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Boston Underground Film Festival lineup https://youtu.be/aKKH4UiAUpw?t=155
Country Gold: https://youtu.be/aKKH4UiAUpw?t=333
“The Room” remake: https://youtu.be/aKKH4UiAUpw?t=643
Leonor Will Never Die: https://youtu.be/aKKH4UiAUpw?t=1091
Phenomena 4K UHD: https://youtu.be/aKKH4UiAUpw?t=1298
Where to eat in Chicago: https://youtu.be/aKKH4UiAUpw?t=2152
Discussed in this episode:
Boston Underground Film Festival: Runs March 22-26 in (you guessed it) Boston. Movies of interest include the retro sci-fi Divinity; folk horror Enys Men; Piaffe (a sexy movie about a woman who grows a horse tail); the “Boston Underground Film Festival home page.esque” fantasy Moon Dream; and ‘s highly anticipated latest, Smoking Causes Coughing (trailer here).
Country Gold (2022): Read Giles Edwards’ festival review and listen to interview with director Mickey Reece. Reece’s latest unclassifiable movie is a semi-surreal biopic of a fictional country music singer. Opens this week in NYC, traveling to select cities afterwards, then streaming exclusively on Fandor starting April 4. Country Gold linktree.
Leonor Will Never Die (2022): Read Gregory J. Smalley’s review. If you like brutal Filipino action movies and you like heartwarming weirdness, this is the movie for you. DVD, Blu-ray or VOD. Buy Leonor Will Never Die.
Phenomenon (1985): Read Gregory J. Smalley’s review. Dario Argento‘s nutty movie about telepathic insects (!) gets the 4K treatment (!) from Synapse. Includes three cuts of the film and a ton of extras spread over two (UHD only) discs. Buy Phenomenon [4K UHD].
“The Room” remake: A remake of the accidental comedy The Room, with Bob Odenkirk in the role? Apparently it’s not an early April Fool’s joke. For those who believe that imperfection should not be messed with, the good news is that it’s being done as a benefit for The Foundation for AIDS Research. Slashfilm has the deets.
Zapper! (2023): Criminals try to steal a longboard in a psychedelic universe where bananas fire laser beams. This sophomore microbudget feature is advertised as “a trip by Zapper! on Tubi.” and debuts on Tubi (and some other free services as well.)
WHAT’S IN THE PIPELINE:
Next week’s Pod 366 will have a special guest: Manbaby (now on Tubi). In online reviews, Shane Wilson tackles another one that Came from the Reader-Suggested Queue with the award-winning 30-minute sci-fi short “Analog” (which is available for free viewing). Pete Trbovich was intrigued enough by the description of the 60s sex comedy The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom in Pod 33, Episode 9 to drop off a full-length print review. Next up is a massive treat as El Rob Hubbard drops a thorough investigation of the “House of Psychotic Women” box set. Finally,, director of
Also, we will be hosting a lot more Weird Watch Parties this week! You can see the schedule in the sidebar, but we’ll reiterate here:
Saturday, Mar. 18 at 2:00 PM ET: Django Kill… If You Live, Shoot! (1967) on Tubi via Discord (free). This matinee screening is a good chance for overseas readers to get in a watch party, as it will be evening in Europe.
Sunday, Mar. 19 at 8:45 PM ET: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) on Amazon Prime (subscription required)
Onward and weirdward!