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The Stone Turntable Movie Podcast

Movie-related podcast that include reviews, social commentary and analysis from several points of view. Subject matter will range from early cinema history to current releases and related news material(s). Intended audiences are 18+ and older and may or may not include adult language and subject material. Views expressed are personal and belong to podcast-personality's and may or may not reflect that of Light's Chosen Media.
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Aug 17, 2015

Welcome to The Stone Turntable!!

This week we pulled an episode out of the Archives to share with you the anthological masterpiece that is Four Rooms, written by Quentin Tarantino, Alexander Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez and Allison Anders.

Each writer wrote the script for each individual room and wove this masterpiece together like skilled quilters, telling the story of Ted the Bellhop whose unbelievable journey through the Mon Signor tale is reminiscient of a modern Odyssey.

Directed by Tarantino and Rodriguez, starring Tim Roth (Ted), Tarantino (Chester), Bruce Willis (Leo), Antonio Banderas, Jennifer Beals and a host of other familiar actors, Four Rooms was released in 1995 and still has the relevance expected from Tarantino's best features.

Grab your luggage, turn down Auld Lang Syne. Put a doctor on standby and prepare to ride on Ted's coat tails as he rides the waves of New Years Eve at Hotel Mon Signor.

This is The Stone Turntable.

 *Explicit Rating: Coarse language/mature content

Four Rooms can be found on Netflix, Amazon Video and iTunes. Soundtrack by Esquivel is also available at iTunes and Amazon Music.

 

Aug 1, 2015

Welcome back to The Stone Turntable!

This week our hosts played Movie Roulette, a little game where each host assigns another host a random movie to review.

This week we cover A Fish Called Wanda, Black Dynamite and The Last Unicorn.

Join us as we spin the barrel and wade through the fish tank with John Cleese and Jamie Lee Curtis, laugh our three piece suits to ribbons with Michael Jai White and whimsically skip through a fantasy land soundtracked by the band America.

This is The Stone Turntable.

 

 

*Editor's Note: Explicit language warning is in effect as a fella can only "Quack" so much before it sounds like an Internet cafe where everyone is playing Duck Hunt.

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