Junkfood Cinema is a shame-free celebration of the best of obscure and cult cinema. Each week, critic Brian Salisbury and author/screenwriter C. Robert Cargill serve up a deep-fried education on the tastiest, the cheesiest, but always the most satisfying cinematic treats. So good, it just has to be bad for you.
Outside The Cinema is a weekly podcast that focuses on to cult movies of all kinds. We feature films running the gamut from Horror to Exploitation to Noir and Matial Arts and back. You know that random video you got on VHS from some random mom and pop video store when you were 12? Yeah, we covered it. So sit back and enjoy the OTC ride.
A comic book movie podcast brought to you by host Joe Cunningham, and comics experts Seb Patrick and James Hunt. Each episode will look at the latest in comic book movie and TV news before launching into an in-depth discussion of one film or show.
A daily video and audio podcast talking about and debating the bigest movies and movie news of the week. Hosted by Collider Video Senior Producer who is joined each episode by some of the leading voices in the online film world. Movie talk for movie fans.
Motion Picture Meltdown is a comedic movie podcast that was created in 2009 and is hosted by Stephen "The Roast" Rosenberg, Mark "The Shark" Hinton, and Phil "The Kill" Collins. We spend our valuable time watching the most terrible movies possible, and ripping them apart scene by scene. We do this simply for fun. If you get offended easily, I would not recommend listening to the podcast, if you love crude, senseless humor, then by all means, check us out! Most of the time we invite special guests (our friends that love/hate these movies) to chat along with us on the show.We also strive to contact celebrities about their awful performances, and get them on the show as well.
Don't you hate when people say, "It's Just a Movie!" At Not Just A Movie (N-JAM for short) we love in-depth (but fun!) discussions of cinema and TV topics. Follow our conversations that aim to give the art form the respect it deserves.
The Soapbox Office is the aural manifestation of fiery and righteous indignation for cinephiles, film fans and movie goers of all walks of life. Each week, filmmakers Mitch Cleaver (Smoke and Mirrors: The Story of Tom Savini) and Dr. Josh Roush (Hollywood Babble-On) serve as your ushers of the entertainment world, championing underappreciated cinematic gems of yesteryear, as well as sharing news of the day and their own tales of life from the fringes of Hollyweird.
A podcast about Movies, past, present and future. Sprinkle in the occasional TV show, and add a geek culture wrap around, and you have the delicious audio Kabab that is.....pause for effect.....Movie Mania!
Each episode, Paul Matwychuk (film critic for CBC Radio and EIGHTEEN BRIDGES magazine), Heather Noel (owner of the alternative video store The Videodrome), and Erin Fraser (curator of the Graphic Content and Reel Family Cinema series at Metro Cinema) watch a double feature of two thematically related films, one "arty," the other "trashy," and then debate which one deserves to win the week.
Invasion of the Remake is a podcast about that trend in film you love to hate, the dreaded remake! Your hosts Jason, Jeff, Trish and guests go into the good and bad of it all and discuss a few movies they think are deserving of a remake.
Machine. Horse. Two films are reviewed that take distinctly different approaches to similar themes. These themes are inspired by a current release that is reviewed at the top of the show. It is cinematic combat. A movie arena. One that keeps hosts Michael Denniston and Shane Conner entertained every week. And hopefully you are too.
A "treatment," in Hollywood parlance, is a concise overview of a screenplay. On The Treatment, film critic Elvis Mitchell turns the tables and gives the "treatment" to some of the most influential and innovative forces creating movies and popular art and entertainment. Each week, Elvis speaks with an amazing array of guests, discussing everything from their inner conflicts to their interior design. With a straightforward style that understates his vast knowledge, Elvis is able to extract insights, issues and inspirations from even the most introverted guests. Conversations on The Treatment are mostly comfortable, sometimes contentious, but always fascinating.
**Full archive available at MadAboutMoviesPodcast.com** Mad About Movies is your go-to podcast for all things cinema. Each show we talk all the latest movie news and rumors and offer a detailed review of our chosen movie of the week. Join us as we guide you through the treacherous world of pop-culture and film.
