In honor of the new release of Legend of Tarzan we've got our Top 5 Man(or Woman)/Animal companion combo!
Thanks to Alamo Winchester, Andy Gyurisin, Faye Guerra and Psycho Cinema the Dorks got a chance to finally catch the underground cult phenomenon: Tommy Wiseau's The Room. And to make this even more special, in attendance was star of the film Greg Sestero. Greg was nice enough to hang out for a live Q & A and to also talk about his book The Disaster Artist. But before all of that awesome madness, we got to sit down with Greg and talk a little bit about the book, the film and his life post The Room. A very cool guy who made for a very cool interview. We hope you all enjoy!
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TGIFF fellow dorks! This Fistful, we've got a Fistful of Dream Screenings. Inspired by the recent screening of Xanadu at the Alamo Drafthouse in One Loudon, which happens to be a dream screening for Mrs. Ruzin in celebration of her 9th anniversary with her husband, head of programming at the Alamo, and our friend Gabe Ruzin. So if we had it our way, these would be the films we'd screen theatrically with all of our friends and loved ones.
Ladies and gentlemen, we are proud to present our first entry in our new ITMOD Film Club! An offshoot of our HOMEWORKcast, ITMOD Film Club is a new monthly episode where we pick a film that we think you- our listeners, would dig or at least like to discuss. Once announced, you'll have a couple of weeks to check it out, then submit your questions or comments which we'll then read on the air and use to drive the discussion on the Film Club review episode! Which brings us to our first film, one that ITMOD has been championing ever since we got an advanced screening last year. And that film is The Invitation. The Turtle Dork is catching it for the first time so he and our listener questions and comments get the conversation going for this review. We hope you were able to catch the film and we hope you enjoy the episode. We'd like for it to catch on, so please spread the word. And don't forget to send us any recommendations for any films you think would make for a great discussion with the rest of our listeners!
This Week In Dork we review Warcraft. Wife Dork catches up on Poster Never Stop Never Stoping. She also follows up on Maria Bamford with some recommendations of podcasts that she's appeared on. Mouth Dork rematches and discusses the awesome Dredd. Disco talks the uncomfortable indie film Lamb, The Conjuring 2 and Korean horror film: The Wailing. And of course before wrapping up we mingle on social media.
Rounding out Wife Dork's homework stint, she discusses what could possibly be The Turtle Dork's favorite film of all time- The Grey aka Liam Neesons Punchin' Wolves! NEESONS! An apparently deeply affecting film, Joe Carnahan's Man vs Wilderness movie sparks a very passionate discussion that we look forward to sharing with you all.
This Week In Dork, Turtle Dork preps for the upcoming Independence Day: Resurgence by revisiting Independence Day on Blu-ray and talks Awesome-Con. Wife Dork also talks Awesome-Con before talking Maria Bamford's Lady Dynamite. Mouth Dork talks the end of Mike Mignola's Hellboy In Hell run. Disco discusses Lonely Island's Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping, Carnage Park and the indescribable The Greasy Strangler.
This week, Wife Dork and Disco discuss her most recent homework assignment: Vanilla Sky starring Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz. Wife Dork combs through her notes with a little assistance of Disco Dork to try and decipher this heady love story directed by Cameron Crowe.