Tuesday, November 03, 2015

Detectives Beyond Borders talks movies on The Projection Booth

I'm a guest on Episode 243 of Mike White and Rob St. Mary's Projection Booth podcast, discussing Jean-Pierre Melville's splendid and seminal 1967 gangster movie Le Samouraï, starring Alain Delon, and Jim Jarmusch's Ghost Dog: Way of the Samurai.

The show is just as much fun as Mystery Science Theater 3000 but with more insight and fewer robots, and you can download it or listen to is at the Projection Booth website. When you're done, go back and listen to earlier episodes. I especially like Mike and Rob's discussion of The Limey.

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7 Comments:

Blogger Mike White said...

Was a pleasure to have you on the show!

November 04, 2015  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

It was a ton o' fun. You guys know your stuff. I also might look for books by Tim Palmer and Sara Piazza, since I like what they had to day. So you guys have good taste in guests.

November 04, 2015  
Blogger seana graham said...

Thanks--this looks like a terrific website to know about.

November 04, 2015  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

The site is a magnificent wallow for fans of crime and horror movies. And the shows are an interesting combination of chat among educated nerd-enthusiasts and professional experts. The posting for each episode offer links to all kinds of supplementary material for reading, viewing, and purchase. It's a good way to spend pleasant, otherwise idle hours.

November 04, 2015  
Blogger seana graham said...

I've seen and enjoyed Ghost Dog, though not recently. But I'm particularly more interested in these older forum films. Sometimes I can find them on Netflix, sometimes not.

November 04, 2015  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

A bunch of Jean-Pierre Melville's movies are available from Criterion, I think. I'd seen a few of them years ago, and now I want to see them again.

I had last seen Ghost Dog on its initial release. I've that Netflix selection of classic movies disappointingly small, at least among movies available for streaming.

November 04, 2015  
Blogger Peter Rozovsky said...

Crime, horror, and science fiction, I should have said.

November 04, 2015  

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