A Couple Of Average Joe's is a movie review and entertainment podcast that is a weekly audio program about an hour or so, that you can download in MP3 format and listen to on your computer, iPod or portable media player of choice. With Joe and Mike as your hosts, the movie review show features funny anecdotes, heated movie reviews and trailer reviews. Joe and Mike also have a secondary show called Idea Men, a segment show where our hosts discuss the possibilities of remakes, retools or reboots for movies from the past. Idea Men tackles the subject of movies that should be made but haven't.
We're a weekly movie podcast for cineastes, cinephiles, cinema snobs, and you know...everyone else! We're going one by one through the Sight and Sound list of Greatest Movies of All Time. Listen up and find out if agree with Sight and Sound's summation of cinema history. And as a bonus, if you listen to this podcast you are eligible to become a bona fide cinephile.
Brian lives in New Hampshire and likes 8 Mile. Shaun lives in California and feels that most people nowadays just don't get Citizen Kane. Most weeks they have a conversation about movies. Other times, they host interviews about important things. Is it art? No. Is it fun? No, totally!
'Film Schlubs' is a weekly TV/Film podcast hosted by Brian Davids (@BDF331) and Shayne Bowman (@hypergenesb) plus rotating guest co-hosts. Every Monday and Thursday, they review the latest in TV/Film (non-spoiler and spoiler); offer their takes on the latest news/trailers and discuss what they watched that week. Film Schlubs also features spoiler discussion for "Better Call Saul" as well as TV "Instant Takes" on cable shows such as 'Fargo.' Lastly, interviews with actors, writers and directors are conducted twice a month. Subscribe to Film Schlubs via iTunes or Stitcher.
A mini podcast where JTE from the Schmoes Know Movie Show interviews fellow colleagues from the Entertainment Industry about the last movie they watched whether be at home or theater. You never know just what movie will be discussed each episode.
Ryan and Phil are small town guys with a dream to bother people with their movie knowledge and critique. They celebrate going to the theater to see the latest releases, and not waiting to watch movies/TV on their phones.
Each week the WHM gang force themselves to watch bad movies that were better left forgotten to fuel off-the-wall tangents, inane impressions and unabashed comedic silliness. This is a comedy podcast for movie lovers that can't help but relish pure trash.
Brought to you exclusively by CutPrintFilm.com - The CutPrintFilm Podcast is a weekly podcast featuring in depth discussions about all things in the world of cinema. Hosts and film critics Jeff Rollins, Dave Costill, and Chris Evangelista review movies, share their picks of the week, and sometimes derail into complete movie hysteria. Tune in every Monday to join in on the conversation.
Stinker Madness is a bad movie podcast that loves horrible films that might actually be wonderful little gems. Or they could suck. We do our best to filter out the good movies from the bad films and pass the savings on to you. It's our goal to find the best worst movies of all time. Follow us on social media Twitter Facebook Google+ YouTube
Monster Kid Radio is the Rondo-award winning, weekly podcast celebrating the classic, and sometimes not-so-classic, genre cinema of yesteryear! Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, John Agar . . . these are the patron saints of Monster Kid Radio, the weekly podcast celebrating the classic, and sometimes not-co-classic, genre cinema of yesteryear. Your host Derek M. Koch is joined by a special guest each episode to talk about a favorite monster movie; favorite classic actor, actress, or director; or a topic relevant to monster kids of all ages. Framed by mostly-spooky surf music, every episode of Monster Kid Radio is your weekly escape to the monster kid playground.
Times are changing. The world of entertainment is changing even faster. Join Dana Buckler expert on all things film and television, as He endeavor to explore and make sense of this ever-evolving world of entertainment. From Chaplin to Tarantino; from VHS to Blu-Ray; from the video store to Netflix, How is this Movie? is your guide to the history and future of entertainment. website: www.howisthismovie.net You can also reach us HITMPODCAST@gmail.com
We Love Movies is a weekly radio show dedicated to the world of cinema and movies. Gordon Hayden presents the show on Sunday's at 11.45am. We Love Movies include interviews with the biggest movie stars, reviews of all the major releases and the latest movie news. You can hear We Love Movies on SPIN 1038 in Dublin, live on the web at www.spin1038.com or on this podcast
Ash and Steven are both sorely behind in their film education. Ash is a fanfiction writer and afficionado, Steven is an aspiring comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential viewing experiences, and sharing that 'new viewer' experience in Why Haven't I Seen This?, a movie review and discussion podcast for movie nerds and essentials-deficient alike!
