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A compare and contrast podcast of films from present to past. Showcasing movies connected by genre, creators, personal themes & social relevance, we discover the elements that make movies rewatchable (or not). Hosted by artist-filmmakers and longtime friends, Kraig Rasmussen & Seamus Smith.
 
Welcome to Not Just For Kids. Once a week we will revisit the movies we loved as children, looking at their place in the history of family films, the themes they explore and if they’re any good. Each season we will focus on a different area: be it a particular film studio, director or time period. And each week we will invite a guest onto the podcast who will offer their own perspective on the films being covered that week.
 
Movie nerd and anniversary celebrator Mark J. Parker brings a friend on each episode to discuss movies (and sometimes TV shows and music) that are hitting milestone anniversaries of release that month. Think 20th anniversary, 25th, 30th, 40th, 50th, 60th, 70th, 75th, you get it! They'll dive in together, discussing fun facts, memorable moments, and what makes these movies worth a rewind all these years later. Let's get nostalgic! The podcast logo is created by Greg Clements. The theme song i ...
 
Every Friday we review films that are part of our non-stop festivals. These festivals will cover a treasure trove of topics about film history from famous directors to genres to modern classics and punishment reviews. We are here to dive deep into each film and educate ourselves and you along the way. And what better way to have these discussions than with old friends. Adam Sherlock and Adam Palcher had a podcast since 2007 named A Damn Movie Podcast with over 300 episodes, in 2019 we decide ...
 
The voices of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival engage listeners in an entertaining, illuminating, and stimulating discussion around a variety of themes and topics rooted in Jewish cinema. Hosted by AJFF’s Sara Glassberg and Brad Pilcher, each episode will showcase exemplary films – from past AJFF favorites to hidden gems, from new releases to the classics.
 
Our hosts are Kent Smith (award-winning director, writer, producer, photographer), who has worked on such tv shows and feature films as Homeland, Mr. Mercedes, Outcast, Tusk, and Max bring his technical skills to the table. Laura Truman comes to the table with her fantastic laugh on life and incredible film knowledge (Film Critic and old school film collector). Patrick G. Keenan (award-winning actor), who you might have seen in Blind Side, Homeland, Tropical Cop Tales, and Mike, is no strang ...
 
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In this episode we welcome Ryan Arey from ScreenCrush, the best in the biz when it comes to breaking down and analyzing the biggest franchises in film and television. Follow Ryan Arey on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ryanarey Subscribe to ScreenCrush: https://www.youtube.com/c/ScreenCrush Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WrongRee…
 
One of the biggest silver linings of a hybrid edition of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is the ability to bring film talent together from all around the world in an even more robust way than in a typical year. There is perhaps no better example of that than our opening night. We kicked off the 2021 AJFF with the North American premiere of boundar…
 
For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe shouldn’t have been watching. And coming up next we h…
 
If you love, self-mocking films like Tucker & Dale, then this is something that you will love. It's a love letter to cheesy horror films from the 1980's with an interesting twist. It's harp, wickedly funny, and pays homage to the slasher films. Max Cartwright waits while her actress mother, Amanda, auditions for a film. When she returns, Amanda com…
 
Producer Robert Cotto and Marcus Pinn (Creator of Pinnland Empire and co-host of Zebras in America) join me at Wrong Reel headquarters to drink a little whiskey and celebrate their love for the films of Harvey Keitel. Follow Robert Cotto on Twitter: https://twitter.com/robcotto Follow Marcus Pinn on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PINNLAND_EMPIRE Foll…
 
Bringing an end to our extended block of first take reviews on streaming film releases, we tackle the moody Denzel Washington detective drama, The Little Things, and share a detailed conversation about, you guessed it, lots of little things that make this movie tick. We look at the triple Oscar winning ensemble cast, the auteur work of writer direc…
 
