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Classic Film Jerks
Monthly
 
Join movie fans Michael DiGiovanni and Andrew Bloom as they set out to determine if all these so called classic films are indeed just that.
 
A podcast featuring Mike Jozic and Dustin Friesenhan discussing classic films, modern masterpieces, film scores, and transgressive cinema.
 
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JudyCast
Rare
 
JudyCast is a warm, friendly, and surreal show hosted by Judy Garland and co-starring a multitude of Hollywood and Broadway legends. Solely voiced and produced by Bill Phair, there's really no other podcast like it!
 
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On the latest episode of the podcast, we celebrate an anniversary of sorts for the cult-classic Coen Brothers film, The Big Lebowski. Mike and Dustin take to the roundtable to discuss in the parlance of our times this tale of greed, destiny, and mistaken identities. Music: "The Man In Me" (Bob Dylan), "Technopop" (Carter Burwell), & "Hotel Cali ...…
 
We watched 1976's Rocky with guest Christian Nielsen from the Pop Culture Retrofit Podcast and now we just want to cross the street if we see Rocky coming to avoid the small talk.
 
Andrew and Michael are joined by pal Eli as they try to recast The Terminator.
 
It's up, up, and away on the latest episode of the podcast as Dustin and Mike take to the roundtable to discuss Richard Donner's 1978 super-hero classic, Superman: The Movie. Will the man of steel be able to withstand our analysis of the film and emerge as a masterpiece or will will it, like kryptonite, bring the man of tomorrow down to be coun ...…
 
We watched 1978's The Deer Hunter and now all we want to do is work in a medieval flame factory.
 
On this episode Dustin and Mike discuss the 2011 prequel (or is it remake?) of John Carpenter's The Thing, The Thing. Our coverage of Carpenter's film is, by far, our single most popular episode to date so we thought that an analysis of van Heijningen and Heisserer's film at the roundtable was the best possible way to celebrate that. Add to tha ...…
 
Dustin and Mike return for another episode of the podcast to discuss the controversial, and much loved, 1971 satirical and violent Kubrick classic, A Clockwork Orange. Over the course of the roundtable chat we will evaluate the film's overall merit, its measure as a successful adaptation, and how well it stands in comparison to the book it was ...…
 
We watched 1940's The Shop Around The Corner with guest Jeff Somogyi from the Talkin' Chopp Podcast and now we want to avoid at all costs eating chicken noodle soup and red cabbage with Mr. Matuschek.
 
Dustin and Mike explode like twelve sticks of dynamite on this episode of the podcast as they discuss Sidney Lumet's 1957 courtroom classic, 12 Angry Men. Music: "Main Theme" (Kenyon Hopkins) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for free: itunes Stitcher
 
In the final installment of our films of Guillermo del Toro series we go out with a bang and tackle one of the director's favourite films, Hellboy 2. Join Dustin and Mike as they break down and discuss this early del Toro action/fantasy movie while dropping as much behind-the-scenes trivia as they can muster. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris ...…
 
We watched 1967's In The Heat Of The Night and now all we want to scream is SLAP, GUM and CHIWETEL EJIOFOR!
 
In the third installment of our films of Guillermo del Toro series we take a deep dive on the director's first foray into the world of comic book heroes, Blade 2. Join Dustin and Mike as they break down and discuss this early del Toro action/horror movie and drop a boatload of behind-the-scenes trivia. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris" Picke ...…
 
We watched 1931's Dracula with guest Dave Alexander the co-owner of Rue Morgue Magazine and now all we want to do is stare very, very intently and figure out how to properly say the name Renfield!
 
Continuing our celebrations of the films of Guillermo del Toro for our third annual October Fright Fest Spooktacular we move boldly into week two and discuss the contender for best giant cockroach movie of all time, Mimic! Join Dustin and Mike as they hit the roundtable (for the second time) and take a robust look at the director's cut of this ...…
 
Kicking off our third annual FYC Halloween Fright Fest Spooktacular is the first entry in our Films of Guillermo del Toro series, Cronos. This Spooktacular, Dustin and Mike have decided to cover four of del Toro's less talked about movies that, despite being fabulously good and entertaining, they do not currently have a place on the SIght & Sou ...…
 
On this week's podcast hosts Mike and Dustin take a deep dive on the seminal Amy Heckerling/Cameron Crowe collaboration, Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Check out the episode to find out whether the roundtable decide that this teen dramedy is worthy of the masterpiece title or relegates it to museum piece status. Music: "We Got the Beat" (The Go- ...…
 
We watched 1954's The Caine Mutiny with guest Paxton Holley from the I Read Movies Podcast and now we can't help but feel sorry for handsome plank face.
 
