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On _This Film is Lit_ we finally settle the score on one simple question… Is the book really better than the movie? Bryan has a film degree. He watches the movie but doesn't read the book. Katie has two English degrees, so she does things the right way and reads the book before we watch the movie. Prepare to be wowed by our expertise and charm as we dissect all of your favorite film adaptations and decide whether the silver-screen or the written word did it better. Turn it up, settle in, and ...
 
Welcome to the podcast, our names are Dillon and Fortune, and we are the hosts here at Cinescussion. We spend most of our time delving into films, television, video games, and sometimes...life. We've had a lot of great discussions and eventually we realized that some of you might love to hear them and, maybe, even have some opinions of your own to share with us. We hope you enjoy the podcast.
 
Film Philosophy is a project that was always something needing to be started. To engage with the film community and create something that we can all share. Sam Mascaro and myself; Alex Martinez , are setting out to do the unthinkable. A podcast, that is directly influenced by the audience, what you want to see, when you want to see it. We not only plan to do the show but would also love to do many other events. So stay tuned Philosophers, and enjoy!
 
Welcome to Not Just For Kids. Once a week we will revisit the movies we loved as children, looking at their place in the history of family films, the themes they explore and if they’re any good. Each season we will focus on a different area: be it a particular film studio, director or time period. And each week we will invite a guest onto the podcast who will offer their own perspective on the films being covered that week.
 
Every week the Flixwatcher crew team up with other podcasters to talk about what to watch on Netflix! Flixwatcher is hosted by Helen Sadler and Kobi Omenaka. Every episode discusses and rates a film from Netflix as chosen by special guests from other podcasts using our unique Flixwatcher scoring system. We tackle classic films including Woody Allen's "Manhattan" and "Pulp Fiction" , Netflix Originals such as "Amanda Knox" and "Beasts of No Nation" through to bargain bin b-movies such as Shar ...
 
NOIR TALK is a podcast devoted to discussing the Film Noir Foundation. It is the foundation’s mission to find and preserve noir films in danger of deterioration, damage or loss, and to ensure that high quality prints of these classic films remain in circulation for theatrical exhibition to future generations. The views and opinions of guests do not necessarily reflect those of the Film Noir Foundation, or its directors and advisors.
 
You've re-read this book a thousand times. You've memorized every panel of this graphic novel. You know every line and lyric from this anime, TV series, or musical. Only one question remains: What would happen if it was made into a movie? Skye Thorleifson presents 'Adaptational', a discussion of every facet of the adaptation process. Each episode introduces a new story that has yet to be made into a film, and asks: What if it was given a chance on the big screen? Could it be adapted to film? ...
 
That Anime Show creator Terri Doty is back with Obscure Chatter! It’s a show made with the movie-lover within all of us in mind! She’s minimizing the inevitable groans associated with personal film bias. In the style of normal audio commentary tracks, Terri edits out mentions of key factors while talking about a plethora of topics during a film’s run time. You don’t want to miss out!
 
Join actress and writer Briana McZant and comedian Maddy McZant for their book to film adaptation review podcast, recorded all the way from middle-earth. Every two weeks Briana and Maddy discuss how well, or not so well, a movie was adapted from the book it was based off. Special guests often drop by the recording studio to add their flavour to the mix and keep the McZants on their toes. If you love books, movies, or funny lesbians talking about books and movies then this is the podcast for ...
 
A Vague Idea is a comedy / trivia podcast hosted by Nate Ragolia & Shannon Paige, with (sometimes) John Peros. Each week, we subject our special guests to a themed list of topics from pop culture, news, politics, history, and more, and find out if they have "A VAGUE IDEA". We also play an array of games, tell stories, offer hot takes, crack jokes, rant, and crown the episode's winner.
 
It is a truth universally acknowledged that two women obsessed with Jane Austen will inevitably start a podcast about it. Join Annie and Jessie - two women of the modern era, general book lovers and internet nerds - as they dive into the books, the adaptations and all the other inspired works of the woman whose brand remains strong to this day. From Sense & Sensibility to Clueless, we're tackling them all!
 
How do we understand the places we visit (and even the places we’ve never been)? As a shorthand, we use agreed-upon touchstones - famous places, famous people famous foods, and, of course, dreams. Dreamed-up people and dreamed-up places and dreamed-up things. This podcast looks at a culture's icons - real and imagined - to see what they say about the culture itself, as well as the outsiders who've elevated those icons above all others.
 
By 2021, worldwide video games sales are expected to hit $140 billion – Last year there were over two billion gamers in the world. Although still male dominated, around 41% of gamers in 2020 were female. AbleGamers estimates that there are 33 million gamers with disabilities in the US alone. Numbers for LGBTQ+ and BIPOC gamers are unreliable and under researched. What we do know is that all these groups are underrepresented within the gaming world.The designers and developers are still large ...
 
