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Best Hollywood Outsider podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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As medical examiners Luis and Charlie explore a curious cadaver known only as John Doe, The Living Dead opens with the beginning of the end...and what happens after. An epic conclusion to the world created by legendary filmmaker George A. Romero (Night of the Living Dead, Creepshow) and completed by celebrated author Daniel Kraus, this novel serves…
 
The San Diego Comic-Con At Home for 2020 has officially come to a close! This year, the San Diego Comic-Con had to adjust, and for the first time ever, brought the convention home to us all! With the greatest event in popular geek culture finishing its 2020 run, it’s time for us to dive into the biggest news, panels, and trailers released at this y…
 
What makes a great movie dance sequence? We've all been there, watching a movie, getting absorbed into the proceedings...and then it happens! Music kicks up, toes start tapping, hips start moving, and before you know it, we're grooving along with a fantastic dance sequence that almost forces us to join in! Dance sequences don't always work, but whe…
 
In this week's episode, we're taking teams of movie or TV characters and pitting them into a fight of sorts - however we want! The concept of this topic originated in our Facebook group from a listener of who would win between the crew of Alien vs the crew of Predator. We decided to expand this idea into a great topic on the show, taking our own ba…
 
What Are Your Favorite TV Catchphrases? This week, we want to kick back, relax, and chat about our favorite TV catchphrases together. Every TV show has that great one-liner that sticks with us and we find ourselves repeating it in everyday life. The Simpson's "D'oh!", the infamous "How you doin'?" from Joey on Friends, and even more recent ones lik…
 
An adventure 9 years in the making, THIS is the 400th episode of The Hollywood Outsider Podcast! On this grossly over-sized episode, we drop the usual strict adherence to format and simply speak about the changes in entertainment since the show’s inception, as well as the evolution of the podcast itself as Aaron, John, and Amanda join up with forme…
 
Controversial Debates in Film and TV Did Rose really have enough room on the door for Jack? Was that Karate Kid kick illegal? Did Scarlett Johansson get a fair shake in Ghost in the Shell? Is the Snyder Cut really a good thing? Is replacing controversial actors or canceling shows over difficult themes the right course of action? The controversial d…
 
Which Summer Franchise of the 2000's is the Best of the Best? Movie Battle Royale is back, but this time: Summer Franchise Edition. We wanted to talk about those franchises released in the 2000's that kept us going back to the theater for the next. The rules are limited: the franchise must have had at least 3 films release in the summer (May-August…
 
What Are Your Favorite Opening Sequences? On this week's episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we wanted to talk about those incredible movie intros. Whether it's an action-filled car chase, a terrifying phone call from someone in your house, or a bank robbery with triple-crossing and a mysteriously ominous character whose identity remains unk…
 
Aaron sits down with director Matt Eskandari to elaborate on his new Bruce Willis and Chad Michael Murray thriller, Survive the Night. Matt discusses isolating in L.A. while waiting for filming to resume, casting his film, and working with an icon in Bruce Willis. Survive the Night is now available on streaming platforms. Read Aaron's full review o…
 
How do you feel about "predictable" plot devices? On this week's episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we wanted to talk about those regurgitated and predictable plots and devices that every movie has reused at this point. We discuss some of our favorites predictable plot devices, as well as the ones that drive us NUTS! Of course, a debate eme…
 
What Are The Craziest TV Premises You've Ever Heard of or Seen? On this week's episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we're discussing those wacky, crazy TV show premises. There are some TV shows that are so bonkers, you cannot believe a group of someones were high enough to green-light them. A lot of them involve animals, because who doesn't l…
 
The Perfect Summer Movie Soundtrack What are the best songs or themes from movies to crank up once Summer hits? Instead of dwelling on it all, let’s just make our perfect playlist. We each get 10 songs – they can be themes, songs from a movie soundtrack, or just synonymous with a movie – and make our own perfect summer movie soundtrack! That means …
 
What are the most prominent TV cartoons from your childhood? You've heard it before: morning cartoons were everyone born before 2005's jam. Maybe you loved all the superhero character cartoons like Batman or Spider-Man, or preferred The Flintstones, Scooby-Doo or Looney Tunes, and later on you loved Rugrats, or perhaps you just only love the filth …
 
What movie scenes make you laugh the absolute hardest? Everyone has a slightly different sense of humor, so which movie scenes - in ANY MOVIE - do find the most hilarious? Are you a bit more refined with your tastes so you lean into Monty Python and the Black Knight's flesh wound? Maybe a little less so and prefer the wildly inappropriate antics of…
 
