TGB Episode 18: Exercises in Badassary (Guest: Matt Singer)
by Tim Buel
July 7, 2010
On this week's episode of The Golden Briefcase, Tim and Jeremy are joined by Matt Singer from IFC News to talk about their latest Picks of the Week, the newest DVD & Blu-Ray releases, new trailers for Matt Reeve's Let Me In and Hiromasa Yonebayashi's The Borrowers (from Studio Ghibli), chat about their basic disinterest in The Boondock Saints and much more! The main topic of the night was a retrospective on the career of Robert Rodriguez (in honor of Rodriguez' Predators, hitting theaters this Friday). The guys talk about his ups and downs, him as a director, and their hopes for Nimrod Antal's Predators. Listen in below!
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Matt Singer: twitter.com/mattsinger
Picks of the Week:
Picks of the Week: 4:25
Latest DVD/Blu-Ray Releases: 16:24
Trailer Watch: Let Me In: 26:03
Trailer Watch: The Borrowers: 34:58
Not Feeling It: The Boondock Saints: 39:35
Main Topic: Robert Rodriguez: 45:40
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In the Audible intro, Tim says "is" instead of "are". "...even after your fourteen days *is* done..."
David on Jul 7, 2010
Ouch. Fail. haha thanks for the headsup. I will address that immediately for next week
Tim Buel on Jul 7, 2010
As far as Let Me In goes, if this already looks to be a shot for shot remake, then why make it at all? Oh that's right because American audiences have a problem with subtitles:P One bit of marketing I like so far is the Morse code at the end of the trailer. I wonder if they'll have that cute little "train sequence" in this film. Though I'm super stoked for anything Studio Ghibli...I just hope I can find a theater where The Borrowers isn't dubbed. I think I feel the same way about Resivour Dogs as you do about Boondock Saints...to each their own I guess. Overnight was a bit of a smear campaign although it's true a lot of what he did to shoot himself in the foot he did himself. But I like what you said about respecting the following. It's not the greatest movie but its fun.
Marc on Jul 13, 2010
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