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DC Comics keeps electrifying the corpse of Watchmen and they won't stop until they legally can't print comics anymore. Who's under the mask? What horrible secrets await within the pages of this comic? Tune in to find out. Travel through the time machine with us to as we discuss Trump cash-in books, the downfall of liberal institutionalism, and the culture output of la belle province.

Francis Ford Coppola   On another note, we just hit ratings across every podcast platform! Thank you so much for your vocal support, and make sure to write a review so you can have it read on the show! Klicka här för att uppdatera flödet manuellt. Pontypool, the Canadian horror film from director Bruce McDonald based on the novel Pontypool Changes Everything by Tong Burgess, takes us to a remote northern Ontario radio station with shock jock Grant Mazzy during the onset of a strange new illness transmitted through the English language.

This is a preview of Primo Lefter, our weekly premium show. You can visit our Patreon to get access to this episode, our archive, and a new episode every week. The audio for this episode was corrupted but our brilliant producer Jamar was able to recover it as much as possible. The film, which comes straight from the mind of the director of The Fault in our Stars and one of the writers of Jackass, turns out to be a really tepid last gasp of this franchise with a healthy dose of anti-Indigenous prejudice.

The movie literally starts with "there are two bears inside you. Cuties, a French film from director Maïmouna Doucouré is a coming of age story centering on Amy, a young Senegalese girl who becomes fascinated with a dance crew called "The Cuties" and searches for belonging between two models of femininity.

After Netflix tweeted a provocative poster of the young cast, it instantly became the target of a boycott campaign from the SaveTheChildren, QAnon, and normie crowds alike. In this episode we explore the dimensions of this soon-to-be-forgotten controversy, what it means, and what value the film itself has as a liberal feminist document.

ReComradations: Laura: Happiness, dir. Todd Solonzd Evan: [1] Widows, dir. Tommy Lee Wallace The Secret, a cornerstone of Wal-mart discount bins nationwide is having its philosophy brought to life in the big screen with The Secret: Dare to Dream. This self-help book has been turned into one of the poorest reviewed films of the year that's essentially a Nicholas Sparks movie about the law of attraction. One down-on-her-luck widow meets a magical thirsty handyman who may have killed her husband throught the power of positive thinking.

Eytan and Brice from the hilarious Drum Circle Jerk podcast join for this episode. ReComradations: Evan: The Changeling, dir. Saul Bass Canada's Drag Race Season One is a ten episode journey to find a Canadian queen with enough charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent to make it to the top.

Cody and I discuss the state of the Ru Paul empire, the judges, the hosts, the queens, and the highlights and controversies of the season. I also reveal that I don't know who JoJo Siwa is.

Live-action Disney adaptations of their animated fare have become a staple of the modern movie-going experience, and in COVID World we're not going to the theatre. Whatever will the Disney Company do? Black Widow will be released in the same fashion. This is the world we live in. This episode is an exploration of the economics of the premium VOD model Disney is attempting to pioneer, the movie distribution landscape in COVID, the revamped feminism and image Disney wants to project, the boycott and film's relationship to Honk Kong and China, and the grand consumer behaviour experiment that Disney has made us participants in.

Evan is joined by Marshall and Steven from the Androids and Assets Podcast , a show on the political economy of speculative fiction. Listen now and own it "forever" until this episode is sealed away in the Disney vault. Adam Wingard Unhinged, the first wide in-theatres release in the United States since the COVID pandemic began, follows Rachel, a harried single mom suffering from her greedy husband in family court, encounters "The Man" played by Russell Crowe: a recently divorced man addicted to painkillers who decides to systematically ruin Rachel's life to prove a point?

To teach her how it feels to be honked at? Alexander Edward and Tony Boswell from Minion Death Cult join me for a blockbuster conversation on conservative victimhood, the plauge of divorce, suburban psychosis, and yes, we discover what the Facebook user community had to say on this new crucial film.

