Happy New Year!
Timmie and Mike ring in 2016 by revealing their top 10 tv picks of 2015 to one another on air. Timmie tries to convince Mike that Other Space and Yahoo Screen are real.
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Podcast and tagged 2008 financial crisis, academy awards, amazon, amy poehler, animated movies, Anomalisa, BBC, bobby moynihan, Broad City, Carrie Brownstein, charlie kaufman, Clive Owen, concussion, damon lindelof, dan harmon, david bowie, Detectorists, Difficult People, dominic west, Fred Armisen, Gaby Hoffman, game change, hbo, hulu, hulu originals, IFC, jay duplass, Jeffrey Tambor, jemaine clement, Labyrinth, lost, Mad Max, Making a Murderer, Man in the High Castle, mark duplass, Master of None, mike bruno, Mozart in the Jungle, netflix, njam, not just a movie, Oscar Isaac, other space, Peaky Blinders, phillip k dick, Portlandia, recount, rick and morty, Robert Durst, ryan jacobi, Show Me A Hero, Showtime, Silicon Valley, sisters, Starz, the affair, The Big Short, the jinx, the knick, the leftovers, timmie cole, tina fey, togetherness, too big to fail, transparent, True Crime, True Crime genre, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, What We Do in the Shadows, will smith, yahoo screen on .
January 13, 2016
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Prometheus versus Alien: Out with the New and in with the Old
I remember watching Ridley Scott’s
Alien (1979) as a kid and being absolutely terrified. Granted I was probably only ten. But with the release of the long awaited Prometheus in 2012 I recently revisited the film, and found myself feeling perhaps not terror, but a great deal of anxiousness as the plot unfolded.