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April 20, 2021  

SPECIAL: Oscar Predictions 2021 with Thomas Mariani, Emily Slade, and Mel Gore

We're carrying on a tradition from the old podcast this year, as a panel of movie experts gather around their microphones to discuss this year's Oscar nominees and make their predictions. Join Rafe along with Thomas Mariani, Emily Slade, and Mel Gore as they discuss their problems with Mank, their love of Promising Young Woman, and their predictions about who will be taking home an Oscar at this coming weekend's festivities.

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April 8, 2021  

68. The Jacket (2005) with Adam Thomas

Once upon a time Rafe and this week's returning guest, Adam Thomas, were setting themselves up to be Internet nemeses. Instead, they get together a second time to talk movies. This time it's the 2005 Adrien Brody/Kiera Knightly film The Jacket, a movie Rafe encourages everyone to check out. They discuss time travel in movies, good and bad American accents in film, the Bootstrap paradox, buying in to a movie wholesale, and more!

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Adam Thomas is half of the Double Edged Double Bill podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Southern Gothic.

April 1, 2021  

67. The Karate Kid (1984) with Brian Doucette

It's would have been hard to imagine in 1984 the lasting legacy The Karate Kid would have. With three sequels, a remake, and the more recent revisit to the characters thanks to Cobra Kai, Daniel LaRusso and Mr. Miyagi's influence is undeniable, but that influence goes beyond the continuing story. Rafe and guest Brian Doucette discuss the personal effect the film has had on them over time, Brian's path through martial arts, and about a dozen other entertaining tangents. 

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Find out more about Brian, including his podcast, at Every Day Martial Artist.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Oh No! Lit Class.

March 25, 2021  

66. The Devil’s Rejects (2005) with Josh Evans

We dive back into horror this week with a movie Rafe had to vet before agreeing to cover on the show: Rob Zombie's The Devil's Rejects. The conversation comes from Josh Evans and Rafe and Josh talk about the evolution of Zombie as a filmmaker, films with despicable protagonists, and a few of Josh's suprising "Have Not Seen This" movies.

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Josh Evans is co-host of The Content Clearinghouse

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This week's independent podcast promo is for A Few Bad Apples.

March 18, 2021  

65. Relatos Salvajes (Wild Tales) (2014) with James Rodrigues

James Rodrigues returns with another gem of a movie this week - Relatos Salvajes, aka Wild Tales, an anthology foreign film about Revenge... or is it Justice? Rafe and James debate the movie's themes, combine David Lynch and Pokémon, and discuss that one-inch barrier of subtitles when it comes to film.

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James Rodrigues can be found on Twitter and Letterboxd. You can also find his writing at The Reviewing Rodders and Fly Fidelity.

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March 4, 2021  

64. Finding Nemo (2003) with Arch from The Lucky Die

We are joined this week by the fourth member of The Lucky Die podcast and he's picked a fantastic movie to discuss: Finding Nemo. Rafe and Arch talk about their own father-son relationships, the pedigree of the cast Disney/Pixar manages to get, the musical adaptation of this non-musical movie for the Disney parks, and more!

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Arch is part of The Lucky Die podcast.

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February 11, 2021  

63. Amazing Grace and Chuck (1987) with Harvey Laguerre

Sometimes guests pick a movie you love, sometimes they pick a movie you've never heard of, and sometimes they pick a movie you haven't thought of in several decades. This week's film is solidly in that last category. Join Rafe and guest Harvey as they talk about nuclear disarmament in this little-known '80s flick about a young baseball player and a professional basketball player taking on the global nuclear threat of the Cold War.

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Harvey Laguerre is half of the Love is Black podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Crispy Pickles.

January 27, 2021  

62. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) with Mal Foster

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is one of those movies that Rafe goes absolutely ga-ga over when a guest brings it up. The movie is brought to the show this week by Mal Foster and the two discuss whether the relationship in the movie is healthy or toxic, where they were with their own relationship statuses when they first saw the movie, and the vast supporting cast of a movie best known for its two stars.

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Mal Foster can be found on Dimed Out and on Twitter at @iammalfoster

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Murder Was the Case.

January 20, 2021  

61. Being There (1979) with Ron Telsch

Rafe's dad returns to the podcast with a political satire just in time for inauguration day. If you only know Peter Sellers from the Pink Panther movies and Doctor Strangelove, you owe it to yourself to check out Being There, the story of a simple man who is confused for someone far more complex. Rafe and his dad, Ron Telsch, talk about how the political satire of the late '70s still holds a mirror up to today's political system, Sellers and MacClaine's astounding performances, and how "Life is a state of mind."

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Pod-Full of Sunshine.

January 14, 2021  

60. Stardust (2007) with Eyþór from The Lucky Die

We're kicking off 2021 with a fantastic "Have Not Seen This" type movie: Stardust, brought to the show by the third member of The Lucky Die podcast to join us: Eyþór. We talk about swashbuckling pirates (including Robert De Niro), scheming princes, malevolent witches, and debate whether the power of love should be enough to conquer all evil.

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Eyþór can be found on The Lucky Die podcast.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Murder City Pod.

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