Dustin and Chase discuss the most tear-jerking moments in movies and television.
After the Easter festivities Dustin and Chase sit down to discuss bizarre holiday traditions, domestic and foreign. As always, geekiest thing of the week plays a role in this episode but the boys throw the audience an unusual curve ball and put the bit at the end of the show. Strange and bizarre things are happening and the only way to truly experience it all is to hit that play button. Enjoy!
Dustin talks to Chase about his experience at the TCM Film Festival. They discuss Willy Wonka, The Princess Bride, The Bridge on the River Kwai, Planet of the Apes, The Graduate and Dr. Strangelove, all of which were screened at the festival. The duo gets deep when talking about Chase’s experience in a Beverly Hill’s mansion, and on the flip side, seeing the poverty of the Los Angeles and Hollywood area.
Chase and Dustin are back with a long awaited movie review. They jump in head first and scattered brained with the critically acclaimed and award winning production, Moonlight. This episode gets deep but begins on a lighter note with an analysis of trailers from upcoming movies and television: Game of Thrones Season 7 and 2017’s IT. Join them once again down the rabbit hole of cinema.
Tim Smith is the founder of Ogden’s Own Distillery. In this episode Dustin and Chase delve deep into Tim’s life, starting in the West Texas desert and ending up in Ogden, Utah to found the state’s second distillery.
Dustin and Chase have a conversation with hip hop artist, Earthworm. The lads catch up on old times and discuss growing up in the local music scene together. They delve in to Earthworm’s new album ‘Flowers’ and the homegrown nature of his craft. Earthworm’s CD release will be held at Kamikazes, 2404 Adams Ave, Ogden, UT 84401.
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Denny graces Dustin and Chase with his upbeat and energetic presence on today’s one of a kind episode. The three boys, or shall we call them strapping young men, discuss dreams, deja vu and dream jobs. The episode closes with another fantastically produced round of trivia. Today’s trivia topic is movie quotes.
Dustin has a conversation with Jimmy Weber and Annie Baker. Jimmy and Annie are an independent film duo. Jimmy a director, editor and writer and Annie a producer. Their breakout 2014 film “EAT” is a modern horror film about a starving actress named Novella McClure who finds her own flesh oddly satisfying. Dustin, Jimmy and Annie discuss the art of film making and delve into horror and all things geeky.
Novella McClure is like most struggling actresses in Los Angeles: she’s in her early 30s, her fake name sounded cooler ten years ago, and she hasn’t landed a role in three years. To top it all off, she’s developed a disturbing habit of eating her own flesh. Novella desperately tries to hide her strange condition from her motherly landlord, Eesha, and somewhat psychopathic best friend, Candice, but her body and mind continue to deteriorate in the depressing world of failed auditions and sketchy night clubs. Can a romantic relationship with her psychiatrist prevent her from self destruction? Or will her fatal habit continue to eat away at her?