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Best Jeb Lund podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Jeb Lund podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Journalists Jeb Lund and David J. Roth step away from the the anxieties of the real world and step into the gentle, cornball, consequence-free fantasy world that exists only on the Hallmark Channel. Every week, give or take, we discuss a different Hallmark original movie—from Christmas cheer, to wedding jitters, to bakers who solve murders—and break it down into recognizable components of angels, moms, moppets, themed sweaters and mountains of dinner rolls, and try to make sense of the momen ...
 
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Polidicks
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Jeb Lund (Rolling Stone political contributor) and Tim Batt (New Zealand comedian) join forces to commentate the final sprint to the White House. The latest news, politics, polls and other BS involved in this cluster we call the 2016 US Presidential Election are discussed with equal parts delight, dismay and disturbance.
 
50 States of Blue's "Spectacle of Trump" Editor Jeb Lund and a rotating cast of fellow journalists and assorted comic-writer/attorneys discuss recent political and sports events through the prism of our broken and bizarre online discourse, talk to the occasional famous person, and try to leaven things via a Patreon-exclusive Hallmark Christmas Movie review podcast. It's very, very successful. Everyone loves it. Patreon.com/ThisWeekInAtrocity/
 
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Grierson & Leitch
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Tim Grierson and Will Leitch are lifelong best friends who have been writing and talking about the movies for 25 years. Grierson is vice president of the Los Angeles Film Critics Association. Leitch is doing his absolutely best to pretend. Read their work everywhere. But listen to this show for the pure juice, straight on tap.
 
The Will Leitch Experience is a daily podcast about sports, and other mirthful pursuits, from Sports on Earth. Host Will Leitch interviews a different smart person every day, and he tries to keep it under half an hour. This show also features several attractive ties as well as a sticky film that just won't rinse away. Subscribe so that your soul may be purified.
 
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Hey, Grierson & Leitch listeners! We have another Grierson & Leitch Conversations show. For several years, Will and writer/podcaster Jeb Lund have done an annual Thanksgiving podcast where they talk about ... well, the state of the planet as it currently exists. It's philosophical, it's nonsensical, it's metaphysical, it's metatarsal. It's a Th ...…
 
It's our big end-of-the-decade show! These are our two Top Ten lists for this past decade. This was very hard to do! Also, no movies from 2019 were eligible. We're saving those for Dorkfest. But these are our Tens. Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think ...…
 
ROBERT WHEEL returns for THE MISTLETOE SECRET (2019) and might get: Lubricious ... Always bet on Duffles ... Underused Patrick Duffy ... Improved Hallmark experience ... Moments of Mirth ... Competent leads, improved Pickler ... Kathleen Madigan on Kellie Pickler ... BREAK ... Cast rundown ... The Expositional Challenge ... Plot cleanup ... Pat ...…
 
Rian Johnson is back! Hopefully people will be a lot more chill about his new film than they were his last one. We discuss Johnson's "Knives Out." We also dig into the road drama "Queen & Slim" and then talk about a coupla Popes in "The Two Popes." And get excited: Our big end-of-the-decade show is next week. Timestamps (approximate): 10:01 "Kn ...…
 
NICK BOND takes us on a CHRISTMAS SCAVENGER HUNT (2019) to look for: Tom Arnold is sick ... THEME ... Brainwash your parents ... Sharing Hallmark with socialist whodunit mom ... Bona fides check ... Really enjoying the movie ... Saddam Hussein is so handsome ... BREAK ... Cast rundown ... The Expositional Challenge: A Dark Abyss ... Plot mop-up ...…
 
Two big ones this week. The first is Noah Baumbach's highly acclaimed divorce drama "Marriage Story," with Adam Driver and Scarlett Johannson, which will be available on Netflix next week. Then we dig into Marielle Heller's "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood," with Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers. Also, Grierson saw "21 Bridges" and "Frozen 2," if yo ...…
 
