The Green Slime

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All is not well on the Gamma 3 space station. They’ve got a bit of a slime problem. Come join us on the slime-free old leather couch as we kick off Sci-fi July in style with The Green Slime: In Seen It, we share some memories of the real live cinema: The Thin Red Line, […]

Memories

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Cartoon June continues with a trio of Anime stories known as Memories. The old leather couch visits deep space, modern day Tokyo and a grim, cannon-centric dystopia. In Seen It, we discuss more Anime: Lupin III, Perfect Blue, The Boy and the Beast and Kiki’s Delivery Service.        

Gulliver’s Travels

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Set sail on the old leather couch for high adventure and big guy/small people relations, as we watch the animated classic Gulliver’s Travels. Not only will you have a great time, you’ll get to hear Gulliver’s exciting catchphrase. In Seen It: The Blues Brothers, The Vast of Night, Ride the Pink Horse and Blue Velvet. […]

House Party

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It’s time to get dope n fresh as Craig n Matt watch Kid n Play have a house party. Word! In Seen It, we talk Black Cinema, with films by Melvin Van Peebles, Regina King, Steve McQueen and Jordan Peele.          

Crooklyn

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Take the F train down to a little known corner of Brooklyn known as the old leather couch, as we check out Spike Lee’s ode to childhood, Brooklyn. Seen It is a real grab-bag this week: Mandy, Breaking Away, The Man Who Came to Dinner and Rear Window.          

The Picture of Dorian Gray

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Tonight the basement becomes an art studio of pure evil as we take in the shock and horror that is The Picture of Dorian Gray. In Seen It we discuss more Oscar movies: Sound of Metal, Minari, Judas and the Black Messiah and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom.          

The Great Gabbo

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Tonight we’re joined on the old leather couch by two of Vaudeville’s finest: Otto and The Great Gabbo! Gabbo may be a mess emotionally, but he’s still the greatest ventriloquist on earth. In Seen It, we talk Oscars: Nomadland, Promising Young Woman, Hillbilly Elegy and The Father.