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April 17, 2016  

Why are American audiences so averted to subtitles?


That's a question we ask this week, as we get deep into Stephen Chow's hilarious 2004 hit Kung Fu Hustle. We take a hard look at the difference between american and foreign audiences, how foreign films get marketed over here, audience reactions to unadvertised subtitles, and most importantly how funny it is when Kung Fu meets Looney Tunes. Join us!







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April 8, 2016  

Welcome to a guest explosion!

With us this week are now regular guests Thomas Ostrowski and Mason Daniel. Along with Austin, these three have come together to vent on the film that has plagued the conversation on Autism for nearly three decades now, Rain Man. If you ever wanted the Autistic opinion on this film, well.. here's three. We talk what they got right, and most important what they got wrong.


We also talk other Autism representations in the media (named or not), and what they mean for the community as a whole. Come join us on this very important episode!


Thomas's gaming channel: Nerd Party


Mason's Blog: So Now Then


I Heart Huckabeeset meltdowns


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April 1, 2016  

Welcome to our third annual April 1st edition of The Film Room!

This week we take a look at the second coming of the career of Harold Ragsdale, specifically the 1994-1999 Cybergun Films era. Even MORE specifically, we are covering the most successful of Cybergun's ventures, 1995's NeoNightmare (Neon-Nightmare). What happens when the Y2K bug infects all of a small tourist town's neon signs? Chaos, that's what! Hear us pick apart this bizarre relic of computer-effects-ridden film that is also clueless about how computers work.


Please enjoy The Ballad of Harold Ragsdale Part 2: Electric Boogaloo!


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Up Next: Kung Fu Hustle!




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