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A compare and contrast podcast of films from present to past. Showcasing movies connected by genre, creators, personal themes & social relevance, we discover the elements that make movies rewatchable (or not). Hosted by artist-filmmakers and longtime friends, Kraig Rasmussen & Seamus Smith.
 
FilmTalk is a weekly show where we talk about film! Join Jonathan Holt, and Jon Paul Canal as we discuss this weeks biggest stories in the world of movie news! This is the audio edition podcast of the main YouTube show, which you can find here: bit.ly/JonHoltYT
 
Hi, my name is Andrew, and I watch movies. I have watched thousands of movies in my life, and enjoy writing, and talking about them. There is no discrimination based on genre or age here, I watch 'em all, and podcast about them. Sometimes, I even watch the movies with other people, and have an after movie conversations on the show. I hope everyone enjoys the evolution of this podcast, and our journey through the film world together. Let's start the conversation!
 
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Happy 2021 everyone! Like many of you, we opened our Christmas Present of Wonder Woman '84 on the day it was released. So how did it add to our holiday? How does it add up to the first WW and other recent DC films? Plus, we talk briefly about other strong female characters with Stargirl, and the Amazon original film I'm Your Woman. Subscribe to Rep…
 
With the 3rd season of Cobra Kai dropping on Netflix as our first treat of 2021, this episode from our Patreon feed was poised and ready for the All Valley Tournament. We chat about the different themes playing out between different characters across the overall show, what it borrows from the formula in the original 3 films, then we take a hard loo…
 
'Tis the season for holiday themed episodes, and we wanted to rise to the challenge with an actual Christmas movie (with minimal explosions), and Netflix's Klaus did not disappoint. We have a blast talking about the 2D rendering and design styles, the incredibly timely, socially conscious story, and the unique take on the Santa Klaus mythos. Also, …
 
In the spirit of the still spooky season, we have the perfect "Thanksgiving" episode, and a blast, discussing Barry Sonnenfeld's wicked Addams Family Values from 1993. We spend a good chunk of our talk covering (& quoting) the knockout, brilliant script by Paul Rudnick, and Sonnenfeld's exquisite storytelling, but we also lavish attention on the to…
 
Continuing our tribute to the late Sean Connery, we tackle what is one of his most puzzling, crazy entries, and it also happens to be his final on screen performance. Why was this movie such a mess? How did it become instantly notorious? How is has it aged? Also, we discuss our favorite Connery movies, his overall career, and of course, James Bond.…
 
In our fist of two tributes to the first Scotsman of cinema, we tackle the Rock as a companion to our previous episode on Michael Bay's Armageddon. We discuss what the then-71-year-old Connery definitely added to the film, how he and Cage play off each other, the many different screenwriters who doctored this film, and then answer the most importan…
 
For a special PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION EVE show, we pulled a very appropriate unreleased episode from the vault. Although recorded over 3 years ago before we launched the podcast, this episode on the original and remake of the Manchurian Candidate could not be more timely. We tackle the differing takes each director, John Frankenheimer & Jonathan Demm…
 
In a rowdy and random, hilariously drunken Vodkast, we dig into the career of the muscles from Brussels, and run down a few odd entries from his career, "Black Eagle", "No Retreat, No Surrender" & "In Hell", all strangely involving Russia in one way or another. We talk about whether or not Jean Claude Van Damme is a truly good fighter, citing evide…
 
Continuing our spooky dive for Halloween, special guest J Gonzo joins us to talk more Cronenberg, with his extremely personal work, the Brood. We dive into the very bizarre story, the proto-Cronenbergian body horror, the most interesting Oliver Reed in the world, and what the filmmaker was getting at with this inspired entry in his canon. Support J…
 
We get spooky just in time for Halloween with a David Cronenberg spotlight double-feature. This time we look at Cronenberg's efforts to adapt Stephen King's the Dead Zone, and compare it to the rest of their respective film libraries, as well as the typical stylistic earmarks of both. Plus we talk acting, both big and small, as we tackle talkin' Wa…
 
