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Jana Mathews explains laws governing clothing in Medieval England. Arthur Njamfa covers Tyrion’s visit to the Wall. And comic Steve Ausburne is shocked to see post-puberty Bran Stark.
Thanks to our fan Brady, we’re talking about one of my favorites, Sofia Coppola’s 2003 tale of ennui and self-discovery, Lost in Translation. Come listen to me discuss the early beginnings of my ScarJo crush as well as what makes this movie so personally identifiable to me and to probably everyone.
This week we FINALLY get to catch up with what Michonne has been up to on her holiday cruise with Virgil. Despite it being 4 weeks too late, it also might be 1 week too early? Join us for the podcast to find out what we though about what we hear is Michonne’s final appearance on The Walking Dead.
Today we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of A Knight’s Tale. Even if you’re not a fan of romantic comedies, you’ll absolutely love the other parts of this movie. It contains more star power than any movie has a right to, with the likes of Heath Ledger, Paul Bettany, Alan Tudyk, and Mark Addy, and certain unforgettable someone from Breaking Bad.
We record the podcast live on Twitch.tv/baldmove each Tuesday at 1pm EST and stream our stereo.com/baldmove call-in voicemail show immediately afterward. Join the livestream to submit your questions and comments in your own voice!
Medievalist Jana Mathews explains condoms in the Middle Ages. Chad and Anthony argue over whether Littlefinger should be summarily murdered. And comic Steve Ausburne empathizes with the unsullied soldier who lost a nipple.
Tom Cruise has a problem. His imported car flipping business is failing and he just found out that he has a secret brother who is an autistic savant. But those aren’t his problems. His problem is that he’s an asshole. But there’s a cure for that and it’s a movie called Rain Man. Join us for a discussion of this critically acclaimed classic film to hear what we think of it 30 years later.
This week we’re talking about the new Apple TV+ series based on the novel and movie, “The Mosquito Coast”, HBO’s new “Mare of Easttown” series starring Kate Winslet, the conclusion of Marvel / Disney+’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” as well as A.Ron’s rewatch of The Sopranos S4.
We’re back for the second half of the battle of Hilltop. Will The Walking Dead nail their “Hardhome” or will the nail end up in their coffin, or maybe even their head? Join us for the podcast to find out what we thought of this momentous episode.