Sunday, September 30, 2012

Episode 35: Fighting Dance Moves

Intimate Nickel Portrait


This week, Rhea and Destiny welcome Becky from All Young Girls Are Machine Guns! Becky plays songs from the new album, Here's Hoping Tomorrow Never Comes, and talks to us about the things near and dear to her heart, including old Adult Swim shows, comics, and Otis Redding. Before that, we keep bringing up time travel and the fiction it inspires, including the new Rian Johnson film, Looper. Rhea gives us her final feelings on that dino-erotica novel, Destiny rambles about Fire Walk with Me, and we list the sweetest boys in the Badlands. We recorded the first part of the episode outdoors, so there are many Comedy Bang Bang-influenced "car breaks."

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Spoiler Alerts for the Following:
Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me
Twin Peaks
Terminator 2

Corrections: Lily Tomlin's character in The West Wing was named Deborah Fiderer. Capt. Murphy was the Sealab 2021 character who was trapped under the Jazz Cola machine. The MST3k episode Rhea discusses is called The Deadly Mantis. Allen Heinberg wrote Young Avengers. The Breeder's song Destiny was talking about is called "Shaker in Gloomtown" (see video below).



Relevant Links:  
Becky on Twitter
All Young Girls Are Machine Guns Tumblr
All Young Girls Are Machine Guns (CD Baby)
Looper trailer
The Time Machine trailer (1960s)
Why Time Travel Stories Should Be Messy
Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Deadly Mantis
Comedy Bang Bang: Takin' a plane break 
A Sound of Thunder trailer
Primer trailer
Field Club
The Mynabirds
Emmy the Great, "Dinosaur Sex"
Sneaky Sound System, "UFO"
The Breeders, "Invisble Man" 
The Breeders, "Shocker in Gloomtown"
The Straight Story (full movie)
Anatomy of a Fascinating Disaster: Fire Walk With Me
Prime Cut trailer
Ally Rhodes, "River Song"
1980star (youtube)

Fucking Books:
 After Sunset by Stephen King (featuring "N")
A Sound of Thunder by Ray Bradbury (entire story)
Eternal Pleasure by Nina Bangs

Rhea's Comic Book Corner:
Fatale by Ed Brubaker
Avengers Prime by Brian Michael Bendis
Young Avengers by Allan Heinberg


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