Join Siblo and Whalen as they careen at dangerously high speeds into the latest Mission: Impossible entry, Fallout, discussing their reactions to the rapturously hyped new film as well as their thoughts on the series as a whole.
Be sure to scroll back in this feed for our Sorry To Bother You spoiler episode and our recent entries on Scottish auteur Lynne Ramsey.
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Siblo and Whalen put a nail in Lynne Ramsay month by discussing her 2018 arthouse thriller You Were Never Really here (19:05) before hashing out their thoughts on the director’s work at large in the Wall To Wall Carpet segment (49:15). Your Carpeteers begin the show with a small slice of Carpetspondence concerning mental health themes in Hereditary and checking facts on Alyssa Milano and Marisa Tomei (5:35).
Be sure to poke around in this feed for our special Sorry To Bother You spoiler episode, published earlier this week.
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Siblo and Whalen poke in for a special mini-Carpet episode to discuss one of 2018’s most bizarre, confrontational, and imminently spoilable films, Boots Riley’s weird slice of agitprop satire Sorry To Bother You. Your Carpeteers go full bore with spoilers here, discussing the film’s plot–including its utterly wild final act–in serious detail, so be sure you’ve seen Sorry To Bother You before you tune in.
Keep an eye out later this week for our regularly scheduled Carpet episode, wrapping our month of Lynne Ramsay with a discussion of her 2018 arthouse thriller You Were Never Really Here.
Siblo and Whalen continue Lynne Ramsay month with a discussion of perhaps her most widely admired film, 2007’s troubling and hypnotic We Need To Talk About Kevin. But first, as an aggressively dumb palate cleanser, your Carpeteers subject themselves to the easy-ridin’ mid-life-crisis road comedy Wild Hogs in a new segment called Bad or Rad?
How does Ramsay’s disquieting demon-child film sit with you? Do you ride with pride for the Hogs? Unfurl your takes at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter, on Instagram, or on Facebook.
In a mini-Carpet episode, Siblo and Whalen key off a particularly insightful piece of listener feedback to present a mid-year movie going roundup for 2018. Your Carpeteers take the temperature of the year’s box office numbers, wonder why so many movie-goers subject themselves to the diminishing returns of the Jurassic World franchise, discuss what effect (if any) the failure of Solo will have on franchise tent poles, recommend their favorite theatrical releases of the year as well as some streaming deep cuts, and much more.
How has 2018 at the movies treated you? Any particular highlights or lowlights you’d like to discuss? Slide us your mid-year takes at email@example.com, on Twitter, on Instagram, or on Facebook.
Siblo and Whalen trade their summer blues for the grey skies of Glasgow in their first foray into the work of Scottish auteur Lynn Ramsay, covering her youth squalor debut Ratcatcher (37:15) and her impeccably soundtracked grief essay Morvern Callar (1:03:10). But first, your Carpeteers punch their Rad Ticket to discuss the new Ant Man film, the unexpected Sicario sequel, the “once in a lifetime bad” Gotti, and more (4:15) before shaking out the Rad Carpet mailbag for some Carpetspondance regarding moms, dads, and John Waters and further, pizza-themed explorations of the biopic (27:20).
Do these early Ramsay films speak to you? Got any takes on Ant Man, Sicario, Gotti? Unfurl your takes at firstname.lastname@example.org, on Twitter, on Instagram, or on Facebook.
Whalen and Siblo wrap an incredible month of Brad Bird by filling in the gaps of the Disney heavyweight’s filmography. First they wrestle with his poorly received live-actioner Tomorrowland (4:00) and then fry up some takes on his strange unlikely hit Ratatouille (30:20) before wrapping Bird at large in their big-picture segment, Wall To Wall Carpet (47:50).
Do you stan for the ‘land? Where does Ratatouille rank in your Bird favorites? Kick us your takes at email@example.com, on Twitter, on Instagram, or on Facebook.
We’ll be emptying the listener mailbag next episode, as well as beginning Lynne Ramsey month with Ratcatcher and Morvern Caller. Thanks, as always, for listening–stay rad!