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The Film Pigs Podcast #11: Science Fiction

FilmPigs_AlbumArtV4_Podcast_1400So we got these fancy new microphones that look like little silver thermoses and spent about 3 hours huddled in front of Falk’s Mac trying to get them to work in GarageBand, because we’re professionals. We think the result speaks for itself: our self-centered ramblings sound so much better! This episode, the Pigs use their new equipment to discuss Science Fiction in movies. Plus, news, Movie Jail, the return of the cold reading, and more!

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Credit Due: Tarantino saves LA’s New Beverly Cinema

“As long as I’m alive, and as long as I’m rich, the New Beverly will be there, showing double features in 35mm,” Tarantino said. (from The Hollywood Reporter)

He’d already been paying the rent for some time, then just bought the place outright to keep the family-run place going. I’ve bashed his last few movies, but have to give the man credit for walking the walk. You don’t see Paul McCartney taking out his ludicrously giant wallet to save Abbey Road.

MOVIE REVIEW: Inglourious Basterds (2009)

The Film Pigs trudge to the cineplex with a vain hope that they will be treated to the Reservoir Dogs/Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino but get Death Proof Quentin instead. Nazi-nazi-nazi. Talk-talk-talk. Bore-bore-bore. Explosion. Scalping. Sigh… (IMDb)

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