So for the last 2 weeks I’ve made poor decisions, not as bad as Ivan Locke in this film, but poor decisions as it relates to recording set ups. So with two episodes having been lost to the world of a delete button and me marking them down as no longer existing… Just know we were amazing and you missed out on something special. Regardless, this week we sit down to discussion the film Locke starring Tom Hardy and a telephone in a really nice car. Continue reading
This episode was actually recorded 2 weeks ago, just after the World Cup Semi-Finals and before the Final. So if you are wondering why Damion doesn’t sound less excited, it’s because he still is looking forward to the final. We will all enjoy his sadness and continued cynicism on the next episode. However enjoy us talking about that very thing (sadness and cynicism) as we discuss Calvary and death on this ep of TUMP…. Continue reading
AND SUMMER CONTINUES!!! We move from electrified spiders to summer tans and college keg parties this month and it’s going to be awesome as we break down June and I start praying that my cohorts just stop watching movies and let me win this year on default. Continue reading
It’s pretty much a bad time for TUMP… our first release in about a month. It seems that everything that could ever happen to conspire against us in making podcasts. However, finally here’s us discussing one of my favourite documentaries of the year thusfar, Tim’s Vermeer.
Enjoy the heck out of this one.
Review (00:05:30): Tim’s Vermeer
Top 5 (00:56:15): Smart People in Film
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THE SUMMER IS STARTED!!! SO LET THE GAMES BEGIN!!!
While this competition is all year long, like Hollywood itself we generally bank on the Summer for the big dollars in this game to pan out. And it seems to have worked out, for some of us (i.e. not me). But let’s get into it. Continue reading