Wed, 23 March 2022
A special new podcast subset featuring Nate and his father. "My Dad & the Movies" is a ten-part series where Nate and his father, George, discuss a movie of his father's choice, maybe a favorite or a formative work that made him the cinephile he is, and father and son can talk about their shared love of the movies. Next is the sci-fi film noir masterpiece and one of Roger Ebert's favorite films, 1998's stylish "Dark City."
Available on Spotify and Apple
Sat, 19 March 2022
They've gone and done it. The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are giving noted filmmaker Brian DePalma a final chance to impress them, so each of the guys has selected a DePalma film to review and ask, once and for all, is it time to put the nails in the coffin when it comes to ever watching more DePalma movies?
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Episode 340 includes:
-Ms. Marvel trailer! Mike Myers is back at comedy!
-"Drive My Car" is too meandering for its own good.
-The guys have different takes on Pixar's "Turning Red"
-Nail in the Coffin -- Brian DePalma
-The guys discuss at length two DePalma thrillers, 1980's "Dressed to Kill" and 1992's "Raising Cain," and they go over their many problems with DePalma as a storyteller and filmmaker as he keeps going back to the Hitchcock "Psycho" well again and again.
Sun, 13 March 2022
The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are rolling into March with a new Batman movie to talk plenty about, re-examining the many, many issues and discomforts of the 2002 sex comedy "Sorority Boys," as well as living out the harrowing 2016 thriller "Green Room" with Patrick Stewart as a skinhead Nazi leader. Fortunately, the guys have no shortage of things to say to make up for the lack of March episodes thus far. Enjoy.
Episode 339 includes:
-Ryan Coogler mistaken for robbing a bank? What?
-"Marry Me" is a rom-com that suffers from the total lack of chemistry from both of its leads.
-A whole lot to say about Matt Reeves' whole lot of Batman.
-Switch the Pitch -- "Sorority Boys" / "Green Room"
-The guys discuss the nervy 2016 siege thriller by writer/director Jeremy Sauliner and the abhorrent 2002 men-in-drag sex comedy that we are all better forgetting about, and then they combine both movies into a brand-new creative project on the spot.