Keeping OK City Part 2: Recovered Memory, Making the Analogy Great Again, and the Return of Timothy McLovecraft
In the second part of the newest saga of reviewing documentaries, the boys take on The Keepers, the Netflix pop-u-mentary series about the rape and abuse of students, the murder of two nuns, and the apparently settled case of recovered memory (despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary, but let's not let that get in the way of a successful documentary's narrative!). It's mostly a lot of ranting against the filmmaker by von Sternberg and attempts to make the analogy great again by Burgess (which is now the podcast's first catchphrase, apart from Serbian Film references), but it's an enjoyable lark! Give it a listen and remember to share and subscribe!
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.