or: Never trust a man who dresses like Fred from”Scooby Doo”
Hunter and Chris give thanks for Hunter’s War Crime, Peter Bogdanovich’s 1973 conman con-medy Paper Moon. Chris preaches the good news of an Okie-based, Bible-themed brew, (plus an old-school sodey pop that pairs well with your coney island), while Hunter condemns the sartorial sin known as the Ascot. In Special Features, the Dudes discuss the Hollywood New Wave in Surviving the Seventies – why did some 70s era filmmakers continue to thrive, while others simply faded away? *PLUS* Hunter and Chris share what movie events they’re thankful for in 2015!
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00:08:48 – Review – Paper Moon
Rent Paper Moon: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play
00:31:54 – Beer Recommendation: Bible Belt by Prairie Artisan Ales
BONUS Beverage Recommendation: Peach Nehi paired with a couple “coney islands”
“Waitin’ on a Train” – Ben Wilson & The Kimberlies
00:35:48 – Special Features – Surviving the Seventies
“Wastin’ Time” – Ben Wilson & The Kimberlies
00:58:52 – Really Rad Recommendations
- George Lucas Explains Why He’s Done Directing Star Wars Movies by Joanna Robinson on vanityfair.com
- William Friedkin on Here’s the Thing with Alec Baldwin
- Peter Bogdanovich on WTF with Marc Maron
- “Watch This, Not That!” (AFI Top 100 edition) List on Letterboxd from /r/truefilm
- Alamo 100 from Alamo Drafthouse (also on Letterboxd) – Chris confused this film list and the one above during the Surviving the Seventies conversation. Both are worth looking through.
- Michael Jackson + Robert Evans = present day Michael Cimino
- Did nobody say anything wrong on this episode…or are they both just too stupid to know?