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Now displaying: September, 2015
Sep 29, 2015

After the decent Manhunter and the unacceptably mediocre Red Dragon, we tackle Silence of the Lambs, and are quick to point out that we all adore this film. It’s one of the greatest horror movies, and certainly the greatest serial killer film of all time. With such pedigree we find it difficult not to wax [...]

Sep 25, 2015

Ahhhh… it’s good to see my people again. Welcome back perverts. Many of you travel and have taken the time record a little bit of yourselves. Today I reward your efforts! This is truly a milestone, truly a day worthy of song and drink. It is the day I release a Gentleperverts Social Club where [...]

Sep 21, 2015

We begin the Anthony Hopkins Lecter Trilogy with arguably the worst of the three of them, Red Dragon, an ill advised eleven years later prequel that finds us with an incredibly uninteresting Will Graham in Edward Norton, serviceable at best Dolarhyde and Reba (Ralph Fiennes & Emily Watson), but a more restrained performance from Anthony Hopkins, [...]

Sep 17, 2015

Prof and Ginger tackle the conundrum that often in heterosexual relationships cross-gender friendships are considered odd, suspect, or even forbidden. Reflecting on their own experiences with sexy and “platonimous” friendships, they deconstruct the damaging cultural expectations for friendship when in relationships. Their take on open friendships means respecting each human deserves their own meaningful connections [...]

Sep 15, 2015

We’re joined by Sean Colletti, the other half of the This is Our Design team to discuss an epic example of ’80s movie, Michael Mann’s Manhunter, the first filmic adaptation of Red Dragon, as we begin our analysis of the Hannibal Lecter film series. We wade into the Brian Cox VS Anthony Hopkins – Who is [...]

Sep 12, 2015

Lola and the Double P took over the stage at Otto’s Shrunken Head on September 3rd. Co-hostess of the Carnalcopia podcast and all around badass Katie Mack and our favorite giver of go-go goodness Sweet Lorraine joined Lola on stage. Katie and Sweets were officially inducted into the Pussy Posse, (Pussy Tickles Ya’ll!! ) and [...]

Sep 9, 2015

Ginger and Prof spar a bit and share their strategies during an intimate conversation from bed. Finding escape in each other rather than escape from each other is a key component to being your partner’s biggest fan. This relationship philosophy holds compersion and generosity are necessary gifts to give one another through both challenging and [...]

Sep 3, 2015

Lola and the Pussy Posse took over the stage at Otto’s Shrunken Head on August 6th! Double P alumni, Francisco Ramirez and Foxy Squire returned to the show this month, and reminded us why we love having them on as often as we can. We came up with the official greeting of the Pussy Posse [...]

Sep 3, 2015

On this inaugural episode of Intellectual Foreplay, Prof and Ginger discuss curiosity. Remaining curious about one another through their 20+ year relationship has cultivated a deep love and a playful vibe. They share their strategies and motivations in getting to know other people, using a beginners mind in exploring new relationships, and how they cultivate [...]

Sep 1, 2015

For the third season running, Bryan Fuller et al have managed to shock us silent with the revelations and twists that bring the season to the close. With this finale possibly being a bit more final than the other two, we discuss whether it’s possible it could’ve ended better, worse, or even differently. We discuss [...]

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