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Every Friday we review films that are part of our non-stop festivals. These festivals will cover a treasure trove of topics about film history from famous directors to genres to modern classics and punishment reviews. We are here to dive deep into each film and educate ourselves and you along the way. And what better way to have these discussions than with old friends. Adam Sherlock and Adam Palcher had a podcast since 2007 named A Damn Movie Podcast with over 300 episodes, in 2019 we decide ...
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A talk show about the independent film industry.
Two men, one an American Ai engineer and game designer living in Seattle and an English documentary film maker living in Dover, England in conversation about AI, documentaries, chess, human stupidity and the future of the human race.
The voices of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival engage listeners in an entertaining, illuminating, and stimulating discussion around a variety of themes and topics rooted in Jewish cinema. Hosted by AJFF’s Sara Glassberg and Brad Pilcher, each episode will showcase exemplary films – from past AJFF favorites to hidden gems, from new releases to the classics.
In depth interviews with filmmakers who work in and around the Alps. We focus on the passion for the moving picture, be it documentaries, ficition, short or long form, experimental film... Here you will find every info about filming in South Tyrol and beyond.
Im Rahmen des Bolzano Film Festival Bozen haben die Female Views einen Talk zu "Frauen im Film" organisiert. Martine hat moderiert, die Gäst*innen waren Nela Märki, Co-Präsidentin der FAS (Film Association South Tyrol), Stephanie Aichner, Regisseurin von "Wie ich bin", Beatrix Dalsass, IDM Film Fund & Commission. Danke an Angelika König und Female …
This week we continue our Stop Motion Festival with Charlie Kaufman and his wild mind as we journey through the doldrums of what it takes to be the speaker at a customer service convention in Cincinnati. Truly a wild imaginative film, enjoy the discussion.
Join the chat as we review Alex Garland's terrifying new movie Men and a review of The Bob's Burgers Movie. Warning: Spoilers! And at some point, as always, the discussion will inevitably lead to Star Wars.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A review and discussion of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds on Paramount+, a preview of Bob's Burgers the Movie and a reaction to the She-Hulk trailer. Plus RRR is coming back to theaters! Of course, it all leads to Star Wars.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we get into an all-time scene between two generational actors appearing together for the first time on screen where Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro have a deep conversation in this classic diner scene in Michael Mann's Heat. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to …
Firestarter is in theaters and we have the review. Christina Ricci stars in the 1950s retro horror film Monstrous and director Chris Sivertson chats about it. Plus James Nunn, director of Shark Bait, talks about making indie horror on the ocean.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A preview of Pleasure, a shocking tale of the modern adult film industry. Plus early reactions to Tom Cruise in Top Gun: Maverick. And when will we debate about Star Wars? Hilarity ensues.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Happy Other Mother Day!! This week we begin a new Stop Motion Animation Festival with the classic Neil Gaiman tale Coraline. A tale of a young brave girl moving into a new apartment complex with alternate versions of her family tempting her to sell her soul for selfish reasons. Enjoy the conversation!…
Chris Gore and Alan Ng debate Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. Again! Plus interviews with The Twin director Taneli Mustonen and The Ravine director Keoni Waxman who discuss their indie films opening the same day as Doctor Strange 2. Spoilers!By Film Threat Podcast Network
Is it a hit or a miss? Our review of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness as Chris Gore and Alan Ng debate their opposing views of the new film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Beware of spoilers.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Reviews of Liam Neeson's thriller Memory, Finnish indie horror film Hatching, Indian action film KGF Chapter 2, plus Hatching director Hanna Bergholm joins the livecast. And Alan Ng talks about films from the San Francisco International Film Festival.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A chat about exploitation flicks like Attack of the 50 Foot Cam-Girl. Plus Jimmy Hunt and Scott MacQueen discuss the restoration of the 1953 classic Invaders from Mars. And Chris explains actor Keir Dullea's lost sci-fi series The Starlost.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This episode we break down the hilariously painful scene from Doug Liman's 1996 indie comedy Swingers where Mike, Jon Favreau, has a quick relationship with an answering machine. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you see. Follow us for …
Will The Northman rule the weekend? Is The Bad Guys going to usurp Sonic 2? The Northman director Robert Eggers joins the livecast for an interview. Plus an Earth Day conversation with Chloe & Theo filmmaker Monica Ord.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we dive into an additional installment of our Complicated Failures Festival with the odd and strange biographical story of Mark Hogancamp, a victim of a brutal attack and some unusual coping mechanisms are explored in the underwhelming Robert Zemeckis production of Welcome To Marwen.
