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The SpielbergPod is a show where me and some friends rewatch the films of Steven Spielberg going through them one at a time . It's a mix of film discussion, humour and just good ol' fashioned conversation among friends. Features of the show include recastings of the films with current day actors, companion pieces to the film and top five lists.
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Now in our fourth series, we're back and this time around we're talking 1980s films of all shapes and sizes. But not just that, we've got eps on 80s TV, and music videos and more! As ever our episodes include trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we would be in the film). Lots of fun to be had. [Our 1940s, 1950s, 1960s and 1970s series are also available]
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The Rest Is Entertainment pulls back the curtain on television, movies, journalism and more with Richard Osman and Marina Hyde using their years of knowledge, enviable contact book and wit to bring you what’s hot, and what’s not in the world of entertainment.
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GREAT STORIES about GREAT STORYTELLERS shares insights into storytellers whose names you no doubt recognize—names like Edgar Allen Poe, Steven Spielberg John Grisham and Walt Disney—but reveals the backstories you probably never heard about them. The podcast features different kinds of storytellers—authors, directors, playwrights and even a poet or two. In short 10-15 minutes episodes, this fun and sometimes funny podcast features anecdotes and tidbits about storytellers, with each episode s ...
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It’s the Summer of Spielberg, celebrating a handful of Steven Spielberg’s films! But normally, it's a movie podcast where one host loves a movie, the other has never seen it. They watch. They discuss. Why do we call it a Load Bearing Beam? Because it's a movie you love so much that it holds up the foundation of the very structure that is you. Laci Roth and Matt Stokes are a married couple that needs to find stuff to watch together. On this show, they take a look at movies loved by one but un ...
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Join film critic Zaki Hasan and television writer Brian Hall as they engage in hilarious and insightful conversations on all the latest out of Hollywood, including news, reviews, and interviews with some of the biggest names in movies!
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The Spiel

SpectreVision Radio

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Each week, hosts Eric Vespe and Scott Wampler welcome a notable guest to the show to discuss a work of film from the career of director Steven Spielberg. The Spiel is an open-ended love letter to one of the greatest film directors of all time and his enormous impact on cinema.
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Season 4: Stephen King the 70s & 80s This season we move away from directors and look at the movies based on the works of Stephen King. Season 3: Shyamalan Starting August 2nd 2023. This time Jeff and Eric are taking a deep dive into the films of the master of the twist, M. Night Shyamalan. Of course, all done in chronological order. Season 2: Spielberg Just when you thought it was safe to unsubscribe, a chronological podcast returns with season two. Jeff returns with Eric from The Gaming Ne ...
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Your hosts Elton McManus and Andy Poulastides are here to walk you through possibly the greatest TV show ever created. We’re not experts, veterans or master tacticians of World War II but we do love a bloody good war movie so that’s why we’re here.
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Long-running film podcast featuring hosts Ken and Thomas and numerous guests talking filmographies, oddities, classics and side hustles. Through twelve season they have talked about nearly every movie ever made (verified by PodStats Inc). SEASON 12: Obscure mumblecore indie director Sir Christopher Nolan. His films in a Temporal Pincer Movement.
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“Creek Talk Podcast” is a weekly Dawson’s Creek Recap show hosted by two best friends who share a love for the 90’s teen drama. Your hosts, Stephen & Jayme, will be breaking down an episode by season and will give their opinions and personal stories as to how they relate to the show. So, Creek Talkers, grab a drink, the nearest rowboat and your favorite framed photo of Steven Spielberg and join us every Friday for a BRAND NEW episode of “Creek Talk Podcast!”
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Epicleff Originals | Cadence13

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Award-winning miniseries about the filmmakers who revolutionized the movies. Season 1: George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and the 1970s Movie Revolution. Season 2: The Story of James Cameron. It's a movie for your ears.
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Movies! Movies! Movies! We love ‘em even when we hate them. Join indie filmmakers Brian Cottington and John Wooliscroft who each week tackle your favorite movies both new and old..good and bad, through the lens of smart film critique with a heavy dose of comedy. So strap in to laugh about the films of Neil Breen while analyzing the works of Steven Spielberg because all are welcome to our cinematic madhouse.
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Tales From Hollywoodland