What are the most debated series finales on TV? LOST, Dexter, How I Met Your Mother, Game of Thrones and more... Each of these shows have one thing in common and it's not just people dying. They each create a massive divide among fans, and also between fans and creators. This is specifically for TV shows that had an intended series finale rather th…
 
Since many of us are stuck in quarantine, we decided to have a little fun and watch a movie people are talking about, Outbreak. But instead of the typical back and forth on the film, we watched it while recording our LIVE commentary. So either go off of memory or sync up your Netflix accounts, because this is our Outbreak Movie Commentary Track! Em…
 
Who is the Best Anti-Hero in Television History? An anti-hero or anti-heroine is defined as a main character in a story who lacks conventional heroic qualities and attributes such as idealism, courage and morality. Often, an anti-hero is unorthodox and might flaunt laws or act in ways contrary to society's standards. Who among those on TV does this…
 
What movies or TV shows do you watch when you're feeling down? On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we are discussing movies and television that pick us up when things are dire. With everything currently affecting the world, and millions of people across the globe enduring isolation or quarantine, we decided what better time to talk a…
 
FBI Profiler Illeana Scott (Angelina Jolie) has been called in to help hunt down an elusive serial killer known for taking the lives of his victims. When a witness to an attack arrives in James Costa (Ethan Hawke), Illeana finds herself caught up in a desperate game to stop the killer before he claims yet another victim. Or herself. A serial killer…
 
On this episode, we're discussing what YOU want us to! A wide range of submitted questions from what it takes for us to walk out of a movie to remakes, from foreign language film favorites to a hypothetical Kurt Russell experience. We've got a lot for you, including laughs and the craziest thing (or person) we've snuck into a theater. Also this wee…
 
How Do You Feel About "Inspired By" In Film? On this episode, we're discussing where we stand on "inspired by". Coming out this past week was Wendy, a film about a group of kids lost on an island that is “inspired by Peter Pan”. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood and 1917 were inspired by true events, namely the Manson Murders and World War 1. Just Merc…
 
Do You Love Classic Movie Monsters? On this episode, we're discussing those movie monster classics such as Mummy (1932), Frankenstein, Wolf Man, Dracula, Invisible Man, Creature of the Black Lagoon, etc. These classic horror movies are the beginning drivers for what we know horror movies and horror characters to be today and their visionary masters…
 
On this episode, we're discussing CGI characters, from our first memory of them to our top favorites, joined by guest HO, Troy Heinritz from The Blacklist Exposed. While CGI characters are computer generated, so many of them have had a substantial impact on us, sometimes for inspiration and other times emotionally. Characters like Caesar from Rise,…
 
What are the most dreadful TV couples? On this episode, we're discussing bad TV couples. Anyone who loves television has a favorite couple, or even several favorites. But have you ever loved a show and two characters getting together just ruined it for you? Are there shows where you just dread any potential romantic couplings - like it just doesn't…
 
For this special Oscars 2020 wrap-up, Aaron and Amanda discuss the events, speeches, and winners of the 92nd Annual Academy Awards. Find more information at TheHollywoodOutsider.com The Academy Awards are the most prestigious awards in filmmaking and showcase some of the greatest talent and work in motion pictures for that running year. The nominee…
 
What is the best film from all of the Academy Award 'Best Picture' nominees from 2010-2019? Oscar season is very real and hits full effect in January/February when the nominations go live and awards are presented, but what about those 'snubs'? Movies that should've but didn't, or maybe you agree with the Oscar contenders! We're selecting the best o…
 
On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we revisit 2019 as we present the 2020 Awards for the best we witnessed in film and television over the past year. From the continued explosion of quality content on TV and streaming services, to the implosion of mediocrity scattered about, to an overload of greatness both at home and in theaters –…
 
What do you want from TV in 2020? On this episode, we're discussing television in 2020. Specifically, with over 500 scripted TV shows in 2019, what more could we possibly want from the medium over the next several months? Genres? More baking, true crime, cheerleaders, what do we want from TV in 2020? We follow that up with our 15 most anticipated T…
 
This is our 2020 Movie Release EXTRAVAGANZA! On this year's episode, we break down the most anticipated releases of the 2020 movie calendar, including ours and listener picks as well. And with the year already in full swing, it’s finally time to look ahead at all of the exciting releases still to come in 2020! We kick things off with the most antic…
 
As we take the week off, here are three of our most popular topics from last year: Classic Films, Childhood Heroes Brought Back To Life, and the Most Quotable Movies. The HO will return with our 2020 Movie Release Extravaganza on January 15, 2020! First up, from Episode 361: We discuss the concept of classic films and what defines them for us. We a…
 