We close our eyes to PICTURE A PERFECT CHRISTMAS (2019) and see: Honkey Grandma be trippin' ... THEME ... Hello again to the AI horse ... Two good leads, one frictionless movie and one maximally shoplifted pootie ... Merritt Patterson and Jon Cor Appreciation Station ... Desi Jedeikin shout-out ... Authentic trauma ... Bad parenting, out-of-con ...…
 
DAVID T. COLE fortifies himself for PUMPKIN PIE WARS (2016) and the rising: Dave Quotient ... IMDB savant, finite memory ... Non-romping splenda oatmeal ... Magnum, PI's "Paper War" ... BREAK ... Cast rundown ... The Expositional Challenge: May be written ... Karen Geier plug ... Pie breach origins, bakery bailouts ... Just get a chair ... The ...…
 
The big hit of the weekend, and possible Oscar nominee, is James Mangold's "Ford v Ferrari." One of us likes it a lot more than the other. Grierson and Leitch agree on Elizabeth Banks' "Charlie's Angels," though. Grierson solos on "The Report" and "Waves," and at the end, they have a discussion of "Jojo Rabbit," which Leitch has finally seen. T ...…
 
We settle our brains for a NOSTALGIC CHRISTMAS (2019) and: A computerized programmable horse ... THEME ... Ethnically Kasem ... Led astray by Brooke D'Orsay ... Trevor Donovan streak ... Victor Webster's lotion ... The Expositional Challenge: Dunnnkk ... Powerful wooden Santa totems ... Alicia, the smartest person in Hallmark history ... Dullar ...…
 
The listeners have spoken, and they want us to discuss "Last Christmas" over "Midway." OK! Grierson debriefs us on "Midway" anyway, and then we talk about the "Shining" pseudo-sequel "Doctor Sleep." Timestamps (approximate): 8:11 "Doctor Sleep" 32:27 "Last Christmas" 55:19 "Midway" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are won ...…
 
Meredith Haggerty runs afoul of LOVE, FALL & ORDER and finds: Sound problems! ... Crossover: Law Bud ... Love, Fall & Order: Special Vermont Unit ... Terence Malick's Love, Fall & Order ... All the Real Girls: Secret Hallmark ... MUSIC: "Surfboard," by Esquivel ... [LINK] Full episode available here. [LINK]…
 
Timestamps (approximate): 8:28 "The Irishman" 35:33 "Terminator: Dark Fate" 55:33 "The King" 1:12:33 "Motherless Brooklyn" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend Mary, both of which are wonderful, for the music. We hope you enjoy. Let us know what you think @griersonleitch on Twitter, or griersonleitch@gmail.com. As always, give us a review on iTu ...…
 
Hey, Grierson & Leitch listeners! We have another Grierson & Leitch Conversations show. It's a throwback to Will's old The Will Leitch Experience podcast, when we used to preview the college basketball season with CBS Sports' Matt Norlander. If you do not like or care about college basketball, this is a very skippable show! We barely talk about ...…
 
We forget everything and start FALLING FOR VERMONT (2017) and: Hard at work or hardly working? ... THEME ... Pepperidge Farm doesn't remember ... Letters to Santa: We want it jauntier; listener Jack's bullet-point recommendation ... Not the most insane amnesia plot ... Flavor of Love ... The Expositional Challenge: Honk ... The most disturbing ...…
 
It's our annual mailbag show! You had so many great questions. It was way too much fun to answer them. But first! We have to discuss the Eddie Murphy Netflix vehicle "Dolemite Is My Name," and then the long-delayed "The Current War." Timestamps (approximate): 8:28 "Dolemite Is My Name" 28:00 "The Current War" 40:50 Mailbag! Thanks to Dylan Maye ...…
 
There are two movies in limited release this week, so Grierson's soloing on them. They're Toronto favorite "Jojo Rabbit," and Robert Eggers' scary "The Lighthouse." Then we dig into Steven Soderbergh's "The Laundromat," which we're split on, and the sequel "Zombieland: Double Tap." Timestamps (approximate): 8:20 "Jojo Rabbit" 15:34 "The Lightho ...…
 
