The cycle of billing comes again to Joshua Humphrey, who picks Pixar’s La Luna and Radiolab’s The Distance of the Moon for comparison. We seem to be a very moon-centered podcast. On the previous episode, we explored the Dark Side of the Moon. Now we focus on coming-of-age stories involving our celestial neighbor. You’d think […]
Brian Watson-Jones picks this Double Bill, a simultaneous listening/viewing of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon with classic film The Wizard of Oz (1939), in what is known as “The Dark Side of the Rainbow.” Mikey is on board, but Joshua is dubious of the whole endeavor. If you want to know more about […]
Godzilla, King of the Monsters! and Pacific Rim. Mickey debated a long time with Brian and Joshua over what should be paired with Pacific Rim–would it be something Gundam flavored? Or perhaps even Evangelion?
Joshua Humphrey takes us on a journey involving smoke men whispering evil in ears, leprechauns that bite off fingers, and one damn rocking accordion interval. Two modern films, Cloud Atlas (2012) and Holy Motors (2012) get the Double Bill treatment, and if our mash-ups could be said to have winners, one clearly outclasses the other, […]
It’s samurais and gunslingers all up ins for Brian Watson-Jones’ Double Bill pick! Akira Kurosawa’s classic film Seven Samurai (1954) was adapted for American audiences as the Western The Magnificent Seven (1960), what Brian describes as a “best of” the original. Is he right? How do they compare back-to-back? And who turns out to be the biggest badass between both films?