Hailed as one of Entertainment Weekly’s “Top 20 Podcasts” (Issue #1345 - Jan. 9, 2015), celebrated genre filmmakers Adam Green (HATCHET, FROZEN, DIGGING UP THE MARROW) and Joe Lynch (EVERLY, WRONG TURN 2, KNIGHTS OF BADASSDOM) host this informative and inspiring filmmaking podcast that has been called “audio film school” by both aspiring and working artists alike. Showcasing a different celebrity or other accomplished industry professional each week, Adam and Joe lead extremely candid discussions that focus on each guest’s individual journey through Hollywood and their comical, heartbreaking, and brutally honest tales from the trenches that reveal far more insight about the business than any film class could ever offer. Listen, learn, and laugh along with this highly addictive show that has quickly become one of the most popular film and television podcasts on the internet.
We've got some e-mail, some news, we talk about the documentaries NINE LEGENDS and The Resurrection of Jake Roberts. We try out Taco Bell's new Quesalupa just for you and review Real Rob episode 3!! BANG COUNT IT!
*SPOILER ALERT! KEY ELEMENTS OF FILM DISCUSSED, INCLUDING ENDING* Chris and Graham welcome back Paul Goebel to talk about Hail Caesar. Listen to Paul and Chris convince Graham to like the movie more. Also some good Coen brothers film talk. So many bonus eps!!!
With Francine Stock. Film-maker Sarah Gavron talks about Suffragette and the marked reactions to the film since it was released in cinemas. Director Mark Jenkin shows Francine how to develop film in instant coffee. Debut director Stephen Fingleton discusses the unexpected challenges of making his low budget feature, The Survivalist, a post-apocalyptic drama set almost entirely in a small hut.
This week Bryan, Ryan, Jon, and Chewie are joined by Brad and newcomer Laura to discuss the James Cameron classic – TITANIC. Bryan makes Brad and Laura breakdown the film in 30 seconds and the fail is about as spectacular as the sinking of the titular boat itself. You won’t want to miss this episode! WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN DOING? The part of the show where we catch up with what everyone is doing. Yes, we named this section such on purpose. It’s funny. Haha. BRYAN – Watch Dogs JON – Hail, Caesar RYAN – Sicario CHEWIE – Pride and Prejudice and Zombies LAURA – Took Photos of a Mannequin for Instagram. BRAD – Arrested Development RATING SYSTEM Where we pick a different piece of media to rate the media we consumed. This week: FILM IN WHICH THE MAIN MODE OF TRANSPORTATION IS DESTROYED! BRYAN – Speed JON – Source Code RYAN – Terminator 2 CHEWIE – Snowpiercer LAURA – Land Before Time Series BRAD – Air Force One FIND US ON TWITTER – @ATH_Podcast FIND US ON FACEBOOK – AFTER THE HYPE
This week we play catch up with reviews for both the Natalie Portman western “Jane Got a Gun and the new Coen Brothers movie “Hail Caesar!” We also discuss the current movie news and for our Netflix Homework we review the 80s styled exploitation comedy “Turbo Kid.” Hail Caesar! trailer Jane Got a Gun trailer Turbo Kid trailer Download Standard Podcasts
Breki's a pony today (a little hoarse), so bear with us. Who would have known having a stable voice was this important for podcasting success? Show notes and links: AWS' exhaustive terms of service covers zombie outbreaks (windowsitpro.com) AWS Service Terms (amazon.com) Twitter's timeline option puts important tweets up top (engadget.com) Slow start for HBO Now with just 800,000 subscribers (arstechnica.com) That insanely-expensive hoverboard is now $5,000 cheaper (engadget.com) Identity thieves obtain 100,000 electronic filing PINs from IRS system (itworld.com) Tesla will unveil its $35,000 Model 3 on March 31st (engadget.com)
The truth is out there. Want to hear it? The X-Files—while revolutionary—has always been a deeply uneven, problematic show. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
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Brian and Cargill wax poetic (and a little inebriated) about one of their favorite bad movies of all time, the film that may have launched JFC in the first place: the plagiaristic After the Fall of New York!
