Thu, 23 July 2020
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are putting on their dancing shoes and taking just about everything off for the movies featured on this episode. For the classic, the guys discuss the 1972 Oscar-winning musical "Cabaret," and then for the cult movie, it's one of the most notorious names in modern cinema, 1995's "Showgirls," a film that tainted many careers forever after.
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Episode 273 includes:
-Fox News hit with another sexual harassment lawsuit.
-Nate details the merits of a movie titled "Killer Raccoons 2." It was a slow week.
-Ben says "The Relic" is a decent horror film that would have been better without its horror twist.
-Classic Film -- "Cabaret" (1972)
-The Broadway hit translated to the big screen earned Oscars for director Bob Fosse, Liza Minelli, Joel Grey, but does it actually, maybe.... suck?
-Cult Film -- "Showgirls" (1995)
-The notorious NC-17 romp through the hell of being a showgirl in Las Vegas. Stick around for a surprisingly deep discussion on the nature and responsibility of depicting rape and sexual violence in media.