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Bonus Episode: The Tiger King

March 31st, 2020

Hello dear listeners! As Oklahoma natives, we thought it would be a must to talk about the recent Netflix Original docuseries The Tiger King about Oklahoma public figure, political figure, big cat figure, and all around character Joe Exotic. We are based only a couple of hours from Wynnewood, Oklahoma where the zoo Joe owned is located. We dive into the figures presented, how it works as a documentary, and how it feels to watch as Oklahomans. So, kick back and enjoy our discussion of The Tiger King

Archdiocese Ep. 0: Setup and the Hook

March 28th, 2020

Hello dear listener, we're doing something different for Patreon as we're kicking off our first-ever actual play podcast. Over the coming months (maybe more frequent), we're going to be taking you on a supernatural journey as we play Monster of the Week. 

Episode 0 is going to be made available and free to all, so you can decide if you'd like to become a Patreon for future episodes. Future monthly episodes will be available at the $3 dollar tier. If you're interested, please go to www.patreon.com/GTM

Monster of the Week is a RPG designed to be like your favorite spoopy shows, Supernatural, Buffy, X-Files etc. 

We're kicking off with Episode 0 which is all about the characters and the gameplay. Arthur will be playing the Keeper (GM) and Dalton and Dustin are the main characters. 

We hope you enjoy this adventure. 

Our intro and outro is:

Horizons by Scott Buckley | https://soundcloud.com/scottbuckley

Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.com

Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

Ep. 360: A Taxi Driver (2017)

March 26th, 2020

Its the final reprise as Song of Praise comes to an end on episode 360. We're jumping ahead to 2017, to see a more mature and nuanced Song Kang-ho leading in A Taxi Driver. Inspired by true events, Song stars as Mr. Kim, a Seoul taxi driver who is looking for a lucrative fare. It comes in the form of a German journalist who hopes to sneak in to Gwangju and cover the protests in the area. Their two ideologies clash as Mr. Kim has to face his government and country from a new perspective. This week, we're talking historical pictures, Oscar bait, the politics of Gwangju, and much, much more as we wrap up our look at one of Korea's best, Song Kang-ho in A Taxi Driver. 

Ep. 359: The Host (2006)

March 19th, 2020

Song of Praise continues this week with a look at Bong Joon-ho's monster hit, The Host from 2006. The story of a father chasing a sea mutant in order to get his daughter back hits many of the marks of a Bong Joon-ho film, including economic displacement, class struggle, and human interaction. It also tacks on economic factors focusing on the what if based on real life events following the dumping of chemicals by American forces. We're tapping into all of those big Es on the eye chart, before diving into a discussion of how the film functions as a monster movie, while also discussing its subversions of the genre. Tune in as we go through another verse of this very fun marathon focusing on Song Kang-ho. 

Ep. 358: Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002)

March 12th, 2020

Song of Praise continues into the next chorus on episode 358 as we take a look at Song Kang-ho in the first chapter of Park Chan-wook's Vengeance Trilogy. That's right, this week we're discussing the 2002 revenge thriller that led us to OldboySympathy for Mr. Vengeance is the first in a spiritual trilogy of revenge tales that engage with the cycles of violence that we find ourselves in and fascinated by. Ryu needs money, so he kidnaps Mr. Park's daughter—a move that will lead both men down a path to revenge. This week, we're talking violence, class warfare, and much more as we dissect Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance. 

Ep. 357: The Foul King (2000)

March 5th, 2020

Welcome to Episode 357 of the GenreCast! This week, we're going to be starting our Song of Praise marathon dedicated to the work of the great Song Kang-ho. The illustrious Korean star has had a career spanning decades and reached even greater acclaim with the stateside Korean hit, Parasite. In honor to celebrate Song and Parasite, we're looking at four other films Song starred in, starting with The Foul KingThe Foul King focuses on an everyman loser who sets out to find something more. That something more turns out to be professional wrestling, and soon Dae-ho is confident inside and outside the ring. But that confidence soon comes at a cost. Join us this week as we explore professional wrestling, inside baseball, capitalism, and much more as we discuss Kim Jee-woon's The Foul King. 

Ep. 356: Upgrade (2018)

February 27th, 2020

Episode 356 is a celebration of Leigh Whannell in anticipation of the newly released Invisible Man. That's right, this week we're talking all about the high-concept action horror Upgrade. It's your classic revenge thriller meets Venom as Logan Marshall-Green gets an upgrade and goes to work on some two-bit crooks. We talk about our reactions and then open it up on the analysis table. This week, we're talking androids and AI, fridging, Blumhouse, and much more. Tune in now!

Ep. 355: To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar (1995)

February 20th, 2020

On episode 355 of the GenreCast, we're crossing the country with style and flare. The movie? To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar. The title is a mouthful and the movie is a lot, but we have a good time doing our best opening this one up for analysis. We start unofficially getting into the layers in our review section, which then carries over into our Syllabus Expansion and finally business time. We've also got notes from our beloved Alexandra Bohannon who was going to be on this week, until her schedule got shaken up at the last minute. But, prepare us she did. This week, Dalton coins the term "Rainbow Face" to allude to a cisgender and/or heterosexual performer playing outside their identified spectrum. We also get into questions of race, as well as economics. Dustin also spends time analyzing Sheriff Dollard as well. As three cis white men, we know it's not completely in our realm, but we do our best to analyze and discuss To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar. Enjoy!

TwiLit Ep. 3 - “Don’t You Think You Would Notice If You Had No Soul?!”

February 19th, 2020

Hello Twi-hards, and welcome to another episode of TwiLit! Your favorite cohorts are back to talk all about Swans and Cullens as Kirsten and Erin take on Twilight: New Moon. That's right, our fearless hosts are pushing on to the second entry in the Twilight Cinematic Universe(?). They're asking all the right questions and probably coming up with all the wrong answers. But, it's a good time nonetheless! So, tune in as they delve into all things Twilight: New Moon.  

Ep. 354: Out of Sight (1998)

February 13th, 2020

Happy Valentine's Day! We're back and love is in the air this week as we look at a tale of star-crossed lovers. This week, we're taking a look at Steven Soderbergh's Out of Sight. This Clooney-Lopez charmer has us talking about style, noir, the male gaze, race and much more. Tune in now to hear our thoughts about Out of Sight.

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