30 episodes

Joe Hall and Cheryl Quimba watch movies then say things about those movies. They have strong feelings about Todd Haynes, Korean horror, class warfare, and how not to make a twenty-first century rom com. They're basically Siskel and Ebert, but with nothing to lose.

Two for Space Jam, Please Cheryl Quimba and Joe Hall

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Joe Hall and Cheryl Quimba watch movies then say things about those movies. They have strong feelings about Todd Haynes, Korean horror, class warfare, and how not to make a twenty-first century rom com. They're basically Siskel and Ebert, but with nothing to lose.

    Episode 31 – The Assistant (2019)

    Episode 31 – The Assistant (2019)

    We talk about 2019’s The Assistant, an icy, realist examination of a tyrannical boss, sexual abuse, and complicity in the workplace. Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro. As always, send yr comments, questions, and movie suggestions to twoforspacejamplease @ gmail.com and subscribe on iTunes or Google Play.

    Episode 30 – Is Floor Lava? Floor is Lava. Floor is Lava… (2020)

    Episode 30 – Is Floor Lava? Floor is Lava. Floor is Lava… (2020)

    We don’t have anything to say about the show that most people are watching or recently watched and are experiencing as a gummy cavity where their time was: Floor Is Lava. Don’t watch it. Or do. Nothing matters. Floor is lava. Thanks to slfhlp for providing us some SICK BEATS for our intro and outro. As always, … Continue reading "Episode 30 – Is Floor Lava? Floor is Lava. Floor is Lava… (2020)"

    Episode 29 – Jackson Rising (2017) (Book Club)

    Episode 29 – Jackson Rising (2017) (Book Club)

    Book club is back. We discuss the first chapter of Jackson Rising (Daraja Press, 2017) and Cooperation Jackson’s expansive vision. We don’t do Patreon or merch or anything here, but if you’re a fan of the podcast, we’d love it if you donate to Cooperation Jackson or Buffalo’s Black Love Resists in the Rust. Thanks … Continue reading "Episode 29 – Jackson Rising (2017) (Book Club)"

    Episode 28 – Means TV

    Episode 28 – Means TV

    What does it mean in the year of our Lord 2020 to seek out media that is not produced by profit-driven, morally bankrupt, corporate machines?  Means TV — self-billed as the world’s first worker-owned, post-capitalist streaming service — is here to help answer that. They’ve got documentaries, shorts, news, cartoons, satirical Buzzfeed-y life hack videos, … Continue reading "Episode 28 – Means TV"

    Episode 27 – De Rigueur Tiger King Content

    Episode 27 – De Rigueur Tiger King Content

    It wasn’t until after we recorded our conversation about Netflix’s Tiger King that we realized the hit documentary series is a mirror and what it shows is inscrutable. But that didn’t stop us! We cover labor, misogyny, Edward Said, spectacle, captivity, electoral politics, exploitation, the exotic-animal-owner-as-colonizer, polyamory, true crime, and lions, and tigers, and bears. … Continue reading "Episode 27 – De Rigueur Tiger King Content"

    Episode 26 – How to Beat Coronavirus Capitalism

    Episode 26 – How to Beat Coronavirus Capitalism

    While we’re all marooned at home baking bread in sweatpants and trying to make friends with our very legitimate and mounting anxieties, Naomi Klein, Astra Taylor, and Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor had an on-fire Zoom conversation about coronavirus capitalism and how to beat it. Haymarket Books (as always, a model publisher for the people) hosted, and thousands … Continue reading "Episode 26 – How to Beat Coronavirus Capitalism"

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