We are back and we're bringing with us an all-new episode of the podcast featuring acclaimed director Terrence Malick's 2005 historical epic, The New World, which we are putting to the test at the FYC roundtable. Will the film be deemed a masterpiece of world cinema or be merely be regarded as a classic film holding a position as a museum piece ...…
 
We watched 1955's Mister Roberts and now all we want to know is WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA?
 
On this episode of In Case You Were Considering... Dustin takes aim on The Asylum, the studio best known for their mockbusters and film series like Sharknado. Music: "Diabolus", "Immuration" (www.purple-planet.com) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for free: itunes Stitcher…
 
We watched 1951's A Streetcar Named Desire and now we desperately want a fan with those ribbons on it.
 
We're back on track with another great discussion of a film off of the 2012 Sight & Sound list of the greatest films of all time! This week at the roundtable Mike and Dustin take a look at Courtney Hunt's 2008 indie crime drama and Sundance darling, Frozen River. Check out the episode to hear whether we determine the film to be a masterpiece of ...…
 
Due to summer holiday plans, we will not be releasing a new episode of FYC this week. Next week, however, we will be continuing with our regularly scheduled programming and the film, Frozen River.
 
Ed Wood, Jr. is in the spotlight this week as your intrepid hosts discuss the 1959 sci-fi turkey classic, Plan 9 From Outer Space. Will Plan 9 get a masterpiece or museum piece verdict? Check out the podcast to hear how Dustin and Mike come down on one of the best worst films ever made. Also in this episode we announce our FYC100 contest winner ...…
 
On our Double-Feature recommend episode of the podcast Dustin and Mike tackle two films they have suggested to each other, and this month's results ended up being somewhat interesting. Discussed at the roundtable are Peter Jackson's 2009 fantasy/thriller, The Lovely Bones, and the 2011 Sam Liu directed adaptation of Grant Morrison's Superman ma ...…
 
It's that time again where we skip talking about a classic film to cover something a little more contemporary. On this installment of our monthly All Things Considered show Mike and Dustin talk about a film they would like to bring a bit more attention to, Takashi Miike's 2017 samurai manga adaptation, Blade of the Immortal. Also in this episod ...…
 
This week on the podcast we take a trip back to 1962 and spend some time with the characters of George Lucas' 1973 coming of age story, American Graffiti. Check out Mike and Dustin's breakdown of the film and see whether they vote the film as one of cinema's great masterpieces or relegate it to museum piece status. Music: Rock Around the Clock ...…
 
We watched 1968's 2001: A Space Odyssey and now we have no goddamn idea how to pronounce Keir Dullea's name.
 
Gaspar Noé is in the spotlight on this week's episode of the podcast as Dustin and Mike discuss the highly controversial 2002 thriller, Irréversible. It's another great roundtable with a deep dive on a film with a lot to unpack. Will the FYC crew deem Irréversible to be a masterpiece or a museum piece? You'll have to check out the show to find ...…
 
This week on the podcast sees Billy Wilder's 1970 classic, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, getting the roundtable treatment. Check out Dustin and Mike's take on this little discussed entry into the Sherlock Holmes expanded universe and see whether they determine it to be a clear masterpiece of the genre or relegate it to museum piece statu ...…
 
It's another all-new episode of All Things Considered! In this week's double-dip podcast we premiere our new Double-Feature format with Dustin and Mike each recommending a film to each other, then watching and reacting to it on the show. In this episode we have Ben Wheatley's 2016, Free Fire, and 2005's, The Call of Cthulhu, courtesy of the H.P ...…
 
On this week's podcast we deliver another All Things Considered featuring the brand-new Lucasfilm release, Solo: A Star Wars Story. Give us a listen to hear Mike and Dustin's hot take on this second anthology film from the Star Wars saga. Also on this episode, we break down our Patreon campaign and outline the new format changes to the All Thin ...…
 
This week on FYC we have Alejandro Jodorowsky's surrealist fantasy film, The Holy Mountain, up for discussion at the roundtable. Join hosts Dustin Friesenhan and Mike Jozic as they unpack the philosophy and symbolism of the film and determine whether or not it should be considered a masterpiece or a museum piece of world cinema. Music: Pantheon ...…
 
We watched 1952's High Noon with guest Erik J Martin from the Cineverse Group and now we want Tex Ritter to shut up.
 
