14 episodes

Are you sick of finishing a movie and feeling unsatisfied or like the person making it was just intentionally trying to anger you by making the film in the first place?

Well by Jove, todays your lucky day because here at the It’s Not That Deep Bro podcast we dive headfirst into the films that over the years that have been considered weird, a mindf@&k or just plain bad to try and work out if there is method behind the madness.

It's Not That Deep Bro MIP LTD

    • Visual Arts
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Are you sick of finishing a movie and feeling unsatisfied or like the person making it was just intentionally trying to anger you by making the film in the first place?

Well by Jove, todays your lucky day because here at the It’s Not That Deep Bro podcast we dive headfirst into the films that over the years that have been considered weird, a mindf@&k or just plain bad to try and work out if there is method behind the madness.

    Ep 14: Wash Us In Blood

    Ep 14: Wash Us In Blood

    It is a jubilant day here at MIP LTD due to the fact Kanye West has released a new song!

    Ølund and Martin will be diving into the highly anticipated new song "Wash Us In Blood" and talking about the background behind the song and what it means for his next anticipated project, the Dr.Dre produced "Jesus Is King 2" (or is it called God's Country, who knows).

    • 31 min
    Ep 13: Boogie Nights

    Ep 13: Boogie Nights

    Another week indoors, another lengthy discussion regarding an under-appreciated classic of cinema!

    Boogie Nights, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson in 1997 is a hero's journey of unexpected proportions that highlights the conflicting juxtaposition of morals, ideology and intention that seem to manifest around a young rising star in any industry. It could be the music industry, it could be the sports world but in the case of Eddie Adams (played by Mark Wahlberg) AKA Dirk Diggler, we are diving into the glitzy yet harrowing world of the golden age of 1970's pornography.

    • 1 hr 22 min
    Ep 12: Close Encounters of the Third Kind & Ufology

    Ep 12: Close Encounters of the Third Kind & Ufology

    This week on It's Not That Deep Bro we are taking a look at a Sci-Fi classic from Steven Spielberg, "Close Encounters of the Third Kind". Released in 1977 not only was this film an unexpected hit after his summer blockbuster flick "Jaws", Spielberg went balls to the wall making sure the film stayed as accurate as possible to the the reality of the UFO phenomena.

    Whats that I hear you say in a skeptical tone?

    "Reality of the UFO phenomena?"
    "There is no reality to the UFO phenomena."

    Well that's not what young Steven Spielberg thought as he worked directly with personnel of the United States official UFO identification program Project Bluebook to make sure his film was true to the fact, and what he found after working with them is that there is much more to this phenomena that sliver disks and little green men.
    If you've ever wanted to know more about the continuing history of the UFO phenomena and how it has bled into pop culture and world events this is the podcast for you.

    • 2 hrs 42 min
    Ep 11: The Holy Mountain

    Ep 11: The Holy Mountain

    Here in the UK, quarantine continues, as does our flow of weekly podcasts!

    This podcast was made to talk about this film.

    The Holy Mountain directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky is a tour de force of cult/avant-garde cinema.
    This podcast is for the hesitant, experience Martin's first experience then dive in for yourself.



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    • 1 hr 48 min
    Ep 10: The King of Comedy

    Ep 10: The King of Comedy

    As we are herded into our houses in fear of an invisible killer it has never been a better time to listen to hour long film discussion podcasts and it just so happens we've got a fresh slice of exactly that.

    This time around on the It's Not That Deep Bro Podcast we are diving into Martin Scorsese's 1982 cult classic "The King of Comedy" starring Robert DeNiro as the idiot savant Rupert Pupkin who will stop at nothing to achieve his dreams. It is a stark contrast to some of Scorsese's most well known films and formed the thematic backdrop for last years box office smash "Joker" directed by Todd Phillips. Scorsese's name was originally attached to "Joker" as executive producer but was dropped later for unknown reasons but his fingerprints remain all over the film.




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    Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4GWgumyJ1JGOGbR7Il8aer?si=glvD1gEmRaqsNenAHwEtfQ

    iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/mip-its-not-that-deep-bro-podcast/id1477854303

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    • 49 min
    Ep 9: Eyes Wide Shut

    Ep 9: Eyes Wide Shut

    This time on It's Not That Deep Bro we talk about Stanley Kubrick's 1999 epic Eyes Wide Shut, starring Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman. Being the final film of Mr Kubrick's filmography, the discussion surrounding this film is laced with conspiracies and hearsay so there is plenty be said this time around on Its Not That Deep Bro.

    • 59 min

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