Holes is a key film for many of us. It opened our eyes to the issues in youth corrections, it gave us hope that seemingly intractable battles in climate change could be solved if we carried a boy up a mountain, and yes, it was also an important sexual awakening. Holes tells the story of Stanley Yelnats IV, an unlucky young man played by a debuting Shia LaBeouf who grapples with his family's curse as he's sent to Camp Green Lake to dig holes all day after a pair of famous shoes end up in his possession.

We discuss the film's representation of youth corrections and the carceral state, as well as class mobility and getting horny for Sigourney Weaver respectfully. David and Creeper, played by the magnificent Shia LaBeouf, are tax collectors: middle managers for The Wizard who collect tithes from over forty street gangs in L.

When the balance of power in the city shifts, David must make hard choices and question his loyalities in the face of overwhelming odds. Consider joining us to access this episode, our back catalog, and a new premium episode every week. Every year, boys descend on Austin, Texas to particpate in the American Legion's Texas Boys State: a week-long experiment in representative government and civil discourse for teenage boys.

Apple TV and A24 have come together to distribute this Sundance winner and bring it to us, the Kinos. Concerned with the polarization of American politics, the filmmakers decided to cover Boys State after the cohort voted to secede from the union.

The film follows four boys whom we rank as they vie for political office and learn how to appeal to the most voters while crushing their enemies. Our conversation captures it all: the use of compromise discourse to weaken the left, how the culture war rhetoric for gun rights and abortion imprints on teens, open carrying in Fortnite, masculinity, racism, the conservative persecution complex, jingoism, and yes, giving Fs to 17 year olds libertarians.

You can listen to the actual podcast recorded in Boys State we referenced here. John Amiel [2] Turbo Kid, dir. Evan explores DC FanDome: a new fully digital comic con and finds both the hope and horror within. Along the way we meet Alejandro, a former prosecutor turned hitman, and Matt, a soldier who will do anything for the empire. Exploring police militarization, borders, poverty, gendered violence, the drug war, imperial violence, and the degradation of a rules-based system of law and order, Sicario is a stand-out in recent western cinema.

How does it thread the needle between depictions of violence with the allure of fascist asthetics? Why do we live in the Warhammer universe now? I'm joined by Tyler georgefrowny and Sean Willetton from Format: Guardian and Alberta Advantage to have an in-depth discussion on one of the best films of the last decade. Join us in the 10th Prestige Lobby. David Robert Mitchell. Some friends get togther on the computer to channel the spirits of the dead, and experience some wacky concequences along the way in the Shudder exlcusive Zoom-based horror flick Host.

HBO Max is proud to present this story of being pickled, what it means to run a small business, and the horrors of cancel culture. Seth Rogen plays Ben and Herschel Greenbaum, two relatives years apart brought together through the magic of being in brine for a century. We discuss Seth Rogen and the Zionist lobby, the diaspora experience, cancel culture, small business mindset, and the world of travel influencers that we like and despise.

Gina Prince-Bythewood's Netflix action movie The Old Guard presents a world of muted tones, boring operators, and a heroic mercenary group who are redeemed through their queer romances.

We discuss the film's aesthetics, its Netflixy-approach to everything, queerness and racial politics, Orientalism, dying for a Camaro, immortality, spiritual-seeking, and the hotness of other podcasters we know. Plus, we have exactly one 1 shocking revelation to share about the making-of The Old Guard in our patented reading series.

Lee Thompson Laura: The Beguiled, dir. We have on author, cultural critic, and top 10 great twitter account saintknives to talk about Spike Lee, Malcolm X, Denzel, and the finer points of making a perfect biopic. Senast Tidigast Mest lyssnat Mest populärt Sök. Lyssna Lyssna igen Fortsätt Lyssnar Lyssna senare Lyssna senare. Welcome to a month of frights from Kino Lefter. America is facing a crisis: a crisis of incivility.

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