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Join Mike and Dustin on a new episode of the podcast where they discuss one of the saddest films of all-time, the 1988 World War II animated film from writer/director, Isao Takahata. Music: "Setsuko and Seita" & "Two People" (Michio Mamiya) Never miss an episode! Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and all good podcatchers. C…
 
Prolific musician and composer, Mark Snow, joins Mike on the podcast to discuss creating the score for the 2019 Josh Boone film, The New Mutants. Mark talks about his process crafting the soundscape for the film, his work on other films and television shows like The X-Files, being invited to compose music for the films of Alain Resnais, and other f…
 
Join Dustin and Mike on another episode of the podcast where they sit down to discuss the much-maligned, and almost aborted, Josh Boone X-Men spin-off, The New Mutants. Music: "The Bear Advances" & "Dani Goes Under" (Mark Snow) "End Credits" (Bright Eyes) Never miss an episode! Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and all good…
 
Romance is in the air and on the podcast this February as Dustin and Mike sit down to the roundtable to discuss Richard Linklater's 2004 installment in the Before Trilogy, Before Sunset. Music: "Just In Time" (Nina Simone) and "A Waltz For a Night" (Julie Delpy) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for free: itunes Sp…
 
The podcast returns to kick in 2022, fittingly, with a discussion of Bong Joon-ho's 2006 kaiju thriller comedy, The Host! Will the popular South Korean export be deemed a Masterpiece or a Museum Piece, you'll have to listen to the roundtable to find out. Music: "Yellow Virus" and "A Single Molotov Cocktail" (Byeong Woo Lee) Like us on Facebook Foll…
 
Mike and Dustin return to the podcast to celebrate Halloween 2021 with an all-new installment of the Anthology of Horror featuring a discussion about the three major adaptations of Richard Matheson's seminal novel, I am Legend, The Last Man on Earth (1964), The Omega Man (1971), and I am Legend (2007). Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris" Pickett a…
 
The podcast returns with a discussion on the 1929 surrealist classic, Un Chien Andalou. Listen in as Dustin and Mike hit the roundtable to debate the validity of art for art's sake, dream logic, and determine whether they believe the film to be a masterpiece or a museum piece. Music: "Debaser" (Pixies) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join …
 
Mike and Dustin are back on the podcast with another discussion of a film for your consideration. This time around they chat about the 1982 Sylvester Stallone vehicle, First Blood, a film that remains surprisingly, and disappointingly, relevant almost 40 years later. Music: "Homecoming" (Jerry Goldsmith) and "Long Road" (Jerry Goldsmith and Dan Hil…
 
On the latest installment of the podcast, hosts Dustin and Mike sit down at the roundtable to discuss the Don McKellar's award-winning 1998 apocalyptic Canadian dramedy, Last Night. Music: "Last Night I Didn't Get to Sleep at All" (The 5th Dimension) "Guantanamera" (Pete Seegar) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe fo…
 
FYC presents an exclusive commentary for the 2017 indie zombie thriller, DEAD SHACK, featuring the film's cast and crew! Peter Ricq (Director), Philippe Ivanusic (Co-writer), Amber Ripley (Producer), Lizzie Boys (Summer), Matthew Nelson-Mahood (Jason), Gabe LaBelle (Colin), and Valerie Tian (Lisa) join Mike and Dustin to chat about, and commentate …
 
Week three of our October Fright Fest Spooktacular sees Mike and Dustin discussing the 1995 dark fantasy teen thriller, Eko Eko Azarak: Wizard of Darkness. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby Pickett) "Eko Eko Azarak: Wizard of Darkness [Soundtrack Suite]" (Mikiya Katakura) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for free: itun…
 
FYC returns for its annual October Fright Fest Spooktacular featuring hosts, Dustin Friesenhan and Mike Jozic, discussing the 2000 straight-to-video Takashi Shimizu film that launched the popular horror franchise, Ju-On: The Curse. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby Pickett), "Ju-On Theme" (Gary Ashiya) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our P…
 
FYC goes In Conversation once again with filmmaker, artist, musician, and friend of the podcast, Peter Ricq! Peter joins Mike and Dustin on the podcast to discuss his 2017 indie zombie film, Dead Shack, as well as his graphic novel projects, Once Our Land and King's Vengeance, and shares some of his favourite quarantine movie picks. Music: "Dead Sh…
 
