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On PRAISING KANE we take a chronological look through the film work of beloved actress Carol Kane! On the premiere episode we’re going back to 1971 to check out Frank D. Gilroy’s DESPERATE CHARACTERS starring Shirley MacLaine, Kenneth Mars and featuring an 18-year-old Carol Kane in her film debut! Co-starring New York City, which is like a whole OTHER CHARACTER IN THE MOVIE! Oh, we have fun. Join us.

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What better way to celebrate the life and work of actor Eric Roberts than watching a film where his performance was pasted in from a different movie entirely? That’s the case with A KARATE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE, which is already pretty darn confusing, and then they add in scenes from a horror movie, and then forget to have any karate in it. OOPS! Anyway, this is real bad, but thankfully we have martial arts expert (and author of the memoir I OVERCAME MY AUTISM AND ALL I GOT WAS THIS LOUSY ANXIETY DISORDER) Sarah Kurchak joining us to break it all down in detail. IT’S A MIRACLE!

Our guest on this episode if the always wonderful Sarah Kurchak. Her book I OVERCAME MY AUTISM AND ALL I GOT WAS THIS LOUSY ANXIETY DISORDER: A MEMOIR can be purchased in the US on Amazon, and via the Douglas & McIntyre website right here. Follow Sarah on Twitter @FodderFIgure.

Read the glowing review of A KARATE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE from Empire State News right here.

You can watch A KARATE CHRISTMAS MIRACLE for free (with ads) on Tubi.TV.

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If you’re going to cover one of Dick Miller’s most famous roles you need to have a dynamite guest on board, which is why on this episode of You Don’t Know Dick we’re joined by Caelum Vatnsdal – the man who literally wrote the book on Dick Miller – to talk to us about 1959’s A Bucket of Blood! Along the way we discuss Winnipeg, Caelum’s experience with filmmaker Guy Maddin, the eternal-ness of Walter Paisley and so much more. Come check it out.. if you dare!

Pick up a copy of You Don’t Know Me, But You Love Me: The Lives of Dick Miller right here.

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Before Denis Villeneuve made big Hollywood movies like ARRIVAL, BLADE RUNNER 2049 or DUNE, he cut his teeth with this odd, Quebecois film about two people looking to bang in the desert. Well, it’s about a lot more than that. There’s capsule hotels, and a burnt corpse and an ending you’re never going to forget. But is it any good? LET’S FIND OUT!