August 31, 2010
Mick, Maggie, Styles and Barrr sit down in the bowels of Liberty Hall to discuss contemporary films, new releases, personal favorites and do a little trash talking, too. This episode covers Harmony Korine's new film "Trash Humpers," the state of independent film, Blockbuster going bankrupt and Banksy's new documentary "Exit Through the Gift Shop." We also pick on the film "Green Zone," Kevin Smith and annoying customers. Last but not least, we provide some current favorites you might have missed on the shelf. The Hall Monitors contains adult language. Parental Discretion Advised.
Cdubyahurd 12 years, 6 months ago
I'm here to comment. Thank you for an enjoyable audible experience. Where did those forty minutes go? Well done Barr and crew: provocative, insightful, informative, heartwarming, OK maybe not so uplifting, but most entertaining and quite hilarious! Final thoughts: Cop Out's soundtrack made me poop a little and sometimes when I have trouble falling asleep at night I think of a scruffy Ruffalo beard scratching against mine own....zzzzzzz.....Whu?! Lookin' forward to another exciting episode of HALL MONITORS!
PatrickJoseph 12 years, 6 months ago
Whoa! Thanks for mentioning "Last Chance to See." I love that book.
Jason Barr 12 years, 6 months ago
Thanks for the feedback! Glad to hear it! We'll be recording a new ep every friday afternoon in time to launch on Tuesdays....as a rental companion. Feel free to ask questions or email questions/suggestions to us at Vivalabarr [at] Gmail
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