Thursday, November 16, 2017

Episode 76: Field of Frequency

Dead Dads!

This week, Faults in the Vaults pairs two fantasy films featuring unexplained connections between failed fathers and regret filled sons. We sell the farm and plow through Field of Dreams (1989), in order to bend space and time and rewrite the past in favor of Frequency (2000).

The Mailbag sparks a search and conversation about an oft-forgotten parody film, The Silence of the Hams (1994).

This Week in Torrents, Josh hops across the pond to highlight Toby MacDonald and Mark Chappell's hilarious, but short lived series, My Life in Film (2004).

Mitch goes Diggin' Up the Docs to take a look at Steve McQueen: The Man and Le Mans (2015), the fascinating chronicle of classic cool movie star McQueen's obsession with auto racing and the troubled production to get Le Mans (1971) to screen.

S.T.U.R.G.E.S. debuts a brand new segment - Soapbox Seconds - which adds extra insights and opinions on films and topics discussed during previous episodes. Also in this episode, Josh's birthday recap and alcohol-induced impulse buys, the Michael Parks documentary finds new life, and Mitch runs afoul of the Irvine Police Department over a breakfast burrito.




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