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Operation Kino 118: Is Vulgar Auteurism Really A Thing?

This week the gang's all back together, and we celebrate by forcing David-- and everyone else-- to talk about this hot next thing called Vulgar Auteurism, and whether or not it actually is a thing. Plus tidbits from Katey about the upcoming adaptation of the book Serena and from Da7e about why you can't buy Indiana Jones movies individually. And Film Centipede makes a return, with a DC Comics slant. All that plus a lightning round inspired by great cameos in movies.

To catch up on Vulgar Auteurism, and the Internet conversation that has surrounded it, this is a pretty good place to start. Also, you should totally read Serena, it's great.

Take a listen below and find your downloading options; for more from all of us, you can follow the show (@opkino), Da7e (@da7e), David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner), Patches (@misterpatches) and Katey (@kateyrich) on Twitter.

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00:00-00:52 Lightning Round

1:34 - 11:33 Katey's tidbit: Serena and how to cast book adaptations

11:45 - 22:01 Da7e's tidbit: Why can't you get the Indiana Jones movies a la carte?

22:28 - 26:15 Film Centipede, DC Comics edition

26:57 - 45:22 Vulgar Auteurism: Is it really a thing?

45:35 - 48:06 Goodbye!

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This week's music:

Suit and Tie (Dillon Frances Remix)