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.
Slate's Spoiler Specials are not reviews of current movies, but "postviews" -- audio critiques meant to be played AFTER you've seen the film. Slate movie critic Dana Stevens leads discussions of twist endings, plot holes, and other secrets you won't read in the reviews. It's the kind of discussion you have with friends as you're leaving the theater. Part of the Panoply Network. WARNING: Listening to these podcasts before you've seen a film could be hazardous to your suspension of disbelief!
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 /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 firstname.lastname@example.org and find all our podcast episodes at www.slashfilmcast.com.
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.
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.
If you're like Matt Gourley (Superego, Drunk History, James Bonding), then you know all the classic movie and television scenes so well it's like you were in the room when they happened. Well, you weren't. And neither was he. But the people Matt interviews were! Listen in as they tell the inside stories of how cinema and television history was made from a fly-on-the-wall perspective you've never heard.
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.
Rotten Tomatoes Editor-in-Chief Matt Atchity and Senior Editor Grae Drake talk about the latest movies & TV shows, and they’ll tell you what’s Fresh and what’s Rotten, according to the world-famous Tomatometer. The biggest stars and the toughest critics will join them each week to tell you what to see and what to avoid.
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.
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.
Brought to you by the IGN Movies staff, the “Keepin’ it Reel” podcast series offers listeners the latest news, box office numbers and reviews for all things Hollywood. No star is too big or film too small for this Movies channel roundtable.
'How to Survive' is a film review podcast with a twist. The discussion centres around one key question: 'How would you survive in this movie?' Each episode centres around one classic movie. Often, they are horror movies, but there are also lots of thrillers, action movies, adventure movies and the occasional romantic drama for good measure. If you've ever rolled your eyes when the victim goes outside alone; tutted when the killer returns from the dead; or shouted 'DON'T GO IN THERE!', this is the podcast for you.
Welcome to Phase 5 of The Schmoes Know Movies Podcast. Here you will find a weekly celebration and discussion of movies from people just like you. Each week MPAA accredited movie reviewers and all around schmoes Kristian Harloff and Mark Ellis welcome you into the conversation along with co-hosts and characters like Tiffany Smith, Wildman Josh Macuga, SchmoesKnow.com editor-in-chief Mark Reilly, producer and newsjerk Ken Napzok, JTE, Cobbster, and the diabolical Finstock. Along the way you will get to meet some fantastic guests from your favorite actors from your favorite movies and shows to the hottest writers and big shot producers. The latest news, reactions, and analysis of all things movies are there along with fun games and segments that bring YOU into the mix. Join the fun by listening live each week on SchmoesKnow.com and following us on Twitter (@SchmoesKnow) so that you won't miss out on this weekly event. Call in. Win prizes. And share the joy and love (and occasional di ...
**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 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!
The Soapbox Office is the aural manifestation of fiery and righteous indignation on behalf of 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.
The epic journey of a couple of film junkies and the movies they watch. It ends when our heroes have seen every film...ever. Join us, and commit Mass Moviecide! Also available: search for Mass Moviecide UK.
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Can We Still Be Friends? is a podcast that tests the limits of the friendship between Ryan Ebling and Nate Gass, two people who mistake movie taste for personal morality. Whether you’re a film buff or a casual viewer, Can We Still Be Friends? is a great place to hear impassioned and entertaining discussion between two people who know each other too well and hold their opinions too dear.
Esta peli ya la he visto es un podcast de cine de periodicidad quincenal en el que hablamos del Séptimo Arte de forma cercana. Tratamos la actualidad opinando de las noticias más relevantes, hablamos de las películas que vemos y charlamos de cine de todos los tiempos con nuestro enfoque personal.
'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.
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!
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
Welcome to Cinema Eclectica, a Movie Podcast dedicated to the finest purveyors of Home Video in the UK. Through this we cover Asian & European Cinema, Exploitation, Horror, Sci-Fi, Cult, Hollywood Classics, Silent Cinema and a minefield of other obscure, violent and classy delights. We also have our Feature Presentation in which we look at the major film release of the week.
