Episode 66: Moon

Recorded on February 21, 2010.


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On this spoiler-heavy episode of Gutter Trash, we review the Sam Rockwell sci-fi film Moon. And seriously? About the spoilers? Holy crap do we mean it. If you read this before listening to the episode, for the love of Christ, go watch Moon first and then come back to listen. Seriously. We’re not fucking around here. Thar be spoilers in yonder podcast. We’ll wait. Show’s not going anywhere. Okay, you were warned…

Episode 66: Moon

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Episode 66 / Time – 82:38 min. / File Size – 38mb

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    • Joe G. on February 25, 2010 at 12:28 pm

    That really is the rudest fucking thing I have ever heard! I don’t think your reaction was too much at all, especially if they have a history of doing this shit to their customers. Man. That pisses me off.

  1. Wasn’t Liefield supposed to do a Kamandi (or was it Killraven?) relaunch a couple years ago? Did that ever happen?

    I’ve never called in a takeout order & have been involved with takeout about 3 times (2 Chinese & 1 pizza), so I’m not sure what to tell you. Why do they even have two lines where you can hear what’s going on? Is it a part line or something? Shouldn’t they need to put you on hold so you can hear some Kenny G?

    I think I was drunk the first time I smoked weed, but I do remember feeling like “now I can say I smoked weed.” I’d already dropped acid a few times so it was a pretty big let down.

    • Eric on February 25, 2010 at 12:57 pm

    I think Liefeld was supposed to do a Killraven book with Robert Kirkman. Not sure if it ever happened, especially when Kirkman left Marvel.

    It’s not necessarily a “take-out” thing, but if you called any business, and they answered another call in the middle of talking to you and took care of them first, I think it’s rude. You put first caller (you) on hold and answer the other line only to put them on hold so that first caller can be taken care of. Again, fully aware that I may have overreacted, but it does piss me off.

    • Mo on March 8, 2010 at 11:08 pm

    Eric, hey. I’m pretty sure I’ve smoked weed with you more than once. If it was only once I could swear that it wasn’t your first time. I don’t mean to call you a liar on your podcast, I just want to say hey I was there. :)

    Just to let you know I saw this podcast’s subject and then went to blockbuster and rented Moon, then listened to your podcast. I loved Moon. In the opening credits when I saw Kaya Scodelario was in it I got really excited. Too bad she’s barely in the movie. If you don’t know who she is she’s Effy from Skins. Skins is awesome! Jason if you smoked weed for 14 years you’ll love Skins. Check it out.

    • Eric on March 9, 2010 at 6:48 am

    Ryan Merrell!

    I’m pretty sure I’ve only smoked once, and yep, it was with you, Jensen and the hobos. If we did it more than once, I seriously do not remember, but any time I’ve ever done it was at your house, for certain.

    • John on March 17, 2010 at 5:38 pm

    I stopped this podcast, bumped Moon to the top of my Netflix queue, watched it, then finished the podcast.

    You guys might like Solaris (the new one, the original Russian one is a bit of a snoozefest). It’s a few explosions away from an action movie.

    For describing a person, you’re supposed to include detail that’s pertinent to the story. Example of what not to do, “John Doe, who has a hairy chest, is the owner of the ice shop.” The descriptor doesn’t really fit the story. If the story were about hairy chests, then you would include that info. Same goes for race – you don’t need to describe someone as black or white if there isn’t a purpose to it – these are the rules journalists live by.

    I just called a Thai place for takeout. They told me the kitchen didn’t open until 5 pm and to call back then to place an order. It was 4:55. I asked if they could take my order and then put it in at 5 – they agreed.

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