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Get ready for rush hour! 50 MPH is a podcast dedicated to the making and legacy of Jan de Bont’s 1994 summer movie blockbuster SPEED. Across 50 episodes, this one-of-a-kind oral history takes you on a breakneck journey from conception to execution, distribution and beyond. Join entertainment journalist Kris Tapley as he talks to the people who made it happen and discusses their memories of an electrifying thrill ride that defied expectations and became a global, star-making phenomenon. Throu ...
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Each week “Just for Variety” columnist and Hollywood’s most recognizable red carpet correspondent Marc Malkin sits down with today’s biggest stars to talk film, television, pop culture and the latest news. Plus, go inside the pages of Variety as Marc highlights the issue’s most talked about stories.
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Screen Drafts

Clay Keller and Ryan Marker

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Experts and enthusiasts competitively collaborate in the creation of screen-centric "best of" lists. Hosted by draft commissioners Clay Keller and Ryan Marker. "Most impeccable taste in guests." - Entertainment Weekly
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“It’s like a meet-cute for two people who already met some time ago” The Panel of Peril go to the travel agents to book themselves a lovely holiday. Their conditions for travel are thus: nice weather, entertainment provided by British reggae band, and strictly no terrorists. While the agent searches for the ideal trip, they watch this week’s film S…
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Stephen Fry on his new movie “Treasure, growing up gay in rural England and if he’ll be back as King James in “Red, White & Royal Blue 2.” Plus, on the red carpet with Nicole Kidman at the premiere of “A Family Affair.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Variety
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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of The Bentonville Film Festival, Screen Drafts Legend Billy Ray Brewton, and Screen Drafts Drea (and Bentonville Artistic Director) Drea Clark join us at the Draft Table to rank the 7 best films from the career of festival founder GEENA DAVIS! Filling in for Ryan as co-commish is Hollywood Pride author Alonso…
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“She had the longest neck in the history of actors” The Peril of Peril arrive in Los Angeles, bright eyed and bushy-tailed. Everyone loves them because they’re brilliant, and they make fast friends with an amnesiac who tells them to watch this week’s film Mulholland Drive (David Lynch, 2001). A Cowboy watches them as they watch the film. Betty (Nao…
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The end is nigh for 50 MPH, but before we bring things home, a recap and review is in order. What better way than the official 50 MPH commentary track for SPEED? Watch and listen along as your humble host, Kris Tapley, throws out choice insights while pointing you to various episodes of the podcast for deeper dives along the way!…
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“Talladega Nights gets a lot better after you've seen Rise of Skywalker, that's for sure” The Panel of Peril run and gun all your favourite film and video games characters in one fluid motion, before removing their VR headset in order to watch this week’s film. That film is Ready Player One (Steven Spielberg, 2018), and they are joined by Kevin and…
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In a continuing series meant to chart SPEED's place in '90s cinema, Variety film critic Owen Gleiberman joins in to discuss the decade's greatest directorial debuts. From David Fincher and the Wachowskis to Quentin Tarantino and the Hughes brothers, find out where Jan de Bont's electric first outing figures in.…
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“Mr. Bond, you appear with the tedious inevitability of an unloved season” The Panel of Peril saunter through a small mining town in their fancy BMW, before being inexplicably arrested for not stopping at an intersection. Swiftly tried and convicted, they are sentenced to watch this week’s movie Nothing But Trouble (Dan Aykroyd, 1991). They are joi…
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“Is he just horny?” The Panel of Peril climb a big ol’ mountain to claim a mythical prize to aid them in their epic quest. That prize is a DVD of this week’s film; that quest is to watch that DVD, which is this week’s film Krull (Peter Yates, 1983). Upon climbing back down the mountain, they are met well by this week’s guest panel member, Matt Spec…
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Vinegar Syndrome's very own Justin LaLiberty ("stuff") and Samm Deighan ("stuff," Twitch of the Death Nerve Podcast) join us to rank the 7 best films released by physical media label Vinegar Syndrome in its first ten years of existence! Joining them are Screen Drafts Booster Club Official Sponsor Jason Ruvaldt, and guest co-commish Drew McWeeny (Th…
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“Surprise! Butcher’s hook up your nostril” The Panel of Peril start creepily speaking Latin, wield small, sharp weapons at one another, but thankfully stop short of gouging their own eyes out. They’ll be needing those to watch this week’s film Event Horizon (Paul WS Anderson, 1997). The crew of the Lewis & Clark are your typical blue-collar bunch. …
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“That's what you get for inviting audience participation” The Panel of Peril slip out of their wet clothes and into a dry martini, before taking a pew to watch this week’s film The Man With The Golden Gun (Guy Hamilton, 1974). Has James Bond (Roger Moore) met his match in the charming, villainous and charmingly villainous Francisco Scaramanga (Chri…
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