Has Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore doomed the Harry Potter franchise? Will Mark Wahlberg and Father Stu ignite the spark for faith-films? Plus filmmaker Riley Stearns talks about his indie sci-fi film Dual and actress Karen Gillan.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Nicolas Cage plays Nicolas Cage in the action comedy The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent. Chris Gore and Alan Ng discuss the film on a special Hollywood on the Rocks edition of the Film Threat Podcast. Drink when Chris and Alan talk about movies!By Film Threat Podcast Network
Will Michael Bay's Ambulance return the prolific director back to action master status? Plus more on The Northman, Sonic the Hedgehog 2 and director Adam Sigal chats about his indie film Chariot. Chris Gore and Alan Ng review them all and battle it out!By Film Threat Podcast Network
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 arrives into theaters! Could this be the greatest video game movie of all time? Chris Gore and Alan Ng offer their initial reactions and chat about that latest news. Plus early takes on The Northman and Ambulance.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This episode we dive into the iconic scene from the original 1999 film The Blair Witch Project where our main character Heather apologizes for all of her naivety throughout the film. CLASSIC scene and great discussion. Join us! Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the…
Reviews of Morbius, Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore plus interviews with indie movie legend Lloyd Kaufman of Troma and the filmmakers behind the indie horror film The Yellow Wallpaper, actress Alexandra Loreth and director Kevin Pontuti.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Hollywood on the Rocks tackles the Indian action epic by S. S. Rajamouli RRR, plus the Will Smith/Oscars aftermath, review of the Moon Knight series on Disney+ and nudist Tim Chizmar talks about his indie comedy The Nudels of Nudeland.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we end out our Complicated Failures Festival with the confusing and complicated Wachowski film Cloud Atlas with our friend Tyler Beck from @threefilmspod. So many storylines, so many characters, so many opinions. Enjoy!
In dieser Episode sprechen wir mit Helene Christianell und Angelika König über die Arbeit und die Liebe zum Kino, die es braucht, um ein Event wie das Bolzano Filmfestival Bozen auf die Beine zu stellen. Das Festival läuft vom 5.4. bis zum 10.4. und im Programm laufen 2022 mehr als 70 Filme. Hier findet ihr alle Infos zum Bolzano Film Festival Boze…
Our Friday livestream has reviews of Everything Everywhere All At Once with Michelle Yeoh, The Lost City with Sandra Bullock, plus Star Trek, The Batman Joker deleted scene and interviews with the filmmakers behind A Perfect Vintage and Violin Madness.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This episode we dive into the classic and timeless Peter Finch's on-air outrage scene from Sidney Lumet's 1976 film Network. I hope you're MAD AS HELL as you watch our analysis of this scene and discuss the relevance it has in today's age. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subs…
Reviews of the weekend's film fare including X, The Outfit, Alice, Win a Trip to Browntown! and more. Plus filmmaker interviews including Broadcast Signal Intrusion director Jacob Gentry and Win a Trip to Browntown! director George A. Tramountanas.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Will the Halo TV show suffer the same fate as Star Wars, Star Trek and other popular franchises? Chris Gore and Alan Ng discuss the good, the bad and the ugly on a special Hollywood on the Rocks edition of the Film Threat Podcast.By Film Threat Podcast Network
The 2022 SXSW Film Festival is in full swing and Alan Ng along with the Film Threat team have reviews of the best from Austin including Clean, Linoleum, Omoiyari, Raquel 1:1, Slash/Back, A Vanishing Fog, Soft and Quiet and more.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Something has taken possession of the minds of the populace. Kim, Mac and Jane try to convince themselves it's paranoia, but soon the city is besieged. Director Michael Mongillo discusses his psychological horror film starring Tony Todd, The Changed.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we review post-LOTR Peter Jackson's confusing choices in The Lovely Bones. Which centers on a young girl who has been murdered and watches over her family? - and her killer? - from purgatory? I guess? Enjoy the conversation!
Chris Gore and Alan Ng review the weekend's film fare including The Hyperions, Turning Red, Infinite Storm and The Changed. Plus filmmaker interviews with Offseason director Mickey Keating and Occupation: Rainfall director Luke Sparke. Hilarity ensues.By Film Threat Podcast Network
A flash in the sky results in strange dreams. Upon awakening, August investigates a cave near her house— and inside she finds a strange, injured boy called “The Traveler.” Director Kirby McClure chats about his indie sci-fi film Spaghetti Junction.By Film Threat Podcast Network
After a second viewing, Film Threat's Chris Gore and Alan Ng revisit The Batman and have a spoiler-filled conversation. Plus reviews of other films including Mother Schmuckers and special guest Wes Miller, director of Bruce Willis' new film A Day to Die.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we break down one of Quentin Tarantino's best scenes as we join Hans Landa and his jew hunting ways in the opening scene of Inglourious Basterds. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you see. Follow us for more interaction and co…
Riddler! Penguin! Catwoman! And The Batman! They're all here! Film Threat's Chris Gore and Alan Ng debate, discuss, and dissect this new incarnation of the Dark Knight, Matt Reeves' The Batman. But how does it measure up to previous Batman movies?
Two families meet for a long overdue reunion in the remote West Texas desert. Harboring secrets and facing private crises, they test the boundaries of marriage, friendship, and parenthood. Director Brett Wagner chats about his indie drama The Big Bend.By Film Threat Podcast Network
Questa puntata speciale di Film in the Alps è tutta all’insegna del corto! In collaborazione con IDM Film Fund & Commission Martine ha condotto la moderazione del primo Film Jour Fixe del 24.02.2020 - serata che viene pubblicata nella sua interezza in questa puntata di Film in the Alps. Gli ospiti sono Enrico Vannucci, direttore artistico di TSFM -…
Some veterans take part in an unusual art project designed to help them deal with the leftover trauma associated with their combat experiences. Director Talia Lugacy discusses her harrowing drama This Is Not a War Story.By Film Threat Podcast Network
This week we continue our Complicated Failures Festival with one of the Coen brothers most panned films the 1955 remake of The Ladykillers. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you see.