Monthly Archives December 2019

CINEPUNX Episode 104: ALMODOVAR! (PAIN & GLORY, WOMEN ON THE VERGE OF A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN)

http://media.blubrry.com/cinepunx/p/www.cinepunx.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Cinepunx_Ep104.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSHola mi companeros, and welcome to a piping hot and sexy new episode of Cinepunx, this one featuring our very special surprise guest Dana Belletiere! Dana is one of my oldest friends, and Josh is pretty sure he met her at a show in like 00 so like, that is a long time too.       Dana joined us as a surprise friend hang out, and so did not have much to add to our discussion of the films because she had never seen them. However, we
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FROM THE STEREO TO YOUR SCREEN: Paul McCartney and SPIES LIKE US

Paul McCartney’s “Spies Like Us” from Spies Like Us Released in December of 1985, the John Landis-directed Cold War comedy Spies Like Us is one of those movies that those of us of a certain age have likely seen dozens of times, thanks to a regular rotation on HBO. It’s basically a modern update of the Bing Crosby and Bob Hope road movies from the ’40s and ’50s, wherein two guys end up having to pretend they’re someone they’re not as they get lost in some far-off foreign land. I fucking love this movie. While most folks remember it for the perfectly-delivered,
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Analog Adventures: Riffing on a Theme

I get a lot of random records, tapes, and books in the mail, because publicists forget that outlets for which I used to work aren’t around anymore, or someone finds the address hidden on my website, or… whatever. This is a way to keep them from piling up uselessly in the corner of the office. J. Graves In a postcard included with Marathon, the debut album from her band, J. Graves, singer and guitarist Jessa Graves writes that, “As shown on the cover, this record is my heart and everything inside me. Thank you for listening – I’m just getting
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Drummer Dave Lombardo on Cuba & his score for LOS ÚLTIMOS FRIKIS

Drummer Dave Lombardo has an impressive resume: founding member of Slayer, member of Mike Patton’s Fantômas, Dead Cross, and the upcoming Mr. Bungle reunion shows, this year’s Misfits reunion shows, as well as Suicidal Tendencies. It’s a wild ride through punk, metal, and hardcore’s most influential names and acts, and Lombardo could to rest on his laurels until the day he dies and still be considered one of the greats. Such is not the case, however. The drummer recently completed his first full film score, for Nicholas Brennan’s documentary, Los Últimos Frikis, which tells the story of the Cuban heavy
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