Join us on the ol leather couch as we attempt to defeat the elemental evil of Lo Pan with our good buddy Jack Burton. John Carpenter’s classic action flick kicks off August. In Seen It we get lo-fi with some old VHS tapes: vampires, duellists and plaid-less dead men.
Sci-fi July continues as the old leather couch blasts off into space for a hedonistic journey with the beautiful Barbarella. Be sure to adjust your “tongue box”. In Seen It, we talk anachronism: princess brides, time-traveling detectives and punk rock queens.
Are you prepared to face danger and existential dread? Then allow us to usher you into Cube. Sci-Fi July begins in the basement. In Seen It, we discuss animals that are nocturnal, gardens that are grey and big men who are little.
What’s the matter, Basement Dwellers…Blue Meanies? Join us on the old leather couch as we try to save Pepperland by watching the psychedelic animated Beatles movie Yellow Submarine. In Seen It, we discuss “cartoons”: movies that aren’t, but kind of are.
What are dreams? What is reality? Is reality just a dream? These and many other questions will not be answered by the Anime classic Paprika. In Seen It, we discuss animated movies that were sent to us by our viewers: adventures under the sea, adventures in Norway and adventures in Slumberland.
The 60s counterculture comes alive in this movie dubbed “the worst movie ever directed by a filmmaker of genius”. Come join us on the old leather couch for Antonioni’s folly, Zabriskie Point. In Seen It, we talk music, featuring English teens, Irish teens, Viennese teens and four lads from Liverpool.
Summer is just around the corner, may as well make it a Corvette Summer. Join a post-Star Wars Mark Hamill and a pre-Ghostbusters Annie Potts on the adventure of a lifetime in Las Vegas. Plus the newest member of the Welcome To The Basement family makes his first appearance. In Seen It, we discuss movies […]
Come and join us on the shark-infested leather couch for this chronicle of the imprisonment of Dr. Samuel Mudd, brought to us by the master himself, John Ford. In Seen It, we discuss movies with animals: grizzlies, groundhogs and a man that resembles an elephant.