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The film experts at Little White Lies, along with selected colleagues and friends discuss the latest movie releases. Truth & Movies has all your film needs covered, reviewing the latest releases big and small, keeping you across important industry news, and reassessing great films from days gone by with the Truth & Movies Film Club. All brought to you by the people behind Little White Lies, the world's most beautiful film magazine. Email: truthandmovies@tcolondon.com Twitter: @LWLies Instagr ...
 
Brooke Boney and Linda Marigliano, two of Australia’s most connected entertainment tastemakers, tell you what to think about the most important moments in culture this week. Brooke & Linda’s Dream Club is a book club for film, TV, fashion, politics, society and culture, food, literature, gaming, travel, relationships and mental health. From the biggest stories of the week to the ones you need to know about, Brooke & Linda give their authentic insider opinions and tunnel into the deeper issue ...
 
Hey y’all welcome To Get To The Goodz ,We're your host Carlos,Josh and Cleveland!We’re a podcast without a filter spreading positivity and motivation for all our dream chasers out there with a little bit of comedy. So get ready to laugh your ass off and be motivated.Subscribe and join the family as we take on the journey of becoming one of the most listened podcast station in the world. So lay back relax as we Get To The Goodz.
 
There’s nothing better than a book-to-screen adaptation. Except maybe dissecting the adaptation with your friends and debating whether or not it does the book justice! Enter The Adaptables, the podcast that dives into your favorite book-to-screen adaptations. Hosted by two binge-watching and book-loving besties, Abbe Wright (Senior Editor of Read it Forward) and Emma Shafer (Product Manager at Penguin Random House), this season is all about the Hulu adaptation of Little Fires Everywhere. Joi ...
 
Ever wanted to go for a drink with a top performer? Have a pint with a pop star, a whisky with a West End actor or a mojito with a magician? Join our host Graeme Rooney as he gets a round in and catches up with a variety of people in the entertainment industry from Hollywood to the West End! New episodes every Tuesday, where he chats to an actor, singer, magician, comedian, presenter or other fantastic performer all at different points of their career. Discussing where they’ve come from, car ...
 
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We discuss the art of the gorilla suit performer. Who is the best? What does it take? Why do we love them so much? It all gets tackled in discussions of the career of Ray "Crash" Corrigan, Bob Burns and many others!For more information on the Gold Ninja Video Telethon check out the poster here: https://twitter.com/DeclouxJ/status/141787880838911181…
 
In Part 2 of this episode of Hit Parade, Chris Molanphy continues his analysis of the career and legacy of the legendary and sometimes-misunderstood Bruce Springsteen. In his second decade, Springsteen wasn’t just a hitmaker—he was the archetype: the symbol of flag-waving American rock, even when the song was less patriotism than protest. Advertise…
 
We're thrilled to welcome Edgar Wright, director of Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz, Baby Driver and this week's The Sparks Brothers, on to the podcast to talk about his first foray into music documentary making. As well as talking about Edgar's film, we also dive into James Gunn's anti-hero rumpus The Suicide Squad, and in our film club we look back a…
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, it’s all about the Olympics. Amira Rose Davis, assistant professor of history and African American studies at Penn State University and co-host of the feminist sports podcast Burn it All Down, is joined by Slate’s gymnastics reporter Rebecca Schuman. The pair start with a discussion of the racial and gender ineq…
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by Slate editor and writer Dan Kois. First, the panel discusses the TV show White Lotus, airing on HBO. Then they talk about the Nicholas Cage movie Pig. Finally, the hosts review the second season of the podcast The Plot Thickens, based on the book The Devil’s Candy. In Slate Plus, the panel talks about their p…
 
75 Hard, a new trend sweeping TikTok, is just another fad diet pretending to be a mental toughness challenge. On today’s episode, Madison and Rachelle revisit the world of diet culture to unpack exactly what makes 75 Hard so insidious, and why it’s so hard to curate a healthy approach to wellness culture on your TikTok feed. They also down a gallon…
 
We discuss the film of Writer/Director Noah Baumbach and focus on his films THE SQUID AND THE WHALE and GREENBERG.Check out the Gold Ninja Video crowdfunding campaign here: www.indiegogo.com/projects/gold-ninja-video/Subscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Follow the Podcast: twitter.com/Im…
 
