The two-part special on Roger Corman concludes this week with Targets and Tomb of Ligeia. Our third movie in the boxing season is John Huston’s Fat City. For Table Time we discuss Treme and Sons Of Anarchy. Question Time is particularly exciting because Conor and Luke received a question, and you better believe they answered it.

Time Stamps

(00:00) Intro, Roger Corman, Targets, and Ligeia
(22:10) Boxing Pictures Season: Fat City
(36:08) Table Time: Treme, Sons of Anarchy
(50:01) Question Time

Cheerfully Inaccurate

When Luke said “that really hits the spot, doesn’t it?”

Conor replied “Yes it is,” which is grammatically incorrect. Luke pointed this out with malicious glee after the show.

There is no music before the third section.  We done messed up during the editing!

CLARKE (not Simon) PETERS played Lester Freeman in The Wire.

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5 comments on: Wireless Express Show Episode 8 (18/04/10)

  1. Jaques la Merde

    Wierdest thing just happened, as you guys were talking about the Sons of Anarchy, my son came home with a couple of friends. One of the friends said “I just bought a cool DVD, it’s the Sons of Anarchy with yer man from Hellboy”. I can hear the twilight zone, but now it’s being drowned out by the Shangri-las. I met him at the candy store as I moved into a land of both shadow and substance…

    I am a HUGE fan of Miyazaki since I saw Laputa in about 1990 in the original Japanese, unsubtitled. As I don’t actually speak Japanese I hadn’t a clue what was going on, but I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen. The film was awesome. I have siince seen almost all of Miyazakis movies, with the exception of The Castle of Cagliostro and Ponyo (which I have on DVD, I just haven’t watched it yet). Definitely looking forward to next week’s show.

    Did you ever read his comic of Nausicaa and the Valley of the Wind? It is awesome!!!

  2. Dudebros

    Ooh, that actually is pretty tasty coincidence-wise. I’m a fan of the coincidence.

    Do check out the show, it’s made of win.

    I’m a Miyazaki virgin you see, and Luke has been trying to convert me. First step: Castle of Cagliostro!

    -Conor

  3. Dudebros

    have read Valley of the Wind, it really is a fantastic piece of work. As for Miyazaki, I’m not an overall fan of his work. I like Mononoke and a couple of others, but what really gets me about Cagliostro are the characters and the fluidity of the onscreen action. It really is fantastic, such a charming film. Enjoy the show Jacques!

    Luke

  4. Jaques le Merde

    My top 5 Miyazaki, in no particular order:
    Laputa
    my neighbour Totoro
    spirited away
    kikis delivery service
    princess mononoke

    I left put nausicaa because, although the film is great, the comic is much better.

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