Patrick and Rob talk TV, Rob Zombie's Munsters
movie, the Criterion Collection, and so much more in this C+ episode.
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Also discussed this episode: Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
(2022), The Batman
(2022), The Accountant
(2016), A Simple Favor
(2018), Thor: Love and Thunder
(2022), The Princess
Isn't Fire Birds about attack helicopters, or am i mixing that up with something else? And according to IMDb there's a TV movie for Airwolf. So, that's 3.ReplyDelete
Can't believe I forgot FIRE BIRDS starring my boy. No one tell Michael Scott.Delete
Outbreak (1995) isn't about helicopters, it just has helicopters in it. But it does have a shocking amount of helicopters. I think they're flying around the whole 3rd act.Delete
I could listen to stories of Erika's first time watch reactions all day.ReplyDelete
Inland Empire is getting a big restauration. I'm assuming criterion will announce it soon enoughReplyDelete
Doesn't a big part of the plot of Biggles Adventures in Time concern stealing a helicopter in the 80s and traveling back in time to fight WW1 pilots.. Or did I just write the greatest movie of all time!!ReplyDelete
Great podcast! Fun to just chat about past and future movies.ReplyDelete
Movies I'm really looking forward to are Damien Chazelle's Babylon later this year! And R. Scott's movie about Napoleon, which has wrapped filming so probably sometime next year?
Lost Highway is also my favourite Lynch movie. And THANKS TO THE PODCAST, I remembered that it was playing at my local independant theatre. I had completely forgotten. Turns out, it's playing tonight, and I'm just about to walk down for the showing! Yay! I've never seen it (or any Lynch) on the big screen.
GREAT EP DUDES!!! i kinda love the no central topic as you both got to cover all sorts of stuff and get silly with it!!!ReplyDelete
I just caught up with this episode. As Brian said. Fire Birds boys. Fire Birds. I sadly think Patrick and Rob might be dead to me to me nowReplyDelete