Show Name - BtSD 10-10-2011
Show Number - 73
Real Date - October 10th 2011
Hosts - Matthew Rorie (73) - Alex Navarro (64)
Alex and Rorie discuss movies and stuff! That's all I'm going to write because I'm tired of dealing with this podcast!
00:00:00 - Intro
00:00:30 - I Hate Mondays
00:01:00 - I'm Matthew Rorie - I'm Alex Navarro
00:02:00 - Human Centipede 2
00:03:30 - Dieter Laser
00:04:00 - Aphex Twin
00:04:30 - Dominic Borrelli
00:07:00 - Roger Ebert
00:09:00 - Hostel 2 - Hostel
00:13:30 - The American
00:14:30 - The Silence of the Lambs
00:15:00 - Over the top
00:22:00 - Steve Martin
00:22:30 - The Big Year
00:25:30 - The Avengers
00:27:00 - The Simpsons
00:33:30 - Mad Men
00:34:00 - Game of thrones
00:34:30 - Up All Night
00:41:30 - Transformers
00:53:00 - Rorie - I'm playing the diablo 3 beta
00:59:00 - (Big smiles for me)
Hey guys; what are some of your favorite movie clichés that are completely unreal?
One of my favorites is the detective that sees some suspicious substance on the floor; tastes it, and immediately knows what it is, sometimes even giving you the exact chemical composition!
Who would taste anything from the floor, first of all, but also, I don't know about you, but I couldn't tell if something is gasoline or battery acid by having a taste!
Rorie - I'm not familiar with this.
Rorie - The only thing that comes to mind is when they sniff coke
Alex - Its heroine
Rorie - Not sure about the chemical compound one
Alex - I've got one.
Alex - When a guy is so bad ass that when an explosion is happening behind he just carries on walking
Is human centipede jumping the shark already by pulling the it was a movie but now look at what happens in the real word bit? Normally this happens in the 4th or 7th installments in a series when will we get a Human Centipede in space?
Rorie - Normally he is right, Scream 3 did it.
Rorie - HC2 implies that the first movie was a movie that the main character in the second film has seen.
Alex - Yes. He is watching the DVD over and over while masterbating with sandpaper.
Rorie - Owww, ok. That makes sense.
Rorie - Its not even jumping the shark.
Alex - I can't wait for Human Centipede 3: In the hood - in Space.
I've been listening to "Behind the Screen Door" since the first episode and love the show.
My question is this.
Have you guys seen Kevin Smith's horror/thriller flick "Red State"? If so, what did you think of it? And what do you think of the way Smith has gone about getting the movie to people, such as his "Red State Tour" and the direct-to-video option? Do you know of any other big-named directors that have tried this method of distribution?
Rorie - I've not seen it yet
Alex - I haven't seen it either
Rorie - The subject of the southern stereotypes is something we have covered in the last few podcasts
Rorie - This feels like a "republicans are evil retards type film" and i'm saying that with out haing seen the film.
Rorie - So thats a little judgemental
Alex - Its less concervitive more westboro baptist church
Rorie - Ok
Alex - The film has never looked terribly appealing to me
Rorie - Its coming to a wider release soon
What is your favorite film from your year of birth? Mine is a three-way tie between Scream, The Arrival,and The Rock.
1996 was a great year for film.
Alex - 1981
Rorie - 1979
Rorie - So Alex you have :-
Raiders of the lost arc, On golden pond, Superman 2, Arthur, Stripes, Canonball run, for your eyes only, Time bandits
Alex - Mad Max 2 the road warrior
Rorie - The great Muppet caper, escape from new york
Alex - All great movies but im going to say Scanners
Rorie - Rocky 2 is good, but i would go with A L I E N for my year of birth
In prepping for a lengthy car trip I decided to go through my Blu Ray collection and transfer a few digital copies onto to my PC to stock up my iPhone for the monotony. Much to my surprise most of the movies that I owned had digital copies that had expired.
Copies of the film that exist as actual physical media on a real DVD in the case that I bought and purchased. As a digital download I can understand maybe removing them from servers to make bandwith for newer films but to say that the data on a DVD has expired and is useless because I didn't activate a code on something I own just seems super shady to me.
I ended up going through all my movies that included digital copies and some studios didn't have fine print expiration dates while others have printed dates on them yet don't enforce it. And on the other hand studios like Warner Brothers have ensured I'll never watch any of their films on the go by having dates mere months after the films release. What do you guys think of this, do the studios have a right to sell you a product on physical media then deactivate it because you didn't use it fast enough?
Rorie - It would be in the User Licence Agreement somewhere
Rorie - I've never run into that problem but i don't buy many Blu-rays
Out of the four Directors (Michael Bay, Chris Nolan, Alfonso Cuaron, Rupert Wyatt) who are being approached to Direct the new Twilight Zone movie, who do you think is the best choice? Also do you guys have any opinion on the upcoming Three Stooges movie?
Rorie - Three stooges have never been my thing
Alex - That cast is so barebones
Rorie - For the twilight zone movie i would go for Cuaron.
What are some of your favorite opening titles and theme songs to TV shows?
Some personal favorites was the opening titles to Homicide only in the first few seasons and The Simpsons also had a great intro.
Rorie - The patty duke show
Alex - Golden girls
Rorie - The X-files
Alex - Millennium to. All that stuff
Rorie - Mad Men. I finally finished mad men
Alex - Lost is a good one because its 10 seconds