Two Davids Carrie Special!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!  The Two Davids are joined by Bronwyn Knox and John Froehlich for an intense discussion of the three film adaptations of Stephen King’s novel, Carrie.  The first movie, directed by Brian De Palma, was released in 1976, followed by a made-for-TV version directed by David Carson in 2002, and the 2013 remake directed by Kimberly Peirce.

© Frequent Wire, David Lawler and David B. Anderson copyright 2018 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. This podcast, “Two Davids Walk Into A Bar” is not affiliated with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, MGM, MGM Video, United Artists, Screen Gems, Misher Films, Red Bank Films, or Stephen King. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All television, film, and music clips appear under Fair Use as well.

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SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “Heart of Darkness”

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “Heart of Darkness”

SEASON FINALE!

There’s a difference between “hate” and “manufactured hate.”  Hate is personal, often subjective, based on actions that affect a person.  Manufactured hate is when a third party, a fourth party, create an enemy and instruct a person to hate based on indirect (and often inaccurate) perceptions.
We look at four episodes from the Star Trek franchise.  “Let That Be Your Last Battlefield,” “The Wounded,” “Duet,” and “Chosen Realm.”
“Hatred is a transformative power. It can make the innocuous into the menacing. So it has become a weapon of choice. The left has used hate to transform President Trump into a symbol of the new racism, not a flawed president but a systemic evil. And he must be opposed as one opposes racism, with a scorched-earth absolutism.
For Martin Luther King Jr., hatred was not necessary as a means to power. The actual details of oppression were enough. Power came to him because he rejected hate as a method of resisting menace. He called on blacks not to be defined by what menaced them. Today, because menace provides moral empowerment, blacks and their ostensible allies indulge in it. The menace of black victimization becomes the unarguable truth of the black identity. And here we are again, forever victims.”
Shelby Steele, The Wall Street Journal

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© Frequent Wire, David Lawler copyright 2018 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. This podcast, “SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Television, Desilu Television, Gulf + Western, or the estate of Gene Roddenberry. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All television, film, and music clips appear under Fair Use as well.

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “This is Fantasy!”

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “This is Fantasy!”

We look at the episodes in which people seek escape by creating illusory worlds around them; either whole communities, or just that one person in their lives to keep them company. This is a study of loneliness in the Star Trek franchise. The Two Davids discuss “The Survivors” from Star Trek: The Next Generation, “Shadowplay” from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, and “Oasis” from Star Trek: Enterprise.

*Some Trois might have been injured in the making of this podcast.

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© Frequent Wire, David Lawler copyright 2018 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. This podcast, “SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Television, Desilu Television, Gulf + Western, or the estate of Gene Roddenberry. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All television, film, and music clips appear under Fair Use as well.

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “Absent Friends”

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “Absent Friends”

Leonard Nimoy directs the third theatrical installment of the Star Trek franchise, Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, starring William Shatner, De Forest Kelley, and Christopher Lloyd.

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© Frequent Wire, David Lawler copyright 2018 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. This podcast, “SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Television, Desilu Television, Gulf + Western, or the estate of Gene Roddenberry. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All television, film, and music clips appear under Fair Use as well.

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “Hump or Death”

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “Hump or Death”

As logical, as progressive, and enlightened as Vulcans are depicted, they must surrender themselves to bizarre backward traditions and biology. Tonight, we discuss three key episodes from The Original Series and Star Trek: Voyager: “Amok Time,” “Blood Fever,” and “Body and Soul.”

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© Frequent Wire, David Lawler copyright 2018 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. This podcast, “SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Television, Desilu Television, Gulf + Western, or the estate of Gene Roddenberry. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All television, film, and music clips appear under Fair Use as well.

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “The Fire In Which We Burn”

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “The Fire In Which We Burn”

SPECIAL DOUBLE EPISODE! The two Davids review and discuss Star Trek: Generations, as well as make predictions for the new CBS All-Access Picard show starring Patrick Stewart, and why we won’t see HD releases of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager.

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© Frequent Wire, David Lawler copyright 2018 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. This podcast, “SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Television, Desilu Television, Gulf + Western, or the estate of Gene Roddenberry. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All television, film, and music clips appear under Fair Use as well.

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!”

SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast “KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!”

Why not shake it up a bit? We started off with a charged debate about Whoopi Goldberg’s conduct on a recent episode of The View where she shouts at Judge Jeanine Pirro insisting she’s not deranged. Next, we move into a review of “Space Seed,” the classic Star Trek episode that introduced Khan. After that. we discuss the second Star Trek feature film release, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, arguably the best movie in the franchise.

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© Frequent Wire, David Lawler copyright 2018 for all original vocal and audio content featuring David Lawler and selected guests each episode. This podcast, “SHIP TO SHIP: A Star Trek Podcast” is not affiliated with CBS Entertainment, Paramount Pictures, Paramount Television, Desilu Television, Gulf + Western, or the estate of Gene Roddenberry. Any and all images, audio clips, and dialogue extracts are the property of their respective copyright owners. This blog and podcast was created for criticism, research, and is completely nonprofit, and should be considered Fair Use as stated in the Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. section 107. It is not an official product, and it should not be sold nor bought; this is intended for private use, and any public broadcast is not recommended. All television, film, and music clips appear under Fair Use as well.