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#106 – CHILLERAMA on Blu-ray; GHOST WARRIOR, RUSHMORE and more!

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Hey everyone,

This time around we get to talking about…

Chillerama, featuring directors Adam Rifkin’s Wadzilla, Tim Sullivan’s I Was a Teenage Werebear, Adam Green’s The Diary of Anne Frankenstein and, connecting the aforementioned, Joe Lynch’s Zom-B-Movie

Ghost Warrior (1986), which is new to DVD…

The Big Country (1958), which is new to Blu-ray…

Detective Dee and the Mystery of the Phantom Flame on Blu-ray…

Incident in an Alley (1961), which is new to DVD…

Wes Anderson’s Rushmore, which gets a Blu-ray upgrade from The Criterion Collection

99 And 44/100% Dead and The Nickel Ride

Miranda July’s The Future (Listen to our interview with Ms. July)…

Hamish Linklater and Miranda July consider retrieving their cat from the shelter.

The old South Shore Twin Drive-in in Braintree, Ma, where I saw The Spy Who Loved Me

The Rustic Drive-in in Rhode Island, which (according to John) offered porn in the ’70s. It’s still open…

The Wellfleet Drive-in in Wellfleet, Ma. Also still operating…

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And the Bedrock Drive-in…


IFFBoston 2011 – Ep. #2 – Our interview with Actress/Director Miranda July (‘The Future’)

Miranda July on the set of her new film 'The Future.'

Joining us on the podcast is actor/director/performance artist Miranda July, whose new film The Future screens this evening (Saturday, April 30th) at the Brattle Theater, during the Independent Film Festival Boston.

In this 30-minute interview, we discuss the making of The Future. And, you know… stuff.

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IFFBoston 2011 – Ep. #1 – ‘Stake Land,’ ‘Being Elmo’ and ‘Color Me Obsessed’

The man known as 'Mister' (Nick Damici) leads survivors of a vampire apocalypse to Canada in director Jim Mickle's 'Stake Land.'

Reporting from the Somerville Theater, John and I discuss three films from the first two days of the Independent Film Festival Boston: the documentary Being Elmo (the opening night film), the apocalyptic vampire actioner Stake Land, and the rock doc Color Me Obsessed: An Oral History of The Replacements.

Joining us in our discussion of Color Me Obsessed: An Oral History of the Replacements is my girlfriend, Sarah Pearlstein.

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#69 – Preview of the Independent Film Festival Boston 2011

Miranda July listens for the yell of her illicit, cross-town lover in 'The Future.'

Joining John and me this week is Brian Tamm, Managing Director of The Independent Film Festival Boston. The 9th annual festival runs April 27th through May 4th, with films playing at The Somerville Theater, The Brattle Theater, The Stuart Street Theater and Coolidge Corner.

In this episode, we preview a number of films including Troll Hunter, The Future, 13 Assassins, Bellflower, The Catechism Cataclysm, Trigger, The City Dark, Being Elmo: A Puppeteers’ Journey, Cure for Pain: The Mark Sandman Story, Tatooine, Superheroes, Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop (which closes the festival on May 4th at the Coolidge) and many more.

Please visit IFFBoston.org for a complete list of films, events and to purchase tickets.

We recorded this episode at Panera Bread in Brookline, Ma, across the street from the Coolidge. Our apologies for any obtrusive background noise.

Click on the links below and enjoy the show!