As usual, we had no plans for recording, and no HAP, so we just turned on the mics and chatted for awhile.
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Pre-show Ramblings #2: The Creating Rem Lazar blu-ray (with David Leninhawk)
For the curious (and the masochistic): And the Red Letter Media episode that started it all:
Commentary track for Equinox (1970).
Come along as we experience Equinox (1970) for the first time! Believe it or not, this film is part of The Criterion Collection! Watch along for free on YouTube:
Trash for the Masses #5: Equinox with special guest David Leninhawk.
Join us for a special edition of Trash for the Masses as we discuss 1970’s Equinox, a low-budget horror film from three college students who “repurposed” $6500 of their tuition money to make this film. Features early visual effects work from artists who would go on to work on Star Wars, Laserblast, and Jurassic Park.Continue reading “Trash for the Masses #5: Equinox with special guest David Leninhawk.”
Ranking Every Pink Floyd Album, Pt 2
Finishing off our ranking of Pink Floyd albums with the top 7!
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Ranking Every Pink Floyd Album, Pt 1
Chris & Nate talk about one of our favorite bands, Pink Floyd. We go through a ranking Nate made and discuss every studio record the band put out during it’s 50+ year career. First of a two part discussion.
Movies We Like: The Andromeda Strain (1971)
Come along as we talk about one of our favorite films, The Andromeda Strain from 1971. A true science fiction film in every sense of the word and worth checking out. HAP here. I’m adding some clips from YouTube to show off the plot and the amazing cast!
Pre-show musings #1: When a movie is ruined by movie goers.
The first in a new series of snippets of our conversations before recording an episode. In this, we talk about going to the movies in the theater only to have to deal with fellow theater patrons.
How classic rock artist’s sound changed over the years.
Nothing ever stays the same and that is true of music, as well. Over the years, the artists we grew up with grow and change. But is it always for the better?