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A podcast celebrating cinematic life through death

Latest Episodes

RIP 25: Remembering Robert Forster

Robert Wallace Forster Jr (1941 - 2019) was an actor headed for big things. After kicking off his career on Broadway, Robert found his first gig on screen alongside Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando, and getting career advice from John Huston. He would close out the 60s with Haskell Wexler’s critically acclaimed MEDIUM COOL. However, the next 25 years of his career would stall out with a string of forgetful projects with only a few gems along the way. It wasn’t until a fateful meeting with Quentin Tarantino in the mid 90s that career would find new life. Aaron and Brad take a class on Journalism 101 in MEDIUM COOL, search for Ramon the elusive sewer killer in ALLIGATOR, take a listen to The Delfonics in JACKIE BROWN, and more!

181 MIN2 w ago
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RIP 25: Remembering Robert Forster

RIP 24: Remembering Sid Haig

SidneyEddie Mosesian (1939 - 2019) was an often underutilized character actor with the talent, charm, and sarcasm of a leading man. His towering stature, big, bold features, and infectious laugh made him a perfect fit for Jack Hill's exploitation films of the 70s. Sid would solidify a prosperous and steady career on screen but this character actor for hire would eventually step away from acting feeling typecast as just another dimwitted heavy. However, directors like Quentin Tarantino and Rob Zombie had other plans. At the age of 60, Sid would find a whole new act to his storied career. AaronandBradtouch up their clown makeup as they meet the Merrye clan of SPIDER BABY, break out of the slammer in THE BIG BIRD CAGE, join the Firefly family in THE DEVIL'S REJECTS, and more!

81 MINOCT 23
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RIP 24: Remembering Sid Haig

RIP 23: Remembering Peter Fonda

Peter Henry Fonda (1940 - 2019) was an actor that defined the counterculture generation. Peter wasn’t just an artist trying to escape the looming shadow of his legendary father but an American trying to stick it to the man. Along his path to becoming a movie star Peter would team up with Dennis Hopper and finally find his way out of the confines of The Golden Age of Hollywood only to usher in The American New Wave. Aaron and Brad celebrate the life and times of Peter Fonda by growing their hair long and riding their choppers through America in EASY RIDER, blowing away some satanists in RIDE WITH THE DEVIL, getting busy with the bees in ULEE’S GOLD, and more!

89 MINSEP 17
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RIP 23: Remembering Peter Fonda

RIP 22: Remembering Rutger Hauer

Rutger Oelsen Hauer (1944 - 2019) was the iconic Dutch actor who made a name for himself in Europe before heading to Hollywood alongside director and frequent collaborator Paul Verhoeven (ROBOCOP). Rutger proved he could inhabit a number of different characters but would frequently find a niche for himself taking on the darker roles of the International terrorist, the lonely hitchhiker, the Italian mercenary, the vampire king, and the renegade Replicant. Aaron and Brad dive into all things Hauer by dusting off their old Voight-Kampff machines for BLADE RUNNER, sharpen their katanas for BLIND FURY, load up their 12-gauges for HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN, and more!

91 MINAUG 27
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RIP 22: Remembering Rutger Hauer

RIP 21: Remembering Agnès Varda

Arlette Varda (1928 - 2019) better known as Agnès was a French filmmaker making movies from her own perspective in a male dominated industry. Her background in photography, a natural affection for more experimental art, and a spontaneous passion to tell a story led her becoming one of the major voices of the Left Bank Cinema and earning her the title of The Grandmother of The New Wave. Aaronand Brad grab a baguette, strap on their chapeaus, and sip on their La Croix as they examine their own mortality in CLEO FROM 5 TO 7, learn the meaning of happiness in LE BONHEUR, punch Godard in FACES PLACES, and more!

85 MINJUL 12
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RIP 21: Remembering Agnès Varda

RIP 20: Remembering John Singleton

John Daniel Singleton’s (1968 - 2019) first film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director earning him the honor as not only the youngest filmmaker but the first African-American to ever receive the nomination. His distinctive voice coming out of South Central Los Angeles would resonate what it meant to grow up black in modern America. John was a kind man, a loving father, and a devoted filmmaker that provided a voice and message for those that didn’t have one. Aaron and Brad are joined by good friend and DMV MC PHZ-Sicks as they survive the mean streets of BOYZ N THE HOOD, pay off their student loans in HIGHER LEARNING, wear their finest Egyptian cotton forSHAFT, and more!

