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.
Founded in 2009. Boston film critics Stephen Slaughter Head and John Black discover new and old films, and revisit the classics and far from classics. Join them on their never-ending quest for the coolness in cinema! [Members: Boston Online Film Critics Association - BOFCA.com]
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.
The /Filmcast is the official podcast of Slashfilm.com. In the /Filmcast, hardcore geeks/bloggers/journalists David Chen, Devindra Hardawar, and Jeff Cannata, pontificate, and delve into the latest films, film news, television shows, and entertainment-related items from the past week. Weekly guests include everyday bloggers, webmaster luminaries, and movie stars from all walks of life. You can reach us at email@example.com and find all our podcast episodes at www.slashfilmcast.com.
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.
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.
The Official podcast of Real Fans 4 Real Movies (RF4RM). We leave the pretension at the door because all opinions matter - even if they're wrong. We discuss the type of movies real people go to see. Art house flicks and contemporary silent films are fine but we're passionate about all movies, even the sucky ones. We'll talk about our favorite new releases, news and rumors, our favorite mobile movie apps, movie trivia, film making and much more! Get your ass to the movies then come join us!
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.
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!
Sean Gerber and Mark Hughes meet every week to opine on popular culture. With keen insight and fresh perspective, the podcasting pair debate the hottest issues and topics regarding Marvel, DC, superheroes, Star Wars, genre films, what's streaming on Netflix and much more!
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.
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.
The semi-regular podcasts from Andy and Scott, the men behind Two Bards Productions. Listen in with each new episode as they talk about upcoming projects, pet peeves, include local and not so local guest interviews, rant about the proceedings of the day, and just plain entertain. About the hosts: Some will win, some will lose Some were born to sing the blues. Oh, the movie never ends, it goes on and on and on and on. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter: TwoBards, or visit TwoBards.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. *Full archive of episodes available at MadAboutMoviesPodcast.com
Three old friends take a few hours every Friday night to chat about the recent weeks news towards film and TV. This is a show for the everyday movie fan and those who like to dig deeper into the details of filmmaking. From Star Wars to Seven Samurai we will cover it all.
New Episodes Every Sunday Honest movie reviews, and discussions on anything relevant in the movie industry. We will also cover trailers, upcoming projects or movies in development, rumors, actors, old school must see flicks, themed genre episodes, sprinkled with some general banter/rants. Welcome to our Podcast! "RetroFuture Clean" by Kevin MacLeod CC License www.incompetech.com
A weekly chat between two mates about what's worth watching at the cinema and at home. Movie reporter/reviewer Alicia Malone and TV/radio host Osher Günsberg guide you through where to spend your money in US and Australian cinemas, and what to download through Netflix or iTunes.
ScreenJunkies presents "Movie Fights", where real nerds get in real fights over fake movies! Each week, our panelists will be judged and scored on their arguments for facts, passion and creativity. So "let them fight!" because "there can only be one."
The Flop House is a bi-monthly audio podcast, devoted to the worst in recent film. Your hosts (Elliott Kalan, Dan McCoy, and Stuart Wellington) watch a questionable film just before each episode, and then engage in an unscripted, slightly inebriated discussion, focusing on the movie's shortcomings and occasional delights.
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.
Each Saturday, the Internet Radio Superstars (Brent, Colin, Jenny, Travis and Sean) assemble for some movie watchin' and analysis, with the accent on geek cinema, horror, sci-fi, and action films - chosen round-robin style by the Saturday Night Freak Show!
Reel Fiends Movie Podcast: Real and raw movie reviews. Discussions, bad jokes, film talk, rants, raunchy humor and anything entertainment! Explicit language/content. "Cut And Run" - "Severe Tire Damage" by Kevin MacLeod CC License www.incompetech.com
A theme based movie podcast that offers in depth reviews of films across the whole spectrum of film history from the silent era to modern day classics and new releases. Accompanied by our never ending film festivals, interviews and top 5's we will enthrall you with ridiculousness, knowledge and humor. We drink, we curse, and most reviews contain spoilers, so be weary. Voted Best New Podcast by SLC's City Weekly come be a fly on the wall of our conversations about the art form that we love with the ever so cultured and hilarious Adam Sherlock and Adam Palcher.
