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Aug 18, 2018

Episode 5A: Sergeant Murphy (1938)


Bryan Foy's B-movie unit at Warner Brothers churned out some of the best bottom-of-the-bill features of the late 1930s, but B. Reeves Eason's "Horseratio Alger" tale Sergeant Murphy is kind of a nag. Nevertheless, this seldom seen army/racing/equine buddy film is a crucial item in...

Aug 17, 2018

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"Blue Moon Revisited (Song for Elvis)" - Cowboy Junkies

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Aug 11, 2018

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Our second Reagan/Dwan collaboration is far inferior to Tennessee's Partner, despite some fine directorial touches and characteristically brilliant open air cinematography from John Alton, but it does furnish your hosts with a...

Aug 10, 2018

In our final episode on The Filth, we cover issue #13 and then circle back in an effort to gain a tentative foothold on Morrison's masterful meta-matter-mound. Among the topics of discussion: man and cat tales, the political valences and silences of the text, and a lengthy, semi-lucid interrogation of the...

Aug 4, 2018

When proletarian Warner Brothers hightails it to the Ozarks, things can only go two ways: toward tragedy or rough mockery. Swing Your Lady offers a touch of the former (thanks primarily to genuine chemistry between unlikely screen lovers Louise Fazenda and Nat Pendleton), and a whole mess of the latter. There's not much...