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Having had their fill of wax museums, Andrew and Dave turn their attention to airplanes! To be more specific, they turn their attention to prisoner transport planes by taking a look at the high concept action film Con Air, starring Nicolas Cage and an army of noted character actors. What do the duo make of producer Jerry Bruckheimer's first post-Do…
 
Having been kicked out of Dragonwyck, Andrew and Dave head to New York in the early 1900s to vist a house of wax! Actually, the duo are just watching and discussing 1953's House of Wax, the second of three film adaptations of an unpublished short story. Unlike the other two versions, the 1953 version has Vincent Price and Charles Bronson! Does the …
 
Having survived the inconsequential 1933 adaptation of Alice in Wonderland, Andrew and Dave turn their attention to writer-director Joseph L. Mankiewicz's 1946 melodrama Dragonwyck, starring Gene "Not Lawrence" Tierney and Vincent Price! Just what do the podcasting duo make of the film and Walter Huston's sideburns? Does the film foreshadow Price's…
 
Leaving Hitchcock (and Montreal) behind them, Andrew and Dave head to 1933 to take a look at the often overlooked Paramount adaptation of Alice in Wonderland! What do the duo make of the star filled bomb? Why didn't the film connect with audiences in 1933? And is the source material really meaty enough to sustain the various forms of analysis that …
 
Once upon a time, Andrew and Dave promised Photo-Flo: Terror In the Smiles host Eric Jones they would make sure to have him on when they next covered a Hitchcock film. Now is the time they make good on that promise! This time out, the trio are taking a look at the 1953 Alfred Hitchcock film, I Confess, starring Montgomery Clift and Anne Baxter. Not…
 
After several years, Andrew and Dave finally return to look at another Biblical epic! And not just any Biblical epic, THE Biblical epic: Cevil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments, starring Charlton Heston and Yul Brynner! Joined by Photo-Flo: Terror In The Smiles' Eric Jones (subscribe today!), the podcasters set out to explore just what to make of t…
 
Andrew and Dave boldly head into the future by heading back to 1978! That's right, the podcasting duo take a look at Magic, the horror film directed by Richard Attenborough and starring Anthony Hopkins! What do the pair make of the often overlooked film? Just how great is the supporting turn from Burgess Meredith? Does Andrew particularly care for …
 
So, it has come to this. To celebrate 200 regular episodes of Films(trips), James Hrivnak joins Andrew and Dave to take a look at the 2002 abomination Red Dragon, the astonishingly poor adaptation of the Thomas Harris novel which first introduced the character of Hannibal Lecter. Just how does the film go wrong? How much of the episode is spent dis…
 
Having decided to put out fire with gasoline, Andrew and Dave spend their time recovering by discussing Paul Schrader's 1982 horror film, CAT PEOPLE. What do the duo make of the remake of the 1942 classic? Just where does the film fit in the career of Schrader? And how freaking great is Giorgio Moroder's score? Tune in to find out! Next Episode: It…
 
Leave Badlands and the badlands behind, Andrew and Dave follow Martin Sheen to the seemingly forgotten 2001 drama, O. directed by Tim Blake Nelson from a script by Brad Kaaya. What do the duo make of the adaptation of William Shakespeare's Othello? How does the film differ from other Shakespeare filmic adaptations aimed at teen audiences? And can D…
 
(Trigger Warning: This episode does contain brief discussions of gun violence, so please be advised) After two weeks away, Andrew and Dave return to the 1970s once again for the debut film of director Terrence Malick! That's right, the duo are looking at Badlands, the 1973 crime-drama starring Sissy Spacek and Martin Sheen. What do the duo make of …
 
Leaving Greece behind, Andrew and Dave turn their attention to director Costa-Gavras' film American feature film, Missing from 1982! What do the duo make of the based on a true story film? Just how fantastic are Jack Lemmon and Sissy Spacek? And why on Earth do Andrew and Dave go on a tangent about Mutant X? Tune in and find out! Next Episode: Not-…
 