To plug the gap before our imminent release-week Deadpool review episode, Joe and James have got together to bring you a special "Deadpool For Dummies" primer episode - including answers to some listener questions! So you'll have no excuse for not knowing who the guy is when you go to see the film on Friday. And once you have done, come back for our main ep!
Every so often, we're reminded that the 70s were different times. People were less enlightened, had weird ideas about people from other countries and didn't think there was anything strange about having white British men playing Chinese men and horribly massacring the accents. We wince when they talk about "chinks" and "midgets" and we ask ourselves why the Philipino march to Iceland in World War 8 (In the 51s century, no less!) is such a significant event. Show notes and links: The Talons of Weng-Chiang - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (wikipedia.org) Leela (Doctor Who) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (wikipedia.org)
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (February 4nd, 2016), John Campea, Kristian Harloff, and Jon Schnepp discuss the following: Michael Fassbender talks Assassin’s Creed Johnny Depp signs on for The Invisible Man Deadpool 2 X-Force movie Charlize Theron as the villain in next Fast and Furious film Rewind (brought to you by AMC Theatres) Bad Boys 3 and much more… Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ColliderVideo Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ColliderVideo Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/colliderdotcom Follow John: https://twitter.com/JohnCampea Follow Kristian: https://twitter.com/KristianHarloff Follow Schnepp: https://twitter.com/JonSchnepp Follow Ashley: https://twitter.com/AshleyMova As the online source for movies, television, breaking news, incisive content, and imminent trends, Collider Videos is more than an essential destination. Visit Collider: http://collider.com
Deadpool wants X-Force, We Want our 4K TV, and Amazon wants the World. Welcome to Geekdays. Show notes and links: Hannibal's Bryan Fuller is Producing the New Star Trek TV Show (gizmodo.com) Deadpool's Ryan Reynolds working on getting X-Force movie made at Fox (polygon.com) The first Ultra HD 4K Blu-ray players arrive early (techhive.com) Gmail gets visual cues to alert you to suspect emails (engadget.com) Google is giving away 2GB of free Drive storage today (theverge.com) Apple faces ‘Error 53’ class action lawsuit in U.S., may also be in breach of UK law (9to5mac.com) Amazon could take on FedEx and UPS with shipping business this year (theverge.com)
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week Phil, Dehart, Cheats and myself go through a couple of Wes Anderson flicks (per Cheats' birthday request) and actually enjoy ourselves for once when talking about movies for this show. (Just kidding). This week we go over The Grand Budapest Hotel as well as The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou. In this episode, we talk about which legitimate business we would each start, Phil explodes his screen with humongous Billy Murray boner, and Cheats gets a little emotional when it comes to Wes Anderson movies. Enjoy!
Timmie and Mike are mad as hell and they’re not going to take it anymore! Tune in for their discussion on the classic satire, Network, a film that’s so much more than its famous tagline… Get Your Audio Here! Download Audio | Subscribe on iTunes! | Listen on Stitcher | Listen on Tunein | RSS Feed I. Intro A. Do We […]
Twer the day of the big game. Which makes theaters and restaurants nearly empty. Ergo, Kurt and Andrew are very happy and indulge in the old fashioned style Cinecast complete with an hour long review of Hail, Caesar!, long discussions in each of The Watch List titles and many an unrelated tangent. The popularity of James Cameron’s Avatar continues to baffle the boys while the unpopularity of “lesser” Coen Brothers fare is equally stupefying. We ask for listeners help with casting the next Third Row Productions screenplay that’s in the works. Also Jerry Seinfeld is back with a new season of “talking shop” with comedians in (usually) cool cars. Doesn’t seem like much, but all of the fun adds up in this 3+ hour, old-school Cinecast. Listen up, we’ve got all your secret shit right here! As always, please join the conversation by leaving your own thoughts in the comment section below and again, thanks for listening! We’re now available on Google Play! TIME TRACKS: See comments for time ...
