May/2020

We have a very fun 74th episode of our fun podcast under the MULTI-MEDIA MEN banner called ‘Media-Ocrity‘, where the show is just – okay. Here on the show, we focus strictly on horror/sci-fi, comic books, and video games – basically all the fun stuff that tickles your fancy. In our 74th episode, titled ‘Neil Young sings with the Dude about Dexter‘, we discuss the 20th anniversary of ‘The Big Lebowski‘ and how it has held up, Neil Young acting in a new film, the upcoming season and feature film of ‘Impractical Jokers‘, what would have been a better series finale of ‘Dexter‘, and we all pitch what we think would make a cool theme park. It was so much fun. This episode is guaranteed to thrill you, chill you, and fulfill you. I am joined pop-culture wizard Jonathan Atterbury and comic book artist Jeremy Megert.

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If you’ve missed ‘The Big Lebowski‘, get ready for ‘Going Places‘! It’s a spinoff of the Coen Brothers‘ hit film from 1998 and was written by, directed by, and starring John Turturro. What character could he be playing other than “the Jesus”?! We’ve got your first peek at Turturro from the new film!

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The Dude wants you to roll with him. Not on his bowling team, but in the privacy of your own home. You can do it on Shabbos or you can do it on a rug with or without urine too. Now that you’re thinking like The Jesus and wanting to expose yourself to young boys, let me clarify before I send you to Chino for six months and let me explain!

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Finally….The Dude and Walter and Donny are getting the proper treatment this August when they get released in ‘The Big Lebowski’ in a limited Blu-ray digibook release.  The blu-ray will be released August 16th.

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Ethan Coen and Joel Coen are set to executive produce an hourlong single-camera comedy for Fox, which the two co-created with another feature writer, Phil Johnston (Cedar Rapids). The project, titled HarveKarbo, has received a script commitment with significant penalty from Fox.  How cool is this.  I wonder how hands on the Coens will be on this.

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In what looks like a sober interview with Tara Reid, she gives some hints at sequels she will be filming this year.  Is this true.  I highly doubt it.

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Jeff Bridges: The Dude Abides is a documentary that will be airing tomorrow Wednesday on PBS.  This looks to be all sorts of cool.

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Brothers Joel and Ethan Coen, writing and directing team that have amassed an immense following for films that are synonymous only by how off-center they are, have targeted their next project now that ‘Hail Caesar!‘ is on the back-legs of it’s journey in the production phase.

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For My New York Readers, Lebowski Fest News For you!!!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Aug 2nd, 2011

Hi Bryan Here…

In celebration of The Big Lebowski Limited Edition Blu-ray™ debuting on Aug 16th, join Jeff Bridges, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, Julianne Moore + T Bone Burnett for a very special evening celebrating all things Lebowski. The date will also mark the launch of Jeff Bridges’ self-titled album.

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THE JESUS ROLLS – Film Review!

by Gumbercules9000 on May 4th, 2020

“The Jesus Rolls lacks any of the comedy and character that was brought forth in The Big Lebowski.”

The 1998 instant classic film The Big Lebowski became a worldwide phenomenon that has translated into big conventions similar to Comic-con, quote-along screenings, signature cosplay, and even religion. The Coen brothers perfectly crafted a brilliant comedic crime caper with some of the most memorable characters committed to the cinema with some of the funniest dialogue ever spoken. There are no real jokes in the film in the traditional sense, but the screenplay keeps knocking out each line of dialogue with comedy gold. Over 20 years later, The Coens gave their blessing to John Turturro who played the small, but vital role of Jesus Quintana, the ball-licking, angry opponent to the Dude, Walter, and Donny during league play to further the story of his own character in The Jesus Rolls that takes a new approach to the character and is void of any memory of the previous film.

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Interview with Diego Luna on ‘Mr. Pig’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Apr 18th, 2016

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I had the distinct pleasure to talk with the writer/director/actor that is known as Diego Luna about his new film ‘Mr. Pig‘. Who is Diego Luna, you ask? He was in ‘Y Tu Mamá También‘, ‘Elysium‘, ‘Open Range‘, The Terminal‘, and ‘Milk‘ to name only a few films. Oh yeah, he’s also starring in the upcoming ‘Star Wars: Rogue One‘ film, coming out later this year.

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Film Review: ‘Hail, Caesar!”

by Gumbercules9000 on Feb 3rd, 2016

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It’s always a good time when the Coen Bros. have a new movie in theaters. Film after film, the Coen Bros. have not only told bizarre, funny, violent, musical stories, but have conjured up some of the best characters in movie history. Their uncanny talent for telling stories on film is unrivaled with each movie they make. Their latest endeavor tackles the early years of Hollywood, specifically the year 1951, in a film called ‘Hail, Caesar!‘ that has an A-List cast of Coen regulars and newcomers. Even though the posters and trailers show this A-List cast throughout, the film follows one man, and that is Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin), based on the real life Mannix who was a big time producer and  “fixer” at MGM.

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Film Review: ‘The Good Dinosaur’!

by Gumbercules9000 on Nov 24th, 2015

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This year marks the first time that Pixar released to feature films in the same year. Usually, Pixar releases one film every year or two, but in 2015, we got both ‘Inside Out‘ and this new Thanksgiving release ‘The Good Dinosaur‘. There was good reason for this second release as well, as this might have been the first Pixar movie to ever have a troubled history of production. Back in 2009, Bob Peterson came up with the story and was set to direct ‘The Good Dinosaur‘ a couple of years later.

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The Top 10 Perfectly Cast Movie Roles!!

by Gumbercules9000 on Jul 18th, 2014

Paul N., Here…

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Top Ten Perfectly Cast Roles 

The Bard of Avon said it best, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Some actors are great, and shine in everything they do (Leonardo DiCaprio, Gary Oldman, Daniel Day-Lewis). Some actors are smart enough to pick roles that best use their limited skill sets (Keanu Reeves). This list takes a look at the perfect pairing of actor and role. In this list, you will find a pairing of actor and role so great that the actor ceases to be themselves and instead makes the character take on a life of its own. These pairings are so uniquely theirs that you can’t imagine anyone else taking their place should Hollywood have the audacity to try.

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 When we’re talking Hollywood, or just about movies in general and someone mentions the Coen’s. Everyone gets a different image in their heads. Some immediately think of Nicolas Cage‘s creepy porn-stache in ‘Raising Arizona‘, others think of the twangy song made popular in ‘O Brother Where Art Thou?‘ (which is currently on my iPod). Still others think of ‘The Dude’ in ‘The Big Lebowski‘.

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