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With a wealth of musicals, westerns, sci-fi films, epics, comedies, character dramas and samurai movies, the 1950s was an exciting time for cinema. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Hitchcock, Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick and more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we ...
 
Go behind the scenes of Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman with this official companion podcast from Netflix. Hosted by comedian and The Irishman co-star Sebastian Maniscalco (“Crazy Joe” Gallo), this three-part series features interviews with cast and crew, including Martin Scorsese, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. Hear the story of Frank “The Irishman” Sheeran from the man he chose to tell it—and how Scorsese and De Niro fought for years to bring that story to the screen. Plus, learn ...
 
Dispatch from the Zombie Apocalypse provides a space to reckon with our demons, call out our enemies, and work together to build a better society. DZA is 100% fact-based and firmly grounded in the reality-based community; it rejects "post-truth" politics and holds everyone to account. Each episode contains suggested antidotes, as the purpose of this show is social change, not simply intellectual discourse. *DZA's host is Dr. Jason Scorse, who holds a PhD in Environmental Economics with a min ...
 
The Kitchen Sisters Present… Stories from the b-side of history. Lost recordings, hidden worlds, people possessed by a sound, a vision, a mission. The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music. From powerhouse producers The Kitchen Sisters (Hidden Kitchens, The Hidden World of Girls, The Sonic Memorial Project, Lost & Found Sound, Fugitive Waves and coming soon… The Keepers). "The Kitchen Sisters have done some of best radio stories ever broadcast ...
 
Every Best Picture nominee of the 21st century. Join Mike and Brian as they reevaluate the films and Academy Awards of the past, talk trivia and top fives, and address the big question: "Would you keep or kick the Academy's picks for Best Picture?" All that and more on Best Picture This -- where it's always Oscar season!
 
Hey, how you doin'? We are Ron Richards, Josh Flanagan, and Conor Kilpatrick, and we are the hosts of Goodfellas Minute, the only podcast that analyzes the Martin Scorcese film Goodfellas one glorious minute at a time. New episode of our show comes out every weekday, Monday through Friday. For around 15 minutes we discuss, analyze, pick apart, lavish praise upon, and makes jokes about one minute of one of the greatest gangster films of all time. Plus we delve into the real story behind the f ...
 
The regular movie and television discussion podcast from the writers at Film89.co.uk. Each episode we’ll discuss in-depth a different topic relating to film and television. We give in-depth reviews of the latest films as well as detailed retrospectives of older, classic films as well as audio commentaries. We also regularly give the rundown of our favourite films/shows in different categories and answer your listener questions.
 
Co-hosts Emmet and John plumb the depths of history, culture, and philosophy to understand why it is that despite calamities and rapid change nothing feels possible anymore. Guests include artists, scholars, and thinkers from all over the world. Subscribe to our Patreon to receive 2 extra exclusive episodes a month: https://www.patreon.com/exhaust
 
Revealing, intimate conversations with visionaries and leaders in the arts, science, technology, public service, sports and business. These engaging personal stories are drawn from interviews with the American Academy of Achievement, and offer insights you’ll want to apply to your own life.
 
The Film Knobs is a broad movie discussion podcast hosted by Chase, Ashton, and Bohden, three idiots who have no right whatsoever speaking critically about movies but still try to anyway. Come listen to us make a concerted effort each week to ruin our friendships. https://twitter.com/TheFilmKnobs
 
Welcome to the Brief Biographies of Famous People podcast hosted by Ajay. Our show discusses the lives of famous people at the top of their respective professions, whether it be acting, architecture, or everything else. You are invited biweekly on the weekends to join us and enlighten yourself. Release Schedule Ray Kroc on 4/17/21 Doc Holliday on 5/1/21 Martin Scorsese on 5/15/21 Jack Nicholson on 5/29/21 Disclaimer: This podcast will take a break after May 2021, and will return in September ...
 
Have you ever thought about how Nature does such incredible work? In natural ecosystems, there is no waste, and everything is connected. Why didn’t businesses apply similar methods like nature in their processes? Imagine, if it would be a reality, then sustainability wouldn’t be a question anymore. In this podcast, I conducted interviews with entrepreneurs who shaped their businesses based on sustainability or the Blue Economy book written by Gunter Pauli and with researchers, professionals ...
 
This podcast will look at the films that fall between the cracks, or in this case the blockbusters and fancy dancy indies! Whether they rock or suck will be up in the air, but that's adventure for you. So journey with me for those non-talked about gems. Oh, and I cover TV sometimes.
 
Movie Musing is a film podcast for discussing and debating current and classic cinema (and sometimes TV). Co-hosts Quentin, Demetrios, & Matt hope to share some knowledge of film and to find people with unique perspectives- this way we can learn more about the world of movies and what movies can tell us about the real world. The analysis is clean but not always conventional.
 