With just 10 days until the 2020 Presidential Election, two films have arrived on streaming platforms from master documentarian Alex Gibney, which all America should watch and share. Agents of Chaos (HBOmax) & Totally Under Control (Hulu) encapsulate the two most important factors of the Trump era, honing in on facts and timelines of the Russia hac…
 
Our march toward the Presidential election continues with the 1990 John Cusack/James Spader political parable, True Colors. We dive into the dueling natures of idealism and ambition, along with some serious filmmaking interrogation, in a detailed, insightful and funny episode. Plus, we play more of our new game! Subscribe to Repeat Viewing wherever…
 
In a HUGE deviation from our normal episodes, we have come up with a game, and decided to spend an episode introducing it to give you a taste of the premium episodes you can find on our Patreon page (repeatviewpod). It was a breezy and hilarious use of our time, (and now your time,) to say the least. Subscribe to Repeat Viewing wherever you listen,…
 
As a vital Presidential election looms, and our "commander in chief" just spent a weekend in the hospital, coming out somewhat altered by the experience, Ivan Reitman's "Dave" from 1993 seems the only film we could possibly discuss this episode, and it's more relevant than ever! We chat about the endless layers of satire, humor and heart, and how t…
 
To hopefully complete an unintentional theme, we honor the recently passed, highly influential Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, by talking about the documentary with her initials, and then some. We weigh her impact in the court against our current national crises and share one of our best, most politically open minded conversations yet. …
 
Our biopic trilogy of appreciation in memory of Chadwick Boseman comes to a strong close with Marshall, the 2017 courtroom drama directed by Reginald Hudlin. As we mourn the passing of RBG, this story of the first black Supreme Court Justice was a timely watch and discussion in more ways than one. We peel back the dense layers of nuance, performanc…
 
Our celebration of Chadwick Boseman continues, with easily his funkiest biopic, Get On Up, directed by Tate Taylor. We discuss the very unique story structure, immersive make-up & costumes, use of music, and above all, Boseman's bravura chameleon performance. Plus we take a long look at the many fascinating and well rounded characters that populate…
 
It's tough to find the energy to do something as silly as a podcast while 2020 keeps showing us the ugly side of its ass, but here goes. Movies are still being watched. This week the films covered are 1BR, Uncle Peckerhead, Queen and Slim, and I'm thinking of Ending Things. The last of which includes a spoiler discussion with a bunch of friends. En…
 
With the recent sudden and shocking passing of Chadwick Boseman, it seems only right to honor his powerful work toward equality and the portrayal of positive, powerful black role models & icons. He left a strong legacy in an incredibly short career, and perhaps no film anchors that legacy better than the story of Jackie Robinson, 42. We discuss the…
 
After a three decade wait, the world has finally received Bill & Ted Face the Music, so it's only fitting that we close our sci-fi block with their entire trilogy. Returning guest, animator Neil McLean joins us to parse the many details and dissect the various special effects. Do these movies hold up? What did we notice after all this time? And how…
 
Join Andrew on a drive to Mount baker, and a hike through some summer snow. Today we are doing something different, chatting about a TV show. HBO's Watchmen completely blew me away, and is required viewing that needed to be covered on here. We are also gonna take a walk down memory lane with a discussion on Candyman. Check out my Patreon page https…
 
Today, Andrew reflects on bachelorhood, and some horror movies that support the single life. Tales of gaslighting so horrible that they will make you wonder why anyone ever trusts another person. This episode covers What Lies Beneath, The Invisible Man (2020), Ready or Not, and Get Out! Let's celebrate our independence with some HORROR!…
 
Welcome to week 690 of Quarantine. The road is long and hard, but we can all pull through with a little help from the movies. This week Andrew covers The Tax Collector (Rental), Raising Cain (Netflix), Blow Out (Hulu), The Gentlemen (Rental), Spree (Rental), La Llorona (Shudder), and Random Acts of Violence (Shudder) Check out my friend Bruce inter…
 
