Cucalorus 2017 Part 2


Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman are executive producers on the new film Infinity Baby, in which Offerman’s character is head of a company struggling to deal with hundreds of immortal three month old babies.

This film was screened at the 23rd annual Cucalorus Festival in Wilmington, North Carolina. We discuss it as well as other selections, including documentary The Work about group therapy in Folsom State Prison, the caper comedy A Bad Idea Gone Wrong, and the local documentary Black Beach/White Beach examining the racial divides of two different biker weeks in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Read More …

Cucalorus 2017 Part 1


We published this show late Thursday night after the first full day of films at the 2017 Cucalorus Film Festival, in its 23rd year out of Wilmington, North Carolina.

The episode covers two blocks of short films, including interviews with Straws filmmaker Linda Booker and The Collection filmmaker Adam Roffman.

We also examine the feature Bernard and Huey, starring Jim Rash, and the southern U.S. premiere of The Misogynists. Read More …