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Green Room – GTGC #288

October 21st, 2018

Part 3 of our 7th annual Shocktober Marathon sees us discussing Dalton's choice, Green Room. This Saulnier film is a favorite amongst the hosts, and we were each excited to revisit it. In this episode, we highlight our favorite cinematic musicians, in honor of the Ain't Rights. Then, we get into analysis. We talk about punk music and the subculture. We also discuss Saulnier's approach to violence. Finally, we end the conversation with a discussion of nazis, of course.

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Paranormal Activity – GTGC #287

October 13th, 2018

Episode 287 of the GenreCast continues the Shocktober 7 marathon with a look at Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity from 2007. Dustin decided ghosts and found footage was the way to go for the second entry in our 7th annual Shocktober marathon. We quickly discuss whether we like the film or not, and then break into our game. This week's game is a discussion of our favorite cinematic demons. Finally, we get down to business to break open Paranormal Activity. Topics of found footage, film mythos, masculinity and more come up as we discuss Oren Peli's Paranormal Activity. 

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The Ring (2002) - GTGC #286

October 6th, 2018

Episode 286 of the GoodTrash GenreCast kicks of the 7th Annual Shocktober Marathon. Each of the hosts have decided to pick a favorite horror film for the month before ending with something special. The boys set the spooky season into motion with Arthur's Shocktober pick, Gore Verbinkski's The Ring. In this episode, the boys discuss viral media, urban legends, parenting and much more. They also play their weekly game, this time discussing spooky technology. Tune in to hear more about Gore Verbinski's The Ring!

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Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail and Joe Versus the Volcano, Pt. 2 – GTGC #285

October 1st, 2018

Episode 285 of the GoodTrash GenreCast sees Dalton, Dustin and Arthur finishing their discussion of the Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks love trilogy. They dive deep into the three films and try to break them open, one by one to discover if there's anything worth discussing. This is a continuation of Episode 284, so there are no games or review in this episode, it is all analysis. So, jump in to hear us talk about Joe Versus the Volcano, Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail! 

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Sleepless in Seattle, You’ve Got Mail and Joe Versus the Volcano, Pt. 1 – GTGC #284

September 20th, 2018

Episode 284 is the first in a two part look at the Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks Romantic Comedy Trilogy: Joe Versus the Volcano, Sleepless in Seattle and You've Got Mail. We initially planned to only talk about Sleepless in Seattle then called an audible before recording. Similar to our Spider-Man Trilogy Two Parter, the first entry on the Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan trilogy is our review and thoughts on the individual films and how they work together as a trilogy. We then play our game by recounting our favorite moments from the three movies. We don't hit many rom-coms on the show, but this week we made a very fun exception. How do these films hold up? Tune in to find out. And tune in next week to here our full analysis on the three films. 

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Reign of Fire – GTGC #283

September 20th, 2018

On Episode 283 of the GenreCast, the gang looks at the 2002 action-fantasy movie, Reign of Fire. Reign of Fire is set in the near future and stars Matthew McConaughey, Gerard Butler, and Christian Bale. This week, we quickly review Reign of Fire, and then play our game. The game plays off the three star personas of Bale, Butler, and McConaughey. After that we offer our Reign of Fire analysis, and discuss the movies politics, themes and ideals. 

Does the film still fly high? Tune in to find out our thoughts on Reign of Fire!

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GTGC #282 Revenge of the Green Dragons

September 7th, 2018

We keep the Asian-cinema going this week with a look at a film distributed by wunderkind studio, A24. In recent years, A24 has become the new Miramax, boasting a near flawless record of critically-acclaimed indie darings. They made kicked off with a bang, dropping the cult hit Spring Breakers. But has their success and praise always been deserving? We go back to 2014, the second year of A24, and look at the 15th movie they distributed in that short time span, Revenge of the Green Dragons. 

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GTGC #281 Fallen Angels

September 4th, 2018

Welcome to a special edition of the GoodTrash GenreCast. On this week's show, we have a patreon-sponsored movie. Our patreon supporter, Keithan, got to set the programming for this week, and he stayed mostly true to his roots with this pick. He sets us up with the kinetic, high-energy Fallen Angels from director Wong Kar-Wai. Fallen Angels is a dreamlike piece that is more experience than story, so is it worth your time? Tune in and find out.

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GTGC #280 The Snowman

August 24th, 2018

With our Growing Up in Summer marathon behind us, we decide to move on to bigger and brighter things... Or, something like that. If nothing else, we giggle. A lot. Because, we return to our regularly schedule program with what many have called the worst movie of 2017, The Snowman.

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GTGC #279 Charlie Bartlett

August 17th, 2018

Across the country, schools are getting back in session. And with that, summer is unofficially over. Which means, the Growing Up in Summer marathon must come to an end. And we decided to go with a Dalton and Arthur favorite, Charlie Bartlett. They both love it, but will Dustin hold it in the same regard?

In a twist, Dalton was unable to make it to this week's show! But, he sent his thoughts in for our review and game.

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