SARA KATE WILKINSON finds LOVE AT FIRST DANCE (2018) leads to: Cat intercourse ... THEME ... It's a beautiful day in Hallmarkia ... Rockin' pneumonia ... Pleasant and frictionless ... Pretty movie ... The Expositional Challenge ... Prescribe more air horn ... BREAK ... Plot in 15 Minutes: Inoffensive meet-cute conflict ... Swedish New York aris ...…
 
We had a time crunch this week, but we hope it's worth it. So! First, we dig into "Gemini Man," which is bad. But then: Good movies! First, "Parasite," which might win some Oscars this year, and then the "Breaking Bad' culmination, "El Camino." Timestamps: 5:18 "Gemini Man" 24:10 "Parasite"" 43:13 "El Camino" Thanks to Dylan Mayer and My Friend ...…
 
The world can now go back about its business: "Joker" has finally been released. Grierson saw it back in August in Venice; Will just saw it this weekend. Does the distance make a difference? We dig in (very) deep on Todd Phillips' and Joaquin Phoenix's "Joker." Then Grierson solos on Pedro Almodovar's "Pain and Glory" and Noah Hawley's "Lucy in ...…
 
The Oracle says we'll meet MY ONE AND ONLY (2019) and: Make a hashtag out of #UandMe ... THEME ... Ballooning away ... Locked-in disorder experience ... Refrigerator poetry/Taco Bell menu plot ... Bean unit ... 5-layer burrito ... Rude zingers ... When Pascale Hutton talks ... BREAK ... The Expositional Challenge ... The wrap-up ... Self-aware ...…
 
There's only one new movie this week, the big Renee Zellweger Oscar play "Judy," about Judy Garland. But the real fun is in the Reboots, in which we discuss Michael Bay's "Bad Boys 2" and the 2009 Spike Lee joint "Passing Strange." Also, we're doing a mailbag show in a few weeks. Email us griersonleitch@gmail.com with any and all questions. Tim ...…
 
We experience LOVE AT FIRST GLANCE (2017) and forget about: The tango ... THEME ... Cuckolding nurse ... This movie's f'ing crazy ... 1.5 deaths ... Repeatedly traumatizing one boy ... Mount Igneous ... Canadian polygamy ... Dave makes it normal ... Pausing before the insanity ... Whiffs of The Mistletoe Promise ... Amy Smart Appreciation Stati ...…
 
Brad Pitt is not named Ad Astra in "Ad Astra," so stop thinking that. That's not true! His name is Roy. He is dealing with Dad stuff in outer space. We discuss James Gray's new movie, as well as Sylvester Stallone trotting out Rambo one more time in "Rambo: Last Blood." Then, in our Reboot movie, we look at 2007's Pixar film "Ratatouille." How ...…
 
Grierson's back! After a two-plus-week absence while traveling to the Venice Film Festival and the Toronto Film Festival, Grierson has returned to us! He gives us the best and worst films from each festival, and then dives right back in with discussions of two movies out this weekend. First, it's the Jennifer Lopez stripper-crime-drama "Hustler ...…
 
It's an embarrassment of riches with the SISTER OF THE BRIDE (2019) and: Extra Hot Great, SVU and the cultural canon ... Vartan Dadian ... THEME ... Cast rundown ... The Expositional Challenge ... Oxford School of Economics ... Professor of Factoidal Weddingology ... Cherry T-Bird ... Golfing without golfing ... Jack Welch, Lee Iacocca ... Hall ...…
 
Hello! Grierson still is not back from the Toronto Film Festival, so our fill-in guest with Will is the great Bilge Ebiri, film critic for Vulture and New York Magazine. He is the best. Together, Will and Bilge discuss the horror sequel/part two "It, Chapter Two," with bigger actors this time. Then, in our Reboot segment, we look at the 1988 Ni ...…
 
New concept alert! We proudly introduce "Grierson and Leitch Conversations," in which we sit down with someone OTHER than each other to talk movie stuff, or culture stuff, or sports stuff, or whatever stuff! It'll be fun. We can't just talk to each other FOREVER. We introduce the occasional, sporadic series with Jessica Pressler, a longtime wri ...…
 
