This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi brings back DinoCon to talk about (((whiteness))), authenticity, ethnic humor, and hip hop culture in the curious 2003 comedy Malibu's Most Wanted. Positioned as a satire on hip hop and wiggers, the movie is an interesting example of a film that couldn't be made in this political age.
This week on the Poz Button Borzoi reconsiders his pricing model for paid episodes as he does an episode on the lost generation of men known as the Bronies, while also doing his best to do a PB on the recent My Little Pony movie. He's joined by Paisios, who to his credit took the concept seriously, and Roscoe, who unfortunately was beset by internet connection problems. Thank you to an anonymous donation on behalf of Exodus/Americanus for us to make sense of this phenomenon and its affect on Europa's sons. We couldn't have done it without you. Literally.
ZARPOZ SPEAKS TO YOU! Jimbo Vicarson returns to kinda, sorta talk about one of his favorite movies. Eventually. We are all over the place with this one, talking about what makes a "bad movie", the end of New Hollywood, 70's Science Fiction, and even super hero movies. We do talk about Zardoz though and it's terrifying vision of the future that gets truer with every passing day.
Sorry about the audio in the second half, nothing else could be done for it.
The MLP/Bronies episode will be the next episode to come out.
Borzoi manages to escape being a prisoner of a Rothschild party to bring part two of the Eyes Wide Shut deconstruction with fewer audio issues this time. He and Russell go deeper into the film to untangle the various themes of matrimony, the esoteric, and a film theory you've never heard before. Despite being recorded as the final part, there will likely be a part three composed of the responses to your questions and comments, so comment below.
Since not everyone follows me on Twitter and since I might lose that anyway, I wanted to post a general update so that people know where the Poz Button is right now. Currently the upcoming episodes will be, once I can finish them:
Eyes Wide Shut Part Two
My Little Pony/Bronies
Due to my work/home situation, I haven't had time to finish the editing on the three episodes I've recorded and record anything else. I think I'll be able to get all of this done for Christmas week though and will be back to having regular content again. If Christmas week goes the way i'm expecting it to go, I'll be streaming content again as well.
In the meantime, feel free to contact me on Twitter, if I still have it, or the 504um to get access to my Discord channel. Or comment here. I'm keeping an eye on this post to answer any questions people have until I can get this situation fixed.
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NOW WITH ACTUAL EPISODE DOWNLOAD JEWS (Just Eyes Wide Shut)! An episode so huge it needed to be recorded twice and split into at least two parts. This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi and his guest Russell James, delve into the background history of Eyes Wide Shut, especially with its source material in Arthur Schnitzler's Traumnovelle.
This week on the Poz Button we get into the end of masculinity with James Bond. Special guest Jay Lorenz, editor-in-chief of Fash the Nation.
Adolf Hitler: the man, the myth, the legend. Borzoi brings Jim from the Fatherland on to discuss, in the original German, the most amazing and colossal mistake (in a good way for us) of a Hitler movie, Er ist Wieder Da. Or as it's known here, Look Who's Back. Come for the laughs, stay for the Esoteric Hitlerism and Jungian analysis.
CHEEKI BREEKI, gopniks! Borzoi achieves maximum sperg-out with a rambling three-hour art-fag discussion about the 1979 Russian film, Stalker by Andrei Tarkovsky. Yes, it partially inspired the video game, no I don't get into it. With guests John Corrine and Leitis.
You wanna make sure you're really degenerate, for when you get stabbed with a knife this Halloween. Borzoi summons Soap Merchant of the Darwin Digest, the alt-right's number one Friday the 13th fan, to talk about the franchise, the accidental conservatism of slasher movies, as well as the primal nature of horror in general. Happy spoopings!