March 31st, 2012
Kill Bill: Parts I & II
A lot of movies bank on action to get them through, but it is a special breed that achieves Badass-ness. In an episode series based on those thoroughbreds, we begin with the deadlier of the species.
We'll get to the guys eventually - and we left out another James Cameron triumph to do both parts of Bill. This is where YOU come in. In another chance at inclusion, we ask listeners to give us more directors and female leads - old or new - who can give us an excuse to talk about Sarah Connor in a future 2nd installment about ladies who rule the bloody screen.
For the musicfiles, we know that Carrie Henn was NOT in Poltergeist; we threw that music in because of the mistake people make about Newt.
March 24th, 2012
We are officially changing our release day to Saturday. Officially. If it is done Friday, it'll be released Friday; our aim is now Saturday. Thanks ahead of time for modifying your calendars.
Plus, we give you a taste of what's comin'. After this, we'll make it a point to announce on the casts what is to follow each week. You're welcome ahead of time for that.
March 24th, 2012
White Water Summer (Kevin Bacon)
School Ties (Brendan Fraser)
L.A. Confidential (Russell Crowe)
There are always going to be those people who claim to have known of or been fans of someone/some band/some book BEFORE it was popular. AND...apparently we're no different.
Appealing to our inner "Oh yeah, but did you see them in this"-ISM , we decided to share with you a few flicks that are low on the radar, but high on the KICKASS-OMETER. So grab your pack, jump in the Radmobile & throw a phone at the desk clerk...
March 17th, 2012
Tremors (Reba McEntire)
New Jack City (Ice-T)
A surprise Fresh Prince flick
10 Episodes - TEN!!! *HONK* Ten Eeepisodes (get it, Grosse Pointers?)
If they can make music they can act, right? Elvis did it many times - "Lemonaade, that cool refreshing drink." We turn our lens of Diplomatic Scrutiny onto musicians who choose to memorize lyrics for a song 90 minutes long (give or take). Come warm your movie-loving ears by our soundfire, upon which we burn.
We edged out Tom Jones in Mars Attacks, cause after all he plays Tom Jones (with staggering accuracy). We'll make up a way to talk about it in za future. We are now in iTunes, also under Cinema Triforce. We shall meet again... to talk about musicians who don the villain mask. That horse will rise again; unless you double-tap.
March 10th, 2012
Death comes once in a lifetime...or three times in our case. Brad Pitt, William Sadler & Bengt Ekerot...we got 'em all bitches. Two heavy with a side of comedy for your dish this week. Order your appetizers, savor the meal & stay for dessert...which is cake...or death. Your Choice.
March 3rd, 2012
Perfume:Story of a Murderer
This week we clap you upside the powdered face with the frying pan of sophistication. Breaking pace with modern day sex and violence we dip in the pool of the past when sex and violence had shinier clothes and spoke beautifully. Language and acting are the special effects of these flicks. Join us as we cinch up our corsets and put our best calf forward. This is your 'urgent now' break from the 'listless trickle of why nots' that your week gives you.