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Tucked into a smokey back alley, into a secluded room of an illicit speakeasy filled with gambling, liqueur and podcasts! Come inside, sit down for a drink and join us while we discuss Film Noir of yesterday and Neo Noir's of today with your hosts Carly Street and Jason D. Morris Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speakeasy-noircast/support
 
George Feltenstein, Matthew Patterson, and D.W. Ferranti discuss the latest movie and TV releases from the Warner Bros. specialty label Warner Archive. The podcast features news, reviews, and interviews focusing on classic films and TV, sci-fi, horror, film noir, cult, animation, and other rarities culled from the vast Warner Bros. vaults.
 
Brian and Shelly are two friends and life long movie lovers who talk everything film all the time. It seemed only natural to record our ramblings and share them with the world. From the dawn of film as a medium to what is playing on the big screen right now.
 
NOIR TALK is a podcast devoted to discussing the Film Noir Foundation. It is the foundation’s mission to find and preserve noir films in danger of deterioration, damage or loss, and to ensure that high quality prints of these classic films remain in circulation for theatrical exhibition to future generations. The views and opinions of guests do not necessarily reflect those of the Film Noir Foundation, or its directors and advisors.
 
Ruby is the tough, intergalactic detective at the heart of this expansive storyworld, where sci-fi meets film noir in the style of Blade Runner, but with a unique blend of slapstick comedy, cosmic consciousness, and stunning sound design. In this third season – a fan-favorite and great introduction to the series – Ruby traverses space and time as she investigates a dark force coming from Magnifico, the City of Malls.
 
Dead Drunk Detective is a seven part comedy-noir podcast serial starring the most unlikely of private detectives. How unlikely? He’s a drunk zombie, and his name is Johnny Stumbles. And with his sarcastic secretary Betty, he’ll have to deal with Dracula, The Bogeyman, and The Devil to get to the bottom of the case… and the bottle.
 
Welcome to Classics at Josey´s Cafe… I´m Jose, so I decided to get my buddies and talk about classics. That being, classic shows, movies etc. We have an enormous list of classic movies and tv shows that we enjoy, including some forgotten ones. We are looking backwards and rummaging through old stuff, along with some that we feel are instant classics.
 
Join 2011 Cannes Film Festival Best Director Winner Nicolas Winding Refn as he discusses his new film Drive. Mixing classic film noir with wicked violence and a killer soundtrack, the film is a modern day Grimm's fairytale featuring Ryan Gosling (“Blue Valentine”) as a Los Angeles wheelman for hire, stunt driving for movie productions by day and steering getaway vehicles for armed heists by night.
 
Do you like Blade Runner, Sin City, or LA Noire? What about OTR, Audio Books, classic thrillers or Film Noir of any decade? Then this is your show. Hothouse Bruiser is an intense audio drama with mind-blowing sound design and gritty, complex stories. The series follows hard-boiled Bruiser, one of the unfortunate souls trapped in the Los Angeles Quarantine. Follow Bruiser through this urban jungle nightmare as he goes toe-to-toe with every crooked thug and tricky dame the Hothouse has to offer.
 
The Journal Star’s Steve Tarter will cover a wide range of subjects with interviews of a variety of central Illinois residents in upcoming podcasts. Tarter, who’s served as business editor since 2011, has written extensively about local business, financial and media issues in the Journal Star as well as dispensing a wide-ranging blog. Upcoming subjects are likely to include comic books, film noir, classical music and radio-TV.
 
On this podcast, Seth Abramovitch, senior writer at The Hollywood Reporter, and Chip Pope, an Emmy-winning TV writer and comic, take you behind the scenes of the indelible pop culture moments that shaped Hollywood history — with special guests who were actually there. In a town where everything old is eventually new again, Seth and Chip give listeners a front-row seat to the way things were. Welcome to IT HAPPENED IN HOLLYWOOD! Hosted by: Seth Abramovitch and Chip Pope Produced by: Matthew W ...
 
Join Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels ("Precious"), as he discusses "The Paperboy," an edgy film noir set in 1960s South Florida. Showing at the New York Film Festival, the film is based on the novel by Pete Dexter and follows investigative reporter Ward Jansen (Matthew McConaughey) and his partner, Yardley Acheman (David Oyelowo) as they chase a sensational, career- making story. The movie also features Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman, Macy Gray, and John Cusack.
 
"A murder within the LAPD. A gonzo journalist uncovers a California conspiracy. And a card shark hunts the biggest whale of his life. All these stories and more in... THE NEON NOIR." A hardboiled audio drama of original detective fiction, The Neon Noir blends the literary quality of an audio book with the professional sound design of film, breaking new ground in audio storytelling.
 
Hardboiled noir with a highly-enhanced sense of smell. Sniff Bloodhound is stepping out from his life as a shamed ex-cop and into the family Private Investigation business, left behind when his brother is murdered. visit our website at www.sniffpi.com, where you can find the cast list and the original scripts, un-edited and un-autocorrected. Also, check out our podcast Trailer Park, where you can get the latest trailers for definitely real movies, books and television. Available on any podca ...
 
