Hey there Friction fans! Episode 15 is upon us and it’s going to rock your socks off! LCD let’s us know our thoughts on John Waters’ Pink Flamingos, we FINALLY finish talking about Ridley Scott, and in our main topic we discuss how Filmmaker’s Corner has changed our views on how we see directors and their crafts. Then, as always, we’ll end with our Pop Quiz.
3/4’s of the ReelFriction crew are riding high after Exhumed Films 12 hour exploitation fest so we wanted to dedicate this episode to all things exploitation!
We’ve got a plan to stick it to the man with our watched recently!
Meet the debutante in the leather skirt as Lab Rat shows us how to (Burlesque) in Cinema Sodomy!
Watch as no prison bars can hold our opinions of five more Ridley Scott movies!
Scream for your life as we talk about the Exhumed Films Ex-Fest show and discuss what makes an exploitation film and why we love them!
Finally, find out who has the raw force to conquer this weeks quiz!
This podcast is based on a true story. The true story of how four friends discuss what they watched recently, make fun of a loser as he reviews a children’s movie no one asked for, discuss the next four films of Ridley Scott and end with a pop quiz that is inspired by true events.
We’re feeling a little Pride and Prejudice today here at ReelFriction. Well….mostly just the Prejudice part. But before we can get to that LCD will grace us with his review of The Peanut Butter Solution in Cinema Sodomy, and we’ll continue talking about Ridley Scott’s movies in Filmmaker’s Corner. For our main topic we’ll be talking about how and why prejudices exist when we make decisions on what films to watch, and as always, we’ll end with our pop quiz.
What it is Frictionheads?! (Is that a thing? Well it is now!) This week we bring you some great content! Like Lab Rat’s review of Safe Haven in Cinema Sodomy. And the first of our discussions on Ridley Scott in our Filmmaker’s Corner. In the Main Segment this week, we’re going to discuss strong females in movies and as always, we have our pop quiz.
Guys, we’re finally in double digits! See what Z thinks about Terrence Malick’s Tree of Life. A lot guys, it’s a lot. Then we talk about Craig Brewer in Filmmaker’s Corner and we answer the all important question: Is it really hard out here for a Pimp? In the Main Segment we tackle the discussion of whether or not you can separate the film from the filmmaker or actor and we we continue the topic of controversial cinema in our Pop Quiz.
This week’s episode is Oscar-centric! The Cinesthete is feeling alright alright alright about Fool’s Gold, and we finish our conversation on David Fincher. Then we talk about our thoughts on the good, the bad, and the ugly about the Oscars. As always, we’ll finish this week with an Oscar themed pop quiz.
Film: Raw Deal Role: Mark Kaminsky/Joseph P. Brenner Favorite Line: You shouldn’t bake angry. Preferred Alcoholic Accompaniment: Chicago Iced Tea – Take even parts Sambuca for the Italian mob, Vodka for the Polish side of Schwarzenegger[…]
Love is in the air this week! We find Lab Rat and Theodore Rex sittin’ in a tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G. We continue our conversation on David Fincher in Filmmakers Corner, talk about what makes a good romantic movie in our main topic and, as always, finish with our Valentine’s Day themed pop quiz.
Film: Commando Character: John Matrix Favorite Line: So many to choose from! If I had to pick one, I would probably go with “Don’t disturb my friend. He’s dead tired.”, said to the stewardess after murdering his[…]
It’s always hard to choose a top 10 list at the end of a year. There are so many factors that go into picking a list that at some points it would just be easier[…]
Terence Young, UK, 1963, 115 min. Our second installment of Bond finds him going up against the Russians in From Russia With Love. Again, I’m less familiar with the Connery Bond films, only having seen[…]
In this installment of Action Movie Mondays, I’ll be covering the entire Conan saga from Conan the Barbarian to Conan the Destroyer and including Red Sonja. What’s that you say? Red Sonja isn’t a Conan movie? Fun fact number one:[…]
2016 looked to be a sad year for film, but then something happened around October. The new releases just kept getting better and better. It turned out to be one of my favorite film years in recent memory.
It’s our end of the year extravaganza! We’re going to talk about our top 5 favorite movies of 2016 and give away some special awards! But let’s not forget LCD’s Cinema Sodomy as he reviews Brown Bunny and listen as we also discuss David Fincher’s memorable film, Fight Club. It’s an EXTRAVAGANZA!!!
Who Cares and 1970 or whatever LCD here, and I’m really pumped about this new project I’m working on. Let me tell you about it. If you listened to Episode 6 of the ReelFriction Podcast[…]
Christine, based on a true story, covers the final weeks of TV news reporter Christine Chubbuck’s life leading up to her live-on-television suicide in 1974. Rebecca Hall plays the titular character well, showing her professional and personal problems that may have led to that fateful decision.
This week, Z let’s everyone know just what she thinks of David Lynch’s Inland Empire, we begin to take on David Fincher in our Filmmakers Corner, we talk about our film resolutions for the coming year, and as always we have our Pop Quiz.
Show Notes: Be sure to read this in depth analysis of Inland Empire: http://xixax.com/halfborn/
They shoot picture don’t they top 1,000 List: http://www.theyshootpictures.com/gf1000_all1000films_table.php
Herzog’s documentary on connective technology feels capricious, only tangentially sticking to the timeline it tries to explore: the birth of the internet to the future of what it might become. The film varies scene to scene from flighty and amusing to unsettling and profound. It’s at times self-indulgent, at times brilliant, but all too much the former.
This week, TC and Z talk about their experience at Butt-Numb-A-Thon, we discuss the films of Edgar Wright, TC explains to us why One For The Money was a true Cinema Sodomy, we counterpoint last week’s podcast by talking about heroes in cinema, and as always we have our Pop Quiz.
2016 is coming to a close and I have watched 21 films in my Uncharted Cinema Project. Nowhere near the 52 that I wanted to. But I have come to realize that is okay. There are lots of films out there and I was feeling too constrained to watch and review films I might not have been interested in.