We're not even supposed to be here today we're playing hockey at 2!
Join the DBFS as we discuss Kevin Smith, the View Askewverse, working crappy jobs, dealing with the public, Generation X, slacker culture, grunge, 37, blowjobs over sex, snowballing, street hockey in the 90's, berzerker, our favorite quotes and scenes and those we wished they'd taken out, the shocking original ending, an asian design major or an asian design major?, authenticity, the amazing true story of this movie's creation, Jay and Silent Bob, and briefly review all the follow up films.
So throw on a size XXXL hockey jersey and trenchcoat then hit play for an in depth Clerks film analysis!
(Special Guest: Seattle's Worst Podcast)
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Roses are red, Harambe's in heaven...
Join the DBFS as we discuss George W Bush, Michael Moore, September 11th, the war on terror, Iraq, Afghanistan, idiot presidents, the difference between a documentary and a movie, FOX News, Breitbart, history repeating, the similarities between Dubya and Trump, getting radicalized, voting, American democracy, Bush did 9/11, Florida Man, and don't get fooled again for an in depth Fahrenheit 9/11 film analysis!
(Special Guest: Roommate Andrew Lawrence)
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Remember kids: It's better to be a fake somebody, than a real nobody!
Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we discuss Matt Damon in tiny yellow shorts, Jude Law in a porkpie hat, Cate Blanchett, pre-Goop Gwyneth Paltrow, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, disassociated psychopaths, rich kids, Italy, the 1950’s, jazz, telling lies, unrequited love, homosexual subtext becoming actual text, the 5 books in this series and what a sequel to this film looks like, the brilliant storytelling of Anthony Minghella, the failed logic of murdering to cover up a murder, upper and lower class, making new friends, a modern day Hitchcock, and the fragile male ego.
So smash that play button for an in depth The Talented Mr. Ripley film analysis!
(Special Guest: Alan Danilo)