Fri, 17 April 2020
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back with their social distanced revamped podcast where they talk new movies they've seen, including a classic and cult movie that they have not have ever watched before. This week the guys discuss the 1970 hit "Joe" with Peter Boyle as a violent conservative crank, and the cult movie of renown is 1975's "Bug," the last William Castle-produced movie about killer intelligent fire-starting bugs.
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Episode 260 includes:
-R.I.P. Brian Dennehy, the dad from "Tommy Boy."
-Corona discussion over what the "new normal" might look like in the months to come until a vaccine.
-Nate reviews "The Rhythm Section," "The Platform," and Blumhouse's "Fantasy Island."
-Ben raves about "Freaks" (not the 1930s movie).
-Classic Movie -- "Joe" (1970)
-The guys watch the Oscar-nominated tale of a conservative bigot that urges for the murder of hippies and other social groups he dislikes. Totally not relevant for today's conservative audiences.
-Cult Movie -- "Bug" (1975)
-The guys talk about a William Castle film where bugs have evolved to start fires and attack humans.