JFD393: Pop Aye, Another Yeti Love Story: Life on the Streets, 68 Kill

As 2017 draws to a close, the JFD boys take a look at three under-represented flicks from our current year to see how they stack up.

Up first, Thai newcomer Kirsten Tan brings us Pop Aye, the story of a middle-aged man in Thailand who abandons his unfulfilling life to walk an elephant he knew as a child across the country back to his childhood home.

Next, a man who draws penises has to save his yeti baby from a pimp in Another Yeti Love Story: Life on the Streets. As ridiculous as that plot sounds, it doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of the silliness involved in this over-the-top low-budget comedy.

And finally, Trent Haaga, the writer of Citizen Toxie and Cheap Thrills, brings us 68 Kill that centers on a submissive dude whose domineering prostitute girlfriend pushes him into a stealing $68,000 from one of her customers. But when things go wrong, he finds himself in various violent situations at the hands of women.

All this plus witty banter between friends, huge legal challenges to the Government, legitimate theater chat, space hippies, Junk Mail voicemails, our world famous weekly Nerd News and Blu-ray Picks, continued lack of overt police involvement, and a whole lot more!


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