Hello Frotland! Matt Lieb here and we’ve got your weekly fix of the Filmdrunk Frotcast. This week, we had the hilarious and beautiful and my girlfriend Francesca Fiorentini in the LA Frotquarters and we discuss everything from Jussie Smollett, Jacob Wohl, to our nice little day trip to Palm Springs that we just got back from where she and I lounged by the pool all day. She’s my girlfriend. Eventually, Vince and I discuss Netflix’s Abducted in Plain Sight about a super sexual predator who will seduce an entire family just to get to a little girl. It’s pretty amazing and horrifying. So have a listen! And give us some stars and a review on iTunes, if you want. THANKS!
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Episode 401 of the Frotcast is available on Patreon right now, and here’s a little preview of it for everyone to enjoy. In this clip, we are talking about the Fyre festival’s founder Billy McFarland with comedian Jessica Sele.
This week on the Frotcast, we’re recording from the new Frotquarters in LA for the first time ever! But we’ve got that same ol’ Frotcast magic, thanks to returning guests comedian Joe Sinclitico and comedienne Alison Stevenson — with Matt Lieb joining remotely and Vince Mancini handling the controls. This week we’re talking ‘Solo,’ sort of, and the weird, Gam3rg8-esque backlash that’s convinced that Kathleen Kennedy is using Star Wars to advance a “feminist agenda.” We also discuss Gringo, the John McAfee documentary about how he likes to kill people and eat poop (seriously, he lets ladies poop in his mouth). And we learn about Alison’s dating life, talk “ghosting,” and all the 21st century relationship etiquette. Enjoy and Frot on, donate at Patreon.com/Frotcast and don’t forget to review us on iTunes so we can climb the charts and rule the world.
Comedians Matt Lieb and Torio Van Grol are in the Frotquarters this week, with Film.com’s Laremy Legel joining via Skype. We open discussing Matt Lieb’s recent audition for Adam Devine’s House Party, and lead into arguments about Kurt Cobain and our pitches for Spider-Man now that Marvel is rebooting the franchise. We get into that crazy NY Times article about the internet shame machine and the girl who lost her job and had to move to Africa over a bad AIDS joke. Laremy comes on to talk about his viewings of Kingsman: The Secret Service, and of course, Fifty Shades of Grey, leading to Matt Lieb’s truly priceless Christian Grey impression. Enjoy.
Back from hiatus, we’ve got Matt Lieb and Brendan in the Frotquarters with Ben joining via Skype. We talk about Matt Lieb’s newly-acquired quicksand porn (thanks, listeners!), read an alleged treatment for Kevin Spacey’s body-swap-with-a-cat comedy sent in by a listener, and talk about my trips to the AVN Awards and to Sundance. Then we bloop in Gavin Booth, director of Scarehouse, to talk about the challenges of shooting a horror movie and being Canadian, and also the dumb things people ask at Q & As. Also, I convince everyone to see Jupiter Ascending because it’s one of the most ridiculous movies ever. Enjoy!
It’s the FilmDrunk Frotcast Best of 2014, edited by Most Valuable Listener Token.
Intro Ep 222
0:01:08 Ep 219 Introduction of Gary from Freemont
0:06:38 Ep 223 Andrew Roberts solves/worsens America’s Racial issues
0:09:13 Ep 221 Alison gets a dating profile message
0:21:12 Ep 210 Bret’s Town house Ghost/Ufford makes a salad
0:30:24 Ep 224 Gone Girl/Ben’s Girlfriend/LAX bro Voicemail
0:42:37 Ep 209 China’s dick sucking robot
0:50:21 Ep 218 Joe Sinclitico pitches “The Forest”
0:54:56 Ep 222 Kentucky Kindergarten names
0:59:52 Ep 226 Purssey, Merney, Kerffee
1:01:54 Ep 226 The Linkin Park movie/Marlins Will Soar
1:08:44 Ep 221 Rating Alison’s Dick Picks
1:14:46 Ep 216 Vladimir Putin steals Bob Kraft’s Super Bowl ring
1:21:55 Ep 213 Matt Lieb Loves Red Dragon
1:25:31 Ep 230 Jane Starling vs Bret Lectre
1:39:58 Ep 227 Lieb’s interview with Joe Hanh
1:52:26 Ep 218 Joe Sinclitico responds to China’s dick sucking robot tech
2:00:24 Ep 224 Jumper outro
Bonus clip Ep 217 The Internet wasn’t worth it
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This week on the Frotcast, Vince, Matt Lieb, and Brendan welcome artist Lucy Owen via Skype. Owen’s series of Juggalo portraits, Where The Juggalo Roam, is currently on display in Detroit. We swap her stories about this year’s Gathering of the Juggalos with ours about last year’s and compare our, American male reactions to the Gathering and Juggalo culture with her British female ones. We also talk about Matt’s latest commercial gig. And of course, we couldn’t not mention the Sony hack, The Interview’s canceled release clusterf-ck, and all about North Korea and doxxing. Enjoy.
San Francisco comedians Matt Lieb & OJ Patterson join for a Frotcast about True Romance, plus Surviving Jack writer Patrick Schumacker calls in to talk about The Hemorrhoid That Destroyed a Marriage. Okay, technically just a wedding, but it’s still a great story. In a surprise turn, his show got cancelled just a few hours before we recorded :-(. We start off with a little about OJ, the San Francisco comedy scene, and Matt having to talk the crazy girl who spit in his face out of suicide. We finish off with an in-depth conversation about True Romance. Typical FilmDrunk Frotcast.
200 Frotcasts! We celebrate with Film.com’s Laremy Legel, who joins at the top top of the frot to read us his latest list and talk about Transcendence, which he also thought was much better than its 19% RT recommended rating would indicate. We answer a few of your reader questions about comedy and anal, and Ben calls us direct from Thailand (KaplanVisuals.com, if you’re wondering what he’s been up to). Then we bring on everyone’s favorite glib lesbian, Heather. She tells us about teaching writing at a prison, working as a mad scientist for children’s parties, and what it’s like being known around Brooklyn as “the lesbian who hates sex.”
Matt Lieb was back in the Frotquarters this week, joining Bret and Burnsy via Skype. We talked about the Shia Labeouf plagiarism fiasco, Burnsy explained some of his choices for the worst movies of 2013, and we had a classic movie discussion of Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing.
This week’s clips included The Most Confusing Commercial Ever, The Most Australian News Clip of All Time, and a couple embarrassing accidental voice mails (don’t forget to hang up your phone next time you leave one!).
If you’re listening and you haven’t gotten to the Australia TV clips yet, I’d recommend sticking around.