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Bob and Mark are regular American guys exploring different countries and cultures through the holiday experience of Christmas. They enjoy festive movies, music, food, and customs. Each episode features the two visiting a new international location. It's like a global Christmas party!
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Foreign Policy economics columnist Adam Tooze, a history professor and a popular author, is encyclopedic about basically everything: from the COVID shutdown, to climate change, to pasta sauce. On our new podcast, Tooze and FP deputy editor Cameron Abadi will look at two data points each week that explain the world: one drawn from the week’s headlines and the other from just about anywhere else Tooze takes us. Check out Adam Tooze’s column at https://foreignpolicy.com/author/adam-tooze/.
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Death By DVD: When watching is never enough. We here at Death By DVD sit painfully through hours and hours of movies so you, the public, can make an informed decision of what you put in your ear holes and eye holes. Some of these films are good, some bad, and some even unmentionable; but ALL have one thing in common : Watching all of these movies will one day melt our brains into a sloppy wet mush. No need to thank us, we were already methodically destroying ourselves with cinema. At least t ...
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Awesome Movie Year is a podcast co-hosted by film critic Josh Bell and filmmaker and comedian Jason Harris. Each season looks at why a certain year was an awesome movie year. Each episode focuses on a different film from the year being investigated. Produced by David Rosen of the Piecing It Together Podcast for the All Points West Podcast Network
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Across the world, from Europe to Asia, the Americas to the Middle East, tensions are rising between nation states. Traditional alliances and alignments are constantly evolving in the 21st century. An understanding of defence and security policy and the tides of political, social and economic changes is crucial for any informed understanding of our world. 2024 sees war in Europe and Israel, and elections in major economies, including the US, the UK, Taiwan, South Africa, and many others. Insu ...
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A sophisticated podcast about foreign films for beautiful people (like you). We look at each film and the time and place it was made. We also make people guess how old Jim Broadbent is in all his different movies. Film // History // Comedy
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Film Yak is a weekly podcast featuring in-depth movie discussions. Each week one of our cohosts chooses a film for the three of us to watch, discuss, debate, angrily gripe about, and sometimes even praise. After the discussion, we play a nice round of Letterboxd roulette to see what film two of the cohosts will be saddled with watching and reporting on during the subsequent episode. Follow us on IG: @filmyakpodcast Subscribe to us and rate us on iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to po ...
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Docs in Orbit is an artist-led podcast for independent, non-fiction filmmakers. Since launching in April 2020, we have produced over 50 episodes that explore the diverse artistic approaches present in contemporary non-fiction cinema, the challenges filmmakers face as they work with the moving image, and modern approaches to film curation. Docs in Orbit is a top ranking TV & Film Interview podcast in over 30 countries. All episodes are free across several platforms (Spotify, Apple Podcasts, G ...
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The club for lovers and makers of Film. From shots and dialogue to casting and score, we unpack little-known indies, box office smashes, documentaries, foreign language and everything in between. Hosted by Actor Maisie Williams, Casting Director Hannah Marie Williams, and Filmmaker Lowri Roberts, come and join us as we navigate the mad world of film. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Brattle Film Podcast

The Brattle Theater, Ian Brownell, Ivy Moylan, Ned Hinkle, Alissa Darsa

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The official podcast of Boston's unofficial film school: The Brattle Theatre. Since 1953 the Brattle has been a home for film lovers to gather and share great cinema; showing an eclectic mix of classic, cutting-edge, foreign, cult, and art-house movies on 35mm film, digital projection, and now virtually.
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One Final Scare

Minki Kim & Tracy Mathews - Horror Lovers

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Once coworkers, always friendly competitors for the spotlight, Minki Kim and Tracy Mathews share their love of horror movies — and talking over each other — by retelling every gory detail of one horror film each week. Join these creatives by day, novice film critics by night, as they walk through one movie from start to finish with the hopes that listeners will come back...for one final scare. Find us on iTunes (click on far left icon above), Google Play, Player FM, Stitcher, Spotify, Tune I ...
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Each week on Movietalk Hans Petrovic and guests review three films currently showing in Christchurch theatres, covering all types of film from art-house to mainstream. Giving listeners an in-depth explanation of the film and what kind of audience would appreciate it most, Hans also keeps listeners up to date with information on upcoming film festivals, Oscar predictions and a Top Ten Films list at the end of each year. Tune in every Wednesday at 12noon. Movietalk is hosted by Hans Petrovic, ...
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Water Over Toilet Paper

