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The Next Picture Show
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A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts and the Panoply Network.
 
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A.V. Talk
Weekly
 
A.V. Talk is the web's smartest movie and television review show. Hosted by the editors of Onion's A.V. Club, A.V. Talk is your required viewing for the weekend.
 
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Random Movie Night
Monthly+
 
Can’t decide what to watch? Neither could Uproxx’s Mike Ryan and Keith Phipps. So, each week they let a random number generator choose a popular movie for them and talk it over.
 
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The Next Picture Show
Weekly
 
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Genevieve Koski, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Scott Tobias. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts and the Panoply Network.
 
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The Next Picture Show
Weekly
 
From the former editorial team of The Dissolve, The Next Picture Show is a movie of the week podcast devoted to a classic film that has shaped our take on a new release. Hosted by Scott Tobias, Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson and Rachel Handler. Produced by Genevieve Koski. Part of the Filmspotting Podcast Network.
 
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The Next Picture Show
Weekly
 
A biweekly roundtable by the former editorial team of The Dissolve examining how classic films inspire and inform modern movies. Episodes take a deep dive into a classic film and its legacy in the first half, then compare and contrast that film with a modern successor in the second. Hosted and produced by Keith Phipps, Tasha Robinson, Scott Tobias and Genevieve Koski. Part of the Filmspotting family of podcasts and the Panoply Network.
 
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Welcome to the latest episode of THE 250! Hosted by Andrew Quinn and Darren Mooney, The 250 is a fortnightly trip through some of the best (and worst) movies ever made, as voted for by Internet Movie Database Users. New episodes are released every second Saturday at 6pm GMT, with the occasional bonus episode between them. This time, Stanley Kub ...…
 
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Random Movie Night
 
Has Brad Pitt fought in every modern war? These and other burning questions get addressed when Mike Ryan, Keith Phipps, and special guest Sonia Saraiya check out the 2001 thriller 'Spy Game,' starring Brad Pitt, Robert Redford, and some of the Cold War's hottest locations.
 
Mike Ryan, Keith Phipps are joined by their special guest, Variety TV critic Sonia Saraiya, as they explore the disturbing 1990 film Problem Child, a family comedy filled with bear attacks, serial killers, and Jack Warden abuse.
 
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Random Movie Night
 
Mike Ryan and Keith Phipps discuss the 1982 film, 'Night Shift'
 
Description: Mike Ryan and Keith Phipps reevaluate their lives while watching Mike Nichols' movie about a brain-damaged Harrison Ford.
 
This week, Jared couldn’t make it, but regular guest Julia steps in as co-host! We bring back The Next Picture Show‘s Keith Phipps to talk about the cult 1973 trucker romp Convoy – starring Kris Kristofferson and directed by Sam Peckinpah (and based on the hit… novelty song?). Fire up your CB radio… Continue reading The post Convoy (1978) w/Kei ...…
 
We complete our exploration of the legacy of Kong with the 1976 and 2005 remakes! .divider-59de26065cc02{ margin-top: 30px;margin-bottom:30px;width:100%;}.divider-59de26065cc02 .divider-border{border-bottom-width:5px; border-color:#f2f2f2;}.divider-59de26065cc02 .double-line.divider-inner-item .divider-inner{border-top-width: 5px; border-bottom ...…
 
Hey, friends! Christmas is almost here, and this year, that can only mean one thing: we are one episode closer to Gabe's last as co-host of Mousterpiece Cinema. This week, Josh and Gabe are talking about a now-15-year old film that set the standard for countless indie films along with a very well-known TV show: The Royal Tenenbaums, from direct ...…
 
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Mousterpiece Cinema
 
Hey, friends! Christmas is almost here, and this year, that can only mean one thing: we are one episode closer to Gabe's last as co-host of Mousterpiece Cinema. This week, Josh and Gabe are talking about a now-15-year old film that set the standard for countless indie films along with a very well-known TV show: The Royal Tenenbaums, from direct ...…
 
In our first episode in our Universal Monsters series, we examine The Phantom of the Opera (1925) and Brian De Palma’s surreal musical Phantom of the Paradise! .divider-59de2606dcb51{ margin-top: 30px;margin-bottom:30px;width:100%;}.divider-59de2606dcb51 .divider-border{border-bottom-width:5px; border-color:#f2f2f2;}.divider-59de2606dcb51 .doub ...…
 
This week, Keith Phipps of Uproxx and The Next Picture Show comes back to the show to help us make sense of the 1970s John Boorman/Sean Connery mindscrew Zardoz! Set in the year 2293, Zardoz tells the tale of Zed (Connery, wearing a red diaper and thigh-high leather boots, and nothing else) a brutish… Continue reading The post Zardoz (1974) w/K ...…
 
