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What on Earth?

What on earth is exactly what you would say if you happen upon one of these mystifying earthly objects of mysterious mystery. What I’m talking about here folks are crop circles. Cue theatrical alien theme music of your choice. Premiering April 22nd at Quad Cinema the Suzanna Taylor film What On Earth analyzes the facts and fiction behind these questionable land formations.

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There are going to be Q&A’s with the filmmaker, along with other panelist after selected screenings. To find out more information head over to the movie’s website.

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Junk Food Dinner

Met an awesome dude named Mark last week who works on a podcast called
Junk Food Dinner.

Junk Food Dinner is a weekly podcast devoted to cult films, hosted by
three self proclaimed nerds.

Each episode is filled with “Nerd News” covering the type of current
events Daily Planet readers would appreciate, an overview of the weeks
DVD releases and of course film reviews.

When I saw the list of amazing unappreciated genre flicks that they
cover I knew that I could get behind this. They really cover
everything! You’ll hate yourself for not knowing about underground
classics like Terror Vision or Forbidden Zone and you’ll be curious
about flicks that literally deserve to be buried underground like
Samurai Cop and Rockula. On occasion they have guests like Alex
Winter, Frank Henenlotter, and Josh Schafer from Lunchmeat magazine, (issue number 5 is currently available at our online store).

So if you are even remotely interested in psychotic cinema and know
how to work a computer make sure to drop by their site and have a
listen to some honest opinions from some knowledgeable nerds.

So I guess what I’m trying to get at is… HAVE ME AS A GUEST ON THE SHOW!!!

Click the picture below for a link to the current podcast.

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Found Footage Festival Vol 5

Vidiots unite this weekend, Friday January 28 and Saturday January 29, for the Found Footage Festival at Anthology Film Archives.

The Found Footage Festival is a one-of-a-kind event that showcases footage from videos that were found at garage sales and thrift stores and in warehouses and dumpsters across the country.

Not only will our eyes be marred by the newest entry in FFF catalog but as a truly special treat they’re screening “Heavy Metal Parking Lot” with co-director John Heyn in attendance.

But wait there’s more… Free Beer if you’re over 21 and while supplies last.

What more could you ask for? Merch designed by Johnny Ryan, they got that too.

So what would I do if I saw Joe Pickett, Nick Prueher, Glenn Severance, the men behind FFF?

I jump their bones!

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