Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Episode 17: 'Deliver Us from Evil'

"Ha Ha Hoo!"

Another day dawns. The sun once again rises, as J&J venture forth to sit on their butts and talk into a microphone, to you, audience. This week the boys absolutely did not watch 'Tammy'. But they did watch film #48738, 'Deliver Us From Evil', based on true ideas about a memoir based on true events from the life of Ralph Sarchie, "Freelance Demonologist". (Pro bono domonolo!) Say what you want about the guy, his business cards are probably twenty times cooler than yours.

Meanwhile, Jon's experiments ingesting household cleaning products Soylent have gone on for a week now. And he's still alive! Joel freaking loves Christopher Young, and he thinks you should too. The duo trade in podcast idols and aspirations. And if that's not enough for you, how about some monkeys with long grangly arms and weird expressions of pain? Better? Make yourself comfortable for episode seventeen of 'Talk and Trivia': 'Deliver Us from Evil'.

<meta_aside>SPOILERS ABOUND</meta_aside>

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Topics this week include:
- 'Deliver Us from Evil'.
- 'Nightmare Playground' from Dark Roasted Blend.
- Cop thrillers and horror thrillers.
- Kevin Smith's Q&A in Neuchatel.
- 'The Exorcist'.
- "Jon's Soylent blog!
- Bryan Fuller's black-humor, meta shows.
- 'The Knick' and 'Red Oaks'.
- Scott Derrickson and morality tales.
- 'Hannibal' s01.
- Joel's PBotW: 'Wonder Woman: War'; 'The Nightly News'

Homework this week includes:
- Go watch 'Behind the Candelabra'.
- And 'Glengarry Glen Ross'.
- (EXTRA CREDIT): Christopher Young. Look him up.

Essential Quotations:
- [throws holy water] "Sal-vedosh dish-dosh mosh-duh-dosh."
- "Just because it's Latin doesn't mean it's NOT EVIL."

- Kevin Smith is a god.
- Jon's podcasting ideal: 'Back to Work'.
- Joel's podcasting ideal: PERFECTION.
- "Twitter stuff" incoming?
- My God, extended markers and subclips in FCP make editing podcasts at least fifteen times easier.
- But in the meantime... Monkeys... Everywhere...