TFR Extras: Musical Swears Ft. JJ Hawkins and Lexi Alexander

Welcome to another outtakes episode! These are the bits cut from the Trailers, Musical, and Hollywood Women/Piracy casts respectively that didn’t fit in the episode, but were too good to just toss. Featured in these outtakes are our wonderful guests JJ Hawkins and Lexi Alexander! Hope you enjoy!

TFR 21b: Some Extra Notes

At last our great cast on parody was released! Putzs that we are, we forgot to include a few things. Really, we tried to include everything! I think you’ll appreciate this little addendum minisode to complement the main cast. Let it be known that we are completionists
For future, we will try to be less careless in our endeavors. Our policy for you, our listeners, is quality! Our best foot forward! Let’s put our little mishap to rights now. So without further ado, our addendum!
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TFR 20: Lady and the Tramps (w/Guest Beck Poppins)

Hello and Welcome!

In this very special episode, Austin, Al, and guest Beck Poppins talk Feminism (or lack thereof) in the film industry! A long time in the works, we all three have some strong opinions on how Hollywood, and society in general, would benefit by not being so afraid of girls. From Disney, to superhero films, to comedy and beyond, we let it all out!

Songs:
“Let It Go” from Frozen by Idina Menzel
“The Princess Who Saved Herself” by Jonathan Coulton
If the rest of the Avengers posed like Black Widow in the promos:
Try these with your favorite films; you might be surprised.
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TFR 7b: Looney in Live Action

Time for another mini-sode!

This is an addendum to our Space Jam/Roger Rabbit cast wherein we talked about films that successfully and disastrously mix live action and animation.
Well…. it seems we wrongly overlooked a great one.
Let’s dig briefly into Joe Dante’s Looney Tunes: Back in Action!
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