The 2017 Vaulties

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Anderson and Bryan whittle down 2016’s best films for THE 2017 VAULTIES.  They also discuss the Oscars broadcast, including the fiasco at the end.

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Featured Artists: Marius Paxcow, Union Specific, Mock Puppet, Before Dawn, Phontaine, CoJack, The Royal Sound

List of Films Discussed

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7 Responses to The 2017 Vaulties

  1. Mike Cole

    The listener art appears to be from Trial and Error, a 1997 film starring Jeff Daniels and Michael Richards.

    I’ve never heard of it before

  2. Momofthree

    Hell or High Water was really good but the whole time I was watching it it reminded me of Lonestar and it was not quite as good as Lonestar. And may I add that Lonestar has one of the most surprising twists at the end of the story.

  3. Momofthree

    Watched King Jack last night. I cannot say enough about the acting. Every single kid in the movie was amazing. I sure hope I see a lot more of each of them in the future.

  4. Kyle K

    I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore was another great recommendation by Anderson. Similar to Green Room, but with much more humor. Very funny last few lines of the movie, much like Green Room. I’m pretty sure Elijah Wood’s character, “Tony”, is Walter from the Big Lebowski’s long lost son.
    Melanie Lynsey’s performance was great. I swear she and Macon Blair look like they’re related, but it’s probably just that world weary resignation they are both so good at portraying with their dark eyes.

  5. Dirk Diggler

    Agree on I Don’t Feel at Home in this World Anymore, loved it. If you like Jeremy Saulnier films, you’ll dig this one. I remember the lead actress best for playing Beth in Detroit Rock City, love that movie

  6. lee johnston

    Logan for the love of god no more chiming in until your microphone issues are fixed….EVERY week dude it pains my ears! Come on Film Vault. better audio
    yo can do itttttttttttttttt

    • Kyle K

      Agree wholeheartedly. Our beloved hosts have previously mentioned this is some cheap equipment issue. It’s been at least a year now, and I would gladly donate to help the progrum.
      I understand Bryan’s house isn’t a broadcasting studio, but there hasn’t been any other noticeable audio drop off. I’ve enjoyed hearing Logan’s limited contributions since 2011, but my ears now have a Pavlovian aversion to his voice and the violent crackling that comes with it.