This week Mike and Dustin shift gears a bit and discuss Gus Van Sant's 1991 indie classic, My Own Private Idaho. Will the film rate as a masterpiece or a museum piece at the roundtable? You'll have to check the podcast to find out. Also in this episode, Mike reveals his own private Idaho and Dustin suffers from narcolepsy. Music: Cattle Call (E ...…
 
On this week's episode of FYC we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the theatrical release for Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 classic mystery thriller, Vertigo. There's a lot to unpack and discuss with this film and Mike and Dustin take on the challenge of sorting through the artistry and sexual politics to one of Hitchcock's 'messiest' movies. Music: ...…
 
On this week's episode of FYC, hosts Mike and Dustin take on the 2010 reconstruction of Fritz Lang's 1927 dystopian sci-fi epic, Metropolis! Check out our discussion as we take a deep dive on the technical and artistic merits of the film and determine whether we think Metropolis is, indeed, a masterpiece or a museum piece.…
 
FYC is back with another all-new episode of our open review show, All Things Considered! This week on the podcast, hosts Dustin and Mike are discussing the 2018 Broken Lizard comedy, Super Troopers 2, as well as the 2009 mystery/thriller, Triangle, and the 1984 sci-fi sequel, 2010: The Year We Make Contact. If you're looking for great film focu ...…
 
We watched 1959's Anatomy Of A Murder and now all we want to do is eat at Sheldon's Shell Your Own Egg Shack.
 
This week on the podcast we welcome Film Runners', Billy Seguire, who has selected the 2001 J-Horror classic, Kairo, for discussion on the show! Listen in as we struggle to remember character names, dissect the English subtitles, and give the film the ol' FYC roundtable treatment to determine whether the film should be regarded as a masterpiece ...…
 
It's another brand-new episode of FYC and this week we are putting the spotlight on Stanley Kubrick's 1968 sci-fi classic, 2001: A Space Odyssey, which celebrates its landmark 50th anniversary this month. Join hosts Dustin and Mike as they delve deep into one of the most revered and thought-provoking sci-fi films of all time.…
 
On this week's edition of the podcast, hosts Mike and Dustin take to the open review format and talk about Ready Player One, the latest film from legendary director, Steven Spielberg. Also on the show, Kong: Skull Island and Vidocq!!
 
This week's episode of FYC features Jonathan Glazer's 2004 not-quite supernatural drama, Birth. Listen in as the discussion on the podcast gets heated with Mike and Dustin going toe-to-toe on a movie that is just as divisive now as it was upon its release fourteen years ago.
 
On another listener voted episode of FYC, Mike and Dustin tackle the film you asked for and that introduced the world to one of its biggest stars, Ishiro Honda's 1954 kaiju classic, Gojira!
 
We watched 1976's Network with guest John from the Classic Movie Reviews With Snark Podcast and now we're as mad as hell and are not going to look at your craggily face anymore!
 
This week's installment of FYC features another film picked by our loyal listeners, Stanley Kubrick's 1987 war epic, Full Metal Jacket. Join Mike and Dustin on the podcast as they square off against each other in order to determine whether or not the film is worthy to hold the title of masterpiece or if it belongs in a museum.…
 
This week on FYC an old idea gets a bit of a reimagining! Once a month we will be taking our All Things Considered open review show and adding films that are in current theatrical release to our regular discussion of various and sundry movies that tickle our fancy. Our first ATC under the new direction features Alex Garland's 2018 sci-fi thrill ...…
 
FYC returns with another episode of In Case You Were Considering..., the show where host Dustin Friesenhan watches the absolute worst in cinema so you don't have to. This week, Dustin endures the August Underground Trilogy for your listening pleasure. The series, touted as the sickest movies ever made, rate high on Dustin's sh*t list so be sure ...…
 
We watched 1970's MASH and now we want you to know that...hello, my name is Elliot Gould.
 
The results are in, the ballots counted, and the movie you guys wanted to see covered on this week's episode of FYC is Hayao Miyazaki's 1997 environmental cautionary tale, Princess Mononoke. Check out the episode to hear Mike and Dustin's discussion of the film and their determination as to whether or not this highly-regarded anime will be deem ...…
 
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