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The Flixist XCast 3: X3/Origins: Wolverine

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Title: X-Men: The Last Stand
Release Date: May 26, 2006 (Theatrical)
Director: Brett Ratner
Writers: Simon Kinberg and Zak Penn
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellan, Kelsey Grammer, Anna Paquin, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, Famke Janssen, Halle Berry

Title: X-Men Origins: Wolverine
Release Date: April 29, 2009 [Aus] / May 1, 2009 [US] (Theatrical)
Director: Gavin Hood
Writers: David Beniof and Skip Woods
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Liev Schreiber, Danny Huston, Dominic Monaghan, Ryan Reynolds

SWEET CRAP! That new Exed-Man movie comes out this week and we've still got *a number* of movies to blow through. Lucky for you, the customer, we're insane and practically GIVING our time away. And we've brought guests! Like @CJenkin4.

Despite some setbacks both technical and personal, you can't keep a good franchise podcast down. So after much waiting, we've crammed both X3 and Origins: Wolverine into one gooey delicious treat for not only your ears but also your soul.

I regret that I won't be around for these last few episodes due to life but I am there in spirit. A loving, gentle, pervy spirit.

TECHNICAL NOTE: This episode was accidentally recorded in stereo so...have fun with that. Next one isn't. Promise. Cross my heart.

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Next episode is tomorrow! X-Men: First Class!
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Truth be told, I'm not entirely sure what I'm doin' here. There's a crapload of movies I ain't never seen but eff it 'cause I like watchin' movies and stuff. I went through a super big movie phase and I've taken 3 film analysis classes so I guess that counts for somethin'.

I'm willing to watch pretty much anything unless Ryan Reynolds is in it or at the end two women overcome differences and sing a musical number together. Traditionally movies I like are indie flicks, sci-fi, dry comedies or action movies. I really like films with a sort of natural feeling stylization to them like the old exploitation flicks or Pixar films. Movies where the style seems to be a natural byproduct of the vision for the film and where the film itself still stands on it's own two feet if you take that style away. Guys and gals whom I admire because of this are Tarantino, the Coen brothers, Miranda July (shut up), Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock and Christopher Nolan although there's more whose names I can't remember right now.

My other interest are the usual nerd fare. Music, video games, comics and fetishism (that's usual nerd fare, right?). Music was my first love and still very near and dear to me. Dtoiders might remember I headed up a music review blog before life clenched me in it's sexy jaws and demanded my life blood. Video games and comics are what have really influenced me a lot. The games I like pretty much reflect the films I like. Stylized and full of heart but with gameplay that, once stripped of that style, stand on it's own two feet. I'm also a big DC fanboy though I'm certainly not anti-Marvel.

My personal self isn't terribly interesting. Just a thing with dreads and an aspiring gender issues major who likes to talk shit about alternative sexualities in the context of pretty much any cultural and sociological perspective. I'm a pretty stern feminist and you might even see me go on rants on occasion but I promise I'm approachable and lighthearted on the matter.

Also, whips.

Movies I'd make love to
-Pulp Fiction
-Me and You and Everyone We Know
-The Dark Knight
-Office Space
-The Breakfast Club
-Fargo
-Dr. Strangelove Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
-Rear Window
-Vertigo
-Rope
-The Birds
-All of the Grindhouse movies
-Beyond the Valley of the Dolls
-Black Snake Moan
-All Star Trek ever
-Alien
-X-Men: First Class
-Chronicle
-Avengers

Movies I'd gag
-The Matrix trilogy
-Transformers: Dark of the Moon
-Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland
-All the X-Men movies but First Class
-Batman (1989)

Video games I'd pleasure
-The Mass Effect trilogy
-Wet
-Bullet Witch
-Bioshock
-Heavenly Sword
-Enslaved
-Sonic the Hedgehog 1, 2 and 3
-Super Mario World
-Half-Life 2
-SSX 3
-Halo 3: ODST
-Mortal Kombat (2011)
-Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks
-Jet Grind Radio/Jet Set Radio Future
-Every Tony Hawk game not involving a stupid peripheral
-All the Rock Bands and Guitar Heros except Guitar Hero: Van Halen
-Batman: Arkham Asylum

Video games I'd punish
-The Uncharted series
-The Pokemon series
-Guitar Hero: Van Halen
-Gears of War
-Dragon Age: Origins
-Grand Theft Auto 1 - Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas
-Red Dead Redemption

Musical artists I'd poke
-Le Tigre
-L7
-Julie Ruin
-Bikini Kill
-Cansei de ser Sexy
-Danger Doom
-The Black Keys
-De La Soul
-Wu-Tang Clan
-Led Zeppelin
-Pixies
-Lady GaGa
-The Cranberries
-Dolores O'Riordan
-The Dead Weather
-Laura Marling
-Minor Threat
-Dead Kennedys
-The Long Blondes
-Dethklok
-Blondie
-Joan Jett & the Blackhearts
-The Runaways

Musical artists I'd prod
-Kanye West
-Avril Lavigne
-Maroon 5
-Dave Matthews Band
-blink-182
-Sex Pistols
-Metallica