Brooke Boney and Linda Marigliano travel down nostalgia road as they reminisce about The Secret Life Of Us, and are joined by the friendly psychologist Jacqui Manning to discuss why friendship breakups hurt so bad. PLUS we're starting our book club! Book One: 'Black Is The New White' by Nakkiah Lui, and we've got 10 copies to giveaway. Send us a me…
 
Welcome to Slate Money Goes to the Movies, a miniseries in which Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and a different guest each week discuss popular business-themed movies. Ben Smith, media columnist for The New York Times, joins Emily and Felix to discuss the urtext of business-themed movies, Orson Welles’ 1941 film Citizen Kane. They discuss Charles Foster…
 
Time does funny thing to everything, but especially to tattoos. Today, four stories about tattoos whose meanings have shifted with the passage of years, decades, or centuries: first, a look into an archive of 300 preserved tattooed skins, then a personal investigation into into the Tasmanian Devil tattoo, the story of the Zune tattoo guy, and final…
 
Dujour means jerkin' is the new fetch! Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we discuss pop punk, Rachael Leigh Cook, Tara Reid, Rosario Dawson, Alan Cumming, Parker Posey, how cult films are made, teen sex comedies of the late 90's, Archie comics, Riverdale, Things Only 2000's Kids Will Remember, box office bombs, cartoons made into movies, sublimina…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to J. Robert Lennon, author of numerous short stories and novels. In the interview, Lennon discusses his daily writing practices, the importance of revision, and the creation of his new novel, Subdivision, which features a supernatural world with its own unique makeup and logic. Lennon also talks about his recentl…
 
How did a clip from In the Heights lead to a new TikTok face filter that has helped some of the app’s users express their gender identity? On today’s episode, Madison and Rachelle trace the timeline of this trend, and how it ended up causing a number of trans and nonbinary users to experience gender euphoria. Even though this is a wholesome trend, …
 
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Slate’s senior editor Allegra Frank is joined by Slate staff writer, Karen Han, to spoil Space Jam: A New Legacy, the long-awaited sequel to the original 1997 Space Jam starring M…
 
This time on Truth & Movies we're talking about M. Night Shyamalan's new 'Old', whilst Little White Lies associate editor Hannah Strong fills us in on the biggest bows from the Croisette with a Cannes festival recap, and in our film club we're looking at Claudia Weill's 1978 classic 'Girlfriends', which is rereleased in UK screens this week. Truth …
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, author and professor of history at Georgetown University Marcia Chatelain and Slate staff writer Lili Loofbourow dissect Bill Cosby’s release from prison, and what that could mean for the #MeToo movement. First they unpack exactly what happened in the Cosby case. Then they get into the potential ripple effects i…
 
Instagram has seen a recent influx of college “virginity club” accounts featuring sharp, funny memes about remaining chaste. On today’s episode, Madison and Rachelle put these accounts under the microscope. Is anything about these accounts real, or are they just a grift for merchandise and music promotion? After some internet sleuthing, they track …
 
This week, Steve and Dana are joined by Isaac Butler, co-host of Slate’s Working podcast. First, the panel discusses the documentary Roadrunner about Anthony Bourdain. Next, they talk about the Apple TV show Schmigadoon. Finally, the hosts are joined by Laura Miller to discuss her review of Michael Wolff’s Landslide. In Slate Plus, the panel furthe…
 
A year-and-a-half into the pandemic, Christina, Bryan, and Rumaan look back at all the times we did not get to share our milestones -- good, bad, or just big -- with other queers. If a queer comes out in the forest where no one can hear them are they still queer? Yes, but perhaps less joyfully than if they had been in community. The hosts then spea…
 
This week, Blake Lively blasts the paparazzi and media for stalking and photographing her kids, the debate continues between sports and arts through COVID, and the superstar Tones and I stops by to talk her debut album Welcome to the Madhouse and the importance of mental health. Join the chat with Brooke Boney and Linda Marigliano on Instagram! Sen…
 
Welcome to Slate Money Goes to the Movies, a miniseries in which Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and a different guest each week discuss popular business-themed movies. Dodai Stewart of The New York Times joins Emily and Felix to discuss the stunning winner of the 2020 Best Picture Oscar, Parasite. They discuss class solidarity (or lack thereof), how the…
 
