The day is finally here. We’ve been waiting for months and months and months, but we have now see Cocaine Bear. And if you check the box office returns, a lot of people saw Cocaine Bear! And now we want to talk about it. Did we enjoy it? Yes, of course we did, but actually, there was more to the film than just good ridiculous fun. On today’s episode Mav and Wayne are joined by returning guest Stephanie Siler to not only review Cocaine Bear, but to discuss how it’s not just dumb fun. It is dumb fun, but there’s actually some deeper cultural significance to the movie as well as other bear media. No seriously, there’s some good important stuff happening in Cocaine Bear… and we’re going to talk all about it, so join us and let us know what you think in the comments!
Citations and Links:
- Giving voice to bear: North American Indian rituals, myths, and images of the bear by David B. Rockwell
- The Sacred Paw: The Bear in Nature, Myth, and Literature by Paul Shepard and Barry Sanders
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