Adjust Your Tracking is the podcast produced through the facilities of the Northwest Film Center Newsroom. The show is hosted by Joe von Appen and Erik McClanahan, and is produced by Jessica Lyness and Laurel Degutis. Opinions expressed are that of the hosts, and not necessarily of the Northwest Film Center. In episode 6, Joe and Erik conclude their coverage of the 35th Portland International Film Festival with three segments, starting things off by digging deep in to a topic that’s near and dear to our black little desensitized hearts, cult fandom and midnight movies. In the second act we review and highly recommend you seek out the British genre mashup shocker “Kill List,” which screens this Friday at 11:30 at Cinema 21, as part of PIFF After Dark. We also have a bonus spoiler section of our chat on this film, which can be found here below the regular episode. After you’ve seen it make sure to come back and give that a listen to hear our thoughts on what actually happens in this insane film. In the last segment, Erik interviews Michael Roskam, the writer/director of the Oscar nominated Beglian film, “Bullhead.”
Don’t forget PIFF ends this Sunday, February 26, the encore screening day. Head to the Film Center Web site for all information on the films and how to purchase tickets in advance. New episodes of AYT are released every Thursday, so make sure to come back and check out what Joe and Erik are discussing every week. We’d love to hear your feedback in the comments section, or feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter at twitter.com/adjustyourtrack. You can download the podcast by right-clicking the link below and selecting ‘Save Link As…’ Once saved, the show can be played in iTunes or any other mp3 player. Or stream it on the embedded player.
(**Spoilers Below**) Do not listen until you’ve seen “Kill List.” Or if you don’t care and wan’t to know our interpretation of the film, mainly what the ending means, click on the player below. If you agree or disagree with us, please leave a comment.