Sean Morris joins Jen and Tim to discuss a favorite forgotten comedy, Livin’ Large, which prefigured “Marxist propaganda” film Sorry To Bother You! We make the connections and also ramble about symptoms of dystopia like SoundCloud rappers.
Jen and Tim are honored to speak with martial arts cinema legend Cynthia Rothrock! Among many other things, Cynthia talks about the pitfalls of acting with non-sync sound, meeting with A-list directors, and taking her career into the 21st century on YouTube.
Jen welcomes Mike Rosen to discuss a traumatic event from his childhood: an ill-fated animated feature directed by Richard Williams.
Will Menaker blesses us with his presence to discuss Francesco, a biopic of St. Francis of Assisi starring…Mickey Rourke?!
Jen and Tim pick apart King Vidor’s demented vision of Ayn Rand’s equally demented The Fountainhead.
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The Medium article that kicked off the discussion, James Bridle’s “Something is Wrong on the Internet”
Matt Christman returns to talk about that disease unique to the 90s, the Tarantino ripoff! We discuss Killing Zoe and Love and a .45, and briefly touch on oddball pics like The Immortals and the inexplicably beloved Boondock Saints.
Put on your mirrored shades! Jen and Tim welcome back Will Menaker to talk over the often-unfairly-maligned Cruising!
Jen and Tim are joined by writer K. Thor Jensen to discuss a true example of outsider filmmaking, Wonder Boy. It turns out that Uwe Boll is only the second worst video-game-based film director currently living.
K. Thor Jensen’s article on Wonder Boy, which includes a link to the…well, it’s barely a movie: Wonder Boy is the Most Bizarre Video Game Movie Ever Made
Jen and Tim welcome cartoonist and cultural commentator Matthew Hurwitz (dangerburger.com) to discuss internet phenomenon Lasagna Cat! Yes, Jen watched all five hours of the Lasagna Cat sex survey!
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