We start off the episode with Super Bowl shenanigans! Josh regales us with the legend of the One-Eyed Giant Purple People Eater of Anaheim, while Mitch analyzes the concept of kids singing about their own procreation! They then detour in order to shame their listeners for not sending in hate mail. (SoapboxOffice@yahoo.com) This Week in Torrents highlights the rarely seen Justice League of America CBS TV pilot from the Dark Ages of comic book adaptations that was 1997. Lastly, Faults in the Vaults presents a tale of two Murrays! We buy a return ticket for Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation (2003) and then take up the case for Jim Jarmusch's Broken Flowers (2005). All theme songs are made by Cameron Mosavian and are taken from the score to Josh and Mitch's film The Mission. Direct Download for Show
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Get ready for F This Movie Fest 5 as Patrick and Doug talk about the movies of 1984. Download this episode here. (103.4 MB) Subscribe to F This Movie! in iTunes. Listen to F This Movie! on Stitcher. Also discussed this episode: The Rock-afire Explosion (2008); Amadeus (1984); Johnny Dangerously (1984); Blood Simple (1984); Bachelor Party (1984)
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This week the Horror Duo take on a pare of zombie love stories just in time for Valentine's Day. Forest shares his thought on Dead Alive (aka Brain Dead), while Cory shares some childhood memories of Return of the Living Dead 3. CONTINUE READING
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Tre and Bandit cover one of the best movies of all time. The Dark Knight! Some podcasts, just want to watch the world burn... Topic Time Stamps Movie News – 7:21 Tr8rors (Fine Brothers Edition) – 28:51 (comments and song at 38:22) Homework – 44:22 Hail Ceasar – 44:22 Anomalisa – 49:28 Full Metal Alchemist – 53:27 Game of Thrones – 59:46 Feature Presentation – 1:17:24 The Dark Knight – 1:17:24 Listener Questions – 2:13:41
This remake of the 2003 rhythm game tosses out the Top 40 tunes while giving a high-def update to the graphics. (E) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
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Paul and Erin review two films inspired by the life of legendary Hollywood studio fixer Eddie Mannix: Joel and Ethan Coen's deceptively zany new showbiz farce HAIL, CAESAR!, and Allen Coulter's noirish 2006 drama inspired by the mysterious death of TV's Superman, George Reeves. Plus: our quick takes on KUNG FU PANDA 3, PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES, SISTERS, SPECTRE, and WHEN ANIMALS DREAM.
Needless to say ****SPOILERS*** for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Yes, we went there. If you've seen both Star Wars: A New Hope (1977) and Star Wars: The Force Awakens it is hard to deny the similarities. So Jeff, Jason, and Trish use the Force explore the similarities and differences between these two films. A stealth remake that still gives us new and amazing characters to explore in a galaxy far, far, away. Are the Skywalkers doomed to repeat past sins? Or can Rey, Finn, and Poe Dameron finally break the hold of the Dark Side? Listen to this week's episode and join the Invasion! If you like the podcast, show your support by telling your friends and rating & reviewing us on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio or where ever you listen to us. Follow us on Twitter: @InvasionRemake Like us on Facebook: Invasion of the Remake Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode we take a trip to the cinematic universe of Jane Austen with two returning guests. Karly of CoreTempArts and Natasha of Kentucky Geek Girl join the show for a double feature of CLUELESS and AUSTENLAND, inspired by the new release PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES.
