Scotch & Cinema

Premiere DateSep 20, 2014
Categories Media Talk
00:00 Intro
01:15 Top Entertainment News
03:05 Cinematic Techniques to Evoke Emotion
06:34 Most Emotional Films
13:25 Quote of the Day
13:46 Deleted Scenes "Let's Not Try to Fix Everything All At Once"
16:49 "Internet's Own Boy" Review
33:10 Goat "Talk With God"
37:37 Technical Review
52:16 Sloan "Three Sisters"
56:05 Conversation on Net Neutrality
66:17 Scotch Rating and Drinking Game
67:05 Send Off

Photo courtesy of Ali Martin

Welcome back to Scotch & Cinema! This week we review Brian Knappenberger’s compelling documentary The Internet’s Own Boy, which tells the story of Reddit founder and political activist Aaron Swartz.

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Playlist

Check out the trailer here:

The Internet’s Own Boy Trailer

Stay tuned to hear us chat about net neutrality and hacktivism, in honor of Aaron Swartz

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It’s Emotion Week here at BTR, so we thought we’d share with you some of the most gut-wrenching, tear-jerking, feel-good movies that have moved us over the past five years and beyond…

Tune in for the complete list!

If you know of any indie flicks you think we should cover, or if you just love our drinking game, give us a shout on our twitter @Jess_Ayn

Or email us at zschepis@gmail.com

We’d love to hear your feedback!

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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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