The sound of stage and silver screen with weekly curated shows hosted by Amanda Stefaniuk on a dedicated movie and TV related topic with soundtrack music spanning the 1930s - today! Listen to a mix of artists from decades of movie soundtracks alongside some of Hollywood's greatest composers including Bernard Hermann, Ennio Morricone, Jerry Goldsmith, Lalo Schrifin, John Barry, Henry Mancini and more. Find out more at www.mondohollywood.ca
 
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Jungle Cruise starring The Rock and Emily Blunt that released in July is the latest in Disney films that are based on original theme park attractions. Bryce and David talk through the history of Ride to Film adaptions, the good, the bad, and the ugly (Haunted Mansion 2003?). Do you know all the movies based on Disney attractions? The guys also play…
 
Film critic Lisa Nesselson tells us about one of the most anticipated films of 2021: "Dune", directed by Denis Villeneuve. Starring Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson and Zendaya, it's the latest adaptation of the Frank Herbert opus, which some call the greatest sci-fi novel of all time.By FRANCE 24 English
 
Paul Costello and Emma Kathryn from The Yearbook Committee podcast return to Flixwatcher remotely to review Paul’s choice Adaptation. Adaptation is the 2002 Charlie Kaufman comedy-drama directed by Spike Jonze and starring Nicolas Cage as Kaufman and his fictional twin brother Donald. It also stars Meryl Streep as real life author Susan Orlean and …
 
Jeff and Seth return to the show to talk about FILM ADAPTATIONS. We discuss Dune, The Hobbit Trilogy, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Watchmen and more. We play I See What You Did There and Thunderdome. But we fail to discuss those delightful novelizations of film adaptations of already existing properties... Rats! Check out Seth at Meow Wolf …
 
Welcome to DEATH BY ADAPTATION, Clapper's monthly book club. In this episode, we discuss Bret Easton Ellis' AMERICAN PSYCHO and its 2000 adaptation by Mary Herron, plus Martin Scorsese's religious period piece SILENCE and the importance of Shūsaku Endō's novel. Host: Nicolò Grasso Featuring: Ewan Gleadow Music: "The Jazz Piano" Royalty Free Music f…
 
He arrived at the head of a venerated cultural institution at one of the most critical moments of its 300-year history, as the Paris Opera grappled with a pandemic, prolonged strikes and ethical questions about diversity both on and off the stage. Yet its director Alexander Neef is not one to shy away from a challenge. He joins us in the studio to …
 
British electronic duo Jungle appeared out of nowhere in late 2013 as a mystery group, but their slick funk-pop singles quickly propelled them to fame. Their 2014 self-titled debut album was certified Gold in the UK and their follow up album "For Ever" confirmed their success around the world. This summer, they released their third studio album "Lo…
 
All right, remember - alcohol equals puke equals smelly mess equals nobody likes you! This week for featuring an Arquette we are going to a foundational film of Aaron's childhood...explains so much about him...as we watch 1998's The Wedding Singer. With it being Christina's first time watching it will it reach the high note or will she be screaming…
 
In this special episode, Madison & Emily are joined by Reel Friend Peter Lee to take a look back at episodes 1-19. Listen in as they discuss what movies they missed within each genre, their favorite moments, settle some hot debates, and a few important corrections. Plus, join us next week for 'When Harry Met Sally' & Other Realistic Romantic Comedi…
 
It's an hour of soundtracks of TV shows that made it to the big screen over the years such as The Beverly Hillbillies, The Munsters and Get Smart. Besides tracks by composers such as Jerry Goldsmith, Marc Shaiman and Hans Zimmer, some of the stars of the films will even sing for you including Jim Varney and Bruce McCulloch. And no TV remake show wo…
 
They're not rats, or frats, but they were once the teen templars of American popular culture. This week, Dave and Monica are on the program to discuss the Brat Pack. We delve into The Breakfast Club, John Hughes, Mare Winningham, Sixteen Candles and more. We play I See What You Did There, How Many Brats!?, and more! And we find out that each of us …
 
We’re happy to have our second in-booth session since the lockdown in early 2020. Both host and guest are fully vaxxed. Our September episode has Terri watching [CENSORED] with friend and colleague Kristen McGuire! Here are some things Terri and Kristen discuss: 1st night of the sleepover Long-fingered ladies Clifford the Normal Human The Duke of D…
 
Blake, Jamie and Terrence circle up to discuss the newest episode of What If: What If Killmonger Saved Tony Stark? We discuss the episode, what makes Killmonger such a good character, and the history of the X-Men franchise and why the 2000 movie set up the types of themes and conversations we continue having in Marvel movies and this very episode. …
 
Frank Grillo returned to The Playlist Podcast to talk to the boys about a Grillo-Pad (our chosen name for Grillo’s fan group) could ever want. During the conversation, Grillo also spoke about a possible return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Crossbones or perhaps an alternate universe version of The Punisher, "The Purge," which he spilled some …
 
It was the dream of the late artist couple, Bulgarian-born Christo and his French wife Jeanne-Claude. As they gazed out of their window in the early 1960s, they imagined wrapping Paris's Arc de Triomphe monument in fabric. They laid out detailed drawings and instructions on how to transform the landmark structure and today, their vision has been po…
 
