In this messy show, Tom and Derrick looks at the rather epic levels of carnage in this year’s summer blockbusters, and wonder if it’s too much. Are we being desensitized to all this damage? Is it fair for Hollywood to call back to 9/11 for lazy affirmation of their plot developments? And why is Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim a more responsible film than Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel? All this, plus the Superman sequel Tom really wants to see! You now you don’t want to wander Tokyo carrying a red shoe, so get to clicking (and don’t forget to Twitter us at @BITDShow)!
Netflix Streaming may be the greatest thing to happen to movie fans since VHS, but there’s so much to see that The Boys Outta Brooklyn enlisted the aid of that Instant Depths videonaut Adam Orchekowski to help our listeners discover the gems hidden within that service. Along the way, the trio celebrate The Kids In The Hall, Tim Roth, The Apple, DC Animation and so much more! It’s an hour plus of great film conversation you don’t want to miss. You know you don’t want to become a chicken, so get to clicking (and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter at @BITDShow)!
Garbage day. Maybe one day I’ll actually get back to putting it out the night before instead of getting up at the buttcrack the day of to do it. (more…)
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It’s time for the DJ Comics Cavalcade Halloween Event! In this episode, covering The Phantom Stranger #5, The Phantom Stranger fights with Tala over the soul of a callous ladies’ man, Doc Thirteen bitches and moans, and some hippie teenagers are busted by a sailor for “cooling off!”
For the first of two — that’s right, two — episodes, The Boys Outta Brooklyn welcome back Dread Media maven and patriarch of the First Family of Better in the Dark, Desmond Reddick, just in time to induct one of the greatest guerrilla filmmakers of all time into The Hall of Great, Great Men. From his first film, the bizarre psychological crime flick Bone, to the Telephone Trilogy, Tom, Derrick, and Des dissect and discuss Larry Cohen’s career as both a director and screenwriter. Along the way they explain how Cohen always stayed true to his maverick esthetic, never letting being fired or banned from shooting in the city he loved stop him from making the movies he dreamed of. Plus, tales of focus group marketing, alien emo Jesus, and Fred Williamson is The Hulk! You know you gotta pay the cost to be the boss, so get to clicking!
Today, I bring you the nitty gritty on international model and devoted self-trendsetter Cara Parrish, a 21 year old beauty who’s not afraid to strike her own path and create her own opportunities. I was able to get the down low on Cara’s future projects, her take on the modeling industry, and discuss some of her favorite hobbies (comics, Trike fans!). So sit back, relax, and take notes – there’s no telling where this motivated self-starter might show up next. (more…)
So I never really explained why TricycleOffense.com is here. (more…)
The Email Exchange is exactly what it says: two writers correspond by email until enough of their rambling can be made into one coherent read. In our first edition, my brother from another (and Hip-Hop Manifesto podcast partner), Matthew “Chivalry” Spencer and I discuss the new Ultimate Comics Spider-Man series. Which segues into a intense discussion about new comic fans vs. old comic fans. Points were made, points were argued, but I think it came out well. (more…)