Episode 35 – David Cronenberg’s Naked Lunch

This is the podcast dedicated to The Criterion Collection. Rudie Obias, Ryan Gallagher & James McCormick discuss Criterion News & Rumors and Criterion New Releases, they also analyze, discuss & highlight CC #220, David Cronenberg’s 1991 film, Naked Lunch, along with ‘Variations On a Theme’.

This Week’s Variation on a Theme: Altered Reality in Movies

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Our next episode they will highlight and discuss Criterion #288 Orson Welles’ 1975 film, F For Fake.

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Show Notes:

(00:00 – 00:30; David Cronenberg’s Naked Lunch – CC #220)

(00:31 – 00:47; “A United Theory” by God Help The Girl)

(00:48 – 01:34; The CriterionCast – Episode 035 – Naked Lunch – CC #220)

[NEWS & RUMORS]

(01:35 – 09:27; The Auteurs.com Rebrand Themselves As Mubi.com)

(09:28 – 13:54; Janus Films Acquires Distribution Rights To Charlie Chaplin Catalogue, Is A Criterion Boxed Set Inevitable?)

(13:55 – 18:15; Wacky Criterion Collection Newsletter Drawing Hints At Breathless Blu-ray Release)

(18:16 – 26:31; Criterion New Releases)

(26:32 – 27:42; Break Music by Carlos Segovia)

[FEATURE FILM]

(27:43 – 1:10:45; David Cronenberg’s 1991 film, Naked Lunch – CC #220)

(1:10:46 – 1:11:26; Break Music by Carlos Segovia)

[Variations On a Theme]

(1:11:27 – 1:12:27; Variations On a Theme – Altered Reality in Movies)

(1:12:28 – 1:19:39; Who Framed Roger Rabbit? – Ryan Gallagher)

(1:19:40 – 1:24:42; Memento – James McCormick)

(1:24:43 – 1:33:33; Star Trek (2009) – Rudie Obias)

[CREDITS]

(1:33:34 – 1:37:06; Wrap Up, Contact Info & Credits)

(1:37:07 – 1:38:11; Next – Orson Welles’ 1975 film, F For Fake)

(1:38:12 – 1:38:25; Follow Along With Us @ CriterionCast.com/Schedule)

(1:38:26 – 1:38:45; Goodbyes)

(1:38:46 – 1:39:28; “Working Poor” by Horse Feathers)

(1:39:29 – 1:40:41; Outtakes!!)

Music Credits:

Intro Music by God Help The Girl. Learn more on iTunes and their website, GodHelpTheGirl.com.

Break Music by Carlos Segovia. Learn more @ GhostRamps.com.

Outro Music by Horse Feathers. Learn more on iTunes and their MySpace Page, MySpace.com/HorseFeathersMusic.

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