Everybody Wants Some!! (2016) R | 1h 57min | Comedy | 15 April 2016 (USA) A group of college baseball players navigate their way through the freedoms and responsibilities of unsupervised adulthood. Director: Richard Linklater Writer: Richard Linklater Stars: Blake Jenner, Tyler Hoechlin, Ryan Guzman we also talk about- The Toxic Avenger, Troma Pictures, and The Toxic Crusaders Turbo Kid The Magnificent Seven, Cell and The Killing Joke animated trailer Dredd as a possible Netflix series? Batman V Superman is a box office failure and made 900 million... Movie Reviews - http://www.acoupleofaveragejoes.com Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/mps5150 Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/diicastdotcom Joe's Versus https://www.youtube.com/c/Acoupleofaveragejoes
This week on the InSession Film Podcast: Extra Film segment, we discuss Elvis & Nixon starring the greats Kevin Spacey and Michael Shannon and we finish off the show with the clever thriller, The Invitation. JD takes the week off but Negs is back after missing last week’s Extra Film. Speaking of, last week we discussed Midnight Special and the week before that Take Shelter, making this the third week in a row we’ve talked about Shannon on Extra Film. We’ll see how long we can continue this streak as we love Michael Shannon. 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! – Elvis & Nixon Movie Review (5:42) Grades Negs: D+ Brendan: C – The Invitation Movie Review (28:15) Grades Negs: A- Brendan: D+ – Music Susie Q – Creedence Clearwater Revival Baby You’re Gone – Craig Wedren, Benjamin Newgard The Return of the Eagle – Atli Örvarsson We try to make this the best movie p ...
This week on the Stinker Madness Podcast we get ready for the 1982 Sandahl Bergman "post-apocalyptic" Oddysey, She. Be sure to join us on the main episode when special guest, Toren Atkinson, from The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets and the Caustic Soda podcast joins us to try and make heads or tails of She. We open the episode with the most pronouny game show of all time, "Who did that? We did!" Streaming Do's and Don'ts The Cave - Starz Running Scared - Netflix Leprechaun 4: In Space - Starz The Wild Card - The Great Superpower Debate The ability to rewind time by 30 seconds - See Life is Strange video game - 7.5 out of 10
Welcome back to Keepin' It Reel, the IGN show where Jim Vejvoda and Terri Schwartz bring you the latest genre movie news. This week, we discuss X-Men: Apocalypse, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Inhumans, Doctor Strange, Green Lantern Corps, the casting of Lara Croft in the Tomb Raider reboot, 20th Century Fox sitting out San Diego Comic-Con, and more. We also look ahead to the release of Captain America: Civil War and speculate how Ratchet & Clank: The Movie and Keanu will fare at this weekend's box office.
In 2002 Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones returned to save the world...again! With the stars back, much of the supporting cast, and Barry Sonnenfeld again directing, it seemed like another surefire hit. Yet the box office was down, critics were harsh, and La
Hello Schmoeville! Join us once again for another edition of the Schmoes Know Show! This week, we introduce the personal questions game! Things get pretty crazy! Brett also gives his review of The Conjuring, Ken does the news, Sasha gives her indie picks, and we go over Alicia Vikander being cast in the Tomb Raider reboot!
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Chris Evans and Paul Rudd talk to Simon about Captain America: Civil War. Plus the UK Box Office Top 10 and Mark's reviews of the week's new films including Captain America: Civil War, Demolition and Son of Saul. Download the Kermode and Mayo podcast at bbc.co.uk/podcasts/5live. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Text: 85058 (charged at your standard network rate) Twitter: @wittertainment.
