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Frotcast 430: Joe Sinclitico Marked Safe From Coronavirus

Hey everyone! Wow what a weird time to be alive (for now). As you are all probably aware, a virus has spread throughout the world that is threatening to kill our parents. And now that we are forced to stay inside our homes and think about what we did to deserve a mass extinction, we figured this is the perfect time to frot. This week, Matt and Vince welcome Frotcast legend Joe Sinclitico to the virtual Frotquarters to discuss his very recent decision to hide out from the virus at an undisclosed location in Washington state. In this episode, we discuss everything from coronavirus to quarantine to cancel culture to Corey Feldman.

If you are unfamiliar, Corey Feldman recently premiered a documentary about himself and Corey Haim called My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys – which you can read about here. We also discuss a recent article in The New Yorker in which Fiona Apple explains the exact moment that lead her to quitting cocaine – being stuck with a coked out Quentin Tarantino and Paul Thomas Anderson.

It’s a great episode of a great film podcast and you really should listen. Please patronize us at Patreon.com/frotcast.

Frotcast 415: Once Upon A Time In Frottywood

This week on the Frotcast, we took one of our very special movie episodes that are usually only available to the Patreon subscribers and made it free for all the fans. Our topic this week? Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. That’s right, this week’s Frotcast harkens back to a simpler time when the Frotcast actually attempted to discuss movies. And this week, for better or worse, we actually succeeded.

With Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, there’s actually a lot to discuss. Like, is this the least plotty Tarantino movie ever? And how about that ending, did it make the movie or was it just Tarantino going back to being Tarantino after seemingly evolving for the previous two hours? Also, what were we to make of Brad Pitt’s character’s past? Was he intended as an antihero or just a super cool guy who maybe also did some pretty messed up stuff? We get into whether Once Upon A Time is reactionary, and of course discuss the backlash over the Bruce Lee scene and Margot Robbie-didn’t-get-enough-lines gate.

We get pretty serious, but we’re still us, so we left plenty of time to discuss a porn star’s incredible obituary and whether Aaron Carter has been flipping rescue dogs to make ends meet.