Film holing with Trevor and Raul.
The feeling of watching a hot sex scene with your parents but in podcast form. This week Trevor and Raul dive deep, deep into the Film Hole to talk about Paul Thomas Anderson's funky sophomore effort "Boogie Nights". A tasteful picture about the emerging porn industry of 70s southern California, this movie has the disco to make your wrists go.
Synecdoche, New York / I'm Thinking of Ending Things
This week Trevor, Raul, and Justin tackle the only two solo directing credits from traditionally screenwriter Charlie Kaufman. That is to say, the reason this episode is late is because of how depressed the hosts were afterwards. They explore, what we think Kaufman wants them to explore, which is death, the fleetingness of time, and regret. Despite this, this week's episode is extra long to accommodate what has been one of the best conversations on Film Hole so far.
Trevor and Raul are joined by long time editor Grace Fawcett to discuss the chic French classic Amélie. A movie that puts the "G" in "RGB", a movie that is as dense as it is French, Trevor and Raul and Grace are getting in your face... in this week's... Film Hole.
Welcome to the best dream-scape film podcast, this one gets pretty deep. Trevor talks about his dream journal, Raul talks about coins, and they are joined by third time guest Justin Wheatley!
Trevor and Raul dive into the 1982 film by John Carpenter, with discussions about practical effects, score, and the prospectors hat that is for some reason worn by a scientist in Antarctica.
Nic Cage as a reformed felon, a stolen child, and an unpainted furniture salesman. What more could you want from a film? Trevor and Raul dive deep into Raising Arizona.