In this latest episode sponsored by DoorDash and Calm, we discuss the Oscar-winning Parasite. JVL has a deep take on the plight of the proletariat. Vic once worked for Korean bosses. Sonny recounts the Rebeller screening of VFW and meeting fans of the show. Plus thoughts on Sonic the Hedgehog, The Call of the Wild, and Lenten sacrifices!

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  1. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    I had to look up VFW.  

    It’s a low budget action-horror indie starring the great Stephen Lang, which pits veterans against mutants or zombies or zombie mutants.

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  2. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    Sonny’s reading of Parasite is delusional.

    He tries to force it into the structure of Snowpiercer, which really was a diatribe about inequality and class exploitation and crap like that.  This movie simply isn’t about that.

    Indeed, the only thing that robs the grifter family of success is:  their own stupidity.

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