Tales From Hollywoodland

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TALES FROM HOLLYWOODLAND is a fast-paced weekly show business podcast, with an emphasis on all genres of movies; classic to current, as well as Broadway, TV, Cable, and Streaming. Hollywood vets Arthur Friedman, Steve Rubin, and Julian Schlossberg will be interviewing Hollywood luminaries, treating the listeners to decades worth of stories, anecdotes, insider viewpoints, candid opinions, as well as vivid and often hysterically funny celebrity encounters. From Sinatra to Cruise, Redford to Di ...
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Film Encounters of the Spielberg Kind

Tom Ashford, Adam Scott Glasspool

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Join film fans Adam and Tom as they embark upon another cinematic adventure, this time watching, analysing, and critiquing the entire filmography of legendary director Steven Spielberg! Each episode will focus on a single film, with Adam and Tom going in chronological order from Amblin' all the way to The Fabelmans. Along the way they will explore the production, release, and context of each film and keep up with Spielberg's career as he develops from tenacious young filmmaker to one of the ...
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On The Economy

Jared Bernstein and Ben Spielberg

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Jared Bernstein and Ben Spielberg debunk some false solutions offered in response to real economic problems and discuss policies that can reduce inequality and boost opportunities for low- and middle-income people.
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July 3rd, 1985… a day that a little time travel movie produced by Steven Spielberg, and directed by Robert Zemeckis called Back to the Future. This podcast will dive into the world of BTTF, and discuss the movies, the characters, and all the behind-the-scenes details on one of the greatest trilogies of all time. So buckle in, make sure your flux capacitor is fluxing, and enjoy the 88 miles per hour adventure of the Back to the Future trilogy.
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Science fiction & Fantasy audio dramas. A big frothy cocktail of catastrophe, cliffhangers, and comedy – two parts Asimov, one part Arthur C. Clarke, with a jigger of early Spielberg, a splash of satire, and a sprinkling of Monty Python. Ad-free.
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Joel and Daniel are the best brothers ever. This is a fact. For the first season of their podcast, they will be discussing Vh1’s Celebreality era — a notoriously debaucherous period of reality TV that featured timeless classics like Flavor of Love, I Love New York, Rock of Love and Charm School. Daniel and Joel will unpack a different Celebreality TV show every episode, reflecting on the stars, tropes, and enduring appeal of this era of television.
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Ramblin: An Amblin Podcast

Andrew Gaudion and Joshua Glenn

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Ladies and Gentlemen, Extraterrestrials and Poltergeists, welcome to Ramblin: An Amblin Podcast. In each episode, your hosts Andrew Gaudion and Joshua Glenn will guide you through the weird and wonderful films that fall under the Amblin Entertainment Banner, the production company founded by Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall and Kathleen Kennedy back in 1981. With friends and special guests joining along the way, get ready for discussions, analysis and trivia around both some of the biggest m ...
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Director Showdown is an idea that came about after months of intense arguments between Brent Carroll and Adam Daufen about which famous director was better: Spielberg or Kubrick? From those arguments, season one was created. Each new season pits two new directors against each other, and every other week Adam and Brent get together to make their case - sometimes with help from guests.
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My Fair Katie is a classic film review podcast hosted by Katie and her dad. Mostly family-friendly movies, all age appropriate. Lots of questions and debate with a surprising amount of humor.
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Home to the unofficial podcast about TNT’s Falling Skies. Hosted by Frank and Rob. Episode recaps, news, analysis and predications are all discussed on this weekly show. Please rate us and subscribe to help more fans find our show. Learn more, contact us, and check out our other podcasts at www.southgatemediagroup.com.
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A podcast for movie lovers, dedicated to diving in to the back catalogue of a wide array of movie directors . From Kubrick to Kurosawa, Scorsese to Spielberg, each episode will focus on one particular auteur, discussing their filmography and then comparing a Top 5 list of our favourite movies with guests. As well as this there will be bonus episodes containing movies reviews, other Top 5 lists and all things cinema!
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We're presidential history buffs and former aides to top politicians, and we're here to discuss movies on American presidents. Each podcast focuses on what Hollywood is trying to tell us about America by using a president as a lead character. Join us for provocative insights, opinions and recommendations as we examine the celluloid president.
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Long-time podcasting partners and the geniuses* behind The Editing Bay and The 16-Bit Gladiators, Joel Bernsen and Joe Cucinotti return! Raised on Spielberg, Star Wars and the NES, they bring their retro lens to current nerd-culture every week, chatting about video games, film, TV and everything in between. Their morning-radio approach and off-color commentary make for a podcast any geek will love. www.lowreshighdef.com
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Failure to Adapt

Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Red Scott

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Is the book always better? Are they better off as Movies?? Finally, an answer. Author Maggie Tokuda-Hall and Comic Red Scott talk media that moves from one form to another. Whether it's Stephen King books becoming Steven Spielberg movies, Fairy Tales loosely inspiring animated Disney musicals, or People transmuting into Wolves, this is the podcast with the conviction and insight to determine a story's correct form.
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Reel Ramblin'

Christopher Jovanovic

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A podcast for movie-lovers! Relaxed conversations about the themes, genres, and memorable moments that make up movie history. In a world of passionate reviews and progressively intensifying fandoms, let's get back to basics. Let's get ramblin'!
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Nick Emel and guests deliver a mix of entertainment, education, and satirical banter as they cover fact-based Top 10ish Lists in history, true crime, food, pop culture, and more. One host is prepped with fun facts, but the other is guessing the list in real-time, creating an unpredictable rollercoaster of laughs, learning and chaos. With 250+ episodes exploring everything from the Top 10ish highest-grossing films to the smartest animals to the deadliest cults, there's a Top 10ish List for ev ...
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What's new, folks? If you're in the mood to listen to Arthur Howell (creator of the blog 2 Cents Critic) give his thoughts on books, movies, and TV shows, then join in! Podcast Twitter and Instagram: @two_centscritic Personal Twitter, Goodpods, StoryGraph, and Letterboxd: @arthur_ant18 Website: www.2centscritic.com Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/144101970-arthur-howell
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Katie's scorching hot take about Steven Spielberg is tested this season. For the first movie, We watch the classic movie about an alien invasion. No, not E.T. or War of the Worlds, but Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Grab an "ice cream" and enjoy finding out whether it still holds up almost 50 years later.…
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Unlike lots of people their age, neither Laci nor Matt grew up with the Indiana Jones films. But at least one of them has fallen in love with the franchise as an adult, especially this first film. The two talk about the origins of Raiders of the Lost Ark on a beach in Hawaii in 1977 as Steven Spielberg and George Lucas built sandcastles together. O…
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Which of Steven Spielberg's legendary catalogue of work makes Marina and Richard's top 3s? On films, what will come of the trend of de-aging and what are good / bad examples? How are child actors protected when in a horror film? And, how do you film "film"? Sign-up to The Rest Is Entertainment newsletter for more insights and recommendations - www.…
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Tune in as Arthur’s pal Kate comes back around to the program for a breakdown of Schindler’s List, the 1993 Holocaust drama that covers the real-life tale of German industrialist and Nazi Party member Oskar Schindler as he ends up using his factory work to rescue over a thousand Jews. Considering the genocide that Israel has been committing against…
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This week- once again, ahead of the release of 'Deadpool and Wolverine', it's another X-Men related One Perfect Scene. This time around it's me and my good friend Kieran discussing the scene where Erik Lensher (played by Michael Fassbender) goes to Argentina and wrecks shop in a sleepy pub, from Matthew Vaughn's 'X-Men: First Class'.…
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How much negotiating goes into the order of names on TV and film credits? How do presenters concentrate when a producer is speaking in their ear from the gallery? How does Marina decided on her top 3 John Williams soundtracks? Your questions answered in this episode of The Rest Is Entertainment. Sign-up to The Rest Is Entertainment newsletter for m…
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Jim and Gary discuss "J. Edgar," Clint Eastwood's 2011 biopic of J. Edgar Hoover, who was arguably the most powerful bureaucrat in history. Several American presidents feared him; others used him as an ally. The movie says a lot about the rise of the national security state and the danger of federal law enforcement involving itself in politics.…
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Has Neil Breen finally hit rock bottom as a filmmaker to deliver his worst film ever: CADE: the tortured crossing? This week, we are plunging headfirst into Neil Breen's latest cinematic catastrophe. Brace yourself for a wild ride through incomprehensible plots, CGI tigers that turn into animorphs, and inexplicable Bollywood dance numbers in dilapi…
