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Crespodiso Film School - Martin Scorsese


(Right Click Download Link To Save)   In this BONUS episode, Chris Crespo starts the Crespodiso Film School, and the first subject is Martin Scorsese. Along with Drewster Cogburn, they go through Scorsese's full filmography and discuss all his movies, plus some added trivia and factoids about the man himself. Read more

Review: 'The Purge: Anarchy'


"The Purge" was a 2013 horror movie, in which it was posited that America would have extremely low unemployment levels and crime rates if all crime was legal one night of the year. Somehow if people were allowed to do anything they wanted, including murder, for 12 hours out of 365 days, then they would be totally chill the rest of the year, due to the release of their aggression. This is a bunch Read more

Netflix pick for 7/21/14 - 'Night of the Living Dead'


This zombie craze had to start somewhere. And it can be traced, cinematically speaking, to George Romero's 1968 classic "Night of the Living Dead," the very first movie to portray zombies as flesh-consuming reanimated corpses who can only be taken down by head shots and destroying their brains. Inspired by Richard Metheson's vampire classic "I Am Legend" (itself made into THREE movies), Romero literally wrote the rules of the zombie genre, and with minor variations Read more

#80 - Pedro Was Here


(Right Click Download Link To Save)   In episode 80, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn are joined by three-time guest stand up comedian Pedro Lima (host of Let's Do 30, at RicanGorilla.com). Chris and Drew review The Purge: Anarchy and Pedro gives his review of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. They also talk about the zombie movies, cannibalism in entertainment, Disney making Pixar knock offs, Angelina Jolie as a director, is Christopher Lambert the Read more

Review: 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes'


Look this one is pretty obvious thematically speaking, amiright? We can all agree on this much. As a continuing allegory for the age old inability of the human race to work together in peace and harmony and without hurting each other, "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" hits all the most obvious albeit important notes over and over, those about the importance of family and the duality of man and the conundrum of Read more

Crespodiso Film School – Martin Scorsese

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In this BONUS episode, Chris Crespo starts the Crespodiso Film School, and the first subject is Martin Scorsese. Along with Drewster Cogburn, they go through Scorsese’s full filmography and discuss all his movies, plus some added trivia and factoids about the man himself. Enjoy! Continue reading “Crespodiso Film School – Martin Scorsese” »

Review: ‘The Purge: Anarchy’

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The Purge” was a 2013 horror movie, in which it was posited that America would have extremely low unemployment levels and crime rates if all crime was legal one night of the year. Somehow if people were allowed to do anything they wanted, including murder, for 12 hours out of 365 days, then they would be totally chill the rest of the year, due to the release of their aggression. This is a bunch of bullshit, because one does not follow the other. Aggressive people are aggressive people year round, and people with criminal tendencies can’t just sit on them for the other 8,748 hours of the year. So the premise of that movie was BS and then the movie itself didn’t do anything with this premise and instead was just a run of the mill home invasion film (albeit one with Ethan Hawke totally giving it his all and classing up the joint). So in summation, “The Purge” was bullshit through and through. Continue reading “Review: ‘The Purge: Anarchy’” »

Netflix pick for 7/21/14 – ‘Night of the Living Dead’

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This zombie craze had to start somewhere. And it can be traced, cinematically speaking, to George Romero’s 1968 classic “Night of the Living Dead,” the very first movie to portray zombies as flesh-consuming reanimated corpses who can only be taken down by head shots and destroying their brains. Inspired by Richard Metheson’s vampire classic “I Am Legend” (itself made into THREE movies), Romero literally wrote the rules of the zombie genre, and with minor variations here and there, these rules have remained firmly intact, to the point of becoming cultural canon. Now that is a cultural feat to behold. Continue reading “Netflix pick for 7/21/14 – ‘Night of the Living Dead’” »

#80 – Pedro Was Here

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In episode 80, Chris Crespo and Drewster Cogburn are joined by three-time guest stand up comedian Pedro Lima (host of Let’s Do 30, at RicanGorilla.com). Chris and Drew review The Purge: Anarchy and Pedro gives his review of Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. They also talk about the zombie movies, cannibalism in entertainment, Disney making Pixar knock offs, Angelina Jolie as a director, is Christopher Lambert the worst actor ever, has Pedro seen The Room, why are they making a prequel to The Shining and Harry Potter as a demon detective. There is a new Netflix Instant Pick of the Week, Pedro does a Lightning Round and Chris almost (ALMOST) forgets to give Pedro his swag bag! All this and more in this show, so enjoy! Continue reading “#80 – Pedro Was Here” »

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