On the latest installment of the podcast, Mike and Dustin take a look at the Roger Ebert penned, Russ Meyer directed, 1970 gonzo exploitation satire, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. Music: "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls" (Stu Phillips), "The Long Run" (Stu Phillips, Lynn Carey, Barbara Robinson) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Pa…
 
On this installment of the podcast Dustin and Mike discuss, Dead Shack, a small indie horror movie from Canadian writer/director, Peter Ricq, that definitely deserves more attention than it has gotten since being released into the world back in 2017. Music: "Do for Me (feat. Dear Rouge)" (Humans) and "Dead Shack - Album Mix" (Humans) Dead Shack Off…
 
On the latest episode of the show, Mike and Dustin spotlight the 1924 Buster Keaton silent comedy classic, Sherlock, Jr. Join us at the roundtable to hear what we think of the movie and whether we think it ranks as one of the greatest films of all time. Music: Vintage Score Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for fre…
 
Check out the latest episode of the podcast as Mike and Dustin return for a new discussion on the 2001 Ben Stiller fashion comedy, Zoolander. and welcome guest, Billy Seguire, to the roundtable. Hear our really really really really good sounding conversation around whether or not we feel Zoolander is a masterpiece or a museum piece. Music: "Relax" …
 
In the spotlight on the latest edition of the podcast is George A. Romero's 1978 zombie classic, Dawn of the Dead. Will Dustin and Mike find the movie to be worthy of masterpiece or museum piece status? Check out the roundtable discussion to find out. Music: "Intro & Studio Breakdown" and "La caccia" (Goblin) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitte…
 
On this episode of In Case You Were Considering... Dustin takes aim at The Twilight Saga, it's problematic depictions of abusive relationships as ideal, and Japanese harem porn. Music: "Wrong Turn" (www.purple-planet.com) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for free: itunes Stitcher…
 
Halloween may be over but we have one more Spooktacular episode left to complete our celebration for 2019. This time at the roundtable, Mike and Dustin talk about the 1932 Universal Monsters classic, The Mummy, and try to convince you of the greatness of its 2017 Alex Kurtzman reimagining, The Mummy. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris" Pickett & t…
 
It's week three of our October Halloween Fright Fest Spooktacular and Dustin and Mike take to the roundtable to discuss James Whale's 1931 Universal Monster classic, Frankenstein, and Paul McGuigan and Max Landis' 2015 riff on Shelley's characters, Victor Frankenstein. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris" Pickett & the Crypt Kickers) "Prometheus As…
 
In the second installment of our 2019 October Fright Fest Spooktacular, Mike and Dustin continue their roundtable look at the Universal Monsters franchise of films with a discussion of 1941's The Wolf Man and its 2010 remake, The Wolfman. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobby "Boris" Pickett & the Crypt Kickers) "Wolf Suite Pt 1" (Danny Elfman) Like us on F…
 
October means it's time for another Fright Fest Spooktacular on the podcast and the 2019 edition brings you Mike and Dustin discussing some of Universal's original monster films and what they have done with those properties since. Kicking off the season is 1931's Dracula and its most recent update, 2014's Dracula Untold. Music: "Monster Mash" (Bobb…
 
Mike and Dustin tackle the mystery of The Blair Witch Project on this week's roundtable discussion. Tune in to the podcast to find out if the found footage film that popularized a whole sub-genre of horror is determined to be a masterpiece or a museum piece of cinema. Music: "Blair Witch Theme" and "The Cellar" (Antonio Cora) Like us on Facebook Fo…
 
On this week's episode of the podcast your hosts, Mike Jozic and Dustin Friesenhan, take to the roundtable to discuss Mathieu Kassovitz' highly stylized black and white drama, La Haine. Music: "Burning and Looting" (Bob Marley and the Wailers) "Nique La Police" (Cut Killer) Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for fre…
 
We're back! The long silence has been broken as Dustin and Mike return to the podcast and the roundtable to discuss a classic of the silent era (no, the irony is not lost on us), Paul Leni's 1928 film, The Man Who Laughs. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe for free: itunes Stitcher…
 