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.
 
The "virtual lounge" is open and hosts Ty Ray and Nick Gelso welcome you inside for a "happy hour" for the mind. This weekly pop culture cocktail features some of the biggest names in entertainment and culinary arts. Whether you like music, movies, tv, comedy, food, and more Beats & Eats offers an incredible menu of tasty topics presented in unpredictable style and flair by its award winning hosts. You can also find B&E on all social media outlets. Be sure to 'circle' them on Google+ to be i ...
 
To experience the "essential, eccentric south" real & raw go to http://www.twistedsouth.com The radio version of Twisted South Magazine, hosted weekly by a variety of special guests sometimes including Twisted South owner/CEO, Zeke Loftin and other Twisted South staff members.Visit with interesting musical guests and some of the wildest characters in the South and beyond. The show is known for its bizarre and famous call in guests and breaking all the rules of radio and producing hilarious o ...
 
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This week, Eric is joined by guest Ben Tiede and the pair conclude their look at the filmography of Martin Scorsese with a discussion of the films Silence and The Irishman. Thank you for listening and join Eric and returning guest Shawn Pryor as they begin a quick two-episode discussion on some Anime films beginning with a discussion of the film Re…
 
This week at the Silver Screen Video we will be discussing the religious trilogy of living legend Martin Scorsese. This is our first installment of lesser known Scorsese films. Make sure you guys let us know your thoughts and what your favorite one is. See Patreon below. Thanks for stopping by. $3 Tier- Access to Silver Small Screen Video and Silve…
 
The crew is going on a short break so they made sure to load episode 131 with a ton of great content you aren’t gonna want to miss. Porn is discussed many times throughout the episode leading to the question who exactly is the Martin Scorsese of porn? Support the boys and get naughty by joining our Premium subscription! Chris drops a what if that l…
 
Alex and Fox (a return guest) from Space Commune join Emmet to talk about their new documentary--Consumerism: Can We Buy a Better World? What Happens When a Buffet Buys Your Town? by Sean Cooper Join our Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month! Bibliography. Twitter. Closing Song: "Summer of Hate" by Chemlab…
 
John Steinbeck called it the “Mother Road.” Songwriter Bobby Troup described it as the route to get your kicks on. And Mickey Mantle said, “If it hadn’t been for Highway 66 I never would have been a Yankee.” For the Dust Bowl refugees of the 1930s, for the thousands who migrated after World War II, and for the generations of tourists and vacationer…
 
We fucked up. We had an audio malfunction with episode 133, its cursed and we are skipping it. But, we do have a dope Story Time episode about DEADLY BALLOONS! If you're not familiar with Story Time, its basically Drunk History with a slight Cup to Cup spin. This drunk story is about deadly balloons in Cleveland, Ohio that happened back in the 80s.…
 
Like most genre movies, comedies tend to get little love during award season, and the subject of this week's Patron's Choice bonus episode -- "Drowning Mona" (2000) -- is no different, boasting 0 nominations and a measly 29% on Rotten Tomatoes. But what does that really mean for these movies, especially when a negative critical consensus clashes wi…
 
Episode 69 of The Film ‘89 Podcast is one that we’ve been eagerly waiting to bring you since the podcast began. 45 years ago, director Martin Scorsese and writer Paul Schrader brought to the big screen a film that would epitomise that particular decade’s penchant for gritty and often unflinchingly bleak looks at society’s grimy underbelly. The film…
 
This week Sonny is joined by John Mass, Executive Vice President of Content Partners, LLC, to talk about the business of acquiring intellectual property and figuring out how to make the business side of show business work. We had a great chat about the future of streaming, the shifting world of windows, and the (potentially limited) future of physi…
 
This week, Eric and returning guest Shawn Pryor begin a two-part discussion on some Anime films and we begin with the film Redline Thank you for listening and join Eric and Shawn next week when they discuss the film The Boy and the Beast. Plain Label Podcast Amazon Wish-List! Twitter: @EricWilliams79 @PlainLabelPod Instagram: PlainLabelPodcast…
 
Special: The Cinematography Podcast- War Stories Vol. 7In our seventh War Stories Special, we feature eleven guest's harrowing, hilarious, heartbreaking or heartwarming stories they had while on set, or a formative career experience that led them to the film industry.Find full interviews with each of our featured guests in our archives!Both cinemat…
 
Emmet sits down with Micah Meadowcroft, an editor at The American Conservative, to talk about some of his recent writing, a view of the right from the right, what conservatism should mean, ending America's imperial posture, and much more. "We Are Going to Win" by Micah Meadowcroft "Roman Rhetoric And Florentine Politics: A Reply To Yarvin" by Micah…
 