Episode Summary: Today the FadCast talks about the best of Superbowl 50 in regards to the best and worst of the trailers and commercials that premiered during the game. How did you like the show? Which is YOUR favorite episode to date? We want to know YOUR opinion, so tell us in the comment section below. Episode Breakdown: Pooya: You are listening to FilmFad.com’s FadCast episode 75. Ryan: With celebrity guest, our very own sage of the silent screen, JD the Mime. Pooya: Today we’ll talk trailers as we run through all the best and worst Super Bowl cinema spots. Ryan: And list which Super Bowl commercials made it to the end zone and which commercials fumbled. Pooya: You’ll hear all that and more so let’s get started! (Intro Music break) Super Bowl Trailers (~14min) Super Bowl Commercials(~15min) And as we said, here is our favorite Doritos commercial which you may have missed! The BEST Doritos Commercial What were some of your favorite Superbowl 50 moments?
Oscar-nominee Tobias Lindholm is inviting you to A War, but it’s not the war you’re expecting. The writer/director of the new the new drama, about a soldier who makes an unthinkable decision on the battlefield and is forced to deal with the legal and moral consequences at home, is the sort of movie he thought would make his socialist mother uncomfortable, and in this all-new bonus episode of The B-Movies Podcast, he tells us how that all turned out. Yes, this week we’ve got an Oscar nominee in the house, talking about moral complexity, the way he films battle sequences, the difference between American and European war movies, and what it’s really like to be an Academy Award nominee. Listen up to learn remarkable things about this remarkable new movie. What does Tobias Lindholm think is the most important war film made in his lifetime? You’ll find out when The B-Movies Podcast Presents: Tobias Lindholm! Follow us on Twitter at @BMoviesPodcast, follow your hosts at @WilliamBibbiani a ...
Leonard is joined this week by his newlywed daughter Jessie! In celebration of this momentous occasion, they take a look at some of the great marriages in movies. From 1998's Polish Wedding to 2006's Confetti, Leonard and Jessie discuss which wedding movies you'll absolutely adore and one you should avoid.
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Neil Gaiman's Stardust began in 1997 as a DC comic book fairy tale. In 1999 it was then published as an illustrated novel. Finally in 2007 it was adapted to the screen, directed by Matthew Vaughn. This story about a fallen star had its own star power with Claire Danes, Michelle Pfeiffer, Robert De Niro, and Peter O'Toole. Is this yet another Vaughn comic adaptation worth checking out, or should it be burned ashes to ashes, Stardust to Stardust? Join Arnie, Stuart, and Jakob to find out as they return to their DC Comics Retrospective Series!
Welcome to Collider’s Heroes, hosted by Jon Schnepp, with guests John Campea and Amy Dallen and special guest Sterling Gates. We bring you the latest news about the World of Heroes and Villains! On this episode of Collider’s Heroes (Tuesday Feb 9th, 2016) we discuss the following: Super Bowl Super Heroes! Well, a bunch of dudes in colorful outfits ran around and smashed each, somebody won, and we nerds got a cubic ton of trailers for upcoming films! Let’s talk about Captain america Civil War, 2 plane promos for BvS, Ninja Turtles 2, Xmen:Apocalypse and Deadpool! Two different cuts to ending of “Captain America: Civil War”! So the newest rumor which could be spoilery is that the film ends with one of two shot endings, Cap walking away with the new team of secret Avengers, or Crossbones killing Cap just like in the Comics, with plans to have him out of Avengers infinity War Part 1, and then being brought back by the Infinty Stones in part 2. Which ending do you think is most probable ...
Maitland McDonagh and Bill Ackerman join Mike in discussing Donald Cammell's Demon Seed. Adapted from a book by Dean Koontz, it's the story of technology run amok. We speak to actor Gerrit Graham and Cammell scholars Rebecca and Sam Umland.
