Chinatown is one of the finest examples of film noir. The Naked Gun is hilarious comedy. And The Usual Suspects has one of the best twist endings in film. But all of these movies are now marred because one of the people involved in each one has been accused of horrific crimes.
This week, Joel Murphy and Lars try to figure out how to separate the art from the artist (if such a thing is even possible). They also discuss the absurdity of podcast intros, the kid who hid inside an airplane’s wheel well a la Commando and the drunk, vengeful girl Joel recently encountered at a bar.
Can you ever really separate art from the artist? Are teenaged boys unstoppable? Would you go with a drunk stranger to egg her ex's house? The answers to these questions and more are in this week's podcast.
This week’s music:
- Intro – “Giddy Up” by Tahuna Breaks
- End – “Turn Me On” by Giangobbe