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Just like music and film, comedy went through a transformation in the 1990s. Perhaps in reaction to the glut of mediocre and shallow comedians of the '80s, comedy shows like MR. SHOW, KIDS IN THE HALL, and SPACE GHOST COAST TO COAST upended expectations with their alternative brand of social commentary and changed the way we think about comedy toda…
 
The advent of the video rental store made a wide variety of films available for study and this changed the landscape of cinema. Video stores birthed a new breed of filmmaker in the '90s, including Quentin Tarantino and Kevin Smith. Were these auteurs the culture-bearers of film history or self-indulgent dude bros? Or both? Audra and Raymond take a …
 
At the dawn of the '90s, a magical thing happened when MTV began diversifying their programming - they launched a cutting-edge animation show called LIQUID TELEVISION, which changed animation forever. AEON FLUX and BEAVIS AND BUTT-HEAD sprung from this fertile anthology show, bringing the avant-guard and the hilariously puerile into homes across th…
 
A revival and a revival of a revival, Woodstock '94 and Woodstock '99 were fitting bookends to a culturally tumultuous decade. Boomer nostalgia and a new kind of voracious consumerism simultaneously meshed and clashed at these two benchmark events. The results ranged from sublime to tragic. Join Audra and Raymond as they sift through the dynamics o…
 
Titillating transgressive film genre or a dark window into the women-fearing anxieties of men? Audra & Raymond investigate the phenomenon, looking into its roots in film noir and the sexist media circus of the early 1990s. Up for debate are Paul Verhoeven’s BASIC INSTINCT and Barry Levinson’s DISCLOSURE. It's a Michael Douglas film festival this we…
 
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