Have you ever seen a movie so bad that it's amazing? Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael and Jason Mantzoukas want to hear about it! We'll watch it with our funniest friends, and report back to you with the results.
Discover movies you may have missed and be warned about others you should. Hosts Anderson Cowan (Loveline) and Bryan Bishop (The Adam Carolla Show) hash out their contrasting film tastes in the form of weekly Top 5 lists and recent screening reviews of both new and old titles. With numerous recommendations each episode, The Film Vault is entertainment about entertainment and as a result is a show that keeps on giving.
Join Joshua Hext and Philip Moroz as they explore obscure movie news, make recommendations and review some amazing films. The twist being not all the news is true; watch the two hosts try to figure out if the other is lying.
Three film critics - Kristofer Jenson of DigBoston and C-Ville Weekly, Evan Crean of Starpulse, and David Riedel of the Santa Fe Reporter and San Antonio Current - review movies, including current releases, notable stuff that fell through the cracks, and whatever else pops up. E-mail us: firstname.lastname@example.org. Call us: 862-21-PIECE.
Welcome to The BlokeBusters Podcast. We're glad you made it. Here you shall find two blokes (well, one bloke and one guy if you MUST get technical!) who like to sit and talk about both old film favourites and new blockbusters. We talk, we muse, we satirise (whenever we get the chance anyway) and we give our honest opinions about all manner of aspects of film (and plenty besides). So sit back with a cup of *insert liquid of choice here* and enjoy! Please do leave us feedback below, send us a message on Twitter (@Blokebusters) or Facebook (Facebook.com/Blokebusters), visit our website www.blokebusters.webs.com or drop us an email at email@example.com
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Tuesday December 1st 2015), John Campea, Mark Ellis, and Jon Schnepp discuss the following: Christopher McQuarrie confirmed for Mission Impossible 6 Captain America: Civil War trailer hits 64 million views Tupac biopic Batman V Superman teaser Alicia Vikander joins Submergence Opening this week (brought to you by AMC Theatres) Beetlejuice 2 MoviePass program 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 Mark: https://twitter.com/5150Ellis 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 For More Collider: http:/ ...
This is the voice of world control. I bring you an episode of The Projection Booth about Colossus: The Forbin Project, the 1970 Joseph Sargent film based on a novel by D.F. Jones where man enslaves himself via a supercomputer.
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Stephen D. Sullivan is back in the second installment in what turned into a kaiju double feature here on Monster Kid Radio as he and Derek tackle Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster (dir. Ishirō Honda). Also, it's the time of the month for the Executive Producer Roll Call! Be sure to visit our complete website at http://www.monsterkidradio.net, and don't forget our Wiki Campaign! Voicemail: 503-479-5MKR (503-479-5657)Email: email@example.com (.mp3s of every episode of Monster Kid Radio is available for download at our barebones behind-the-scenes website at http://monsterkidradio.libsyn.com) Support Monster Kid Radio on Patreon - http://www.patreon.com/monsterkidradio The opening and closing song "John Travolta in the Castle Revolta" (Rack Attack 2.0) appears by permission of Molokai - https://molokaiau.bandcamp.com/ All original content of Monster Kid Radio by Monster Kid Radio LLC is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. M ...
