Join us as John and Alexx get irradiated by the rotting corpse of an alien stuffed into the back of a Chevy Malibu. Or, you know, discuss the movie Repo Man
Edgar Wright transforms London’s swinging 60s into a swing and a miss. Listen as the boys bury their Mod/Teddy Boy feud to discuss why.
The fellas grunt and squeak and squawk about the extremely cursed 1996 film and the documentary about its creation.”Lost Soul”
Join podcast aces John (callsign: REAPER) and Alexx (callsign: SIDE SALAD) as they take the highway to…to uh…oh man, I just had this….it’s like a place or something. Let’s say a zone. And that zone…*lowers sunglasses* ain’t safe.
Anyway, tune into find out about playing with the boys, bending the rules and why Alexx hates freedom so much.
What if everything you knew was wrong and everything is actually a nightmare? I mean it is, but what if it was the kind with tentacled monsters and Sam Neill?
NEXT EPISODE: TOP GUN (1986)
Willkommen to episode 128, wherein John and Alexx discuss the WW2 comedy Jojo Rabbit. In a shocking turn of events, both John and Alexx side with the allies… talk about journalistic bias, right? Sheesh.
James Strayer joins the show to to brag about how he cucked Alexx by starting a new podcast with John. Also: We talk about Poltergeist 2.
What better way to wrap up loving Dick than with Cameron Harrison from the TNG podcast Green Shirts (twitter: @greenshirt87). The fellas explore some of the film’s rich themes, including “robots, huh?” and try to figure out why Cameron doesn’t like it.
Tonight John and Alexx continue to love Dick* by discussing the Schwarzenegger classic “Total Recall.” Or do you only remember it that way?
*Phillip K. Dick
Can you imagine a world where the mere thought of crime is illegal? You can? That’s illegal and you are now under arrest.
This is not exactly the plot of Minority report, but can you imagine if it was? Again, that’s illegal and you are being arrested.
This is the first episode in the “I Love Dick” series examining the cinematic adaptations of Philip K Dick’s works. Next up: Total Recall (1990)