WifeDork MouthDork and Disco have 2 doses of Alamo Drafthouse goodness to discuss! Geek Ambassador Patton Oswald was on hand to provide a live commentary on Death Bed: The Bed that eats. And the filmmakers of Dude Bro Party Massacre III provided a Q&A after the screening of their film. We try to comprehend the deeper meaning of both of these insane pieces of art. Please rate and review us on iTunes. Hit us up on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook @ITMODcast and as always, thank you for listening.
As Summer 2015 comes to a close The Dorks recap a most excellent cinematic season with their Fistful of Summer episode. That's right, an entire episode dedicated to our Top 5 Films of the Summer! As an added bonus, we also Mingle on Social Media and give our Fistful of Fall Anticipation! Yup, our Top 5 Most Anticipated Films of the Fall Season. Please rate us or leave a comment and as always, thank you for listening! P.s. Maybe stay tuned through the outro for a possibly NSFW outtake...
This week we're packin' in 2 reviews! WifeDork, MouthDork, TurtleDork and Disco discuss Guy Ritchie's spy flick: The Man From U.N.C.L.E. starring Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer. Also up for review is F. Gary Gray's N.W.A. biopic: Straight Outta Compton. Please leave us a review or comment on iTunes and also Twitter or FaceBook @ITMODcast. And as always, thank you for listening!
The week the dorks reach the 60th episode! TurtleDork FINALLY catches up with Slow West and Kevin Bacon's latest Cop Car. WifeDork and MouthDork dish on their Blues Brothers Dinner Party at the Alamo Drafthouse and MouthDork talks the insanity of The Howling 2: Your Sister's a Werewolf. Disco finally sees his favorite film of all time Seven Samurai on the big screen and has a huge revelation. In honor of Straight Outta Compton and The Blues Brothers, this week we have a Fistful of Bands. WifeDork reviews her homework from last week: Unforgiven. Please leave a review or comment and as always, Thank You for listening!
This Week In Dork TheTurtleDork gets all the feels discussing his "better late than never" watch of Pixar's Inside Out. WifeDork spent most of her week at a family beach house vacation catching up on some Silver Surfer comics and a live T.J. Miller comedy show with hubby MouthDork. Speaking of MouthDork, he and DiscoDork discuss Joel Egerton's Directorial Debut: The Gift. And in anticipation of Josh Trank's Fantastic 4, MouthDork talks about the Fantastic 4/FF omnibus. Speaking of Fantastic 4, the dorks share there thoughts on what has undoubtably become one of the most derided films of the year. And falling in line with that, we have out Fistful of Trainwrecks. We of course Mingle on Social Media before the wrap up. Please, leave a review or comment, and as always, thank you for listening!
This week in dork TheTurtleDork takes a trip down to Richmond VA to attend the Wizard World Comic-Con to meet and get an autograph from Jason David Frank AKA the Green/White Ranger! MouthDork heads to Wolf Trap and gets to see a screening of J. J. Abram's 2009 Star Trek accompanied by the NSO with the great Michael Giaccino in attendance! Disco hung out at E- Street cinemas to check out Joshua Oppenheimer's companion piece to his The Act of Killing: The Look of Silence as well at the 2015 inde: The Stanford Prison Experiment. This week we have a Fistful of Off-the-Rails Sequels. Please leave a review or comment and as always, thank you for listening!
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to hang out with TheTurtleDork, MouthDork and TheDiscoDork as they discuss Tom Cruise's latest- Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation. Afterwards we Mingle on Social Media and take your questions before wrapping up. Please rate us or leave us a review on iTunes, FaceBook or Podbean. And as always, thank you for listening!
This episode of Remember The Alamo has WifeDork, MouthDork and Disco discussing the facinating documentary: The Wolfpack. A part of The Secret Society of Film-Massons screenings: The Wolfpack documets the lives of 6 brothers practically locked in a New York apartment for almost 15 years and their virtual escape through films, which leads eventually to a literal escape. Shout-out to Aaron Prescott and the rest of the Alamo Drafthouse in One Loudon for screening this facinating film. Please leave a review or comment and as always- thank you for listening!