David, Devindra, and Jeff discuss the brilliance of Netflix’s Jessica Jones. Also, Jeff proves he’s a man of his word by watching season 1 of The Leftovers. Be sure to read up on the unsettling reality of Cars. You can always e-mail us at slashfilmcast(AT)gmail(DOT)com, or call and leave a voicemail at 781-583-1993. Also, like us on Facebook! SHOWNOTES What We’ve Been Watching (16:15) Devindra: Jessica Jones Jeff: The Leftovers (Season 1) David: Transparent (Season 1) Featured Reviews (39:15) Creed (59:10) SPOILERS (1:13:00) The Good Dinosaur (1:29:45) Spoilers Credits This week’s episode is sponsored by Casper. Go to casper.com/filmcast and use promo code “filmcast” for $50 off a mattress. Our music sometimes comes from the work of Adam Warrock. You can download our theme song here. If you’d like advertise with us or sponsor us, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact us at our voicemail number: 781-583-1993 You can donate and support the /Filmcast by going to slashfilm.com ...
The most real thing that happens is here on earth. Not a bad thing, maybe, since it resonates far more than the digital visions of heaven. (PG-13) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
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Today's episode is about the things that matter. Sometimes, the things that dark matter. Yeah, I've got nothing, that pun was atrocious. Show notes and links: Scientist says huge clumps of dark matter may lie just beyond the Moon | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com) AMD’s new Crimson drivers accused of burning up video cards | Ars Technica (arstechnica.com) Saudi Arabia to build world's tallest building 1km tall (cnn.com) Post a racist comment online, see it on a billboard near your house (engadget.com) Bruce Wayne is unmasked in the latest Batman v. Superman teaser | The Verge (theverge.com) Neil deGrasse Tyson says the Enterprise would destroy the Millennium Falcon | The Verge (theverge.com) George Lucas says he's been hiding from the internet for 15 years | The Verge (theverge.com) This post has no title. (businessinsider.com)
Erin and Paul review two films about traumatized Vietnam veterans: Hal Ashby's Oscar-winning 1978 drama COMING HOME, starring Jane Fonda and Jon Voight; and Ted Kotcheff's sequel-spawning 1982 action classic FIRST BLOOD, starring Sylvester Stallone. Plus: our quick takes on CREED, TRUMBO, TANGERINE, and DO I SOUND GAY?
We go the distance with Creed and discuss the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War plus we also talk The Good Dinosaur, Spotlight, Blue is the Warmest Colour, Fat City, Fruitvale Station, The Empire Strikes Back and Dope. (Spoiler discussion starts at 2:38:30.)
On this week's episode, the gang heads to Dark Heart's summer camp in the totally batshit insane, Care Bears Movie II: A New Generation! What's with the whole retconning of the Care Bear universe? What's the big deal about becoming 'Camp Champ'? And who in the world thought the idea of a demon stuffing the souls of beloved creatures into rubies was appropriate for three year-olds? PLUS: WARNING - We know some of you listen to this with your kids. Despite the film selection, make no mistake - this episode hits about an 11 on the Sleaze-o-Meter! Cares Bears Movie II: A New Generation stars Hadley Kay, Chris Wiggins, Cree Summer, Alyson Court, and Michael Fantini; directed by Dale Schott.
On this episode, the Real Fans take a look at Michael B. Jordan as Adonis Creed and Sylvester Stallone as Rocky Balboa in the triumphant new film Creed. They also chat about the new Batman v Superman sneak peek and give a short review of Pixar's The Good Dinosaur. Join the RF4RM Newsletter! A semi-regular (non-spamy, un-click-baity) email update with the news and reviews you want about the movies you love. Click here to sign-up. Check-out RF4RM's newest podcast: Taking The Bullet - An Angry Podcast About Bad Movies. Your hosts, Leroy Augustus Mack and Roman Simmons, are gluttons for cinematic punishment. The questions is, “will they survive?” Follow @RF4RM on Twitter & Instagram Like the RF4RM Podcast Fan Page on Facebook. Your news feed will thank you. Join the conversation by joining the RF4RM Discussion Group on Facebook where every opinion matters, even if it's wrong! All this, and more, is available on our website RF4RM.com. We'd like to hear from you. Send us your movie revie ...
