RAR on BTR

Premiere DateJun 8, 2013
Categories Media Talk
00:00 Intro
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01:30 Top Entertainment News
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06:45 Chit Chat
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16:18 How The Ranks Was Won Brazos
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20:53 SPOILERS: The Kings of Summer (Part 1)
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31:04 Rewound Soundtrack Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
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40:36 SPOILERS: The Kings of Summer (Part 2)
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49:23 Paradise Teen
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55:27 Send Off and Buffering Time
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57:13 Mystery Science Trailer The Purge
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59:54 Finish
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Welcome to Restricted Audience Required!

Photo courtesy of Valerie Hardt

RAR is a movie review and entertainment news podcast that is not afraid of spreading spoilers or rumors. We review new films as well as yesterdays soundtracks that still resonate with us. Tune in for what’s hot and what’s not on the silver screen.

The Playlist

Here on RAR, we love a good indie flick and we may have just found the perfect one. With not so mainstream group of actors, a production team that is still a bit wet behind the ears and flat out perfect script, The Kings of Summer, might just be cinematic royalty.

The Kings of Summer follows the adventures of Joe Toy and his friends Patrick and Biaggio, as they all decide to runaway from home and into the wild to get away from their restricting and overbearing parents. There they build their own make-shift house and call the forrest their home. While exploring their budding masculinity the group begins to come to grips with the responsibilities of adulthood, friendship, and facing their fears.

To say we enjoyed this film would be an understatment:

Photo courtesy of Valerie Hardt

This week on Rewound Soundtrack, BTR’s Matthew DeMello, host of Third Eye Weekly, stopped in to talk about his favorite Beck song, which just so happens to be a cover he did for the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime, originally by The Korgis, captures the heartbreak that runs rampant throughout the film and leads in beautifully to Jon Brion’s powerful score.

Lastly, be sure to check out the Mystery Science Trailer at the end of the program for our commentary on the near future postmodern horror film, The Purge.

MYSTERY SCIENCE TRAILER
For ideal viewing we suggest you turn the volume down to 50%, and as always, be sure to buffer!

Jess Goulart and Zach Schepis have co-hosted BTR's Scotch & Cinema podcast since February 2014. Learn more about Jess and Zach.

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