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Sequelcast 2: Mortal Kombat: Annihilation

26 Apr

Mat and William discuss 1997’s Mortal Kombat: Annihilation, the sequel to 1995’s Mortal Kombat.

Sequelcast 2: Mortal Kombat

26 Apr

Mat and William discuss 1995’s Mortal Kombat.

Sequelcast 2: Kronk’s New Groove

5 Apr

Mat and William discuss the direct-to-video animated film from 2005.

Sequelcast 2: The Emperor’s New Groove

29 Mar

In this episode, Mat and William get their The Emperor’s New Groove on.

Sequelcast 2: Ghostbusters (2016)

27 Mar

In this episode, Mat and William the 2016 Ghostbusters remake.

A Woman, a Part: All Just an Act, by Mat Bradley-Tschirgi

22 Mar

Acting is a tough gig. You go up for auditions trying to score a part, and you fail left and right. Even when you find success, you can feel locked into a certain role because that’s what people expect of you. In A Woman, a Part, writer-director Elisabeth Subrin’s feature debut, we get the tale of an actress stuck in a rut who goes back to her New York digs for some rest and relaxation. What she discovers is not at all what she expected.


Sequelcast 2: RoboCop

15 Mar

Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi and William Thrasher discuss the RoboCop remake you already forgot existed.

Home Video Hovel: Joe Bullet, by Mat Bradley-Tschirgi

14 Mar

In the 1970’s, blaxploitation films were a dime a dozen. Covering such diverse topics as gangsters, kung fu, and vampiric comedy, these low-budget flicks combined sex and violence to give audiences around the world a perspective not catered to by the milquetoast output of holiday. Although at first glance, Joe Bullet appears unremarkable, this South African film was banned in 1973 after only two theatrical screenings by the apartheid government in part due to its all-black cast. It remained unseen until a print in someone’s garage was digitally restored by Gravel Road Distribution Group and sent on the film festival circuit in 2014. This DVD release comes from The Film Detective.


Sequelcast 2: RoboCop 3

8 Mar

Hosts Mat Bradley-Tschirgi and William Thrasher discuss the film that loses Peter Weller, and gains too much more.

Home Video Hovel: Double Fine Adventure, by Mat Bradley-Tschirgi

20 Dec

Video game documentaries are a dime a dozen this days. Quite often they are about people in their 40’s trying to reclaim their high scores from arcade games they were good at as a kid (The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters; Man vs. Snake: The Long and Twisted Tale of Nibbler). Double Fine Adventure mixes things up by focusing on what happens when well respected game developer Double Fine decides to fund a game through Kickstarter. We watch the zaniness ensue through its 724 minute (!) runtime spread across 20 episodes.