Archive for May 2015
Lee flies solo again this week, covering the films "Lone Wolf McQuade" (1983), "Flesh Gordon" (1974), "Flesh Gordon 2" (1990), and he also give his thoughts on the half-hour YouTube sensation from this past week, "Kung Fury" (2015). He also responds to a listener comment and gives a preview of what's coming up when we resume the Sex Comedy series later this month.
Featured music: "Skull and Shark" by LazerHawk.
Lee returns again this week, flying solo, with a brief podcast. Covered this week: Listener comments, a reading of two film reviews from Lee's old blog ("The Bleeding" (2009) & "Terror Trap" (2010)), some brief thoughts on "Mad Max: Fury Road", and a request to our viewers for some specific feedback.
Featured Music: "Let's All Go to the Lobby" by Jack K. Tillar.
We interrupt our regularly scheduled podcast with this short solocast by Lee. This is just a bit of a buffer until we get back to official episodes that have been postponed due to real life shit like work and leaving the house to do stuff. In this show Lee covers a couple of listener comments, what he's been watching, what's coming up on the podcast and a couple of plugs for podcasts Lee really loves.
Featured music: "Intermission Music" from "Monty Python and the Holy Grail".
This time out Lee and Daniel take a sharp detour from the more overt T&A comedies and look into three films that deal with sexual issues on a more serious level (although there's many dick and fart jokes to be had). We look at Kevin Smith's "Clerks" (1994), "Clerks II" (2006), and "Chasing Amy" (1997). Don't expect an in-depth look at all three films, as that would require a much longer podcast. Instead, we just try and break down some of the major sexual themes in each film. Also, we also cover what we've been watching and play yet another round of Movie God.
Featured music: "Alive", performed by Joey Lauren Adams.
Lee and Daniel return for part four of a spring-long look at sex comedies from various eras. This time out we go straight into a flat-out softcore sex comedy with "Busty Cops" (2004), and then we return to another Crown International Pictures release in 1982's "The Beach Girls". We also play another round of Movie God and Lee briefly talks about seeing "Avengers: Age of Ultron".
End music: "California Girls" by David Lee Roth.