Where we're going, we won't need jimmies. Join Borzoi and Nick Mason on the most disturbing episode of the Poz Button to date where they discuss pornography, child pornography in Sweden, and occasionally the movie Hardcore, the Paul Schrader 1979 movie.
This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi talks with JF about the first Godfather movie.
This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi invites Hank and Hans of Myth of the 20th Century to examine if Office Space and Visioneers are psyops, the psychic terror of the office environment, and swap stories from the wasteland that is Woke Capital.
Borzoi and Nick Mason talk about Taxi Driver.
Borzoi and Spectre watch the first episode of Rest In Power Colon The Trayvon Martin Story. Drunken annoyance and an examination of recent history ensues. Commentary and more!
Welcome to Ze Public Button as Borzoi and JF weaponize their combined autism into a thorough deep dive into Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction, with a monologue by Third Rails's Spectre at the end. Join us as we examine the racial fetish politics of Tarantino, the aping of the French New Wave, and even themes of grace and redemption in a movie some call a classic, others call derivative.
Get tense and comfy this week on the Poz Button as Borzoi talks to Doctor Narcan and Dark Enlightenment about two very different pieces of media. First we have the sparse and minimal thriller, the Survivalist. Then we have the comfy and wholesome documentary Alone in the Wilderness. Join us for survival tips and anprim philosophy.
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Julius Evola and rabbits? It's more likely than you think. In a Poz Button first, Borzoi talks about a movie he's *really* passionate about: Watership Down. Join him and frequent panelist General Belisarius on an Anabasis romp about wartime rabbits where they talk about Mannerbunds, military discipline, the great men of history, and masculinity around this classic 1978 animated film about rabbits. Movie Commentary in the notes!
This week on the Poz Button Borzoi expresses a lot of feelings about the 1931 German film M by Fritz Lang. Join him, Nick Mason, and Leitis as they talk about serial killers, criminal justice system and the German Expressionist movement for nearly 4 hours. In addition, Borzoi rolls out his first attempt at doing a film commentary, overlaid over M. Check the link in the notes!