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Dead Beat Film Society

We are the Dead Beat Film Society. Every meeting someone picks an important film. We all watch the film then meet back up to discuss it. Along with a discussion of why the film is important, we analyze the film making, acting, directing, and discuss our personal thoughts and opinions.
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Now displaying: August, 2020
Aug 24, 2020

Have you heard the good news? The Stardust Brothers have arrived hallelujah!
Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we discuss one of the most amazing hidden treasures of all time, bonkers Japanese pop culture, 80's new wave punk music, how films gain a cult following, claymation effects, Issay, rolling into a ball and smashing people, how things stay hidden in the age of the internet, unstreamable movies, Klaus Nomi, manga, magic cars, melty faced Hitler, having your heart on the wrong side of your body, Third Window Films call us, the incredible soundtrack, Emily's experiment, the terrifying Japanese kappa, and Michael Jackson's Thriller + Rocky Horror Picture Show + Bill & Ted + Phantom of the Paradise but even campier and weirder!
Sign our Change.org petition then smash that play button for an in depth The Legend Of The Stardust Brothers film analysis!

(Special Guest: Chase Burns)
Click here to read Chase's writing in The Stranger!

 

Aug 10, 2020

Boycott Sal's Famous!
Join the DBFS as we discuss a Spike Lee Joint, racism in America, NY pizza, Radio Raheem, ACAB, Martin Luther King Jr. vs. Malcolm X and the lies we've been taught, Rosie Perez's tight dance moves, the hot hot heat, Mother Sister and Da Mayor's relationship, Sal's tenuous connection to the neighborhood, when its ok to use violence, the infamous racial slur scene, Love and Hate, why we riot, Seattle protests, Black Lives Matter, and Samuel L. Jackson, but we never ask the question: Did Mookie do the right thing!
Crank that boom box for an in depth Do The Right Thing film analysis!

(Special Guest: Two Oh Six)
Click here to read Marc's film reviews and listen to the Two Oh Six podcast!

 

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