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Join El Goro, part-time luchador and full-time cinephile, as he delves into the broad grassy spaces and massed granite tarns of cinema. Each episode, El Goro discusses two movies tied together by some kind of theme. Action, sci-fi, horror, high-brow, low-brow: it's all fair game.
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Sep 11, 2016

On this episode of the Talk Without Rhythm Podcast I kick-off a series of episodes devoted to 70s Sci-Fi with two movies exploring themes of isolation and anxiety: 1971's The Omega Man and 1972's Silent Running. I also hear from my listeners concerning the death of the cinematic experience and provide my thoughts on how it can be saved.

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[00:00] INTRO

[01:26] Dissecting Worlds Promo

[03:34] RANDOM CONVERSATION

  • Rant in Geek Minor: The Death (and Rebirth) of the Cinematic Experience

[34:57] The Omega Man (1971)

[01:05:48] Silent Running (1972)

[01:32:37] FEEDBACK

  • The Beautiful Thing That Awaits Us All by Laird Barron

[02:05:39] ENDING MUSIC: Executioner's Lullaby by The Deadites

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