Key stars as Clarence, a straight-laced suburbanite who is lured by his recently broken-up slacker cousin Rell, played by Peele, to finally cut loose with his wife away for the weekend. Little do they know that this 'cutting a little loose' might involve strippers, drugs and murder, as Rell's adorable kitty, which has given him his long-lost mojo back, has been taken in a mistaken-identity burglary by Cheddar, the leader of the gang called the Blips (those who left the Bloods or Crips), who will only give Keanu back if the men, who are posing Tectonic and Shark Tank, out-of-towner hitmen called the Allentown gang (mute, trench-coated thugs also played by Key and Peele), who are also on the lookout for the lovable kitten that got away from them during a gunfight at the film's intro.
This week we absolutely refuse any second hand gags, bad Producer Rob. In off the shelf we had all the best stuff from the 1980s; ridiculous action with the Zero Boys and crazy practical effects and gore from The Bride of ReAnimator. Otherwise, we had forgotten Stellan Skarsgaard picture In Order of Disappearance and gaming documentary Enter the Battlefield— Life on the Magic: The Gathering Pro Tour. Our film of the Week was Don Cheadle's Miles Davis biopic Miles Ahead. "West, you stupid biped!"
Matt and Grae discuss this week's new releases; Keanu (which is good), Mother's Day, (which isn't good), and Ratchet & Clank (which is even worse). Then they answer mail about Better Call Saul and The Jungle Book.
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Sponsored by: A Small Orange, a fast and reliable web hosting option for everybody. You pay only for what you need. Plans start as low as $3 a month. Remember to use the offer code geekdays at checkout! Audible.com, the best place on the Internet for audiobooks. Listeners of Geekdays can get a free audiobook download and 30 day free trial! Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player. Marvel talks about whitewashing, a meteorologist wishes she could do some window washing and a CEO washes away 20 years of her life. This and more on today’s Geekdays. Show notes and links: CEO tests “crazy” genetic therapy on herself, claims it added 20 years of life (arstechnica.com) Game Critic Keeps YouTube Vids Ad-Free By Creating ContentID Feeding Frenzy (techdirt.com) Marvel’s multi-million dollar whitewashing problem | News (geek.com) ‘Doctor Strange’ screenwriter clarifies statements on casting of Tilda Swinton as the Ancient One (ew.com) Comcast announces ...
Dave shares songs he has sung with Henry’s name in them, which gives Kris the chance to suggest something extremely clever. After that, Kris reveals his strategy for seeing movies at IFFBoston (also happening this week). Then he quickly follows that up with a segment of “Keepin’ up with the Jensons” where he describes how Evan’s spoilerpiecing of GREEN ROOM allowed him to notice impressive things about its storytelling techniques. Talking about GREEN ROOM’s use of animals lets the guys easily move on to KEANU, the film they all saw this week. KEANU has the cutest fucking cat you’ve ever seen, and it covers comedic territory that has been mined before, although it’s very funny thanks to Key and Peele. Plus it has connections to NEW JACK CITY and George Michael that are hilarious. Finally, Evan wraps up by reviewing the Asghar Farhadi picture FIREWORKS WEDNESDAY. This Iranian drama about the difficulties of marriage was such an engrossing piece, that he struggled to break away from i ...
The conflict begins as Kase and Van look at Captain America: Civil War, grief dramedy Demolition, Netflix comedy Special Correspondents, animated romp Ratchet & Clank, indie drama Heaven Knows What, and Christian courtroom tale God's Not Dead 2.
John Mulaney (Oh, Hello) joins Paul, June, and Jason to discuss the insane 1986 science fiction film Solarbabies. Recorded LIVE from the world famous Largo at the Coronet in Los Angeles, they'll cover everything important including rollerskating...
Paying tribute to their roots, Anderson and Bryan discuss the TOP 5 RADIO MOVIES. They flickfess The Jungle Book, All Things Must Pass, 99 Homes, and Barbershop: The Next Cut, then dive in to their favorite films about the terrestrial medium.
