixotic, tick-tockic love amongst the comfortable classes.

On the menu this week: a glimpse of the ways in which the amnesia narrative and the time travel narrative proper become virtually...

Aug 14, 2014

This time out, Elise Moore and David Fiore explore the heartbreak of chrono displacement syndrome. Perhaps because their parents watched too many time travel movies during the gestation period, each of our wayfarers are genetically predisposed to kick against the ticks of the clock - although they do so in spectacularly...

Aug 13, 2014

In this week's episode, Elise Moore and David Fiore journey back to genre basics with a pair of O.G. time machine movies - both of which feature the orginal time machine itself.

We're speaking, of course, of H.G. Wells' eponymous chrono contraption from the great science fictioneer's 1895 novel. 

We begin with George...

Aug 8, 2014

This time out, Elise Moore and David Fiore set forth to explore the interior distances within the human psyche. Along the way, we question the proprietary nature of memory and gesture toward a theory of romantic stoicism. 

First up is Francis Ford Coppola's wistful PEGGY SUE GOT MARRIED, starring Kathleen Turner, a...

Aug 4, 2014


This episode sounds a bit "hollow", as we tried to record it with a fan on and then removed the noise in edits. Think of it as a communique from the liminal realm beyond the 4th dimension. 

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We begin in a state of heated passion, with a pair of meditations on love, artistic...