This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I have another Patreon Pick. This time, TWoRP Legionnaire Walpole the Everywhere requested I take a look at the 2017 Luc Besson film Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. And since I clearly misjudged the age of the protagonists in Valerian I decided to pair it with 2013's Ender's Game.
[02:24] Tales from the Podcast Promo
[03:03] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[14:14] Ender's Game (2013)
[37:24] Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)
[01:04:14] ENDING MUSIC: Behind Space '99 by In Flames
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm fulfilling a Patreon Pick from TWoRP Legionnaire Richard P. Richard P. selected 1930's Ladies of Leisure so I decided to make it a Frank Capra double-feature by pairing it with 1939's Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.
[02:53] Chin Stroker Vs Punter Promo
[03:52] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[16:35] Ladies of Leisure (1930)
[42:54] Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)
[01:19:05] ENDING MUSIC: New America by Bad Religion
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm joined by my good bud Hutch to discuss two musical mockumentaries: 1984's This is Spinal Tap and 2016's Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.
That is if we can find the stage...
[02:08] Trick or Treat Radio Promo
[03:25] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[17:02] This is Spinal Tap (1984)
[53:02] Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016)
[01:57:04] ENDING MUSIC: Stonehenge by Spinal Tap
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm dialing up a Woody Harrelson (and Bill Murray) double-feature to service a Patreon Pick from Brent G. On deck is 1996's Kingpin and 2009's Zombieland.
Grab yer Twinkies and nut up or shut up.
[02:08] CromCast Promo
[02:53] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[07:40] Kingpin (1996)
[30:05] Zombieland (2009)
[56:25] ENDING MUSIC: Zombie Zoo by Tom Petty
This week on the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I'm diving back into the pool of Patreon Picks. This time I'm joined by TWoRP Elite Patron Brett Mikael of the Brettro Culture blog and podcast, who selected Martin Scorsese's After Hours from 1985 and David Lynch's Blue Velvet from 1986.
Two compelling glimpses of the darkness lurking just around the corner of the American Dream. Two first-time watches for me. One damn fine conversation.
[01:28] Strange Highways Promo
[02:02] RANDOM CONVERSATION
[12:26] After Hours (1985)
[52:03] Blue Velvet (1986)
[02:00:20] ENDING MUSIC: In Dreams by Roy Orbison