Jose and his friends, Bob and Nate from the Blunderbuss Special, talk about the original Frankenstein!
On this Halloween special, the guys dive deep talking about a misunderstood monster, and why he may be having so many problems in this new world he has woken up in.
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Bob brings us his favorite movie ¨THE FLY¨. Jose goes on a soap box about technology, while Nate fuels the fire, eventually roped back in thanks to Bob.
Tune in as the guys talk about what may happens when science goes awry!
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The gang watches a classic horror film full of memorable scenes and cheesy effects. Jose and Bob turn on Nate in a debate about showing versus not showing the monster, and letting the spectator's imagination run wild.
What do you think? Does showing the monster ruin the movie?
Join the conversation as the guys venture off into another horrific adventure!
Jose and the guys from The Blunderbuss podcast, kick the month of October with the first of many classic horror flicks with, The Haunting.
When a paranormal scientist invites two women to a haunted mansion, one of them goes a bit looney, or is it the house that is slowly consuming her?
The guys talk about the greatness of the movie along with brief comparisons from the remake and others it influenced.
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On today´s episode Bob and I talk about the movie CHINATOWN
Writen by Robert Towne
Directed by Roman Polanski
Starring Jack Nicholson
Some regard it as the best Noir film ever made,
others argue, that it doesn’t fit the Noir genre.
Nonetheless its a great film, if you have
yet to see it, this is a must see.
The Late John Huston, known for directing his share of noir movies, gives a chilling performance as Noah Cross, a very rich and powerful man.
Nicholson plays Jake Gittes, a private I who gets swept away (yeah you guessed it) murder, deceit and corruption.
Good evening… good morning… good afternoon…
today at Josey´s Cafe, the dinner was empty but we got seated near an AC, so please excuse all the noise.
Actually, lets pretend the noise is a generator, and that Bob and I are cozied up in a Bomb shelter, because today we are going to go over to The Twilight Zone.
Today´s episode? The Shelter.
The Twilight Zone needs no introduction. Bob and I both agree that “The Shelter” is a classic episode. Surprisingly relevant today! That´s what we call a timeless masterpiece.
Let me stop, and get to it… enjoy…
Welcome! Come one in to Josey´s Cafe! Come hear us talk about the Classics! We have an enormous list of classic movies and tv shows that we enjoy, including some forgotten ones. We are looking backwards and rummaging through old stuff, along with some that we feel are instant classics.
On this episode we talk about:
The Nice Guys
Starring: Russell Crow and Ryan Gosling
Its a Neo-Noir film set in the 70´s, full of witty humor, mystery, and action.
Written and Directed by Shane Black
The guy is known for: Lethal Weapon and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang: he brings back the buddy cop movie, giving us a refreshing take on the genre.
Anthony Begarozzi also gets a writing credit on this movie, that takes you far away from our costumed heroes and into a dark shadowy world filled with all the classic Noir troupes, blurring the lines between right and wrong, as we follow our flawed heroes down a rabbit hole slowly unweaving the lies, deceit and corruption every step of the way.
Bob and I talk a little about The Nice Guys and mostly complain about today´s ridiculous movies. If you haven´t seen The Nice Guys, check it out! It will be a refreshing movie. Call it a diamond in the ruff. I feel its a modern classic, and thats why we are talking about it today.
Check it out! Tell us what you think!