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July 9, 2020  

41. Monte Walsh (1970) with Jeff Mohr

We haven't had a proper western on the show yet, but that changes this week as we look at the end of the cowboy era in Monte Walsh, starring Lee Marvin and Jack Palance. The source of the movie is a bit unusual, as guest Jeff Mohr (of Gruesome Magazine) is usually a horror guy, but his love for this movie quickly becomes apparent. Listen as Rafe and Jeff talk about the end of the western era, the 2003 remake, and more!

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This week's independent podcast promo is for I Never Saw That.

July 2, 2020  

40. Warcraft (2016) with Luke Kunka

This week, guest Luke Kunka brings Warcraft to the show for discussion (if that name sounds familiar, it's because he's the brother of Alex Kunka who brought The Secret Life of Walter Mitty for a previous episode). Rafe and Luke talk about the video game adaptation and how it changed the story created through Warcraft games and novels for a big screen retelling. We also discuss the idea of fan service, and how you create moments that fans can appreciate without alienating newcomers to a franchise.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Martinis and the Macabre.

June 25, 2020  

39. The Emperor’s New Groove (2000) with Scotty Moore

We're diving into our first animated Disney feature this week with guest Scotty Moore of the BS Network. Scotty is out to set a record for the most podcast appearances and we were happy to have him on our show to add to his count. Rafe and Scotty discuss the train wreck that was the making of Kingdom of the Sun (which eventually became The Emperor's New Groove), crying at Disney films, and the documentary The Sweatbox (which can currently be found on YouTube).

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Mirths and Monsters.

June 18, 2020  

38. Blood Simple (1984) with Chris Ecklund

This week is a special episode for Rafe - not only is it a great conversation about Blood Simple, the first movie from the Coen Brothers, but the guest is one of Rafe's childhood friends. Rafe and Chris met in high school and immediately became good friends, sharing a love of movies, gaming, and video games. This week's episode reconnects them after a decade as talk about the Coen Brothers' debut film, which is an absolute must see film.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Just the Tipsters.

June 11, 2020  

37. Sharknado (2013) with Sara Newell

Summer should be a time for popcorn-blockbuster films, but with the state of the world right now the closest we're going to get are the ones we can stream, so what better time to check out 2013's Sharknado (which had a limited one-night-only theatrical release). Rafe is joined by Sara Newell to talk about the first in SyFy's shark-laden franchise. We start to lay down rules for a Sharknado drinking game, but mostly keep saying how absolutely absurd this week's choice is.

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Sara's podcast is Pup Life Ruff Life.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Ransack History.

June 3, 2020  

Intermission: #podcastblackout

With the events currently going on in the world, and particularly the United States, it doesn't feel quite appropriate to release an episode this week (especially with the silly movie scheduled next) so I'm joining in the #podcastblackout movement to stand in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter protests taking place. I encourage anyone who can to get involved in some way, but more importantly be safe and be kind. 

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May 27, 2020  

36. This Is Spinal Tap (1984) with Marc from Performance Anxiety

Last week we talked about The Beatles faux-documentary A Hard Day's Night, so what better movie to follow that up with than a mockumentary about a heavy metal band, This Is Spinal Tap. The timing of the move feels rather appropriate as well, given the recent loss of comedian Fred Willard, who appears in one of Spinal Tap's scenes. The movie is brought to us this week by Marc from the Performance Anxiety podcast. Rafe and Marc talk about the cultural impact of Spinal Tap, both in the comedy and musical worlds, and the brilliance of the leads, Christopher Guest, Harry Shearer, and Michael McKean.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for 5 and 30 with Ruk.

May 21, 2020  

35. A Hard Day’s Night (1964) with Lindsay Stamhuis

There's no denying the cultural behemoth that is The Beatles, but how many of you have actually seen their cinematic endeavors, which started in 1964 with A Hard Day's Night? Their film debut is an enduring work of art that has had a lasting effect on the movie world, including clear influences upon more contemporary rock band stories. Rafe and guest Lindsay Stamhuis talk about those influences, how A Hard Day's Night captures the personalities of the individual members of The Beatles, and even a possible Mandela Effect moment regarding one of the movie's punchlines.

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Lindsay Stamhuis talks Shakespeare on The Bicks Pod.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Bedknobs and Broomflicks.

May 13, 2020  

34. Day of the Dead (1985) with George Heftler

This week's episode is one we've been holding onto for a while - given the state of the world it just didn't feel right to watch or discuss a post-apocalyptic zombie movie. But for some reason, the timing feels right now. We can't say whether that's because of the social commentary at the heart of George Romero's Day of the Dead or because the conversation Rafe has with guest George Heftler feels appropriate right now, but regardless the timing feels right. Listen as Rafe and George talk about zombie films as social commentary, fast moving zombies vs. slow moving zombies, the legacy Romero and specifically Day of the Dead has left, and more!

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George Heftler talks horror movies on The Best Little Horror House in Philly.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Double Edged Double Bill.

May 6, 2020  

33. Harold and Maude (1971) with Brett Barnett

Happy (late) Star Wars day and happy (early) Mother's Day! This week was almost a lost episode as we were scheduled to record just as the COVID-19 pandemic broke out and locked everything down, but thankfully we managed to reconnect and make the conversation happen, and I'm certainly glad we did. Harold and Maude may be a darker comedy, but it is certainly a movie worth seeing and talking about. Rafe is joined by Brett Barnett and the two talk about life, death, the old filmmaking adage of "show, don't tell" and a movie that breaks a of storytelling expectations.

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Brett can be found on Twitter and runs the Quietly Yours podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Cutting Class.