The Projection Booth Podcast
About This Show
The ultimate movie podcast coming to you weekly from Detroit, Michigan. Every Wednesday, Mike is joined by a variety of co-hosts and guests to examine a film. We cover everything from the art house to the out house.
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Episode 358: An American Carol (2008)
2 days ago
Special Guests: Myrna Sokoloff
Guest Co-Hosts: Mike Sullivan, Rob St. Mary
We’re looking at the Conservative ccmedy, An American Carol 2008. The child of Charles Dickens and Bill O'Reilly, the film tells the tale of Michael Malone -- a stand-in for filmmaker Michael Moore (Kevin P. Farley). He's a liberal know-nothing who’s inflamed hate against the Land that We Love and is visited by four ghosts -- well, three ghosts and a contemporary country singer -- to try and convince him to love country music and stop complaining about gun control, global warming, unjust wars, and other bleeding-heart liberal causes.
Directed by David Zucker (Airplane!, Top Secret), the film was co-written by Myrna Sokoloff, as a reaction to Hollywood intolerance.
Rob St. Mary returns to the show along with Mike Sullivan to discuss the film, satire, and falafels.
Rated 5 out of
The film discussion podcast.
This show feels like sitting down with your best friends and talking about something you love. Passionate, informative and lacking pretention. Discover new film, rediscover old favorites, and maybe...see something you hated in a new light.
Date published: 2014-01-01
Rated 5 out of
The mothership for movie geeks
One of the best comprehensive movie podcasts out there. Keep up the great work!
Date published: 2014-07-31