In our 70th episode we get all meta with my pick by reviewing another podcast, the 2015 serialized fictional story of Limetown, whose creators just announced a second season coming in 2018.
For some of us the show lands and we’re kept up at night haunted by pig squeals. For others, it’s a big miss and the Napoleon’s plight falls on deaf ears. We get a good discussion from our differences, so give it a listen, and just ignore that timer counting down in the background, we’re sure it’s nothing!
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Tune in for our take on Christopher Nolan’s latest. Is it a masterpiece? Is it confusing? It’s definitely both, and one thing is sure, it’s worth seeing in theaters. Count the bullet holes on the side of our ship with us as we re-experience this movie and also… What’s up with Ben Affleck Anyhow?
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Our best Belgian accents are on display as we discuss Agatha Christie’s book Peril At End House featuring her detective hero Hercule Poirot. Apropos of nothing, is Frankenstein Science Fiction or Horror? How clean is Poirot’s hat? And why is Matt the real murderer? You’ll never guess so you better listen! Mais Oui!
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In this episode we discuss how many people Churchill would have murdered with his bare hands if given the chance, whether Matt and I are actually lobster back traitors, oh, and… also the first three episodes of the prestige original Netflix drama The Crown.
Come for the intellectual commentary, stay for Matt’s singing and Malcolm’s railing against the monarchy.
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We encounter one of our most confounding subjects yet with Malcolm’s pick, a new book by James Patterson co-authored by Candice Fox.
Does this nonsensical book possibly have the most unlikable protagonist of all time? Is she also the worst detective in the history of the genre? Can YOU make it back to the camp alive? Also, how bad are our Australian accents? Answer: They’re indescribably bad so you’ll have to listen to find out.
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In this dark time it’s up to us all to find hope in the smallest, most unlikely of places.
In this episode we discuss Peter Jackson’s 2003 film Return of the King, and stay tuned after recommendations for a spoiler discussion of the new film, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
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In honor of the spooky month of October, we discuss Malcolm’s pick: the 1994 John Carpenter movie, In the Mouth of Madness. And boy is it ever full of madness, and mouths. Can Malcolm’s enthusiasm for this maddeningly interesting but chaotic film win Matt and I over? Or will Matt end up dubbing it “The Mouth of Shittiness”? Join us on our journey into the madness mouth to find out!
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