Jen and Tim are joined by author and podcaster R.S. Benedict to discuss one of the few films ever shot entirely in Esperanto, which is the only film ever shot entirely in Esperanto and starring William Shatner.
Tim and Jen are very excited to have animator, voice actor, and writer Bill Kopp on the show to discuss his career, especially the beloved-but-now-scarce Fox Kids show Eek! the Cat. Sorry we had to record Bill on Edison cylinder lol
For our 50th episode we go hard af on Leonard Maltin and his stupid movie guide with @MrMattJay
Thank you to all our patrons for being so patient with us! As your reward, this month’s bonus is an extra-stuffed (nearly two hour) episode about a widely reviled mondo slavery documentary. Jen and Tim are joined by T. of the great Champagne Sharks podcast and we all tackle one tough-to-watch but necessary film.
Jen welcomes special guest Julia Schiwal to discuss a wonderful Thai biopic about a trans woman who becomes a fighter in order to forge her own path.
The movie Julia recommends at the end of the show is Adam barfi (1995)
We’ve unlocked this previously patrons-only episode because abortion access in the US is arguably even more precarious now than it was in 1984, and we believe the dishonesty of media like The Silent Scream needs to be discussed today.
Jen is joined by reproductive justice activist Mellie Macker (@eponawest on Twitter) to dissect the mendacious thinking behind a notorious piece of pro-life propaganda.
Jen and Tim look at a slapdash TV movie with roots in moral panic. Oh and it was also the first feature role for Tom Hanks, wow.
Josh Lewis of the Sleazoids podcast guests to discuss evangelical nightmare propaganda The Burning Hell.
Jen and Tim talk with animal expert Emma Bowers about Roar, which stars 50 or 60 mostly wild animals and a handful of terrified humans.
Jen and Tim welcome back visionary documentary filmmaker Felix Biederman to discuss the most successful Turkish movie of 2006. No, it’s not Turkish E.T.