Thu, 28 May 2020
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are staying away from tall building ledges and looking out for psychedelic color swaths thanks to this week's classic movie, 1958's "Vertigo" by director Alfred Hitchcock. They both share a differing opinion on the appraisal of this classic. Then the cult movie for this week is the 1987 family film, "*batteries not included." One of these two movies charmed the pants off the boys, and the other is named "Vertigo."
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Episode 265 includes:
-There, in fact, eventually, maybe, be a Snyder Cut after all.
-Ben raves about the indie horror movie "The Wretched."
-Nate says Glenn Danzig's "Verotkia" is one of the worst movies he has ever seen.
-Ben does not fall for "The Lovebirds."
-Classic Movie -- "Vertigo" (1958)
-Alfred Hitchcock's revered tale of one man, a fear of heights, and two mysterious women.
-Cult Movie -- "*batteries not included" (1987)
-What happens when a family of robots befriends an apartment building full of colorful New York characters? Pure whimsical delight.