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Bonus Episode - Creepshow Commentary
The title of this bonus episode says it all. We give it the old college try with our very first audio commentary for the classic 1982 anthology horror film, CREEPSHOW! We can hold our breath for a looooong time!
P.S This is no joke! Enjoy!
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Bonus Ep: August
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Bonus Episode: Listener Emails, Tony Scott, Altman & More!
Jim and Patrick play catch up on listener emails, discuss the shocking news of director Tony Scott’s suicide, briefly touch on the latest season of Breaking Bad, and later do a more lengthy “What We Watched Segment” for this quick little bonus episode for the month of August. Jim brings the love for both THE LONG GOODBYE and LAST SUMMER, while Patrick begins checking out Season 1 of THE X-FILES.
In less than a week, we will be joined once again by Phil Nobile Jr, to discuss the great William Friedkin! Please be sure to leave us a voicemail to play on the show at 224-366-9528. If you’re a movie blogger/podcaster and would like a guest spot on the show to talk about a filmmaker whose work you admire. Thanks again for listening and be sure to check out our updated upcoming schedule in the sidebar to see which directors we’ll be talking about soon! Questions are always welcome via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bonus Ep: Andy Davis
Bonus Episode - Andrew Davis Interview
For this special 20-minute bonus episode, Jim interviews director Andrew Davis to talk about his debut film from 1978, STONY ISLAND which is being released on DVD & VOD on April 24th. We learn about how the film was made, and its cultural significance, including how Andrew got his start in the business. In addition, we briefly discuss memories of filming THE FUGITIVE here in the city of Chicago back in the early 90s as well.
STONY ISLAND was filmed on the gritty streets of Chicago’s south side and tells the story of Richie Bloom (Richie Davis), the only white kid on the block, as he forms an R&B band with his best friend, Kevin (Edward “Stoney” Robinson). With the help of their mentor, aging sax legend Percy (Gene “Daddy G” Barge), they pull together a funky supergroup, stealing practice time at night in the local funeral home. Despite few resources and heavy losses this resilient group of dedicated musicians—armed only with wit, sleight of hand and outrageous Chicago bravado—must come together to finally make their smash debut.
Thanks again to Andrew Davis for being a guest on the show and providing this incredibly interesting look at an underseen gem that integrates both Chicago history and also beautifully captures how the love of music brings people together. Order your DVD by visiting the official movie website:
Bonus Ep: Breaking Bad
TwitchFilm writer and Cinecast co-host Kurt Halfyard hangs out with us for this bonus episode to discuss the critically acclaimed AMC show Breaking Bad. SPOILERS! We give away major plot points throughout this episode. We first talk about the series as a whole, including our first impressions, but the majority of the conversation is spent on our feelings about the Season 4 Finale. There are definitely criticisms about the plausibility and logic behind Walt’s actions that are brought up. It is safe to say that you should be all caught up with the show before listening to this. Stay tuned early next week for an upcoming lost DCPC episode (Ep. 15) in which we talk about our all-time favorite movies. Happy holidays from us!
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Bonus Episode - Breaking Bad
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Our next official episode about our Favorite Films of 2011 won’t drop until the 2nd week of January. Until next time, please send us your suggestions as well as any comments about BREAKING BAD or any show we’ve discussed or will discuss on a future episode. Drop us a line if you’re a movie blogger/podcaster and would like a guest spot on the show to talk about a filmmaker whose work you admire (or despise). Thanks for listening and be sure to check out our updated upcoming schedule in the sidebar to see which directors we’ll be talking about soon! Leave us a voicemail to play on the show at 224-366-9528. Questions are always welcome via email: email@example.com