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A Damn Movie Podcast
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A theme based movie podcast that offers in depth reviews of films across the whole spectrum of film history from the silent era to modern day classics and new releases. Accompanied by our never ending film festivals, interviews and top 5's we will enthrall you with ridiculousness, knowledge and humor. We drink, we curse, and most reviews contain spoilers, so be weary. Voted Best New Podcast by SLC's City Weekly come be a fly on the wall of our conversations about the art form that we love wi ...
 
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Astounding Stories 04, April 1930 by Various Authors
 
The fourth issue of Astounding Stories continues Ray Cummings serial "Brigands of the Moon", along with pulp sci-fi stories by Capt. S. P. Meek, Anthony Pelcher and other authors. - Summary by Alan Winterrowd
 
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The United High School Podcast
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Astounding Stories 02, February 1930 by Various Authors
 
This is the second issue of the classic science fiction Astounding Magazine. It contains the finale of The Beetle Horde by Victor Rousseau, as well as stories by Harl Vincent, Charles Willard Diffin, Hugh B. Cave, Sophie Wenzel Ellis, Sterner St. Paul, Anthony Pelcher and Captain S. P. Meek. (Summary by Alan Winterrowd )
 
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"Punish you? What possible good would that do?" This week we examine that age old concept. That being a kid can sometimes suck. This is very true in J.A. Bayona's A Monster Calls. A little less true in our second installment of the Miyazaki fest, the magical My Neighbor Totoro. Then we remember the genius of Bill Paxton. Finally, Palcher reads ...…
 
She wants something to love, I think. Something that isn't her. Or, maybe she'd just love something to eat. This week we take a look at Henry Selick's stop motion instant classic, Coraline. Then we begin our new festival, the films of Hayao Miyazaki with his 2001 film Spirited Away. Finally, Palcher gives Sherlock the old IN OR OUT. Gross!…
 
Who is ready for another cheesy theme song? That's right everybody! It's time for our Tops and Flops of 2016, where Palcher gives great compelling insight into his favorites from both Sundance as well as from the last year. Then, Sherlock complains about how he is old and doesn't understand the world anymore. Enjoy!…
 
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First off, you see gum on the street, leave it there. It isn't free candy. Merry Christmas or whatever other religious or non-denominational holiday festivities you may be celebrating or not this year! This year, we do the Will Ferrell movie Elf. Palcher thought we had already reviewed it, but after checking, we hadn't. It's a Christmas miracle!!…
 
I was talking to Bianca, and she was saying that in her culture they have these rites of passages and rituals and ceremonies, and, just all kinds of things that, when you do them, go through them, let you know that you're an adult? Doesn't that sound great? This week we look at men falling in love with dolls. No, really. First is the 2007 film ...…
 
He is the armless, legless wonder of the twentieth century. And yet, by God, he's just as alive as you and me. Sorry about the long delay everybody! Ask Palcher about it. He has me working like a dog these days! This episode we look at the horrors of war. We start with Dalton Trumbo's Johnny Got His Gun, then our second installment of the Olive ...…
 
This box is full of stuff that almost killed me. This week, we try again to review The Hurt Locker, and it doesn't blow up in our faces! Get it?! *sigh* Anyways, we then review our fourth installment of the Powell and Pressburger festival, The Small Back Room, and then for some reason Palcher gets all punny and wants to do our top 5 favorite mo ...…
 
Do you have sinful thoughts sometimes? That's a shame. You should try, otherwise what sort of sacrifice are these vows of yours? This week Sherlock tries his best with some jokes about nuns, but Palcher isn't having any of it. First we have the 2013 polish film Ida, then the third installment of the Powell and Pressburger festival, Black Narcis ...…
 
You have to break in half to love somebody.....This week it is all about the afterlife, and love, and, well just listen to the episode! First, the Robin Williams fantasy drama What Dreams May Come. Then our second installment of the Powell & Pressburger festival, A Matter Of Life and Death. Finally, Palcher's picks for best of Sundance. Thanks ...…
 
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You're not from here? Where are you from? This week we go beneath the surface to see what is really there with Johnathan Glazer's sci fi art film Under The Skin. Then, Palcher gives us a glimpse into his favorite from Sundance 2015. Thanks for listening!
 
This week, we bring you the interview Adam Palcher did with Bill Hader, Craig Johnson and Mark Heyman from the movie Skeleton Twins back during Sundance this past winter. Next week, we get back into the festival. Thanks for listening!
 
