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David, Andrew, and Harrison hang out by talking about sports and the latest sports highlights and the newest news regarding sports.
 
We here at Auteur Theory hope you're having a wonderful week and in great spirits. But if you'd like to change that, how about a trip to the grayest of England's gray, crumbling streets with a mumbling, mentally-broken Ralph Fiennes as your guide? It's David Cronenberg's 2002 downer psycho-drama Spider. Nick ad Chris are joined by Cecil Laird o ...…
 
David, Andrew, and Harrison hang out by playing Top Four™ – the proprietary game introduced to us by Laura Lapidus – where they individually rank four trivially controversial subjects to determine who will be the largest on the AOA album cover.
 
After a decade of dabbling with high-brow psycho-dramas, David Cronenberg is back in the straight-up body-horror game, and now Jennifer Jason Leigh and Jude Law are on the run. It's Cronenberg's mind-bending 1999 virtual reality sci-fi thriller eXistenZ. Nick and Chris are joined once again by Perla Caballero to revisit Cronenberg's look into t ...…
 
David, Andrew, and Harrison hang out in a WhisperBar™ where they discuss the merits of ASMR, sit on 40” stools, Google things on a typewriter, and watch a classic tennis match.
 
In this episode David, Andrew, and Harrison form a pop band, develop their pop star personas, write a song, and all collectively quit the band.
 
Sex. Car crashes. More sex. Broken glass. Still more sex. Twisted metal. Sex. Based on this very accurate and apt description, you can pretty much decide if you're gonna love or hate this one. It's David Cronenberg's controversial 1996 psycho-sexual drama Crash (and, no, not the shitty 2004 racism-is-bad-mmkay Oscar-winner). Cronenberg's sleek ...…
 
On this week's show, Nick and Chris take a look at one of David Cronenberg's strangest films. Strange, relative to Cronenberg, that is - this movie has nary a bursting cocoon, involuntary surgery, or phantasmagoric stomach-vagina in sight! It's the 1993 period-piece romantic drama M. Butterfly. We join Jeremy Irons in 1960s Beijing, where his i ...…
 
Auteur Theory is back with a special Bonus episode, as we take a particularly deep dive into the work of director David Cronenberg. Chris is joined by film critic and author Hal C.F. Astell for an in-depth look at Cronenberg's college experimental films Stereo (1969) and Crimes of the Future (1970). These early Cronenberg curiosities can be rou ...…
 
Over the course of this season so far, David Cronenberg has brought us parasitic worms that beget sex-crazed mania, exploding-head hunting psychics, gun-eating stomach vaginas, inside-out baboons, and questionable medical professionals with a taste for the needle. If you've ever read William S. Burroughs' 1959 surrealist literary masterpiece Na ...…
 
In this episode, David, Harrison, and Andrew are finally joined by their illustrious producer Arlin Ladue who sets out on a mission to identify which of the three hosts is carrying the podcast thus far and most deserving of the being center in the eventual Act Our Age photoshoot.
 
When two pre-teens named Hallie and Annie meet through their summer camp, their two lives are rattled when they realize that they are identical twins. With parents, British mother aka famous dress designer Elizabeth and American father, a wine maker named Nick, living in two different sides of the universe, the girls decide to make an identity ...…
 
This week we're covering one of the big ones. A remake of the 1958 B-movie sci-fi sort-of-classic that, in any other hands could have been just as cheesy as the original. But in the hands of David Cronenberg, it transforms into something else. Both a milestone of gross-out gore and shocking creature effects, and a touching, tragic love story ab ...…
 
This week, we watch David Cronenberg accept his mantle as a Master a Horror as he teams up with another titan of the genre, Stephen King. It's the chilly, melancholic gift vs. curse 1983 horror/sci-fi melodrama 'The Dead Zone'. This week also sees Nick and Chris teaming up with another horror podcast stalwart, Jaime En Fuego, resident Stephen K ...…
 
Yes, yes, Long Live the New Flesh and all that. We've all heard the catch-phrases, but really stand back and look at how weird this movie is, especially considering it was released by a major Hollywood studio. David Cronenberg is unleashed for the 1983 sci-fi/horror cult classic Videodrome. Nick and Chris are joined by filmmaker Dineta Williams ...…
 
Bank, David, and Harrison hire a corporate sponsor to help them tell better stories by providing corporate music, and then they tell their stories to each other. They hope they sound better. Sponsored by our Corporate Sponsor.™
 
We've all seen the meme. How better to succinctly over-express in GIF-form your annoyance at the latest pop hit or your hatred of Mondays? But do you know its origins? It's the literally-explosive opening to David Cronenberg's 1981 dueling psychics sci-fi thriller Scanners. The iconic image was powerful enough to make it a hit for 80s moviegoer ...…
 
Breaking up with a significant other can be an ugly and scary thing. Especially when your ex falls under the sway of a rogue-scientist/cult-leader who teaches her to channel all of her hatred for you into the tiny, bloodied hands of a gang of insatiable pint-sized horrors. David Cronenberg climbs onto the therapist's couch for his 1979 horror c ...…
 
