Best Friedkin podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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From Star Wars to Saturday Night Fever, to The Godfather and Grease, Annie Hall and Alien, the 1970s was THE decade for great movies. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Scorsese, Friedkin, Coppola, Altman, De Palma and many many 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 wh ...
 
This is the audio playground for lovers of cinema, past and present. You'll hear intimate interviews with the most interesting artists working today. You'll find in-depth stories you can't wait to share with friends. And we'll even help fill out your watch list with all the greats from foreign cinema, independent films, and Hollywood classics. Hosted by Alicia Malone and brought to you by FilmStruck, the exclusive streaming home of the Criterion Collection and TCM Select, featuring iconic mo ...
 
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Many of these are original instrumental compositions designed especially for use on Podcasts and similar broadcasts. If you use them tell me where to find your podcast and give me a shoutout mentioning my Twitter handle @Webpuppy45. Others are live recordings of old bands i have been in. Those labeled Maron and/or WTF are custom bumpers using Maron's guitar noodling from the end of several of his episodes.Custom themes also available, to your specifications.Contact me for more information:dj ...
 
This is the audio playground for lovers of cinema, past and present. You'll hear intimate interviews with the most interesting artists working today. You'll find in-depth stories you can't wait to share with friends. And we'll even help fill out your watch list with all the greats from foreign cinema, independent films, and Hollywood classics. Hosted by Alicia Malone and brought to you by FilmStruck, the exclusive streaming home of the Criterion Collection and TCM Select, featuring iconic mo ...
 
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Following on from our 'Nuts in May' episode, this week Jev and I discuss Mike Leigh's follow-up, 'Abigail's Party'.
 
In this brief episode I look at three Woody Allen films - Bananas, Everything You Wanted to Know About Sex and Play It Again Sam- in terms of how much they held up on a 2019 rewatch. So in what ways are they dated, are they still funny and how do the allegations made against Allen affect a viewing of these films.…
 
In this episode Jake and I return to the disaster genre with an episode on 'The Towering Inferno', the classic Steve McQueen and Paul Newman vs a big fire film. And thankfully our conversation is shorter than the film.
 
Continuing our look at the Seven Up documentary series, Kieran and I discuss '21 Up'.
 
In this short, solo midweek episode I discuss (generally without spoilers) the films 'Marathon Man' (by John Schlesinger) and 'The Night Porter' (by Liliana Cavani).
 
We watched it so you don't have to: the Star Wars Holiday Special.
 
In this episode, Kieran and I conclude our 1970s Disney coverage with a fun conversation on the film 'The Aristocats'.
 
Another return visit to our sister-podcast the SpielbergPod with a discussion from 2015 on Steven Spielberg's epic film, 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind'. And if you wonder why we don't mention the film 'Arrival' (which would've made a dynamite Companion Piece) it wasn't out at the point of Kieran and I recording this episode. Bloody good f ...…
 
In this episode Paul and I discuss the beautiful and terrifying horror classic by Tobe Hooper, 'The Texas Chain Saw Massacre'.
 
In this mid-week solo episode I discuss two animated films- 'The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh' and 'Watership Down'.
 
Grab your popcorn as Kieran and I debate the Mel Brooks comedy 'Young Frankenstein'. We also try and find a good post-millennium Tim Burton, we discuss the most recent 'Ghostbusters' film and much more.
 
In this episode Paul and I discuss the British classic 'The Wicker Man' in a conversation filled with singing, punwork and questionable statements about cannibalism. [Apologies if the sound quality isn't quite as good as usual. There were technical issues with this recording]
 
In this NSFW solo mini-episode I discuss two genuinely shocking films from John Waters, 'Pink Flamingos' and 'Female Trouble'. You have been warned!
 
In this episode Kieran and I discuss the fantastic historical-romantic-musical-drama 'Cabaret'.
 
This week I was delighted to be joined by Rich from the 80s film podcast Betamax Video Club to discuss the Roger Moore 007 classic 'The Spy Who Loved Me'.
 
