In Episode 4 of the Critics Den Podcast, we interview Jeremy Lamberton, director of the awkwardly funny biopic Biker Fox, a documentary that follows a man legally named Biker Fox (formerly known as Frank. P. DeLarzelere) as he strives to ride his bike around Tulsa, Oklahoma, sell car parts, befriend raccoons, and make viewers wonder what the hell is going on.
Shows like “Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!” and “Check It Out! with Dr. Steve Brule” have constantly lampooned the idea of the odd people of the world finding their way onto the screen in a hilariously awkward way. It’s a fact of life, or at least was, in the realm of public access television.
What makes Biker Fox so entertaining is that, even after watching the movie, you’re not really sure if you are laughing with him or at him. And so we turned to the director, Jeremy Lamberton, to find out the purpose of Biker Fox the man and Biker Fox the movie.
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