When Harry Met… Blue Valentine? Inappropriate Double Features.

Jim and Teal kick off this episode with the time-honored tradition of seeing two movies, back-to-back. Jim worshiped drive-in double features. For Teal, watching two movie rentals at the video store was his passion. What is your favorite way to view a double bill? What if a double feature is thematically linked, but one is so clearly an inappropriate match, it’s a challenge to watch them one after the other? Need some help thinking of pairs? Don’t worry: Jim and Teal have you covered. Spend an hour with Jim and Teal, laughing along at their cringe-worthy pairings. These couplings may make you laugh, but you will be hard pressed to disagree; these are inappropriate double features all the way. Listen to the episode and then send us your comments as to what you think makes a great inappropriate double-feature.

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The Willenial Criterion Library

I think I first discovered the Criterion Collection sometime in high school. I consistently went to Bull Moose (which I still claim as my second home) and perused their endless selection of DVDs. Every once in a while, I would see the bold white “C” of the Criterion logo on the spine of a film case. I was curious as to what that meant and why certain films would be embossed with this sigil of “Great Filmitude”. After scouring the internet, I felt educated enough to make some conscious choices about which Criterion-distributed films I would seek out for myself. Some films received their Will Lane Stamp of Approval and ended up somewhere in my collection for one reason or another. Some films received their Will Lane Stamp of Approval and ended up somewhere in my collection for one reason or another. Godzilla (1954) My childhood was full of b-movie

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