EPISODE 128: Mandy (2018)

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Have you ever written an entire episode description, copied it because you were about to navigate away from the page, and then witness your life flashing before your eyes as you copy over everything you’ve already written? Anyway, it’s seventeen minutes past midnight on a Sunday and I have work in the morning so suffice to say we watched Mandy (2018) this week and it’s fucking bananas. Follow us for the rest of this first month in this new year as we revisit all the movies we missed out on last year! Love you thanks.

RECOMMENDATIONS:
You’re Gonna Miss It All – Modern Baseball
Mob Psycho 100

Thanks to Satah for our intro and outro music! You can find more of their work at gaygothvibes.online!

EPISODE 127: Train to Busan

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We’re back! And we’re here to tackle one of Sara’s favorite takes on zombies, with Yeon Sang-Ho’s Train to Busan! With Y’all like Depeche Mode? Reach out and click faith? Is that anything? Hope so!

We also discussed Downloadable Jesus, Zombies Make You Cry, Sense8 Petitions, and Press X to Kiss Your Wife!

RECOMMENDATIONS:
SSSS.GRIDMAN
Cells at Work
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Riverdale

Thank you as always to People You Meet Outside of Bars for our excellent intro/outro music! Check out their other stuff at gaygothvibes.online!

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EPISODE 126: Cam (2018)

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Grab a straw, babies, we’re slurping on some Respecting Women Juice in this our 2x doppelgänger-as-metaphor cinematic combo! Join your hosts as we discuss the Netflix original Cam (2018) and waffle about lofty ideas such as “theme” and “narrative devices” and “what if this movie was about YouTubers and starred Logan Paul instead”!
RECOMMENDATIONS:
A Short Story About a War
Dance and Cry
Thank you to People You Meet Outside of Bars for our intro and outro music! You can find more of their work at gaygothvibes.online!

045 – 1 Download = 1 Prayer

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The young guns of HKIP are here with a post-midterms episode to talk about all the bad-to-fine results from the recent elections. We also cover the most recent mass shooting to make national headlines, Charlie Kirk’s (alleged) spending habits, RBG’s recent whoopsie, Jeff Sessions, and other news and news based products. Highlights include: the demise of Wisconsin’s resident deli meat abomination, our first ever improv news story, and the several minutes where I just read CNN headlines for a while.

Featuring: CarolineEden, and Patrick

Music used:
The Taxpayers – Evil Men
Renee Elise Goldsberry – Muppet Babies

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EPISODE FORTY: Get Out

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At long last, Blair is back in a funky-fresh mid-week episode to talk about Get Out with Luna and, back at it again, special guest Zach! Topics include, but are not limited to: Uncanny celebrity encounters, K.A. Applegate deepcuts, and deep, insightful social commentary.

RATINGS: Both Blair, Luna, and Zach gave Get Out 5/5 half eaten Froot Loops.

RECOMMENDATIONS: Under the Skin In Conflict by Owen Pallett Breath of the Wild

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018 – High Heels (1991)

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Get down from that drainage pipe and make sure your wig’s on straight! This time around, the guys take a look at Pedro Almodóvar’s 1991 melodrama High Heels. Also, Juan goes Full Misandry™, while Derek has a very unfortunate experience with this movie’s subtitles.

This episode’s recommendations:

The Devil’s Backbone

Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown

017 – My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done (2009)

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Order yourself a pizza and don’t forget to feed the flamingos! This time around, the guys take a look at Werner Herzog’s oddball police procedural My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done. Also, Juan gets frustrated with the movie’s depiction of Jello, while Derek namechecks a bunch of rock drummers.

This episode’s recommendations:

Bug

Streets of Fire