Cinecast Episode 429 – No Holocaust After 9pm

BASSETT:
“The fact that it’s a recording of two dudes speaking about movies is not what interests me.”
 
WOODS:
“Go on.”
 
BASSETT:
“What interests me… is that there is approximately two hours and fifty-three minutes of 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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TIME TRACKS:

See comments for time track listings (if there are any) – thanks to Ultimolee for the extra elbow grease!

 

THE WATCH LIST:

KURT
– “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” (s7)
– “The Knick” (s2)
The Adjustment Bureau
The Witches
Sicario
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

ANDREW
– “Vinyl” (s1e1)
Sisters
The Green Inferno
Lords of Salem
Went the Day Well?

 

OTHER THINGS:

Authors that hate the movie adaptation
Three Rows Back
Vinyl OST (Spotify)

 

RSS AND CONTACT INFO:

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Sean Kelly
Guest

THE GREEN INFERNO was original supposed to be released theatrically in 2014, but was dropped by its US distributor. It wasn’t until Blumhouse and Universal picked up the film that it finally received a release (ironically, the film was in theatres at the same time as Eli Roth’s follow-up film KNOCK KNOCK).

antho42
Guest

Eli Roth’s interview with Bret Easton Ellis (in his Maron style podcast) is the douchiest thing I have ever listened to. Ellis sounds exactly Patrik Batement and Eli Roth is a total bro.

Goon
Guest

Roald Dahl didn’t like lots of things…

…like Jews.

devolutionary
Guest

Regarding media and politics, Hal Ashby’s Being There seems like a more biting, cleverly satirical, and faithful mirror to the idiot-savant Forrest Gump novel than anything.

devolutionary
Guest

Also forgot to mention that Being There was apparently one of Peter Sellers’ favourite roles to play (a character-less TV mimicking chameleon) and contains some hilariously bizarre scenes like Shirley MacClaine self-pleasuring herself on a bearskin rug while Sellers is watching TV doing a headstand. Plus you get to see him butcher ebonics in the credits (deleted scene). https://youtu.be/Dhyyz1dRc0c
This has got to be total Kurt-nip.

I don’t doubt that The Witches probably never gets screened but it’s by far the most rerun Roeg film on cable.

UltimoLee
Guest

Opening:
In-house business: 01:16
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee S7 18:43
The Knick 30:20
Vinyl 40:07
Sisters 51:14
Modern Comedy Sucks, Doesn’t it? 56:00
The Adjustment Bureau 107:37
The Green Inferno 1:18:47
The Witches 1:36:45
The Lords of Salem 2:01:35
Sicario 2:13:27
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World 2:25:14
Went the Day Well? 2:35:28
Next Week: 2:48:56
End: 2:53:05
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Not sure how i ended up doing every film…..

I watched Went the Day Well? two years ago along with a few other British films made during the war. You should check out the Powell & Pressburger film 49th Parallel (1941), One of Our Aircraft Is Missing (1942) and Millions Like Us (1943) next. I loved all four.

Sean Kelly
Guest

Watched the pilot of VINYL last night and Andrew greatly exaggerated when he said there were no actual 70s songs in the show.

While, an argument can be for the songs actually performed by the characters on the show, there is a lot of recognizable stuff constantly playing in the background, such as “All the Young Dudes” by Mott the Hoople and “Cum On Feel the Noize” by Slade. Heck, they even play ABBA in one scene!

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