Fiona Murphy is an award-winning Deaf poet and author. Her work has been appeared in The Guardian, ABC, The Age, Kill Your Darlings, Overland, The Saturday Paper, Griffith Review, The Big Issue, and in many other outlets. Her debut memoir, The Shape of Sound, was released by Text Publishing in 2021. In this conversation with James Roy, Fiona talks …
 
James DeMonaco is the writer, director, and overall creative mastermind behind “The Purge” franchise. And over the past decade or so, the filmmaker has focused on his massively popular thriller franchise. However, his new film, “This is the Night,” is something completely different, but it also might be his most personal to date. And on this episod…
 
Lauren Groff's new novel, Matrix, her first since Fates and Furies, is a defiant and timely exploration of the raw power of female creativity in a corrupted world. Lauren Groff is a two-time National Book Award finalist and The New York Times–bestselling author of three novels, The Monsters of Templeton, Arcadia, and Fates and Furies. https://laure…
 
Hey y'all, Let's talk about bonnets, baby! We're just tickled to say that Emma Fraser has returned to the show for our discussion of the costumes in Joe Wright's PP (which, let's be honest, is really mostly a discussion of the green dress in Atonement.) Also, we're so excited to say we're doing a panel at New York Comic Con! Our panel is Saturday n…
 
Crank up the jazz, pour yourself a gin rickey, and try not to put too much faith in the stock market — we’re headed back to the roaring 20s old sport. It’s The Great Gatsby, and This Film is Lit. Let Me Sum Up Guess Who? Was That in the Book? Lost in Adaptation Better in the Book Better in the Movie The Movie Nailed It Odds and Ends Final Verdict O…
 
“You know, kindergarten is like the ocean. You don't want to turn your back on it." For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Aardman, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family fil…
 
Christa is joined by Kelly Clark from DorkTales to talk about Stephen King's 1982 novella "The Body," and Rob Reiner's 1986 film adaptation of it Stand By Me. Subscribe to the Lazor Comb Patreon to access hours of bonus preamble audio, exclusive shows like LAZOR COMB TONIGHT!, our monthly movie commentary show TOO MUCH COMMENTARY! the monthly Beast…
 
What does it mean to be the last man on Earth? What would happen if everyone with a Y chromosome suddenly died? These are the questions explored in the new FX on Hulu series, “Y: The Last Man.” And on this episode of The Playlist Podcast, showrunner Eliza Clark joins to talk about her new series and its long road to production. --- Send in a voice …
 
Which would be worse - to live as a monster? Or to die as a good man? This week Aaron and Christina go back to the Leo and Marty partnership with 2010's Shutter Island. Will this 50 mystery leave them stranded for good things to say or will they go crazy with conspiracies and theories? Follow Aaron; https://twitter.com/AaronJayBrooks Follow Christi…
 
In episode 19 of Reel Friends, Madison & Emily venture to Mordor to watch the entire 'Lord of the Rings' trilogy in an epic quest to attempt to cure their hangovers. Join them as they discuss other great hangover movies, who the true heroes are in the film, and what they think Legolas's sweat smells like*. Plus, buckle up and join us next week for …
 
Blake, Terrence and Jamie are back this week to talk What If...Zombies! And we continue our look at Marvel's history in cinema with 2003's Hulk and TV's Spider-Man looking at these entries in each characters history and why they have had the impact they have on modern movies.
 
Since this episode was a few days late, we went ahead and did a live stream of the episode across a couple of different platforms and was able to turn out this 31 minute episode looking at 2021's "The Suicide Squad" and our favorite five Ensemble Films. The 3 Star Review over the movie by Brian Tallerico of RogerEbert.com https://www.rogerebert.com…
 
Laura Hulthen Thomas is the author of 'States of Motion,' a short story collection (from Wayne State University Press); she also heads the undergraduate creative writing program at the University of Michigan's Residential College, teaching fiction and creative nonfiction. A story that she performed on this podcast is going to be published this mont…
 
This week the discussion is on the Best Picture nominees that were released in 1994. Bob and Mark disagree a bit on the margins, but end up finding more common ground than...uncommon? It rambles on a bit (almost 90 minutes!), perhaps because of the skipped episode missed while Bob was in Milwaukee at a wedding (only the one, and no funerals). Spoil…
 
Nyxly makes a plan as she goes and gets the better of Supergirl - but not before she and the Superfriends take on the issue of recidivism and Kelly continues her journey toward becoming Guardian. Enjoy our breakdown of the episode! The post MOS 150 – S6E10 – Still I Rise appeared first on Golden Spiral Media- Entertainment Podcasts, Technology Podc…
 
Director Oliver Stone, actresses Dylan Penn and Lea DeLaria and photographer David Turnley reflect on the September 11 attacks, 20 years on. As one of the few photographers who recorded the Twin Towers fall right in front of him, Pulitzer Prize winner David Turnley takes us through his powerful images and takes us back to the day that changed the w…
 
Thousands of people have gathered at Les Invalides, the national memorial site in Paris, as the country pays tribute to the actor Jean-Paul Belmondo, who died on Monday aged 88. In this special edition, FRANCE 24's James Creedon, film critic Lisa Nesselson and journalist Madison Mainwaring speak to Eve Jackson about the life and career of one of Fr…
 
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