Mark has friend and scream queen Solana Sorrento on the show to have a dinner party Hannibal Lecter-style! For the 30th anniversary of Silence of the Lambs and 20th anniversary of Hannibal, these horror hounds discuss one of the most haunting movie (and tv) villains, FBI final girl Clarice Starling, and their adventures into darkness. From Jodie Fo…
 
“What have they got in there, King Kong?” For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe shouldn’t h…
 
Join the guys this week as Palcher goes through all the films he saw at the all-virtual Sundance 2021. Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you see. Follow us for more interaction and content: INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/deepdivefilms…
 
Robert O’Meara (Dublin Filmmakers Collective, Four Court Films) is back in action discussing the incredible career of director J. Lee Thompson. Follow Robert O’Meara: https://twitter.com/Bobunsound Follow DFM Collective: https://twitter.com/DublinFilmMaker Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WrongReel Wrong Reel Merchandise: https:…
 
Though audiences will experience most of this year’s Atlanta Jewish Film Festival in the Virtual Cinema, organizers were also committed to finding fun and innovative ways to safely bring the community together. Thus, plans for a night at the drive-in were born! Three nights, actually. Thanks to an exclusive partnership with Mercedes-Benz Stadium, t…
 
We think we picked a perfect Valentine's Day movie for 2021/ post-2020 vibes everyone is feeling, and we think you'll agree. Watch Bliss on Amazon before you listen because we have no choice but to spoil this one as we peel apart the layers, interpret the many signs & symbols that make up it's story, using a specific visual language. Plus we talk i…
 
The Shining is a powerful visual puzzle of unknown forces. "Kubrick is telling a story with ghosts (the two girls, the former caretaker and a bartender), but it isn't a "ghost story", because the ghosts may not be present in any sense at all except as visions experienced by Jack, Wendy, and Danny." We go inside the world of many of the different in…
 
"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads.” For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe shou…
 
We’re counting down to the start of this year’s Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, and here to help you get ready for our hybrid 21st edition. By now, you may have perused the film lineup in the AJFF program guide or website. With such a diverse array of international and independent movies to pick from, it’s not always easy to choose. Our latest podcas…
 
Chet Zar joins us to discuss his love of painting monsters as well as his many years working in the film industry as a special effects makeup artist, designer and sculptor. Chet Zar's Official Site: https://www.chetzar.com/ Follow Chet Zar on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChetZar Subscribe to the Dark Art Society Podcast: https://www.darkartsociety.…
 
In an appropriate follow up to last episode, we talk another actor turned solid director, with George Clooney's latest. We talk about the meta elements of the film, the science & world building, and the intimate personal story buried within what is presented as a race against time survival tale. Plus we ponder where this stands among the modern sci…
 
"I guess you guys aren't ready for that yet. But your kids are gonna love it.” For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family fi…
 
Martin Kessler (Flixwise Canada) returns for a celebration of the three most notorious Gangster movies from the glorious era of Pre-Code Hollywood: 'Little Caesar' (1931), 'The Public Enemy' (1931) and 'Scarface' (1932). Follow Martin Kessler on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MovieKessler Subscribe to Flixwise Canada: http://flixwise.com/category/epi…
 
Our hybrid 21st edition of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is nearly here! The movie lineup has been unveiled online, program guides are arriving in mailboxes…and now, it’s time for you to get ready to fest! With so much to explore and anticipate, there is no better way to usher in the annual festival than to hear directly from our very own festiv…
 
This episode is a battle of podcasters, because one of us loved Christopher Nolan's latest mindbender, and one of us did not! Brace yourself for cannon fire and opinion blasts, as we dive into a film that is equal parts James Bond adventure and applied physics graduate thesis, and yet another entry in the bizarre and high concept Nolan-verse. Subsc…
 
"Close your eyes, shut your mouth, dream a dream and get us out.” For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or someth…
 
