Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Episode Fifty Four: "You have exactly eight hours and fifty-four minutes to think about why you're here."

This week's show is in overdrive! We managed to do a two hour show in an hour and a half!

Topics discussed include, Nazi hunting, Legos, weird rain patterns, the Influence of the church on the inner workings of Brazil, 75 to 80 votes to pass health care reform, tolerance, the terror alert scale, Barney Frank, "I want my country back," why tolerance is not such a good word to use, True Blood, Weeds, some older movies, and of course, listener feedback.

By the way, what I said was going to be on the end of the show, is not at the end of the show. It's actually something else, but it's just as funny.

Music this week is from:
Guano Apes - "Open Your Eyes"
Dethklok - "Fansong"
Metallica - "Through the Never"
Jane's Addiction - "No One is Leaving (live)"

Here's the link that Luke sent for the show "Dead Set"

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Episode Fifty Three:

Show notes... show notes... what did we talk about last night?

Well, at any rate, welcome to episode fifty three: "Better selling than Fifty-Three More Things to do in Zero Gravity."

In this show, I believe we discuss, among other things, some announcements and congratulations, crazy people, people with automatic weapons at a Presidential speech (same thing really,) illogical extremes, getting something for nothing, Texas and the Bible, Mexico and "crime," District 9 (with no spoilers,) True Blood (with lots of spoilers,) Ponyo, Bandslam, Evangelion 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone, why Showcase doesn't care about it's customers, and of course voice mail.

Music this week is from:
The Dead Milkmen - "I Walk the Thinnest Line"
Anthrax - "Got the Time"
Dethklok - "Awaken"
The Ventures - "Walk Don't Run"
Less than Jake - "Just Like Frank"
and Killer Dwarfs - "We Stand Alone"

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Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Episode Fifty Two

In this massive episode, we talk about John Hughes, and the impact he had on our lives. After that, we discuss some recently seen movies and shows, followed by current events and some non sequitur stuff as well.

We open the show with the trailer for "Some Kind of Wonderful," and fill the breaks with music from Hughes' films.

"If You Leave" - Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
"Pretty in Pink" - The Psychedelic Furs
"Don't You (Forget About Me)" - Simple Minds
"Oh Yeah" - Yello
"Weird Science" - Oingo Boingo

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Below, are the quotes that I found regarding John Hughes.

Molly Ringwald: "I was stunned and incredibly sad to hear about the death of John Hughes. He was and will always be such an important part of my life. He will be missed – by me and by everyone that he has touched. My heart and all my thoughts are with his family now."

Macauley Culkin: "I was a fan of both his work and a fan of him as a person. The world has lost not only a quintessential filmmaker whose influence will be felt for generations, but a great and decent man."

Matthew Broderick: "I am truly shocked and saddened by the news about my old friend John Hughes. He was a wonderful, very talented guy and my heart goes out to his family."

Steve Martin: "I asked John how long it took to write 'Planes, Trains & Automobiles,' he said, 'I wrote it over the weekend.' The weekend. That shows you what he was able to do."

Judd Apatow: "I feel like a part of my childhood has died. Nobody made me laugh harder or more often than John Hughes."

Roger Ebert: "His films helped establish an international notion of ordinary American teenagers, and he was as popular abroad as at home. Once when I was visiting the largest movie theater in Calcutta, I asked if 'Star Wars' had been their most successful American film. No, I was told, it was 'Baby's Day Out,' a Hughes comedy about a baby wandering through a big city, which played for more than a year."

Kelly LeBrock: "He was always the biggest kid in the room. He was always running around with high top sneakers with no laces in them because he didn't want to trip on his laces because he'd never tie them. He was just one of the boys and everybody loved being around him. He was a wonderful human being to work with. I loved him like crazy."

Bill Paxton: "He took a tremendous chance on me. Like Orson Welles, he was a boy wonder, a director's director, a writer's writer, a filmmaker's filmmaker. He was one of the giants."

Ben Stein: "He was a wonderful man, a genius, a poet. I don't think anyone has come close to him as being the poet of the youth of America in the postwar period. He was to them what Shakespeare was to the Elizabethan Age."

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Episode Fifty One: "Look at you: member of the honor roll, assistant to the assistant manager of the movie theater."

This is Episode Fifty One.

In this episode we explore a wide range of topic again, including: Dumbledore's Death, Cash for Clunkers, falling asleep when driving, True Blood, health care reform, Nazi Germany (briefly,) Two Married Geeks, running out of gas, jerks in movie theaters, Outside The Cinema, and much much more!

Music this week is from:
Type O Negative - "Summer Breeze"
AC/DC - "Heatseeker"
Powerman 5000 - "Walking Disaster"
Rob Zombie - "Two-Lane Blacktop"
Killer Dwarfs - "We Stand Alone"

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