Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Episode 72: The Dirty Eagles Dare

PodcastNazi Hunters!

This week, Faults in the Vaults goes behind enemy lines to seek out and eliminate some Nazi scum. We're forced to court martial Robert Aldrich's The Dirty Dozen (1967) in order to team up with our Allies across the pond in Brian G. Hutton's Where Eagles Dare (1968).

The Mailbag sparks a conversation of that begins with mindless entertainment and ends with shameless self-promotion. This Week in Torrents, Josh digs up a rare 1974 episode of Bob Godfrey's Do It Yourself Film Animation Show, guest hosted by ex-Python, Terry Gilliam.

Mitch sorts through the frequent title changes and confusing history of Enzo G. Castellari's Italian cult classic, The Inglorious Bastards (1978) in another edition of Where in the World Cinema?

Also in this episode, altercations at the multiplex, killer clowns, earthquakes, and other misadventures...



 

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Soapbox B-Roll #3: Roller Derby Rules, Bone Collectors, and Muppet Love

September schedules provide little room for movie watching, but the Soapbox Office rolls on. We once again break from our regularly scheduled programming to bring you Soapbox B-Roll #3!

B-Roll is an audio bridge of sorts between full episodes of Soapbox Office, featuring extra or expanded discussion left out of prior episodes in addition to brand new unedited conversation covering a wider range of topics and general day to day operations...

In this edition, the Juno/Whip It discussion continues as Josh and Mitch cover some missed talking points from last week's episode, Josh dishes on his busy schedule and latest short film collaboration, and Mitch recalls his visit to the new Slashback Video exhibition, upcoming Beyond Fest film screenings, and his unhealthy obsession with The Muppets.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Episode 71: Juno, Whip It

Whip ItGirl Power!

Special Spotlight Interview - Celia Milius (actress, Wild Seed)

­This week, Faults in the Vaults searches for its feminine side with a pairing of Ellen Page - fronted feminist features. We're forced to abort Jason Reitman's Juno (2007) in favor of Drew Barrymore's female empowering roller derby romp, Whip It (2009).

The Mailbag trolls a hater of info-tainment and sparks more audio FLAC projects for Dr. Josh... Josh goes Diggin' Up the Docs this week to chronicle the rise and evolution of the Riot Grrl movement from the perspective of the woman who helped start it, Bikini Kill's Kathleen Hanna, in Sini Anderson's The Punk Singer (2013)!


Mitch help to navigate the seemingly confusing and surprisingly dense history of Luc Besson's La Femme Nikita (1990) and John Badham's Point of No Return (1993) in another edition of Recycled Cinema.

Also in this episode, Michael Parks tribute month at the New Beverly comes to a close, Cinefamily scandals, stargazing at the Improv, website maintenance, and health issues!




Friday, September 1, 2017

Soapbox B-Roll #2: Parksploitation, Richard Dreyfuss, & Josh's Dead Stepmom

Due to Mitch's head-cold and Josh meeting with a plastic-surgeon about a nose-job, we again take a break from our regularly scheduled programming to bring you Soapbox B-Roll #2!

B-Roll is little more than a drunken-conversation between two jackasses that don't have the time to research a normal episode of the podcast. That's right, it's all Mitch & Josh.

In this edition, Mitch whines and complains about his health, working too much, and his inability to commit to alcoholism. Meanwhile, Josh wheezes and bitches into a microphone about dead family members, masturbating to his friend's movie, and having sociopathic tendencies.

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Episode 70: Rebel Without a Wild Seed

Wild Seed, Soapbox officeYoung Rebels!

This week, Faults in the Vaults returns with a pairing of films depicting rebellious young love and the hardships of youth.We play "Chickie Run" and bail on Rebel Without a Cause (1955) in order to hop a train car and make off with 1965's Wild Seed.

The Mailbag is chock full of shout-outs, worldly connections, and technical questions about the speech patterns of S.T.U.R.G.E.S...

This Week in Torrents, Mitch and Josh detail a brief history of Disney's Silly Symphonies collection, the theatrical short animations that ran from 1929 to 1939.

Wild seedMitch goes Slipping Through The Tracks, courtesy of a birthday request in order to highlight the upbeat bossa nova-laden soundtrack to Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid by the legendary Burt Bacharach!

Also in this episode, night outings at New Beverly, post-TromaDance Other Fish, Outtake-O-Rama with Pinky and the Brain, and more fun with the great products from Raleigh Soapery!

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Soapbox B-Roll #1: Trivia with Budds

This week, Josh and Mitch take a break from your regularly scheduled programming in order to dodge nuclear threats from North Korea and tiki torch Nazis by taking shelter at the New Beverly Cinema for a month long tribute to Michael Parks...

Listen in bewilderment as Mitch calmly and coldly consults his specrtumy database! Hear in horror how Josh wheezes & coughs into the mic when he can't edit an episode! Marvel at our shortcomings while we talk Evil Dead and 70's One Hit Wonders!

Please enjoy the very first Soapbox B-Roll Special featuring our guest spot on the extremely fun and entertaining, Trivia with Budds podcast, hosted by comedian Ryan Budds!

You can find Trivia with Budds on iTunes, Stitcher, Libsyn, and TriviawithBudds.com



Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Episode 69: American Booty Call

Soapbox Office Podcast, movie90's Sex Comedies!

This week, Faults in the Vaults gets a little raunchy. Our hormones kick into overdrive with a pairing of 90's sex comedies, as we swear off all baked goods because of 1999's American Pie and instead plan for a late night visit with Booty Call (1997).

The Mailbag sparks a discussion on classic film noir and continues an old discussion about memorable movie lines. Diggin' Up the Docs has Josh highlighting Danny Gold's If You're Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast (2017) where legendary entertainer, Carl Reiner, sits down and chats with fellow nonagenarians about staying active and productive well into the twilight years.

Soapbox Office Podcast, movieJosh and Mitch take aim at social media's influence over advertising and those pre-trailer trailers in the Soapbox Rant.

Another edition of Recycled Cinema takes a brief look at the comedy work of Francis Veber --- France's unheralded MVP of the Hollywood remake, specifically his modern classic Le Dîner de Cons (1998) and its star-studded American counterpart, Dinner for Schmucks (2010).

Also in this episode, a night at the New Beverly, awkward sex stories, and other silliness with the great products from Raleigh Soapery!