In the landmark 70th episode of The CineSnob Podcast, Cody and Jerrod review “Creed,” “Brooklyn,” and “Room.” They also talk Thanksgiving, Black Friday shopping, the spoils of Amazon Prime Now, and the KFC Famous Bowl. [00:00-16:47] Intro/Thanksgiving/Black Friday talk [16:47-35:29] Creed [35:29-49:19] Brooklyn [49:19-1:06:54] Room [1:06:54-1:27:54] Wrap/tease next episode
*FILMS DISCUSSED: CREED, HUNGER GAMES, GOOD DINOSAUR, TRUMBO, SECRET IN THEIR EYES* Chris and Graham are caught in a love triangle with Laura House. Graham liked Creed. Chris and Graham liked Hunger Games but not the love triangle. Laura likes love triangle's even when society collapses. Chris found Good Dinosaur to be all over the place. Laura thinks Trumbo will be in the Oscar race. Graham was let down with Secret in Their Eyes. Ok DVDs but more solid films coming out in theaters. This ep is like a lady Taken. SAVE 10% ON EVERYTHING IN STORE WITH COUPON CODE "HOLIDAYWORKIT"
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (Monday November 30th 2015), John Campea, Mark Ellis, and Jon Schnepp discuss the following: Box office report Men in Black franchise Zoolander 2 trailer record breaking views New Batman V Superman sneak peek to debut during Gotham Predator Pride and Prejudice and Zombies trailer Will Iron Man and Captain America appear in Spider-man movie? More R-rated DC movies 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 Mark: https://twitter.com/5150Ellis 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 For More Collider: ht ...
This week on Movieing On, Breki Tomasson sits down with Dr. Toerag and Rachel to talk about the 1978 Buddy Holly Biopic, The Buddy Holly Story. They discuss whether or not it's a good idea to portray a person's life in such a matter-of-fact way, whether this might be a documentary or not and what makes for a good biopic. They also discuss the obvious elephant in the room - Gary Busey. Show notes and links: The Buddy Holly Story (1978) (imdb.com) Academy Awards, USA (1979) (imdb.com) The Buddy Holly Story (en.wikipedia.org) Buddy Holly (en.wikipedia.org) The Crickets (en.wikipedia.org) Walk the Line (2005) (imdb.com) What the hell is the deal with Gary Busey? | I am Correct (iamcorrect.wordpress.com) Joe Renzetti (en.wikipedia.org) Sister Rosetta Tharpe (en.wikipedia.org)
On this episode we celebrate the kickoff of the Christmas shopping season by giving our listeners the gift of a late review of the summer hit THE GIFT. This inspires a conversation on the gifts of the bullied with CARRIE and HEATHERS being our double feature of choice. Make sure to stick around until the end of the show for a bonus segment with our expert on all things young and virile, as the younger Dan from A Tale of Two Dans provides insight on these two films from the millenial generation.
Ash is an aspiring writer and fanfiction afficionado, and Steven is a comedian and general purpose nerd and both are seeking to fill in the gaps in their essential movie 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! This week, Ash and Steven discussed Doctor Doom, the newest lowest opening movie, streaming services, fandoms, undesirable sequels and the movie we will see next week. The Theme is 'Faster Does It' by Kevin MacLeod at incompetech.com. This is a copyrighted internet broadcast. Any reproduction or rebroadcast without express permission of its creators is strictly prohibited. For more, visit whyhavent.libsyn.com. Find us on facebook at Facebook.com/whistshow, on Twitter @whistshow or at whistshow.tumblr.com. We can now be heard via iTunes (https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/why-havent-i-seen-this-!/id877972632?mt=2) and Stitcher internet radio ...
