Out Now with Aaron and Abe: Bonus Episode – Holy Motors

So here is another special bonus episode of Out Now with Aaron and Abe, which is incredibly straightforward, given the nature of the main film being discussed.  Aaron is joined by guests Mark Hobin, Adam Gentry, and Maxwell Haddad to discuss the absurdest French fantasy/drama Holy Motors.  This is what the entire episode consists of.  It is a pure review show, with no other segments and it does go in depth about the film, meaning that people who have not seen Holy Motors will have the potential to be spoiled on the film, were they to listen to this conversation.  That said, if you have heard of the film and are at least intrigued by it, feel free to give this episode a whirl I guess.  It is certainly a weird film, so perhaps just hearing about its weirdness will be enough to provoke your curiosity into going to see it.  Regardless, the guys do their best to provide their prospective.

So now, if you’ve got an hour to kill…

 You can also find links to the episode at HHWLOD HERE or at Podomatic HERE Subscribe via iTunes HERE

Of course, in addition to this episode, there are many more episodes to be found on iTunes, as well as on the hosted site, The HHWLOD Podcast Network, and still at outnow.podomatic.com for mainly the newest episodes and some exclusives.  One can also learn more at the official Facebook page for Out Now, facebook.com/outnowpodcast (“like” it), which features updates from Aaron and Abe’s personal blogs, other random posts, and some photo albums.  Finally, feel free to e-mail the show at OutNowPodcast@gmail.com with any sort of feedback or add an iTunes rating/review.

Show Notes:
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