Of course, when you think of David Cronenberg, the King of Body Horror, you also think of drag-racing melodrama. Well, that's what happened in 1979, with his third feature as a director, Fast Company. For this episode, Nick and Chris welcome their first guest on the program, Richard Lippert. He's an actor, a champion race car driver, and a stun ...…
 
When a freak motorcycle accident sends former porn-star Marilyn Chambers on an emergency trip to the Keloid Clinic for Plastic Surgery; one experimental medical treatment, and a few blood-drained orderlies and farmers later - Martial Law is declared and the fate of Montreal hangs in the balance! David Cronenberg continues his bid to be Canada's ...…
 
Welcome to Auteur Theory for our inaugural first episode of our first season, where hosts Nick and Chris will explore the films of Canada's own Master of sublime cinematic depravity, David Cronenberg. We're starting things off with Cronenberg's first theatrical release as a director, Shivers from 1975. Also known as They Came from Within to U.S ...…
 
David and Andrew discuss when they first met, David’s early obsession with American Apparel sweatshirts, their muppet doppelgangers, why Andrew is obsessed with genre fiction, and discover that Andrew doesn’t really know what a five act structure is. Also: where is Arlin?
 
David and Andrew win the lottery, invent a sleep walking wearable device, revisit their plan to make a Marauders map of Tufts University’s library, realize that Andrew still has no idea what a five act structure is, and discuss the merits of goals and the self-help phenomenon. Also: still no Arlin.
 
David and Andrew bring on a relative Hollywood expert and literal relative of Andrew, Matt Morgenthaler, to discuss Avril Lavigne’s label as “most dangerous celeb for internet malware,” the historic Emmy’s, why TV is succeeding where movies are failing, how movies are becoming more like TV, and the future of media content. Also: Is Arlin a real ...…
 
David and Andrew discuss two groundbreaking events: the release of Taylor Swift's sixth studio album Reputation and the development of CRISPR gene editing technology.
 
David and Andrew take a look back at the year in pop culture, technology, and music.
 
In this episode, Andrew and David are joined by the latest addition to the Act Our Age cast – Harrison Hoblitzelle Stamell – where they dissect the postmodernism of Tom Six's magnum opus, the Human Centipede trilogy, which neither Andrew nor Harrison have really seen.
 
David and Andrew breakdown the last several months of pop music, rave over Kesha without the $, forget the names of the boys from 1D, pick their favorite pop albums of 2017, take a deep dive into Taylor Swift’s ‘…Ready for it?’ music video, and Andrew writes an angry letter.
 
Jake Hampton and Chad Durham review DC's Wonder Woman, discussing the novelty (which should not be) of a female-led superhero movie. They ultimately give a letter grade after considering the acting, the directing, the relevance, and the climax. This episode includes a brief discussion of Snatched.0:00-10:14 -- Discussion of Snatched and Pirates ...…
 
Jake and Chad--newcomers to the Fast and the Furious franchise--rank all of the movies in the series, paying special attention to the characteristics that make them so popular. Krista Durham also drops by to give her insight about the series.0:00-20:37: Movies they have seen (including Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2, The Circle, and Sleight).2 ...…
 
Pay attention, because I will say this only once and I will whisper it so no one else hears. Once a month, the AHD gang dissect, critique and generally jabber about the oddities, the ignored or the duds in a famous director’s filmography. The film this month is Steven Spielberg's Bridge of Spies. Plus there's further film talk as the guys talk ...…
 
On the final episode of Poor Auteurs, I interview Nicholas Jacobson-Larson about his career in composing music for film.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I talk to Brooke Sebold about being an editor and a director, and about being active in helping women in their directing careers.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I talk to Joe Saunders and Alex Greer about persevering through the tough obstacles of filmmaking.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I talk to production designer Charles McCarry about working with his team to create the look of a film.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I interview Shaun Clarke about following his own path to becoming a cinematographer.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I interview Marie Colabelli to try to convince her to reveal the secrets behind the new Disney Imagineering project.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I talk to John Gianvito about his work in political films and documentaries, and the struggle of making a 9 hour film.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I interview Michael Gray about being an indie producer and all the challenges that come with that.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I interview Ben Proudfoot and Emily Bon about being young filmmakers starting their own production company and pursuing quality despite the obstacles.
 
On this episode of Poor Auteurs, I interview screen writer Jennifer Vandever about being a working writer in Hollywood and not starving.
 
The first episode of Poor Auteurs! I interview filmmaker Julian Higgins about his short film Winter Light and working as an indie director. Subscribe on iTunes now!https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/poor-auteurs/id1035524902?mt=2
 
Here is the awesome theme music to Poor Auteurs from our cool composer Nick Angeloni!
 
This is my podcast, Poor Auteurs, interviewing the unknown filmmakers and artists who make movies with no money. Every Monday morning I interview a creative in the indie movie business to talk to them about their experiences. Subscribe on iTunes so you don't miss a single episode. Next week, I interview filmmaker Julian Higgins about directing ...…
 
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