Conor and Luke are back with discussions of Motern Media, First Love, golf club depots and death defying stunts.

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Japanese Animation gets a shot this week when we feature The Castle Of Cagliostro. The Boxing Season continues with Conor’s favourite so far, The Set-Up. Table Time covers the radio advice show Loveline ( http://www.lovelinestream.com/ )and John Steinbeck’s Cannery Row. Question Time looks at what actors or directors we’d like to see make a comeback.

Time Stamps

(00:00) Intro, Castle of Cagliostro
(16:19) Boxing Pictures Season: The Set-Up
(34:14) Table Time: Love Line and Cannery Row
(42:55) Question Time

Cheerfully Inaccurate

This week we got nothing wrong!

Stuff We Mentioned This Week:

Section 1:
The Castle Of Cagliostro
Ponyo
Spirited Away
Princess Mononoke
Boogiepop Phantom

Section 2:
The Set-Up
Fat City
The Hammer
Crying Fist

Section 3:
Loveline – http://www.lovelinestream.com/
The Hammer
Cannery Row

Section 4:
Mickey Rourke
Chow Yun Fat
Homeboy

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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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For this week’s feature Conor and Luke are wowed and discomfited in equal measures by Alan Pakula’s magnificent The Parallax View. They are moved to man-emotions by Homeboy, the first in the new Boxing Pictures season. For table time, they bring the disingenuous Kick-Ass to the table along with the charming Brütal Legend. Question time sees Conor confronted and forced to finally answer the question “What exactly do you mean, you’re indestructible from the eyebrows up?”

Time Stamps

(00:00) Intro, The Parallax View
(17.50) Boxing Pictures Season: Homeboy
(28:48) Table Time: Kick-Ass and Brütal Legend
(45:50) Question Time

Cheerfully Inaccurate

This week it’s more Cheerfully Insufficient: We never told the listeners who it was at the door. Turns out it was Neil, who brought food. (It was delicious.)

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