Thank you to everyone who made the Science Fiction Film Podcast possible and thank you so much for listening. Please join us in our new digs and be sure to not miss the amazing content that you've come to love! SUBSCRIBE BELOW! Introducing: The Lost Drive-In Podcast Description:The ‘Lost Drive-In’ is the latest podcast from LSG Media and unlike anything you’ve heard in movie podcasting. Science fiction. Horror. Action schlock. Cult and B-movies. Every week Matthew and Dean watch a genre film and discuss it in a raw, honest, and often hilarious way. Their uncensored conversational style is less stuffy criticism, and more joking with your profane pals. You will howl with laughter and be occasionally shocked by a ridiculous statement or maybe even an unexpected insight. New episodes drop Mondays. SubscribeApple Podcasts Android Spotify RSS Address: https://lostdrivein.libsyn.com/rss Socials Dean on Twitter & Instagram - @deanlsgmedia Matthew on Twitter - @matthewlsgmedia LSG on Twitter & Instagram - @lsgmedia
Episode Rundown 03:53 - A pretty good movie with GREAT performances. 07:45 - Dean relates to the blue-collared wayward boy. 11:41 - Will's friends are honest, loyal, and tough. 15:35 - No scarves allowed. 21:25 - Danny Elfman's music is BAD in this movie. 24:26 - A brawl with the bully. 32:49 - Screenplay excellence. 37:21 - Let's talk Skylar (Minnie Driver). 39:26 - Ambition is not always good. 44:09 - My math is wicked tough and way better than yours! 46:26 - Keep the scarves away from Robin Williams! 49:18 - A vaguely foreign hypnotist. 56:14 - Will jabs, feints, and probes for weakness in Sean's personality. 1:04:18 - Sean talks knowledge versus experience. 1:09:38 - Creating trust with the patient. 1:16:04 - Let it go! You aren't perfect. 1:21:11 - Robin Williams' brilliance despite a bad Boston accent. 1:27:53 - Matthew and Dean want stuff out of their conversations. 1:31:12 - Dean is not going to schmooze. 1:48:22 - Let him put a pinky in so we can watch Clerks! 1:55:27 - Good dialogue focuses on the subtext. 1:58:41 - Will wields the truth for purpose but not principle. 2:09:37 - Masking fear with false virtue. 2:12:12 - Gerry Lambeau's arrogance in assuming what's best. Twitter Dean @dean_lsgmedia Matthew @matthewfromlsg LSG @lsgmedia Get bonus content here! Disclaimer: This is a commentary and criticism show that will routinely slander, suggest, and make wild claims - it should be considered comedy entertainment only, and not to be taken seriously. Take responsibility for your own feelings and actions.
Episode Rundown 00:54 - Miyazaki the anime hero 05:08 - Shades of gray morality 06:01 - Unburdened by Western political baggage 08:53 - Ashitaka's empathy and respect for the opposition 15:29 - The animation of combat 22:23 - Progress as a bullet (and metaphor) 24:04 - The Emishi 27:00 - The fantasy setting & Human vs. Nature 28:27 - The village attack 30:15 - The stakes are high for Nature 32:42 - Jigo's pragmatism 36:35 - Lady Eboshi and Moro's attack run 44:02 - The beauty and ruthlessness of Nature 48:00 - Iron Town 52:15 - Ashitaka's respect for Lady Eboshi despite their contention 1:00:36 - San vs. Lady Eboshi with Ashitaka as the moderator 1:05:22 - Nature's internal squabbling 1:18:52 - Holding destructive and creative forces in balance 1:25:29 - Lord Asano's troops get trounced at Iron Town 1:30:54 - Moro doesn't hate all humans, only Lady Eboshi 1:32:49 - Ashitaka's refusal to commit to hate 1:40:20 - The inevitability of death, change, and rebirth 1:46:22 - The unceremonious decapitation of the Forest Spirit 1:50:26 - The Forest Spirit's death breathes life into the land Twitter Dean @dean_lsgmedia Matthew @matthewfromlsg LSG @lsgmedia Get bonus content here! Disclaimer: This is a commentary and criticism show that will routinely slander, suggest, and make wild claims - it should be considered comedy entertainment only, and not to be taken seriously. Take responsibility for your own feelings and actions.
Episode Rundown 03:20 - Separating the art from the artist 11:44 - Natalie Portman's thoughts on the movie now 14:06 - Mathilda's confused feelings - Part 1 15:32 - Who does the 'sexual misunderstanding' plot appeal to? 18:07 - Age of consent around the globe - YUCK 22:35 - Why did Leon never explicitly say, "NO!" to Mathilda's advances 34:11 - The most French pants of all time 42:30 - The setting as a heightened version of reality 44:41 - Gary Oldman's improv and Stansfield's collision course 46:56 - Please beat your children quieter 49:27 - Mathilda's world before Leon 51:19 - Stansfield as the Angel of Mercy 54:07 - Don't sugar-coat how terrible life is to your children 55:32 - Maybe just murder Mathilda and move on? 57:11 - The Stansfield and Beethoven connection 1:02:20 - Mad Oldman and Hot-Head Matt 1:13:28 - Besson corrects Matthew's assessment of Natalie Portman 1:15:19 - Leon's stunted social development 1:24:27 - "S" comes after "K" except with sniper rifles and knives 1:35:05 - Matthew is derailed when he forgets some names 1:40:00 - Matthew's sketch playground "studies" 1:42:29 - Mathilda's confused feelings - Part 2 1:45:53 - The most distracted cop of all time 1:48:16 - A couple of nerds discuss some vampire powers 2:00:32 - Besson directs a child as if she were a woman. YUCK. 2:04:40 - Mathilda's confidence withers under Stansfield's presence 2:11:42 - "It's about time this child has sex." Luc Besson 2:14:59 - "She asked for it." Matthew the Defendant Twitter Dean - @dean_lsgmedia Matthew - @matthewfromlsg LSG - @lsgmedia Support Support LSG Media by becoming a member