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If it’s time for a Roll Your Own Top 5 episode on the LAMBcast, you can be pretty certain that two things will occur: 1) Jason Soto will be present, and will probably be hosting; and 2) you’re going to get a diverse array of unpredictable lists. Food. Obscure horror 80s horror actresses. Eggs. Education. Oh, and directors, just to have one that’s not too far off the beaten path, though when it’s delivered by...
Believe it or not, it’s been over 80 episodes since our last Director Retrospective (we really need to do these more often). That last one was for Woody Allen on episode 94. When the idea came up/was rejuvenated to do another one, I had a very specific set of criteria I was looking for the director to fit, and Richard Linklater was one of the very few – if not the only one – that could have fit the bill.
Feels like forever since we’ve had one of these, no?
A serial killer horror-comedy period piece…in the wrong hands, American Psycho might have been a nightmare all its own. But director Mary Harron (I Shot Andy Warhol), who also adapted the screenplay of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel, delivered a pop culture postcard complete with one of the all-time great breakout roles in Christian Bale’s...
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Coffee. Frances McDormand. Porn. Inventions. And corny time travel. Let it never be said that these types of episodes are run-of-the-mill. We travel all over the board and back again, exploring the various ways films can be compared to a myriad number of cheeses as well along the way.