A Raw Holocaust Part 2: Clowns, Gay Filmmakers, and the Grand Puba of Disturbing Cinema
In the follow-up to their discussion on Raw, the boys finally take the dive into a discussion on, as Burgess calls it, the Grand Puba of the disturbing film canon, Cannibal Holocaust, which, along with Burgess' praise of the semi-recent It remake, neatly book-ends a discussion on the greatest gay love story ever told on film, Call Me By Your Name (and probably one of von Sternberg's favorite films of 2017). Come for the discussion, stay for Burgess' consistent use of eating puns. The discussion on the mockumentary aesthetic will also provide listeners with a fine preview of what is to come in the coming episodes of I Just Don't See the Big Deal.
Thanks again to Creative Commons and the talents of these fine artists for allowing the use of their music: "Tainted Cloth" by Oelek, "The Cannery" by Kevin MacLeod, "Wagon Wheel" by Kevin MacLeod, and "The Troll of the Mountain Swing" by Underscore Orkestra.