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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!
 
Each week friends Mike and Charlie have Randy (the random number generator) select a film for them to watch from the Criterion Collection. Then they discuss and review it for your listening pleasure. It’s a podcast about the love of film, expanding horizons, painstakingly cataloging the duration of every long take, and friendship.
 
Brave film explorer comrades Joey Reinisch and Chris McCaleb journey to far the reaches of cinema. In each mission, they will analyze, report and criticize a film from THE CRITERION COLLECTION, hopefully maintaining their sanity in the presence of extreme motion picture brilliance...or something.
 
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.
 
In the Plodcast, pastor Douglas Wilson covers anything related to theology and culture with his usual entertaining style. Whether it involves talking about Chestertonian Calvinism (not an oxymoron), the benefits of a Classical Christian education (not in that order), or the latest pomosexuality farce, the plodcast aims to apply all of Christ to all of life, for all the world. Douglas Wilson is an evangelical, postmill, Calvinist, Reformed, and Presbyterian (pretty much in that order) and is ...
 
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 ...
 
Podcaster Bil Antoniou of BGM: Bad Gay Movies Bitchy Gay Men goes through his Criterions and talks about the movies and the memories they inspire, along the way chatting with a few friends. This podcast is not affiliated with the Criterion Collection and no copyright infringement is intended.
 
Sound piece "I’m Perfectly Fine Without You" by Daisy Patton is an ongoing project that discursively explores the perspectives of children of absent fathers through their own memory. A collection of tenuous yet emotionally charged recollections, the sole criterion is that their father was missing during childhood, with the only exception being death. The voices of the participants together form a kind of confessional, with you the listener as the recipient of their now unconcealed, personal ...
 
Enter the rinky-dink film vault and welcome to Film A Week: 52 Films A Year.Hosts Serg Beret and Patrick Raissi embark on a journey of watching films Serg has never seen before, get avant-garde with Criterion of the Month and revisit classics films with Revisited episodes. Listen for humorous discussions, fun film analysis, and great company from fellow film lovers.
 
The Poster Boys are Brandon Schaefer and Sam Smith, two designers who get together and discuss all things graphic design, share their influences, and explore and celebrate the titans of poster design history. Schaefer and Smith both work as poster designers in today’s film industry, working with clients including The Criterion Collection, IFCFilms, Oscilloscope, Death Waltz Recording Company, and Janus Films. Look as you listen by following theposterboys.tumblr.com.
 
There are other Weekly Wrestling Reviews, but this one is ours, and by extension yours, if you're a fan. Cause, you're a part of the public, and this is a public broadcast...I'm getting off topic, ... let's see if we can get this back on track... This will feature MP3s of our Weekly Reviews of Monday Night Raw, and Judd's personal favourite ROH TV. When we review PPVs, we will dedicate a whole show to it. In future we hope to include the following: -Reviews of High End Cheese -Reviews of For ...
 
The state of Cinema Discourse got you down? Sick of hearing about Marvel and Netflix and our corporate content overlords? Do you dream about video stores and movie palaces? About tracking lines and film grain? Ginger Rogers and Jackie Chan? Are you looking for a movie podcast blissfully free of the failed improv comics, 80's obsessed nerds, and simpering corporate fanboys that dictate current conversations about cinema? If so, welcome to Silver Screen Video with Jacob and Jonathan, a Certifi ...
 
Your resource for answers to your most pressing legal questions. Attorney Bill Powers sits down with some of today’s leading legal minds to discuss everything from legal issues and legislation to practice tips and policy. If you have been charged with a crime, received a traffic citation, or been charged with Driving While Impaired (DWI/DUI) in North Carolina then this podcast is for you. An NBTA Board Certified Criminal Law Specialist with 27 years of experience, Charlotte Lawyer Bill Power ...
 