This week on the InSession Film Podcast: Extra Film segment, we discuss two films that are getting a lot of awards buzz right now in Room starring Brie Larson and also Tom McCarthy’s Spotlight. The awards season is upon us and pretty soon nominations and top ten lists will be everywhere. Room and Spotlight are certainly the frontrunners and for good reason. We had some great discussion and we hope you enjoy these films like we did. Anyway, have fun listening to this week’s Extra Film segment and let us know what you think in the comment section below. Hope you enjoy and thanks for listening! – Room Movie Review (4:38) Grades Brendan: A JD: A+ – Spotlight Movie Review (39:33) Grades Brendan: A JD: A – Music New End – Stephen Rennicks Spotlight – Howard Shore The Return of the Eagle – Atli Örvarsson We try to make this the best movie podcast we possibly can and we hope you enjoy them. Subscribe today on iTunes and Stitcher and please leave us a review on iTunes. You can also find us ...
Sean Gerber and Mark Hughes welcome Peyton Reed, director of Marvel's ANT-MAN, to the show! In this interview, Reed discusses the importance of dining room table conversations, working within the Marvel Cinematic Universe as a lifelong Marvel fan, the impending frame-by-frame explorations of the Quantum Realm, and much more. Marvel's ANT-MAN is available now on Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere and will be out on Blu-ray on December 8.
After first being introduced to the world in the 2005 season of PROJECT GREENLIGHT and after directing the most successful film that the series has produced to date (FEAST), John Gulager has gone on to consistently work as a director, cinematographer, and actor. From directing the two FEAST sequels in 2008 and 2009... to helming 2012’s off-the-wall PIRANHA 3DD… and to the "now what?” moments that every filmmaker faces in between… Gulager has become one of the most unique cinematic voices to watch as there truly is no one else quite like him. Listen as John shares what it was like directing a feature film under the harrowing microscope of reality show cameras, some of the hurdles he’s had to face in the years that followed (including a phone call informing him that the aspect ratio of the film he was about to shoot had been drastically changed… which he received in his car on his way to the first day of shooting it), why the concept of trying to make films in as few days and with as ...
WEB EXCLUSIVE: Filmmaker Cary Fukunaga has taken on the writing, directing and cinematography of his many projects including Sin Nombre and HBO's True Detective. Today, Cary visits The Treatment to discuss the process of casting children as guerrilla soldiers in Beasts of No Nation and his inherent interest in the true vulnerability of a family broken apart. Photo: Director Cary Fukunaga (R) with actor Idris Elba
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Justin Bieber is at least trying to grow up—even if he'd be the first to say (and we'd have to agree) that he's not all the way there yet. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
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Phones losing weight, movies losing money and UK consumers losing rights. All this and more on today's Geekdays. Show notes and links: Rumor: Apple to Kill Headphone Jack in iPhone 7 | News & Opinion | PCMag.com (mobile.pcmag.com) The 1709 Blog: One Year on, the Private Copying Exception is now Dead (the1709blog.blogspot.in) Backing up your own music now illegal for Brits, and Apple Music terms may need to change | 9to5Mac (9to5mac.com) 'Alien megastructures' orbiting distant star are most likely comets, as expected | The Verge (theverge.com) Among consoles, PlayStation won Black Friday, says marketing study | Polygon (polygon.com) Cards Against Humanity Has Made Over $54K Selling Nothing On Black Friday | TechCrunch (techcrunch.com) Black Friday 2015 (cardsagainsthumanity.com) Momentum, a New Contender For "Worst Movie Ever," Yields $69 in UK Opening Night :: Movies :: News :: Paste (pastemagazine.com)
Join Derrick as he brings on two of his filmmaker buds, Kevin Sommerfield (Don’t Go to the Reunion, Dismembering Christmas, Teddy) and John Pata (Dead Weight, Pity, Better off Undead) to talk about Holiday Horror films. The problem is they never get around to talking about Holiday Horror films. They talk about TONS of other horror films instead. This is part 2. Download the episode HERE CONTACT AND FOLLOW ASTRO RADIO Z: Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.astroradioz.com Tumblr: astroradioz.tumblr.com Twitter: @AstroRadioZ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AstroRadioZ THE VICTIMS: Kevin Sommerfield: Slasher Studios WEBSITE John Pata WEBSITE MUSIC: Hell’s Belles – Overload Hell’s Belles – Desire Me HellsBelles.co.uk reverbnation.com/TheHellsBelles
A small-time music hall fake mind reader (Claude Rains) suddenly finds himself with true clairvoyant powers when in the presence of a mysterious woman, bringing him fame, fortune – and trouble. 1934. Part 1 of 2. First posted September 8, 2008. Click here to subscribe Click here to download directly Different file sizes/formats from Internet Archive Associated links Original Movie @ Internet Archive Movie Info @ IMDB Claude Rains @ Wikipedia Maximus (Claude Rains), in white tie, stares intently and a little startled while lit by stage light.
