Archive for July, 2009

7/26/09

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 27, 2009 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:

Big Business
Big Business (1929)

The Kid Brother
The Kid Brother (1927)

The King Of Kong
The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (2007)

– Interesting Death of the Week with B.K.: Heinz Edelmann – Yellow Submarine artist; Les Lye – Told them kids they couldn’t do that on television; Harry Patch – 3rd oldest man alive (formerly), WWI Veteran (commodity)

Deeds, Not Words
– Tonight’s score: Max Roach’s Deeds, Not Words

7/19/09

Posted in Show Notes with tags , , , , , , , on July 20, 2009 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:

Cronkite
– Interesting Death of the Week with B.K.: Walter Cronkite – The Most Trusted Man in America

Harry Potter and the Who Cares?
Harry Potter & The Bloody Stoned Prince (2009)

Playtime
Playtime (1967)

California Theatre’s Summer Program

– Foosball Appreciation with Mr. Salamander

– “Gel Pens and America”, An editorial by Hank

Tati
– Tonight’s score: Music from the Films of Jacques Tati

7/12/09

Posted in Show Notes, Videodrome On-The-Go with tags , , , , , , , , , on July 13, 2009 by Hank

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On tonight’s show:

Once again, BK took over Videodrome.  As a result, there was no movie review last night.  We promise this’ll never, ever happen again.  We’ve decided there’s gonna be a permanent cloture in place to prevent any further filibusters.  In spite of all this, there were some rather cool things discussed in great detail.  Such as:

CAX 13
Californa Extreme 2009 – The Classic Arcade Game and Pinball Convention

Death Race
Death Race – The coolest video game ever produced. “It’s fun chasing monsters.”  Human monsters.

Surreal Night
Todd Schorr: Surreal Night – Thursday, July 16th, 7pm, San Jose Museum of Art

On Martha's Vineyard
On Location….. On Martha’s Vineyard (the making of the movie Jaws) by Edith Blake

– Interesting Death of the Fortnight with B.K.: Karl Malden – legend; Robert McNamara – Vietnam war starter; Oscar Mayer – Weiner king

The Advantage
– Tonight’s score: The Advantage’s debut album