January 1st, 2017
GUEST HOST: CHRIS FRED!!!
The whipped cream on top of our last episode, we delve way past Balrog territory on the Stranger Things tip. If the title is not enough - WARNING!! Do NOT listen to this episode unless you have finished the 1st Season of the show currently available.
What else to say? We get to be clear on why we dig this action... Happy 2017, people!
December 12th, 2016
We found a store that wants to work with us! Our need for tasty fizzy lifting drinks is steady for all the films we take in. We have found a Mecca for such things, and an assortment of other sweets as well. It's a wicked place, you gotta go see it.
When you DO go see it - tell 'em you heard about Rocket Fizz from the Cinema Triforce Podcast and they'll give you 10% of your purchase! How 'bout dem apples?! Make it so.
The best thanks you can give us is to support a place that wants to support this show... Thank You everyone -
January 17th, 2016
- No particular movies, but there is a moment or two about Star Wars (no spoilers) -
Along with Star Wars, we spoke of a few things out at the end of the year. Catch some smatterings/recommendations for Creed, The Revanent, The Hateful 8.
A degree or two from a flubisode, we spent some time making sure the new setup worked after a bad audio file made our job super hard in editing. This episode is essentially a spontaneous conversation, but also a peak into how it makes sense that we do this podcast about movies (and maybe not some of the provocative things we discuss here..) . We gave it an introduction so you don't feel like you were dropped in the deep end. The 'outro' risked being as long as the original file once we got going!
The same love went into putting this together, so we hope it feels like it belongs among the rest. Enjoy!
Not quite deleted material, not quite behind the scenes, you may yet come away with some value from listening to our ranting. Heck, you're here and read along this far, right??
November 16th, 2014
The horror is finally behind us, blood-drenched listeners. After enduring six weeks of terror, dread & disgust, how about something to cheer you & raise your spirits?
While it has been said that nothing is perhaps more horrific than actual torrid history, we also find jewels of hope & achievement woven within these same homespun threads.
Mohandas K Gandhi, "Mahatma" or "Bapu" to his friends, was one such jewel. In 1982, Richard Attenborough delivered his 15 years-in-the-making magnum opus unto the world.
It inspired, enchanted, & incited. This feat is indeed worthy of a "Saga" classification. Epic, we might say. We did say. Stop listening to what we're saying.. we mean, listen to all that we say. We have microphones
September 20th, 2014
It can be hard to sort out what to watch on a 1st movie date. This is your short list of what NOT to watch, as the night will end in heated debate. A followup to our Date Night episode some time back (Episode 70), these movies are awesome, but have veeeerrrryyy touchy subjects. Spanning 3 decades, this group deals in different age groups & types of issues. There is also a timely U2 reference for the people with I-Phones.
Note: we skipped over the actor for young Isaiah - Mark John Jeffries. He was in Haunted Manson, Get Rich or Die Tryin', and Notorious. He was excellent in Losing Isaiah playing a child with mental issues being born a 'crack baby.' Barely uttering more than 1 word at a time, he breaks your heart multiple times.
Also, the Lone Wolf McQuade reference was a personal one about Matt mistaking David Carradine for Scott Glenn, but he took for granted that Chris wouldn't see the mistake to tag up on it. Enjoy!
July 13th, 2014
SHPADOINKLE, hungry listeners. Meat means different things to different people. There is an agreement that we probably shouldn't eat each other, but what if it meant life or death?? We looked at 3 examples of how this may have or might yet happen. These are rather far-fetched, so it makes them easier to digest. Let's just hope that none of these instances come to pass again in large quantities (or portions, if you will).
Just 'cause it's taboo don't mean it ain't tasty... Kids, don't try this at home. Or anywhere else.