Dirty Sons of Pitches

The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are back from a month-long hiatus with an explanation, a lot of movies to dish about, and two films from 1978 to discuss, the schlocky double-feaure of Hitler clones with "The Boys From Brazil" and living killer ventriloquist dummies and a young Anthony Hopkins in "Magic."

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Episode 391 includes:

-What's happened since we last recorded? Well, sit down for a bit. Also, the writer's strike is over. 

-Nate runs through seven movies he's seen in the last month, including "No One Will Save You" and the new "Mission: Impossible," while Ben details two obscure movies from the 1960s, one of which almost certainly was the inspiration for the "Mask" comic that later became the Jim Carrey movie. 

-By the Decade -- 1978 -- "The Boys From Brazil" / "Magic"

-Nate celebrates both movies as entertaing and well-executed schlock thrillers with wurprisingly strong if hammy acting, whil Ben quibbles over whether wither should have been less serious given their preposterous premises . 

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Category:By the Decade -- posted at: 3:25pm EDT