And we’re back! In what might be our quickest turn around ever (not really, but just let us have this one) we are back with our series opening show of High and Low (Brow). This show’s theme, Future Strange, was submitted by a listener and it certainly lived up to its title as these were two of the oddest films we have encountered to date.
First up for us is the rare genre film from the great Robert Altman, Quintet. This film, which takes place after a new Ice Age has wiped out most of humanity, and those people that do survive are certainly lacking their own forms of humanity. Next up is the British comedy-thriller-science fiction-fantasy-glam-mod-mystery film The Final Programme, which is an adaption of the Michael Moorcock novel of the same name. This film is a bit difficult to describe and sum up in a few words, but make no mistake, it is a movie. That is something both James and I can agree on.
Following that we bring you yet another selection show, this time our theme will reflect the upcoming Flyway Film Festival, as both James and I will be in attendance. We’re hoping to record down there once again, which will mark our third year of doing so. Hopefully, we will have a number of guest stars as well to join in on the fun and festivities. And maybe even High and Low (Brow) as well.
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