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.
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.
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!
Borzoi brings on Torso from DBLS88 to discuss a Spinster Horror Story and the most anti-semitic movie since the Eternal Jew: The Witches. Come for Roald Dahl, stay for Halloween, the Western occult tradition, and......Anarcho-Fascism???
This week on the Poz Button a significantly more sober Borzoi, Titus, and Nick Mason shed civilization and go into the wilds of Akira Kurosawa's Dersu Uzala and the underappreciated action movie Runaway Train. Come for the classic movies, stay for the pontificating on the state of movies and our civilization.
If you're playing along at home, drink every time Borzoi says "desolate".
Next Poz Button episode that is coming out is on the movies Dersu Uzala and Runaway Train
Borzoi finally shakes himself out of a stupor and has a conversation with return guest Barcode about the incomprehensible Internet epic, Homestuck, and delve deeper into the twilight of Internet 1.0 and the cancerous retardation of content creators.
This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi joins forces with Waylon and the powers of MING-TAO to disrespect women's entertainment like the supreme gentlemen that they are.