This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, Friends With Benefits director Will Gluck teaches us proper technique in the bedroom, Another Earthstar William Mapother confronts what he’d do if he met himself, and Tucker and Dale vs. Evildirector Eli Craig packs for Comic-Con with us.
The News, Darkly [The Beginning - 1:20]: Not much time for news this week since we’re having to repack our bags at the security line (apparently 18 pounds of bacon isn’t allowed in your carry-on) but we hit a few highlights.
What Awards Are Used For [1:20 - 19:50]: Why is Will Gluck the last person you’d think would be directing movies about sex? He’ll tell us, as well as talk about Mila Kunis teaching Justin Timberlake how to pleasure her. Oh, yeah. And he directed Friends With Benefits too. Probably as an excuse for that last bit. As a bonus, he teases his forthcoming threequel Monster Fighters.
As The Other World Turns [19:50 - 40:30]: Another Earth received high praise coming out of Sundance, and it finally sees theaters this week. Star William Mapother joins us to get physical, philosophical, and discuss the prospect of the post-disaster film.
Misunderstood Rednecks [40:30 - The End]: The concept for Eli Craig‘s Tucker and Dale vs. Evil seems like a twisted version of Deliverance told from the perspective of the townsfolk (who happen to be completely innocent). The director drops by to warn us all about the dangers of frat kids with popped collars and the joy of directing his first feature.
Plus, at the end of the show, I’ll tell you how you can win $500 just for being curious.
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