In this podiobook: Part film noir detective story, part fantasy adventure, part East End gangster tale, How to Disappear Completely concerns Theo Braithwaite, a failed actress and worse waitress, becoming involved in an unseen world populated by history's rejects and runaways from a secret society known as The Footmen. A stranger to London, waiting for life to come and find her, she is instead found by a part-time thief called Kilbey Salmon who, along with his rockabilly-obsessed partner, is ...
 
"You HAVE to watch it! Its sooo good!" Your friends may have decent taste in movies but their incoherent reviews are getting annoying. Sit around the table with your friends at Time Sensitive, where we dissect the recent movies you may have missed. Time Sensitive, because you deserve better.
 
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Welcome to the 153rd episode of "The Meaning Of" podcast. NOIRvember is here, so Sabrina and RB3 discuss the themes, influences, and impact of the classic film genre NOIR! #TheMeaningOf Follow our Instagram/Twitter: https://twitter.com/FirstCutTMO https://www.instagram.com/firstcuttmo/ Drop us a voice message on Anchor: https://anchor.fm/the-meanin…
 
Elizabeth and her friend Caralyn talk to Dad about Caralyn’s upcoming wedding plans, one of Elizabeth’s students who called 9-1-1 during class, our family’s COVID tests, the puppy dog that Caralyn rescued, Elizabeth’s cat, Sasha’s adoption, a Maisy Update about our dog’s behavior when someone sits on her spot on the couch, and pet names. In the New…
 
Welcome to the 154th episode of "The Meaning Of" podcast. As NOIRvember comes to a close, Sabrina and RB3 discuss the themes, influences, and impact into the modern reinvention of noir genre NEO NOIR! #TheMeaningOf Follow our Instagram/Twitter: https://twitter.com/FirstCutTMO https://www.instagram.com/firstcuttmo/ Drop us a voice message on Anchor:…
 
One year after the release of Rian Johnson's Knives Out we celebrate one of 2019's biggest hits, along with other murder mysteries and "whodunnits?" We talk about what makes a good detective, the satirical element of the genre, and choose from Gosford Park, Clue, and 2017's Murder on the Orient Express as to what goes in our Movie Vault! With previ…
 
Welcome to season two of the Speakeasy Pandemic Noircast! Ready to talk film and get drunk? Great! So are we...actually we already did..for this episode...so now it's your turn! In the premiere season two episode we discuss The Red House... The Red House is a 1947 American film noir horror film film directed by Delmer Daves, and starring Edward G. …
 
Gyms in the 80's just had more going on. First, they were open. Second, fashion over comfort. And third, sometimes you lost more than just weight... you lost your life! Oh yeah, and cocaine. This Thanksgiving, PsychotroniCast brings you two helpings of 80's fitness horror to whip you back into shape. From 1987, Killer Workout and from 1989, Death S…
 
"I've been rich and I've been poor. Believe me, rich is better." For our final episode of Noirvember, Brandon and Thomas take a deep dive into the life and career of film director Fritz Lang, an innovator within the genre of film noir. Listen as they discuss Lang's influence on the genre and why they believe he deserves more appreciation today. Con…
 
Will and Henry talk to Dad about putting up the Christmas tree, Thanksgiving, the boys and Dad’s couch to 5K training, dad’s attempt to buy tickets to The Flaming Lips Space Bubble Concert, bands we wish we could see in concert, the Thanksgiving menu, shrimp pizza, Henry and Will learning guitar and drums, Will’s plan to start a band with his frien…
 
"Don't ever change, Tiger. I don't think I'd like you with a heart." Listen as Brandon is joined by Hunter Barcroft to talk about the lesser-known 1949 noir, Too Late for Tears, starring Lizabeth Scott. The film is unique because it is one of the few films that is told from the perspective of the femme fatale, the famous film noir archetype. Contac…
 
Locke still believes him and Simon were set up. So they meet up with Lauren's high-tech contact Dick Matheson. Arthur also joins for some reason. But when they arrive at the hideout it isn't long before they're surrounded and bullets fly! Music: "Sidewalk Shade" and "Backbay Lounge" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: B…
 
This week, something's gone terribly wrong! Not really but we've taken a week off so we're offering you a nostalgia extravaganza, revisiting our discussions of 70's horror camp fest Theatre of Blood feat. the glorious Bunny, the best thing ever made The Muppet Show, modern nostalgia vehicle Kobra Kai and 80's kid caper classic The Goonies. Theatre …
 
From Saturday Nov 14th- Matt Wagner has worked in the comics biz for almost 40 years and has crafted two of the most beloved creator-owned titles - Grendel and Mage. He has also worked with several mainstream characters including Batman, The Spirit, Zorro, The Shadow, and several others, with his efforts earning him multiple Eisner Awards. Join us …
 
Henry and Allison (Mom) talk to Dad about fall, the boys’ commitment to start a couch to 5K, Henry’s school, Will’s date, Dad’s extended working from home, Henry learning the guitar. In the News, we talk about a 6-year-old who helped fight Nazis in France during World War II, a school in France that is warning parents not to throw their kids over t…
 
This week we face the bad luck of Friday the 13th along with 2020 imparticular being a massive disaster. Therefore we discuss the genre of disaster movies, and two films indicative of that genre- 1997's Volcano, and Roland Emmerich's 2012! Joined by actor Christopher Maxwell, and fellow podcaster Kieran Williams, we deep dive, and riff on these cra…
 
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