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Have you ever wondered which type of animal is most plentiful on Earth? Well, wonder no more, nerd! On this episode, animal expert Ellen Weatherford returns to guess the Top 10 Most Populous Animals on Earth, ranked by latest population estimates. PLUS...fun facts and trivia about each animal, what leads to huge populations, animal industrializatio…
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Tune in as Arthur’s buddy Anna hops back onto the program for a deep dive into Don’t Worry Darling, the 2022 psychological thriller that had been swamped in a notorious wave of media frenzy (remember the spit mystery, anyone?). But once you dig past the Hollywood hubbub, what do you get with this mindfuck-lite trip through a 1950s desert-set compan…
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Get ready for a provocative episode of the Tales From Hollywoodland Podcast! This week, we're diving deep into the world of X-rated movies, with a special focus on the iconic film Deep Throat. Join hosts Julian Schlossberg, Arthur Friedman, and Stephen Jay Rubin as they explore the cultural impact and legacy of adult films in Hollywood. We're also …
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'Made in Korea: The K-Pop Experience' is coming to the BBC. It will show five boys from across the UK as they are put through the K-pop training process, the end goal being to launch a new boy band on the global stage. Why has South Korean become the cultural beacon for some many young people with K-Pop at it's heart? In Mumbai with Anant Ambani an…
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Haley Joel Osment is the star of Steven Spielberg's often misunderstood masterpiece A.I. - Artificial Intelligence and now he's on The Spiel to talk about what it was like working on that film as a mecha child on the hunt any possible path back home to his mother. You'll hear Osment discuss working with Spielberg, how the director almost picked Har…
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Okay, little backstory to this epsiode. On the sister podcast- the SpielbergPod (and the Patreon feed over at www.patreon.com/ERRP)- occassionally we do 'One Perfect Scene' epiosdes, where we discuss perfect scenes from films. Anyway, today's episode of ERRP is one of these, so it's me and Paul just* talking about one scene from James Cameron's 'Al…
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Send us a Text Message. TGTPTU reaches the beginning of the end of Season 12 as the team covers THE DARK KNIGHT (2008), the penultimate NOLAN VOID film in our temporal pincer pairing movement. Rebounding from the only moderate success of The Prestige, Sir Chris creates a mega-blockbuster with The Dark Knight, his follow-up to Batman Begins and a fi…
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Detroit's favorite cop is back in BEVERLY HILLS COP: AXEL F, and we're here with our thoughts on the long-awaited legacy sequel from Netflix, as well as director/star Kevin Costner's epic Western HORIZON: AN AMERICAN SAGA. This one is meant to be the first of four parts, but is there enough gas in the tank to keep it going? Plus: our thoughts on th…
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Well, this is it, Creek Talkers. This is the end. 🥹 This week, we're recapping the SERIES FINALE of Dawson's Creek, Season 6, Episode 24, "...Must Come to An End" (Part 2) 💔w/Very Special Guest, Aubrie Williams! 💥Follow Aubrie on Instagram: @Aubs913 @cookbookobscura @kfprods In the Final Episode, the gang must face losing one of their own. Dawson (…
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Stone Cold Steve Austin stunned in WWE, but did Hollywood leave him out in the cold? This week, Brian and John dive into the direct-to-DVD filmography of WWE legend "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. From "The Condemned" to "Maximum Conviction", we break down Austin's transition from wrestling superstar to action movie tough guy. Austin literally was the b…
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Your hosts Elton McManus and Andy Poulastides take a small but related detour to talk about the truly epic A Bridge Too Far. Operation Market Garden, September 1944: The Allies attempt to capture several strategically important bridges in the Netherlands in the hope of breaking the German lines. We are NOT experts, veterans or master...…
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Hershey. Snickers. Twix. Which chocolate bar has the most sugar? On this episode, candy expert Daniel Zafran returns to test Nick Emel’s chocolate candy knowledge with the Top 10 Most Sugary Chocolate Candy Bars, ranked by total grams of sugar in a single serving. PLUS... the history behind each candy bar, chocolate vs. non-chocolate candy, how sug…
