Ep 397 – Justice League – Brenton Biddlecombe
*FILMS DISCUSSED: JUSTICE LEAGUE, JIM & ANDY, ROMAN J. ISRAEL, BULLET HEAD, RAMPAGE* Chris and Graham welcome first time guest, Brenton Biddlecombe. In addition to doing social media for ATC and the Comedy Store, Brenton is a stand-up comic. Brenton like JL better than Chris and Graham. Graham and Brenton both really liked the doc Jim and Andy. Graham found Roman J. Israel very uneven. Bullet Head trailer makes no sense at all. While Rampage has the charm of The Roc going for it. This episode will make you want to call Brenton by his brothers name.
By the time Corey Feldman writes, in chapter 14 of his memoir Coreyography, “He was the only person in my immediate circle who wasn’t molesting me,” he’s already dished enough tawdry shenanigans among the young Hollywood set, and those who exploited them, to gain your trust. He’s telling the truth and he’s not holding back. Eminently, incessantly readable – indeed, compulsively readable, and digestible in one sitting if you’ve got the stomach – Feldman’s memoir has enough drug abuse, child molestation, and general sleaze for a month of miniseries.Details
Enemy begins with Jake Gyllenhaal’s heavily bearded character entering a room where a group of men surround some sort of sex show. A scantily clad woman cries out in what could be either pleasure or pain. The camera pans across the faces of the men. Some seem fascinated, some seem uncomfortable, some, almost weary. Two women wearing sheer robes and high heels walk out. One woman places a Sterling silver serving tray on the floor and removes the cover to reveal a giant spider. The other goes to step on it with her high heel, and the camera cuts away. Then, things get weird…Details