With a Special SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL Update from Matt Patches and Jordan Hoffman!
This week, it’s a Frankenstein episode in the sense that Katey, David and Da7e assemble in chilly New York City to discuss the feminism of Beyoncé Knowles’ December album release and answer a listener voicemail about why so many film reviews choose to not be overwhelmingly negative or glaringly positive. Finally, the torso of the show has been stitched onto the legs in the form of a third segment with Matt Patches reporting from Park City Utah where he and recurring guest Jordan Hoffman have the scoop on this year’s festival so far.
Oh, and that SCREEN BITES review of Sherlock Series 3 episode 1 that Da7e mentions? THAT’S RIGHT HERE.
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00:00 – 00:48: Lightning Round: Undeserving Lackluster Career
00:48 – 02:43 Intro: Welcome To Episode 7!
02:43 – 13:43 Katey Tidbit: Beyoncé and Feminism
13:43 – 21:33 Voicemail: Middle of the Road Reviews
21:33 – 51:31 Segment 3: Patchdance, with Matt and Jordan
51:31 – 53:53 Outro
This week’s music:
“Partition” by Beyoncé
“Moves” by The New Pornographers
“Trick Pony” by Charlotte Gainsbourg
“1000 Pieces of Light” by Jess