They tried to silence us! But then we paid our web hosting fees and they were all like, “Do whatever you want, your account is up to date.” So the Film Pigs are back for another groundbreaking, life-changing, time-consuming podcast! This time, we tackle graphic violence in film, discuss important movie news about candy, introduce a fun new segment, Falk puts someone near and dear on trial for Movie Jail, Todd takes us to Straight To DVD Corner, and dead-or-alive you’re cold reading with us!
This time, on a very special episode of The Film Pigs Podcast:
- 0:00:00 – Intro
- 0:00:52 – Movie News
- 0:08:21 – Host Stephen Skelton presents this episode’s theme: Graphic Violence
- 0:29:30 – NEW SEGMENT: Sight Unseen
- 0:34:59 – Stephen Falk presents a case to send someone to Movie Jail
- 0:50:02 – The Nic Cage Memorial Bizarre Line Reading
- 0:53:50 – Tonn Slingdog’s Straight To DVD Corner
- 1:02:50 – A cold reading from RoboCop
- 1:06:26 – Incomplete Synopsis!
- 1:11:51 – The Bottom Five Attempts To Use Graphic Violence For Emotional Impact
- 1:12:38 – A Moment Of Positivity
- 1:13:03 – Outro
8 thoughts on “Podcast #8 – Graphic Violence”
Always love listening to the pigs, keep doing the commentaries and the podcasts.
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Seriously though, loving the podcast. Best thing you guys have ever produced.
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I giggle like an idiot when I hear the intro for the Nic Cage Memorial Bizarre Line Reading. Huge fan of the podcasts, adore the commentaries, wanna have your babies.
Thanks! Will you take care of raise said babies? Because I’m pretty lazy. If so, okay!
I think it was a tremendous mistake to tell Nicolas Cage not to talk to Robert Downey Jr. while locked up with him in the drunk tank of the Robert DeNiro somethingsomething prison. They have a lot to teach each other: Robert Downey can teach Cage the value of carefully choosing projects and building a strong brand, and Cage can show Downey that making interesting choices makes for a more interesting performance. I hope Cage and Downey emerge focused and humbled respectively and make better movies.
My work is boring tonight. Thanks God for the Film Pigs.
I think our fear is that, while ideally a Cage/Downey Jr. meeting would result in them learning from each other’s strengths, the more likely outcome would be them reinforcing each other’s weaknesses and we’d end up with a series of extra-terrible buddy movies.
I’m embarrassed to say no Tomatometer rating could keep me from seeing a Cage/Downey buddy cop comedy.
I’d be there opening night.