Monday, March 27, 2006

mamo #38: This ain't no bank robbery!

How do we get from Spike Lee's new heist caper to the future of the political machine in North America? Follow us on one mighty mighty tangent in this latest installment of Mamo.

Tuesday, March 21, 2006

mamo #37: the Brothers grim

Tonight's podcast about movies and popular culture considers the brothers Wachowski: where they are, where they're going, and whether they're proof that the half-century-old "auteur theory" is as solid as it's ever been. With the summer season kicking off in a revolutionary movie that will inspire no revolutions (nor be released in summer at all, nor spring), it's time to find out whether there's a frickin' spoon or not.

Also: Mamo #37 gets posted on the 21st. How weird is that?

Monday, March 13, 2006

mamo #36: It's where we will spend the rest of our lives

Tonight we peer into the future, the future of the very cinema itself. Or at least as it concerns 2 of the most prolific and accomplished technicians around. Join us as we carry on the three dimensional kit and kaboodle. And we're photographed while doing it.

Sunday, March 05, 2006

mamo #35: Oscar the couch

It was a wonderful night for Oscar... or an exceptionally boring one, depending on who you ask. The boys from Mamo took to the couch and posted their thoughts live to the internet every half hour or so... until disaster struck and we were forced to pull the whole kit and kaboodle back down to earth for far longer than either of us ever would have wanted. But the good news is: Mamo 35, the Oscar show, is back! This time its an omnibus edition, collecting all 7 installments of our hair-brained Oscar night scheme. Enjoy!

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

mamo #34: It's a black thing

After a two week hiatus, we're back to examine the phenomenon of Tyler Perry, and the general malaise with which the "black" movie is viewed in predominantly white Hollywood. Yup, as 2 caucasians from Canada, we're uniquely qualified. Listen, as we court disaster.