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Best Fuds On Film podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Fuds On Film podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Fuds On Film is a podcast about, and this will shock you, movies. From blockbusters to arthouse, you'll find considered opinions and hot takes on worldwide cinema from three Scotch fuds. Invite us into your ears and we promise to only infrequently disappoint.
 
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One of cinema's most enduring icons is taken on my podcasting's least endearing iconoclasts, as we sit in judgement on East of Eden, Rebel Without a Cause and Giant. It's tearing us apart!By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
Armed only with our fearless inquisitive nature and tin foil hat, we take on some of the massive conspiracies that plague our world. Or, at least watch a few films based on them. Listen in for our takes on Foreign Correspondent, The Parallax View, Capricorn One, JFK, Conspiracy Theory, and The X-Files Movie.…
 
Another grab-bag of films gets the treatment in this Intermission episode - what will we make of Dolemite Is My Name, By the Grace of God, Midsommar, Diego Maradona, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, and Joker? Why not listen in and find out?Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-november-2019/…
 
We take a look at two of Vincenzo Natali's early, under-appreciated science fiction outings, Cube and Cypher. Join us as we examine their style and substance!By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
Why are we talking about the films of Kathryn Bigelow? Well, surely the better question is why aren't you listening to us talk about Near Dark, Point Break,Strange Days, K-19: The Widowmaker, The Hurt Locker, and Zero Dark Thirty. Remedy that at your earliest convenience.Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/kathryn-bigelow/…
 
In our October round up, we pass ULTIMATE JUDGEMENT on Ad Astra, Yuli, Rambo: Last Blood, La familia, Pain and Glory, and Happy as Lazzaro. Join us for their sentencing.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We take a look at Robert Rodriguez's earliest and arguably best films, in the shape of El Mariachi and Desperado. Are these worth revisiting? Join us and find out!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/el-mariachi-desperadoBy Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
Join us for our somewhat belated recap of the films September threw at us, namely It: Chapter 2, The Farewell, Mirai, and Alita Battle Angel. We watch them so you don't have to, unless they are good or you otherwise want to see them, gosh, I'm not your dad, chill out.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
Due to a series of unfortunate events, we're unable to bring you a fresh new podcast in our usual time slot, so to tide you over please accept this selection of our favourite reviews from the third year of our podcast. Normal service will be resumed shortly. Full show notes at http://fudsonfilm.com/year-three…
 
We take a look at the poison of white nationalism in our latest good ol' fun time podcast, as we review American History X and Skin.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
It's been used to start a story since the 1300s, so this podcast is centuries in the making, as we look at some of the many films telling us what happened "Once Upon a Time" in the West, America, China, Mexico, Anatolia, and Hollywood. Cynics have cynically suggested this is a pretty weak theme to join together a bunch of films we fancied watch ...…
 
This time around we turn our attention to Fast and Furious Presents Hobbs and Shaw, The Sun Is Also A Star, and Knife+Heart.Full show notes available at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-august-2019/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We take a look at Lucas Belvaux's Trilogie films, an ambitious trio with interlinked narratives. Do these tie together in a neat bow, or are they less than the sum of their parts? Listen in and find out!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/trilogie/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We examine the future of days past in our latest episode, as we look at some classic 70s Science Fiction. Strap yourself into our dystopia machine as we look at The Andromeda Strain, THX 1138, Solaris, Fantastic Planet, Soylent Green, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and Stalker.Get the full show notes at https://www.f ...…
 
We take a look at the best that July could throw at us, at least in terms of films, and at least in terms of the subset of those we got to this month. Join us as we dissect Toy Story 4, Yesterday, Lukas, Men In Black: International, and Spider-man: Far From Home.Get the full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-july-2019/…
 
Because one dog ain't enough, and two is too low, it's me, Three Dog! How you kids handlin' Post-Apocalyptia today? Or at least, an episode looking at two uniquely British takes on post nuclear war shenanigans, Threads and When the Wind Blows.Get the full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/threads-when-the-wind-blows/…
 