In anticipation of The Force Awakens, we have dedicated an episode to each of the previous six Star Wars films. Today we kick off our marathon with the original 1977 classic as we look ahead to Episode 7.
You want these boys? You can't HANDLE these boys! Them Ya Shoulda Seen This by Now boys is back with a rock hard slugfest of an episode of podcast. Join Frank and Dan as they discuss Dan's idea for "Stallone-O-Vision," race in film, and the Rocky sequel Creed. It a rough and tough discussion that'll leave you black and blue with satisfaction. Just like boxers! Wow! It feels like these jokes get worse every week! I like boots.
We have risen out of the ashes of Mustafar onto the shining path that is the Original Trilogy of the STAR WARS epic. First up to bat is EPISODE IV : A NEW HOPE. When released in 1977 this film set off an avalanche into pop culture that still thrives today. Does it hold up? Is the story still effective and the characters still engaging? Join us as Pete, Bry, Kev, and Jim sit down and revisit their childhood in a galaxy far far away. Here a few examples of the concept art developed for A NEW HOPE by the legendary Ralph McQuarrie. No music intro this week but head over to YouTube and check out POGO's page HERE to view all his music videos. You can also reach Pogo on Twitter @NickBertke You can also listen to him over at https://soundcloud.com/pogomix and iTunes HERE. In addition you can check his full site at http://pogomix.net/ The Film Basement Podcast RSS
Another week of astoundingly mediocre MMO (and Fallout) related news from Teppo and Dr Jen. Show notes and links: 40 laid off at Firefall studio Red5 (mcvuk.com) Warhammer 40,000: Eternal Crusade Alpha Gameplay Video (youtube.com) Class Reveal – Healers | Camelot Unchained (camelotunchained.com) This post has no title. (us.blizzard.com) Intelligence Annex #8: Building a Better Agent | Latest news and content about Tom Clancy's The Division game (tomclancy-thedivision.ubi.com) Tom Clancy's The Division (amazon.co.uk) That Ghost in the Shell shooter is coming to Steam | Massively Overpowered (massivelyop.com) This post has no title. (pantheonmmo.com)
This week at the multiplex, you probably cried. Why? Because movies like Creed, The Good Dinosaur and The Danish Girl were jerking your tears left and right, and because the other new release Victor Frankenstein was such a giant disappointment. And we’re reviewing them all on this week’s episode of The B-Movies Podcast! Also this week, your hosts William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold tackle the biggest news stories of the week, including the future of the Universal Monster franchise, the cancellation of the Fantastic Four franchise, and the diversification of the Men in Black franchise. And, of course, Bibbs is reviewing a whole bunch of Hallmark Christmas movies, and capping it off with your submissions for knockoff Christmas movies based on hit Hollywood films! You’ve got just one more week before the end of the B-Movies Podcast commentary track sweepstakes. All you have to do is debate one of the movie reviews from the podcast in 150 words or less, and whoever makes the most salie ...
