November 30th, 2015
Lee is back with Daniel and Paul in what became a very long episode. The year is winding down, Halloween and Thanksgiving have just passed, and we are approaching Christmas and New Year's. So this time out the theme is a general chat about holiday films, that often goes off on lengthy asides. They also talk about what they've been watching as of late (which leads to more lengthy asides), and they bring back the Movie God Game. If you've got two and a half hours to kill, this might be for you.
Featured Music: "I'm the One Who Gunned Santa Down" by Deadbolt & "The Gremlin Rag" by Jerry Goldsmith.
November 20th, 2015
Lee and his brother Scott are back this week for another film commentary track for a film that otherwise probably would never get one. Join them as they watch Bill Brame's 1974 Blaxploitation diamond-in-the-rough "Jive Turkey". What's a better waste of you time than to watch a public domain Black gangster film, set in the 1950s, that's obviously filmed in 1974? How can you deny yourself a film that depicts the intense struggle for control of the numbers game, a psychotic tranny hit man, and so many N-bombs that you'll no doubt have to feel white guilt for the rest of your life? Find it on YouTube, Daily Motion or on any number of Mill Creek 50-film bundles and tune-in, won't you?
November 16th, 2015
Lee's flying solo this week, talking about what's coming up on the podcast straight through to the end of the year. There's also some talk about the recent death of Gunnar Hansen, some shout-outs to other podcasts and a bit of a review of the new Western/Horror mash-up "Bone Tomahawk".
Featured Music: "Night Theme"; "Night Theme (Reprise)" & "Master Charge" by Iggy Pop and James Williamson.
November 9th, 2015
Lee, Daniel and Paul are back again, this time they take a fairly deep look into Paul Thomas Anderson's "Punch-Drunk Love" from 2002, and yet feel like they've only scratched the surface. Also: Lee welcomes the recent influx of new listeners, and then the crew goes over listener comments and what they've watched and/or purchased in the last little while.
Featured music: "He Needs Me" by Harry Nilsson, remixed by Jon Brion.