016 – Cold War II Green-Lit After Director’s Previous Indie Success

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Plus Bible Movies We’d See.

This week, Da7e takes a much-deserved vacation, leaving Katey, Patches, and David to worry over the government’s interference in their lives. Or maybe those are the lingering feelings left from catching up with Three Days of the Condor and Manchurian Candidate, two conspiracy thrillers reflecting Cold War and present day mentalities. After shaking their paranoia, the trio turns their attention to indie directors’ blockbuster ambitions, a discussion sparked by Darren Aronofsky’s Noah. And in a rare moment of religious positivity, a mini-segment dedicated to Bible stories that deserve an on-screen treatment. All that and a Raid 2-inspired lighting round question, in this week’s Fighting in the War Room.

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00:00 – 00:36: Lightning Round: Line-Crossing Violence

00:36 – 01:04:   Intro: Welcome To Episode 16! 

01:04- 14:00:   Patches’ Tidbit: Political Thrillers

14:00 – 18:40 – Mini-Segment: Bible Stories of Cinematic Interest

18:40 – 37:50 – Segment 3 – Directors Unleashed 

39:50 – 40:51  Outro


This week’s music:

“Turn Down For What” – DJ Snake & Lil’ John

“The Bends” – Radiohead


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