|The Highbrow Lowbrow Film Podcast with Cullen Wade and Tod Gorman|
WARNING: All films are spoiled!
It's about this simple: Tod loves arthouse films.
Cullen loves horror films.
Tod hasn't seen many horror films.
That's right, yours truly and Cullen Wade, good friend/fellow cinephile (aka film nerd) and biab contributor, have been recording and broadcasting a BRILLIANTLY UNIQUE (ummm?) film podcast for nearly a year now. Yes, I am just now getting it posted to the blog.
It has been engaging, educational, cinematically challenging and an all around positive experience. Actually, to ruin any cool I may have about personal projects, I'm having a blast with this one. What better forum could a hopeless film nerd ask for? - especially counter to one of my elite favorite film-banter partners. And now I can at least fake some level of savvy dirty knowledge of cult horror/gore with the best of them - well, at least not sound like a complete dumdum for about five minutes of passionate horror-film chat.
You actually could have heard us discuss all of this and much more in the episode 10 anniversary round-up, had we not so very sadly lost episodes 7-11 in the ever fatal mac hard-drive crash (unedited and not backed up - that's right, kids). So, there are technically 13 episodes, one of which is a two-part special edition, and two more soon to be posted (however, 6 episodes shall remain a mystery, at least for the time being - there is an unpublished pilot/Ep.1). So, that's 16 episodes minus 6 for a soon to be grand total of 10 released episodes. Wow, that was probably unnecessary.
I will continue to embed each episode as a running series on boy in a box, but you can find all episodes streaming or as downloads at Arts & Crass: The Highbrow Lowbrow Film Podcast blog, on iTunes, Facebook and a handful of other places. As with any venture, I'm sure we got off to a rocky start, being relatively new to voice radio, but we hit our stride relatively quickly and naturally (i think). We have quite a few less "ums" and "uhs" than early on, and ever evolving dialogue and cinematic analysis - with heart. Hope you enjoy - at least a little.