Let me take a few seconds to properly introduce everyone to the Better In The Dark podcast. Done by 2 (renowned writer) guys out of Brooklyn, NY named Thomas Deja and Derrick Ferguson, BITD is the one of leading movie podcasts on the internet today. Derrick and Tom’s chemistry is the stuff of podcast legends, whether they’re talking about today’s newest movie releases or their love for the Marx Brothers, there’s not one moment you’re not entertained. It also helps that they let me do their theme songs for the show. Enough intro though, welcome to your first experience of Better In The Dark.
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The Boys Outta Brooklyn wander off the mainstream reservation this episode as they take a look at the way indie cinema has transformed into a minor league for the big studios. Tom and Derrick examine how the recent switch to digital projection, Sundance and other factors have transformed the face of this filmic tradition. Plus Derrick is reduced to helpless laughter when he learns one of Tom’s nicknames, far too much talk about 90′s alt-rock and comics, the revelation of where the indie spirit really lives, and a challenge to both the readers and the hosts! You don’t want Robert Redford making money off of you, so get to clicking!