Prasanna Karthik & Jathin

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A budget NRI with a foreign accent and an Indian Indian with an Indian accent indulge each other in their love for films and their passionate views on toilet etiquette. The Indian recommends an Indian film and the foreigner recommends a foreign film (vice-versa) every week and talk about it together. The recommendations range from obscure indie films to mainstream hot garbage. We do it cause screw toilet paper.
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Well Good Movies

David Osgar and Craig McDonald

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The podcast with crazy challenges, big questions, and lively discussions all from people who love entertainment. We look back at history to choose what films go in our movie vault, as well as challenge ourselves and our guests to our always fun movie end-game! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The Accidental Film Club

The Accidental Film Club (Paul Conway & Eduardo Shima)

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Singing the praises of truly great, but lesser-known, films. All the love, none of the spoilers! Classics, indies, foreign language stuff and movie gems you may have missed. Come join us. Feel the love. https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Accidental-Film-Club/939059759493511?fref=ts
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Sh*t My Pants

Kieran O'Brien & Liam O'Brien

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Two complete wimps who love horror movies (but are easily scared by them) talk about the movies they're watching. Each week we will discuss one big-budget/classic/well-known film, and one lesser-known/ foreign language film and discuss how much we shit our pants while watching them.
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Welcome to the Ray Taylor Show: Movie and TV Show Reviews, where we bring you reviews of the latest movies and TV shows as well as classic and foreign films. Hosted by Ray Taylor, this podcast features honest and engaging discussions on all things film and television. If you're looking for a new show to binge or want to know if that blockbuster is worth the trip to the theater, or just want to hear some thoughts on a classic or foreign film, the Ray Taylor Show has you covered. New episodes ...
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In a world where critics and fans focus on the flaws, we're here to spread positivity and bask in the brilliance of every movie we encounter—or at least, try our best. Join Ben and Brendan as they review films without saying absolutely anything negative about them and safely guide you through the film's potentially turbulent Critic and Community responses*. *WARNING: Ben and Brendan take no responsibility for any negativity you may experience during this segment.
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You don’t have to love Christmas to love this podcast. Film critic Collin Souter and renowned sheep expert Kerry Finegan delve into every type of Christmas movie they can find. Classics, non-classics, horror, Hallmark, obscurities, foreign, shorts, TV specials, unnecessary sequels and remakes. Even films that you might not think of as traditional Christmas movies. The great, the awful and the unusual, all year round.
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Recluse Horror reviews all types of horror films from the silent film era on, occasionally sharing some insights into cinema history and film-making techniques, often expositing about the base fears evoked by great horror films, proper storytelling techniques, symbolism in films, and any number of other related topics. The hosts also go off on unrelated tangents and make bad jokes. While once a daily podcast, it currently releases approximately every two weeks.
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This is a podcast all about novels and movies! Thanks for listening and being here! If you're loving this podcast, please rate it, subscribe, leave a review, and share it with anyone you know who you think will love it, too! Follow @alwaysnovelsandmovies for more fun! TikTok: https://tiktok.com/@alwaysnovelsandmovies
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WREVIEW.

PIPE Network

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Pinoy screen-junkie [not a film major] reviews both Pinoy and Foreign TV series and movies. A proud member of Pilipinas Indie Podcast and Entertainment Network. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/wreviewpodcast/support
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The FilmSeekers podcast covers film news, festival coverage and reviews films, documentaries - whether they are art house, vintage or the latest releases.We feature the UK Box Office Top 10 and have our very own quiz for guests.We aim to take you to films outside of your comfort zone from across the world.We're fun and informative, with a side of good humour.Join us.We Seek Films.FilmSeekers.com
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Cinema Scene

CinemaScene.org

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Film reviews with Morton Marcus and Richard von Busack. Each half hour episode our hosts talk about 4 current films and discuss aspects of film it's history and it's influences on society. The show contains a unique segment called Video Corner where the hosts provide suggestions for movie rentals relating to that episodes theme. Finally before saying goodbye you are provided with a quick summary of that weeks review ratings; "I'll recommend it."
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Have You Ever Seen