This is the story of a film; a bad film that was made in the most unconventional way by Harold P. Warren. He made a bet that he could make a horror movie. He was able to raise $19,000, mostly by offering percentages of the films profits. The Film me made was Manos: The Hands of Fate. And after it disappeared for 27 years, it became a cult classic on Mystery Science Theater 3000! Show notes and links: The Worst Movie Ever Made | EW.com (ew.com) Mimosa 18, pages 35-38. "The Hand That Time Forgot" by Richard Brandt (jophan.org) Manos (youtube.com) Manos: The Hands of Fate article in Playboy (SFW) | MST3K: The Discussion Board (forrestcrow.proboards.com) Talk to the Hand (talktomanos.tumblr.com) Read this: The battle over the infamous cult classic Manos: The Hands of Fate Great Job, Internet! (avclub.com) The Battle Over the Worst Movie Ever | Playboy (playboy.com) 'Manos' in HD | the restoration of a unique film (manosinhd.com) with TONY TROMBO Online Radio by with Tony Trombo | BlogT ...
This week on the podcast, we chat the latest movie news, like the Civil War and Zootopia trailers and some casting rumors for Mummy and League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. We also review Pixar's second movie of the year, The Good Dinosaur, as well as the Rocky spinoff, Creed. As always, we read your comments and answer your questions from last week as we get into this week's burning question... QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What are some movies you regret NOT seeing in theaters? Let us know your thoughts (and your favorite podcast moments) in the comments, which we may read on next week’s show! And be sure to rate the podcast on iTunes and/or Stitcher, where you can also download this episode. Or just Tweet us…@NowConspiring Our Song of the Week is “Trouble," the latest single from Cage the Elephant. Their new album, Tell Me I'm Pretty drops December 18th. Enjoy the show! And don't forget to let us know your song picks of the year we can consider for our Top 20 of 2015. Here's a list of som ...
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I'm back in LA! This week, I'm talking about: original films - why do people get angry? (the Max Landis interview I mention is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DR-Dry8Qb4A) Jennifer Lawrence to start directing, Ava DuVernay responds to Quentin Tarantino, and reviews of Creed and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2! You can see this video on YouTube.com/MoviesAreMyJam
This week, I'm on holidays in Japan, and bring you this episode from the 'Lost In Translation' hotel! I chat about: the first trailers for 'Midnight Special', 'The Benefactor', 'A Monster Calls' plus movie news about Edgar Wright, Oscar Isaac, John Malkovich, Hunger Games & more! You can see this video on YouTube.com/MoviesAreMyJam
This week I grabbed my good friend Amirose Eisenbach (@amirosie) to chat about the films she watched at this year's AFI Film Festival! So good to be sharing the screen with my sister from another mister again! You can see this video on my YouTube channel: YouTube.com/MoviesAreMyJam
This week I talk about some movie news which caught my attention, and my thoughts on the new James Bond movie, Spectre. It's a quick episode, before I go to the Friday Harbor Film Festival in Washington State! Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube to see this video: Youtube.com/moviesaremyjam
Remember when Chappie fever swept the country, with all those pet Chappies, and tickle-me-Chappies? Meanwhile, Elliott describes a literary-technique-based dystopian future, Stuart continues to explain the Internet, and Dan just checks out for a while. Like, he totally doesn't talk for seven minutes or something. Sorry, it was a long week. Movies recommended in this episode: Dead or Alive Drunk, Stoned, Brilliant, Dead Wife Premonition Following an Evil Deed
In this, the first episode of History Bites (the bi-weekly, abbreviated version of The History Files), we take a look at the founders of modern musical theater, and all-around creative geniusses (genii?), Gilbert & Sullivan. (Don't worry, we'll have Gordon again next time.) Show notes and links: I, Robot (en.wikipedia.org) The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon Charitots of Fire (The Mikado) Gilbert and Sullivan in Raiders of the Lost Ark (Salah sings!) The Pirates of Penzance , The 1981 Joe Papp revival. Oh, Better Far to Live and Die Kevin Kline sings "Oh, better, far, to live and die..." Topsy-Turvy (1999) (imdb.com) The History Files | CSICON (csicon.net) @history_files (twitter.com) The History Files Show (at facebook.com) CSICONauts Chat (csicon.net)