Welcome to CTC 2.0! The new podcasting space is set up and everything is in place to bring you a bigger and better show than ever before. This episode sees Garvis II and Garvis 3 joined by new co-hosts Jeff and Brett to discuss one of the oldest films we've covered, 1925's Battleship Potemkin. This is one of the most important films in the history of filmmaking due to the numerous techniques that were first used here. To honor this film and to give the new co-hosts a chance to talk, we also have one of our longest episodes ever. We also talk about the new releases on home video and in theaters with a huge recommendation for Kubo and the Two Strings.
After a lapse CTC is back with a brand new episode. This week the two Garvises (Garvi?) are on their own and discussing Eli Roth's 2013 cannibal tribute The Green Inferno. Is this a film the guys can sink their teeth into or a huge hunk of rotted meat? There's also our usual look at new releases on home video and in theaters. Well they would have been new releases if I could have gotten this edited and posted in a more timely manner. So enjoy the new release news for last week in this episode.