Ryan Ellis & Bev Ellis

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We were "The Top 100 Project". Now we're this. And "we" are Ryan and Bev Ellis, two married Canadians who review (mostly) classic movies (sometimes humorously) every Monday morning.
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Bond By Numbers is a celebration of the James Bond world. More an enthusiast's journey than an expert's quest, each episode investigates the world of a different 007 production or topic with in-depth conversation, opinion and regular features. If you like your podcasts well-researched but crave the down-to-earth energy of amateur minds, join life-long 007 fans Scott, Josh and Jeff for a fresh look at one of the entertainment world's most successful franchises.
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Join Me and My Friend Orengo go through Classic Foreign Films and go the Cinema History and as well give you guys an analysis of the film and discuss them. Plus enjoy how our Two Different backgrounds merge into a great film discussion.
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Slashers Prefer Blondes

Slashers Prefer Blondes Podcast

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Hey Girls and Ghouls! Slashers Prefer Blondes is a horror film podcast hosted by three brunettes: Natalie, Heidi, and Laura. Join us as we dive into a broad range of horror films including classics, foreign horror, indie darlings, and modern/recent releases. Don‘t fret if you haven‘t seen the film, we‘ll walk you through it and break it down for you. Logo Created by @juniordaisiesart on Instagram Theme Music by retrosounds
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Being a Filipino in a foreign country isn't easy. Adapting to Western dating norms, being a citizen-immigrant, working in the film industry, and adulting in your thirties can be tough for anyone to navigate on their own. Host Robert Ryan Reyes dives deep into these topics with friends and family across Asia and North America. Get comfy and pour yourself a drink - or two, or three. Just don't take any of this too seriously.
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A podcast where an anime-obsessed expat with a passion for foreign cinema, an auteur-loving actor who’s also a dedicated completist, and a gay Marvel fanboy stranded in the suburbs come together across three time zones to discuss the week’s big release and how it connects to the significant topics in movie culture! - Podcast currently on hiatus, but updating regularly with previously unavailable episodes from our first year of podcasting. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/ ...
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Is western media out of ideas? Are english-language films bankrupt of style? Are foreign films simply better? Ben & Brendan field a call that asks: Why is foreign cinema finally getting more popular? From award shows to streaming services, foreign features are more frequently finding the spotlight and the boys aim to get to the bottom of why and ho…
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Festive Fans Unite! (send us a message) One Year! Wow, it seems like just last June we were in the street markets of Ancient Baghdad on a flying carpet with Aladin. Or, trying to escape from the top of a burning tower in South Korea. These films offered us a cinematic glimpse into the diverse traditions, customs, and ways of life for people in diff…
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The seventh episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 2000 features our foreign film pick, Ang Lee’s Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon. Directed by Ang Lee and starring Michelle Yeoh, Chow Yun-fat, Zhang Ziyi, Chang Chen and Cheng Pei-pei, Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon was the first foreign-language movie to gross $100 million at the U.S. bo…
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In this episode from August of 2017, Justin, Alex, and Noah review the Christopher Nolan film Dunkirk, before recapping the 2017 Summer Movie Season. Other films and television discussed include the filmography of Xavier Dolan, Kedi, and Strangers on a Train. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/cinemajoes/support…
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On today's episode, we speak to journalist and author Fareed Zakaria about why he believes America and the West are entering a new age of revolution. We then check in with Nicholas Smith, our correspondent in Israel, about how domestic political turmoil and the ongoing war in Gaza is threatening Benjamin Netanyahu's government. Contributors Roland …
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A Russian court moves judicial proceedings for detained U.S. journalist Evan Gershkovich to Yekaterinburg for a closed-door espionage trial; the success of far-right parties in the European Parliament elections challenges the power of several incumbent European Union (EU) leaders; the Boeing Starliner "Calypso" spacecraft prepares to return from th…
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A detour into the 4th of July, Kerry and Collin talk about the biggest hit of 1996, Roland Emmerich's alien invasion epic "Independence Day," which gives America permission to make our holiday a worldwide holiday because of something WE did. Suck it up, world! How does this movie play today now that we all know a little more about computers? Is the…
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The tenth episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 2000 features one of the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize winners, Kenneth Lonergan’s You Can Count on Me. Written and directed by Kenneth Lonergan and starring Laura Linney, Mark Ruffalo, Matthew Broderick, Rory Culkin and Jon Tenney, You Can Count on Me was Lonergan’s first featu…
