AYT #114: Straight Outta 1990

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On this episode, Joe and Erik discuss two new 90s-set biopics: Straight Outta Compton and The End Of the Tour. The opening of the show features a shout-out for Zeitgeist Films‘ new blu-ray release for Russian film Elena, Erik’s number 1 film of 2012. Finally, Erik announces his next pick for the latest edition of HOLD UP: The Color Of Money.

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AYT #113: Anti-Climax

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On this episode, Joe and Erik find all things leading to the end, as they discuss several new films coming to limited theaters and soon to VOD, with an emphasis on their interesting, ambiguous and controversial conclusions. The two main subjects are Brit chase thriller Catch Me Daddy and Kevin Bacon-starring chase movie Cop Car. They also find time for a Laptop Cinema recommendation in The Last Survivors and a theatrical one in The Gift. Lastly, the latest edition of HOLD UP: Rules of Attraction.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, though frequency of new episodes often increase or decrease based on interest level of what’s going on in cinema.

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AYT #112: Represent

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On this episode, Joe and Erik zero in on two newish films out in theaters right now, both comedies but each one landing on different ends of the genre’s spectrum: Tangerine & Trainwreck. The hosts also announce the next edition of HOLD UP: Rules of Attraction.

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AYT #111: Let It Die(?)

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On this episode, Joe and Erik get jazzy again and let their concerns fuel the discussion. It’s another state of the industry type chat in which the hosts discuss where cinema seems to be heading. The second half of the show they take a look at several new documentaries (Amy, Cartel Land, The Look of Silence, The Wolfpack), all worth your time, and not so much reviewing them but instead using their ongoing releases to discuss how exciting and ubiquitous modern nonfiction filmmaking is today.

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AYT #110: A Difficult Episode

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On this episode, Joe and Erik tackle several challenging films, one new (The Tribe) and the other a lost notorious film from 1983 getting a small theatrical and blu-ray release (Angst). In doing so, it leads them down a path discussing other difficult films they’ve endured and enjoyed over the years. Brief time is given for a Laptop Cinema recommendation of Rodney Ascher‘s latest documentary, The Nightmare. And of course, there’s the latest edition of HOLD UP: Mel Gibson’s last directorial effort, the 2006 film Apocalypto.

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AYT #109: Chasing The Fix

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On this episode, Joe and Erik get jazzy in the show’s opening as they bob and weave through disparate topics en route to an enthusiastic review of the electric indie film Heaven Knows What, from the Safdie Brothers. They even squeeze in some time to chat about another indie (this one a romantic comedy) coming to VOD and theaters, Results, as well as to announce the latest edition of HOLD UP: Mel Gibson’s last directorial effort, the 2006 film Apocalypto.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, though frequency of new episodes often increase or decrease based on interest level of what’s going on in cinema.

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AYT #108: A Furious Road Divided

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On this episode, Joe and Erik discuss at length Mad Max: Fury Road as well as the entire series up to this point. With hyperbole already reaching a boiling point in some cinephile/critic circles on the film, we hope to provide some balanced opinions on this latest work in the franchise, even if we do love the film. Lastly, our next edition of HOLD UP: Emilio Estevez’ directorial debut, the 1986 film Wisdom.

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AYT #107: The Debut Episode

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On this episode, Joe and Erik talk about AYT favorite Ryan Gosling‘s directorial debut Lost River, which you can rent on VOD right now. Then it’s onto Alex Garland‘s new film Ex Machina (also his debut as director). Lastly, our next edition of HOLD UP: Danny Boyle’s 2000 film The Beach.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, though frequency of new episodes often increase or decrease based on interest level of what’s going on in cinema.

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AYT #106: Looking Fast, Feeling Furious

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On this episode Erik and Joe talk about two new releases that couldn’t be further apart in terms of style, tone and budget: box office behemoth Furious 7 and micro-budgeted midwestern indie Buzzard. The last part of the show we introduce our next edition of HOLD UP: Danny Boyle’s 2000 film The Beach.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, though frequency of new episodes often increase or decrease based on interest level of what’s going on in cinema.

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AYT #105: Dog Bites Man

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On this episode Erik and Joe talk about two new releases that take strange turns into genre territory with a more artsy leaning: Spring and White God. The final segment we unpack our latest edition of HOLD UP: 1986’s Rutger Hauer-starring terror/action movie The Hitcher.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, though frequency of new episodes often increase or decrease based on interest level of what’s going on in cinema.

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Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center
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