J.J. Abrams returns to Star Wars with The Rise of Skywalker, and to end a 9-film saga. For this go round, Rey (Daisy Ridley), Finn (John Boyega), and Poe (Oscar Isaac) have been tasked with locating a hidden planet that contains the key to bringing down the entirety of The First Order, now led by Kylo Ren (Adam Driver). Still conflicted with his co…
 
What were your entertainment highlights of 2019? On this special of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, it is time to say goodbye to the year! Though we have one more episode planned for next week, this is our last regular-esque episode of the show. And for it, we review Jumanji: The Next Level, 6 Underground, discuss Richard Jewell and The Garden Left…
 
What were your favorite films and television shows of the 2010s? On this week's episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we are discussing a decade's worth of film and television content. We know - it's a lot. Reflecting on the changes in entertainment over this past decade in film and television, our top 10 films and TV shows that released 2010-…
 
It's the 2019 HOliday Podcast Special! Every year, we love to celebrate the holiday season with our listeners, and there is no better way to do that than with our 6th Annual Holiday Special! It all started with a random idea, as Aaron and Scott were big fans of holiday specials, yet podcasts seemed to skip over the idea completely. Therefore, we de…
 
Director Tara Wood wastes no time introducing us to her intentions with QT8: The First Eight; this is – first and foremost – a celebration of the works of Quentin Tarantino. It is an important anecdote to note, because if you were hoping for a shockingly tawdry expose plunging into Tarantino’s childhood – ripe with family secrets explaining his fas…
 
Anna, Elsa,and Olaf search out the origins of Elsa's magical powers by journeying to an enchanted land in Frozen 2. Hardened writer Lloyd Vogel is assigned to profile Tom Hanks' Mr. Rogers for an article on heroes, and Lloyd learns about forgiveness along the way in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood. And Daniel Craig leads an astounding ensemble …
 
What movies are you most excited for this holiday season? On this special episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, it’s our Holiday Movie Preview 2019! Every wide release for the remainder of the year is on tap as we debate the best and worst of the upcoming season. From Knives Out, 21 Bridges, and Frozen 2, to Jumanji: The Next Level, Cats, and …
 
Do you feel our nostalgia for classics causes us to be TOO respectful of these films? On this week's podcast, instead of a typical topic of the week, we field several intriguing listener questions and topics. From the aforementioned debate on if we're too nostalgic to where the film business is headed after 2019, movies to describe our dream lives,…
 
Have we finally reached the PEAK of television - the best it is and will ever be? With streaming platforms and content being announced every day, how does today's television rank with history? Is this the best it'll ever be or could it be better? A conversation centered on the topic of television at its height, hosts Aaron, John, and Amanda talk ab…
 
What are your rules for needing a sequel? This past weekend, another crop of sequels hit theaters with Maleficent 2 and Zombieland: Double Tap. One movie fans have clamored for a sequel for the past decade, and the other had crickets chirping when you mentioned another chapter. So what determines when a sequel should get made? Is it always just suc…
 
What is the scariest movie in history? Every Halloween, fans around the world debate the scariest moments and characters in entertainment. Those scenes that leave fans terrified of a finger-knifed murderer haunting their dreams or a masked boogeyman terrorizing their neighborhood. We each have our own life experiences which feed our fears, but what…
 
What popular character do you wish there was an alternative take on? With JOKER taking over theaters worldwide, we decided this was a prime time to debate whether or not it is ever acceptable to deviate from the source material and offer an alternative take on a popular character. Many people find this to be sacrilege, to even consider changing the…
 
Was 1999 the greatest year in movies? Two decades ago, an absolutely hella fly year in entertainment took hold in 1999. Classics like The Matrix, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, The Sixth Sense, The Mummy, The Blair Witch Project, and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me hit theaters. Not to be outdone, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Angel, ER, Fri…
 
What life skills have you learned from movies and television? The Karate Kid inspired millions to stand up to their bullies. You know what else it did? It taught people useful tools like waxing on, waxing off, and using chopsticks. Countless movies and TV shows have taught us so much over the years that it might be inconceivable to identify any one…
 
On this special episode, Tony Moran - the Michael Myers in John Carpenter's Halloween - stopped by to discuss working on that film, its legacy, and even clears up the confusion with Nick Castle's Shape. It's an interview any fan of Halloween will love! Subscribe at https://www.thehollywoodoutsider.com/subscribe/ Email topic suggestions or episode r…
 
Want to know what new TV shows to watch this Fall? It's time for our Fall TV preview 2019, including our most anticipated new and returning shows on the Fall television schedule. TV has evolved so much, and there are so many options, it becomes overwhelming every year to know what we should be spending our time on. Therefore we rolled up our sleeve…
 
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