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For film club this week we’re watching Polite Society, last year’s British martial artsaction comedy film from debut feature filmmaker Nida Manzoor. The setup sees Ria, a London-based Pakistani Muslim girl who dreams of becoming one of Britain’s top stuntwomen. But it;s about so much more than that. It’s genre hopping, it’s a rewarding British come…
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Tune in as Smith interviews Legendary Actor Brennan Mejia as he talks about his acting career from being on Nickelodeon’s iCarly, American Horror Stories as well as how he landed the Epic roll of playing the Red Ranger on Power Rangers Dino & Power Rangers Dino Super Charge. All while prepping the release of his very own fitness app & So much more …
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This week on the show, we're taking a look at Richard Linklater's Hit Man, streaming now on Netflix. Some other titles discussed include The First Omen, Cut-Throats Nine, Jackdaw, Blackbird Blackbird Blackberry, The Last Year of Darkness, Aenigma, Under Paris, and Convoy. 0:00 - Intro 0:28 - Hit Man review 9:52 - Watch list 34:22 - New releases…
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American Fiction is more of a dramedy or a clever satire than a true comedy, but few movies in recent years have been funnier than this is. Writer/director Cord Jefferson crafted a remarkable film, even though he balances maybe a few too many plots in his big-screen debut (racial strife, white guilt, difficult family issues, money troubles, inabili…
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Russia’s economy is growing at a healthy clip despite international sanctions that the country has endured for more than two years. How did that happen? And why did Russian President Vladimir Putin just appoint an economist—Andrei Belousov—as his new defense minister? Cameron and Adam dig in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adc…
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On today’s episode we check in with Telegraph correspondent Nicola Smith about the controversy surrounding Israel’s hostage rescue, the latest ceasefire talks and could a full scale conflict break out with Lebanon. Then we spoke with Europe editor James Crisp about the surprising gains by the far right in the EU elections. Finally Senior foreign co…
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Ukraine pushes for wider international support and endorsement of its proposed peace process at Switzerland’s Ukraine peace summit; the UN Security Council deliberates how to assist Sudanese civilians and de-escalate the civil war; diplomatic pressure builds for a U.S.-backed cease-fire deal in the Gaza Strip; and Russian ships arrive in Cuban wate…
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Alex and Nick give a spoiler-free review of Richard Linklater’s new film, “Hit Man,” before re-ranking their favorite Linklater films. Stray topics include when good movies make obvious factual errors, what happened to the real Bernie Tiede after Linklater’s movie “Bernie,” Glen Powell, Adria Arjona, “School of Rock,” “Anyone But You,” and much mor…
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Our 2024 Download Festival special warm up show featuring music from: Heriot, Indevth, Knife Bride Please note the show was recorded the weekend before the festival so please check current listings/timings for bands. Our new merch is now available at https://www.dethkult.co/collections/machograndepod Audible - audibletrial.com/machogrande Spotify P…
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Craig and Dave are joined by Shelley, Mary, and special guest Johann Chipol who returns to talk about one of the most epic movies ever made! We discuss the crazy action, costumes, characters, visuals, and music of Fury Road to decide whether the film deserves its place in The Movie Vault! #FilmTrivia #MovieFan #MadMax #GeorgeMiller #Furiosa #MadMax…
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The ninth episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 2000 features Jason’s personal pick, Stephen Daldry’s Billy Elliot. Directed by Stephen Daldry from a screenplay by Lee Hall and starring Jamie Bell, Julie Walters, Gary Lewis, Jamie Draven and Stuart Wells, Billy Elliot was Daldry’s first feature film after a successful career in theater…
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Mean Girls meets Scream? This week we passionately and lovingly rant about the cult classic, Jennifers Body (2009). Turns out back in 2009, the film industry execs, aka the boys, ruined Diablo Cody’s masterpiece. Fresh off the heels of her hit Juno, screenplay writer Cody was given free rein to create her dream horror comedy starring Megan Fox, the…
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https://itunes.apple.com/jp/podcast/accidental-film-club-lives/id1039607967?l=en&m Godland (2022) Pálmason: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-bsjSbVFvk Blind Beast (1969) Masumura: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QD3q-0Pli9c A Touch of Sin (2013) Zhangke Jia: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VUJt_kf7uKQ Paul & Ed…
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Everybody cut (everybody cut) in the 1984 version of Footloose. The story takes us to a repressed middle-American town where dancing is outlawed until Kevin Bacon rages against that particular machine. He's the city slicker with fast feet who pushes back on John Lithgow's religious father figureness. They both do very good work here and so does the…
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In this episode from July 2017, Justin, Alex, Noah, and guest Hannah discuss the 2017 hit film Wonder Woman, and check in on the state of Superhero Cinema. Other movies and television discussed include GLOW, Lo & Behold: Reveries of the Connected World; Samurai Jack S5, A Silent Voice, and Baby Driver. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.s…