Grierson is about to head to Venice and then Toronto for the biggest film festivals of the fall, so we preview both of 'em: There's some good stuff coming out. Then we talk about the Evil 1 Percenter movie "Ready Or Not." And none of that prepares us for the insanity of returning to 1997 and watching Luc Besson's unhinged "The Fifth Element." T ...…
 
STACEY GOTSULIAS has comps and will travel for PUPPY LOVE (2012) and: A Parental Advisory from TV's Andy Levy ... THEME ... No regrets ... Jeb picked a turkey ... Actor athleticism ... Terminally predictable ... 18 minutes of abandonment and anxiety ... Collar foley work ... The Expositional Challenge: Called for rain ... How we bork the Exposi ...…
 
Richard Linklater having a new movie coming out is usually cause for celebration in Grierson & Leitch land, but "Where'd You Go Bernadette" is a major disappointment. We also discuss "Blinded by the Light," which is about Bruce Springsteen, kind of. Also, in our Reboot, we dig into Joel Schumaker's 1987 teen vampire flick "The Lost Boys." Times ...…
 
SARA KATE WILKINSON meets THE CONVENIENT GROOM (2016) only to fall in love with: Our best friend Phylis ... THEME ... Dave is off tanning ... Fake spouses, a favorite thing ... Shakespeare tropes ... The Expositional Challenge ... Stone b*tch fake mother-in-law ... First-act cheater ... Confessing during technical difficulties ... Twentysomethi ...…
 
Strange week! Hard week. Relax with us with some movie talk. First, it's the odd Women Gangster movie "The Kitchen." Then the Guillermo Del Toro-produced "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark," or, as Grierson puts it, "Tonka's My First Horror Movie." Then it's Reboot time, with Panos Cosmatos' wild 2012 head trip "Beyond the Black Rainbow." Times ...…
 
We go back to the CHRISTMAS LAND (2015) and: We will never forget our granddaughters ... You can't go out there and die ... THEME ... Monsoons and painter's scaffolding ... Picking Richard Karn, Maureen McCormick and Christmas tree farms ... Tree farms, Staten Island, egg nog ... Dave's yokel safari ... Jurassic Park ripple ... Luke MacFarland ...…
 
Yep, there's another Fast and the Furious movie. This now makes nine. This one has The Rock and Jason Statham, and it's "Hobbs & Shaw." It's directed by a man named Leitch, but not our co-host. We also have two reboots: The 2013 rom-com (kinda) "About Time," and the 1997 Japanese animation classic "Perfect Blue." 9:3327:3648:44 Timestamps (appr ...…
 
Yep, here's our big Tarantino episode. First, we go long on Quentin Tarantino's fascinating "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood." Honestly, we could have talked even longer. Then we, because it's the law, each give our Top 10 Tarantino Movies. They're different, but not as different as we thought. And if that weren't enough ... then, in our Reboot s ...…
 
SARAH D. BUNTING's back, and we're gonna get in corrals for 2016's LOVE IN PARADISE and: Pomeranian ... THEME ... Unprepared to get worked up about Luke Perry ... The bone-marrow level of Luke Perry pop-culture weight ... Erred on the side of Priestley ... A very generous actor and good dude ... "We shoulda taken him more seriously" ... You can ...…
 
It has been a long time since critics were as actively divided about a big movie as they are "The Lion King." We are no different: One of us is down, and one is definitely not. Also, some fun, very different Reboots this week. We look at Rob Reiner's "The Princess Bride" and Michael Haneke's "Cache." As we said: Different. Timestamps: 10:06 "Th ...…
 
SARA KATE WILKINSON gets sent to CHRISTMAS CAMP (2018) to learn: All these people are dead ... THEME ... Ready for Christmas in July ... Can't find this movie ... Normie Hallmark Facebook ... Inert but fascinating ... A delightful vision of organized cabin fever ... Adults at camp ... Not taking work seriously ... The book isn't better ... BREA ...…
 
