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I Saw It On Linden Street is dedicated to the joy of finding appreciation in cult films, exploitation oddities, beloved classics and all points in-between. Host Chris Roberts invites listeners to join in as they screen movie magic in the Linden Street Cinema Experience Theatre.

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I Saw It On Linden Street is dedicated to the joy of finding appreciation in cult films, exploitation oddities, beloved classics and all points in-between. Host Chris Roberts invites listeners to join in as they screen movie magic in the Linden Street Cinema Experience Theatre.

Check us out: www.LSCEP.com

    Bonus Ep. Election 2020

    Bonus Ep. Election 2020

    Join Chris as he uses his history degree for something semi-useful and talks about the 44 men who have held higher office in the good old U.S.A. Some interesting trivia, a couple of opinions, and a heartfelt plea to vote on Tuesday. Oh...and Neo-Noir films are coming at your face on Monday. That is all.

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    • 1 hr 34 min
    My Fellow Americans (1996)

    My Fellow Americans (1996)

    Two former U.S. Presidents & hated rivals join forces to expose the current corrupt President and a conspiracy to eliminate them. Join Chris as he muses about Grumpy Old Men, James Garner, & the passage of time as the LSCE screens the Peter Segal 1996 comedy “My Fellow Americans.” Join us!

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    • 57 min
    Wag The Dog (1997)

    Wag The Dog (1997)

    Two weeks before the general election- a spin doctor joins forces with a Hollywood producer and his team of marketing gurus to create a sham war to distract the public from a sex scandal the incumbent finds himself embroiled in. Join Chris as he digs into embedded media, the first Gulf War, & weird family movie nights, as the LSCE screens the Barry Levinson 1997 eerily prescient satire “Wag the Dog.” Join us!

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    • 1 hr 4 min
    The Candidate (1972)

    The Candidate (1972)

    Bill McKay is a candidate for the U.S. Senate from California. He has no chance of winning...but as he starts to gain traction, he finds himself making a series of compromises that changes what he stands for and who he is. Tune in as Chris talks John V. Tunney, last lines, & Dan Quayle missing the point- plus stick around for a special guest joining us in "The Sidecar," as the LSCE screens 1972's political satire "The Candidate." Join us! 
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    • 1 hr 8 min
    Bulworth (1998)

    Bulworth (1998)

    Disillusioned by compromises made over his lengthy career,  a suicidal liberal Senator puts a contract out on himself and begins to speak honestly  with his voters, turning to drinking, dancing, and rapping to get his point across...and to everybody's shock- it works! Join Chris as he muses on picking your battles, essentialism, and the concept of "the truth" as the LSCE screens Warren Beatty's scathing 1998 cult political satire "Bulworth." Join us!

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    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Boondock Saints (1999)

    The Boondock Saints (1999)

    In an act of self-defense, two twin Irish brothers kill some Russian mobsters and afterwards are struck with the epiphany that they have been chosen by God to eliminate evil in the world. Join Chris as he talks about the pitfalls of film fashion, unchecked egos, and the problems with autographs as the LSCE concludes the theme of “A Pulpy Mess” & screens the 1999 cult crime thriller “The Boondock Saints.” Join Us!

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    • 1 hr 10 min

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