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Surprisingly Criterion - the podcast where we select and talk about the films that we’re surprised are a part of the Criterion Collection, and the films we can’t believe are not! The Criterion Collection brands itself as a depository of important classic and contemporary films for film aficionados. Their collection features over a 1000 movies and counting! Surely all of these can’t be important, can they? What does 'important' even mean!
 
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Golden Hour

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Golden Hour

Maddie Stenzel, Lydia Farber-Jones, Christophe Charre, Lorenzo Phrasavath, Josh Nazario, Alexandra Olson

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A weekly film review podcast hosted by a couple of nerdy college students that's only sometimes pretentious. They will be reviewing some classics from the Criterion Collection, and an occasional Disney, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO or even Showtime film. Our esteemed reviewers will also spend some time discussing new movies that they are excited about and any other exciting industry news they happen across.
 
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Enter the rinky-dink film vault and welcome to Film A Week Podcast. Hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi watch one film a week every Friday with a new theme every month. We review films we've never before, classics in Revisited episodes, recent films with Recent Visits and Criterion of the Month.
 
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Steve Head and John Black

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Founded in 2009. Boston film critics Stephen Slaughter Head and John Black discover new and old films, and revisit the classics and far from classics. Join them on their never-ending quest for the coolness in cinema! [Members: Boston Online Film Critics Association - BOFCA.com]
 
Tim is Stockhead’s resident Health and Biotech expert with his weekly column “Dr Boreham’s Crucible”. Tim was the author of the Criterion column in The Australian newspaper for well over 10 years and has more than three decades’ experience of business reporting across three major publications. In his weekly “The Health Kick Podcast” Tim will interview Australia’s leading Health and Biotech industry leaders, bringing his own unique insight and perspective into the world of health and drug dis ...
 
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Our second of the pair of Terry Zwigoff documentaries is one that initially no one wanted to touch, despite the success of Louie Bluie. Was it just that all that good will had evaporated over the course of a decade? Or was it that this time around Zwigoff turned his camera on his friends: gonzo cartoonist R. Crumb and Crumb's even more eccentric br…
 
In recent days, Kevin D. Williamson and Jay Nordlinger—among others—have been writing about our old friends, our old enemies, the federal budget deficit and the federal debt. (KDW, here; JN, here.) Something’s gotta give, right? We Americans have to act at some point, right? Jay and Kevin jaw it out. Source Sponsored by Cozy Earth Join the conversa…
 
Brent Kochuba from SpotGamma.com is back on the show to explain a recent article they posted about getting used to both the VIX being up while the market is up. Most of us think of the VIX as the "fear gauge" but it could also become the "fear of missing out" gauge 2023. This is an extremely valuable educational lesson so be sure to listen to it in…
 
Congratulations, graduates! You've made it to the end of Aughtsterion season 4, but before you all fan out to pursue your dreams — and before we reconvene for season 5 — Sam and Jordan have some awards to hand out. Who was the best actress of this class? What was the best picture? Which villain had the best Moment, and does anyone care about the ac…
 
In the second half of the Baughts team's talk about M3GAN, Sam, Margot and Jordan finally get to the main event of this conversation. Which is: Why is M3gan so... gay?? It's a comprehensive answer, but the Cliff's Notes answer is, well, everything. Your co-hosts also get into the evergreen favorite topic of friendship love stories, why our robot go…
 
The Botcast and Aughtsterion have teamed up for one of 2023's most critical new releases: M3GAN. Sitting dead center in the bullseye of Margot, Jordan and Sam's interests, this Akela Cooper-penned movie about a robot companion who takes her mandate of protection a little too far demands analysis that only two scholars of the 2000s and robot cinema …
 
Has the market already priced the weaker than expected inflation numbers that keep coming out? With January OpEx upon us and the Core PCE inflation report coming out next week, here's a trade idea I'm considering over the next few days. This is not a recommendation and if the market conditions were to change, I would simply scratch this idea. Want …
 
Rachel and Conrado return to the world of animation to talk about PERSEPOLIS, Marjan Satrapi's adaptation of her own autobiographical graphic novel about growing up during the Iranian Revolution. Follow us on itunes and leave you ratings and reviews: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-criterion-project/id1479953904 Follow us on anchor https:…
 
Jean Renoir’s colourful and, at times, funny film about the building of the Moulin Rouge is the next edition of the Randomizer Criterion’s listing and boxset: Spine #243: French Cancan Spine #241: Stage and Spectacle: Three Films by Jean Renoir Music: “The Endless Scroll” by Absolutely Free courtesy of Idée Fixe Records and Arts & Crafts Music Inc.…
 
