Eric Diaz, from Geekscape
returns to the show to discuss his
favorite television program, Twin Peaks. Also, we review The
Strangers on DVD.
00:02:22 - John had a Twin Peaks
marathon a few months back. The discussion can finally begin.
00:08:37 - Eric feels that David Lynch has lost his mojo.
00:13:53 - Angelo Badalamenti is discussed, as well as Lynch's
dreamspace aesthetic. John manages to bring up Buffy the Vampire
00:17:23 - Femme Fatales in David Lynch's work is mentioned.
so beautiful, even gay men find her hot. Well, one, at least.
00:24:44 - Eric recalls the impact Twin Peaks had on him and the
nature of television.
00:39:00 - Ray Wise
gets some love for his
00:43:40 - Eric recommends the prequel film, Fire Walk With Me
00:48:36 - John and Eric both found The
to be a pleasant surprise. What qualifies as "Torture
01:03:55 - Horror sequels are discussed, as well as the three big,
Slasher franchises. This just in, A Nightmare on Elm Street 2 is
the "gayest" horror movie ever made.
01:10:34 - Rob Zombie gets put in movie jail, for his hypocritical
treatment of the Halloween remake.
01:14:29 - Eric and John lament the slow process of their favorite
titles making it to Blu-ray. Tony Scott's first film, The Hunger
is also talked about.
01:26:28 - Buffy the Vampire Slayer: The Series needs to be
converted to a high definition release, kinda now. Eric brings up
01:30:11 - After a short intermission, the podcast jumps ahead in
editing, to a discussion about the polarizing passion of geek
culture and fanaticism. Devon Faraci wishes fatal illness
on Alex Billington
01:38:14 - Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to The Darkside. The
Darkside leads to stomach ulcers. Ask your doctor. It's true.
01:43:33 - John is compiling a list of potential guests he's
contacted for the show (David Chen
, Brian Gilmore
). The list is growing and will soon break loose into the
city. Hide your babies and small pets! :)
The following artists can be heard in this
Crushing Velvet, Moby, Julee Cruise, Angelo Badalamenti, Mark Snow,
Joanna Newsom, Mark Isham, Harry Manfredini, John Carpenter,
Bauhaus, LaTour, Relient K, The Crystal Method, Nathan Fillion,
Paul Oakenfold & Nelly Furtado and Denis Leary.