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]
 
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In our 230th episode, we're talking spine #268 and 269 in the Criterion Collection: Seijin Suzuki's YOUTH OF THE BEAST from 1963, and FIGHTING ELEGY from 1966.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out her blossoming body of work here: uglycryclub.bandcamp.com/releasesLike us on Facebook!www.facebook.com/criteri…
 
As has become tradition at the beginning of each new year, Chris & Lee take some time away from the Collection to take a look back at some of their favourite, or more notable, films from the previous year. Joined by friend of the show Toby, the trio discuss everything from Tenet to Babyteeth, First Cow to Nomadland… and everything in between. Featu…
 
This week Mike and Justin review the latest Disney/Pixar film, Soul. However, before they get into the main review, they also discuss Wonder Woman 1984, The End of the F****** World, and their thoughts on The Mandalorian season 2! - Intro (00:00:00 - 00:03:57) - News on the March! (00:03:57 - 00:30:06) - The End of the F****** World - Wonder Woman …
 
You know the Criterion Project had to talk about Terrence Malick at some point! Once a reclusive director who took decades between projects, Malick has become incredibly prolific - and divisive - in recent years. But Conrado and Rachel go back to 1978 to talk about one of his early movies: Days of Heaven, a gorgeous melodrama set in the Texas prair…
 
Jon Laubinger returns to the show to talk about the March 2021 announcements and especially the World of Wong Kar Wai set. Longtime listeners will remember that Jon predicted the set years ago and it has finally come to fruition. We also get into some of the controversies around the release and whether that tempers our excitement. We talk at length…
 
To celebrate The Criterion Collection’s 2019 releases – and there’s a lot to celebrate – Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, Trevor Berrett, Aaron West, and Jordan Essoe gather to talk about the past year in Criterion, including their favorite three Criterion releases of 2020. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS or in iTunes Episode Notes Aaron’s List Favorit…
 
Please follow us on itunes and leave you ratings and reviews: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-criterion-project/id1479953904Follow us on anchor https://anchor.fm/criterionprojectPlease follow our twitter at https://twitter.com/criterionpodFollow our guest Abie Sidell on Twitter: https://twitter.com/absidellCheck out Conrado's webseries WO…
 
Adam and Norm have an announcement to make--this will be the final episode of The Adam Savage Project. After 8 years of recording the podcast, we're refocusing our energies on other Tested projects including the bi-weekly livestreams. It's been a wonderful and amazing run--thanks so much for listening!…
 
This week for Hidden Gems we have our 7th Netflix episode where we talk about everything from bake offs to whales movies and everything in-betweenOrder a #animationjunkie shirt and more from our merch store! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?ref_id=8581Follow Ryan on twitter https://twitter.com/RyanCam20Follow Ryan on his channel https:/…
 
This week at the Silver Screen Video we will be discussing three films from the great Yasujirō Ozu. Make sure you guys let us know your thoughts on his films and what your favorite one is. Also don't forget to check out our new Patreon to get access to The Silver Screen Video After Dark. Link is below for all our social media. https://linktr.ee/sil…
 
We are back with the same group from last year to talk about the animated films coming up in 2021Order a #animationjunkie shirt and more from our merch store! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/hallmarkies?ref_id=8581Follow Durban at https://www.youtube.com/user/cldactorFollow Durban on twitter https://twitter.com/worldofdurbaniaFollow Ryan Cam at ht…
 
In this episode, I am again incorporating audio from a video I did for the Just the Discs YouTube Channel. This video was called "My Favorite Blu-rays of 2020". Of course I've already done a Favorites of 2020 episode, but call this an addendum to that episode as I had a bunch more discs to talk about from a bunch of different labels. Enjoy! Check o…
 
A couple of lonely hearts (played by Shirley Stoler and Tony Lo Bianco) find true love in this affecting documentary-style romanctic drama directed by Leonard Kastle. Oh, and they con then kill a bunch of women across the United States, because these is actually a shockingly brutal ripped-from-the-headlines true crime film. But I guess it's also th…
 
