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We love movies. Every week we spend countless hours viewing, meditating upon, and engaging in lengthy pseudo-intellectual discourse about movies--hours that probably should be spent doing something more productive. Eventually, we decided to start recording our conversations on a wax cylinder. While the medium may have not been the best choice for audio quality, we have managed to improve the technology so that our rants could be understood. And there was much rejoicing in the land (except from Steven's wife, who was terribly embarrassed about the whole thing). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buried-cinema/support

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We love movies. Every week we spend countless hours viewing, meditating upon, and engaging in lengthy pseudo-intellectual discourse about movies--hours that probably should be spent doing something more productive. Eventually, we decided to start recording our conversations on a wax cylinder. While the medium may have not been the best choice for audio quality, we have managed to improve the technology so that our rants could be understood. And there was much rejoicing in the land (except from Steven's wife, who was terribly embarrassed about the whole thing). Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/buried-cinema/support

    Episode 322 - Cool Cat Saves the Beavers

    Episode 322 - Cool Cat Saves the Beavers

    We're joined by special guest, comedian Dan Kapr, for part one of our junk january in which we review two of the worst movies we could find: Derek Savage's supposed anti-bullying (but very pro-Derek) PSA, COOL CAT SAVES THE KIDS (2015); and the first animated feature to come out of Scotland (though they may want to skip that in the tourism brochures), SIR BILLI (2012), featuring the voice talent of a retired Sir Sean Connery. Sure, they're both terrible movies full of problematic content. They sure are. Join us next time for part two when we talk about RIKI-OH: THE STORY OF RICKY and SGT. KABUKIMAN N.Y.P.D.


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    • 58 min
    Episode 321: Who Donuts & Chicken Boos

    Episode 321: Who Donuts & Chicken Boos

    We had some trouble getting this one out before 2019's end, but here it is. We're discussing mystery movies, with a popular one currently in theaters and just today nominated for a screenplay Oscar, Rian Johnson's KNIVES OUT; and a documentary from a few years ago about one of the weirdest cases of identity fraud ever, Bart Layton's THE IMPOSTER. We have all new weird audio issues this episode, what with all the fairies flittering around Tom's head out there in Utah, so we hope you'll forgive us and wish us better luck in 2020.

    Speaking of 2020, join on us on our next episode, because it's our annual Junk January, and we once again will be reviewing some of the worst movies we could dredge up.


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    Episode 320: Yin Chien Yangdalou

    Episode 320: Yin Chien Yangdalou

    Our recording session was as WTF as the movies we watched. It's time for our annual WTF podcast, when we review the strange and bizarre--just in time for Thanksgiving! We kick things off with the O.G. WTF film, Luis Buñuel and Salvador Dali's 1929 surrealist classic UN CHIEN ANDALOU. Next we jump to 2006 with Michael Arias' anime adaptation of Taiyō Matsumo's manga TEKKONKINKREET and discuss the concept of yin and yang. Then we bring back podcast favorite, Rubber writer/director Quentin Depieux, with his 2014 film REALITY. At the end, we look forward to a couple of movies about iconic artists Vincent van Gogh and Frida Kahlo.


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    • 48 min
    Episode 319: Wait... That's Not Disney?

    Episode 319: Wait... That's Not Disney?

    Brian has first pick and chooses Don Bluth's wannabe Disney-princess film ANASTASIA (1997). Tom tears it to shreds and then switches to the opposite extreme to defend his pairing, THE BRAVE LITTLE TOASTER (1987). What makes both of these films terrifying fare for children? How does The Brave Little Toaster exemplify what's wrong with America? What does Nate's impression of a pissed-off Sylvester Stallone sound like? Find out on Buried Cinema as we ask the question: Wait... that's not Disney?


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    • 59 min
    Episode 318: Everyone On This Podcast Has Nick Offerman's Face

    Episode 318: Everyone On This Podcast Has Nick Offerman's Face

    Our podcast this week consists of a college professor, a high school English teacher, a former science teacher, and a one-time substitute assistant pre-school teacher, but we all used to be high schoolers. Our movies this week are ME AND EARL AND THE DYING GIRL (2015) and HEARTS BEAT LOUD (2018), both featuring Nick Offerman, which mixed with a certain recent popular deep-fake video gave our sound editor literal nightmares. We talk about death. We talk about racism. We talk at length (no pun intended) about Superman's codpiece.  We make revelations about our own high school experiences. Join us as Buried Cinema goes "Back to School."


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    • 1 hr 9 min
    Episode 284: Nate Wants Seconds - The Whine Orgy [Throwback Thursday]

    Episode 284: Nate Wants Seconds - The Whine Orgy [Throwback Thursday]

    Nate chooses 'Alien: Covenant' to kick things off this month, and gives us the theme "seconds." We're all still a little hazy on why. Nevertheless, Kevin dug deep and chose John Frankenheimer's 1966 psychological thriller 'Seconds' starring Rock Hudson (segment begins at 32:24). And join us next week as we discuss 'Songs from the Second Floor' and 'Once.'


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    • 56 min

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