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Last episode you heard part one of my conversation with Nilo Rodis Jamero, design legend and wonderful person. For this episode, number 106, the first of July 2024 you’ll be hearing part two of our chat… On entering the gaming industry Nilo's focus was always about inspiring and guiding production teams to craft original and iconic characters and w…
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The very funny Kumail Nanjiani (Eternals, The Big Sick) kicks off The Spiel by talking about not only one of the best Steven Spielberg movies, but one of the flat out best movies ever made: Raiders of the Lost Ark. Kumail, Vespe, and Wampler dig through this supernatural action adventure masterpiece, pick their favorite moments, reveal some secretl…
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Host Eric Vespe is joined by Spectrevision Radio head honchos Daniel Noah and Elijah Wood to discuss just what the hell you're in for with this show. You'll find out the backgrounds of the two hosts, the sad recent events that had a major impact on what The Spiel is going forward, what some of our favorite Spielberg joints are, and even get a previ…
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Dive into the captivating world of late-night television with "Tales from Hollywoodland"! In this episode, hosts Julian Schlossberg, Arthur Friedman, and Stephen Jay Rubin explore the rich history and evolution of late-night TV. From the Dumont Television Network's "Cavalcade of Stars" with Jack Kotter to NBC legends like Jerry Lester, Jackie Gleas…
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In an act of disastrous political timing, Jill Biden has appeared on the front cover of US Vogue. Does this tin-eared response to her husband’s catastrophic debate performance spell the end to Hollywood’s elite support for the Democrats. Who the hell is Glen Powell and why is he always on my screen? Richard and Marina give us a bluffers guide to th…
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Send us a Text Message. This week, the TGTPTU’s untrademarked “temporal pincer movement” catches up with the boys as THE DARK KNIGHT RISES (2012), Sir Christopher Nolan’s conclusion to his Batman trilogy, gets covered before his penultimate The Dark Knight. Sir Chris has been quoted as saying, “There are no good third sequels, basically—Rocky III m…
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The first leg of the Summer of Spielberg is behind us, and we're taking a scheduled week off. But we have another curated clip show for you! This time both Matt and Laci are taking you through it. And this clip show actually features like 25 minutes of brand-new audio from Laci and Matt, relitigating the arguments documented in these clips. We'll b…
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Well, we're here Creek Talkers. We've made it to the finale! 😭 This week, we're recapping Season 6, Episode 23, "All Good Things..." 🩷Part 1 of the Series Finale, w/Very Special Guest & Friend of the Podcast, Carla Blais! Carla has been such a huge supporter of our podcast since the very beginning! And she is so well versed in all things Dawson's C…
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Your hosts Elton McManus and Andy Poulastides review Part Four – Replacements where we’re meeting the replacements and seeking shelter in a barn. Lets hope we make it ’till morning. With the addition of many new men, Easy Company heads to Holland to participate in Operation Market Garden and prepare an Allied route into Germany,...…
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Happy Fourth of July folks. What better way to deal with the existential dread of current US politics than to escape to the movies! This week we are diving into the over-the-top world of National Treasure! we are breaking down Nicolas Cage's quest to steal the Declaration of Independence, decipher Ben Franklin's magic glasses, and find America's gr…
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Will Wimbledon always be on the BBC, and what are the UK crown jewels of sport? How important is crew catering and can you tell when a scene has been shot before or after lunch? Marina gives us her top 3 (and more) favourite remakes plus some any other business dropping into Richard's texts. Your questions answered on The Rest Is Entertainment. Sig…
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With a brand new Axel Foley adventure now streaming, we thought the timing was perfect to revisit the original, 1984's BEVERLY HILLS COP. The action-comedy turned Eddie Murphy into a superstar overnight and remains one of the most successful R-rated movies of all time, and we have plenty to say about its backstory and legacy. Listen separately or w…
