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PROJECTING FILM: The Road Movie (Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 meets Leviathan)

On this episode we try to make something of the dash cam footage provided in new release THE ROAD MOVIE, and of course we come up with a mash-up of experimental documentary LEVIATHAN about commercial fisherman andddddd the BOOK OF SHADOWS, the much loved sequel to THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT. Along the way we discuss the need for guidance from documentarians and our favorite films of 2017.

ALSO we debate which Franco brother your hosts are more like, and unfortunately for the winner of the James Franco contest, this was of course recorded before yet another round of allegations against an actor mentioned on this podcast. Enjoy!
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Theme music provided by the band Good Talk Russ. The song is Build It Up off their album The Panglossian Travels of the White Elephant.
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