Special Guest: Vincenzo Natali
Guest Co-Host: Jamie Jenkins

We discuss the 2009 film from Vincenzo Natali, Splice. Genetic scientists Elsa (Sarah Polley) and Clive (Adrien Brody) work for a pharmaceutical company making a new creature that could help lead to new drugs. They end up creating DREN (Delphine Chanéac) and problems ensue...

We're joined once again this week by the podcast hostess with the mostess, Jamie Jenkins.

Links:
Buy Splice on streaming, digital download
Buy Splice on DVD, Blu-Ray
Buy The Biotech Century by Jeremy Rifkin
Hear more of Vincenzo Natali on The Projection Booth
Hear more of Jamie Jenkins on The Projection Booth
Listen to the Talk without Rhythm episode on Splice

Music:
“Frankenstein” - Edgar Winter
“DNA” - Danny Brown
“I Think I’m a Clone Now” - Weird Al Yankovic

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Special Guests: Ian Jones, David Mooney, Skip, Todaler, and Chrissy
Guest Co-Host: Fräulein von B

On this special episode we're looking at three films -- Bad Boy Bubby, The Baby, and La Videa Lactee -- in which grown men either get treated like or actively choose to live like babies.

Special guests include the cinematographer of Bad Boy Bubby, Ian Jones, the titular character of The Baby, David Mooney (AKA David Manzy), and a trio of Adult Babies: Skip, Todaler, and Chrissy, who share their personal experiences and thoughts on being AB/DLs.

Links:
Buy Bad Boy Bubby on Blu-Ray
Buy The Baby on Blu-Ray
Read the Shock Cinema magazine review of The Milky Life
Visit the official Ian Jones page
Visit the official Snuggies Diapers website
Watch Grow Up Already
Learn more about the 15-Stone Babies
Learn more about Adult Preschool
Read Maitland McDonagh's piece on The Baby in Film Comment
Learn more about The Diabolique Ball
Visit the Shock! Chamber website
Visit The Aviary website

Music:
"Mother" - Rockabye Baby!
"Baby" - Justin Bieber
"Young at Heart" - Jimmy Durante
"Sweet Child O'Mine" - Rockabye Baby!
"Forever Young" - Alphaville

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Special Guests: William F. Nolan & George Clayton Johnson
Guest Co-Host: Eric Cohen

Welcome to the future! Logan 5 (Michael York) and Jessica 6 (Jenny Agutter) live in the City of Domes where life seems idyllic with just one little catch: everyone dies at 30. We discuss Michael Anderson's Logan's Run, the dystopian sci-fi classic, with our friend Eric Cohen from The Cinefiles.

We speak to Logan's Run authors about their landmark book and their astounding careers.

Links:
Buy Logan's Run on DVD
Buy the Logan's Run TV series on DVD
Buy Logan's Run by William F. Nolan and George Clayton Johnson
Buy Logan's Run: Last Day, a radio drama
Visit the official William F. Nolan website
Like George Clayton Johnson on Facebook
Visit The World of Logan's Run
See the concept art for the yet-unmade Logan's Run remake
Listen to the Podcrash on Logan's Run
Read more about Logan's Run Fandom
Find more about Eric Cohen at This Is Infamous
Subscribe to The Cinefiles podcast

Music:
"The Dome - The City - Nursery" - Jerry Goldsmith
"Logan's Run Main Title" - Laurence Rosenthal
"Logan's Run" - Roboton
"Search for Tomorrow" - Roger Joseph Manning Jr. and Brian Reitzell
"Flameout" - Jerry Goldsmith

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Rob was recently a guest over on the Cinema Beef podcast discussing The Intruder and American Gothic.

Special Guests: Ellen Burstyn, Keith David, Christopher McDonald, Mark Margolis
Guest Co-Host: Emily Intravia

"Everyone is a junkie." - William S. Burroughs

We talk about Darren Aronofsky's 2000 film, Requiem for a Dream. Based on the 1978 book by Hubert Selby, Jr., it tells the tale of four New Yorkers whose lives spiral out of control due to addiction.

We've got a star-studded line-up of guests on this one including our co-host from The Feminine Critique, Emily Intravia.

Links:
Buy Requiem for a Dream on Blu-Ray
Buy Requiem for a Dream by Hubert Selby, Jr.
Buy Dopefiend by Donald Goines
Visit the official Keith David website
See Keith David in the new season of Community
Read this great article on Christopher McDonald from Salon
Listen to our Bonus Interview with Mark Margolis

Music:
"Lux Aeterna" - Clint Mansell & The Kronos Quartet
"Heroin" - The Velvet Underground
"Just One Fix" - Ministry

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Pupil – A Darren Aronofsky Supercut from WarmBakedBread on Vimeo.

Look at me, Hector, and listen to a bonus interview of The Projection Booth with Mark Margolis.

Mr. Margolis looks back at his 40+ year career from The Opening of Misty Beethoven to "Columbo" to Scarface to The Cotton Club and more.

Hear the rest of the interview on our Requiem for a Dream episode.

Links:
Listen to our Opening of Misty Beethoven episode

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Special Guest: Oded Carmeli
Guest Co-Host: Yaniv Eidelstein

In Message from the Future (AKA Sheder Min Ha'Atid AKA שדר מן העתיד), a visitor from 3005 comes back to 1985 to encourage the world to engage in WWIII.

Written and directed by (and starring) poet and futurist David Avidan, the film is a remarkable science fiction odyssey.

Links:
Learn more about "Zion's Fiction"
Read about David Avidan by Eli Eshed
Learn more about Oded Carmeli
Visit the official Hava LeHaba website
Keep up with Yaniv Eidelstein
Be sure to LIKE An American Hippie in Israel
Listen to our American Hippie and Big Gus episodes

Music:
"I Feel Love" - Donna Summer
"Message from the Future" - Francesco Digilio Emiliano Borrelli
"Messages from the Future" - Harold Heath
"Radioactivity" - Kraftwerk
"Message from the Future" - DJ Emho
"Message for Tomorrow From the People of the Future" - Double U

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As part of the Geek Juice Media on-going director series, this month, it's Francis Ford Coppola.

Featuring: Alex Jowski, mister X and Mike White