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Always enthusiastic, and intermittently intelligent, film and television discussions between former video store clerks. Hosted by Clay Keller and Ryan Marker.

Feb 24, 2016

Pre-code sex farce/ romantic comedies are the focus of this week's show, both starring Miriam Hopkins and both directed with the Ernst Lubitsch "touch," 1932's TROUBLE IN PARADISE and 1933's DESIGN FOR LIVING. Also #AllTheirMovies, Amy Adams edition. Also also Clay misidentifies Fredric March as having been in ALL...

Feb 17, 2016

There are those out there on the internet who say that legendary director Steven Spielberg, despite his unassailable genius, has a propensity to stumble at the finish line, favoring "happy" endings over "good" ones. Clay and Darren put this theory to the test, in a full episode devoted exclusively to...

Feb 10, 2016

Clay makes Darren watch (soon to be) cult comedies HOT ROD and MACGRUBER. What ensues is a respectfully contentious and highly spirited discussion in which they solve comedy. 

Recorded at Vidiots in Santa Monica. 

Feb 3, 2016

"How's the listening, Tommy? Tommy. How's the listening? Tommy, Tommy, Tommy."

Patricia Highsmith's lovable psychopath Tom Ripley is one of fictions most indelible and durable characters, having been reinterpreted by five different actors in five different films since 1960. Clay and Darren dig into four of them, 1960's...