Elitist Bastards: Lock them up … in the Elephant!

In this week’s Elitist Bastards Go To The Movies podcast, Mountain Xpress film critics Ken Hanke and Justin Souther discuss current releases Battle: Los Angeles, Cedar Rapids, Mars Needs Moms and Red Riding Hood. They also talk about Santa Sangre (this week’s Thursday Horror Picture Show) and The Gay Divorcee (next week’s Asheville Film Society screening), as well as this weekend’s coming releases Limitless, The Lincoln Lawyer and Paul.

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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6 thoughts on “Elitist Bastards: Lock them up … in the Elephant!

  1. Ken Hanke

    By the way, does anybody — other than me and presumably Jeremy, since he put it there — know where the “An invitation to moonlight and romance” comes from or refers to in context?

  2. Ken Hanke

    Off topic but Ken have you heard about Ken Russell playing Aleister Crowley?

    No, but I haven’t talked to Ken or Lisi since Xmas, except in passing. It’s interesting, since Ken did a radio show called The Death of Scriabin where Oliver Reed played Crowley, and Ken had a biopic of Crowley in the works that didn’t come off.

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