“Find Your Bill Murray”
Hey everyone! We're releasing one quick episode from the vault (it's our last one, we swear) while we gather equipment to transition into recording remotely.
This episode was recorded in Fall 2019, which is why we're blissfully unaware of the current global crisis and Michael is still out of town filming his movie, leaving Brennan and Nay to go solo discussing the 1986 showstopper musical LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS!
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In this episode, we chat about how even a perfectly rendered production can have VERY problematic elements, the powerhouse that is Ellen Greene, and the lack of respect given to that giant mouth special effect.
Plus, in tea Time we sip on PAIN AND GLORY, THE INVITATION, OFFICE LADIES, MIDSOMMAR, SCHITT’S CREEK, and TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE 2!
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Hosted and produced by Brennan Klein, Michael Kennedy, and Renee Bever.
Sound Recording, Mixing, and Editing by Ernie Hurtado. Recorded at Rebel Talk Network in Los Angeles.
Music by Von Kiss.
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