136 MINMAY 16
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RIP 20: Remembering John Singleton

RIP 19: Remembering Larry Cohen

Lawrence George Cohen (1936 - 2019) was a pure, independent, B-movie auteur. A true DIY filmmaker always taking chances wherever he can and stealing whatever shots he needs. Larry was the kind of filmmaker to throw everything he could into his scripts, never leaving you bored. Aaron and Brad get pool cleaning tips from BONE, discuss the paternal practices of IT’S ALIVE, can’t get enough of THE STUFF, and more!

95 MINAPR 25
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RIP 19: Remembering Larry Cohen

RIP 18: Remembering Dick Miller

Richard Miller (1928 - 2019) was that guy. He was the guy you didn’t know you loved. A character actor to ever rival the title. If you have seen a movie in the last 50 years then you have seen a Dick Miller movie. Dick Miller was a Roger Corman staple at AIP and would later become the lucky rabbit foot of New World Pictures and Corman's acolytes.AaronandBradfind their inner beatnik withA BUCKET OF BLOOD, disobey the three rules withGREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH, turn into a couple of ho-dunk, po-dunks inDEMON KNIGHT, and more!

103 MINMAR 20
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RIP 18: Remembering Dick Miller

RIP 17: Remembering Penny Marshall

Carole Penny Marshall(1943 - 2018) was a lead actress on one of the most popular shows in television history and would eventually find herself behind the camera. At first Penny did not feel comfortable behind the camera but she would find her voice as she would become the second female to earn a Best Picture nomination and the first female director to have a movie gross over $100 million. At only 7 feature films Penny would find herself as a significant figure in the movie industry. AaronandBrad watch as she is pushed into JUMPIN JACK FLASH, finds her voice on BIG, combines all of her passions for A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN, and more!

82 MINFEB 23
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RIP 17: Remembering Penny Marshall

RIP 16: Remembering Stan Lee

Stanley Martin Lieber (1922 - 2018) was the type of talent and personality that lived up to the title of the man, the myth, and the legend. A creative mind that created some of the most influential heroes in the literary world and beyond. His work would inevitably alter the way that we watch, anticipate, and create our modern cinematic blockbusters. The comic book movie has come a long way soAaronandBradtake a look at the pre-comic movie pining of MALLRATS, the first major blockbuster for Marvel's Mighty X-MEN, the latest and most innovative leap alongside SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE, and more!

120 MINJAN 11
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RIP 16: Remembering Stan Lee

Latest Episodes

RIP 25: Remembering Robert Forster

Robert Wallace Forster Jr (1941 - 2019) was an actor headed for big things. After kicking off his career on Broadway, Robert found his first gig on screen alongside Elizabeth Taylor, Marlon Brando, and getting career advice from John Huston. He would close out the 60s with Haskell Wexler’s critically acclaimed MEDIUM COOL. However, the next 25 years of his career would stall out with a string of forgetful projects with only a few gems along the way. It wasn’t until a fateful meeting with Quentin Tarantino in the mid 90s that career would find new life. Aaron and Brad take a class on Journalism 101 in MEDIUM COOL, search for Ramon the elusive sewer killer in ALLIGATOR, take a listen to The Delfonics in JACKIE BROWN, and more!

181 MIN2 w ago
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RIP 25: Remembering Robert Forster

RIP 24: Remembering Sid Haig

SidneyEddie Mosesian (1939 - 2019) was an often underutilized character actor with the talent, charm, and sarcasm of a leading man. His towering stature, big, bold features, and infectious laugh made him a perfect fit for Jack Hill's exploitation films of the 70s. Sid would solidify a prosperous and steady career on screen but this character actor for hire would eventually step away from acting feeling typecast as just another dimwitted heavy. However, directors like Quentin Tarantino and Rob Zombie had other plans. At the age of 60, Sid would find a whole new act to his storied career. AaronandBradtouch up their clown makeup as they meet the Merrye clan of SPIDER BABY, break out of the slammer in THE BIG BIRD CAGE, join the Firefly family in THE DEVIL'S REJECTS, and more!

81 MINOCT 23
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RIP 24: Remembering Sid Haig

RIP 23: Remembering Peter Fonda

Peter Henry Fonda (1940 - 2019) was an actor that defined the counterculture generation. Peter wasn’t just an artist trying to escape the looming shadow of his legendary father but an American trying to stick it to the man. Along his path to becoming a movie star Peter would team up with Dennis Hopper and finally find his way out of the confines of The Golden Age of Hollywood only to usher in The American New Wave. Aaron and Brad celebrate the life and times of Peter Fonda by growing their hair long and riding their choppers through America in EASY RIDER, blowing away some satanists in RIDE WITH THE DEVIL, getting busy with the bees in ULEE’S GOLD, and more!

