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102 minutes | Oct 30, 2016
16 - Spider-Man
THE MOMENT YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR! In this SEASON FINALE of Carbon Sloppy, we finally swing around in the world of Sam Rami's 2002 "Spider-man" and Marc Webb's 2012 "The Amazing Spider-Man". In this episode, we discuss Stan Lee's incredible headphones, Gabe flip flops live on the pod, and the bizare spider room that no one else gets bit by. Audio isn't the best because we had to record off of the Macbook mic, but here it is!! See y'all soon!
93 minutes | Oct 2, 2016
15 - Walking Tall
After a break, we back in this with the 1973 and 2004 films "Walking Tall". 2004's Walking Tall is a god damn masterpiece. Listen to us talk about how good it is for an hour and a half.
67 minutes | Sep 18, 2016
Filler - Bee Movie
Just a filler episode this week! We watch Bee Movie with Ransford Anderson and talk about it. That's it. I'm so sorry.
105 minutes | Sep 11, 2016
14 - True Grit w/ Decio Alves
In this episode, we're joined by our friend Decio Alves to discuss Henry Hathaway's 1969 classic western, "True Grit" and Joel and Ethan Coen's 2010 remake, "True Grit". We go in depth on filling our hands, Heathcliff, and we begin with a way too long discussion of Zack Snyder. This is a good episode. Please enjoy this one on us!
113 minutes | Sep 4, 2016
13 - The Longest Yard
FOOTBALL SEASON IS HERE!!! In this episode, we tackle the only football movie with a remake ever, Robert Aldrich's 1974 "The Longest Yard", and Peter Segal's 2005 remake, "The Longest Yard". To spice things up, we have a draft where we each select different actors we would cast for a 2016 Longest Yard film. We also discuss Jerry Springer's political career, playing one on one basketball with Adam Sandler, and Gabe pitches a new National Treasure film. CORRECTION: KURTWOOD SMITH IS VERY MUCH ALIVE. DEMPSON WAS THINKING ABOUT THE DAD ON EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND. Closing song: Never Meant by American Football
111 minutes | Aug 28, 2016
12 - Funny Games
In a mostly serious episode of the podcast, we discuss Michael Haneke's 1997 and 2007 psychological horror films, "Funny Games". We go in depth into anti-smoking ads, golf club dicks, and we break the fourth wall and talk directly to the audience. Due to audio issues, there is a shift in quality around the 1:25:00 mark. Also, apologies for just the all around long serious episode.
95 minutes | Aug 21, 2016
11 - Robocop
Dead or alive you're coming with us on a journey through Paul Verhoeven's 1987 sci-fi classic Robocop, and Jose Padhila's updated 2014 reboot, Robocop. In the episode, we discuss how 2 Chainz is the Pokemon Go of Hip Hop, and Gabe immediately forgets who Joel Kinnaman is after Dempson barely finishes talking about him. This one has a long intro so skip to 10:02 if you don't wanna hear Gabe's review of No Man's Sky. Closing Song: Robocop by Kanye West
66 minutes | Aug 15, 2016
Filler - Sausage Party
This week, we weren't able to record a normal episode so we decided to go see Sausage Party with friend of the podcast, Daniel Carranza, and record our thoughts immediately after. Per usual, spoilers. On the show, we make fun of Daniel (also per usual), how shitty the theater was, and how shitty the people watching the movie were. Closing song: If You're Into It by Flight of The Conchords
99 minutes | Aug 7, 2016
10 - Ghostbusters
In this episode, we finally get to the much awaited (by us at least) Ghostbusters showdown! We look at Ivan Reitman's 1984 supernatural comedy classic, "Ghostbusters" and Paul Feig's controversial 2016 remake, "Ghostbusters". We go in depth about the salary gap of a key master vs. a gate keeper, Slimer and his boo, and talk way too much about the controversy around nostalgia vs sexism. We begin this episode by singing the Fresh Prince theme, so there's that too. Closing Song: Bustin' by Neil Cicierega
