On this week’s show, Cameron, Conor and Brooke dive deep on Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest movie where Daniel Day-Lewis makes dresses and yells at his wife or whatever, while also talking Gus Van Sant’s sadness fetish, comparing the sex appeal of Zac Efron and Ted Bundy and listing documentary cinema’s greatest weirdos.
Introducing, Jacob & David’s Bracketiary Bracketacular! Certified Bracketiatrists Jacob and David break down the important debates of our time in the only way that makes sense. In this episode, Jacob and David discover the truth behind which holiday is the greatest, but not before ITFRadio’s Alex Wilcox shows drop some sweet tips on how to […]
The KSU Left Review is a new bi-weekly podcast, hosted by Jacob Dickey, outlining the cool goings-on across the campus left, and where and when you can find them. In the kick-off episode we catch up on the month of February so far, look ahead to important events in the coming weeks, and set the […]
Brianna Foraker from USAS and Bengt George from Books to Prisoners come on the show to talk about labor, shitty jobs, and the Century Nugget. Enjoy!
4’33” is a weekly podcast from Black Squirrel Radio showcasing performances of John Cage’s famous composition of the same name. This week’s 4’33” was performed at (and by) the The Fridge, a study area in the KSU Library on February 15th, 2018.
On the latest Spall Talk, we go off that laudanum with Back Row’s Jenna Ipcar to discuss the best Carly Rae story to ever grace this podcast, Ken Russell’s use of nudity, and Wrestlemania 26 as we cover 1986’s Gothic, featuring Tim Spall as Dr. John Polidori. Recs: Niel: Nightmare On Elm Street 2: Freddy’s […]
On this week’s episode, Brooke, Cameron, Conor and Dan talk new movies from Netflix, list the best things to watch on Valentine’s Day and discuss Ingmar Bergman’s first good movie.
Introducing 4’33”, a weekly podcast from Black Squirrel Radio showcasing performances of John Cage’s famous composition of the same name. This week’s 4’33” was performed at (and by) the intersection of Lake Street and Harvey Street in Kent, Ohio, on February 9th, 2018.
This week’s episode is down a Dan, but that doesn’t stop Cameron, Conor and Brooke from talking Hitchcock, ranking the silent film acting canon, and mulling over beloved Austrian sadboi Michael Haneke’s The Piano Teacher. Conor also says something unfortunate about the Superbowl two hours before kickoff.
In this thrilling debut episode of BSR’s premiere movie podcast, hosts Brooke, Cameron, Conor and Dan recap what they watched over winter break, run down the Oscar nominations field, take listener calls and introduce a fun new segment for the show that won’t go poorly at all.