On this episode of PFK, Ashley and Amy examine a variety of movies made with Richard Linklater in the director’s chair. From 1990s Slacker to recent endeavors like Boyhood and Everybody Wants Some, the team talks about his work and brilliance in bringing unusual characters and scenarios to life. And, for some reason, a tangent that compares his work with Kevin Smith’s…
On this episode, “Unhinged.”, we welcome our first guest, arts and music writer Jason Keil. Together, we discuss movies that we found so disturbing and uncomfortable to watch that the thought of revisiting them makes us nervous wrecks! We’ll explore how ones we have revisited, even knowing what terrors await, still keep us tortured.
by Ashely Naftule – “Somewhere in these piles of shit I found heaven,” HIDE’s Heather Gabel snarls on their debut album. Castration Anxiety is a visceral piece of work: the sound of two people crawling through broken glass to get to somewhere better. And for all the noisy textures, industrial
The folks at Prizefighting Kangaroo look back on 2017: a great year for movies and a terrible year for everything else. Amy and Ashley talk about the best things they’ve seen, the worst things they’ve seen, and also bring up old classics they rediscovered throughout the year. They also spend
In the premiere episode of the Prizefighting Kangaroo, Ashley and Amy talk about some of the actors and behind-the-scenes folks from the movie industry who shuffled off this mortal coil in 2017. From controversial celebs like Jerry Lewis to great character actors like Bill Paxton and Powers Boothe to Tobe