Best Nicolas Winding Refn podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Nicolas Winding Refn (Director, Drive) discusses his new film. A Palme d'Or nominee at the Cannes Film Festival this year, Only God Forgives follows Julian (played by Ryan Gosling) through Bangkok's criminal underground.
 
Join 2011 Cannes Film Festival Best Director Winner Nicolas Winding Refn as he discusses his new film Drive. Mixing classic film noir with wicked violence and a killer soundtrack, the film is a modern day Grimm's fairytale featuring Ryan Gosling (“Blue Valentine”) as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire, stunt driving for movie productions by day and steering getaway vehicles for armed heists by night.
 
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How many comedic Westerns that feature Nat King Cole as a Greek chorus can you name? Not only that, but "Cat Ballou" was also an Oscar-winner for Best Actor in 1965. Lee Marvin turns in the classic performance as a washed-up gunfighter. It's an over-the-top delight that somehow managed to snatch the coveted acting prize from some other, more se ...…
 
Hello, listeners. What can I help you with? Sorry, I'm not sure what you said. You want to listen to the "Jobs" podcast? You can download the podcast here by right-clicking on that link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player located below: Ashton Kutcher portrays one of the most respected visionaries of the past...37 odd y ...…
 
We're pleased to bring you another special episode, which we have devoted entirely to the films of Nicolas Winding Refn. This Danish-born auteur has made his films primarily in English and won international acclaim for "Drive" in 2011. Refn's new film is currently being raked across the coals by critics and audiences alike. We believe in Refn's ...…
 
Welcome back, loyal listeners. The second half of this episode has a decidedly musical bent to it. Although you probably couldn't find two more different kinds of music. "Yankee Doodle Dandy" is a musical in the grand old tradition of vaudeville and tap dancing. It has the distinction of being the 98th Greatest Movie of All Time, according to a ...…
 
If you've never heard us before, we're glad this is your first Albatross Applesauce episode. Cause this one is fun. Join Andrew and Phil in a rollicking discussion (some might say evisceration) of the new film starring Aubrey Plaza entitled, "The To-Do List." In this piece (of cinema) the serious-looking Plaza plays an 18 year old girl attempti ...…
 
Greetings, intrepid move fans! For the second half of this episode, Phil and Andrew tackle the highly emotional Oscar-winning drama, "Ordinary People" directed by Robert Redford. This painful but extremely well-acted film is one of the most gut-wrenching, realistic family tragedies ever committed to celluloid. It also won the Best Picture and B ...…
 
Boo. Scared? Don't be. It's just Phil and Andrew with another podcast! This week we both scream for the new Pixar film, "Monsters University." Listen as we discuss the current state of Pixar films and compare this one to it's predecessor, "Monsters, Inc." (which happens to be Andrew's favorite film from the animation juggernaut). We both notice ...…
 
"Didja listen to the new Albatross Applesauce podcast?" "Oh, yah!" Or something like that. Join us, intrepid listeners, for our latest offering as we discuss the indie crime classic, "Fargo" directed by Joel Coen. Many will have seen this snowy, bloody thriller already, but we invite you to revisit the film. Andrew and Phil touch on the Coen's ...…
 
Nicolas Winding Refn (Director, Drive) discusses his new film. A Palme d'Or nominee at the Cannes Film Festival this year, Only God Forgives follows Julian (played by Ryan Gosling) through Bangkok's criminal underground.
 
Nicolas Winding Refn (Director, Drive) discusses his new film. A Palme d'Or nominee at the Cannes Film Festival this year, Only God Forgives follows Julian (played by Ryan Gosling) through Bangkok's criminal underground.
 
Welcome back, loyal listeners. In this podcast, Andrew and Phil talk about the new Seth Rogen-James Franco-Jay Baruchel-Jonah Hill-Craig Robinson-Danny McBride vehicle, "This Is The End." This horror-comedy is a refreshing take on the somewhat stale Apatowian comedies that have glutted the multiplex for the past several years. Our aforementione ...…
 
Oh, you all are in for a treat. Here's a name some of you may not know: Ray Harryhausen. He did come into the public consciousness last month when, sadly he passed away at the age of 92. Who was this man? Well, he is probably the greatest, most prolific and influential special effects man in the history of the movies. The man himself, with some ...…
 
Grrrr! This episode is about man becoming a savage beast...although in slightly different circumstances. You can download the podcast here by right-clicking on that link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player located below: The first film in this mini-episode is a ground-breaking comedic horror film from John Landis (a dep ...…
 