This week on Alcohollywood, Keith Phipps of The Next Picture Show joins us to talk John Carpenter’s 1994 Lovecraftian mind-bender In the Mouth of Madness! When grizzled/semi-New Zealander insurance investigator John Trent (Sam Neill) is tasked with tracking down the missing horror writer Sutter Cane (get it? like Stephen King?),… Continue readi ...…
 
The ramp closes, and the Naboo craft rockets away, leaving the Sith Lord standing alone.Guest Commentator: Keith Phipps
 
The Next Picture Show's discussion of ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN and SPOTLIGHT continues with the group Forum discussion. In this half, Scott Tobias, Tasha Robinson and Keith Phipps talk about the films' respective approaches to journalism, the cities of Washington, D.C., and Boston, and visual style. Plus, Your Next Picture show, where we share r ...…
 
The Next Picture Show's discussion of ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN and SPOTLIGHT continues with the group Forum discussion. In this half, Scott Tobias, Tasha Robinson and Keith Phipps talk about the films' respective approaches to journalism, the cities of Washington, D.C., and Boston, and visual style. Plus, Your Next Picture show, where we share r ...…
 
The Next Picture Show's discussion of ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN and SPOTLIGHT continues with the group Forum discussion. In this half, Scott Tobias, Tasha Robinson and Keith Phipps talk about the films' respective approaches to journalism, the cities of Washington, D.C., and Boston, and visual style. Plus, Your Next Picture show, where we share r ...…
 
Welcome to The Next Picture Show, a movie of the week podcast devoted to a classic film that has shaped our take on a new release. With director Tom McCarthy's SPOTLIGHT getting lots of acclaim for its treatment of the Boston Globe's investigation into the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal, Scott Tobias, Tasha Robinson and Keith Phipps devot ...…
 
Welcome to The Next Picture Show, a movie of the week podcast devoted to a classic film that has shaped our take on a new release. With director Tom McCarthy's SPOTLIGHT getting lots of acclaim for its treatment of the Boston Globe's investigation into the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal, Scott Tobias, Tasha Robinson and Keith Phipps devot ...…
 
Welcome to The Next Picture Show, a movie of the week podcast devoted to a classic film that has shaped our take on a new release. With director Tom McCarthy's SPOTLIGHT getting lots of acclaim for its treatment of the Boston Globe's investigation into the Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal, Scott Tobias, Tasha Robinson and Keith Phipps devot ...…
 
Byron gets his first shot at leading the conversation by taking listeners to the dark and dangerous world of the 1970s detective. His three films begin with the iconic debut of Shaft starring Richard Roundtree followed by an updated version of Raymond Chandler’s The Long Goodbye directed by Robert Altman and the unravelling mysterious are wrapp ...…
 
For two years, members of The Dissolve staff put blood, sweat and tears into running their great film site – and all you get is a lousy top 5 list. Dissolvers Scott Tobias and Keith Phipps fill in for Adam and Josh, sharing the Top 5 Things We Learned At The Dissolve. Plus, reviews of SOUTHPAW with Jake Gyllenhaal and the indie transgender come ...…
 
Admiral Piett and two fleet commanders watch the battle at the huge window of the Super Star Destroyer bridge.Guest commentators: Tasha Robinson and Keith Phipps
 
Friend of the show Keith Phipps joins the gang to talk about the penultimate episode of Mad Men - "The Milk and Honey Route."By madworldpodcast@gmail.com (Mad World Podcast).
 
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Mousterpiece Cinema
 
Wise men say only fools rush in. But I gotta feelin' that tonight's gonna be a good night. So come on, Marianne! OK, enough singing (for now). Time to get down to business, and on this week's episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, business equals talking about the brand-new film from the Walt Disney Company. Yes, they just released a new animated film ...…
 
How do we imagine the music of other worlds? "The Sound of Science Fiction" includes the voices of Gregory Whitehead, Keith Phipps, Joanna Demers, Hank Schocklee, Ytasha Womack, John Szwed, Douglas Brode, Gabriel McKee, Lee Tizzard, Ellen Kranzer, Sally Childs-Helton, Matthew Ebel, Lydia Kavina, Albert Glinsky, Jon Bernhardt, Dalit Warshaw, and ...…
 
Alex and Andrea take the biggest boat they can find and go into the deep as summer dawns once again. Their bait is the examination of nature as vengeance, the strong hold of Americana and the new masculine hero. Hopefully they’ll be home in time for dinner. REQUIRED READING Jaws. Dir. Steven Spielberg. 1975. [Blu-ray/DVD] Piranha. Dir. Joe Dant ...…
 
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Mad World Podcast - A Mad Men Podcast
 
The Dissolve's Keith Phipps join William, Alexa, Tahlia and Dane as they discuss "Waterloo," the half-season finale of Mad Men's finale season.By madworldpodcast@gmail.com (Mad World Podcast).
 