In this episode the guys review Look Who's Back in which the person who is back is literally Hitler. Then they discuss politics and the fear of the other, and how awesome giant dumb aliens are. Links: Hardcore History: Prophets of Doom So You've Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson Independence Day: Resurgence Trailer #2 Them by Jon Ronson Weiner Documentary Trailer Screenwriting 101 by Film Crit Hulk
Based on a long-running franchise of popular kids' video games, this colorful animated pic talks of the wisdom of thinking beyond fame, making good choices and standing by friends. (PG) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
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When they finally get around to making Filmspotting: The Movie, it will be eligible for a future revisit of this week’s Top 5: Single Location Films. Maybe Adam and Josh can convince Jeremy Saulnier to direct. Call it "Beige Studio." That top 5, plus a review of Saulnier's GREEN ROOM, Massacre Theatre and Adam and Josh finally close the book on Filmspotting Madness 2016 with results from the impossibly close third-place contest between Wes Anderson and Martin Scorsese. This episode is brought to you by MUBI. 0:00-2:54 - Billboard / MUBI 2:54-26:17 - Review: "Green Room" Muhammad Seven, "The Beastly Ballad..." 26:17-48:52 - Prince / Notes 48:52-51:09 - Massacre Theatre Muhammad Seven, "Swampers at Fame" 52:12-55:53 - Donations / SVU Promo 1:14:10-1:25:49 - Top 5: Single Location Films 1:25:49-1:28:57 - Close MUSIC - Muhammad Seven LINKS - Josh's review of "Green Room" - Chicago Underground Film Fest - Filmspotting Madness Final Bracket - Adam's Art of Memoir class - Art of the Real ...
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YouTube's Couch Tomato sits down with Hulk to discuss new upcoming addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, "Captain America: Civil War" Both of them will see the movie opening day next week, but couldn't wait and want to speculate what they think will occur in the meantime. Like what you hear? Leave us a review and rating on iTunes: http://apple.co/1SFTR8M For more Couch Tomato, check us out at Subscribe to www.youtube.com/couchtomatofilms for weekly videos Like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/couchtomatofilms Google +: couchtomatofilms Twitter: @couchtomatofilm couchtomatonews.com Download Hollywood R.P.G. Teaser on Google Play ►► http://bit.ly/1N2p13K Download Hollywood R.P.G. Teaser on iOS ►► http://apple.co/1RUVXNU Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 0:00 Intro 0:36 Couch Tomato Creed 2:12 Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice reference 2:22 Welcome back Hulk 2:54 R.I.P. Prince 3:46 #TeamIronMan #TeamCap Whose Side Are You On? 3:55 #cinematiclivesmatter podcast con ...
Movie Meltdown - Episode 346 This week we are joined by our special guest co-host comedian Jessimae Peluso, as we crash a wedding, look things up on Google and talk movies. And eventually we round things out by discussing this week's Sofa Theater feature: Hush. The 2016 movie about a deaf author alone in the woods being hunted by a deranged masked killer. And as we think of six new domains to claim just during this episode, we also mention... a study on working out, Oculus, living on a shoestring budget, horror Kick-Ass, The Innkeepers, a dyslexic moment, John Carpenter's The Thing, being predatory, Brainscan, Gerald's Game, Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor movies, Carrie, The Last House on the Left, sucks to be you Room 128, Milla Jovovich, cinematic compositions, nerd gym shoes, did you get frustrated, Marlee Matlin, a jacked-up methhead pony tail with half my face looking like I just got punched, genius dogs, A Clockwork Orange, I do do, Syracuse, #Methamphetamines, the damsels in ...
On this episode of WHM Mail Bag, the guys welcome friend and special guest, Justin J. Case, to read letters about a guy who was almost beaten by video game hustlers, a person who wet themselves due to excessive Dr. Pepper intake and a real love of Tekken 3, a (former?) listener who was upset by our Batman v Superman Colon Dawn of Justice episode, and much more! Do you want your crazy stories told or questions answered on the air? Then write in to the Mail Bag: email@example.com!
