Nicholas Brandt, co-director of the independent thriller RIGHT NEXT DOOR pops in for a humdinger of an episode. Will makes up for losttime with a tirade that would make a sailor blush and Sean gets a little overlyenthused with ideas for MAGIC MIKE spin offs. We ponder who watches the Watchmen and who watches the Sorkin. Eventually all descends into entropy and chaos. Enjoy the ride.
Saturday, June 30, 2012
Saturday, June 23, 2012
Daniel Zana, director of the documentary THE VINYL FRONTIER explains what the hell vinyl toys are and why people pay so much money for them. Will makes a promise that he later regrets. Sean displays his intimate knowledge of 70s soul singers. In the end we just end up reciting a list of all of Stephen King's books. Yes, we know the sound is messed up. Deal with it.
Friday, June 15, 2012
Saturday, June 9, 2012
Becca Battoe, the oh-so innocent voice of the 50 SHADES OF GREY audio books, introduces us to a world of sexual perversion. TRUE BLOOD is coming back, and Sean doesn’t care. Will asks people to kindly stop eating other people, and some now obsolete sports predictions are made. Despite popular belief, we are NOT visionary prophets with knowledge of the future.
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Barry Wernick the writer of GRANDMA'S BOY and of the television show RULES OF ENGAGEMENT schools us on the ins and outs of sitcom writing. Will buys music even as he bemoans the state of televised singing. Sean muses wistfully over a single green light, minute and faraway, that might have been the end of a dock.