102 minutes | Jul 31, 2016
9 - Ocean's 11
In hands down the loopiest episode of the podcast yet, we discuss the heist films with the all star casts, Lewis Milestone's 1960, "Ocean's 11" and Steven Soderbergh's 2001 "Ocean's Eleven". Dempson calls Frank Sinatra a piece of shit, Gabriel defends Michael Vick, and Gabriel's brother talks in the background for a good 15 minutes. Closing Song: Ocean Avenue by Yellow Card
101 minutes | Jul 25, 2016
8 - Chocolate Factory (Willy v Charlie)
In this episode, we get real sweet while talking about Mel Gordon's 1971 family musical, "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory", and Tim Burton's 2005 sort of musical, "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory". There's a play by play analysis of the films featuring conversations about how problematic Oompa Loompas are, dessert gum, and Gabriel goes on a rant. The intro goes a little long this week so skip to 6:40 if you'd like to not hear us talk about Hey Arnold! Songs Featured: Pure Imagination by Primus I Don't Like The Look of It by Da Backwudz
93 minutes | Jul 17, 2016
7 - Psycho w/ Alexander Rivera
In this episode, we talk about Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 slasher thriller, Psycho, and Gus Van Sant's 1998 "shot for shot" remake, "Psycho". The conversation bobs and weaves through a myriad of topics such as Ellen Degeneres, Psycho being the first Reddit fan theory thread, and the monster that is Vince Vaughn. Songs Featured: Psycho Killer by Talking Heads Shimmy Shimmy Ya by Ol Dirty Bastard VIGO MORTENSTIEN
89 minutes | Jul 10, 2016
6 - The Fly w/ Daniel Carranza
In this episode we have our friend, Daniel Carrenza, on as a guest to discuss the sci-fi tragedies of Kurt Neumann's schlocky 1958 film, "The Fly" and David Cronenberg's 1986 body horror classic, "The Fly". We discuss speaking French to cats, Daniel's fear of frogs and love of orangutans, and how grossed out Gabriel was by vomit. Songs featured: Fly Me to the Moon by Frank Sinatra Pretty Fly for a White Guy by The Offspring Video of the monkey mentioned: https://youtu.be/NFkRrEbMxCs
78 minutes | Jul 3, 2016
5 - Independence Day v. Resurgence
In this episode, we discuss Roland Emmerich for the second week in a row with his 1996 blockbuster, "Independence Day" and his latest 2016 lackluster "Independence Day: Resurgence". We begin with our new regular segment where we just review the latest animated movie we saw. We then go in depth about changes in hair color, Dennys, and the dynamic acting of Angelababy.
73 minutes | Jun 26, 2016
4 - Godzilla (1998 v 2014)
In this episode, we discuss Roland Emmerich's 1998 film "Godzilla" and Gareth Edwards' 2014 film "Godzilla". That's right! It's Remake v Remake: Dawn of Remake! We begin the episode with a mini review of the Angry Birds Movie, we talk about standing in it, and spend a lot of time talking about how good Jurassic Park and Cloverfield are. Closing Song: Yonkers by Tyler, the Creator
105 minutes | Jun 19, 2016
3 - Oldboy
In our longest episode to date, we discuss the Park Chan Wook's 2003 Korean revenge thriller, Oldboy, and Spike Lee's 2013 American joint, Oldboy. The discussion varies from the cancer that is Sharlto Copely, Korean sex politics, and the difference between technically impressive and actually compelling. Closing Song: A Complicated Song by "Weird Al" Yankovic
61 minutes | Jun 12, 2016
2 - The Jungle Book
In this episode, we discuss the Iaon Gruffdddd, fancy ants, and the powerhouse acting of Neel Sethi. Closing Song: Fire by That Handsome Devil
69 minutes | Jun 5, 2016
1 - Planet of the Apes
On the first episode of Carbon Sloppy, we attempt to figure out a name for the podcast, find a structure that works in discussing two wildly different films, and Dempson brings up 9/11 almost immediately.
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