89 MINSEP 17
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RIP 23: Remembering Peter Fonda

RIP 22: Remembering Rutger Hauer

Rutger Oelsen Hauer (1944 - 2019) was the iconic Dutch actor who made a name for himself in Europe before heading to Hollywood alongside director and frequent collaborator Paul Verhoeven (ROBOCOP). Rutger proved he could inhabit a number of different characters but would frequently find a niche for himself taking on the darker roles of the International terrorist, the lonely hitchhiker, the Italian mercenary, the vampire king, and the renegade Replicant. Aaron and Brad dive into all things Hauer by dusting off their old Voight-Kampff machines for BLADE RUNNER, sharpen their katanas for BLIND FURY, load up their 12-gauges for HOBO WITH A SHOTGUN, and more!

91 MINAUG 27
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RIP 22: Remembering Rutger Hauer

RIP 21: Remembering Agnès Varda

Arlette Varda (1928 - 2019) better known as Agnès was a French filmmaker making movies from her own perspective in a male dominated industry. Her background in photography, a natural affection for more experimental art, and a spontaneous passion to tell a story led her becoming one of the major voices of the Left Bank Cinema and earning her the title of The Grandmother of The New Wave. Aaronand Brad grab a baguette, strap on their chapeaus, and sip on their La Croix as they examine their own mortality in CLEO FROM 5 TO 7, learn the meaning of happiness in LE BONHEUR, punch Godard in FACES PLACES, and more!

85 MINJUL 12
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RIP 21: Remembering Agnès Varda

RIP 20: Remembering John Singleton

John Daniel Singleton’s (1968 - 2019) first film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Director earning him the honor as not only the youngest filmmaker but the first African-American to ever receive the nomination. His distinctive voice coming out of South Central Los Angeles would resonate what it meant to grow up black in modern America. John was a kind man, a loving father, and a devoted filmmaker that provided a voice and message for those that didn’t have one. Aaron and Brad are joined by good friend and DMV MC PHZ-Sicks as they survive the mean streets of BOYZ N THE HOOD, pay off their student loans in HIGHER LEARNING, wear their finest Egyptian cotton forSHAFT, and more!

136 MINMAY 16
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RIP 20: Remembering John Singleton

RIP 19: Remembering Larry Cohen

Lawrence George Cohen (1936 - 2019) was a pure, independent, B-movie auteur. A true DIY filmmaker always taking chances wherever he can and stealing whatever shots he needs. Larry was the kind of filmmaker to throw everything he could into his scripts, never leaving you bored. Aaron and Brad get pool cleaning tips from BONE, discuss the paternal practices of IT’S ALIVE, can’t get enough of THE STUFF, and more!

95 MINAPR 25
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RIP 19: Remembering Larry Cohen

RIP 18: Remembering Dick Miller

Richard Miller (1928 - 2019) was that guy. He was the guy you didn’t know you loved. A character actor to ever rival the title. If you have seen a movie in the last 50 years then you have seen a Dick Miller movie. Dick Miller was a Roger Corman staple at AIP and would later become the lucky rabbit foot of New World Pictures and Corman's acolytes.AaronandBradfind their inner beatnik withA BUCKET OF BLOOD, disobey the three rules withGREMLINS 2: THE NEW BATCH, turn into a couple of ho-dunk, po-dunks inDEMON KNIGHT, and more!

103 MINMAR 20
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RIP 18: Remembering Dick Miller

RIP 17: Remembering Penny Marshall

Carole Penny Marshall(1943 - 2018) was a lead actress on one of the most popular shows in television history and would eventually find herself behind the camera. At first Penny did not feel comfortable behind the camera but she would find her voice as she would become the second female to earn a Best Picture nomination and the first female director to have a movie gross over $100 million. At only 7 feature films Penny would find herself as a significant figure in the movie industry. AaronandBrad watch as she is pushed into JUMPIN JACK FLASH, finds her voice on BIG, combines all of her passions for A LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN, and more!

82 MINFEB 23
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RIP 17: Remembering Penny Marshall

RIP 16: Remembering Stan Lee

Stanley Martin Lieber (1922 - 2018) was the type of talent and personality that lived up to the title of the man, the myth, and the legend. A creative mind that created some of the most influential heroes in the literary world and beyond. His work would inevitably alter the way that we watch, anticipate, and create our modern cinematic blockbusters. The comic book movie has come a long way soAaronandBradtake a look at the pre-comic movie pining of MALLRATS, the first major blockbuster for Marvel's Mighty X-MEN, the latest and most innovative leap alongside SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE, and more!

120 MINJAN 11
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RIP 16: Remembering Stan Lee
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