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Tyler from Alberta Advantage, format guardian, and several episodes of the Kino Lefter podcast, joins me this week to discuss this critical entry into the James Bond canon. Sam Mendes' first of two Bond films Skyfall marks the 50th year of the franchise. It's a reflective reinvention of James Bond set against the backdrop of civilian oversight of i…
 
Marc Serpa Francoeur & Robinder Uppal join the program to discuss their new documentary feature on police violence and injustice within the ranks of the Calgary Police Service: No Visible Trauma. The film "examines a deeply troubled police department and reveals the devastating consequences of unchecked police brutality... From the kidnapping and b…
 
Kaden Terepocki joins the program this week to discuss the twenty-second James Bond film Quantum of Solace directed by Marc Forster. Hastily reworked during the WGA writers’ strike, Quantum revolves around an international secret society staging a coup in Bolivia while extorting them by controlling their water supply. We get into the film’s product…
 
Adam Johnson from Citations Needed joins me for Part Four of Gun Barrel: a miniseries on modern James Bond. We talk about the media, conflict, and the wonderful cheese of the 18th Bond film Tomorrow Never Dies. Part Three on Quantum of Solace will be in the free feed soon, and Part Five on The World is Not Enough will be available next week through…
 
Andrew Neville (Dog Island, Incredible Thoughts, Penhorn Summer) returns to Kino Lefter in part two of GUN BARREL: a miniseries on modern James Bond. We explore Bond at the end of history and how the fall of the Soviet Union and the advent of computers and feminism challenges our hero. Part Three of Gun Barrel on Quantum of Solace will be in your f…
 
Gun Barrel: a miniseries on modern James Bond begins here. Clinton Hallahan from the Alberta Advantage podcast joins me to discuss Martin Campbell’s Casino Royale. How has James Bond transformed after 9/11? The threats he fights range from terrorism to financial malfeasance to getting too horny to finish the mission. We discuss what works about the…
 
To close out Scream-o Lefter's Shocktober content, celebrated editor, producer, and director Vera Drew joins me for a conversation on the classic slasher Sleepaway Camp to discuss its representations of gender, sexuality, class, and queer identity. As well, we get into all of the hot Tinseltown gossip, what it's like to work for Tim and Eric, and V…
 
Ted, Rose, and Trevor from the Kevin Smith analysis podcast We Need to Talk About Kevin join this week to discuss Paul W.S. Anderson's AVP: Alien vs. Predator (2004). Two iconic movie monsters battle it out with the pawns of the tech billionaire Charles Bishop Weyland caught in the middle. Luckily for the Kev crew, they don't have to watch a Kevin …
 
One of the best movies done for this show, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2 brings to the foreground the comedic notes of the first film to create an unforgettable satire of American life, capitalism, and the nuclear family. Faris, who joined for Fighting With My Family, rejoins Team Kino to explore one of their favourite films. You can check out…
 
Brett Payne from Street Fight Radio joins this week to discuss the new docuseries on Amazon Prime about Fernando Alonso: a two-time F1 world champion on a mission for the triple crown of motorsports. We share our love of racing, chat about the 2020 season, and take a glimpse into the ups and downs of Alonoso's time away from the F1 circuit. Plus, A…
 
DC Comics keeps electrifying the corpse of Watchmen and they won't stop until they legally can't print comics anymore. Following in the footsteps of Before Watchmen and Doomsday Clock, Tom King and Jorge Fornés bring a new vision of the Rorschach character to life. Who's under the mask? What horrible secrets await within the pages of this comic? Tu…
 
James Comey, portrayed by the Newsroom guy, faces the twin challenges of the Hillary Clinton email investigation and President Trump's relationship with Russia during his tenure as FBI Director. Travel through the time machine with us to 2016 as we discuss Trump cash-in books, the downfall of liberal institutionalism, and the culture output of la b…
 
