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Jan 16, 2018

Aliens and goblin kings! In this episode, Darian and Victor pay tribute to the Thin White Duke himself, David Bowie. Together they share their favorite songs and moments in Bowie history, then dive straight into the films that helped make Davey Jones an icon. Victor begins with Bowie’s first film role, 1976’s “The Man Who Fell to Earth.” Darian follows up with a childhood classic that introduced Bowie to a new generation, 1985’s “Labyrinth.”



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Film Loop Office Oscar Pool 2018

The 90th Annual Academy Awards are upon us, and we’re hosting the first annual Film Loop Office Oscar Pool! That’s right, we’re challenging you, our listeners, to make predictions for winners in each category of the 2018 Oscar awards and compete for the top prize, including the chance to pick a film that we will review in our penultimate episode this season! Contest begins January 23, 2018 through February 26th, 2018. Go to for more details!



The Man Who Fell to Earth trailer:


Bowie and the missing soundtrack: the amazing story behind The Man Who Fell to Earth:


Labyrinth trailer:


“Inside the Labyrinth” Featurette:


“Labyrinth: The Novelization” by A.C.H. Smith:


“Underground” music video -


FLUBS from Episode #9

Can it be!? No flubs last episode! (that we know of…)


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