It took 40 years to get The Other Side of the Wind on to the big screen. In our final episode of the FilmStruck podcast, producing legend Frank Marshall (Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Bourne Identity) talks about the struggles - and eventual triumph - of Orson Welles last film. via Knit
 
It took 40 years to get The Other Side of the Wind on to the big screen. In our final episode of the FilmStruck podcast, producing legend Frank Marshall (Raiders of the Lost Ark, The Bourne Identity) talks about the struggles - and eventual triumph - of Orson Welles last film. via Knit
 
In this episode we discuss everyone's favourites, The Muppets, as we discuss their first film 'The Muppet Movie'. Along the way we discuss the films of Steve Martin,the passing of Burt Reynolds and much more.
 
Dressed in spray-painted masks of Riker and Captain Janeway (no, not really), Kieran and I discuss the horror classic, 'Halloween' by director John Carpenter. But does it hold up after 40 years?
 
Director Luca Guadagnino has wanted to make a version of the horror classic "Suspiria" since he was a teenager. Now his dream has come true. He talks about working with Tilda Swinton and Thom Yorke, growing up in Ethiopia, and how movies offered an escape from reality. Films mentioned: "Lawrence of Arabia", "The Marriage of Maria Braun", "Sophi ...…
 
Director Luca Guadagnino has wanted to make a version of the horror classic "Suspiria" since he was a teenager. Now his dream has come true. He talks about working with Tilda Swinton and Thom Yorke, growing up in Ethiopia, and how movies offered an escape from reality. Films mentioned: "Lawrence of Arabia", "The Marriage of Maria Braun", "Sophi ...…
 
To celebrate our 50th 1970s episode, Kieran and I discuss a stone-cold classic, Francis Ford Coppola's 'The Godfather'. And if you want to hear more Godfather discussion go to www.patreon.com/ERRP where supporters of the show can download an exclusive chat on the idea of whether 'The Godfather' could work as a TV show (amongst many other exclus ...…
 
Sex scenes can be awkward for everyone involved, which is why more TV and film productions are hiring intimacy coordinators. On this bonus episode, we talk with Alicia Rodis, an intimacy coordinator and director who walks us through her role on a film set. via Knit
 
Sex scenes can be awkward for everyone involved, which is why more TV and film productions are hiring intimacy coordinators. On this bonus episode, we talk with Alicia Rodis, an intimacy coordinator and director who walks us through her role on a film set. via Knit
 
Smile you son of a bitch.... because this week we're talking about the Spielberg classic, 'Jaws'. Reissuing an episode from our sister show, the SpielbergPod, from a 2015 conversation about the Amity set classic, Paul and I talk about splitting the film into two parts, the notion of a shark terrorising the Isle of Wight, 'Jurassic Park' compari ...…
 
Movies illustrate the many facets of life. This week, we catch up with filmmakers Tamara Jenkins and Elizabeth Chomko, who both discuss turning their lens on deeply personal subjects in their latest films. We also dive into why "A Star is Born" has prevailed and been remade throughout the decades. via Knit…
 
Movies illustrate the many facets of life. This week, we catch up with filmmakers Tamara Jenkins and Elizabeth Chomko, who both discuss turning their lens on deeply personal subjects in their latest films. We also dive into why "A Star is Born" has prevailed and been remade throughout the decades. via Knit…
 
In this mid-week solo sesh, I discuss the films 'Dark Star' and 'Assault on Precinct 13' by director John Carpenter.
 
Finally returning to our coverage of the James Bond films, Kieran and I discuss 'Diamonds Are Forever'. We also discuss one of the best episodes of The Simpsons, gay henchmen, 'Armageddon' and I give one of the worst recasts you'll hear in a while.
 
Ship to shore, do you read me anymore? Join Jake and I as we set sail aboard disaster classic, 'The Poseiden Adventure'.
 
