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Split Tooth Media is an independent culture publication based in Portland, Oregon. Our podcasts feature in-depth interviews with PNW artists, the inimitable film and comedy podcast "Reel Rap," the hyper-brilliant film criticism show "Cinesthesia" and our head-to-head album showdown series, "Split Picks."

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Split Tooth Media is an independent culture publication based in Portland, Oregon. Our podcasts feature in-depth interviews with PNW artists, the inimitable film and comedy podcast "Reel Rap," the hyper-brilliant film criticism show "Cinesthesia" and our head-to-head album showdown series, "Split Picks."

    Reel Rap S6 E9: Mike Nichols' 'Charlie Wilson's War' (2007)

    Reel Rap S6 E9: Mike Nichols' 'Charlie Wilson's War' (2007)

    Ryan McCloskey returns to the Reel Rap studio to talk Charlie Wilson's War, Mike Nichols' 2007 collaboration with Aaron Sorkin. Our hosts pull very few punches on Nichols' final film, pointing out crucial mistakes in casting and how much the film resembles a Ron Howard movie. And, of course, they squeeze in some of Bennett's beloved Oscars talk.

    A comedy duo straight out of William Penn’s backyard, Bennett Glace, an adult Disney fan, and Shane Pfender, an ordained minister, have for years lent a critical eye to Hollywood’s most tedious auteurs. They are a comedy duo for film snobs and slobs alike. Exhausted by the current uninspired landscape of film criticism, the two work to find a new language with which to understand and interact with the films they cover on their inimitable podcast, Reel Rap.

    • 52 min
    CINESTHESIA CHAPTER 3: Much Love, The Sloppy Justice Robots

    CINESTHESIA CHAPTER 3: Much Love, The Sloppy Justice Robots

    The Boys have been missing in action — wandering through the submerged depths of spacetime, the dead zones of material consciousness — but they ride the bathyscaphe up through the cracks in reality's sidewalk and surface with brain bubbles full of hot takes on Cyborgs and Spielbergs. Welcome back to Cinesthesia. Get your surfboards ready: This tide is only rising. Coming Feb. 24: HALLOWEEN HANGOVER!

    Join a filmmaker (and sometimes film teacher) and a film teacher (and sometimes filmmaker) as they venture into the dark heart of their own befuddled relationship to culture, the youth, the internet, friendship, love, hate, time, space and, of course: *m*o*v*i*e*s*. Come hear what we see.

    CINESTHESIA is produced by Iguanodonald Studios and distributed by Split Tooth Media. Music for Cinesthesia is generously provided by the greatest bands that have ever been, The Coctails and Soft Healer.

    • 52 min
    CINESTHESIA: ITS TIME AGAIN. AGAIN

    CINESTHESIA: ITS TIME AGAIN. AGAIN

    Jason and Jim are back from Hell. Cinesthesia returns with new episodes Monday, Feb. 10. Listen as two confused men struggle to comprehend that they even have a podcast. Come hear what we see.

    Join a filmmaker (and sometimes film teacher) and a film teacher (and sometimes filmmaker) as they venture into the dark heart of their own befuddled relationship to culture, the youth, the internet, friendship, love, hate, time, space and, of course: *m*o*v*i*e*s*. Come hear what we see.

    CINESTHESIA is produced by Iguanodonald Studios and distributed by Split Tooth Media. Music for Cinesthesia is generously provided by the greatest bands that have ever been, The Coctails and Soft Healer.

    • 30 s
    Reel Rap S6 E8: Mike Nichols' 'Primary Colors' (1998)

    Reel Rap S6 E8: Mike Nichols' 'Primary Colors' (1998)

    Shane and Bennett give three cheers for the red, white and blue on Nichols' underwhelming political late-Nineties comedy. This week's Reel Rap looks back at Mike Nichols’ 1998 feature 'Primary Colors.' Shane and Bennett find little of value in the folksy rendering of the American electoral landscape. Shane shares his Kathy Bates story, Bennett measures the value of John Travolta and they express disappointment that this film, penned by Elaine May, was better received than Ishtar (1987).

    A comedy duo straight out of William Penn’s backyard, Bennett Glace, an adult Disney fan, and Shane Pfender, an ordained minister, have for years lent a critical eye to Hollywood’s most tedious auteurs. They are a comedy duo for film snobs and slobs alike. Exhausted by the current uninspired landscape of film criticism, the two work to find a new language with which to understand and interact with the films they cover on their inimitable podcast, Reel Rap.

    • 48 min
    CINESTHESIA: IT'S TIME AGAIN

    CINESTHESIA: IT'S TIME AGAIN

    Jason and Jim are coming back from Hell. Cinesthesia returns with new episodes Monday, Feb. 10. Listen as two confused men struggle to comprehend that they even have a podcast. Come hear what we see.

    Join a filmmaker (and sometimes film teacher) and a film teacher (and sometimes filmmaker) as they venture into the dark heart of their own befuddled relationship to culture, the youth, the internet, friendship, love, hate, time, space and, of course: *m*o*v*i*e*s*.

    CINESTHESIA is produced by Iguanodonald Studios and distributed by Split Tooth Media. Music for Cinesthesia is generously provided by the greatest bands that have ever been, The Coctails and Soft Healer.

    • 1m
    Reel Rap: Best of the Decade

    Reel Rap: Best of the Decade

    Reel Rap is taking a break from Elaine May and Mike Nichols to discuss their favorite films of the 2010s, and, most importantly, to point out how great their taste is. Bennett selects 11 inscrutable films that he couldn't shake, films that introduced him to new favorite filmmakers and made him invest in the people's careers who made them. Shane, with his admittedly small sample of films seen last decade, picks the movies that embedded themselves in his head for years and forged a permanent place in his life.

    A comedy duo straight out of William Penn’s backyard, Bennett Glace, an adult Disney fan, and Shane Pfender, an ordained minister, have for years lent a critical eye to Hollywood’s most tedious auteurs. They are a comedy duo for film snobs and slobs alike. Exhausted by the current uninspired landscape of film criticism, the two work to find a new language with which to understand and interact with the films they cover on their inimitable podcast, Reel Rap.

    • 1h 9 min

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