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March 25, 2020  

27. Labyrinth (1986) with Emily Slade

Labyrinth is a film that has been maligned on several episodes of the podcast thus far, so it's about time someone came on the show to defend it. That "someone" is Emily Slade, who provides one of our most entertaining episodes to date. Rafe and Emily discuss his previous remarks about Jennifer Connelly's acting in Labyrinth, investigate the relationship her character, Sarah, has with the different denizens of the puzzle (including David Bowie's Jareth), and explore more aspects of the movie than you probably thought were even possible. A definite must-listen-to episode!

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This week's independent podcast promo is for AnxZenity.

Emily Slade is the host of the podcast Why This Film? 

March 18, 2020  

26. John Wick (2014) with Millan Singh

This week we look at the most contemporary film to come to Have Not Seen This: John Wick. Believe it or not, however, it is a movie Rafe had not seen until preparing for this episode. Listen to Rafe and guest Millan Singh (SpyFy After Dark) talk about the amazing action sequences and Keanu Reeves' as an actor, before digging deeper into the world created for the movie and the idea of "honor among thieves."

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Killer Jobs.

Millan Singh is the host of the podcast SpyFy After Dark. Also check out SpyFy After Dark on YouTube.

March 11, 2020  

25. The Matrix (1999) with Yagami

We go down the rabbit hole this week for The Matrix, a movie that has been a long time coming for Rafe to discuss on a podcast. Our guest is Yagami, who brings an amazing passion about movies and a very unique perspective as someone in a developing country. Rafe and Yagami discuss movie theaters, the 3D film phenomenon, philosophy, anime films, and (of course) The Matrix. It's an excellent episode that is destined to be one of our "Best of" episodes.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for FriGay the 13th Horror Podcast.

Yagami has a YouTube channel and streams on Twitch.

March 5, 2020  

24. One Crazy Summer (1986) with Michael Copeland

Back in episode 5, Rafe mentioned that his onscreen avatar tended to be John Cusack, who often played roles that Rafe connected with deeply. Knowing that, it's a bit surprising to discover he had not seen One Crazy Summer, a young Cusack coming-of-age movie that probably would have connected well with Rafe at the time. How well does he connect with it now? Join Rafe and guest Michael Copeland as they reflect upon their own school experiences (including Rafe's time as a teacher) as they look at this gag-filled comedy from 1986.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Heist Podcast.

February 26, 2020  

23. Strange Days (1995) with Matt Slayer

This week's movie was a surprising beast to track down in order to watch - something Rafe talks about in the intro and in the interview with this week's guest, Matt Slayer. Matt brought 1995's Strange Days to the show, a movie Rafe loves due to Ralph Fiennes' awesome performance, although it had been a while since he last saw the movie. Matt and Rafe talk about the range of movies Fiennes took on after Schindler's List, an equally wide spectrum of movies for Angela Basset around the same time, and how frighteningly predictive Strange Days has become, even if it didn't touch upon the infamous Y2K concerns that came just five years after the film came out.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for The Fellowship of the Geeks.

Matt Slayer is the host of And Now We Drink. You can also find his show on Twitter.

February 19, 2020  

22. Hot Rod (2007) with Garret from Garret Talks To Himself

If you've watched Saturday Night Live since the turn of the century, most likely you're aware of Lonely Island, a trio of comedians who have gone on to make quite the name for themselves beyond the halls of SNL with their digital shorts and feature films. Their first film was Hot Rod, an absurd 2007 comedy about the world's worst stuntman. This week, Rafe is joined by guest Garret, from Garret Talks To Himself, to talk about the movie, the perception of SNL's "golden age," and just how weird absurdist comedy can be, even when it's inspired by real life.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for The Rise of King Asilas.

Garret is the host of Garret Talks To Himself. You can also find him and his show on Twitter.

February 12, 2020  

21. The Princess Bride (1986) with Kate Wallinga

You know the story and its lines: "As you wish," "My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father. Prepare to die." But I would bet you don't look at The Princess Bride the same way as this week's guest, Kate Wallinga. Listen as Kate and Rafe dig into this classic fairy tale movie, discuss being introduced to movies via network television, and consider that a strong female figure doesn't always mean a feminist character.

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This week's independent podcast promo is for Seeing Red.

Kate Wallinga is the host of the Ignorance Was Bliss podcast, and co-host of LifeWorld.

February 5, 2020  

20. A Clockwork Orange (1971) with Johanna from Fresh Hell

Most people know some of the iconic images from Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange, but how many people have actually seen the film? This week Rafe and Johanna from the Fresh Hell podcast dive into the movie to talk about aspects both familiar and foreign for those who only know those iconic shots. We discuss how the violence and depiction of women make the film rather unfriendly for a female audience, draw parallels between the film's Ludovico technique and contemporary programs like "Pray Away the Gay," and try to determine just what Kubrick was trying to say with this disturbing, yet masterful, picture.

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Johanna is a co-host on the Fresh Hell podcast.

January 29, 2020  

19. Midnight Run (1988) with Aram Martinez

We've previously looked at Robert De Niro in The Mission, but most people think of De Niro as a tough guy, playing gangsters and brutes. Midnight Run was the movie that really changed that for the actor, opening the door into the world of comedy. This week Rafe looks at the '80s action-comedy, brought to the show by comedian/actor Aram Martinez, and Rafe may never quite look at De Niro the same way again.

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Aram Martinez can be found on Twitter and Instagram.

January 22, 2020  

18. The Rules of Attraction (2002) with Sean Abraham Preston

When The Rules of Attraction hit theaters in 2002, it was branded as a teen comedy, no doubt to capitalize on the success of stars like James Van Der Beek and Jessica Biel. The marketing couldn't have been more wrong. This is a dark film, but one that guest Sean Abraham Preston feels like not enough people have seen. We talk about why such a dark movie appealed to Sean, the nihilistic world of Bret Easton Ellis, and creating a life in Hollywood in this episode.

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Sean Preston's portfolio and podcast, Friends of the Friend can be found on his website