March 21, 2013

EP. 28 — VHS Nostalgia

Director Rodney Ascher joins Jake for a nerdy chat about conspiracies regarding The Shining, VHS logos, and late night cable tv. Rodney & Jake discuss Rodney’s new documentary Room 237, the process of scanimation, and the Night Flight tv block on the USA network. They also take a look at a special Tron sweepstakes, Gary Stollman’s appearance on KNBC, and what would happen if you stayed up too late watching tv. Make sure to go leave reviews for your favorite Stanley Kubrick movie in “The Fogelnest Files” section on iTunes. If you’re in Los Angeles, come to the LIVE taping of THE FOGELNEST FILES with Shelby Fero at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre on Thursday March 28th at 9:30pm! Get tickets at

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