Dirty Sons of Pitches

The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are once more tackling two similar movies released closely, this time the twins of 1998 college murder schemes, with the more star-studded "Dead Man on Campus" plays its premise for lackluster dark comedy, the indie noir thiller "The Curve," formerly titled "Dead Man's Curve," is an absurd movie that overdoses on twists that undo every logical aspect about the plotting, all in the name of being seen cool but failing so badly. It's a new favorite of Ben's, and maybe it will be for you too.

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Episode 364 includes:

-We've lost a key Power Ranger. It's mournin' time.

-Nate shares thoughts on "The Menu," "My Son Hunter," "Black Panther 2," and "Smile."

-Disney's "Strange World" is a movie best worth waiting for being on TV.

-Double or Nothing -- "Dead Man on Campus" / "The Curve"

-The guys discuss the two weirdly similar movies, both about schemes to get straights As by pushing a collegiate roommate to kill themself, and one of them is a middling dark comedy and the other is one of the most hilariously ridiculous examples of twist-overdose Tarantino-knockoff neo-noir that the late 90s indie scene has to offer. Ben declares "The Curve" a new addition to his favorite so-bad-it's-good movies.

Direct download: pitch_364.mp3
Category:Double or Nothing -- posted at: 7:16pm EST