NEW EPISODE: BRANDED TO KILL, 20K LEAGUES

Just when you thought Suzuki month couldn’t get any weirder, Thom and Tom watch and discuss the film that got Seijun Suzuki blacklisted from the Japanese film industry for a decade, the utterly bonkers Branded To Kill (26:40). But first, Siblo takes Whalen deep for a Hole In The Carpet segment on Disney’s 1954 FX landmark 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (2:50).
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WE MADE IT TO 50! SUZUKI MONTH CONTINUES WITH TOKYO DRIFTER, PLUS IN OR OUT?

The Carpet unfurls across Japan’s technicolor streets and snow-kissed valleys as Tom and Thom whistle their way through Seijun Suzuki’s wild 1966 film Tokyo Drifter (41:40). But first, your Carpeteers are joined by Rad design man and Fringe Drinking co-host Ryan Williams to play a little In or Out?, dishing takes on Zack Snyder, found footage films, and watching movies with subtitles(2:30).

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WELCOME SUZUKI MONTH, PLUS HAPPYTIME MURDERS AND SUPPORT THE GIRLS

Siblo and Whalen begin a month immersed in Seijun Suzuki’s esoteric crime films with 1963’s Youth of the Beast (30:40). In Rad Ticket, your Carpeteers wrestle with the puerile pleasures and harsh critical reception of Brian Henson’s The Happytime Murders (4:25) while Siblo dishes quick takes on Andrew Bujalski’s latest, Support the Girls (22:20).