If you love low-budget films, then this is an instant hit for your viewing pleasure. You might enjoy the one cut filmmaking on this, but make sure to stay with this film as takes a turn for the better. Filmmaker Shin'ichirô Ueda directed, edited, and wrote the script for One Cut of the Dead. To make his film, Ueda worked with the Enbu Seminar drama…
 
In a timely first take review, we look at the sure-handed directorial debut of actress Regina King, One Night in Miami. Our talk ranges from the inner struggles of each man and the outer forces shaping them, King as a director, Kemp Powers as a writer, and the various filmmaking elements that make this movie tick. Plus we peel back the layers of wh…
 
Mark is joined by friend Lauren Evangelista to chat about big screen romance from January 2001: Save the Last Dance & The Wedding Planner. Who would have thunk that years after watching films together in class at Fordham University they'd be chatting about these films on a podcast? Also, who approved Julia Stiles' fashion and hairstyles back then? …
 
After far too long an absence, we welcome Dion Baia back to the show to discuss his new role in John Schneider's 'Stand on It!' as well as his various other endeavors as an author, podcaster and actor. Follow Dion Baia: https://twitter.com/DionBaia Rent 'Stand on It!': https://vimeo.com/ondemand/johnschneidersstandonit Buy 'Blood in the Streets': h…
 
The 21st edition of the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival is right around the corner. It’s going to be a film festival unlike any other. As anticipation builds, so do the burning questions. How will this year’s film festival be different, and what do I need to do to get ready? Get the inside scoop on what to expect with our reimagined festival experienc…
 
"Have you recently had a close encounter?” For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe shouldn’t …
 
Here’s something a little special for you all. For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe should…
 
It is a tale of two Caesars as we unite Bill Scurry (co-host of the ‘I Don’t Get It‘ podcast) and Victor H. Rodriguez (‘The Sound of Fear’) to discuss the brilliant TV mini-series adaptation of ‘I, Claudius’ by Robert Graves: Follow Bill Scurry on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WilliamScurry Subscribe to Bill Scurry’s YouTube Channel: https://bit.ly/…
 
"Sh-sh-sh-SHAAAAARRRRRRK!” For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe shouldn’t have been watchi…
 
This week Palcher and Sherlock give their tops and flops of this flop of a year 2020. Palcher lists his 5 best films of the year and Sherlock lists the 5 movies he's glad he didn't see. Enjoy! Make sure to play along with each festival and leave comments so we can interact with you and remember to subscribe to the channel if you like what you see. …
 
Bonus Material: Krampus is a 2015 American Christmas comedy horror film based on the Austro-Bavarian folklore character, Krampus. The film stars Adam Scott, Toni Collette, David Koechner, Allison Tolman, Conchata Ferrell, Emjay Anthony, Stefania LaVie Owen, and Krista Stadler. The story follows a dysfunctional family squabbling causes a young boy t…
 
J. Blake Fichera returns to the show to discuss his new book 'Scored to Death 2: More Conversations with Some of Horror's Greatest Composers'. Buy 'Scored to Death 2' on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3hQe9xa Follow J. Blake Fichera: https://twitter.com/ScoredtoDeath Follow James Hancock on Twitter: https://twitter.com/colebrax Wrong Reel Merchandise: htt…
 
Happy 2021 everyone! Like many of you, we opened our Christmas Present of Wonder Woman '84 on the day it was released. So how did it add to our holiday? How does it add up to the first WW and other recent DC films? Plus, we talk briefly about other strong female characters with Stargirl, and the Amazon original film I'm Your Woman. Subscribe to Rep…
 
"I hate Peter Pan!" For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the films we cherished growing up, be they family films or something we maybe shouldn’t have been watching. Hos…
 
We made it! Happy New Year. And to say goodbye to the cursed year of 2020 here's a special treat for you all to listen to. For those who cherish Disney, worship at the altar of Spielberg, love nothing more than immersing themselves into the world of Studio Ghibli, let us introduce you to Not Just For Kids. This is the podcast that revisits the film…
 
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