At the end of the semester, Jayson and Mosh take a few minutes to remember their long forgotten youth, and the movies that made the biggest impressions upon them. Part one is #10-#6 on their countdown.
In episode four, Jayson and Mosh take some time to run their tires over the well-worn topic that is Stanley Kubrick, asking the question, “Is he as great as we think he is?”
In segment two, they recount the lives and careers of Harold Ramis and Philip Seymour Hoffman, their impact and their best performances.
Theme Song – La Veilee du Voisin by La Bottine Souriante
2001: A Space Odyssey
A Clockwork Orange
Charlie Wilson’s War
Between episodes, Cinelabs gathers up the muddled mess of audio clips that were left over from a few episodes and put them into a nice, senseless stream of non-sequitur rambling and brief moments of conversation that just didn’t quite make it into the final cut of an episode.
Theme Song – “La Veillée du Voisin” by La Bottine Souriante
In episode three, Mosh and Jayson review the recently released Robocop film and discuss its relationship to its predecessor. In the second half of the episode, they take a broader look at the process and purpose – and some streaming examples – of reboots and remakes in general.
Theme – La veillée du voisin by La Bottine Souriante
Robocop (theme song)
Robocop: The Animated Series
Every once in awhile, there’s a segment that doesn’t quite make it into an episode. Thus, Cinelabs throws it into Bonus Content for listeners to enjoy. In their first installment, Mosh and Jayson take a few minutes to recount their three least favorite films of the year that was, 2013.
Theme Song – La Veillée Du Voisin by La Botine Souriante
In their second episode, Jayson and Mosh take a look back at the year in film, discussing the trends, successes, and failures that marked the film landscape, while giving their own top 10 of favorite films.
In their inaugural episode, Jayson and Mosh spend some time introducing themselves, discussing the overall purpose of cinema and whether its two great pursuits – artistic expression and escapism – are entirely dissonant and mutually exclusive, or whether they can coexist within the film medium, and even within a single film. They also give a selection of some of their favorite films currently available on Netflix.