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The value of a Perspective Review, no matter the ilk, is that you get time, effort and memories involved. That equals - NOSTALGIA. In 2012, Marvel released, Marvel's Avengers" the digital amalgam of the largest grossing movie characters in human history, and folks - it's still growing. No matter which of the characters is your favorite, no matter how much time, effort and "detail" you think you need to showcase them, Marvel's Avengers delivers it. Get Jarvis to clamp on your super iron suit. Strap on your custom firearms, polish up the hield and GET MAD. It's Time for The 2GuysTalking Perspective Review of Marvels Avengers, 2012, Directed by Joss Whedeon here on The 2GuysTalking Podcast Network
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What does one anticipate when you've had so many great weeks of television on ABC during the Agents of SHIELD? Greatness? Another in the cavalcade of ramp pieces to the upcoming feature film? To an explosive season finale? The that which is epic? Eh, maybe. Maybe not. Whaaaaat, Wilkerson? What did you say? I'm saying that it's time for the Agents of SHIELD Podcast, a complete detailed and always educational review of the Agents of SHIELD on ABC - this time, season 3 episode 19 on the 2GuysTalking Podcast Network.
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In this semi-fictional yarn, the impetus for Elvis wanting to meet with either J. Edgar Hoover or Nixon is born from his growing discontent at seeing where America has been headed, particularly in the growing cultural unrest among its people, from the hippie movement, to the pot smokers, to the war protestors, to the Black Panthers. The King decides that he can actually help the country if he can be made a Federal Agent. Joined by his "Memphis Mafia" friends Jerry Schilling from Hollywood and bodyguard Sonny West, Elvis travels to the White House in order to have an impromptu meeting with the President, hoping to convince him to get the badge he will need to carry out his "agent at large" duties. The road seems at an impasse, but Nixon's aides, sensing that a photograph of the two together could endear him come re-election time to large swaths of Elvis fans, particularly in the South, try to make it happen, despite Nixon's initial protests.
*FILMS DISCUSSED: VERONICA MARS, EAR BUDS, AXIS, BATMAN V SUPERMAN* Aisha Tyler comes into the nerd garage to talk about how kickstarter has helped movie fans and filmmakers like Spike Lee and Zach Braff. How she came to direct a feature film and how Veronica Mars wouldn't have a feature film without crowdfunding. Aisha also defends Batman v Superman! Do Graham and Chris throw Dana Gould shirts at her or does she convince them it wasn't that bad! Listen and find out!
Hey everyone! Welcome to another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! This week I pick the movies specifically to gross out Cheats, and we roast through a couple of awesome goo-filled horror classics from the 1980's, chock full of practical effects. In this episode we go through The Stuff and the 1988 remake of The Blob. In this episode, you'll hear us come up with our own generic brands, Phil gets a little bother by how disturbing 80's sexual assault logic is, and we all wish our names were as cool as Chocolate Chip Charlie. Enjoy!
GET HYPE! This week it’s just Bryan, Ryan, and Jon and perhaps the biggest event in Marvel History! They’re shaking up the podcast formula a bit to talk the original “Civil War” event, and then hype both the upcoming movie and the sequel comic series! And they ask perhaps the most important question in all of podcast history: whose side are you on? CIVIL WAR (2006-2007) Each of the hosts read the main event as well as a varied selection of comics surrounding the event. They discuss that just reading the main event itself misses some of the punch because of [SPOILERS]. CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR Bryan, Ryan, and Jon are pretty hyped about the new movie, and they share their excitement, their worries, and their concerns. Possible spoiler talk, which will be proven true or false come the film’s release. CIVIL WAR 2 Ryan gives Bryan and Jon the scoop on what to expect from the upcoming arc. Since all the original heroes have been replaced with newcomers, Bendis thought it would be good ...
