Here’s our episode reviewing a feel-good dramatization of a feel-good situation involving the feelingest-good man, Fred Rogers.Continue reading “GBU Season 2, Episode 18: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”
I spoke about this movie on, I believe, the first Christmas special episode of the podcast we ever did, and I was enthusiastic about it at the time. I’ve only become more fond of it since then. Why bring it up now?Continue reading “Brian's Exploratory Christmas Endeavor '19: It's a Wonderful Life”
Well, this is surprising.
Netflix has something new among this year’s deluge of new Christmas movies: a Christmas sitcom!Continue reading “Brian's Exploratory Christmas Endeavor '19: Merry Happy Whatever (Episodes 1-3)”
Well, this is interesting. Did you know there was a Christmas Prince extended universe? Or that within that universe Netflix exists and has Christmas movies? Which are the same ones you can watch in this real universe? Wow.Continue reading “Brian's Exploratory Christmas Endeavor '19: The Knight Before Christmas”
In this, which I consider to be an absolutely delightful bonus episode, I agreed to share this awful picture from my high school art class portfolio, where we were asked to draw self-portraits and to have them introduce us. So. Here it fucking is.
And here’s the photo I was alluding to, which was taken around the same year or perhaps the year after, when I was on an Art Club field trip out of state. I hope you’re happy, you bastards.
Finally! A proper unmitigated disaster of a recording! Finally! Something to struggle against! Something to win! This was the episode…that almost wasn’t!
I went to see Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit with Jon and Brooke, and a couple of Brooke’s friends, and we were all excited to record, but couldn’t get it done that evening. We converged in the Dayton Upstairs Recording Studio a few days later and set up to record with a template that I’d made so I wouldn’t have to set the project up fresh every time. And I firmly believe that’s where things went to shit.Continue reading “GBU Season 2, Episode 17: Jojo Rabbit”
This time around we look at Robert Eggers’ sophomore picture, The Lighthouse, starring Willem Defoe and Robert Pattinson. It’s an absolutely crazy picture. Some are calling it the best film of the year. What did we think? Actually, our opinions were pretty divided!Continue reading “GBU Season 2, Episode 16: The Lighthouse”