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Submit a topic/question: https://forms.gle/yGfYKbmJDRLvdbGm9 In this episode, Jake discusses some recent major news stories and reviews The Bikeriders. What did you think of this movie? What about the news? Send feedback to us by: 1. Sending a voicemail: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/movietalkwithjaketurner/message 2. Sending an email: mo…
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If you’re ready for a bussin’ new episode of 10ish Podcast, look no further. This one is straight fire, no cap. Returning guest Sidekick Host, Josh Schell from Reddit on Wiki, is finna’ put his Gen-Z pants on to guess what slang words and phrases American teens use most today, according to a survey of thousands of American parents. PLUS... the orig…
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Tune in as friend of the show Guy Bradford returns to his guest chair once again for a review and recap of Very Bad Things, the 1998 black comedy that follows the ludicrous and murderous consequences of a Las Vegas bachelor party gone tragically wrong. The different ways in which this movie’s utterly ruthless and cynical sense of humor hits the hos…
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In this Tales From Hollywoodland episode, join hosts Steve, Julian, and Arthur make you an offer that you can’t refuse as they delve into the history and evolution of American gangster movies. They discuss iconic films like "Little Caesar," "Public Enemy," and "Scarface," and the impact of the Hays Code on Hollywood's portrayal of violence. The con…
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The double bounce of an election and the Euros has led to some very successful podcasts achieving even bigger numbers. Many of these podcast hosts are also part of the TV coverage, so how does one format bleed into the other, what can TV learn from podcasts, and should podcasts really be on TV? 'The Apprentice' (a biographical drama of Donald Trump…
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Welcome to THE TINY 10ISH, a new micropodcast by 10ish Podcast! The Tiny 10ish features Nick Emel going over a Top 10ish List in short order, along with fun facts and trivia—all in 10 minutes or less per episode. On this edition of The Tiny 10ish, Nick reveals the Top 10 Most Forgettable States in America, as determined by Sporcle's "Can You Name A…
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In this bonus episode from our time at last year's Eerie Horror Fest, we are joined by self-proclaimed "horror goblin" Alyssa Woke Kennedy, the festival's social media manager and host of the Eerie Horror Cast podcast. Discover the challenges and joys of promoting a horror festival, the art of horror podcasting, and the diverse world of scary cinem…
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Send us a Text Message. TGTPTU Book Club returns this week with Sir Christopher Nolan’s first and only adaption, i.e., THE PRESTIGE (2006), with bookworm and repeat guest Shannon joining from The Bunker. Post-Batman Begins, Sir Nolan returned to his love of puzzle-box stories to bring to life the work of another Chris (Christopher Priest) while cas…
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Y'all ready to make Contact? This week, Louie and Gavin take a deep dive into the LONG long film career of this year's Pride subject (and chosen by you in this year's May Madness!) Jodie Foster! From Coppertone commercials to Academy Award winner, from Taxi Driver to Nyad, Panic Room to Freaky Friday, we cover it all! If you have any questions/comm…
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It's a super-sized MovieFilm show this week as we dig into box office smash INSIDE OUT 2 and indy THE BIKERIDERS. Hear our thoughts on this vastly different new releases as well as the nostalgic documentary BRATS from director Andrew McCarthy. Plus: Thoughts on the new trailers for Dwayne Johnson's latest family opus RED ONE and the new animated se…
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Has there ever been a movie better at predicting (hey!) the future? Swiping, pinching to zoom, targeted ads that follow you everywhere, optical identification, and constant facial surveillance? Hey, it’s like we’re living in some sort of Philip K. Dick nightmare! But it wouldn’t be so bad if life could be as fun as the movie Minority Report, Spielb…
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Happy Friday Creek Talkers! 😊 We're on the penultimate episode of Dawson's Creek!!! 😭 This week, we're recapping, Season 6, Episode 22, "Joey Potter and the Capeside Redemption." 📽️🗼🍩 Everyone is back in Capeside as Dawson (James Van Der Beek) finally begins filming his new movie. While taking control of Dawson's production, Joey (Katie Holmes) tri…
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