The Podcast • Chapter 9:
Watching The Final Trailer For JJ Abrams
Star Wars Episode 7:
The Force Awakens

Star Wars Episode 7: This Chapter Features Oldboy & I Watching The Final Trailer For J.J. Abrams The Force Awakens. We flip out.

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The Podcast • Chapter 8:
Joel Schumacher’s
St. Elmo’s Fire

A journalist came out to interview the boys after St. Elmo’s Fire came out. After one night, he dubbed them “The Brat Pack”. It stuck.

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The Podcast • Chapter 7:
Tony Scott’s
True Romance
&
Wes Asks The Question:
Is Quentin Tarantino Racist?

Heated and passionate discussion about racism in the works of Quintin Tarantino, specifically his screenplays for Pulp Fiction & True Romance

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The Podcast • Chapter 6:
Francis Ford Coppola’s
The Godfather (Continued)

My Father, Albert Candela (1943-2015) Oldboy & Wes begin their journey… They take on the Francis Ford Coppola crime saga masterpiece: The Godfather.

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The Podcast • Chapter 5:
Francis Ford Coppola’s
The Godfather
For My Pop (1943-2015)

Two weeks after the passing of my father, Oldboy and I tackle Francis Ford Coppola’s film saga The Godfather, In honor of my Pop. I love you Pop. Always.

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The Podcast • Chapter 4:
Martin Scorsese’s Signature Crime Saga
Goodfellas

Goodfellas has finally been remastered from the original 35mm negative on Blu-ray…and it looks glorious. Oldboy and I discuss.

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The Podcast • Chapter 3:
The Watchowski’s 1999 Phenomenon
The Matrix

In our third podcast, Oldboy and discuss The Matrix. It’s impact on cinema, pop culture, and how the world was introduced to The Wachowski’s.

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Penny Dreadful Season 2

This show is so fucking bad ass.
Feast your eyes on this…the entire first episode of the second season and a whole mess of trailers, promos and artwork below.
Who loves you baby?

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The Podcast • Chapter 2:
Robert Zemeckis’s
Back To The Future

Back To The Future The magic & effect it had on our childhoods and how producers of Family Ties hid the script from Michael J. Fox in fear he would leave.

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Kurt Cobain
25 Years Gone
The Impact And Legacy

Kurt Cobain ascended the golden ladder, a ladder most will never glimpse.
He he climbed to the very top…and saw a curtain, behind which he always thought would be his salvation.
He reached over the ladder and peaked behind…
And for whatever reason…
After years of imaging the solace he might find….
Whatever Kurt saw back there…
He didn’t want to take another step after that…

He just wanted off the ladder by any means necessary.

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The Podcast • Chapter 1:
David Fincher’s Cinematic Revelation
Fight Club

It’s Evolution Baby… Voices Film & TV : The Podcast: Chapter 1 David Fincher’s Fight Club. And so it begins here. Listen along with reading.

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Soaked In Bleach
Was Kurt Cobain Murdered

“Why was he killed? Who profited? Who had the power to cover it up?”

– Oliver Stones “JFK”, 1991

“Let justice be done, though the heavens may fall.”
– William Murray,
Somersett’s Case, 1772
Justice For Kurt

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Christopher McQuarrie’s The Way Of The Gun

A review of Christopher McQuarrie’s 2000 anti-hero film “The Way Of The Gun”, which successfully breaks every leading man rule the U.S. film companies have created to condition movie audiences around the planet.
Allow me to explain why, within minutes of being on screen, it was in love
High-Otane Gasoline Drenched Filmaking people.

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