Space Jam: A New Legacy (2021) and Gunpowder Milkshake (2021). Plus: Black Sunday (1977), American Psycho (2000), The Boys in the Band (1970), Alex in Wonderland (1970), and 8½ (1963). This episode is sponsored by FNX Fitness (Use the Discount Code: fourseasonsoffilm and receive 15% off your order). Podcast App: https://playpodca.st/fourseasons Spo…
 
The boys are back from vacation and they brought a guest with them to kick start everything back up! Host of “The Trophy Wife Life” and “The Dirty Little Secrets Club” podcasts, Dayna joined the show brought with her some some spicy secrets. Dayna takes a shot at Florida Man and shares hilarious stories from her show. We bust open some voice nugget…
 
Ryan and Ty get back on the Tarantino train again this week with his latest film, and the one his brand new novel that just came out is based on, Once Upon a Time... In Hollywood. This was a fun discussion ranging from asking what the point was, to the violence, to just why this film works so well. Contact us at rollitpodcast@gmail.com or follow us…
 
These three writers used the power of their pens to expose and explore man's inhumanity to man. You'll hear the presentations they gave at the Academy of Achievement's International Summits. South African novelist and anti-Apartheid activist Nadine Gordimer was the author of "Burger's Daughter" and "July's People", and she received the 1991 Nobel P…
 
Director Sophia Coppola's sophomore release, the moody "Lost in Translation," starring Bill Murray, is a rumination on ennui. But it's funny. And it's romantic. So it's a rom-com ... right? In this episode, Mike and Brian explore the choices that make this movie so hard to categorize. They question what can be learned from the empathy we extend to …
 
John and I are back with another canon ep by request. This one's about one of our favorite short stories. We talk through the story, then ruminate on the connections between O'Connor and McCarthy, and then close with a meditation on life in flyover country. This is a teaser. Subscribe to hear the rest! You can read it here: https://repositorio.ufsc…
 
This week on The Bulwark Goes to Hollywood, Sonny talks to the Los Angeles Times’s Ryan Faughnder about arr-poo (that is, RPU, or revenue per user) and how such calculations figure into the value of a subscriber, as well as all sorts of other topics. Make sure to subscribe to Ryan’s newsletter (it’s free!) if you’re into the whole “business of Holl…
 
We're coming back in full force Tuesday the 20th from our mini vacations, well not Kevin, he insists it was not a vacation for him... We're also going to start adding some "bloopers" at the end of each episode. (If there are any) So now you have to listen to the wrap up! Special updates! We'll have a guest when we come back and we promise you'll lo…
 
This week at the Silver Screen Video we have our first second edition to a director. We will be discussing three more films from the enigma director Alfred Hitchcock. We talk about his legacy as an artist and more. Make sure you guys let us know your thoughts on his films and what your favorite one is. See Patreon below. Thanks for stopping by. $3 …
 
In the Season 2 premier the guys talk about the old school Snick lineup from the 90's The guys share their favorite memories Clarissa Explains it All Ren And Stimpy Are You Afraid of The Dark Roundhouse Share and Subscribe. New episodes every Wednesday. Thanks to all of our loyal and new listeners. If you like what you hear please feel free to writ…
 
Director of photography Jake Polonsky was a fan of the band Sparks for several years, a love he developed after seeing the band perform at a music festival. Jake had frequently worked with director Edgar Wright, shooting commercials and music videos in the early 2000's, and then as the second unit DP on Wright's movie, The World's End. Both Jake an…
 
Emmet sits down with comic book artist Sterling Bartlett to talk about his comics "How Did We Get Here?" and "Kali, Yuga, Eschaton." They talk about how recycling is a scam, the late-period Matisse to moralizing infographic pipeline, the death of boredom, the age of the filthy casual., and more! Check out Sterling's work: https://www.sterlingbartle…
 
Nate and Andy are back with: Black Widow (2021) and No Sudden Move (2021) Plus: Jaws (1975), Good Will Hunting (1997), Stunt Rock (1978), Two-Lane Blacktop (1971), Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (2008). This episode is sponsored by FNX Fitness (Use the Discount Code: fourseasonsoffilm and receive 15% off your order). Podcast App…
 
Today we’re thinking about Pack Creek Ranch in southern Utah and an incredible archive of material, gathered by river guide and environmental activist Ken Sleight, that was consumed by fire in early June, 2021. The archive held over 50 years of photographs, writings, and correspondence chronicling Ken Sleight’s years of guiding on the Colorado Rive…
 
FSU legend and former NFL wide receiver Marvin “Snoop” Minnis joins the boys and absolutely kills it despite a few technical difficulties. He drops FSU knowledge bombs all over the place and brings you back to the FSU dynasty days. He alters his FSU teams with players from different eras and shows the boys how trivia is done. This is an absolute mu…
 
