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The Film Hole
76 minutes | May 22, 2022
The Green Knight
A fresh take on the Arthurian legend, David Lowery's "The Green Knight" is welcome addition to the low saturation, realism-centered historical films of late. Trevor, Raul, and frequent contributor Justin take a shot at deconstructing this medieval morality tale. It might even be a child-friendly Christmas movie. Find out on this week's... Film Hole.
76 minutes | May 7, 2022
Violence, witchcraft, and barking. See why the Northman has Trevor and Raul howling in this week's Film Hole.
72 minutes | Apr 8, 2022
A hyper violent lampoon of war and nationalism, this bug infested romp is packed with cool action and wacky politics. With their complete ignorance of civics on display, Trevor and Raul discuss topics as varied as gender, space bugs, politics, telepathy, and 9/11 in this week's... Film Hole.
53 minutes | Mar 23, 2022
The Matrix: Resurrections
What is the Matrix? Was this movie an intentional sabotage? Is Keanu no longer capable of doing stunts? Is this movie bad? All of this and more will be addressed in this week's Film Hole
59 minutes | Sep 9, 2021
Black Shampoo & Black Dynamite
This week, Trevor and Raul dip their toes into the 1970's Blaxploitation subgenre with a double feature, Black Shampoo and Black Dynamite. Gratuitous sex scenes, Funk soundtrack, technical audio issues, it's all there. Come check it out in this week's... Filmhole.
52 minutes | Jul 3, 2021
This week, the hosts present, yet again, another surreal/psychedelic/acid Western. From the mind of countercultural auteur, Jim Jarmusch, whose films Wikipedia describes as "lacking clear plot progression"https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Jarmusch#Style (), comes Dead Man. A movie so enigmatic I'm having a hard time coming up with the show notes, join Trevor and Raul as they try to stay on topic, on this weeks... Film Hole.
48 minutes | May 17, 2021
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids
Trevor and Raul's triumphant return to The Film Hole!!!!!!!! This week, we take a look back at a classic, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Practical effects up the wazoo, gluttonous cookie consumption, and Scorpion V. Ant action, sign me up.
90 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
Gun-fu, cool sunglasses, allegory of the cave; the Matrix has something for the whole family. This week, Raul & Trevor jack-in to the surprisingly deep lore of the 1999 action/sci-fi classic. Love it or hate it, the gamut of all Matrix IP is rich with characters, history, and mind-bending (and spoon-bending) laws of science. Where did the machines come from? What level of consciousness does Agent Smith actually have? And if you were going to build the Matrix, how would you actually do it? All of these questions and more are somewhat answered in this week's Film Hole.
59 minutes | Jan 12, 2021
The Exterminating Angel
Trevor and Raul dive back into 1960's weirdness with 1962's The Exterminating Angel. An iconic work by the Spanish/Mexican director Luis Buñuel, The Exterminating Angel follows the events of an uppity dinner party as it devolves into chaos... for pretty much no reason at all. Have you ever had the experience of guests overstaying their welcome and your hospitality by not going home even though it's 3AM!? What's that? You've forgotten what a party is, and you haven't left your home in 9 months? Fair enough, but thankfully Luis Buñuel has, on this weeks... Film Hole.
62 minutes | Dec 13, 2020
After a long absence, the hosts return to the studio to talk about a screening of an '80s horror flop. Things get personal as they explain their mysterious sabbatical. This week, Trevor and Raul are... Deadly Friend(s)
52 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
BONUS: Sorry to Bother You
Trevor and Raul present Sorry to Bother You, live and IRL from the famous Film Hole studio. We answer the question "which species is the alpha mammal?", pitch a board game idea to Milton Bradley, and drink about 3 cocktails each within the hour, in this week's... Film Hole.
80 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
The Evil Dead & Evil Dead II
Trevor and Raul struggle to talk about anything plot-driven as they're mostly gore. That aside, these two cult classics are packed full of amazing practical effects, chainsaw arms, and time travel. Hold on to your eyeballs.
72 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
The feeling of watching a hot sex scene with your parents but in podcast form. This week Trevor and Raul dive deep, deep into the Film Hole to talk about Paul Thomas Anderson's funky sophomore effort "Boogie Nights". A tasteful picture about the emerging porn industry of 70s southern California, this movie has the disco to make your wrists go.
147 minutes | Sep 27, 2020
Synecdoche, New York / I'm Thinking of Ending Things
This week Trevor, Raul, and Justin tackle the only two solo directing credits from traditionally screenwriter Charlie Kaufman. That is to say, the reason this episode is late is because of how depressed the hosts were afterwards. They explore, what we think Kaufman wants them to explore, which is death, the fleetingness of time, and regret. Despite this, this week's episode is extra long to accommodate what has been one of the best conversations on Film Hole so far.
73 minutes | Sep 18, 2020
Trevor and Raul are joined by long time editor Grace Fawcett to discuss the chic French classic Amélie. A movie that puts the "G" in "RGB", a movie that is as dense as it is French, Trevor and Raul and Grace are getting in your face... in this week's... Film Hole.
96 minutes | Aug 21, 2020
Welcome to the best dream-scape film podcast, this one gets pretty deep. Trevor talks about his dream journal, Raul talks about coins, and they are joined by third time guest Justin Wheatley!
83 minutes | Aug 6, 2020
Trevor and Raul dive into the 1982 film by John Carpenter, with discussions about practical effects, score, and the prospectors hat that is for some reason worn by a scientist in Antarctica.
104 minutes | Jul 31, 2020
Nic Cage as a reformed felon, a stolen child, and an unpainted furniture salesman. What more could you want from a film? Trevor and Raul dive deep into Raising Arizona.
103 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
Under The Skin
Scarlett Johansson as an alien picking up dudes who think they get to bang Scarlett Johansson but then she uses them for food for her species? Yeah sounds pretty hot. Listen to Raul and Trevor's equally hot take on this elusive and enticing arthouse film.
56 minutes | Jul 13, 2020
Batman Double Feature
Trevor and Raul talk about Batman Forever and Batman & Robin, the Batman films by Joel Schumacher, in honor of his recent passing. The influence they had on childhoods was a great one. Special and frequent guest Chris Maddy drops in to give his opinion as well.
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