A podcast about the obscure films we found scouring video stores, bored in the 1980s and 1990s.
Ep 1.11 ＞ Paperhouse (1988)
Rick and Jim dispel Chris' notion that Chuck Mangione signed Soul Asylum. All our hosts decide whether Sting is a musician just prior to reviewing the 1988, surreal dream "Paperhouse".
Ep 1.10.6 >> Fast Forward
Chris, Rick, and Jim catchup after a long hiatus. They apologize and talk tour vehicles prior to announcing the next LFR film to be reviewed.
Ep 1.10.5 || Pause
The LFR crew has been cooking up some special episodes to wrap up the series. So, in the interim, Chris Lost makes some humble suggestions of where to find them in their absence this month.
Ep 1.10 > Gloria (1980)
Chris Lost takes a risk and picks a film that he's never seen, but haunted him from the Showtime Video shelves. Tune it to see if Chris, Rick, or Jim find it a gem or a sloppy mistake. Spoiler alert, their opinions vary.
Ep 1.9.5 >> Fast Forward
An oddly comfortable and amicable conversation with our hosts about bike rides, serial killers, and the various ways one could be perceived if they disfigure their spouse. There is one point of tension when Rick dares Chris to edit Rick's introduction.
Ep 1.9 > They Might Be Giants (1971)
A review and debate about the 1971 delightful romantic philosophical, biblical(?), comedy(?), "They Might Be Giants".
This podcast should be found. Movies are great and even when they are not, the conversation is always enlightening. FIVE STARS
Musicians nerd out on film? Yes. Yes please.