So, for those of you who haven’t heard the good news, let me be the first to inform you that Betsy Devos, king Trump’s pick for Secretary of Education, has been confirmed. As he promised in his campaign, Emperor Trump is draining the swamp, which…
My dramatic reading of “A Tell Tale Heart” just in time for Halloween.
My dramatic reading of the classic poem by Robert Browning, just in time for Halloween.
This week the honorable Judge Jonathan deliberates on the 1991 Richard Grieco spy/comedy classic If Looks Could Kill. Join us as Dr. Bealer and Jason defend this movie, positing (possibly) that it is a fine satire on both the movie genre and capitalism; while Brian and…
The gang debriefs on Jingle All the Way.
This time the gang puts the Christmas classic/catastrophe “Jingle All the Way” on trial. Will Dr. Bealer talk about her woman’s lit tramp stamp? Will Jonathan defend the film as Turboman? Will the new and improved sound make Jason’s slurring any more coherent? All of these questions will be answered in this episode of “Movies on Trial.”
On this epic recap, find out the answers to all of your unanswered questions: Did judge John Rice enjoy Heaven’s Gate? Did Jonathan make the live recording of this recap? What would Christopher Walken sound like playing Hitler? All these questions and more are just a click a way.
In honor of our latest episode, we present you with a haiku. Brian Matthew Kim has a side-project over on Tumblr where he writes a haiku for every Criterion Collection movie he sees. Here’s the haiku he wrote for Heaven’s Gate.
Circles of dances,
cycles of clashes: victims
of their own classes.