There was only one new movie we could get Will and Tim to even agree on watching this week: Lulu Wang's heralded "The Farewell." Grierson saw "Stuber," and Leitch saw "Crawl." Eh! Much better business in the Reboot, when we discussed Lee Chang-Dong's "Poetry" from 2012. Timestamps: 7:52 "The Farewell" 27:00 "Stuber" 35:18 "Crawl" 49:10 "Poetry" ...…
 
We're horsing around for eternity with VALENTINE EVER AFTER (2016) and doing unpaid labor on: A dude ranch ... THEME ... Knee calipers ... Going in optimistic ... Eric Johnson Appreciation Station ... Cast rundown ... The Expositional Challenge ... Plot mop-up: Rock-mount failure; dude ranch; hospital raffle ... Alana Smithee, or Alana Smithee? ...…
 
Hey, hope you had a great Fourth! We've got two really big new movies for you this week. First, it's the next Marvel movie -- and last for a while, maybe? -- with "Spider-Man: Far From Home." Then we look at Ari Aster's, uh, polarizing new horror film "Midsommar." Then, in our Reboot segment, we go back to 2001, and Steven Soderbergh's "Ocean's ...…
 
We will drop THE LAST BRIDESMAID (2019) until: A question mark leads to an exclamation point ... THEME ... The bipartisanship ceremony ... Better than the new churn ... The busier oeuvre of Nina Weinman ... Hallmark realism as foreign policy ... Kissinger, Scowcroft, Armitage, Oh my! ... George Mitchell's pipe ... Cast rundown ... Matt Harvey a ...…
 
We're halfway through 2019! Can you believe that? That's crazy. That means it's time for our annual Best Movies of the First Half of the Year show. We only have one crossover. We also discuss one new movie, the Danny Boyle Beatles fantasy "Yesterday." Our Reboot is another musical movie, Tom Hanks' directorial debut "That Thing You Do!" Timesta ...…
 
We watch A WINTER PRINCESS (2019) and confess: I went to a Mets game, and this movie made me come down with something ... THEME ... Happy Father's Dave! ... Preemptively apologizing ... Summer power outage ... The Expositional Challenge ... Dee's Nuts ... Zealous pro-family convert ... A double-guitar tuned to John Gielgud ... Happy Hour ... On ...…
 
Guest host CHARLES STAR and RANDOLPH BRICKEY recap June's Supreme Court madness beginning with: A judge who loved the troops and playing games too much ... THEME ... GAMBLE v. UNITED STATES: Separate sovereign, double jeopardy and the criminal president ... Larry Krasner again ... RBG on dual-sovereignty and individuals ... Double jeopardy, Blo ...…
 
It's the Pixar movie you've been waiting nine years for, another one that'll make you cry: It's "Toy Story 4." Don't worry: It doesn't kill your childhood. We also look at the new version of the '80s horror "classic" "Child's Play." And then there's a big fun Reboot, John McTiernan's thriller "The Hunt for Red October." Timestamps (approximate) ...…
 
No Reboot this week, because we've got four spanking new movies for us both to discuss. There's the "Men in Black" branding exercise, Jim Jarmusch's new film "The Dead Don't Die," Martin Scorsese's Netflix documentary (sort of) about Bob Dylan "Rolling Thunder Revue" and ... another Shaft movie. (This has not been the best summer.) Timestamps ( ...…
 
Sara Rue makes the leap and joins the pantheon in ALL FOR LOVE (2017) and we must get buff for: The further vindication of Sara Kate Wilkinson ... THEME ... Semper Christmas ... Lorenzo Lamas is Snake Eater 2 ... Journalism isn't a prank call ... Getting fired ... Real troop tropes ... Will Sara Rue make The Leap into the Pantheon? ... Funny pe ...…
 
Congratulations, America: You are finally done with the "X-Men" movies. OK, not really, but "Dark Phoenix" is a lackluster end to a once-excellent franchise. We discuss. We also get into Mindy Kaling's "Late Night." (We're split on that one.) Grierson solos on "The Last Black Man in San Francisco," and then, in our Reboot segment, we check out ...…
 
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