Title: Fateful Findings [Wikipedia] [IMDb]

Director: Neil Breen

Producer: Neil Breen

Writer: Neil Breen

Stars: Neil Breen, Jennifer Autry, Klara Landrat, Danielle Andrade

Release date: December 8, 2012

PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast)

SHOWNOTES: Welcome to Season Four! To kick off a new era of Collateral Cinema, we dive into another cult classic in the "so-bad-it's-good" genre: Neil Breen's Fateful Findings. If you've never been properly introduced to the true Breenius of this masterful director, producer, writer, and actor, you're in for a ride, as Beau, Robert, and Ash dig deep into the ironic appeal of the movie's vague yet ham-fisted political messages, poor performances, low production value, as well as the hopelessly incoherent and needlessly enigmatic narrative, and why we love it all! Listen and you too, will start praying to the One True God Neil Breen.

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Titles: Best F(r)iends: Volume One, Best F(r)iends: Volume Two [Wikipedia]

Director: Justin MacGregor

Producers: Greg Sestero, Justin MacGregor, Kristopher MacGregor

Writer:  Greg Sestero

Stars: Greg Sestero, Tommy Wiseau, Kristen StephensonPino, Vince Jolivette, Paul Scheer, Rick Edwards (fuck yeah!)

Release dates: March 30, 2018 (Volume One), June 1, 2018 (Volume Two)

PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast)

SHOWNOTES: If you've been listening to us for awhile, then you will be no stranger to our love for The Room and everything Tommy Wiseau- and Greg Sestero-related. Therefore, we believe there was no movie more fitting to end another season of Collateral Cinema on than the dark comedy thriller film marking the 15-year reunion of Tommy and Greg: Best F(r)iends. We dive right into both volumes as we dissect the duo's on-screen chemistry, parallels to their relationship in real life, the many references to the beloved cult classic, Sestero's ability to write a script playing to his friend's strengths and fully utilizing Wiseau as an actor, and Rick fucking Edwards (fuck yeah!)! We are so thankful top our listeners and fellow podcasters for an amazing Season Three, and can't wait to share our upcoming content with you all! Stay tuned for our Season Premiere on Neil Breen's Fateful Findings in October, followed by our Halloween special on Night of the Living Dead. See you in Season Four!

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Featured Random Movie Review: Wayne's World [Wikipedia] [IMDb]

PROMO: Trial by Error Variety Show (@tbevarietyshow)

Come with us, on a trip somewhere across the Canadian border up north, as we light one up and chill out with the cult 2000s stoner comedy TV series Trailer Park Boys! We give an overview of the original television series with its origins and characters, and then we go over the first movie featuring the first cinematic appearance of Julian, Ricky, and Bubbles. Afterward, we give you a #RandomDVDReview for the all-time classic SNL-based comedy/satire from the 1990's, Wayne's World. We wax nostalgic on this original movie starring Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, so sit back, load yourself a bowl, and have a listen to the Director's Cut!

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Title: Super Mario Bros. [Wikipedia] [IMDb]

Directors: Rocky MortonAnnabel Jankel

Producers: Jake EbertsRoland Joffé

Writers: Parker Bennett, Terry Runté, Ed SolomonNintendo (original video game)

Stars: Bob HoskinsJohn LeguizamoDennis HopperSamantha MathisFisher StevensFiona ShawRichard Edson

Release date: May 28, 1993

PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast)

SHOWNOTES: Collateral Cinema teams up with Collateral Gaming once more to discuss a video game film adaptation—this time, the infamous 1993 Super Mario Bros.! While notable for being the first movie directly adapted from a video game—albeit very loosely—it's also been critically panned, primarily for a lack of similarity to its source material. However, as of the age of the Internet, the picture has gained a cult following, and there is even a level of genuine praise for the creative direction and actor performances. Does this movie—starring Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo as the titular Mario Bros., and Dennis Hopper as King Koopa—have more to offer than the public perception (or lack thereof) would indicate? What do Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast and Collateral Gaming Video Game Podcast have to think about it, and is it even a genuinely bad movie? Find out on the latest collaboration special from yours truly!