Leaving the heaviness of the politics of May 1968 in France behind them in the form of Tout Va Bien, the podcasting duo move onto to heaviness of Greek politics in the 1960s in the form of Costa-Gavras' 1969 drama Z. What do the duo make of the award winning film? Just how slick is the structure of the film? Can either Andrew or Dave determine if t…
 
In this episode, the podcasting duo of Andrew and Dave head to France! Is it for a charming romance? A light comedy? A hyper-stylized action film? NOPE! This time, the duo check out Tout Va Bien, the politically minded arthouse film co-written and co-directed by the (in)famous Jean-Luc Godard! What do the duo make of this extremely unconventional f…
 
Having survived the darkness of THE DAY OF THE LOCUST, Andrew and Dave turn there attention to another character driven 1970s drama: Hal Ashby's COMING HOME, starring Jane Fonda, Bruce Dern, and Jon Voight. What do the duo make of the Academy Award winning film? Why does Time-Life come up during the discussion? And where the hell was CCR? Tune in a…
 
Having made it through two Bob Rafelson films, Andrew and Dave decide to treat themselves to the dark hearted hate letter to Hollywood that is THE DAY OF THE LOCUST, director John Schlesinger's 1975 adaptation of the famed Nathanael West novel of the same name. Just how the hell did this film make it through the studio system uncompromised? How und…
 
Having realized that competitive body building isn't for them thanks to STAY HUNGRY, Andrew and Dave follow director Bob Rafelson to his much more personal (and successful) film FIVE EASY PIECES, starring Jack Nicholson and Karen Black! Are the duo far more engaged with what is often considered a classic of American cinema, or has the film become a…
 
(Trigger warning: This episode contains discussions about sexual violence. Please be advised) Having woken from their respective comas, Andrew and Dave head to the local gym to get their muscles back into shape! Actually, that's a lie: the duo actually went to watch the 1976 comedy-drama STAY HUNGRY from co-writer/director Bob Rafelson! What do the…
 
Having been kicked out of a of motorcycle riding Renascence fair group, Andrew and Dave stop by to see Eric Jones, cohost of the new podcast Photo-Flo: Terror in the Smiles, to take a look a look at writer-director Michael Crichton's 1978 adaptation of the 1977 Robin Cook novel, Coma! What do the trio make of the third film ever directed by the leg…
 
With the car busted, Andrew and Dave continue their travels by joining a travelling Renaissance fair group! In between sustaining serious injuries, the duo discuss George A. Romero's most peculiar film, Knightriders, the 1981 drama starring Ed Harris and Tom Savini about... A Renaissance fair group riding motorcycles and living by a medieval code o…
 
Andrew and Dave pick up Chris Martin on the way to Maine to discuss Pet Sematary, Mary Lambert's 1989 adaptation of the Stephen King novel of the same name, which she directed from a script by King himself. Do Lambert and King successfully capture the spirt of the novel, or miss it despite how faithful it is to the letter of the text? Can Fred Gwyn…
 
Much like Andrew and Dave after Cookie, the characters of this weeks film are also ditching New York! Yes, that's right: the podcasting duo are taking a look at the film with the title you'll never forget, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything! Julie Newmar. How much (or little) do the hosts know about drag culture? What Australian film keeps coming u…
 
In this episode of Films(trips), Andrew and Dave turn their attention to a heartwarming tale of a father and daughter that involves car bombings, racketeering, verbal abuse, and... a synth soundtrack?! That's right! This time out, the duo are looking at Cookie, the 1989 comedy from director Susan Seidelman starring Emily Lloyd and Peter Falk. Just …
 
With it being Valentine's Day, Andrew and Dave decided to take a look at the most romantic film of all time. No, not Steve McQueen's SHAME; Jerry Lewis' THE NUTTY PROFESSOR! Just what terrible romantic advice did Lewis and company provide audiences in 1963? How is it that Del Moore steals most of the film? And just how many times will the Eddie Mur…
 
James Hrivnak joins Andrew and Dave as they make a return trip to Marlowe country! This time, the trio are taking a look at Robert Altman's 1973 adaptation of The Long Goodbye, the neo-noir adapted from Raymond Chandler's 1953 novel of the same name. How does the film differ from other adaptations of Chandler's work? Which poster, if any, best capt…
 
