Episode 249 : Straight Outta Binghamton

Straight Outta Binghamton

This week on Buried Cinema:

Brian "B Slat" Slattery picked the new N.W.A. biopic "Straight Outta Compton," and the rest of us just went all over place pairing movies. Tom "Busta Kap" Kapr chose to go with Craig Brewer's 2005 "Hustle & Flow," about a pimp chasing his dream of becoming a rap artist. Steve "M.C." Moore (a.k.a. "M. Seymour") chose last year's overlooked "Dear White People." Nate "Natty G" Griffis decided to go in a more fight-the-system direction with Orson Welles' 1962 adaptation of Kafka's "The Trial." And our newest member John "The New Guy" Brhel picked the 1993 thriller "Kalifornia," because that's where Kompton is located. He couldn't join us though, so instead we're joined later in the podcast by Kevin "O.G." (a.k.a. "Old Grampa") McCabe. (We'll be going by our cool rapper names on our new Tuesday podcast, "Straight Outta Binghamton," where we discuss the latest in rap and hip-hop.) Just a bunch of white guys in a barn talking about the black experience. It'll be fine.

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