Author: Conor Battles
In an effort for our listeners to get to know the staff at BSR (and to provide excellent music), we’re featuring a different BSR staffer made playlist every week. Conor Battles, m.d., Article Coordinator and Sleep Specialist In these fast-paced times, the ability to multitask is an extremely valuable skill. For example: what if […]
This week, we talk Mazzy Star, Johnny Cash and Jack White before diving deep on the letdown that is David Byrne’s American Utopia.
This week! Sound effects! Energy drink reviews! Best Actor brackets! George Romero! Exclamation points!
In this jam-packed episode, we run down the complete non-surprise that was this year’s Oscars, before beginning our greatest undertaking yet: stealing a popular entertainment magazine’s Oscar brackets and using it to talk about Rocky.
On this week’s jam-packed episode, Cameron, Conor, Brooke and Dan sound off on rock and roll ninjas, horny Andy Warhol Frankensteins and the comfy discomfort of David Lynch before giving our completely correct and irrefutable Oscar predictions. For this week’s thrilling bonus episode, wherein we review Annihilation at closing time in a Chick-fil-A, look below: https://soundcloud.com/blacksquirrelradio/all-cinema-podcast-extra-chick-fil-annihilation
It’s the return of BSR’s premiere music podcast, wherein Erik, Conor and Miles, joined by special guest Brooke Forrest, talk new music from MGMT, round up the most promising albums of spring 2018, and explore the tragic tale of unrequited love and creepy dude obsession that is “Jessie’s Girl.”
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.
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.
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.
When reflecting on the history of science fiction cinema, it is tempting to look at the effects-driven bombast of 1980s sci-fi action as nothing but vapid genre pictures; braindead macho posturing more similar to Cobra and Commando than the heady, experimental 1970s works of trailblazers like George Lucas and Andrei Tarkovsky. And while it’s true […]