You know the Tootsie Shot. It’s that shot from the movies: a really busy midtown street, protagonist smack in the middle of it all, everyone going somewhere. It’s one of the most recognizable shots in film. It can be found in Working Girl, Midnight Cowboy, Wall Street, Heartburn, Elf, Bridget Jones’s Diary, The Devil Wears Prada, The Wolf of Wall S…
 
This week, host Rumaan Alam talks to photographers James and Karla Murray, who are on a mission to capture the unique charm of New York City’s storefronts and advocate for small businesses. In the interview, James and Karla explain what it was like to teach themselves the basics of photography while juggling multiple jobs. They also discuss the pro…
 
We discuss the career of Sonny Chiba and focus on his films THE STREETFIGHTER, THE EXECUTIONER and THE KILLING MACHINE.Check out the Gold Ninja Video crowdfunding campaign here: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/gold-ninja-video/Subscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Follow the Podcast: t…
 
On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison turn the show into a sports podcast. First, they discuss the recent news in college sports that allows athletes like Sedona Prince to finally make money off their personal brands, a major shift after years of schools profiting off of students without compensation. Then, they talk about how even though the Ol…
 
Bruce Springsteen has been a legend so long, it’s easy to forget that, for his first decade, he had trouble getting a hit. Yes, even the legendary “Born to Run”: It missed Billboard’s Top 20. And yet, several of Springsteen’s songs became big hits for others: the song with the misheard lyric about “a deuce” that went to No. 1 for a British band. Th…
 
In this episode of Truth & Movies we tip off with Space Jam: A New Legacy, the long awaited sequel to the 90s hit. Was it worth the wait? Or is it worth dunking on? After that we're on to Questlove's Summer of Soul, a new music documentary that chronicles the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, better known as 'Black Woodstock'. In our film club, we're …
 
On this week’s episode of The Waves, June Thomas, senior managing producer of Slate podcasts and a host of Working, talks with Willa Paskin, Slate TV critic and host of Decoder Ring, about the reboot of Gossip Girl. They discuss how the show messed up by making its characters too nice, why the teachers may be the most interesting part of the reboot…
 
On today’s episode, Madison and Rachelle talk about two of the internet’s favorite subjects: cats and Wendy Williams. First, they talk about the story that made “Slate” itself trend on Twitter: the debate surrounding a Slate essay published last week in which writer Alexis Nowicki revealed that the 2017 New Yorker story “Cat Person,” which became t…
 
This week, Steve is joined by Allegra Frank, Slate senior editor, and Heather Schwedel, Slate staff writer. First, the panel discusses the new Marvel blockbuster Black Widow. Next, they talk about the AMC show Kevin Can F**k Himself. Finally, the hosts are joined by Alexis Nowicki to discuss her essay in Slate “‘Cat Person’ and Me.” In Slate Plus, …
 
The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber have served us the biggest banger of the season with 'Stay' (Warning: put the emergency services on speed dial for this FIRE!), plus Marvel's standalone film Black Widow has hit streaming services! We also chat to Nina Huynh from Sydney's Yellow restaurant about food appropriation versus appreciation -- some serious …
 
The wait is over, Black Widow, The newest movie from Marvel Studios is here. Sam and Joe are here to talk about it, what worked, what didn't and everything in between 00:00 - Intro 01:03 - News 12:48 - What are we watching? 18:06 - Black Widow Review (Non-Spoilers) 32:50- Black Widow Review (Spoilers) For more on Marvel, DC and pop culture in gener…
 
Welcome to Slate Money Goes to the Movies, a miniseries in which Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and a different guest each week discuss popular business-themed movies. Michael Bierut, graphic designer and self-described “recovering Ayn Rand fan”, joins Felix and Emily to discuss the 1949 film adaptation of The Fountainhead. They cover the film’s remarka…
 
In the year 2000, Dan Kois was a junior book agent working on selling a secretive book proposal called IT, a codename for what would eventually be revealed as the Segway personal scooter. This is the story of the invention and development of a potentially revolutionary device, how Dan may or may not have doomed it, how the hype got out of control, …
 
It's the night of the living dead beats! Join the DBFS as we discuss the birth of the zombie, George A. Romero, having a black lead character in the 60's, the meaning of the tragic ending, watching the full movie on Wikipedia, COVID allegory, hiding in the basement vs. boarding up the house, what makes a good horror film, a review of the sequels bu…
 
