Journey with me as I fill up the gaps in my Pop Culture knowledge, and increase my Pop Culture IQ.
Jeremy's turning 42 and he's decided to run for Sanctuary. Or just podcast about it. Journey with him as he talks briefly about the 1976 science fiction classic, Logan's Run. And then he talks about his favorite dystopian science fiction movies, because who DOESN'T want to get depressed when talking about the future?
As always, please review, share and rate my show. And if you want to tell me YOUR favorite dystopian science fiction movie, you can do that at my voice mail - 585-371-8986!
Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid
Jeremy's bringing back his show, Mind the Gaps: A Journey Through Popular Culture, and he's talking about the 1969 classic, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. How did he feel about the performances of Paul Newman and Robert Redford? How does he REALLY feel about Burt Bacharach? Find out when listening to this episode!
The music featured on this show was Twisting by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
6 - Dr. Strangelove
After a holiday break, Jeremy returns with an episode discussing Stanley Kubrick and his films, focusing on Dr. Strangelove (Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb).
5 - The Manchurian Candidate
Jeremy continues his journey through popular culture, despite injury and sickness between episodes. In this show, he reviews The Manchurian Candidate from 1962, and recommends an underappreciated film written by John Hughes.
4 - Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
Because of the insane 2016 US Presidential Election Cycle, Jeremy tackles politics for the month of November. First up? He experiences Mr. Smith Goes to Washington for the first time. Plus: A New Segment!
3 - Psycho
Jeremy wanted to get more likes on the Mind the Gaps Facebook Page, but did not meet his goal. However, slow growth is still growth, so here's his review of Psycho (1960).
The Landlady (a short story that's similar to Psycho -
Synopsis - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Landlady_(short_story)
Full text - http://tinyurl.com/za64mp6