Operation Kino 122: TV vs. Film, And When Animals Attack
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00:00-00:30 Lightning Round
1:12 - 11:38 Patches' tidbit: Lost Highway and scary movies
12:32 - 21:26 Da7e's tidbit: The "pizza dog" issue of Hawkeye
21:47 - 29:35 Have all of this year's blockbusters sucked?
30:05 - 47:34 When will gay rights come to movies?
47:54 - 50:29 Goodbye!
This week's music:
"Phenomena" by The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
"Red Dress (Glitch Mob Remix)" by TV on the Radio This week, we revisit the debate between TV and film, and wonder if one format is gaining on the other in terms of capturing the public imagination. David catches us up on his recent cinematic visit to North Korea, Patches is scared to death of David Lynch's Lost Highway, we go over the good and bad of Guillermo del Toro, and we pick our favorite "when animals attack" moments in honor of a deer peeing on Adam Sandler in Grown Ups 2
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