Top 5 Sidekicks

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Anderson and Bryan team up to discuss the TOP 5 SIDEKICKS.  They talk about the best backup a protagonist could have.

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Download – Duration: 1:26:06


Featured Artists: Phil Neal And The Wornalls, Christin Nelson, Dead Cat Hat, The Winter Sounds, August Premier, The Midnight Scene

Click here for a list of films discussed in this episode.


8 thoughts on “Top 5 Sidekicks

  1. thank you for recommending the Jinx. when i heard both reactions I skipped forward then watched all 4 1/2 hours in one sitting and listened to you guys talk about it. No spoilers really but im glad i skipped ahead because of the anderson comment “its all worth it for the last 5 minutes.” Also a fan of chappie here. fucking loved it – it was just marketed so wrong.


    Posted by andrew | March 31, 2015, 12:43 AM
  2. Bryan, apparently many, many guys share your homoerotic (and with the many ladies I saw, just erotic) fixation with Michael Biehn. I just returned from Monsterpalooza in Burbank. The line for Biehn was wrapped around the damn building– it was maybe twice as long as the line for George Romero. It was the longest line I’ve seen for anyone at a convention aside from Stan Lee.


    Posted by Michael P. Gowdy | March 28, 2015, 2:37 PM
  3. Bryan! Who the ef do you know checks court record before watching true crime movies/tv? Also it doesn’t matter how old a classic movie is ie: Godfather, Chinatown, etc. There are bald babies being born now that will someday listen to Film Vault before ever watching those films so stifle you’re self-indulgent need to chirp interesting plot points as if you wrote them yourself! Love the show though.


    Posted by EvilDREDD | March 27, 2015, 1:59 PM
  4. Another film podcast (/filmcast) jokingly mentioned doing a Top 10 movie phone calls. While that obviously something that wouldn’t work on their format, could be perfect for The Film Vault (been listening since the beginning and don’t remember that topic coming up before). Just throwing it out there. Thanks for all the great shows.


    Posted by Oak_Aged | March 27, 2015, 1:29 PM
  5. Forgive me if you already know this, because I haven’t seen the documentary, but I became obsessed with learning about Durst after the All Good Things special features, but his family was featured in the most recent Forbes 400 because they won the bid on controlling the new One World Trade Center in NY and is going to bring them in tons of money. So they are still huge in NY real estate.


    Posted by jrunyan24 | March 27, 2015, 7:12 AM
  6. If you are going to watch All Good Things, hold out for the DVD or bluray because the special features are as good as the movie. He interviews a bunch of the real people from the movie including the prosecutor. Oh, and it was the first movie Kirsten Dunst showed her boobs, and they were delightful.


    Posted by jrunyan24 | March 27, 2015, 6:45 AM
  7. Special is from 2006, Super is from 2010. They’re similar on paper, but are not actually too much like each other. As low budget as it is, I think Special is fucking brilliant. Super is uneven but oddly enough, Ellen Page makes the whole movie worth it, she absolutely steals the show.
    Anderson, you have to see Slither. It is batshit crazy.


    Posted by Kid D-Brock | March 27, 2015, 2:12 AM

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