Episode 9 – Die fetten Jahre sind vorbei – The Edukators – 2004

In a very special episode of FFPÖ we don’t have one American co-host but instead doubling down on the Austrian and we have a brand new guest co-host embodied by the funny and smart Florian Reichl and also a secret guest pops up, so stay tuned for our review of The Edukators, a movie from 2004 that revolutionized Austrian and German filmmaking and with a message that still rings true today.

A special thank you to Goblins from Mars (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7r8TN-JGGrTyCmIJSShdkw) who thankfully gave me permission to use their music for the intro.

Track: Back to the Bronx – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95oJKLP1LNI

Episode 8 – Space Patrol Orion – Hüter des Gesetzes – 1966

In a new and very special episode I invite Scott Foster Harris (http://scottfosterharris.com/) to talk about bursting Lasers, inconvenient Robots, magnificent Hairdos, winning smiles and baffling dance moves, because we watched the 3rd episode of Space Patrol Orion!

Rufus Harley: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zvRV9DSNzM
Space Patrol OST: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dsInV9FcL_8

A special thank you to Goblins from Mars (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7r8TN-JGGrTyCmIJSShdkw) who thankfully gave me permission to use their music for the intro.

Track: Back to the Bronx – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95oJKLP1LNI

Episode 6 – Space Patrol Orion – Planet außer Kurs – 1966

We continue our trek through the stars and those stars are aligned for a war, a star battle of sorts if you will, happens in this episode. Nelly and I apply our drunken senses to get to the core of this action-laden episode in less then 15 minutes and find nearly only good things to say.

A special thank you to Goblins from Mars (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7r8TN-JGGrTyCmIJSShdkw) who thankfully gave me permission to use their music for the intro.

Track: Back to the Bronx – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95oJKLP1LNI

Episode 4 – Ein halbes Leben (Half a Life) – 2009

A moving movie where the inability to move on drives the plot. Nelly and Paul try to give other actors next to Josef Hader a chance but his saddening appearance and demeanor just overshadow everything, including the horrifying and complicated matter that this film presents us with. Definitely not for the faint of heart.

A special thank you to Goblins from Mars (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7r8TN-JGGrTyCmIJSShdkw) who thankfully gave me permission to use their music for the intro.

Track: Back to the Bronx – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=95oJKLP1LNI