On this installment of the podcast we finally bring the Lord of the Rings trilogy analysis to a close as we discuss Peter Jackson's concluding chapter of the saga, The Return of the King. Helping out with this monumental task, we also welcome back guest commentator, Cat McDonald, to the roundtable. Cat was right there with us breaking things down f…
 
Our Summer of '89 series comes to an end with a podcast about the biggest success of that year, Tim Burton's landmark gothic super-hero adventure, Batman! Check out the episode to hear Mike and Dustin relate their first encounters with the movie and how they feel about it 30 years on. Music: "Main Title" and "Waltz to the Death" (Danny Elfman) Batd…
 
The Summer of '89 continues on the podcast with Dustin and Mike bringing Ghostbusters 2 to the roundtable for a full-on discussion of its pros and cons, whether or not they think it holds up 30 years on, and play with a little head canon while they're at it. Music: Ghostbusters (Ray Parker, Jr.) On Our Own (Bobby Brown) Like us on Facebook Follow u…
 
On this installment of our Summer of '89 series we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier with Dustin and Mike taking a deep dive on the film and discuss its strengths and weaknesses, and why God might need a starship, at the roundtable. Music: "Main Title/The Mountain" and "A Busy Man" (Jerry Goldsmith) Like us on Facebo…
 
Join Mike and Dustin as they revisit the Summer of '89 over four weeks and four films that were a large part of that unforgettable season of movies. The first week of our summer series kicks off with our roundtable discussion of Steven Spielberg's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the much beloved third installment of the Indy series of films. Mu…
 
On this episode of the podcast your intrepid hosts, Dustin and Mike, take a deep dive on another comedy in the form of Mike Judge's 2006 sci-fi/satire, Idiocracy. The film got a lot of mixed reactions on its release and it's safe to say that our roundtable reaction wasn't much different. Tune in to hear if Idiocracy will get crowned a masterpiece o…
 
Zack Snyder's Watchmen has drawn a lot of praise and criticism since its release in 2009 and for its tenth anniversary we are taking it to the roundtable to discuss whether the film holds up ten years on. Has it gotten better or worse with time, Mike and Dustin endeavour to answer this question with the help of guest commentator, Eric Nash of the W…
 
Steven Soderbergh's 2002 adaptation of Stanislaw Lem's sci-fi classic, Solaris, gets the roundtable treatment on this week's episode of the podcast. Check out Dustin and Mike's discussion of the film to find out if they grant the film masterpiece status or designate it a museum piece. Music: "Is That What Everybody Wants" and "Will She Come Back" (…
 
Lars von Trier's unsurprisingly controversial 2009 drama/thriller, Antichrist, is the film up for discussion at the roundtable on this episode of the podcast. Will Mike and Dustin vote the film as a masterpiece or a museum piece? You'll have to check out the episode to find out. Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Join our Patreon Subscribe fo…
 
On the latest episode of the podcast, we celebrate an anniversary of sorts for the cult-classic Coen Brothers film, The Big Lebowski. Mike and Dustin take to the roundtable to discuss in the parlance of our times this tale of greed, destiny, and mistaken identities. Music: "The Man In Me" (Bob Dylan), "Technopop" (Carter Burwell), & "Hotel Californ…
 
It's up, up, and away on the latest episode of the podcast as Dustin and Mike take to the roundtable to discuss Richard Donner's 1978 super-hero classic, Superman: The Movie. Will the man of steel be able to withstand our analysis of the film and emerge as a masterpiece or will will it, like kryptonite, bring the man of tomorrow down to be counted …
 
On this episode Dustin and Mike discuss the 2011 prequel (or is it remake?) of John Carpenter's The Thing, The Thing. Our coverage of Carpenter's film is, by far, our single most popular episode to date so we thought that an analysis of van Heijningen and Heisserer's film at the roundtable was the best possible way to celebrate that. Add to that th…
 
Dustin and Mike return for another episode of the podcast to discuss the controversial, and much loved, 1971 satirical and violent Kubrick classic, A Clockwork Orange. Over the course of the roundtable chat we will evaluate the film's overall merit, its measure as a successful adaptation, and how well it stands in comparison to the book it was base…
 
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