LINK: Super Mario Bros. The Movie Archive (@smbmovie)

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Featured Indie Movie Review: Autumn Never Dies [Wikipedia] [IMDb]

PROMO: Trial by Error Variety Show (@tbevarietyshow)

SHOWNOTES: Welcome, listeners, to the not-too-distant future somewhere in time and space, where hosts Beau and Robert hang out on the Satellite of Love and list their top 5 all time favorite episodes of one of the greatest television series ever made: Mystery Science Theater 3000! From the ridiculousness that is Pod People, to the undeniable swagger of Joe Don Baker's Mitchell, we tackle 5 amazing episodes of MST3K goodness! After that, we review the brand-new comedy/drama short Autumn Never Dies, sent to us by way of Suited Caribou Media (@SuitedCaribou) as part of our ongoing Indie Movie review series; will we like what we see? Stick around to find out!

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Title: Akira (アキラ) [Wikipedia] [IMDb

Director: Katsuhiro Otomo

Producers: Ryōhei Suzuki, Shunzō Katō

Writers: Katsuhiro Ōtomo (screenplay, original manga), Izo Hashimoto (screenplay)

Stars: Mitsuo Iwata,  Nozomu SasakiMami KoyamaTaro IshidaMizuho SuzukiTetsusho Genda

Release date: July 16, 1988 (JP)

PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast)

SHOWNOTES: Collateral Cinema returns with another seminal anime film: Akira, the 1988 movie that changed the landscape of Japanese animation, especially as perceived in the Western world! Directed and written by legend Katushiro Ōtomo—creator of the manga from which it is adapted—this post-apocalyptic cyberpunk adventure is remembered for its cult status and the many barriers it broke for both worldwide audiences. Ash, Beau, and Robert explore Neo-Tokyo and delve into the multiple layered themes of this anime epic, as well as the cultural impact of such a film largely cited among the greatest animated and sci-fi movies of all time.

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Welcome back Director's Cut listeners! We return with Part 2 of our franchise deep-dive into Friday the 13th, and we get into the last few Paramount releases, then we tackle the New Line Cinema releases—which, incidentally, are some of host Beau's favorite movies of the entire series! We had a blast talking about all the memorable kills, special effects work, and over-the-top antics this seminal series brought us, so grab a seat at the campfire, and ring in the summer months with our old friend, Jason Vorhees!

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Title: Perfect Blue (パーフェクトブルー, Pāfekuto Burū) [Wikipedia] [IMDb]

Director: Satoshi Kon

Producers: Hitomi Nakagaki, Yoshihisa IshiharaYutaka TōgōMasao Maruyama, Hiroaki Inoue

Writers: Sadayuki Murai (screenplay), Yoshikazu Takeuchi (original novel)

Stars: Junko IwaoRica MatsumotoShiho Niiyama, Masaaki Okura, Shinpachi Tsuji, Emiko Furukawa

Release date: February 28, 1998 (JP)

PROMOS: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast), Trial by Error Variety Show (@tbevarietyshow)

SHOWNOTES: Collateral Cinema kicks off our Season Three Two-Part Anime Film Special with psychological thriller Perfect Blue, from director Satoshi Kon and based on the novel by Yoshikazu Takeuchi. Join Beau, Robert, and Ash as we dissect this disturbingly surreal animated movie, and the deep themes and allegories explored within. If you enjoy our journey into the world of anime cinema, stay tuned for Part Two of the special: our upcoming episode on Akira!

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Happy summer, everyone! Hosts Beau and Robert are kicking off the warm months with a full-on deep-dive into one of the most influential slasher movie franchises in the Hallowed Halls of Horror, Friday the 13th! These movies are perennial favorites for us, and we give reviews and other such insights for movies 1-5, and will continue on Part 2 of our franchise-long exploration, with movies 5-10, so spark one up, gather around the campfire, and celebrate the exploits of Jason Vorhees and his mother Pamela with Collateral Cinema Director's Cut!

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Title: Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home [Wikipedia] [IMDb]

Director: Leonard Nimoy

Producer: Harve Bennett

Writers: Steve Meerson (screenplay), Peter Krikes (screenplay), Nicholas Meyer (screenplay), Harve Bennett (screenplay/story), Leonard Nimoy (screenplay/story), Gene Roddenberry (original series)

Stars: William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, DeForest KelleyJames DoohanGeorge TakeiWalter KoenigNichelle Nichols

Release date: November 26, 1986

PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast)

SHOWNOTES: On this episode of Collateral Cinema, hosts Ash, Beau, and Robert discuss the fourth film installment of the long-running iconic sci-fi series Star Trek A.K.A. The Voyage Home. Join our discussion, and be sure to leave us a five-star review on Apple Podcasts and Podchaser!

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