On this episode of Collider Movie Talk (April 28th, 2016) Kristian Harloff, Clarke Wolfe and Mark Reilly discuss the following: -Kevin Feige confirms Marvel is in creative control of Spider-Man -First images from Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant -Wolverine 3 adds Stephen Merchant and Richard E Grant -Will Ferrell to play Ronald Reagan in Reagan -Ryan Reynolds and Samuel Jackson to star in The Hitman’s Bodyguard -New trailer for Approaching the Unknown -Opening this week (Brought to you by AMC Theatres) -Mail Bag It was big news when Sony and Marvel announced they’d be working out a deal to bring Spider-Man into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And with fans and critics praising the new Spidey played by Tom Holland in Captain America: Civil War, fans are now wondering who will be creatively in control of his solo movie. Leave it to Marvel Head Honcho Kevin Feige to set the record straight, once and for all. Speaking with Hey U Guys at the U.K. premiere of Civil War, Feige confirmed Marv ...
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How many times have YOU lead a new team of - well - ANYTHING? How'dja' do? Did you make impact and win the day? Did you fail and the team choked? Did onr of your team roll and ankle taking them out of the process preventing you from participation? What if one of your team had - Oh, I don't know, an INFECTIOUS BRAIN ENTITY MAKING THEM COMPLETELY UNTRUSTWORTHY AND A ROGUE element? Yeh, well that happens sometimes too and inside this most-recent episode of Agents of SHIELD on ABC - Season 3, Episode 17, Tje Team - we get much MORE than a rolled ankle and wow - it's all wrapped in a delicious storytelling tortilla. Ariba!
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This week we answer your screenwriting questions about the best script ever written, how to know if your industry contact is worth anything, what to do when you've got a great script but want perfection, and we probably survive a kick-ass boat chase. Send us your questions @brokenprojector on twitter or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsored by: A Small Orange, a fast and reliable web hosting option for everybody. You pay only for what you need. Plans start as low as $3 a month. Remember to use the offer code geekdays at checkout! Audible.com, the best place on the Internet for audiobooks. Listeners of Geekdays can get a free audiobook download and 30 day free trial! Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player. Facebook’s profits are insanely great, Nintendo’s profits? Not so much. Plus, something called a Textalyzer, and scientific research about hugging dogs. You get a little bit of everything, today on Geekdays. Show notes and links: The Nintendo NX will be available in March 2017 (techcrunch.com) Nintendo unveils its next smartphone games to follow App Store hit, Miitomo (techcrunch.com) Researchers discover ‘tsunamis’ on Great Lakes (duluthnewstribune.com) SpaceX announces plans to launch Mars mission in 2018 (extremetech.com) Log In – The New York Times (nytimes.com ...
It's time for a fight, and after this the Batshit Monsterpiece Theater may never be the same. It's Chris v Parker & Louie! Who will bleed when they talk Batman v Superman: Dawn of... A podcast for film nerds. Hosts Parker Connell, Chris Davidson, and Louie Whiteford discuss movies that, while not always good, and not always bad, defy any categorization other than BATSHIT MONSTERPIECE!
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Ep. 148: Four new movies to burn through this week as The Movie Guys bring you their patented previews of Green Room, Mother’s Day, Ratchet & Clank & Keanu. Then special guest Allan Trautman hits the studio to talk about his work as a digital puppeteer on “The Jungle Book” as well as a look at his whole career as an actor and puppeteer on movies like Babe and Return of the Living Dead. The Movie Guys are Paul Preston, Karen Volpe, Adam Witt & Bart Kias Like good movie talk? Please subscribe! www.themovieguys.net @TheMovieGuys Vimeo.com/themovieguys iTunes: bit.ly/1l0hCpG Tumblr: themovieguys.tumblr.com/ Instagram.com/themovieguys Youtube.com/user/TheMovieGuysOnline
With Francine Stock Laszlo Nemes discusses Son Of Saul, his Oscar winning film about life and death in a Nazi concentration camp. Sir Christopher Frayling takes us behind the scenes of The Sound Barrier, David Lean's celebration of British engineering and innovation that was somewhat economical with the facts. 1916 was the year that the pictures got big, but with Snow White, Sherlock Holmes and special effects blockbusters taking over cinemas, what has really changed 100 years later. Historians Matthew Sweet and Kevin Brownlow explain.