Welcome to a month of frights from Kino Lefter. Pontypool, the 2008 Canadian horror film from director Bruce McDonald based on the novel Pontypool Changes Everything by Tong Burgess, takes us to a remote northern Ontario radio station with shock jock Grant Mazzy during the onset of a strange new illness transmitted through the English language. Wil…
 
The audio for this episode was corrupted but our brilliant producer Jamar was able to recover it as much as possible. Olav Rokne from the Hugo Book Club joins for this episode on The New Mutants, the final Fox X-Men film. The film, which comes straight from the mind of the director of The Fault in our Stars and one of the writers of Jackass, turns …
 
I'm so excited to have my friend Jesie Ostermiller on the podcast to talk about her new book, The Colorwork Bible, available wherever books are sold for pre-order now (release date October 6, 2020). I'll also catch you up on all my latest projects! See full show notes and photographs at www.kinoknits.com/blog/084. Recorded Tuesday, September 22, 20…
 
Activist, writer, and Kino Lefter alumna Laura Kruse (@_SaturnReturn) joins the program to discuss one of the most controversial films of the year. Cuties, a French film from director Maïmouna Doucouré is a coming of age story centering on Amy, a young Senegalese girl who becomes fascinated with a dance crew called "The Cuties" and searches for bel…
 
The Secret, a cornerstone of Wal-mart discount bins nationwide is having its philosophy brought to life in the big screen with The Secret: Dare to Dream. This self-help book has been turned into one of the poorest reviewed films of the year that's essentially a Nicholas Sparks movie about the law of attraction. One down-on-her-luck widow meets a ma…
 
Cody Bondarchuk (yes, the very same Robin Hood of McNuggets) joins Team Kino to discuss Ru Paul's gift to Canadians: our very own drag superstar. Canada's Drag Race Season One is a ten episode journey to find a Canadian queen with enough charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent to make it to the top. Cody and I discuss the state of the Ru Paul empir…
 
Live-action Disney adaptations of their animated fare have become a staple of the modern movie-going experience, and in COVID World we're not going to the theatre. Whatever will the Disney Company do? With Disney+ Premier Access (available for a $34.99 CAN fee on top of your subscription) you can have the privilege of seeing Mulan (2020) before it …
 
America is facing a crisis: a crisis of incivility. Unhinged, the first wide in-theatres release in the United States since the COVID-19 pandemic began, follows Rachel, a harried single mom suffering from her greedy husband in family court, encounters "The Man" played by Russell Crowe: a recently divorced man addicted to painkillers who decides to …
 
Holes is a key film for many of us. It opened our eyes to the issues in youth corrections, it gave us hope that seemingly intractable battles in climate change could be solved if we carried a boy up a mountain, and yes, it was also an important sexual awakening. Holes tells the story of Stanley Yelnats IV, an unlucky young man played by a debuting …
 
Love. Honour. Loyalty. Family. These are the central tenets of David, played by Bobby Soto, and also the didactic opening titles of David Ayer's latest film, The Tax Collector. David and Creeper, played by the magnificent Shia LaBeouf, are tax collectors: middle managers for The Wizard who collect tithes from over forty street gangs in L.A.. When t…
 
Every year, 1100 boys descend on Austin, Texas to particpate in the American Legion's Texas Boys State: a week-long experiment in representative government and civil discourse for teenage boys. Apple TV and A24 have come together to distribute this Sundance winner and bring it to us, the Kinos. Concerned with the polarization of American politics, …
 
Join me for a wide-ranging conversation with Lori Patterson of Abstract Fiber, the dyer behind my new Extemporize hat. We discuss inclusivity, knitting as radical feminism, and the power of art to start meaningful conversations. Full show notes and photos are at kinoknits.com/082. Recorded Sunday, August 23, 2020.…
 
Denis Villeneuve's Sicario follows FBI Agent Kate Macer as she joins a task force of U.S. military, intelligence, and police to destabilize the cartels in Juárez, Mexico. Along the way we meet Alejandro, a former prosecutor turned hitman, and Matt, a soldier who will do anything for the empire. Exploring police militarization, borders, poverty, gen…
 
Some friends get togther on the computer to channel the spirits of the dead, and experience some wacky concequences along the way in the Shudder exlcusive Zoom-based horror flick Host. This is a preview of the full episode that our $3/month Patrons can hear over on our Patreon. Consider joining us to access this episode, our back catalog, and a new…
 
HBO Max is proud to present this story of being pickled, what it means to run a small business, and the horrors of cancel culture. Seth Rogen plays Ben and Herschel Greenbaum, two relatives 100 years apart brought together through the magic of being in brine for a century. We discuss Seth Rogen and the Zionist lobby, the diaspora experience, cancel…
 
Gina Prince-Bythewood's Netflix action movie The Old Guard presents a world of muted tones, boring operators, and a heroic mercenary group who are redeemed through their queer romances. We discuss the film's aesthetics, its Netflixy-approach to everything, queerness and racial politics, Orientalism, dying for a Camaro, immortality, spiritual-seekin…
 
We have on author, cultural critic, and top 10 great twitter account @saintknives to talk about Spike Lee, Malcolm X, Denzel, and the finer points of making a perfect biopic. ReComradations Dahlia: [1] Taylor Swift's Folklore [2] Sabriel by Garth Nix Abdul: Any Given Sunday/Discord Book Club Evan: [1] Silence of the Lambs [2] Hanna Join the Kino Le…
 
More pandemic knitting and spinning and sewing... I've got two new designs and a new collection out, plus an interview with Bug Richardson Seling, the dyer behind KnitCircus Yarns, which I used for my new Elevate hat design. Full show notes and photographs can be found at kinoknits.com/081. Recorded Thursday, July 30, 2020.…
 
Hey folks! Our Patrons had exclusive access to this interview for two weeks now we're happy to share it with everyone. The Winds That Scatter (2015) is now available to stream on MEANS TV, and we had the chance to sit down with director Christopher Bell to discuss his latest film, his shorts, and his film-making ethos. For those of you interested i…
 
Basketball's back and we talk the bubble, the last dance, capitalism, and players unions in this slam dunk of a bonus episode featuring Rob and Tannara from Big Rings (Among others) ReComradations Tannara: The Sopranos (hell yeah) Abdul: The Safdie Brothers' LENNY COOKE Rob: The Last of Us Part II Join the Kino Lefter Discord Access our premium wee…
 
Kelly Reichardt and A24's latest frontier drama centres on two friends who take a risk stealing from the wealthiest man in Oregon Territory to start a business and experience some hardship along the way. It's a critical darling that we have some good and bad things to say about, its use of genre and film-making techniques, and its thematic explorat…
 
Evan's opening monologue was lifted almost entirely from The Immortal Hulk #11 by Al Ewing and Joe Bennett. You should read it! Jon Stewart, formative for many of our politics during the Bush era, returns with his second feature film Irresistible. Theoretically a political satire about how money in politics erodes democracy, how the consultant clas…
 
This week (You even get the episode early!), our Kinos crossed the potomac to invade Generation Loss and delved into the dark heart of Lin Manuel Miranda's event spectacular, HAMILTON. Riffing abounds. Big blessings to Bryn and Jeremy for having us on this earth shattering crossover event.By Abdul Malik, Laura Kruse, and Evan MacDonald
 
I've finished all the hats over here, attended the virtual Zombie Knitpocalypse at home, and have a chat with Lorri Ann Helberg of Arkansas Yarn Company, who custom-dyed the gorgeous yarn used in my Zanzibar Waves shawl pattern in the Knitting on Safari Collection. I've also got updates on how you can get my patterns in places other than Ravelry. S…
 
Canada Day has arrived again, and the occasion has led us to explore the depths of Matthew Rankin's The Twentieth Century: a film Rankin describes as being "one part Canadian Heritage Minute and one part ayahuasca death trip." The Twentieth Century is a fictionalized and hyper stylized look at the early political career of William Lyon Mackenzie Ki…
 
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