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Podcast #4 – Villains

In addition to our main topic of Villains, we have a riveting discussion about Titanic and Avatar in the last James Cameron episode of Filmmakers Corner. You will also get to hear how CHAOS REIGNS in LCD’s review of Antichrist, Afterwards, find out who loses this episode’s Pop Quiz and what horrible film we force them to watch.

You will hear TC and Z talk about Butt-numb-a-thon at the end of the episode. If you would like more info, check out the intensive application process for getting in: http://www.aintitcool.com/node/76247

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Podcast #2 – 24 Hour Horrorthon! EF2016

This episode contains our inaugural Cinema Sodomy where LCD reviews Holy Motors . We also begin our discussion of James Cameron in Filmmakers Corner (Xenogenesis, through Aliens) and for our main topic we’re discussing Exhumed Films 24-horror Horrorthon.

TC mentions it in a little side note at the beginning of the podcast but things were again a little shaky for this podcast. We apologize for the sound problems and the rambling and we definitely have all of the kinks taken care of by episode 3.

If you are interested in Exhumed films please visit their website at http://www.exhumedfilms.com/ and like them on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ExhumedFilms/

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Podcast #1: Top 5 Favorite Films

In this episode we talk about what we watched recently, we discuss the directorial work of Judd Apatow, we let you get to know us by talking about our top 5 favorite films and we’ll wrap it up with our pop quiz.

TC mentions it in a little side note at the beginning of the podcast but things were a little shaky for our first podcast. We apologize for the sound problems and the rambling and we definitely have all of the kinks taken care of by episode 3.

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Uncharted Cinema #13: Beyond the Black Rainbow

Beyond the Black Rainbow opens with a vintage 70’s film strip. An advertisement for a cult-like wellness center, Arboria, that promises to deliver members true happiness.

Oh, how wrong they were. For the characters, and, unfortunately, for the viewer as well. This film is a slog. Its visual aesthetic is a claustrophobic second-rate Kubrick clone and its soundtrack is composed of the same brain-numbing repetitive sounds.