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    Episode 104 - Female Trouble (w/ Jake Fogelnest)

    It's been awhile since I've watched Female Trouble, and it still has the power to get to me. Rarely do I feel genuine disgust, intrigue, and joy all in the same movie. Honestly, I can get behind putting Waters' filmography from Pink Flamingos to Serial Mom into the Canon. Also, Mink Stole is amazing. So, an easy "Yes" for Female Trouble.
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    Episode 99 - Sign o' the Times vs. Stop Making Sense

    It doesn't feel right to vote since I couldn't get a hold of Sign o' the Times. So, if we all abstain from voting, both get in right?
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    Episode 98 - Ghostbusters

    Trying to figure out why Venkman had tranquilizers on him for his date with Dana is the only problem I could find with this movie. So, a definite yes vote.
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    Letterboxd Links

    I really fell off with posting in the forum, but always come to read everyone's stuff. I'd like to get in on this, so here's mine: http://letterboxd.com/codycroy/
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    Episode 82: THEY LIVE

    Keith David = Automatic yes vote.
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    A hardy yay! Ha Ha! As was the case with others in our Merry Canon Crew, this was my first time viewing of The Adventures of Robin Hood. I didn't have any interest going in because I felt the Disney cartoon and Men In Tights were the only versions of Robin that I needed. But, after the banquet scene I can admit I was wrong. My stray observations: I can't get over the use of that deer, the moments with Bess and Much, Erroll Flynn's stunts and pretty much all the action in general. Way more murder than I was expecting. This is why the podcast continues to be my favorite, I get to give films a chance I normally wouldn't and am always pleasantly surprised.
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    Episode 70: BATMAN v SUPERMAN

    I've got to go with Batman. I can agree Superman is technically the better film, but I grew up with Batman and my nostalgia won't let me vote for truth, justice, and the American way. Also, "Batdance".
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    Episode 68 - Antichrist (w/ Michael Lerman)

    Yes. I thought it was beautiful to look at and interesting on more levels than I'm used to in a film. Having said that, I'm at a crossroads on whether or not to do research before watching the film/films of the week. On the one hand, I like going in completely blind and being pleasantly surprised or disappointed. But, on the other, I would be more prepared for, well you know.