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TFR Ep. 38: Hereafter, Winter's Bone, What Are The Odds?

Chris Scalzo

You feelin' lucky, punks?  Oh, you are?  Well okay, in that case, let me show you a little bit about what you have to look forward to.  That's right, Clint Eastwood takes time out of his tough guy schedule, to show us his idea of the afterlife in his newest film, Hereafter.  A proven director, Eastwood journeys into new territory to try to provide some insight into one of life's great unknowns and reflect on life in general, with a topic that is sure to inspire and engage all audiences. The guys will also be discussing Winter's Bone, a small independent movie that has generated a lot of praise.  To answer your question, no sadly it's not about a guy named Winter, and the letter R isn't missing from the title.  Grow up!  It's a suspenseful tale of poverty, desperation, and strength, set in the wilderness of the Ozark mountains.
In addition, a rundown of this week's blu-ray/dvd picks, and once again it's time for everyone's favorite game, What Are The Odds?!  So dial up John Edward, and try to figure out who you know in your life whose name begins with a 'J'. It's an all new episode of the First Run!

Download the show from iTunes here: Episode 38

To stream the show live click 'Play' below.

00:00-13:31: Intro/Hereafter
13:32-24:55: Blu-Ray/DVD Picks
24:56-36:05: Winter's Bone
36:06-1:01:16: What Are The Odds?
1:01:17-1:04:51: Wrap Up

Theme music provided by Jamal Malachi Ford-Bey

Correction: Yes, I know.  I kept pronouncing Lars Von Trier as 'Van' Trier.  I have absolutely no idea why.