Thu, 30 June 2022
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are examining two less-than-familiar movies for this week's edition of Switch the Pitch, starting with 1995's "Memory Run," where a man has his consciousness transplanted into the body of his dead lover, and then 2006's "Fay Grim" by indie auter Hal Hartley.
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Episode 349 includes:
-So who cares about 50 years of legal precedent anyway? Ramifications of the Roe v. Wade decision being overturned by the Supremes.
-Nate runs through a littany of okay-to-dull movies like "Spiderhead," "Crimes of the Future," and "Cha Cha Real Smooth."
-Ben declares "Elvis" his favorite Baz Luhrman movie.
-Switch the Pitch -- "Memory Run" / "Fay Grim"
-The guys discuss the 1995 direct-to-video sci-fi action movie from a trans perspective and also Hal Hartley's 2006 "Fay Grim," a sequel to "Henry Fool" and a winky ironic satire of spy movies, and then the guys combine major elements into a new concept better than both.