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GTGC Bonus Episode - The Walk (2015) Review

September 30th, 2015

We're back with another review episode for you. This week, the Good Trash gang got to go check out Robert Zemeckis' new film The Walk starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Ben Kingsley, and Charlotte Le Bon. Caleb, Alex, and Arthur discuss the movie's view of artistry, nationalism, and the subversion of the classical style. The Walk opens in IMAX on 9/30 and goes wide on 10/9. 

GTGC - #141 - The Guest

September 24th, 2015

Ladies and Gentlemen, the gang is back. This time we begin preparations for our Annual Schoctober marathon with a look at Adam Wingard's thriller - The Guest; the follow up to his cult horror favorite, You're Next. We gather around and talk about military practices, intertextuality, the gaze, presentation of homosexuality, and so much more. We then talk about our favorite 'Wolves in Sheep's Clothing' in our weekly game. And we wrap everything up with our weekly discussion of pop culture. 

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GTGC - #140 - The Raid: Redemption

September 17th, 2015

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It's that time of the week once again, Dear Listener. We're back with some fresh GoodTrash for you as we go floor-by-floor with The Raid: Redemption. That's right we claw and scratch at the Indonesian action flick that was handpicked by Dalton. There is talk of spectatorship, the economics and commerce of film, and a lively discussion of action takes place. We also talk about action stars and movie characters we want to see take on the tower of guns gimmick. And as always, we talk about what has us fired up in pop culture. 

GTGC Bonus Episode - Everest (2015) Review

September 16th, 2015

Ladies and gentlemen, bundle up and get ready for a bit of bonus trash. That's right, part of the GoodTrash crew went to the Talkies. Arthur, Dustin, and guest host Caleb Masters are here for a bonus episode as we review the upcoming release from Universal Studios, Everest. Semi-Spoiler Alert: We say a couple of things that could be spoilery, but it is based on a true story; so, we're not that apologetic for it. This is just a quick, review episode as we give our thoughts on the film with a wee bit of analysis mixed in. So, come on up to base camp and check it out.

GTGC - #139 - Mad Max: Fury Road

September 11th, 2015

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We head for ValHalla along the Fury Road as we take a look at the 2015 critical and financial hit; Mad Max: Fury Road. That's right dear listener, we're back and we are fueled, like fire, so start listening listener because your podcast is hotter than hot; it's hot! hot! hot! We talk capitalism, marxism, environmentalism, mythology and theology, and formalism and all the other -ology and -ism you can handle. Then, we game it up by talking about Characters that can live for eternity through different actors. So, jump in, buckle up, and get ready for the ride of your life. Because if we're going to podcast, we're going to podcast historic on the fury road. 

GTGC - #138 - Mean Girls

September 3rd, 2015

On Fridays, we podcast. That's right dear listener, we're back and you can sit with us, at least for this week. We take a look at the 2004 cult teen comedy Mean Girls. We talk marxism, social circles, and feminism. Also, the reaction is lukewarm to resoundingly great. We talk about our favorite SNL Alum films. And, of course, we talk about pop culture. So, pull up a chair, and see if you can hang with The Plastics. 

Also, we just want to say RIP Mr. Wes Craven, hopefully we can do you some justice this Schoctober. 
P.S.S. - Thanks to whoever designed the fake Criterion cover I found for Mean Girls. 


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