March 30th, 2019
Lee is back with the show's second look into the violent and eccentric world of Poliziotteschi films, and the often diverse scores that come with them.
--Main Theme from "Killer Cop" (1975) --Stelvio Cipriani
--La Fine Di Cobb from "Mark of the Cop" (1975) --Stelvio Cipriani
--Mark Colpisce Ancora (Titoli) from "Mark Strikes Again" (1976) --Stelvio Cipriani
--Sambamba from "The Tough Ones" (1976) --Franco Micalizzi
--Main Titles from "Crime on the Highway" (1982) --Franco Micalizzi
--You Are Not the Same from "Contraband" (1980) --Fabio Frizzi & Cricket
--Dreamland from "Bloody Payroll" (1976) --Enrico Pieranunzi & Silvano Chimenti
--Main Titles from "Confessions of a Police Captain" (1971) --Riz Ortolani
--The Summertime Killer & Motorcycle Circus from "Summertime Killer" (1972) --Luis Bacalov
--Main Theme from "The Police Serve the Citizens?" (1973) --Luis Bacalov
--Life of a Policeman from "High Crime" (1973) --Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
--Il Grande Racket Seq. 1 (Finale) from "The Big Racket" (1976) --Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
--Driving All Around from "Street Law" (1974) --Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
Opening and closing music: Money Orgy from "Danger Diabolik" by Ennio Morricone & Main Theme from "The Horror of Dracula" by James Bernard.
March 25th, 2019
Lee and the returning Paul tackle a listener request, and the first ever Lars von Trier film to be reviewed on the show. Both hosts were mostly unfamiliar with his work, but at least knew something about his reputation for transgressive cinema. Was this offensive? Artistic? Interesting? Or was it just overlong and boring? The hosts don't hold back. Listener comments are also covered.
"The House That Jack Built" IMDB
Featured music: "Happy Jack" by The Who & "Jangling Jack" by Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds.
March 4th, 2019
Lee and Daniel finish off their look at Blaxsploitation films (be it actual, proto, or just adjacent) with Roger Corman's "The Intruder" (1962). Is this William Shatner's best performance? Is this Corman's best film? Is it one of the most underrated films on the subject of race relations in the United States? The writer of the screenplay (and his own novel of the same name, that he adapted it from), Charles Beaumont, is also briefly talked about, as well as his famous writer friends who share the screen with him in small roles in the film itself. What the hosts have watched as of late as well as listener comments are also covered.
"The Intruder" IMDB
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Featured Music: "Klan", "Stranger" & "Main Title" by Herman Stein.