Hi! I have been sharing my best and worst of 2020 over on my youtube channel. I decided to combine them all together in one post for the podcast. Enjoy! My Best Movies of 2020 list https://youtu.be/uJuCIxOwacEFor all of my end of the year lists https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zvxrm9jQ6hM&list=PL7wz447AgL4xiz6PGH47LsL31_HXDGIhXFor all of my Hidden G…
 
This week for Hidden Gems we go back to Disney Plus and give our 5 picks for films to watch For all my Disney content https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4yk8QgYPSqPTiG0tV5Q-WVlFor all my Disney Plus content https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7wz447AgL4xKOuwCjpZmluI21wzPgBGT Order a #animationjunkie shirt and more from our merch s…
 
In 2017, Bryan Fogel made "Icarus," a film about Russia, sports, and doping. It was a highly consequential film. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature. Now Fogel has made "The Dissident," about Jamal Khashoggi and his murder by the Saudi government. Jay talks with Fogel about his life and his work. An interesting, admirable fellow, …
 
In our 229th episode, we're talking spine #267 in the Criterion Collection: Akira Kurosawa's KAGEMUSHA from 1980. As a time capsule, might be of note that this was recorded as shit went down at the US Capitol Building in Washington, DC. But don't worry, we read listener email, talk about DS9 Season 5, MGS 2, and SUPER GHOULS N GHOSTS, too.Podcast's…
 
We welcome science book author Mary Roach back to the show to catch up and talk about how the past year has affected her research and book writing. While she's not yet able to talk about her next book, we discuss a wide range of topics including our lockdown show obsessions, book reviews, and the love a good book index.…
 
This week at the Silver Screen Video we are happy to have the great film critic Neil Young. You can currently catch Neil at https://www.jigsawlounge.co.uk/film/. He is also on Twitter at @BohemiaStable. We were happy to have him joining us this week and hope you guys enjoy the episode. Also don't forget to check out our new Patreon to get access to…
 
Today Stanford and I are joined by Leslie Means to talk about Don Hertzfeldt's trilogy of scifi animation WORLD OF TOMORROWFollow Leslie on twitter https://twitter.com/lesliemeansFollow Utah Film Center https://twitter.com/UtahFilmCenterCheck out Utah Film Center website https://t.co/qNrAxXizCJ?amp=1Get a #animationaddicts tshirt at https://www.tee…
 
Rachel and Jonathan are back to talk about the New Years special of DOCTOR WHO: REVOLUTION OF THE DALEKS. What did you think of it? Follow Jonathan at I Heart Movies https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIXIceyRxNEE8vgAw6Ye-aQFollow Jonathan on twitter https://twitter.com/jonjnorthFollow Jonathan on instagram https://www.instagram.com/jonjnorth/Get a S…
 
In another new feature, I will be incorporating the audio from some of my videos for the JTD YouTube channel into episodes for the podcast. In this first "Collection Update", I run through several discs I've picked up recently from Criterion, Kino Lorber, Arrow, Olive Films, Scream Factory and more. Check out the Just the Discs YouTube Channel! Hav…
 
The back room boys are at it again! That’s right, we’re jumping back into the endlessly charming (so far) films of Powell and Pressburger. Sammy Rice (played by David Farrah) is a scientist working for an ill-defined problem-solving crew that the British government relies on for technical advice during the Second World War. Will his ever-suffering …
 
Jon Laubinger returns to the show to talk about the March 2021 announcements and especially the World of Wong Kar Wai set. Longtime listeners will remember that Jon predicted the set years ago and it has finally come to fruition. We also get into some of the controversies around the release and whether that tempers our excitement. We talk at length…
 
Jon Laubinger returns to the show to talk about the March 2021 announcements and especially the World of Wong Kar Wai set. Longtime listeners will remember that Jon predicted the set years ago and it has finally come to fruition. We also get into some of the controversies around the release and whether that tempers our excitement. We talk at length…
 
