or: Is James Franco the modern Lucille Ball?
Chris and Hunter discuss their collective War Crime It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World with Cajun correspondent Jacob Graves! Chris picks an insanely high-point Southern Stout that’ll make you go “mad” (times 4!). In Special Features, the Dudes discuss what makes a great movie title in (Insert Title Here) – which movie titles do they love, and which do they despise? *PLUS* Fellow Rocky fanboy Jacob Graves gives his take on our inaugural Civil War!
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00:08:56 – Review – It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World
00:35:56 – Beer Recommendation: KBS (Kentucky Breakfast Stout) by Founders Brewing Co.
“Calina” – Sam Means
00:40:06 – Intermission
00:45:23 – Special Features – (Insert Title Here)
“All I Ever Wanted” – Sam Means
01:10:10 – Really Rad Recommendations
Each Tuesday Hunter highlights the best classic films airing in the coming week on TCM.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? Certainly not Buster Keaton, who so far as the cinematic record is concerned wasn’t afraid a’nuthin’. Also, Robert Osborne classes the joint up as only he can.
or: Lord Ratigan was a real self-made monster
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”!
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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
Every Friday Chris hand-selects a streaming recommendation for your weekend.
This Week’s Featured Flick
Buster Keaton’s inventive silent comedy form 1924, Sherlock Jr, on Netflix.