Saturday, September 19, 2020

Train to Busan & Seoul Station


Brothers Drew and Eric talk about the two zombie films release within a month in 2016 and directed by Sang-ho Yeon. Train to Busan is a worth entry into the pantheon of zombie films. Seoul Station takes place in the same universe but the story is… darker.

 

An extra spoiler warning on this one, you’ll want to go into Seoul Station with as little knowledge as possible so maybe skip that section if the movie interests you. Come back and re-listen when you’ve seen it. Or if you don’t want a darker take on a zombie movie let us spoil it for you!

 

Train to Busan starts immediately

Seoul Station goes from 00:43:45 to 1:20:05

 

Housekeeping begins at 1:20:05 and we bring Brother J in to discuss the breaking news of the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg as well as the upcoming Presidential Election, wild fires, picking escapist videogames inappropriately, leeches, fish, going back to school in the flesh, Apple products, and the anticipation of new pets.

 

File length 2:07:27

File Size 94.4 MB

Theme by Jul Big Green via SongFinch

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Saturday, September 12, 2020

NIACW 374 The Discovery (2017)


Brothers J and Eric watched the 2017 Robert Redford, Jason Segal, Rooney Mara film The Discovery so you won’t have to; you’re welcome. There’s plenty to discuss but ultimately the film fails.

Housekeeping begins at 53:05 and involves pouring one out for Bella the dog and Brother J’s world being on fire.

 

File length 1:05:54

File Size 45.7 MB

 

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Saturday, September 5, 2020

NIACW 373 All Is Lost


Brothers J and Drew discuss whether the Robert Redford film All is Lost was an experiment to see if there is a star so powerful, an actor so fine that he can carry a movie both alone and without dialogue. 

 

File length 1:02:52

File Size 48.1 MB

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