Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Episode 3 - 28 - 11

This week we discussed the passing of Elizabeth Taylor and reviewed several movies. We reviewed Paul, Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Roderick Rules, Limitless, Poetry, & Of Gods and Men. We also laughed a lot and had terrible impressions of famous people. Also, we talked about poop. What's new huh?

We heard music from the following films:

Flintstones - David Newman (1994)
Death Becomes Her - Alan Silvestri (1992)
The Explorers - Jerry Goldsmith (1985)
Close Encounters of the Third Kind - John Williams (1977)
Emanuelle in Bangkok - Nico Fidenco (1976)
Thief of Hearts - Harold Faltermeyer (1984)
Captain Planet (1990)


Monday, March 21, 2011

Whoops, forgot about the internet.

Hey gang,

My bad. I forgot that this blog didn't auto update itself, and that I have to come up with witty banter, post links, and format html to put these things up here. My apologies. Gonna be posting back to back podcasts from the last two weeks. If you listened to the live stream, you know what happened. If you didn't...I'm not spoiling it.


Last podcast before the Halloween Special!

Howdy folks,

This week, we reviewed the film Jackass 3D. The poops, farts, nut checks, stunts and general ridiculous activity were covered in academic criticism and praise by your two favorite hosts. We're slowly transitioning into the Halloween Special that will be next week! Can you believe it's time already? We can't. it's going to be awesome.
We also reviewed the crap fest of DVDs coming out this week and discussed the power of film scores in classic memorable films. We hear music from the following:


Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Podcast 3 - 14 - 11

This week we've got another rip roaring hilarious podcast that we guarantee you'll enjoy (or your money back!). The Gaffer and I had a tongue twisting time full of movie reviews and snarky comments. As if you'd expect anything less? We reviewed the film The Adjustment Bureau and discussed the normal weekly roundup of Hollywood offerings. Hey, did I mention we have a Facebook Page? You need to like that shit now. Seriously. Do it.

This episode originally aired on 3/14/2011


Tuesday, March 8, 2011

A bit of the west...and other stuff.

This week we started off on a sad note, talking about the loss of a local icon Bruce Walker. A true craftsman and a man who refused to stop doing what he loved and really embodied a sort of "how things were" feel. We started the show with some tracks from a classic Ennio Morricone score that I felt set the mood. Also on the western tip, we reviewed the new film Rango, and in short, we really enjoyed it. Tune in for plenty of laughs, at least we were cracking up anyway...and the regular info you come to expect outta us.


Monday, March 7, 2011

83rd Academy Awards recap podcast!

It's that time of year again. Fancy dresses, accolades, bad jokes, awkward speeches, and general predictability from Hollywood. That's not to say that it isn't at least fun to watch. The 83rd Academy Awards were Sunday night and this weeks podcast is a recap of our thoughts on the whole shebang, as well as music from previous oscar winning scores. The Gaffer and I discussed what it takes to win an Academy Award, as well as going back and pointing out examples of how the better movie isn't always the winner. You might be surprised. We hope you enjoy the show, and we apologize for our two week hiatus from the show. We're back in action, so get ready.