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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: October, 2021
Oct 18, 2021

Corn syrup, red food coloring, and coffee!
Join the DBFS as we celebrate the 40th birthday of Producer Matt as well as a horror classic talking Bruce Campbell, Sam Raimi's car, the necronomicon, horror gore in the 80's, the disregard for windows, give some hot takes on the sequels, Ash Williams as the "final girl", the regrettable tree rape scene, a possible female centric reading of the films story and themes, haunted Airbnb's, how it got to the Cannes film festival, Stephen King's involvement, the Coen brother's involvement, the terrible filming conditions, Raimi's scrappy DIY hustle, cult films, and the zooming through the woods.
So rent out a theater and have them play this podcast for an in depth The Evil Dead film analysis!

(Special Guest: Matt the Producer)

 

Oct 4, 2021

This podcast kills fascists!
Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we celebrate our 5 year anniversary talking Woody Guthrie, his singing style, his guitar playing, his speaking cadence, his jokes, his mannerisms and David Carradine's complete inability to act out any of them on screen, along with discussions on folk music history, Bob Dylan and the 1960's folk scene, the Dust Bowl, unions, solidarity with the working class, whether prior knowledge of Guthrie makes this a better film, unstreamablity, the first use of the Steadicam, selling out, This Land Is Your Land, our recasting with Luke Perry, and our proposed sequel.
So grab a guitar and get to gettin' for an in depth Bound For Glory film analysis!

(Special Guest: Greg Vandy)
Click here to listen to Greg's show The Roadhouse on KEXP!
Click here to pickup Greg's book 26 Songs In 30 Days!

 

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