This week, Palcher sits down with acclaimed documentary director, Joe Berlinger (Brother's Keeper, The Paradise Lost Trilogy) about his new documentary, Whitey, about James 'Whitey' Bulger, the notorious gangster. New episode next week, folks!
 
A mix of the sad and mournful with the silly and snarky. This week, we say goodbye to one of the greatest actors of our generation, Sherlock reviews an incredibly stupid movie, and Palcher gives a sneak peak at some of his festival favorites.
 
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Well, better late than never, right folks? So here is the blooper reel / gags / guest stars / etc bonus episode! Punishment reviews, awful dick and fart jokes, some Matty Ballgame, Gavin, Sherlock's wife & brother, Ryan Jensen, and of course, Palcher's dad. Enjoy!
 
You are out of your skull bone if you think that I am going to write on the report "shot by man-animal" as the cause of the death unless I see it! Oh puny humans, this special episode of A Damn Movie Podcast will make you happier than a baby Psychlo on a straight diet of kerbango. Whatever the hell that is. Palcher is out of town so Sherlock is ...…
 
Oh Grace, I think you have plenty to offer the town of Dogville. Some heavy stuff this week, folks! We start with trying to sift through the misery and mystery of Lars Von Triers experimental morality tale, Dogville. Then we get into the third installment of Palcher's You Should See This Festival, The Arbor. A 2010 documentary/experimental film ...…
 
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I am Salt Lake: Interviews and Conversations with People in Salt Lake City, Utah
 
Adam Sherlock and Adam Palcher from A Damn Movie Podcast join me on this episode of the podcast. We talk about their movie podcast that they have been doing for over 5 years along with the upcoming short film they are releasing. We talk about what got them interested in podcasting, how they lived and met at Kilby Court, the bands and the local ...…
 
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Well, this week no movies everybody, but this is sort of a proof of life kind of episode so you guys know we are alive and still doing a show after such a long absence! Instead, we decided to read emails and do a top 5 Netflix streaming. Everybody be patient, once Palcher finds somewhere to unbox his crap, we are getting back to it!…
 
This week, Palcher recaps his favorite films from the festival, and we FINALLY read emails. Next week, 2001 and Moon!
 
Lord loves a working man, don't trust whitey, see a doctor and get rid of it. Got it. This week, we have a very special guest. Adam's dad, Mr. Gary Palcher is here with us! We spend the episode talking with him about one of his favorite movies, the Carl Reiner and Steve Martin classic, The Jerk. Then we hear Gary's Top 5 favorite movies of all ...…
 
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Official SLUG Soundwaves
 
On this week’s episode, SLUG writer Cody Kirkland chats with the star of “Ryan Baxter: Reenactor,” Matt Whittaker, about the film and his performance; SLUG writer Johnny Logan talks to Adam Palcher of “A Damn Movie Podcast” about his short film “Harlan,” and SLUG’s Contributing Editor Ricky Vigil talks to Asian Man Records founder Mike Park abo ...…
 
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On this week’s episode, SLUG writer Cody Kirkland chats with the star of “Ryan Baxter: Reenactor,” Matt Whittaker, about the film and his performance; SLUG writer Johnny Logan talks to Adam Palcher of “A Damn Movie Podcast” about his short film “Harlan,” and SLUG’s Contributing Editor Ricky Vigil talks to Asian Man Records founder Mike Park abo ...…
 
In this recap of the 2012 Sundance and Slamdance Film Festivals, Joshua Ligairi is joined by Jeff Goldsmith of The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith, Jimmy Martin and Jeff Vice of Big Movie Mouth-Off, and Adam Palcher from A Damn Movie Podcast. The podcast features more than 25 mini-reviews and in-depth reviews of West of Memphis, The Impostor, Bones Bri ...…
 
The Adams? They are fanatics. And a fanatic is always conceiling a secret doubt. Welcome to our year end special, kids! First we start out with the 2011 remake of the british esionage thriller Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy. Then we dissect the films of the last year, with Palcher looking through his favorites and Sherlock complaining about things h ...…
 
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Here it is folks! The best of year three. More complaining about Star Wars, Sherlock making fun of Braveheart, Palcher gossiping about how Roger Waters likes his lasagna, and plenty of guests trying to get a word in edgewise. Enjoy!
 
