Everything’s topsy-turvy on Mousterpiece Cinema this week, from top to bottom. For the first time in a while, Gabe’s not on the show due to scheduling issues; in his stead, Josh got two esteemed guests–Peter Labuza of The Cinephiliacs and Jake Cole of MovieMezzanine.com–to join him to review, of all things, a David Lynch movie. Yes, David Lynch does have a Disney connection: his 1999 film The Straight Story, which is rated G, features no terrifying nightmare sequences, and is, on the surface, as un-Lynchian as it gets. But maybe not. Maybe The Straight Story is David Lynch’s most centered film, his most emotional, and his heaviest. You’ll have to listen to the new show to find out![powerpress]
Josh Spiegel contributes to Sound on Sight as a podcaster, its chief film critic, and editor of the Film section. (And that's just in his free time.) He started up the all-encompassing Disney film podcast Mousterpiece Cinema in June of 2011, and joined Sound on Sight officially in January of 2012. He joined the ranks of the Sound on Sight flagship podcast in early 2013. He's also a member of the Online Film Critics Society.