Film A Week Podcast Episode 6: “Raiders of the Lost Ark” (Classics Revisited)

“It’s not the years, honey. It’s the mileage.”

Film A Week Podcast presents Classics Revisted, in which we take a look at a classic film Serg Beret has already seen. In this episode, hosts Beret and Jerry Monroy head on a trip with Indiana Jones in “Raiders of the Lost Ark.”

The hosts rediscover the wonder of Spielberg’s masterwork, the thrills of Indiana Jones, the beauty of Marion Ravenwood and the heart-pounding action that makes this film stand the test of time.

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Film A Week Podcast Episode 5: “Mulholland Drive” (Criterion of the Month)

Silencio…

Hosts Serg Beret, Patrick Raissi, Miguel Carchure and Jerry Monroy of the “Mania Road” podcast drive down their first pick for Criterion of the Month, 2001’s “Mulholland Drive,” directed by David Lynch. The hosts discuss their theories on what the film is truly about, Miguel enters the Lynch universe for the first time and the hosts also try their hands at impressions of Lynch in a special hour and a half episode of the podcast.

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Mania Road Episode I: “The War to Settle the Score” (The First Road)

WHATCHA GONNA DO WHEN THE MANIA ROAD PODCAST COMES FOR YOU!?

The first episode in the long-awaited (for the hosts at least) wrestling podcast with “Mania Road.” Hosted by Serg “The Unabomber” Beret and Jerry “El Tigre” Monroy explore various important and significant roads to Wrestlemania in this limited podcast series.

Starting with “The First Road,” the two head down the road to the first Wrestlemania with “The War to Settle the Score” to witness the feud between Hulk Hogan and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, the handsomeness of “Handsome” Dick Manitoba and the wonders of the cocaine-fueled 80’s.

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Lyrics: “Alt Paths (These Blinking Lights Fade)”

Take it day by day
Everything seems okay
Perfection is not for me anyway

I still see Chicago in my dreams
I still see a window of opportunity

Here
I am happy
Here
There is no anger
Here
In the calmness
I see your smile

I lay down on the couch by you
We stare on through night
And see how far we’ve made it
It’s a dream we built together
If only it were real

Here
I am happy
Here
There is no sorrow
Here
In the calmness
I see the plastic life

The blinking lights
Pass on through
My mind wander by and by
Oh, I’ve lost you
I’ll soon bounce back once again

I see you dreams
I see your alt reality
It is not for me
Even though it’s beautiful,
I can never be apart of it

Here
So far out of reach
Here
It’s not what should be
Here
In the calmness
I’ll see your smile
And leave again

These blinking lights
Pass for you
My mind wanders by with
Thoughts of who
These blinking lights
Shrinking down on the set you built
This is a false memory

Here
On this Earth
I leave you alone
Here
In this world
I’ll remain the same
As I always should be

These blinking lights
Fade away again
Ten years you dreamt them
Onto paper
And they never really faded
Until now in your darkest hour

Here
In the calmness
Here
We’re broken up in parts
Everything starts to go away
I will begin to drift away
I’ll begin to drift away

This alt reality is no longer in my dreams

Film A Week Podcast Episode 4: “To Catch a Thief”

J’ACCUSE!

Hosts Serg Beret and introducing host Matthew Reveles (formeraly of Friendly Film Perspectives) decide “To Catch a Thief” with this 1955 Alfred Hitchcock thriller. Listen as the two talk about sexual tension created by Cary Grant, the beauty of Grace Kelly, and give their thoughts on the twist of the film. The hosts also completely f*** up the introduction to the show.

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Lyrics: “Out of Your World”

I’m out of your world
Out of your world
Entering another
Atmosphere quite soon
I need out of your world
Need out of your world
No longer in
Your orbit will I be

So convenient for you to try
And keep a hold of me
Telling me you love me still
When we both know you don’t
That’s a lie I refuse to believe

Now, you’ve taken advantage of me,
My kindness and hospitality
You’re an abuser of my fragility
I am no longer a pawn in your game

I’m out of your world
Out of your world
Entering another
Atmosphere quite soon
I need out of your world
Need out of your world
No longer in
Your orbit will I be

Surrendered my body
For you to use me up
The satisfaction never mattered
As long as you got off
But you’d kill me still, just for a thrill
An impact that resonates

Now, you’ve taken advantage of me,
My kindness and hospitality
You’re an abuser of my fragility
I am no longer a pawn in your game

I’m out of your world
Out of your world
Entering another
Atmosphere quite soon
I need out of your world
Need out of your world
No longer in
Your orbit will I be

Now, you’ve taken advantage of me,
My kindness and hospitality
You’re an abuser of my fragility
I am no longer a pawn in your game