On the morning of May 6th, 1954, Roger Bannister achieved what most people believed was not humanly possible: he ran a mile in under four minutes. It is considered one of the greatest athletic achievements of all time, alongside Sir Edmund Hillary's ascent of Mt. Everest. Bannister was a medical student at the time. He had already been to the Olymp…
 
Critics loved director Richard Linklater's "The School of Rock," showering it and its star, Jack Black, with praise. It scored a 92% on Rotten Tomatoes. One critic called it "uncut bliss." Yet, it was nominated for 0 Oscars. In this episode, Mike and Brian question whether a "light" comedy could ever win an Academy Award and debate the value of fun…
 
This week, Eric is joined by guest Ben Tiede and the pair continue their look at the filmography of Martin Scorsese with a discussion of the films The Departed and Shutter Island. Thank you for listening and join Eric and Ben next week as they continue their journey through the filmography of Martin Scorsese with a look at the films Hugo and The Wo…
 
On this week’s episode we ask a very important question of The Ankler’s Richard Rushfield: Is Vin Diesel a star? Really, what does it mean to be a star these days anyway? How are the streaming wars shaping up? What’s the deal with Universal’s new pay window? And how beloved is Quentin Tarantino? All this and more on this week’s episode of The Bulwa…
 
As a filmmaker, director of photography Stuart Biddlecombe wants to visually put his ideas on screen, telling stories that he genuinely connects to with true creative collaborators who listen and contribute. When Stuart came aboard to shoot part of season three of The Handmaid's Tale, he knew he was taking on the mantle of what has become an iconic…
 
Canada Mike returns to talk about the theoretical basics of statistical modeling, which turns into a discussion of discourse, democracy, expertise, coercion, and history. Enjoy! Join our Patreon for 2 exclusive episodes a month! Bibliography. Twitter. Closing Song: "Del's Shandy" by White Dad.By Emmet Penney
 
Bo knows. This week on the podcast Ryan and Ty talk about Bo Burnham's newest project - Inside. This was a fun discussion and Burnham definitely delivered some topics, both about him and about what he discusses, to talk about. What do you think of Inside? Write into rollitpodcast@gmail.com and let us know, or follow us and tell us there! Twitter - …
 
Once ranked the 13th best movie of all time by the AFI, director David Lean's "The Bridge on the River Kwai" won seven of its eight Academy Award nominations, including Best Picture, in 1957. In this bonus episode, Mike and Brian discuss the effect that the "classic" label has on how we consume older movies, talk cultural representation in post-WWI…
 
Ahoy!Thanks for stopping by on this very happy 4th of July! Join Clever Eric and Handsome Dan discussing some movie news, some 4th of July movies, and much, much more!As always, like, comment, subscribe, and share! Let us know what you think!Follow us!On Facebook: www.facebook.com/RambleOnAboutMoviesOn YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuhm…
 
In our second to last installment on After Virtue we look at Aristotle's impact and the origins and extension of virtue ethics from Homer to the Middle Ages. This one was a fun deep dive and very in our wheelhouses in different ways. This is a brief teaser. To here the rest subscribe to our Patreon and get two exclusive episodes a month: https://ww…
 
This week, Eric is joined by guest Ben Tiede and the pair continue their look at the filmography of Martin Scorsese with a discussion of the films The Departed and Shutter Island. Thank you for listening and join Eric and Ben next week as they continue their journey through the filmography of Martin Scorsese with a look at the films Hugo and The Wo…
 
This week, Sonny talks to James White, the Head of Restoration at Arrow Films. On this episode, we dive into the tricky nature of rescuing older films and getting them ready for appreciation on Blu-ray and UHD 4K. What is the actual mechanical process of restoring a film like? Beyond getting elements like the original negatives, how does James work…
 
Alice Brooks grew up on Broadway musical theater and movies as a kid, and loves shooting music and dance oriented films and TV shows. Alice has always been in awe of dancers, and though she isn't a dancer herself, she is inspired by their work ethic and loves that she can capture dance with her camera.Working on In The Heights has fulfilled a lifel…
 
This week at the Silver Screen Video we will be discussing three films from legendary director Luis Bunuel. This is our first installment of Bunuel and we'll do a volume two at some point. Make sure you guys let us know your thoughts on his films and what your favorite one is. See Patreon below. Thanks for stopping by. $3 Tier- Access to Silver Sma…
 
Josh Bregman comes back on the pod to talk with Emmet about two movies that came out in the same summer that sought to capture post-crash America: Pain & Gain and Wolf of Wall Street. They talk about what a shitty director Michael Bay is, analyze the main characters of each movie, and try to figure out just why it was so hard to narrativize a finan…
 
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