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Discover the treasures of international cinema through the analytical lens of two media industry professionals from Finland, Karri Ojala and Henrik Telkki.

What sets this podcast apart is its straight-forward Finnish spirit, the varied guests from around the globe, whether industry professionals or fascinating people from the film's target country. Gain unique insights, knowledge and surprising looking glasses from the world of film.

New episodes biweekly.

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Dec 26, 2019

It's time for 007 vs. 006. Join The Flick Lab for the in-depth analysis of GoldenEye, Pierce Brosnan's debut as James Bond in 1995. Our guests are Matt Spaiser from The Suits of James Bond and Tom Frankland the Bond expert.

This episode is part of The Flick Lab's 'James Bond Marathon', where one Bond episode will be...

Dec 19, 2019

Karri and Henrik delve into horrifying war imagery just in time for Christmas. After all, Yuletide is all about family ties, and so is the Soviet film Come and See. Here, a 15-year old Flyora experiences the harrowing consequences of WWII. Come and See has been on countless lists as one of the best or the best war...

Dec 12, 2019

The box that opens the doors of hell has returned. Karri and Henrik go after a film that they're quite familiar with - Hellbound: Hellraiser II, the successful sequel to the original Clive Barker's Hellraiser. Kirsty is haunted again by hell's adjutants, the Cenobites. Was a sequel warranted?

Hellbound: Hellraiser II...

Dec 6, 2019

To coincide with the Finnish Independence Day, The Flick Lab analyses the most well-known Finnish film inside Finland - The Unknown Soldier (Tuntematon sotilas). It's an adaptation of Väinö Linna's novel regarding the Finnish Continuation War against the Soviet Union. In the film, we follow a group of...

Nov 28, 2019

In Licence to Kill, the James Bond franchise attempted to somewhat reinvent itself. After over a decade of light-hearted Roger Moore Bond films, it was time to get back to the source material and make Bond more gritty with Timothy Dalton.

Is Licence to Kill's Bond simply a cold-hearted killer, or is this a welcome...