They tell us God is dead. And now the Party, they call the uncle, will provide everything for us. The Enemy is inside us. No one can be trusted. This week, we travel to the far side of the world for a look at foreign correspondants and the challenges they face on the job. First is Roland Joffe's 1984 harrowing true story of Pol Pot's Cambodia, ...…
 
This week, join the Adams for a special review and interview segment of Jee-Woon Kim's 2010 South Korean revenge thriller, I Saw The Devil. First, Sherlock and Palcher delve into the plot and tone of the film itself, and then Palcher shares an exclusive interview with the director Jee-Woon Kim, as well as actor Byung-Hun Lee who plays the prota ...…
 
Love is betrayal. Love is anguish. Love is sin. Love is selfish. Love is hope. Love is pain. Love is death. What is love? Love's a bitch. This week we delved deep into the multi themed and layered Amores Perros from Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu. We match it up with Sherlock's last time of giving it to Palcher as he offers up one ...…
 
Do you know what a metaphysical can of worms this podcast is? This week we go inside of the brain of John Malcovich and Charlie Kaufman as we review 1999's Being John Malcovich. We continue to give it to Palcher as Sherlock makes him watch Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead. It all ties up with our top 5 movies that play with reality. Thanks ...…
 
I'm gonna open his hole like this. Please excuse my French. I'm gonna make him suffer. I'm gonna make his mother listen to this podcast. This week we converse about one of the all time great American films, Scorsese's Raging Bull. We keep giving it to Palcher as we review The World According To Garp and give the top 5 biopics we'd like to see t ...…
 
Fear lulls our minds to sleep on this week's podcast where we go all foreign animation on your ass. Starting with the biopic and adapted Academy Award nominated French animation film Persepolis. Then we continue to give it to Palcher as Sherlock presents his 3rd choice in the fest with The Triplets Of Belleville. To round it out we give you our ...…
 
I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. It's not. The worst thing in life is ending up with people who make you feel all alone. This week we review highly underrated Bobcat Goldthwait film World's Greatest Dad, then we start 'Giving It To Palcher' with Sherlock's first choice of 1965's The Loved One. Then we come full c ...…
 
Join the Adams this week as Lil' Palcher talks about his adventures at Sundance, rubbin' elbows with the stars! Just kidding. Palcher gives us his top ten count down from this years Sundance, and an awesome interview with The Office's Ed Helms, star of the new film, Cedar Rapids (Out March 4th!). Enjoy!…
 
Fill yer hand, ya sonova....... podcast listener? Sometimes the cute puns don't work. At any rate, join the Adams this week when they go russlin' up no good Tom Chaney in the Coen brothers remake of the western classic, True Grit. Then, our year in review, where Palcher praises the best movies he saw that year, and Sherlock complains about crap ...…
 
This week we skip the usual format because Palcher had to sit in an airport for two days waiting for a flight home from Kansas City. Yikes. So, in lieu of regular movie reviews, we threw together two pretty funny top 5 lists, and ramble for an hour and a half. Awesome! Music this week by Mark Dago. Send us feedback!…
 
This week we turn up the juice and see what shakes loose! Wow.... That actually sounds a lot dirtier than I remembered. Anyhow, this week we review the fourth installment of our silent festival, the german expressionist horror film, The Cabinet Of Dr. Caligari. To tie in with that, we revisit the 1988 Tim Burton classic Beetlejuice. Then Sherlo ...…
 
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A Damn Movie Podcast
 
You have to keep carrying the fire, the fire inside our listener choice review of John Hillcoat's post-apocalyptic tale The Road. Along with that Sherlock and Palcher give their top movies of 2009. Hell of a year for movies and for this podcast, thanks everyone!
 
Is that all you want to do with your life, man? Sit around drinkin’ beer and listening to podcasts? This week we are minus a Palcher, but plus a Staker. Brian Staker from the Awkward Hour podcast joins Sherlock to discuss the 1999 documentary American Movie. Then we show some love to the 1990 Utah based cult classic, Rubin and Ed. We nerd out a ...…
 
Some Kind Of Monster, indeed. This week, Palcher is at Sundance, so Sherlock is joined by Andy Patterson and Levi Lebo to review the 2004 Metallica music documentary Some Kind Of Monster. Inadvertently, we get really drunk and go on for way, way, way too long. This is only part two.
 
Welcome to our Mickey Rourke appreciation special! This week the Adams look at the actors career, from his early work in Diner, to his new found success in Darren Aronofskys The Wrestler. Also, Palchers Sundance picks and our Top Five Roles That Were Made For The Actor. Music by White Hot Ferrari and Magstatic.…
 
Some Kind Of Monster, indeed. This week, Palcher is at Sundance, so Sherlock is joined by Andy Patterson and Levi Lebo to review the 2004 Metallica music documentary Some Kind Of Monster. Inadvertently, we get really drunk and go on for way, way, way too long. This is only part one, actually. I will put the second half up later. Music by Bronco.…
 
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