This week on the Poz Button the Liftwaffe takes off to take the iron pill on the bodybuilding documentary Pumping Iron. Will to power, brah!
This week on the Poz Button, Spectre hops off the Third Rail to talk about three David Mamet works. Join us for a high-energy discussion of American Jews and their politics, masculinity, America as a failed utopian colony, and the catharsis of slapping around an annoying Jewess.
Happy Independence Day, Amerifams! This week on the Poz Button we bring on Jim and Goydee Ree to get comfy over the 1977 comedy film Smokey and the Bandit and talk about the America that once was! That’s a 10-4 good buddy!
This week on the Poz Button, Borzoi tackles what it means to be a man of conscience, free speech, the Constitution, and martyrdom in the classic 1966 film A Man For All Seasons, with special guest Dark Enlightenment. Try not to lose your head with the return of the terrible microphone. Also guess how many factual errors are made during the episode!
This week on the Poz Button, Cathy Princess and Greyfield Stray discuss the British rustle-fest that is the docudrama Three Girls and present the worldwide debut of their new musical duo, Panevropa
Ending song: Edenland by Panevropa
This week on the Poz Button Borzoi takes a break from actual movies and talks to Arthur and General Belisarius from the Godcast about the end of creativity and what we can do in light of the coming shoah, the Emoji Movie.
This week on the Poz Button, Jayoh de la Rey of the Alc-Right Rises helps Borzoi go mad from the revelations in the 90’s sci-fi movie Event Horizon.
This week on the Poz Button Borzoi invites on DinoCon to shamelessly confess their hipster nationalism as they talk about the 2010 Millennial pozfest Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
From auteurs to autistes, this week on the Poz Button Borzoi brings on anime-aficionado National Waifuist to talk about art and the greatest science fiction movie never made: Jodorowsky’s Dune
This week on the Poz Button Borzoi gets existential with TV Kwa as they seek a reason to live in the face of death while talking about Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru. No, this isn’t anime.Continue Reading …