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With a wealth of musicals, westerns, sci-fi films, epics, comedies, character dramas and samurai movies, the 1950s was an exciting time for cinema. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Hitchcock, Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick and more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we ...
 
Dreams for Sale focuses on the revival of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone in the mid-'80s. This anthology show brought together a host of diverse talent including Harlan Ellison, Wes Craven, William Friedkin, Rockne S. O'Bannon, and more. Episodes are hosted by Chris Stachiw (Kulture Shocked), Mike White (The Projection Booth), and Father Malone. Dreams for Sale theme song courtesy of Roxi Drive and Neutron Dreams - learn more at https://soundcloud.com/roxidrive and https://soundcloud.com/us ...
 
The Projection Booth has been recognized as a premier film podcast by The Washington Post, The A.V. Club, IndieWire, Entertainment Weekly, and Filmmaker Magazine. With over 500 episodes to date and an ever-growing fan base, The Projection Booth regularly attracts special guest talent eager to discuss their past gems, including Elliott Gould, John Waters, Ed Harris, Luke Wilson, Chris Elliott, Ellen Burstyn, Bruce Dern, Willem Dafoe, Michael Palin, Tim Rice, John Landis, William Friedkin, Jul ...
 
Hello, everyone. My name is Tony Farinella and I have been writing on the Internet for over ten years. My interviews and reviews can be found on 411mania.com and on the most popular movie themed podcast on the Internet, Movie Geeks United! I love talking movies, TV shows, sports, music, entertainment, you name it. I've interviewed Josh Lucas, Sean Salisbury, Sylvester Stallone, Dane Cook, Director William Friedkin, Eli Roth, and over 300 more people from movies, music, adult entertainment, s ...
 
The Playlist is an entertainment podcast from SBS Australia, in which hosts Fiona Williams and Ben Nguyen explore the movies and TV shows that are worth your time. Join them as they canvas the week in culture and highlight the best of what’s streaming at SBS On Demand.
 
A podcast for all the creatures of the night. We apologize for the audio quality of Matt's mic on the first 15 episodes. He finally got a new one and it sounds pretty smooooth. The new mic starts at "Tom Hanks is in a horror movie." Regular Podcasters: Lindsey Clark - Lindsey Clark graduated from Illinois State University with a degree in Journalism. She is currently putting that degree to great use by working at a bank. Her hobbies include reading, canoeing, trying new restaurants and pal-l ...
 
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Rob St. Mary returns to The Projection Booth to discuss Kinji Fukasaku's 1972 anti-war film, Under the Flag of the Rising Sun. The film stars Sachiko Hidari as the widow of Sgt. Katsuo Togashi who died in WWII. His death certificate is unclear about how he died and, thus, she can't claim survivor benefits. The authorities are either unable or, more…
 
An all new Seeking Human Victims is here as "revenge of the Remakes" continues. This week we look at the Michael Bay produced 2003 remake of Texas Chainsaw Massacre, learn which of us did an about face on this one over time, what members of the original cast/ crew participated in the remake, and how Toby Hooper ultimately was able to benefit from i…
 
On this special episode, Mike talks to director Bill Leimbach about his career including the Oscar-Nominated Raoni, as well as the documentary about David Gulpilil, Walkabout to Hollywood, and much more. Visit https://luckycountryproductions.com for more information about Mr. Leimbach Visit https://www.umbrellaent.com.au/ to buy Walkabout to Hollyw…
 
This week, Eric is one again joined by the co-host of The ScreamWriters Podcast, Patrick Mediate, and the pair discuss two films from early in Writer/Director Guillermo Del Toro’s career, Cronos and The Devil’s Backbone. Thank you for listening and join Eric next week with first time guest Stephen Tronicek as they begin a discussion of the films of…
 
We're not gonna hit you with any negative waves about this odd, star-studded heist/war film, Kelly's Heroes. Samm Deighan and Bill Ackerman join Mike to discuss this Brian G. Hutton film from 1970 wherein Clint Eastwood leads a band of soldiers behind enemy lines in order to pilfer a cache of Nazi gold. On this episode you'll hear the rest of our i…
 
This week, Revenge Of The Remakes continues with our own "Snyder Cut", 2004's Dawn Of The Dead remake directed by Zach Snyder and written by James Gunn. We'll talk about how this movie was a cultural touchstone for Dan, why it's considered one of the best horror remakes ever, the terror of fast zombies, the incredible opening sequence and much more…
 
