Things get revolutionary this week on the Poz Button, as Leitis returns to the program to talk about communist violence in the Russian film, the Chekist. Join us as we talk about the Bolsheviks, the terror of the Cheka, critique HuffPo LARPers, and have an autistic argument about what is and isn't a revolution.
Let's go to Space Church! This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi brings on half the Godcast to talk about religion and science fiction in the mediocre Ridley Scott Alien prequels. Get ready for a lot of faith talk and contentious statements. Be sure to leave angry comments using stale memes and weak banter!
Borzoi talks to JF about American Beauty
Back to the 90s we go as this week on the Poz Button we talk about Roseanne, old and new. SeventhSon joins Borzoi and Paisios to reassess initial perception of the revival as they talk about the show as a possible steam valve or a bait-and-switch, and how the program has always been pozzed.
Pop 'em in the toaster! The Poz Button hits its 50th episode milestone with a very special episode. Join Borzoi, Paisios, and Julia for an in-depth discussion on the most reactionary and prophetic movie of all time: The Brave Little Toaster.
I want you to shitpost as hard as you can on this week's Poz Button. Borzoi grabs Jayoh de la Rey and take the episode to JF Gariepy's livestream to debate masculinity, consumerism, and the Chad Pitt vs the Virgin Norton in the classic 1999 Fincher flick, Fight Club.
Mike Enoch drops into the Poz Button this week to cut up the immigration propaganda film, Gangs of New York. Join us as Mike and Borzoi debate the merits of one of Scorsese's lesser works, redbox you on the real history, and uncover the film's sinister narrative.
Sad Borzoi returns to the Poz Button to talk about the bugman documentary, Her. Tune in as Dinocon and later NatSock help Borzoi grapple with deep-seated existential dread towards Nietzsche's Last Men, the grey goo scenario, and the genre of science fiction in general.
This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi records while trapped inside a wormhole with Julia Evola about the 1992 environmental "children's" movie Ferngully. Topics include appropriateness in children's media, eco-fascism, and...anime?
Borzoi and Paisios seek a morphine injection for their jimmies after the rustling finale of Waco, joined by producer SvenSvet.