Elitist Bastards: From Dusk Till Bieber

In this week’s Elitist Bastards Go To The Movies podcast, Mountain Xpress film critics Ken Hanke and Justin Souther talk about current releases The Roommate and Sanctum, as well as giving a preview of The Oscar Nominated Short Films 2011. They also discuss the early Robert Rodriguez schlock-horror flick From Dusk Till Dawn (this week’s Thursday Horror Picture Show) and the classic Charlie Chaplin film City Lights (next week’s Asheville Film Society screening). And just to keep themselves limber, they also chat about upcoming releases The Illusionist, The Eagle, Just Go with It and Gnomeo & Juliet before working themselves into an infuriated froth over the mere existence of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.

Podcast produced/cohered by Steve Shanafelt. The theme music is “1832” by E. Lee. Podcast art by Jeremy Dylan. The Elitist Bastards podcast is also available on the iTunes store as a free download.

 

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10 thoughts on “Elitist Bastards: From Dusk Till Bieber

  1. Ken Hanke

    working themselves into an infuriated froth over the mere existence of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never.

    I thought we worked ourselves into unseemly, adolescent Bieberisms.

    So, you gonna ask Jeremy about this “Miami” thing?

  2. Ken Hanke

    Recognition at last! And for a line that wasn’t allowed to see light of day in the print edition. No vision, no vision.

  3. This might be not only the best line from any review of this movie, but likely the best line from any review you’re apt to read all year.

    Ken, you’ve got your own breakout quote!

  4. Ken Hanke

    that poster is off the hook good!

    Young Jeremy is a man of vision.

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