Plus David Ehrlich’s Summer Trivia Corner
This week, David, Patches, Joanna and a returning Da7e have got that summertime sadness, oh-whoa-ho-ho-ho. Starting things off with a Lighting Round question about anticipated fall films, it’s a step back into the “worst summer since 1997” for the American Box Office. Are things really that bad? Then, David’s in charge of a summer movie trivia mini-segment before we make a Johnny Gossamer connection between Pascale Ferran’s Bird People and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. It’s subtle special effects and they’re a tool worth mentioning.
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00:00 – 01:07: Lightning Round: Anticipated Fall
01:07 – 04:28: Intro: Welcome To Episode 38! Reviews!
04:28 – 16:49: David’s Tidbit: Just How Bad Was The Summer Really?
16:49 – 28:48 – Mini-Segment: David’s Summer Movie Trivia
28:48 – 53:18 – Segment 3 – Special Effects
53:18 – 55:32 Outro
This week’s music:
“Summertime Sadness” by Lana Del Ray
“Shake It” by Taylor Swift