Welcome back, Albatross Applesauce listeners! Phil here, new graduate of the Experimental and Documentary Filmmaking grad program at Duke University, along with my co-host Andrew, graduate of the School of Hard Knocks. We are ready to get back to the nitty gritty: film reviewing via podcast. You can download the podcast here by right-clicking o ...…
 
And here it is, ladies and gentlemen! Andrew and Phil have some pretty interesting things to say about all of the Best Picture nominees at this year's Academy Awards, and we're bringing those opinions to you without a moment to spare. The Oscars are airing tonight at 8pm, so you have just enough time to settle in and listen to our take on the n ...…
 
Well, kadies and gentlemen, we've recorded a couple of these Oscar podcasts now (the Best Picture podcast will be posting later tonight), and in each of them we tried to fit in our brief discussion about the "miscellaneous" awards at the Oscars. Typically, these are the awards that have been seen by fewer people (including us), and typically ar ...…
 
Greetings, ladies and gentlemen! This most recent podcast has been a little while coming, but we're going to get it out to you, along with two other podcasts, before the weekend and just in time for the Oscars! Consider this your humbly authoritative guide to the awards...we have seen all the nominated films, after all. You can download the pod ...…
 
Albatross Applesauce. Oscartross Applesauce? Albatross Oscarsauce? Some kind of portmanteau must be appropriate here... You can download the podcast here by right-clicking on that link and choosing "save as", or you can use the convenient player located below: It's that time of year again, and Phil and I have been exceptionally busy preparing f ...…
 
We're back again to talk about a couple of movies from a particular director's body of work, and for this episode we've picked Jonathan Demme. Beloved most notably for the 90s mega-thriller The Silence of the Lambs, Demme has had a remarkably long and stylistically varied career. Join us as we discuss films from two different decades of his wor ...…
 
Here at Albatross Applesauce, it seems that we have gotten Oscar fever. This is the third podcast in a row in which we are discussing, as our new release, one of the films nominated for Best Picture at the 2013 Academy Awards! This week, it's Kathryn Bigelow's tense true-life thriller Zero Dark Thirty, which details the decade-long hunt for Osa ...…
 
Boy, oh boy! In this episode of the podcast, Phil and I take a little trip down memory lane and discuss two prominent films from our youth directed by Wolfgang Peterson - The Neverending Story and In the Line of Fire. The former, of course, is a classic children's film that will be familiar to nearly everyone who grew up in the 80s. Join us as ...…
 
Django Unchained! Tarantino's newest film is, as you might expect, hotly debated, drawing both lavish praise and withering criticism alike. People seem to either love it or hate it, and we here at Albatross Applesauce are keen to put in our two cents as well. We'll talk about Tarantino the auteur, we'll talk about the extreme violence, and we'l ...…
 
Santa Sangre's comin' to town! In this episode of the podcast, Phil and Andrew will be discussing two films by the notorious art-house director Alejandro Jodorowsky. First up is The Holy Mountain, a film about...well...we're not entirely sure, to tell you the truth. This film is about a journey, sure, but it is so chock-full of allegorical imag ...…
 
Lincoln, Lincoln, Lincoln. It's on the tongues of everyone discussing best-of lists for the end of the year and every person speculating for the upcoming awards season. It's already been nominated for 7 Golden Globes and is likely to go on to a pretty big haul when it comes time for Oscar nominations. The performances have been praised, the dir ...…
 
Andrew and Phil here again, with the second half of our latest episode of Albatross Applesauce! As we alluded to at the end of last episode, we'd be spending time in this episode talking about our recommendations for a couple of great scary movies. A little late for Halloween, perhaps, but scary movies never go out of style, amirite? Hollywood ...…
 
Greetings, ladies and gentlemen! Albatross Applesauce is coming at you with a brand new podcast episode, and wouldn't you know it? We're returning to our original format, and you can listen to it by clicking this link or using the player below! What format is that format, you new(er) listeners may ask? Well, why don't I lay it out for you right ...…
 
Join 2011 Cannes Film Festival Best Director Winner Nicolas Winding Refn as he discusses his new film Drive. Mixing classic film noir with wicked violence and a killer soundtrack, the film is a modern day Grimm's fairytale featuring Ryan Gosling (“Blue Valentine”) as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire, stunt driving for movie productions by day an ...…
 
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