Once upon a time, Andrew and Dave were taking a look at the 1999 film Tarzan, following which they decided to follow Phil Collins and Glenn Close to the 1991 film Hook, directed by Steven Spielberg. The duo would soon learn the error of their ways, but not before getting into a discussion of the film's confused themes, hotly debate just what consti…
 
Get ready to swing... to the sweet, sweet sound of Phil Collins! That's right! On this episode of Films(trips), Eric Jones once again joins Andrew and Dave to take a look at the 1999 animated adaptation of Tarzan, starring Tony Goldwin, Minnie Driver, Glenn Close, Brian Blessed, and the great Lance Henriksen! Just how does this late (and maybe fina…
 
Having survived Ishtar - barely - Andrew and Dave return to New York to take a look at director Sidney Lumet's famous 1975 drama DOG DAY AFTERNOON, starring Al Pacino and John Cazale! How well does the famed film hold up after nearly fifty years? Why is a film that isn't a comedy have more laughs than a film that supposedly is? How much will Dave g…
 
Having rocked out in the past with 1983's EDDIE AND THE CRUSIERS, Andrew and Dave jump ahead to 1987 to take a look at ISHTAR, the infamous critical and commercial disaster written and directed by Elaine May, produced by Warren Beatty, and starring Beatty and Dustin Hoffman! Is the film as bad as its legendary reputation? If so, who is the blame? A…
 
It's 2022, and Films(trips) is feeling nostalgic! Join Andrew and Dave as they feel nostalgia for the 1980s while watching a film that is nostalgic for the 1960s, EDDIE AND THE CRUISERS! Is the film any good? What does it misunderstand about CITIZEN KANE? How freaking great is that (period inappropriate) soundtrack? Tune in and find out! Next Episo…
 
Last time, it was Zatoichi! This year, it was the King of the Monsters! That's right! REITMAN FOR THE JOB host Ross May and FILMS(TRIPS) own Dave Babbitt spent the year working through the Showa era of Godzilla, which is comprised of the first fifteen films in the series! What were the highs and lows of the franchise? What surprises did the films h…
 
It is that time of year again when Andrew and Dave look back over the year that was! Joined by James "The 'H' Is Silent" Hrivnak, a year of episodes is broken down. Which decade was most covered this year? How far did the podcast go back? Why is HEART CONDITION easily the worst film covered this year? What trivia challenge will James subject Andrew…
 
Andrew and Dave final regular discussion of 2021 brings them to the infamous Larry David film Sour Grapes, starring Steven Webber and Craig Bierko! Is the film as bad as its reputation? Is it worth watching for fans of David's other work? And who steals the film in one scene? Tune in and find out! Next Episode: The Holiday Bonus episode! Next Regul…
 
Andrew and Dave are back! Moving on from Friday, the duo turn their sights onto the somewhat forgotten 2016 drama Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk from director Ang Lee! Enjoy the conversation in which the hosts offer their thoughts on the stages of Lee's career, how the film was ahead of the curve thematically, and whether or not a gun can be fired…
 
Having survived the mediocrity of XXX: STATE OF THE UNION, Andrew and Dave are joined by returning guest Eric Jones to take a look at writer and star Ice Cube's breakthrough film FRIDAY, the 1995 comedy directed by F. Gary Gray (SET IT OFF, A MAN APART) and co-starring Chris Tucker! How well does the film hold up twenty-six years on? How many membe…
 
Having survived a serial killing mastermind (but not THE Mastermind) in ALONG CAME A SPIDER, Andrew and Dave turn their attention to Lee Tamahori's XXX: STATE OF THE UNION, the Ice Cube starring sequel to XXX. Just what do the duo make of the effort to pivot the series away from being defined by former (and eventually returning) star Vin Diesel? Ju…
 
James once again joins Andrew and Dave as they jump back twenty years ago to take a look at the mostly forgotten ALONG CAME A SPIDER! Just what do the trio make of the adaptation of James Patterson's first Alex Cross novel? How many awful CGI effects are in the film? And just who the hell is the screenwriter behind this movie, anyway? Tune in and f…
 