Revenge of the remakes continues as we look at a stylized remake of a William Castle film through the filter of 2001 as Tony Shaloub, Matthew Lillard & Shannon Elizabeth star in Thirteen Ghosts. We'll look at the cult following that has grown around the film, argue with Muji about the merits of that following, breakdown the origin story of each gho…
 
On this special episode of The Projection Booth, Mike talks with Todd Melby -- reporter, podcaster, author -- about his book A Lot Can Happen in the Middle of Nowhere: The Untold Story of the Making of Fargo. It's a terrific book that goes into a lot of details behind the scenes of one of the Coen Brothers' most successful films. Find out more at h…
 
On a special episode done in conjunction with Chris Stachiw's Kulturecast, we discuss Adam Wingard's Godzilla Vs. Kong, the latest entry in the "Legendary" Monsterverse. We talk about the sprawling story that's stuffed to the gills with some mediocre performances set against a tale of two titans duking it out.…
 
On this special episode, Mike talks with Daniel T. Dorrance, the production designer of Lee Daniels' The United States v. Billie Holiday (2021). Mr. Dorrance also dishes about working on the Maze Runner sequels and Michael Mann's Collateral. The United States v. Billie Holiday is now available via Hulu.…
 
This week, Eric is joined by the other co-hosts of The ScreamWriters Podcast Patrick Mediate and the pair have a discussion of Body Horror films, specifically Tusk and Possessor. Thank you for listening and join Eric next week with Patrick once again as they discuss some early Guillermo Del Toro with the films Cronos and The Devil’s Backbone. Plain…
 
On this special episode, Mike is joined by Prof. Nicholas Schlegel, author of the upcoming "German Popular Cinema and The Krimi Phenomenon: Dark Eyes of London” coming from Lexington Books, Rowman’s academic imprint - https://rowman.com and Samm Deighan, author of the upcoming "The Legacy of World War II in European Arthouse Cinema" from McFarland …
 
Heather Drain and Maurice Bursztynski join Mike to sing the praises of Buster Keaton. The trio looks at five of Keaton's films: The General, Sherlock Jr, Steamboat Bill Jr, Seven Chances, and One Week. Maurice interviewed Gus Macmillan of The Blue Grassy Knoll, who have been providing new soundtracks for Keaton's films for the last few years.…
 
On this special report, Mike speaks with director Julien Temple (Earth Girls are Easy) about his latest documentary film, Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan. Produced by Johnny Depp, it's a documentary about the lead singer of The Pogues and his relationship to his native Ireland. Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan is now …
 
Zack Snyder's fans demanded that his vision be set free from meddling studio execs and the gun-for-hire director who replaced him on 'Justice League', and Warner Bros. listened. Was it worth it? And Fiona and Ben descend down a dark path of exposing institutional corruption, in the Oscar-nominated investigative documentary 'Collective', the second …
 
We're discussing Carroll Ballard's Never Cry Wolf (1983). Based on the novel by Farley Mowat, it's the story of Tyler (Charles Martin Smith), a bureaucrat who is sent into the Northern wilds to study wolves and their impact on the caribou population. Matthew Socey and Chris Stachiw join Mike to talk about the film, isolation, and sassy animals.…
 
This week, Eric is joined by one of the co-hosts of The ScreamWriters Podcast Ariel Relaford and the pair have a discussion of Twist Ending Horror films, specifically The Others, and Kill List. Thank you for listening and join Eric next week with “The Other” co-host of The ScreamWriters Podcast Patrick Mediate as they discuss Body Horror with the f…
 
In this episode- the 200th episode of Easy Riders Raging Podcast (excluding our exclusive episodes available at www.patreon.com/ERRP)- I'm joined by returning guest David Trumble to discuss Akira Kurosawa's 'Seven Samurai'. Expect conversation surrounding the cinematic legacy of this film, the importance of geography in movies, comparisons to 'Pitc…
 
Dreams for Sale: The Twilight Zone 1985 podcast is back and delving into the second season of the show which started off okay enough with The Once and Future King in which an Elvis impersonator goes back in time and meets The King himself (teleplay by George R. R. Martin). We also discuss A Saucer of Loneliness in which Shelley Duvall receives a me…
 
For a special live podcast, Chris Stachiw (The Kulturecast), Josh Haldey (1201 Beyond), and Mike joined up to discuss Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021): a film many years in the making. We discuss both the Joss Whedon and Zack Snyder versions, comparing the two to find any redemptive qualities in either and how the newer version acts as origin st…
 
