Cinemaslave #83 released

Cinemaslave #83: Sesame Street Goes to Hell

In this week’s show, Joe plunders the cinematic past of some of his favorite directors, with a look at the pre-fame films of Kevin Smith, David Lynch, and Quentin Tarantino. The topics range from transsexuals (Smith), Elvis and Brian de Palma movies (Tarantino), and Lynch’s brilliantly horrifying take on the alphabet, which is enough to make Big Bird wet his nest for years to come. Links to all these films are provided in the show notes.


  • Let’s rummage through the closets of Kevin, David, and Quentin!
  • So… where are my flyers, people?
  • Promo: MMM Commentaries podcast
  • The Internet liberates more cinematic treasures
  • Kevin Smith’s Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary (available on the Clerks X Special Edition DVD)
  • Why both David Lynch and Twin Peaks rock my world
  • Twin Peaks Season 2 is on the way at last!
  • David Lynch’s The Alphabet and The Grandmother (both available on the DVD The Short Films of David Lynch)
  • Quentin Tarantino’s My Best Friend’s Birthday (part one and part two)
  • Listener feedback
  • Thoughts on The Thing
  • More love for the Grave
  • No love for Eva
  • DVD region coding: studio greed at work
  • Thanks for listening, voting, donating, foruming, and frappring!

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