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TMBDOS! Episode 143: “F for Fake” (1974).

November 26th, 2018

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Welcome back to TMBDOS - They Must Be Decorated On Sight! Yes, It's your hosts Lee, Daniel and special guest Jack Graham giving you the best podcast on decorations of all types. Expect tips, tricks, and news about decoration innovations for all occasions. This week the hosts cover the history of Victorian Christmas decorations.

Actually, that was all a lie. The hosts are really here to talk about the late period Orson Welles film "F For Fake" (1974). Daniel and Jack are both big Welles nerds and they dominate the conversation this week as they gush over how brilliant it all is, while Lee sits in the middle trying to sort out his thoughts and trying to avoid being the receptacle for this Welles appreciation bukkake. What the hosts have watched as of late is also covered.

"F for Fake" IMDB

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Featured Music: "Lie to Me" by Tom Waits & "Orson's Theme" by the Michel Legrand Orchestra.

TMBDOS! Episode 142: “The Other Side of the Wind” (2018).

November 19th, 2018

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Lee and Daniel talk about Orson Welles' long-unfinished and unreleased film "The Other Side of the Wind" (2018), which is now available on Netflix. There's just so much to dig into here that the hosts do their best to balance talk about its long and complicated history with talk about if it's any good. A listener comment is read and the hosts also mention the passing of William Goldman.

The Other Side of the Wind IMDB

Featured Music: "Music to Watch Girls By" by Tony Hatch & "Fruit & Icebergs" by Blue Cheer.

TMBDOS! Episode 141: “The Last Wave” (1977).

November 13th, 2018

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Lee and Daniel try to keep their heads above water while exploring Dream-time in Peter Weir's "The Last Wave" (1977). Can they make sense of what the film is trying to say about the relationships between colonial powers and decimated native populations, especially those found in Australia? Does the movie even know what it's trying to do? The hosts also respond to listener comments and play an interesting variation of the Movie God Game.

"The Last Wave" IMDB

Interview with Peter Weir about "The Last Wave"

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Featured Music: "Driving Home" & "The Descent" by Charles Wain.

TMBDOS! Episode 140: “Then I Took an Arrow to the Knee”.

November 5th, 2018

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Originally Lee and Daniel were going to cover "The Last Wave", but Lee sustained a real life knee injury that prevented his prep-work. So the hosts decided to record an informal chat about what they've been watching as of late, and opened up to the listeners for some questions, which they answer on the second half of the show. There's lots of random asides and a bare minimum of editing in this one, which is essentially just an extended version of the usual opening bit of TMBDOS!. If you can't get past "umms", "ahhhs", "like" and big pauses, then it's best you skip it altogether.

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Featured Music: Excerpt from the score for "The Cheerleaders" by The Honeyboys & "Wounded Knee" by Primus.