Dirty Sons of Pitches

The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are continuing their jaunt through the most awesome decade pf film, the 1990s, and in this episode they're exmaining two movies from 1993, the animated class that introduced Miyazaki to millions of Americans, "My Neighbor Totoro," and the reviled slasher movie "Jason Goes to Hell."

Available on Spotify and Apple

Episode 396 includes:

-Jonathan Majors officially a convicted abuser and now officially fired by Marvel as well. 

-Does anyone care about a "Bevery Hills Cop 4"?

-The critical appeal and "camp value" of Netflix's "May December" is lost on Nate. 

-Ben champions the derided disney movie "Wish" and questions why we needed a "Wonka" prequel.

-By the Decade -- 1993 - "My Neighbor Totoro" / "Jason Goes to Hell"

-The guys discuss why Miyazaki's enchanting animated adevnture still works so well channeling a childlike perspective and a sense of wonder, and then, surprise, come to defend the artistic swings of "Jason Goes to Hell" that had the Friday the 13th fanbse in an uproar. They're wrong, this maligned movie is better. 

Direct download: pitch_396.mp3
Category:By the Decade -- posted at: 11:57am EDT