It walked into my browser, its eyes dark and legs that went on forever. It sauntered over to my audio streaming software and asked: “Can I talk to you about film noir?”
This week Jackson, Daniel, and special guest Shelby are all about hardboiled detectives, dames, gams, and guns. With Shelby’s expert assistance, your hosts take a look at what makes film noir tick and how it has gone on to influence a whole host of genres in the modern age – from Chinatown to True Detective.
We apologize for the delay in this week’s posting. The harsh realities of adult life prevented the podcast from going up this weekend. We hope you can forgive us.
This week, Jackson and Daniel are joined by Shelby to discuss redemption arcs in fiction. The idea of a troubled character overcoming their flaws to become a better person is common in fictitious works. While the story is so ubiquitous, it can be difficult to tell well – and any difficult-to-tell story is ripe soil for discussion.
There are also recommendations:
This week you should watch High-Rise
This week you should listen to Last Podcast on the Left
We may be a little late, but we’ve arrived in your browser with a grand romantic gesture that is sure to make the audience melt and earn your eternal affection. In other words, it’s a few days after our deadline, but here is a podcast about romantic comedies.
With the help of our good friend Shelby from the Slow Pitch Podcast, we tackle one of the most enduring movie genres of the modern age – and by “tackle” I mean we convince you to watch Legally Blonde for 90 minutes.
In addition to an hour-and-a-half of bend and snaps, there’s also some recommendations: