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Hart Attack is the latest attack dog of a talk radio show hosted by infamous creator Hart D. Fisher, world famous author of the Jeffrey Dahmer comic books & owner of the American Horrors online streaming horror channels. Every week you can hear the show "Live" Saturday Nights online at www.jackaloperadio.com 8pm pacific time/10pm central time.
 
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The FZK is steaming up, and it’s not just the steamy French flick we watched this week, exploring Connor Sweeney’s FORBIDDEN LOVE…Portrait of a Lady on Fire turned out to be a more contentious film than we anticipated! Find out why within! Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com由Max Peterson, Karl Hartley, Connor Sweeney, and Bird
 
Author and foreign correspondent Reese Erlich has just revealed he is dying of cancer, in a candid and somewhat amusing last column. Here's a 2018 interview where we talked about the alleged sonic weapons aimed at US diplomats and spies in Cuba, and his reporting on the war in Syria. (more…)由Peter B. Collins
 
The boys wrap up their discussion of Ang Lee’s absolutely brilliant Brokeback Mountain (2005). Heartbreak and triumph and the quiet moments that make up a life—all this and more. What a way to kick off Season 4! If you’d like to support the show, head over to Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com…
 
Measuring Flicks is back to its normal format, just in time for Season 4! This month’s theme is Forbidden Love: four films curated by earth angel Connor Sweeney! So saddle up and the join us as we take a long and thoughtful ride up Ang Lee’s 2005 masterpiece, Brokeback Mountain. Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com…
 
The new film, Judas and the Black Messiah has brought renewed interest to the 1969 FBI/police murder of Chicago Black Panther leader Fred Hampton. As a young radio host in Chicago, PBC covered the 10-year legal battle waged by the People's Law Office on behalf of Hampton's family. This 2010 interview with one of the lead attorneys recaps the assass…
 
There’s no better way to wrap Season Three than by sitting down for an inspiring, enlightening, laugh-and-cry conversation with filmmaker Jeff “Jeffrey T.” Morgan, to discuss his very first feature film, the occult-revenge-fantasy-martial-arts epic Folklore, and to marvel at the bizarre series of events that brought us all together. (And which led …
 
Max and Karl are joined by Genius Auteur Filmmaker Legend (and all-around great guy) Jeff Morgan for a flatulent frolic through the absolutely brilliant Swiss Army Man (2016). If you haven’t seen it, watch it before you join us on our digitally-linked desert islands. If you’ve already seen it, then welcome…to Jurassic Park. Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm…
 
Col. Morris Davis, former Guantanamo chief prosecutor and expert on military justice system, comments on verdicts in Bradley Manning trial; Lori Wallach, director of TradeWatch, updates us on the secret process of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal, and efforts to defeat it. (more…)由Peter B. Collins
 
Lesley Tye takes the fellas on a motor scooter ride into the 80s to check out The Legend of Billie Jean. The Stranger Things kids were into this flick for sure. Bonus points for Pat Benatar jams! Rock and Roll Mashup Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com由Max Peterson and Karl Hartley
 
http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/peterbcollins.com/podcast/PBC_20201211p2994.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Android | RSS Preview Clip https://www.peterbcollins.com/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Palast.final_.mp3 For the absolute final Last Interview, investigative journalist Greg Palast returns to talk about rejected …
 
ROADVEMBER IN DECEMBER skids into a Steven Spielberg’s feature film, 1971’s Duel. Made for TV, PG rating, cast you can count comfortably on one hand…but Richard Matheson’s running the gears on the script, and Spielberg directs the wheels offa this bad boy. If you want to see the moment that Jaws was born, spin this, spin out, and crash into the har…
 
The December October Wrap-Up rolls on, with a second whack at The Lighthouse. We wade through shark genitalia and something gluey, bold, and viscous by the end, but as we mount the sea-wet iron spiral toward the unendurable light above, we know that it was worth. And the world goes black and white. And we scream. Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringF…
 
Midsommar is the sort of movie whose central tragedy becomes, after you’ve seen it, that you can never see it for the first time again. Max’s assertion is that it’s the best film he’s ever seen, a title taken from its predecessor, Hereditary. Is it? How? Why? It’s a roundtable of film nerds and witchy freaks. Bound to be a good time. Patreon.com/Qu…
 
Jim Carrey, Cameron Diaz, and that guy whose chopper Bruce Willis rides off on in Pulp Fiction (which came out the same year as this movie): it’s time to talk about The Mask. Filled with nostalgia, violence, and the kind of physical comedy that (truly) belongs to Jim Carey alone, slosh your way through a wine-drunk look at a weird movie from our ch…
 
Part II of our discussion of The Dark Knight Rises, which is probably much, much, much better than you remember it being—trust us; the context is all squirreled around, now, and it becomes obvious that this flick was just a little ahead of the world. Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com…
 
Listener, it’s time to take another look at Christopher Nolan’s final entry in the Batman series. Seriously: The Dark Knight Rises is a freaking masterpiece, in the way that only eerily prescient films packed full of archetypal symbolism and profoundly powerful cinematic imagery conveying complex socio-political themes can be. Spoilers: Max probabl…
 
Max and Bird kick off a month of black directors with Spike Lee’s intricate mosaic of 24 overheated hours in a neighborhood in Brooklyn….and examination of what happens when a community pushed far too far boils over. Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com “New York, 1924” by Ross Budgen…
 
Josh Hartnett and Danny Huston in a film adaptation of the brilliant comic 30 Days of Night, with a script written by Steve Niles (who also penned the comic), special vampire makeup effects by WETA, and Sam Raimi hiding in the producer credits? Yeah. Criminally underrated! Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com…
 
Gorgeous cinematography, whip-sharp editing, a dark and witty script…and 46 percent on Rotten Tomatoes? Max and Bird dissect the rich tapestry of accurate occult undertones and masterful filmmaking of Constantine (2005). Seriously. It’s way better than you think it is. Check it out. Patreon.com/QuillAndFilm MeasuringFlicksPodcast@gmail.com…
 
We’re starting to notice a theme: The Shining (1980) makes three a row about people trapped in houses, assailed by harrowing circumstances beyond their control. Wonder what that’s about. Come wander the halls: wonder at the slant of books and the cant of mirrors, at color schemes and architecture. It’s a little bit film school, a little bit auteur-…
 
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