Sol Stern is a veteran writer and policy analyst. He was born in Israel—actually, Mandatory Palestine—in 1935. The Sterns moved to New York when Sol was three and a half. As a young journalist, he was part of the New Left. Disillusionment set in. For more than 20 years, he worked at the Manhattan Institute, becoming best-known for education policy.…
 
This episode features the “Nokia tune”—which actually comes from a Spanish guitar piece. We also have tributes to two late-greats: the clarinetist Stanley Drucker and the organist Frederick Swann. And music by Handel, Berkeley, Guillaume Connesson (b. 1970), et al. A wonderful assortment.Poulenc, Sonata for Clarinet and Piano, last movementDebussy,…
 
Five years ago Kyle Edward Ball started making short horror videos inspired by people’s nightmares and posting them on YouTube. His debut feature Skinamarink—shot for just $15,000 in his childhood home in Edmonton, Canada—was the breakout hit of last year’s Fantasia Film Festival, and came from out of nowhere to become one of the most anticipated u…
 
Quick discussion of key levels in the S&P500 as we head into the CPI report with earnings season kicking off the day after. Want to connect with your host and other listeners of this podcast? Go to https://StockMarketOptionsTrading.net and join the community for free right now. Want the support the podcast and interested in trading SPX weekly optio…
 
Russell D. Moore is an evangelical thinker and leader, the editor-in-chief of Christianity Today. His world, in recent years, has been rocked by politics. With Jay, Moore discusses this, and much more—including his love of country music. Moore lives a minute from Dolly Parton. And his dog’s name is “Waylon.”... Source Sponsored by Cozy Earth Join t…
 
Lost in Criterion is 10 years old! Does that make us the longest running Criterion podcast? Who cares. We started this podcast as an excuse to talk after Pat moved to Japan. While Pat and I were far from cinephiles, we enjoyed the conversations we'd have leaving the cinema after a movie, and wanted to continue having those talks even though we were…
 
There are several trading truths that veteran traders have accepted and incorporated into their trading in order to be successful over time. In this episode, we'll talk through 3 of them that beginning traders need to understand and accept if they want to be successful in the stock market. Want to connect with your host and other listeners of this …
 
In this episode, we welcome in the new year by looking back at some of the best movies we watched in 2022. We each pick six movies, both old and new, that we love, and most importantly, think should would make great additions to the Criterion Collection. Some of the movies talked about in this episode include: Apollo 10 1/2, Pillow Talk, The Bitter…
 
“Our guest today,” says Jay Nordlinger, “is a writer, a journalist—an unusual one, a distinctive one: her own woman. She is Stephanie Slade, a senior editor at Reason…” She is a libertarian who is religious and pro-life. With Jay, she discusses a number of issues, all of them at the heart of our politics today: the political wars, liberalism, conse…
 
After a series of setbacks, including changing the film we were going to do twice and rescheduling with a different slate of guests (one of whom then had to drop out because we took too long working out technical problems), we finally caught the metaphorical polka band tour van and made it home for the holidays for this year's special: the Coen bro…
 
It is the week of Christmas, and as both a pro-horror and pro-holiday podcast, Aughtsterion has convened to celebrate a new double-genre classic. Sam and Jordan liked the new movie Violent Night so much that they had to record a Seasons Greetings episode about it. From Dead Snow director Tommy Wirkola and the up and coming action factory 87North (s…
 
For the final episode of Pod Year 1, animator Jodie Mack visits Screen Slate HQ to spread holiday cheer and talk about ghosts, spiritualism, ecoplasm, orgasms, and favorite Christmas movies. Midway thru we take a break to call up filmmaker Michael M. Bilandic for a live report from the East Village on SantaCon 2022. Plus chatter on the Sight & Soun…
 
In what has become almost a tradition, Jay does a sportscast in advance of the College Football Playoff, and he does it with his regular gurus, David French and Vivek Dave. In addition to college football, the guys talk NFL, and NBA, and World Cup—and Tiger and Charlie Woods. Source Sponsored by Cozy Earth Join the conversation and comment on this …
 
A Christmas podcast: with carols, songs, and other things from all over. Various musical presents under this Tannenbaum.Bach, “Grosser Herr, o starker König,” from the Christmas OratorioTrad., “The First Noël”Trad., “Joy to the World”Rinker & Huddleston, “December”Trad., “O du fröliche”Trad., “Balulalow”Trad., “Everywhere I Go, Somebody Talkin’ ’Bo…
 
Conrado has been high on Soccer fever with the World Cup going on this month, so we take a look at SHAOLIN SOCCER, the kung fu sports comedy from Hong Kong superstar Stephen Chow. And since we're on the topic, we talk about Roger Ebert's infamous review of the movie, which was an important item in Conrado's development as a film critic/lover. Follo…
 
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