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Every now and again, we have an off week. We sit down to chat and realize that we really don't have anything to say. Still, we somehow manage to fill the better part of an hour with inanities and create a show out of it. It's a skill. Show notes and links: 10 Really Easy Ways to Unclog Drains (wisebread.com) European mole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (wikipedia.org) Star-nosed mole - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (wikipedia.org) Naked mole-rat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (wikipedia.org) Alcro.se - Mullvad (alcro.se) Sunflower oil - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (wikipedia.org) Which oils are best to cook with? (bbc.com)
We continue our trivia time with Django Unchained starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Walton Goggins. You can follow us on twitter @ www.twitter.com/mps5150 and for our movie reviews you can check us out at www.acoupleofaveragejoes.com
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (February 9th, 2016), John Campea, Jon Schnepp, and Mark Ellis take Twitter questions from viewers. Collider.com wants to send you and your friend to The Witch premiere in Salem! Here's all the details: (2) night stay at the award winning Salem Waterfront Hotel & Suites located on Pickering Wharf Marina (valid Thursday, 2/18 through Saturday, 2/20) Roundtrip coach airfare for two to Boston. Roundtrip train service from Boston to Salem (2) Tickets to the Salem Premiere of THE WITCH with writer/director Robert Eggers, along with Salem Experts and Historians on the 18th (2) tickets to the Salem Night Tour on Friday, February 19 @ 8:00pm Gift certificates for local food (2) tickets to the following tours and exhibits at your own leisure: Peabody Essex Museum The House of the Seven Gables Salem Witch Museum The Witch House Enter on Collider.com - http://collider.com/the-witch-giveaway-robert-eggers-salem/ Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.co ...
Tired of listening to people bitch about horror remakes? We bring you the GOOD ones this episode. Shut off that twitter feed, unless you are hash tagging #KennyGvsColdplay, and listen to this episode. DOWNLOAD THE EPISODE HERE CONTACT AND FOLLOW ASTRO RADIO Z: Contact: email@example.com Website: www.astroradioz.com Tumblr: astroradioz.tumblr.com Twitter: @AstroRadioZ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AstroRadioZ Hole in the Wall: Facebook Rent on Vimeo Buy Here THE VICTIMS: Angelique Bone: The Lost Highway:http://www.thelosthighway.com/ Ice Box Bertha:facebook.com/IceboxBertha Andrew Shearer: http://www.gonzoriffic.com/ Dan Edenfield: The Night Keep – WEBSITE – Twitter Paul Salzar: https://forsakenfilmreviews.wordpress.com/ Annie Rhiordan: http://swallowingblackstars.blogspot.com THE MUSIC The Sleights – Parked Cars Put Her in the Trunk – He Never Dies Golden Coins – Drawbridge
This week on the InSession Film Podcast, we discussed Hail, Caesar, the latest film from the Coen brothers, who we quite adore. And if you’re a fan of the Coen brothers like we are, you’ll know this task was impossible. But that was actually part of the charm in doing this exercise. There are SO many great moments and scenes from the Coen’s filmography, which means our top 3 moments are very special to us and says a lot about us and who the Coen’s are as filmmakers to us. That being said, what Coen Brother moments would make your list? Here are the one’s that made ours: *Keep in mind we have different criteria for our lists as well JD 1) Fare Thee Well / Ending Scene – Inside Llewyn Davis 2) Carson / Anton hotel showdown – No Country for Old Men 3) Man of Constant Sorrows – O Brother, Where Art Thou? Brendan 1) Wood Chipper Scene / Cop Car ride – Fargo 2) Please Mr. Kennedy – Inside Llewyn Davis 3) Madman Mudnt Hallway Scene – Barton Fink Christopher 1) Wood Chipper Scene / Cop Car ...
This podcast is brought to you by PayPal and our awesome listener’s like you! Click here to donate and thanks for your support! This week on the InSession Film Podcast, Christopher Reese drops by to help us review the Coen brother’s latest film, Hail, Caesar as well as discuss our Top 3 Coen brother moments or scenes. We also finish off the show with another edition of InSession Film Showdown, where we debate which film is the best from the Coen’s. Big thanks to our good friends over at Filmspotting for hooking us up with Christopher, who was a great guest and did a wonderful job in his first appearance on the show. If you’re a fan of the Coen brothers, we hope you enjoy the show as it’s from beginning to end, a show dedicated to them. As a fan myself, this could go down as one of my favorite shows of 2016. Anyway, check out this week’s show and let us know what you think in the comment section. Thanks for listening and thanks for supporting of the InSession Film Podcast! – Hail, C ...
