- Giving blood
- L.A. Zombie
- Leonardo DiCaprio and Christopher Nolan
- Contractually-obligated Fun Time
- “Skullcrusher Mountain” by Jonathan Coulton
It’s not every day that you see a “video art zombie film” about a man convinced he is an alien zombie roaming the streets of L.A. on the prowl for brains and gay sex. Unfortunately, moviegoers in Australia won’t be seeing the film anytime soon, since L.A. Zombie has been banned from being screened at the Melbourne International Film Festival.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars praise L.A. Zombie for its originality and urge Australia to reconsider. They also discuss Leonardo DiCaprio’s insufferable smugness, the improved goodies being given out at the Red Cross and Teddy Almond Turtle, the adorable pug who says “Batman.”
How much does Lars love Christopher Nolan? How much does Joel Murphy want to punch DiCaprio in the face? Does the pug really say “Batman”? The answers to these questions and more are in this week’s podcast.
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