With Kate out in for the Skynet Conference, we're joined by special guest, Cinematographer John Paul Summers, this week. An all out brawl erupts between Ahmed, JP & Adam as they debate the future of Cinema, streaming platforms and what it means for indie filmmakers, then make amends as they enjoy their government issued cheese blocks to discuss what it takes to be a cinematographer. This week's show: (00:17:18) SNL Evolves (00:22:22) The Death of Cinema (00:51:40) Growing as a Cinematographer Show Notes: http://bit.ly/bckstry-ep15 Subscribe: http://bit.ly/bckstrypod ABOUT US bckstry is an organization that provides youth mentorship and job training to aspiring filmmakers while supporting local artists (learn more at www.bckstry.org or checkout our Facebook: www.facebook.com/bckstry/) Our podcast is about films, pop culture, news, reviews and things interesting to creatives. Join us every week as Writer/Director, Ahmed Siddiqui, Producer, Adam Hensgens, and bckstry program mentee an ...
Well, that Michael Keaton Spider-Man thing went well, huh? Joe discusses that, the final X-Men: Apocalypse trailer and various little bits of casting news in our latest minisode. Then it's on to last week's The Mask-inspired comics recommendations: (unsurprisingly) The Mask by John Arcudi and Doug Mahnke, and (slightly more surprisingly) The Matrix by the Wachowskis and... loads of people.
Sponsored by: Audible.com, the best place on the Internet for audiobooks. Listeners of The History Files can get a free audiobook download and 30 day free trial! Over 180,000 titles to choose from for your iPhone, Android, Kindle or mp3 player. Pirates; romanticized or despised, they are a cultural icon scattered through history and a probability wherever there is merchant shipping. Let’s grab a pitcher of grog and set sail through a rogue’s gallery of swashbucklers, political opportunists, and entrepreneurs, and dig into the reality of the world’s third-oldest profession. For supplemental info and photos, be sure to visit Gordon’s blog. Show notes and links: Mutiny on the Bounty (1789) Louisiana Purchase (1803) Spanish–American War (1898) Landing at Anzac Cove, Gallipoli (1915) Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) (imdb.com) On Stranger Tides, by Tim Powers (amazon.com) The Pyrates: A Swashbuckling Comic Novel, George MacDonald Fraser (amazon.com) Old Iron ...
On Wednesday afternoon, I received a phone call from Nic Brown, one of the co-hosts of the long-running B-Movie Cast, a podcast created and produced by Vince Rotolo. Vince was a friend, an inspiration, and a mentor to many of us, and I was not ready to hear what Nic had to say. Vince passed away suddenly, and if you look on Facebook, you'll see the many folks Vince and his podcast touched over the years. Next week's planned launch of Monster Kid Radio's Lucha de Mayo will be postponed next week. Instead, I'm dedicating Episode #266 to Vince. If you have anything you'd like to contribute to the show, please feel free to call our voicemail line at 503-479-5MKR (503-479-5657), or email you thoughts or recordings to firstname.lastname@example.org . . . We'll be back on track with Episode #267. Thank you.
Grimm is yanking fables out of their magical garden by the roots and slapping them down in the middle of a cookie-cutter cop procedural. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
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On a special episode of The Projection Booth, Mike talks with Jared Case, one of the head honchos of the Nitrate Picture Show festival at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. The festival spotlights the wonders of film, particularly explosive nitrate stock.
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