Filmmaker David Lowery shares how it felt when cinema icon Robert Redford, announced on "The Old Man and the Gun" set, that it may be the last role he plays. Host Alicia Malone also dives into the intriguing work of Roberto Rossellini, with TCM/FilmStruck social guru, Marya E. Gates. via Knit
 
Filmmaker David Lowery shares how it felt when cinema icon Robert Redford, announced on "The Old Man and the Gun" set, that it may be the last role he plays. Host Alicia Malone also dives into the intriguing work of Roberto Rossellini, with TCM/FilmStruck social guru, Marya E. Gates. via Knit
 
Live performance at intermission at the M83 Follies Show circa 1982
 
In this episode Paul, Kieran and I boldly go where... probably lots of podcasts have been before as we talk about Star Trek. Specifically, the first Trek film 'Star Trek: The Motion Picture' but also touching on all the films and the various TV shows (as well as debating which is better, Double Deckers or Toffee Crisps).…
 
In this episode Kieran and I talk about a multitude of topics as we discuss the film 'Network' by Sidney Lumet. So you can expect talk on outrage culture, the up and down career of Liam Neeson, James Gunn, Rosanne, Netflix, 'Deal or No Deal', 'What is America?', Jonathan Pie, the shows of Aaron Sorkin, reality TV (specifically 'Big Brother') an ...…
 
Novelist Jonathan Lethem's mother took him to see Truffaut and Godard before he was a teenager, awakening a lifelong obsession with film. He talks about how his relationship to movies has changed over the years and how films influence his fiction writing. Also, film critic Alonso Duralde gives us a primer on the films of Eric Rohmer. via Knit…
 
Novelist Jonathan Lethem's mother took him to see Truffaut and Godard before he was a teenager, awakening a lifelong obsession with film. He talks about how his relationship to movies has changed over the years and how films influence his fiction writing. Also, film critic Alonso Duralde gives us a primer on the films of Eric Rohmer. via Knit…
 
In this episode Paul and I discuss the Arthur Hiller film (written by recently deceased screenwriter Neil Simon) 'The Out-of-Towners' starring Jack Lemon and Sandy Dennis. Oh, and that fantastic Bristol cinema we mention is called 20th Century Flicks. If you're in the area please check them out!
 
In this episode Paul and I discuss one of his favourite films, 'Don't Look Now'.
 
Documentarian Kirby Dick talks about making films that uncover injustice and corruption. Twin brothers Josh and Jonathan Baker tell us about their debut feature "Kin," and we delve into the fearless cinema of Alejandro Jodorowsky. via Knit
 
Documentarian Kirby Dick talks about making films that uncover injustice and corruption. Twin brothers Josh and Jonathan Baker tell us about their debut feature "Kin," and we delve into the fearless cinema of Alejandro Jodorowsky. via Knit
 
Buongiorno! Today Jev and I discuss Dario Argento's 'Deep Red' (Profondo rosso) a cracking Italian horror film which was picked by one of our Patreon supporters. That's right, if you go to www.Patreon.com/ERRP you can get exclusive bonus episodes AND you can pick a film for us to cover here on the show.…
 
Recorded back on Friday the 13th, Paul, Kieran and I discuss horror classic 'The Omen'. Expect conversation about the sequels, about other great horror films ('The Blair Witch Project', 'Hereditary', 'The Exorcist', etc.) and much much more.
 
Meet Jim Cummings, an up-and-coming director who has shot all of his short films in one take. Cummings talks about challenges of single take filmmaking, shooting with his friends, and how Bruce Springsteen inspired his first feature. We'll also take a look at some of Humphrey Bogart's early films now available on FilmStruck. via Knit…
 
Meet Jim Cummings, an up-and-coming director who has shot all of his short films in one take. Cummings talks about challenges of single take filmmaking, shooting with his friends, and how Bruce Springsteen inspired his first feature. We'll also take a look at some of Humphrey Bogart's early films now available on FilmStruck. via Knit…
 
In this mid-week episode I wrap up #AshbyAugst - our mini-series on the films of director Hal Ashby by looking at his films 'Coming Home' and 'Being There'.
 
In this episode Kieran and I discuss the film 'Shampoo', continuing our look at the films of director Hal Ashby. Along the way we discuss our favourite Sofia Coppola films, we talk 'Boogie Nights', we gossip around the sex lives of Warren Beatty and Carrie Fisher and we question what Olivia Wilde has been in recently.…
 
In this episode I continue #AshbyAugust with a discussion on the Richard Linklater-esque Hal Ashby film 'The Last Detail' which stars Jack Nicholson and-spoiler for my review- is well worth checking out.
 
Kicking off #AshbyAugust (where we discuss the films of Hal Ashby), Kieran and I discuss cult classic 'Harold and Maude', a film we both found to be one of the best of the decade.
 
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