Dirty Sons of Pitches

The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are working their way toward the end of the 1970s decade, two films at a time, and it turns out 1977 might be the best one yet with a lesser-known cult comedy from the likes of many Monty Pythom alums, "Jabberwocky," and recently deceased director William Firedkin's epic men on a mission thriller about transporting nitro through the jungle with "Sorceror."

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Episode 390 includes:

-Movies pushed back! Dead Bob Barker and Jimmy Buffet! Danny Masterson sentenced to 30 years! More Godzilla in multiple formats! 

-Ben has broken his strike-prohibition and seen "Blue Beetle" and has some thoughts. 

-Ben's trek back to the films of 2011 yeilds mixed results with "Mr. Popper's Penguins" and the DC animated "Batman Year One."

-By the Decade -- 1977 -- "Jabberwocky" / "Sorcerer"

-The guys discuss the scatershot, Pyton-adjacent medieval comedy from director Terry Gilliam, "Jabberwocky," a mildly interesting preivew of the director's filmmaking to come, and they sing the praises of William Friedkin's balls-to-the-wall action adventure jurney of the soul into hell, the intense "Sorcerer."

Direct download: pitch_390.mp3
Category:By the Decade -- posted at: 10:14am EDT