Each episode, Paul Matwychuk (film critic for CBC Radio and EIGHTEEN BRIDGES magazine), Heather Noel (owner of the alternative video store The Videodrome), and Erin Fraser (curator of the Graphic Content and Reel Family Cinema series at Metro Cinema) watch a double feature of two thematically related films, one "arty," the other "trashy," and then debate which one deserves to win the week.
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Erin and Paul review two films about underground violence leagues: David Fincher's zeitgeisty 1999 satire FIGHT CLUB, and Emma Seligman's wild new high-school comedy BOTTOMS.
Erin and Paul review another crop of new movies, including the latest Shah Rukh Khan blockbuster, Randall Park's directorial debut and a pair of indie sci-fi dramas. Plus: WILD HEARTS CAN'T BE BROKEN, THE PANIC IN NEEDLE PARK, THE LADIES MAN and O. H... more
Paul and Erin review two films about "countdowns to violence": the revered 1952 Western HIGH NOON, and the 1987 cult teen comedy THREE O'CLOCK HIGH.
I’m writing this because it seems that episode appears to be lost. Since I’d listened to this around the end of 2017 into early 2018.
As the Father of a Type 1 diabetic, who has spent many sleepless nights worrying about the dangers associated with insulin dependency, I am curious to know what Erin finds so humorous about the ‘death of a diabetic’? I suggest educating yourself about the subject to start, and then maybe an apology.
I really enjoy this show! I’m not sure how I stumbled upon these two quirky Canadians but I have been listening for a little now and it’s really smart and fun!
This program is interesting however I take issue with a lot of decent films being labeled as trash.
No egos, friendly and insightful conversation about film
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Trash, Art, And The Movies launched 14 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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