After their weird and wild outings in Japan, Lee & Chris head to France where they first get caught up in a love triangle, of sorts, between an ex-con, a prostitute and a local gangster before high tailing it to Paris where they team up with a world weary criminal doing everything he can to keep hold of his final score and stay out of the business …
 
It's time for Aughtsterion to go full gay by celebrating both musicals and Paris Hilton with Repo! The Genetic Opera. In this episode, Jordan is joined by theater kid BJ Colangelo (with Sam cheering us on from the ether) to talk about this most ostentatious 2000s time capsule, and make the case for the Oscar is should have won. Get ready to body ro…
 
In our 228th episode, we're talking spine #266 in the Criterion Collection: Cecil B. DeMille's THE KING OF KINGS from 1927. The first TWO AND A QUARTER hours are your emails, Pixar/Dreamworks, DS9, Cate Blanchett, and when to wish one a Happy New Year.Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out her blossoming bod…
 
This week at the Silver Screen Video we'll be going over plans for 2021 and talking about some changes. We also discuss starting a Patreon. For just $5 dollars per month you will one hour of extra content. Listen to the episode to get details on what that hour will include. Please see link below. https://www.patreon.com/silverscreenvideo Hope every…
 
It's our final episode of the year! Adam, Joey, and Norm recap and review the last two episodes of The Mandalorian's second season in spoiler-filled detail. We share our favorite moments and surprises that caught us off guard, and how we thought the writers and directors handled fan-favorite characters. What are your hopes for this show and the sla…
 
In what will likely become a regular feature on the podcast, this week I am resurrecting an old episode that has fallen off the feed (Itunes and most podcatchers will only allow 100 episodes to be in a podcast feed, so if you have more than 100 episodes - anything past the latest 100 is not accessible). So for the first of what will be called "JTD …
 
Julliette Binoche deadpans. Sudden fade to black! Dum dum da dummmmm..! Repeat that about four more times and you have one of the most iconic pieces of 1990s European cinema. Does this formula hold up for two jaded cinephiles at the end of 2020? The first installment of Krzysztof Kieslowski's ambitious Three Colours Trilogy doesn't pull any punches…
 
To celebrate The Criterion Collection’s 2019 releases – and there’s a lot to celebrate – Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, Trevor Berrett, Aaron West, and Jordan Essoe gather to talk about the past year in Criterion, including their favorite three Criterion releases of 2020. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS or in iTunes Episode Notes Aaron’s List Favorit…
 
To celebrate The Criterion Collection’s 2019 releases – and there’s a lot to celebrate – Scott Nye, David Blakeslee, Trevor Berrett, Aaron West, and Jordan Essoe gather to talk about the past year in Criterion, including their favorite three Criterion releases of 2020. Subscribe to the podcast via RSS or in iTunes Episode Notes Aaron’s List Favorit…
 
In our 227th episode, we're talking spine #265 in the Criterion Collection: Robert Altman's SHORT CUTS from 1993. Listener emails, another Mysterious Package to be opened, video game chatter, and DS9! Merry X-Mas!Podcast's intro song 'Here Come the Creeps' by Ugly Cry Club. You can check out her blossoming body of work here: uglycryclub.bandcamp.co…
 
This week at the Silver Screen Video we'll be going over our own top five favorite Christmas films. Please let us know what you guys think in those comments. Let us know some of your favorites. See link below if you would like to leave us a voicemail. Just make an account, which is free and easy, and you'll be able to leave us a voicemail. https://…
 
Jay has an assortment for you—some Bach, some jazz, some Russian, some French, a spiritual . . . It all ends with a thrilling “First Nowell.”Bach, “Jauchzet, frohlocket,” Christmas OratorioBerlin, “White Christmas”Bach, “Nun seid ihr wohl gerochen,” Christmas OratorioGauntlett, “Once in Royal David’s City”Trad., “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen”Chesno…
 
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