POP POP MOO
Amongst the advent of the Hare/Tortoise feud, another assassination attempt, and a questionable account of Bugs’ adolescence, we discover that Austro-Hungarian actor Peter Lorre took a terrible secret to his grave. Meanwhile Tweety, who’s finally sprouted his iconic yellow feathers, has finally met his match.
The first film in our Ben Wheatley season is his cinematic debut, DOWN TERRACE. We offer contrasting reviews in perhaps surprising directions (given our PP form), and then spend time talking about different attitudes to masculinity, what it means to be part of a family unit, and how this film ? for all its apparent […]
In episode 3, Mike and Cal take a look at a very new style making waves in the beer world. With characteristics like hazy, fruity and even dank the New England IPA is delicious and easy drinking, but big, full and smooth.
In this particularly baffling episode, Chris and Cal struggle to make sense of what they’re seeing, but a level-headed bulldog acts as a beacon of hope. An exploration into Pepé Le Pew reveals not only the extent of his desires but also may confirm and earlier theory about his true identity.
This week we conclude our Baz Luhrmann season with his most recent film, 2013’s THE GREAT GATSBY. We have disparate opinions on this, and differing levels of familiarity with the story, but then we move onto a discussion of the movie’s presentation of different ideas about wealth, concepts of class and race on-screen in various […]
It’s a mystery heavy episode this week – Who wrote the good, comprehensive tome of hypnosis? Which Porky is most likely to have an ICBM in his kitchen? What did Bugs whisper to Elmer? Whatever it was, I bet it was just right.
This week our focus shifts to Luhrmann’s sweeping Antipodean magnum opus, AUSTRALIA. We sort of already know what there is to be said about this film, so we spend a lot of time talking about the movie’s politics, its visuals, and how it tries to do many different things, but doesn’t always succeed ? and […]