Episode 61: Inherent Vice with the Kingsman in Selma

COVER_61In Episode 61, Doug and Dirty A talk about Paul Thomas Anderson’s twisty Thomas Pynchon adaptation, Inherent Vice as well as Selma, a film that is MUCH better than the Oscar love it did NOT receive when the nominations were announced. First, though, they kick things off with an early look at Matthew Vaughn’s latest, Kingsman: the Secret Service. Take a listen! Continue reading

Doug Reviews: Inherent Vice

inherent_vice_xxlgBased on the novel by Thomas Pynchon, Inherent Vice is Writer-Director Paul Thomas Anderson’s strangest film yet. Like Anderson’s other films, it’s a spectacular piece of work, but damned if I can figure out what the hell it’s about. Continue reading

Doug’s Fall 2014 Movie Preview

CoverI compiled a list of films that I want to see for the last third of the year and came up with thirty-six titles. Unfortunately, I just don’t have the time to churn out an article of that size right now—self-publishing your first novel is a time-drain, kids. So instead, I selected thirteen films that I’m most looking forward to from September through December. As I’ve done with all my preview features in the past, I’ll list the titles in current release date order, but the one I’m most excited for rhymes with “winter cellar.” Continue reading