WE LOVE IT! WE LOVE IT! WE LOVE L.A.! Actually, Daven's never been and Randy Newman is preventing Andrew from ever returning, but the duo DO turn their attention to Curtis Hanson's 1997 period crime-drama L.A. CONFIDENTIAL in this episode of Films(trips)! Just how much does Andrew love the film? What joke will Dave run into the ground? How many up …
 
Having survived a rock in space, Andrew and Dave turn their attention to the infamous bomb THE POSTMAN! Yes, that's right: the 1997 post-apocalyptic epic directed by and starring Kevin Costner! So get read for a discussion about the career of Costner, good intentions gone wrong, baffling editing choices and... Tom Petty?! Next Episode: Someone once…
 
Films(trips) is back! This time, Andrew and Dave head into space for the infamous 1998 blockbuster ARMAGEDDON! Just what do the duo make of the infamous 1998 blockbuster? Is the inclusion of Aerosmith on the soundtrack insufferable, or just plain disturbing? And why is the behind the scenes production tales of the film more interesting than the fin…
 
Eric Jones once again joins Andrew and Dave as they journey into THE FUTURE! At least the future by way of the 1990s. Well, make that the future by way of the 1990s as interpreted by 2005. Anyways, the trio this time are taking a look at AEON FLUX, Karyn Kusama's adaptation the Peter Chung animated series which went through production hell and back…
 
Things get heated on the latest Films(trips) as hosts Andrew and Dave turn their attention to director Nick Cassavettes' tribute to his late father John, SHE'S SO LOVELY, starring Robin Wright, Sean Penn, and John Travolta! What do the podcasting duo struggle with in regards to the film? Just how great is Harry Dean Stanton? And why is there a ROCK…
 
Andrew and Dave are back! And this time, the podcasting duo need all the help they can get from James "The 'H' Is Silent" Hrivnak as they confront what may just be the most confounding film yet covered on the show: HEART CONDITION, a (supposed) supernatural comedy starring Denzel Washington and Bob Hoskins. Just how can one film go so, SO far wrong…
 
Andrew and Dave return to Spike Lee in this episode of Films(trips), taking a look at what may just be the most commercial film of Lee's career: Inside Man, the 2006 thriller starring Denzel Washington and Clive Owen! Where does the film fit in Lee's overall body of work? How much does the film tackle the reality of New York after 9/11? Just how st…
 
Andrew and Dave are back, and this time, they are celebrating Halloween a little early with the 1994 Mike Nichols film, WOLF! Just what do the podcasting duo make of the werewolf film set in the midst of the publishing industry? How great is the late Christopher Plummer? How much does Nichols miss the mark by when it comes to working with special e…
 
After six weeks of bonus episodes, Andrew and Dave return to the regular format of the program! Having left INSPECTOR CLOUSEAU behind them, the podcasting duo turn their attention to Mike Nichols' infamous 1970 adaptation of the Joseph Heller novel CATCH-22, starring a whose-who of late-'60s Hollywood. Is the film as disappointing as its reputation…
 
In this special DTV focused bonus episode of Films(trips), James Hrivnak joins Dave Babbitt to take a look at the excellent (but awfully titled) film AVENGEMENT, starring Scott Adkins! Where does the film go right where so many go wrong? Just how great of a screen presence is Adkins? How many better titles for the film can James and Dave come up wi…
 
In this special bonus episode of Films(trips), Andrew and Dave turn their attention to the films that are very, VERY unlikely to ever be discussed on the show. Tune in to hear their thoughts on CALIGULA, Full Moon Entertainment, GARDEN STATE, self-important films, and late era Jean-Luc Godard. Next Episode: The DTV (maybe) reaches its conclusion! E…
 
The DTV train continues in this bonus episode of Films(trips) as Eric Jones joins Dave to take a look at WWE Studios' THE MARINE 6: CLOSE QUARTERS, the concluding film in the long running action series. Just what do the pair make of the 2018 film? How impressive is the work of wrestling legend Shawn Michaels? Which Paul Atreides pops up in this fil…
 
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