Friday, October 15, 2010

Next on the chopping block: The Joneses, Four Lions and a little something about The Kamloops Project

Another Friday night and another great episode of Film Reviews From the Basement: The Radio Show has been lined up for you.

For the first time in Basement history Shawn and I are going to be reviewing a pair of comedies, each tackling a timely topic. First up is the David Duchovny/Demi Moore consumerism satire The Joneses. The second is the terrorism-themed Four Lions, which has been generating great buzz on the festival circuit.

We'll also begin a new segment called Top 5, wherein Shawn and I discuss five things we like or don't like about film. Tonight's topic: our five favourite opening sequences.

And for the locals, we have Kamloops Daily News editor Mel Rothenburger talking about The Kamloops Project, a social experiment the city's only daily newspaper has created.

So tune in tonight at 10 p.m. on 92.5FM CFBX Kamloops or head online to and enjoy. Your life will be better for it. A podcast version will be available here and over at podOmatic by Monday.

Now some previews:

The Joneses

Four Lions

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