Cinecast Episode 349 – Smell the Glove

 
You’d think this were an episode of “Coast to Coast.” Aliens, Elvis, Stonehenge, Witches, talking birds, dragons, world war III and amps that go to eleven. Matt Gamble is a special guest this week to talk about the “exhausting marathon” that is The Raid 2. We dive into the psyche of Nigel and David and lament the loss of all the past drummers. This is Spinal Tap in all its glory folks (now kick our assess, we insist!) Kurt saw Rio 2 for some reason and Andrew continues MSPIFF with Witching & Bitching and accidentally watches the “wrong movie” when he confuses Kevin MacDonald for Bruce MacDonald. Everything feels loose and foggy in this episode for some reason. Which is just the way Jonathan Glazer (Under the Skin) likes it.

As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening!

 


 

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Full show notes are under the seats…

 


 

~ IN-HOUSE BUSINESS ~

TIFF kids
– MSPIFF
“The Dew Over” podcast

OPENING QUOTE:
Scarlett Johansson
in
Her

CLOSING BUMPER MUSIC:
“Big Bottom”
by
Spinal Tap


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~ MAIN REVIEW(S) ~

IMDb | LetterBoxd | Rotten Tomatoes

 
 

 
 

 


 

~ TV REVIEW ~

SEASON 4 EPISODE 2
Theme provided by: Taylor Davis

 


 

~ 1984 PROJECT ~

 


 

~ THE WATCH LIST ~

Andrew
Witching and Bitching
How I Live Now

 


 

~ OTHER STUFF MENTIONED ~

 
 

 


 

~ NEXT WEEK’S POTENTIAL REVIEW(S) ~


– Don Hemingway
– Transcendence
– “Fargo”

 


 

~ COMMENTS or QUESTIONS? ~

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