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Duncan and Bo Go to Westworld – “Trace Decay”

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How far we have come…  With “Trace Decay,” we get more Maeve, more Teddy, more Ford and more abuse for poor Bernard.  On this latest episode of Duncan and Bo Go to Westworld, your heroes get into the frustration of this episode’s suspension of disbelief and marvel again at Sir Anthony Hopkins getting it done.  We point out some clues that we feel absolutely confirm a long-standing theory and introduce a new theory involving that host under the house.

We’re drawing to the conclusion of this season and we have some opinions on how we want to see this wrap up.  Jump in and let’s get set for the next episode together!

 

Duncan and Bo Go To Westworld – “The Adversary” and “Trompe L’Oeil”

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Hello, my droogies, and get ready for a brand new episode of Duncan and Bo Go to Westworld! We’re behind two episodes, so we double down and cover episode six, “The Adversary,” and episode seven, “Trompe L’Oeil,” two slam-bang episodes with big reveals and even bigger questions.  We get into it all, from confirmations of some of our theories to brand new speculations that twist what we think of the show and “The Maze.”  Also, some listener feedback and what we expect from the remaining episodes.  And Maeve is, undeniably, the best.  Get caught up before the episode eight premiere with your pals, one of whom is certainly not a host.

 

Duncan and Bo Go to Westworld: Episode 5 – Contrapasso

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Welcome back to our latest look at the futuristic theme park known as Westworld.  This time around, we INTENDED to record a show covering episodes five and six, but conspiracy theories took over and we’ll be splitting it into two shows.  This time around, then, we get deep into the dual timelines theory and Duncan offers up his views on why this is making more and more sense, Bo doubles down on space ships, we get a Heat-like scene with two actors doing great work, the elephant (trunk) in the room, we offer dueling Anthony Hopkins impressions, and so, so much more!  Get your notes out, we’re getting twisty this time on Duncan and Bo Go to Westworld!

 

Duncan and Bo Go to Westworld – Episode 3 “The Stray”

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Three episodes in and we’re getting deeeeeep!  Join your faithful pals, Duncan and Bo, as we explore the widening mysteries of Westworld.  Couldn’t we think of a better name than the Milk bandit?  Or Rifle Lady?  What about that Magic-era Anthony Hopkins?  And they call Clue what in the UK?!  It’s time to get real (or maybe robotic) on our latest journey into this futuristic theme park and bask in speculation!

Also, your questions and our first audio message!  Drop us a line with your own thoughts at Bo@legionpodcasts.com or over on Facebook right here!

Closing song: I Am an Excellent Steel Horse by Rock Plaza Central

See you next week!

Duncan and Bo Go to Westworld – Episode 1 “The Original” & Episode 2 “Chestnut”

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Hey there, all you hosts and guests!  It’s time for Duncan and Bo to reunite for a trip to Westworld, HBO’s newest series offering.  We delve into this sci-fi mystery aided by Walken-bot, whore mistresses and speculation on Freddie Mercury’s choice of Westworld attire.  Also, our speculations on where this thing is headed and reviews of each episode!  Hop on the train to Sweetwater with us and find out if Duncan is the man he claims to be.

Duncan and Bo Come Correct – Of Samurai and Choopers…

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And now, the end is near…  Who are we kidding?  The end isn’t just near, it’s here!  The season two finale of Duncan and Bo Come Correct has arrived and it’s a doozy!  Shedding our usual, so-called “good” movies for a pair of delightfully terrible films, we are proud to present Duncan and Bo Come Incorrect.  Duncan gets tactical with the head-scratching editing and painfully wooden dialog of Samurai Cop.   Bo, who offered up Winterbeast the last time around, takes Duncan on a trip to the Blood Shack, where rodeos and single takes abound.  Enough lollygagging, let’s get incorrect!

Closing song: God Was Drunk When He Made Me by Jim White

Additional music by www.bensound.com.

 

Duncan and Bo Come Correct – Ah, Romance!

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The final regular episode of season two has arrived, and it’s a doozy!  Our heroes’ eyes turn to love and romance…  you know, peeing on people and child murder!  In typical DBCC fashion, our sinister cinephiles look at the Lawrence Kasdan-directed The Accidental Tourist and the surreal lesbian D/s tale, The Duke of Burgundy.  Can William Hurt and Geena Davis stand tall against corsets and watersports?  Listen in to find out!

Also, we talk recent viewing of that Martyrs remake, Green Room and a new-ish horror-comedy called Ava’s Possessions!

Next time out, Duncan and Bo Come Incorrect!!!

 

Duncan and Bo Come Correct – Tragic Comedy!

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Welcome to episode 11 of season two!  As we wind down, it’s nice to dive into the world of comedic film.  Laughter, you know?  Having a good time.  And so, Duncan brings it with Four Lions,  a film about that most hilarious of subjects – terrorism.  Not to be outdone, Bo presents the suicide-tastic cult classic Harold & Maude.  Which of these feel-good stories generates the most laughs?  Is quantity more important than quality?  Also, why was there so much cannibalism in Ron Howard’s In the Heart of the Sea?  These questions and more are answered on this episode of Duncan and Bo Come Correct!

 

Duncand Bo Come Correct Will Survive!

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Can that survive the juggernaut of Nicolas Roeg’s Walkabout, featuring a very young Jenny Agutter of American Werewolf in London fame.  Bo goes back to his American roots for the classic Jeremiah Johnson starring Robert Redford.  Who will survive the survival episode?

Also, more complaints about Eli Roth’s Knock Knock and some love for Ant-Man.

 

 

Duncan and Bo Come Correct – Master Sleuths!

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Duncan and Bo turn their perceptive eyes toward two impressive detective films.  Duncan goes classic with Coppola’s The Conversation while Bo counters with the under-seen Zero Effect.  Can anything top Duncan’s classic from the 1970s?  Also, why is Duncan watching Adam Sandler movies?  And why does a ghost film turn into a time-travel move?  These questions and more answered on the latest Duncan and Bo Come Correct!