This week, host Isaac Butler talks to the multitalented singer/songwriter Yola. In the interview Yola breaks down her songwriting process from the first seed of an idea to the final product. She also discusses her forthcoming album, Stand for Myself, and the collaborative work that went into it. After the interview Isaac and co-host June Thomas mar…
 
GETTR, a new social media network from former Trump aide Jason Miller, launched on July 1 and quickly became an unmanageable mess. On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison discuss this low-budget Twitter clone, how it got overrun with hentai, and why its privacy issues may indicate that the network is already dead. If you’d like to read more on GET…
 
Welcome back to another episode of GeToTheGoodz In this episode we talk about what really is success and different levels of success. We each talk about what thats means to us! We have our first unexpected guest on the podcast..... How juicy did this really get?! Thanks for listening and like always we will be back with more content for you guys Fo…
 
On the Spoiler Special podcast, Slate critics discuss movies, the occasional TV show, and, once in a blue moon, another podcast, in full spoiler-filled detail. This week, Slate’s movie critic Dana Stevens is joined by Slate staff writer, Karen Han, to spoil Black Widow, the new Marvel origin story for one of it’s Avengers, Black Widow. Who was Blac…
 
We discuss the work of Hungarian filmmaker Miklós Jancsó, who made movies that were complex, musical and featured some of the most elaborate long takes in the history of film. Subscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Follow the Podcast: twitter.com/ImprtCinemaClubFollow Will: twitter.com/Wil…
 
In this episode of Truth & Movies we welcome Marvel-ous director Cate Shortland on to the show to talk about her entry into the MCU Black Widow and in our film club we're discussing her debut feature Somersault. We're also chatting about long-awaited festival favourite Martin Eden, which finally arrives on UK screens this week, after making its deb…
 
Zola, a new movie based on the infamous Twitter thread by Aziah “Zola” Wells King, follows a part-time stripper who goes on a weekend trip to Florida with a new friend to make money, and how things quickly escalated until their friendship fell apart. On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison talk to Tony-nominated playwright and screenwriter Jeremy …
 
This week Dana is accompanied by Allegra Frank, Slate senior editor. First the panel is joined by Slate’s music critic Carl Wilson to discuss Summer of Soul, a documentary about the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival. Next, the panel discusses season two of the Netflix sketch show I Think You Should Leave with Vulture senior editor Jesse David Fox. Fina…
 
Steve Wang is a legendary special effects artist who worked on PREDATOR, HELLBOY, GREMLINS 2 and dozens of other stone-cold classics.He's also a great director.No one in North America has done a better job of marrying complex practical special effects and high octane Hong Kong-style action than Steve Wang in films like KUNG FU RASCALS, GUYVER: DARK…
 
Brooke Boney and Linda Marigliano unpack the week's most important moments including NAIDOC week and Norway's new law for influencers to label their retouched photos! Let us know what indigenous creatives you're loving on our Instagram! Head to @thedreamclubpodcast 🌈 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Welcome to Slate Money Goes to the Movies, a miniseries in which Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and a different guest each week discuss popular business-themed movies. Katherine Bell, Editor in Chief of Quartz, joins to talk about The Hudsucker Proxy. They discuss the heightened depiction of corporate culture, circles, and yet another female reporter ch…
 
We dive into the wild world of Indonesian Cult Cinema with a discussion of LADY TERMINATOR, QUEEN OF BLACK MAGIC and THE WARRIOR.Subscribe, Review and Rate Us on Apple Podcasts: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-…ub/id1067435576Follow the Podcast: twitter.com/ImprtCinemaClubFollow Will: twitter.com/WillSloanESQFollow Justin: twitter.com/DeclouxJChe…
 
Ilona Granet was a New York art-scene fixture who won the praise of the art world when she put up anti-harassment street signs in lower Manhattan in the mid- 1980s. Her career seemed like a sure thing, but three decades on, and so much more art later, it still hasn’t materialized, even as her contemporaries are now hanging in museums. This episode …
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas. In the interview, Jose discusses the origins of a piece he wrote for the New York Times Magazine titled “My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant.” He also talks about his organization, Define American, which aims to influence how immigrants are depicted on TV, …
 
Black dance creators on TikTok are sick of white influencers stealing their work without credit. Now, they have collectively refused to choreograph dance challenges for the app’s latest trendy hit, Megan Thee Stallion’s new song, “Thot Shit.” On today’s episode, Rachelle and Madison discuss the origins of this strike, the ineptitude of white dancer…
 
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