This week we're examining the ballsy task of remaking one of the most beloved and groundbreaking horror films of all time. Nobody could have been more more up to the task than the legendary Tom Savini himself, in his directorial debut. We'll talk about Dan scaring the shit out of himself as a kid by watching this movie outside and Muji's seeming in…
 
Lock yourself up as we intrude upon your day with a discussion of David Fincher’s popcorn movie (not film) Panic Room. Topics of discussion this episode include Jodie Foster as cinema’s greatest tomboy; how Panic Room ranks against Fincher’s later (and earlier) films; and whether or not a camera moving through the handle of a kettle is brilliant or…
 
This week, Eric and Sean conclude their discussion Director Highs and Lows with Jonathan Demme and his films The Silence of the Lambs and Philadelphia. Thank you for listening and join Eric next week for the beginning of ScreamWriter Season as he’s joined by one of the hosts of The ScreamWriters Podcast Ariel Relaford as they discuss Horror Twist E…
 
On today's SXSW 2021 report I discuss the following: Witch Hunt - including an interview with Elle Callehan Paul Dood's Deadly Lunch Break - including an interview with director Nick Gillespe Offseason - Including an interview with director Mickey Keating The United States vs. Reality Winner - including an interview with director Sonia Kennebeck Fo…
 
Lina Wertmüller's 1975 film Seven Beauties stars Giancarlo Gianini as Pasqualino Settebellezze of Pasqualino of the Seven Beauties. He’s a man with several sisters that he’s trying to keep on the straight and narrow. When one of his sisters gets involved with a pimp, Pasqualino murders him and is put on a path of destruction where he goes to an asy…
 
On a special episode of The Projection Booth we're looking at a handful of movies premiering at SXSW on March 16, 2021: Poly Styrene: I Am A Cliché (including and interview with co-director Celeste Bell), Executive Order, The Lost Sons, Broadcast Signal Intrusion (including an interview with director Jacob Gentry), Woodlands Dark and Days Bewitched…
 
Sounds the party horn, we're celebrating 10 seasons of Seeking Human Victims with "Revenge Of The Remakes." tackling the single most argued about topic in all of horror fandom. We're kicking things off with 1988's goopy, horrific, take no prisoners retelling of the 1950s sci-fi classic.... The Blob! Hot of Nightmare On Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors,…
 
With Oscar nominations around the corner, we take a look at awards season as it hits full swing including the recent Golden Globes, and with Harry and Meghan's royal sit down interview with Oprah capturing the world we look at what the recent trend of celeb exposes says about our fascination with fame. And in What Have You Been Watching we dissect …
 
This week, Eric and Sean continue their discussion of Director Highs and Lows with Barry Levinson and his films Rain Man and Avalon. Thank you for listening and join Eric and Sean next week as they conclude their discussion of director Highs and Lows Jonathan Demme with his films The Silence of the Lambs and Philadelphia. Plain Label Podcast Amazon…
 
For our 10th Anniversary we're looking at Peter Strickland’s 2014 film The Duke of Burgundy, the story of a couple, Cynthia and Evelyn, and their relationship in a world of women where lepidoptery seems to be the stock and trade of its denizens. The film examines the slow decline of Cynthia and Evelyn’s relationship. Samm Deighan and Jim Vendiola j…
 
We’re looking at Alfred Sole’s Pandemonium (1982) which stars Candice Azzara as Bambi, a witness to the horrific murder of her high school cheer leading squad who, years later, fulfills her lifelong dream of starting her own cheer leading camp at It Had To Be University. Rod Lott and Gary Hill join Mike to discuss the film and other horror comedy p…
 
Good Evening all you creatures of the night. The Terrible Trio is back together again to discuss the third and final film in their three-part series on zombie films. The first zombie movie we discussed was Night of the Living Dead. The second film was Shaun of the Dead. Today the podcast will discuss "28 Days Later." Everyone defended Night of the …
 
This week, Eric and Sean continue their discussion of Director Highs and Lows with Joe Dante and his films Gremlins and Explorers. Thank you for listening and join Eric and Sean next week as they continue their discussion but switch to director Barry Levinson and his films Rain Man and Avalon. Plain Label Podcast Amazon Wish-List! Twitter: @EricWil…
 
We’re looking at the 1972 film from Rainer Werner Fassbinder, The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant. It’s the story of love and loss for the titular Petra Von Kant (Margrit Carstensen) a fashion designer and her model/muse Karin (Hanna Schygulla). We see the beginnings and endings of that relationship as well as the fall out. Heather Drain and Kat Ell…
 
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