The "Dirty Sons of Pitches" are down one son, but while Ben may be snowed in, Eric and Nate do their best to carry on in his name and legacy. The guys take a long look at documentary filmmaking and some of their favorite docs, as well as what it takes to make a great documentary. They then pitch their own doc films and series, with a brief contribution from Ben, and then play a round of Adapt the Unadaptable taking famous docs and transfering them into fictional features.
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Epsiode 72 includes:
-Ben is absent, reporting from the Russian Olympics. Or a Russian prison. Probably prison.
-Tarantino's new script leaks onto the Net and now he wants to take his ball and go home.
-Eric and Nate discuss a new so-bad-it's-good cult movie in the making, Neil Breen's "Fateful Findings." You'll never look at laptops the same way again.
-Eric talks about the documentary "Bronies" and Nate catches up with Oscar-niminated doc, "The Act of Killing."
-The guys discuss in greater detail what makes a good documentary, the likes of Errol Morris and Michael Moore and Alex Gibney, change fostered thanks to docs, and some of their favorites.
-This Week's Pitch -- Documentaries!
-Eric pitches a look at conservative comedians and a film following the real-life "Wrestler."
-Nate pitches a behind-the-scenes doc series resurrecting some of the worst movies of all time by the people involved who bare the scars.
-Ben pitches a look at shark surfers, the most badass thing you can do on the water.
-This Week's Game -- Adapt the Unadaptable!
-Eric and Nate take three popular documentaries (2004's "Super Size Me and "Farenheit 9/11," 2013's "Blackfish") and adapt them into fictional features.
Direct download: pitch_72.mp3
-- posted at: 10:19pm EST