We are very pleased to welcome back to the show author and film historian Professor James Naremore. Naremore joins host, Lady P, for a discussion on Roberto Rossellini's 1954 JOURNEY TO ITALY. Upon its initial release, JOURNEY TO ITALY was generally panned or dismissed by critics. However, in the intervening years, its esteem has risen tremendously, and it now sits comfortably in the Top 50 in the Sight and Sound Critics Poll. Lady P and Professor Naremore discuss the film's post-war trauma subtext and its allusions to the work of James Joyce. They also touch on the degree to which the film's depiction of marital strife mirrors the real-life relationship between Rossellini and his then-wife, JOURNEY co-star, Ingrid Bergman. For the second topic, Lady P and Naremore talk about character actors. JOURNEY TO ITALY co-stars George Sanders - the greatest actor to ever to grace the silver screen*. For some reason, Sanders is often described as a "character actor" rather than a leading man ...
As of this post, over 10.5 million people have watched a young woman named Kate smash her boyfriend's iPad during an intense fight. The video, uploaded to YouTube by a guy named McJuggerNuggets, is arguably the most popular of the "psycho" subgenre, which features ostensibly upset people doing angry things. Kate's real name is Siobhan Sullivan, and she hasn't been shy about being visible in an online environment that refuses to forgive women for being attractive, outspoken, intelligent, or none of these things, or simply alive. Follow Siobhan on Twitter: @siobhanapiranha Visit the #fuckboygraveyard: #fuckboygraveyard tweets We dream of entertaining you for a living, and your Patreon support can make this possible: http://patreon.com/nototally Rating and reviewing us on iTunes is one of the most helpful things you could possibly do for us, and you can do it here: http://nototally.com/iTunes Comment at our website: http://nototally.com Like us on facebook: https://facebook.com/notota ...
Film Schlubs: Movie Talk #35: This week, Brian Davids and Shayne Bowman review The Coen Brothers' Hail, Caesar!. Show Notes: Weekend Box Office Talk: 3:08 TV/Film News Talk: 7:06 Trailer Talk: 20:02 What We Watched This Week: 23:55 Hail, Caesar! non-spoiler review: 31:23 Hail, Caesar! spoiler review: 48:58 Contact Film Schlubs Follow on Twitter: Film Schlubs Brian Davids Shayne Bowman Email: FilmSchlubs@gmail.com
A podcast where JTE from the Schmoes Know Movie Show interviews fellow colleagues from the Entertainment Industry about the last movie they watched whether be at home or theater. You never know just what movie will be discussed each episode. This week I welcome one half of the Schmoes Know Mark Ellis.
Ryan, Cody, and Wil are back. Ryan and Wil try to agree on this episode, but they’re at it again. The X-Files is on its home stretch towards the finale and things are weirder than ever when Mulder and Scully meet the Trashman. If you like this recap, please subscribe, rate, and review! Let us know your thoughts on the X-Files episode and our episode of this podcast! You can email us! firstname.lastname@example.org TWITTER @FilmbeefYeah
Spectre's conspicuous turn to the past also gives us a new opportunity to notice how Bond has changed over the years. (PG-13) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
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Dancing robots, shameless cash grabs, and a random Spice Girls reference. Blink and you'll miss it on today's Geekdays. Show notes and links: Death by Meteorite? India Tragedy May Be 1st in Recorded History (space.com) A Troupe of 540 Dancing Robots Is the Best Way to Celebrate Chinese New Year (gizmodo.com) The future of military camouflage may be a cute chameleon robot (engadget.com) Brain-machine link helps you steer exoskeletons with your mind (engadget.com) Verizon reportedly in the market to buy Yahoo for large user base (arstechnica.com) Star Wars officially sanctions Rick Rubin-produced dance album (arstechnica.com) 92% of college students prefer print books to e-books, study finds (latimes.com)
We do damage control on Hail, Caesar! and discuss the Super Bowl trailers plus we also talk Goosebumps, Trumbo, Philadelphia, Leatherheads, Kung Fu Panda, The Lego Movie and Ash vs. Evil Dead.