Even the trip to Long Island where we were shooting our scenes felt a little traumatic.
When we started recording these, they were a joke: me, John and Keith would gather in Grassroots and vent whatever was on our minds.
This was the last podcast we did before engaging in a bit of a recording hiatus before our upcoming Oscar Pre-Podcast.
We’re back again after our New Year’s Pubcast/Boys’ Party with a special ode to a newly reborn film festival.
We know you all wait with bated breath for the next time that we gather in bars and shout indiscriminate things at each other.
Flim critics are a dying breed, since they’re either stuck online, being laid off from print publications or going off to Grad School.
This podcast commemorates the one-year-anniversary of Preston Miller’s Jones.
We finally managed to get Eric Kohn on the podcast after food poisoning (mine) and poor planning kept him off.
We’re back again with our official “Best Introductory Segway Ever” and return guest Mike D’Angelo.
We’re back like Death Metal Disco and thrice as evil.
Writer-director Dan Sallitt joins us to discuss his recent retrospective at Krakow’s First Annual Off-Camera Film Festival.
This is our first season finale, so we go out in style with Mike D’Angelo.
We took the time to chat about Canadian director Guy Maddin, with both Vadim and Andrew giving us their thoughts on My Winnipeg.
We’re nearing the end of our first season of recording/drinking/merry-making at Grassroots.
We’re back and we’ve got our first real “special guest” on the podcast: Salon’s Andrew O’Hehir.
Episode 14 is really “Episode Tavern” and I wouldn’t have it any other way.
If a Wookie can fondle a princess, can an Academy Award winner feed a 13-year old a Quaalude?
Preserving a judicious silence interrupted by occasional ill-timed bleating on my behalf, part two is super-delicious and crunchy.
Hello and welcome to one of our more epic episodes, which just happens to be lucky number 13.