Our wild ride through the prophecy laden science fiction of the 1980s continues, bringing us to the meanest possible streets of old Detroit. With it's avalanche of bravado, social commentary and wit, the undeniable classic Robocop is ripe for another installment, even today. But how does the 2014 remake stack up against the OG Robo, and what does i…
 
It is week 329 of some form of lockdown, or it feels like it at least. The perfect film for the confusion and length of this year was viewed by Andrew; The Lighthouse. Powerful performances by Dafoe and Patterson. Radioactive, a film better than critics would say, Daniel isn't Real, and What We Do in Shadows are also discussed amongst others. Becom…
 
Our Science-Fiction-Social-Commentary exploration continues with the inescapable 80's action entry, the Running Man, loosely based on the book by Richard Bachman aka Stephen King. We discuss the world building and execution of both formats, along with the 1980s world that spawned both, and the super stark, startling reflections of our own world tod…
 
Today's episode is something new, and will become a segment on my Patreon page. Today we are taking a walk down memory lane with a film that helped shape childhoods from 1989 to present day. Andrew wasn't expecting to be so moved by an adult viewing of Honey I Shrunk the Kids, but such is 2020. Join for a drive up to Mount Baker with an extended ch…
 
What is it, March 193rd right now? Hell, I've lost track, and each day feels like 3. The cinema's are shuttered, but streaming platforms are thriving. Join Andrew as he discusses a wide array of titles available at your fingertips. Today we discuss, Host (a new Shudder movie), As Above So Below, The Rental (a rental), Portrait of a Lady on fire, an…
 
In perhaps our most detailed exploration so far, we dive into the '84 adaptation of 1984 by Michael Radford, weighing the quality of translation, the missing & present underlying themes, the classic story's applications to modern society, and what Orwell was up to with this idea. Plus, a TON of creative pondering on what a modern adaptation might b…
 
Covid blues got you down? Can't figure out what to watch while numbing the pain with your favorite illicit and licit drugs? Andrew has you covered! This week, Andrew trudges through Harriet and The Help, not the greatest experience there. Impetigore and Satan's Slaves were more of a bright spot, as was the new horror film Amulet. Topping them all w…
 
We turn our gaze to the American war machine with two films uncannily matched for such a task, sending us into a deep discussion about the heart of America and our penchant for imperialism. It is our second podcaster battle in a row, as we deeply debate one of these films. Buckle up for a crazy ride up river! Subscribe to Repeat Viewing wherever yo…
 
Theaters are still out of the equation due to all the madness, so join Andrew on the couch to chat about some at home options. On this episode, we will discuss the new classic musical Hamilton, the should be classic musical Eurovision (not sure that statement is true), the terrifying "Insidious", and the maybe middling "Sinister". Why does Ethan Ha…
 
Two films, one title. It's a no holds barred, bare knuckle brawl of a film chat, complete with some very unexpected twists, and a bevvy of deep cuts info on both movies. After the results of this match, expect us to do more vs. style episodes, because you're in for an intense and hilarious round!! Subscribe to Repeat Viewing wherever you listen, pl…
 
Welcome to a new chapter of Andrew Watches Movies; The Washington Chapter. The studio has moved from Los Angeles to Bellingham, and the change has done Andrew some good. Old attitudes are gone, replaced with new optimism. Join today for a conversation on Force of Nature, Irresistible, The Old Guard, Relic, You Should have Left, and Stir of Echoes.…
 
In an upbeat companion to our previous episode on Boyz in the Hood & Clockers, we follow the thread to relevant and connected tales, one an epic music biopic, the other perhaps THE quintessential stoner movie-- both are directed by the uber-talent F. Gary Gray. We tie everything together thematically between all four films, while also lavishing spe…
 
Continuing our discussion about the core issues at the heart of the Black Lives Matter protests, we turn our eyes on policing and the systemic marginalization of black Americans through two definitive classics. It's another talk laden with hard truths and fascinating observations, but also plenty of heart and fun along the way, because that is what…
 
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