Welcome, everyone to Krzysztof Kieślowski Club. The first rule of Krzysztof Kieślowski Club is, of course, never spell club with a 'K', as it attracts entirely the wrong sort of clientele, and I'm not talking about Mortal Kombat fans. For me at least, the Polish director was very much part of baby's first attempt at cinephiling, as I approached ...…
 
What delights lie in store for us in June's crop of movie reviews? Well, how does Rocketman, Aladdin, Godzilla: King of Monsters, Booksmart, I Am Mother, and X-Men: Dark Phoenix grab you?By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
In which we discuss Wesley Snipes' most widely celebrated turn as the vampire hunter Blade, in two excellent films. And then another, markedly less excellent one.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We look at a selected sample of Mr. Snipes' 90s output, skewing more towards the dramatic than the kicky-punchy, to see if our recent praise for his abilities is justified. Join us!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/wesley-snipesBy Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
It's another one of those delightful episodes where we talk about the films we've seen recently - The Sisters Brothers, Hellboy, The LEGO Movie 2, Styx, and Avengers: Endgame. Why not listen in?By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
This episode represents something of a retreat to adolescence, to a simpler time when most of the films we watched were Die Hard on an Increasingly Silly Something. The something in this case being aeroplanes, and the silly being off the scales as we discuss the delights of Con Air and Passenger 57.Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/ ...…
 
We vote for Pedro Almodóvar’s best film, and in particular discuss Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down!, Live Flesh, All About My Mother, Talk To Her, Bad Education and Volver. Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/pedro-almodovar/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
It is again time to turn our collective gaze towards another random selection of movies and lo, pass judgement upon them. Which of Shazam!, The Catcher Was A Spy, The Kid Who Would Be King, Fighting With My Family, Triple Threat, and Vice will be worthy of your time? Join us. Find out.Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-a ...…
 
More kids classics examined, as we look at two films with a darker edge in the source material. But will the movie adaptations of Watership Down and The BFG sharpen or dull that edge? Join us and find out!Get the full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/watership-down-and-the-bfg/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We revisit some of hits from our formative years and see if they hold water now, in the future! Get the low down on The Karate Kid, The NeverEnding Story, The Goonies, Labyrinth, Short Circuit, Flight of the Navigator, and *batteries not included!By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We unleash the hounds of opinion on Captain Marvel, Free Solo, Holmes & Watson, Triple Frontier, and Shoplifters in our latest episode. Which will be savaged, and which will be enthusiastically slobbered on? You simply must tune in to find out!By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
In the words of Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong, as interpreted by Charles Edwin Hatcher and Jackie Chan: War! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! War! Huh! Yeah! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing! Except arms manufacturers and other defence contractors and disease and famine and destroyed families: war’s pretty good f ...…
 
James Bond is, of course, a stupendously successful and enduring force in cinema, and it's hard to avoid them entirely, even if you wanted to. That's why we devoted an entire show to the series a few years back, but there's always someone wanting a slice of that sweet Bond pie. Today we take a look at some films that have drawn inspiration from ...…
 
On the slate for this month's freewheeling movie opinioneering are Aquaman, A Star Is Born, Velvet Buzzsaw, and Can You Ever Forgive Me?. Tune in to find out our thoughts on these films! Obviously. That's sort of the point of these podcasts. We hope you've got the general concept by now. Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermissio ...…
 
We take a look at two of the many, many adaptations of the World's Greatest Detective - Sherlock Holmes, not Batman - featuring his arch-enemy Professor Moriarty with The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and A Game of Shadows. Which of these very different takes on the character emerges triumphant? Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/adv ...…
 
In this episode we’re going to be talking about one of our favourite film-makers, the director, writer and producer Wes Anderson, darling of The Criterion Collection, whose distinctive style has led to him being considered something of a Marmite director, i.e. people tend to love him or hate him, with seemingly little middle ground.Full show no ...…
 
We run down the low down on Mary Poppins Returns, Green Book, A Simple Favor, Bird Box, The Favourite, Roma, and Bandersnatch in this epochal podcasting event. Miss it at your gravest peril.Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-january-2019/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We take a look at two films covering the tragic mass murder in Oslo, July 22nd 2011 in our latest laugh-a-minute, light hearted, roustabout episode.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We've just seen off the challenge of 2018, so what better time could there be to reflect on the best, worst, or just the most interesting films of the year.Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/films-of-the-year-2018/By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
A Christmas present for you with this bonus episode, as we discuss some of our favourite movies to watch over the holidays - Christmas themed or not.Craig takes us through a schedule of Christmas Day programming, while Scott and Drew take a rather more liberal (and violent) approach to what to watch when sprawled out on a sofa.…
 
