GBU Season 2, Episode 2: Roma

I invited Jon and Kayleigh back to look at the new Alfonso Cuarón film, Roma, which debuted in theaters and on Netflix early in December 2018.

I was excited to see this, and Netflix’s other end-of-year new-release The Ballad of Buster Scruggs by the Coen Brothers. I’m glad we were able to talk about one of those two on the podcast. We also wound up talking about some other good, film-y stuff, like the big film releases at the turn of the century and the fact that Toy Story 4 is coming down the pike. I also wound up roped in to having to watch The Emperor’s New Groove, which we’ll discuss on the show, and we’ve also made plans to do a period piece project with Barry Lyndon and Russian Ark.

We had some technical issues and I just don’t know what’s to be done about it. Audio kept dropping out all throughout the recording. It’s very frustrating to have bought this computer, brand new, in 2016, for the sake of podcasting, and now not only can I not record in Logic, but apparently even Audacity isn’t going to be reliable. I don’t know if it’s a MacOS issue or an issue with my Mac specifically. I could surely use my gaming PC to power recording, but I’m not moving all that shit into the recording room. Thankfully though, the issues weren’t that intrusive.

I don’t have much else to say about this episode, honestly. At least, not right now. But thanks for checking in. Please consider rating and reviewing the show on iTunes or the podcatching service you prefer if it’s an option. It’s also a big help for which we’ll love you forever if you tell a friend to give the show a listen.

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