As home theaters get more and more impressive, studios are fighting back with visually epic films like Gravity, which take the theatrical format to its current limits. Gravity’s huge box-office success and 10 Oscar nominations suggest the renewed focus on scale might work both financially and aesthetically, but what happens when movies made to ...…
 
The tepid reception from critics and audiences toward Spike Lee’s recent remake of Park Chan-Wook’s dark, stylish 2003 film Oldboy is indicative of some of the problems and preconceptions surrounding American remakes of foreign films. We try to set aside our knee-jerk dislike for such films to discuss what they say about our filmgoing culture, ...…
 
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Mousterpiece Cinema
 
Friends, it's hammer time. (Listen, someone was going to make that joke, so it might as well be made right here.) Yes, once more, your intrepid hosts of Mousterpiece Cinema jump into the ever-expanding pool known as the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This week, Josh and Gabe have their sights set on Marvel's newest, Thor: The Dark World. Joining th ...…
 
If restaurant menus worked like cinema seasons, any chef serving chicken in the fall or fish in the spring would be given dubious looks, and face nonstop accusations that his food must not be very good, or he’d be serving fish in fall and chicken in spring just like everybody else. But the division of the film year into “studio dumping ground,” ...…
 
According to Aesop, familiarity breeds contempt, but that doesn’t always hold true. In the case of filmmakers, actors, and other creators with long, well-established careers, familiarity can help us isolate their particular talents and interests. Sometimes, though, Aesop’s right, and seeing too much of someone’s work makes us respect it less. T ...…
 
This week, as blockbuster season careens to a close, we discuss blockbuster culture, whether Steven Spielberg’s alarmism is on point, and whether it could all be turned in a more positive direction. Our second segment focuses on the singing-and-dancing party endings of films from Beetlejuice to This Is The End to Despicable Me 2, and asks what ...…
 
Keith Phipps, editor of Pitchfork's new movie site The Dissolve, stops by to talk about his new project as well as summer movies this far. Spoilers (with a warning) for Iron Man 3, Man of Steel, and World War Z.
 
Keith Phipps, editor of Pitchfork's new movie site The Dissolve, stops by to talk about his new project as well as summer movies this far. Spoilers (with a warning) for Iron Man 3, Man of Steel, and World War Z.By The Jeff Rubin Show.
 
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Mad World Podcast - A Mad Men Podcast
 
William, Alexa and Tahlia welcome Keith Phipps to talk about episode seven of Mad Men's sixth season titled, "Man With A Plan."By madworldpodcast@gmail.com (Mad World Podcast).
 
Talkin' criticism and Oogieloves with AV Club editor Keith Phipps.
 
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The Jeff Rubin Jeff Rubin Show
 
Talkin' criticism and Oogieloves with AV Club editor Keith Phipps.By The Jeff Rubin Show.
 
Slate's Dana Stevens and pop-culture writer Keith Phipps discuss Warm Bodies. WARNING: This podcast is meant to be heard AFTER you've seen the movie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Slate Magazine.
 
Slate's Dana Stevens and pop-culture writer Keith Phipps discuss Warm Bodies. WARNING: This podcast is meant to be heard AFTER you've seen the movie. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Slate Magazine.
 
One of the New Year's Resolutions for The Cinephiliacs this year is to explore the world of cinephiles outside of New York, so Peter decided to make a trip to Chicago to interview the windy city's best and brightest. First up: Keith Phipps, the former head of the pop culture monster The A.V. Club. Keith describes his movement from graduate scho ...…
 
On this week's new episode of Mousterpiece Cinema, Gabe and Josh are joined once again by prolific pop-culture critic Keith Phipps to talk about a film focused on a boy whose life you might call quirky. You might call it strange. In fact, you could even call it...odd. (On that pun, we have no regrets.) Yes, this week, the show rights a wrong an ...…
 
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Mousterpiece Cinema
 
Puppies, puppies everywhere, and not a drop to drink! OK, we may have that wrong, but on this week's all-new Mousterpiece Cinema, we're swimming in a sea full of adorable pooches as we cover the 1961 animated classic 101 Dalmatians. And it's a full house this week, as Josh, Mike, and Gabe are joined by the editor of The AV Club, Keith Phipps to ...…
 
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Mad World Podcast - A Mad Men Podcast
 
While Justin couldn't join the discussion of the Season 5 finale, Tahlia Hein and The AV Club's editor-in-chief Keith Phipps join William and Alexa to talk about the finale and the season as a whole.By madworldpodcast@gmail.com (Mad World Podcast).
 
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Jordan, Jesse GO!
 
We discuss what television shows Theresa would like with Keith Phipps of the Onion AV Club, and why girls like Sex and the City. Also: Hang It Up, Keep It Up, and a sweet new contest.
 
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Jordan, Jesse GO!
 
We discuss what television shows Theresa would like with Keith Phipps of the Onion AV Club, and why girls like Sex and the City. Also: Hang It Up, Keep It Up, and a sweet new contest.
 
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