It's late December, which means two things - improbably, it looks like we're going to survive Space Hell Year 2018, and that it's time to talk turkey about these cinematic presents: Creed II, Bohemian Rhapsody, Ralph Breaks The Internet, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, Widows, Spider-man: Into the Spiderverse, Sorry to Bother You, and The Crimes ...…
 
What was lost has now been found, as a completed version of Orson Welles' last film _The Other Side of the Wind_ has been released, alongside a companion documentary, _They'll Love Me When I'm Dead_. Were they worth waiting for, or do they do a disservice to his memory? Join us and find out!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/the-othe ...…
 
In podcasts passim we've discussed our regard for the more grounded, somewhat realistic espionage dramas from the likes of John Le Carre, but despite Frederick Forsyth plowing a very similar furrow, I'm not all that familiar with his works. We aim to rectify that today as we discuss the four major adaptations of his work, leaving to one side a ...…
 
Join us for another film-based gabfest where we discuss the delights, or inverse delights, of Apostle, The Night Comes For Us, Flavors of Youth, Halloween, and Sicario: Day of the Soldado. Our opinions are delightful, and will delight you. Groove is in all of our hearts.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
We continue that solid zombie vibe with two films that take a look at the lighter side of the dead returning to life and eating you - Shaun of the Dead and Night of the Comet. Who will triumph in this undeathmatch? Listen in and find out!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/shaun-of-the-dead-night-of-the-comet/…
 
We may have just seen the back of Halloween, but it's somehow fitting that the zombies would be shambling out a trifle late. Join us as we hit some interesting and/or noteworthy reanimated corpse based entertainment with White Zombie, I Walked with a Zombie, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of the Dead, Zombi 3, Versus, 28 Days L ...…
 
Another month, another wildly divergent bunch of films to chew on. Join us and savour the flavour of Crazy Rich Asians, BlacKkKlansman, First Man, Upgrade, Mandy, Game Night, Detroit, and Faces Places.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
Our last episode covered most of what we'd call the prime cuts of Carpenter, but there's a lot more to talk about, including revisiting his most influential work, and also his only film that had a cup of coffee with the Oscars. Join us as we examine the varied pleasures and pains offered by Dark Star, Halloween, Christine, Starman, Memoirs of a ...…
 
B-movie auteur, King of the Schlock, call him what you want but John Carpenter has carved himself a very singular reputation and a status as one of Hollywood's most inventive if not critically successful directors. On this episode we will be discussing a broad swathe of work from his most successful and influential period to date, which is to s ...…
 
It's time once more to batter through a diverse batch of recent film, including The Meg, Mission: Impossible: Fallout, Mom and Dad, The Spy Who Dumped Me, Hereditary, Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again, and The Predator. Get with the program, you square!Full show notes at https://www.fudsonfilm.com/intermission-september-2018/…
 
Two films examining the same character, twenty five years apart? Intriguing. Join us as we digest The Hustler and The Color of Money.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
At some point in the dim and distant past of last year, prompted in part by the welcome news of his retirement, we'd decided we should look at the career of Uwe Boll. I say we. As it turns out, no-one has quite the same level of disregard for their own sanity as myself, so you are, I'm afraid, stuck with me hollering at you as we crash through ...…
 
It's our general August film round-up time, but we're inadvertently hit upon a couple of themes, with two superhero sequels, Ant-man and the Wasp and Incredibles 2, two dramas with a religious bent to them, First Reformed and Apostasy, and we round things out with the critically acclaimed colonial character study, Zama.…
 
Bank heists and hostage situations come under examination in this episode, as we talk about Dog Day Afternoon and Inside Man. Listen in, or suffer the consequences.By Craig Eastman, Drew Tavendale, Scott Morris for Fuds On Film
 
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