I’m out of your world
Out of your world
No longer in
Your orbit am I in

Lyrics: “The Beast Inside”

There it is, I hear roaring
There it is, I see it forming
Standing there, it’s performing
Sitting up, raising its voice
Standing there, giving me a choice
Waiting on me, waiting on an invoice

Seems to me I unlocked the beast inside
Your soul you did not want to reveal
Now I suffer under you
And I’ll claim I lost out under you
But I learn so much from it all

About myself if you couldn’t tell that
I loved you so, but I need to let you go
Before it starts to get worst
And you hit another one

Lovely being I see, seems so familiar to me
Reminds me when I was young, angry and in need
Of no one, so I know what’s to come

Darling, don’t you see
That life is getting harder
On this partnership
The flaws are severing us apart
All I feel is hurt and harm
No longer safe

Seems to me I unlocked the beast inside
Your soul you did not want to reveal
Now I suffer under you
And I’ll claim I lost out under you
But I learn so much from it all

About myself if you couldn’t tell that
I loved you so, but I need to let you go
Before it starts to get worst
And you hit another one

There was a dream I clinged onto
A dream I built around you
That started to collapse under the weight
Of eyes staring at you and making you go rogue
I wished that you’d be fine one day and
We live out our lives, but that never happened

Seems to me I unlocked the beast inside
Your soul you did not want to reveal
Now I suffer under you
And I’ll claim I lost out under you
But I learn so much from it all

About myself if you couldn’t tell that
I loved you so, but I need to let you go
Before it starts to get worst
And you hit another one

Oh darling, don’t you understand
It’s not your fault the halls are haunted
You do not deserve this fault
But this love is at a permanent halt

I can never escape the beast I saw inside
It plays over and over; a harsh nursery rhyme
I wish they saw the beast inside you

Lyrics: “Early Riser”

The sun surrounds my being
It never fails to
Wake me up
Tossing and turning in bed
I try to avoid
The need to wake up

It’s too early to rise
Given everything that’s gone on
I know I’m losing sleep
I no longer can catch up on
This early riser needs to stay
Needs to stay inside

The sheets comfort me
And keep me at bay
The tears keep falling down
From every word you said
I cannot tell anyone
Of the disaster that you gave
I’ll keep my mouth shut
Until it finally gives way

Warmth of the rising sun
Still creeping up on me
It woke me up
Naked in the sun
I sit and ponder about
If I can move on
If I can move

Start to inhale and exhale
Go about my day and not giveaway
Any hurt or sorrow or
Put a show on display

It’s too early to rise
Given everything that’s gone on
I know I’m losing sleep
I no longer can catch up on
This early riser needs to stay
Needs to stay inside

The sheets comfort me
And keep me at bay
The tears keep falling down
From every word you said
I cannot tell anyone
Of the disaster that you gave
I’ll keep my mouth shut
Until it finally gives way

All the secrets you keep inside
All the lies I’d believe
All the secrets I keep inside
I guess it’s finally gonna give way

Please, break someone else
Please, ruin yourself
Please, break someone else
Please, ruin yourself

Lyrics: “See A Ghost”

I see a figure in the corner
Coming close to me
In the pitch black darkness
Where no one seems to be
Those eyes gleam and glow
With a sense of security

A figment of my past
Coming back to help
It held me once before
That phantom version of herself

See a ghost
A face I used to know
Now wandering through the halls
Trying to save me once more
And it’s you
Why is it you?

See a ghost
A shape I used to feel
Now seeking out the hand
That it once renowned
And it’s you
Why is it you?

Haven’t seen that figure
In six years time
Returning back to my home
A lucid dream out of mind

A figment of my past
Coming back to help
It held me once before
That phantom version of herself

See a ghost
A face I used to know
Now wandering through the halls
Trying to save me once more
And it’s you
Why is it you?

See a ghost
A shape I used to feel
Now seeking out the hand
That it once renowned
And it’s you
Why is it you?

It’s the ghost
The ghost I took for granted
You were here on Earth struggling
To find happiness
Then the end came and you went to
The afterlife
An afterlife filled with happiness and hope
You’ve come back to help me cope

See a ghost
A face I used to know
Now wandering through the halls
Trying to save me once more
And it’s you
Why is it you?

See a ghost
A shape I used to feel
Now seeking out the hand
That it once renowned
And it’s you
Why is it you?

Film A Week Podcast Episode 3: “The Lost Boys”

“You’re a vampire, Michael!”

Hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi head to Santa Carla, California to fend themselves from 1987’s “The Lost Boys.” It’s an episode of comedic surprises, Joel Schumacher praise (!), a dirty grandpa and the ever so sweet sounds electric jazz. The hosts even give their thoughts on Pixar’s latest film “Finding Dory.”

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