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The boys have crawled out of their maggot farm holes to hoon and goon it straight to the cinemas to see the latest George Miller Mad-Maxian Masterpiece, Furiosa! Are they able to keep things positive through this post-apocalyptic Odyssey, or will these gasoline soaked deserts leave them thirsting for something more like its predecessor? Big thanks …
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The conviction of former U.S. President Donald Trump on 34 felony charges raises profound political questions but also some economic ones. Adam and Cameron dig in. Also on the show: An economic perspective on D-Day—the Allied invasion of Normandy that began 80 years ago on June 6. Brought to you by: betterhelp.com/onestooze Learn more about your ad…
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Alex and Nick dive deep into Derek Cianfrance’s “Blue Valentine.” The guys discuss the film’s lengthy development, its use of heavy improvisation, juxtaposing two narratives, the respective careers of Cianfrance, Ryan Gosling, and Michelle Williams, the great John Doman, why the MPA is dumb, and much more. Follow @WAYW_Podcast on Twitter and Instag…
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On today's episode of Battle Lines, we mark and reflect on this anniversary, and ask what it means for Western countries in 2024 as another full scale war ravages Europe. 2024 as another full scale war ravages Europe. We hear from The Telegraph's US editor, Tony Diver, who's been following Joe Biden's visit to Normandy. We also speak to our defence…
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For the first time, available now on this fresh from the grave episode of Death By DVD, we are proud to present the Patty Hearst series as one complete episode. Originally released as a 3 part series in 2021, now you can hear the whole Patty Hearst series which investigates the Paul Schrader movie, conveniently named Patty Hearst and the myth, lege…
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All twenty-seven European Union (EU) member states vote in European Parliament elections with polls showing right-wing parties poised to gain more seats; the Group of Seven (G7) leading industrial democracies meet in Italy with a sizable agenda, including support for Ukraine and trade concerns with China; the United States prepares for an above-nor…
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Today on the show, filmmaker Michael J. Dougherty returns to the show to discuss IN A VIOLENT NATURE, the new horror film from writer/director Chris Nash. We talk about violence in cinema, and some of the memorable violence we've seen in movies over the years, and we talk about the connection between horror and disability. Watch the video for this …
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The eighth episode of our season on the awesome movie year of 2000 features our animation pick, Aardman Animations’ Chicken Run. Directed and co-written by Nick Park and Peter Lord and starring the voices of Julia Sawalha, Mel Gibson, Miranda Richardson, Tony Haygarth and Benjamin Whitrow, Chicken Run was the first feature-length film produced by s…
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We lure the amazing Mia McKenna-Bruce to our studio to discuss our fave film of last year: How To Have Sex. She stars as the central character of Tara in this stunning film exploring sexual consent, female friendship, toxic friendship, and self discovery. Mia gives us the scoop on filming those party scenes, drunk acting tips and regressing 10 year…
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This week, we're taking a look at Kiyoshi Kurosawa's Chime, along with some other stuff including Stage Fright, The Spider Labyrinth, Clearcut, Sasquatch Sunset, The Video Dead, The Coffee Table, Pirhana, Civil War, and The Fall Guy. 0:00 - Intro 0:29 - Chime review 12:21 - Watch list 36:42 - New releases…
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There were a few keystone movies about Generation X that came out around 30 years ago, but Reality Bites is one of the red-letter titles. Ben Stiller was making his directorial debut and he also plays the third part of a love triangle with Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke. Ryder was at her peak in this time frame while Hawke---who was at least doing so…
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Tune in as Smith interview legendary Actor Jack Guzman as He talks about his time on the set of the legendary shows & Films such as “Power Ranger Wild Force”& what it was like playing the Black Ranger, “Days of our lives”, “Desperate Housewives”, “Bold & The Beautiful” & So much more you don’t want to miss!!!--- Support this podcast: https://podcas…
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The graveyard is on FIRE! We have a thrilling amount of new things, all original and in your face that are on the cusp of being released here at Death By DVD. On this fresh from the grave episode you will hear all about what your host Harry-Scott Sullivan has been up to, and what is coming soon to Death By DVD. Don't gawk at the short run time, hea…
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European Union elections in the coming week will likely see a surge in support for populist right-wing parties. Adam and Cameron discuss the economics of the European Parliament. Also on the show: What the UEFA Champions League final between Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid tells about Germany’s Ruhr valley. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…
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