Each Tuesday Hunter highlights the best classic films airing in the coming week on TCM.
Evil Nazis. Deranged gangsters. The wild west. Nope, I’m not describing a Quentin Tarantino film fest. It’s this week’s Turner Classic Tuesday!
Hunter has disappeared off the face of the Earth, so Chris’s bayou-bestie, Jacob Graves, stops by for a better-late-than-never review of Mad Max: Fury Road, Chris interviews musician-turned-filmmaker Beau Jennings about his new film The Verdigris: In Search of Will Rogers, and the dudes basically just list off a bunch of movie characters cursed with ambition in Special Features.
Apologies for the sound quality throughout this episode. In deciding to do a last minute remote recording with Jacob we ran into a few technical issues.
00:01:59 – Review – Mad Max: Fury Road
Beer Recommendation: East IPA – Brooklyn Brewery
00:32:16 – Interview – Beau Jennings
00:42:18 – Special Features – Ambition Addicts
01:00:12 – Really Rad Recommendations
So I was reviewing TCM’s schedule this week, and all of the movies that spoke to me were directed by John Huston. And then John Huston (well, his ghost) would probably backhand me for saying “spoke to me” like some hippie, then sip straight whisky, shoot an elephant, and father a bunch of children.
Chris and Hunter review Hunter’s War Crime – David Lynch’s 1986 Blue Velvet. In Special Features, The Dudes discuss What Makes A Memorable Villain? Also, they set the stage for the first-ever Summer Shandy Chug Off.
Drinking Game Idea – Take a shot every time someone says “Roger Ebert”!
00:03:22 – Review – Blue Velvet
Beer Recommendation: Pabst Blue Ribbon – Pabst Brewing Company
00:33:57 – Special Features – Memorable Movie Villains
00:52:23 – Really Rad Recommendations