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Satisfy your celluloid addiction with the "Cinema Junkie" podcast, where you can mainline film 24/7. This film and entertainment series is run by KPBS Film Critic Beth Accomando. So if you need a film fix, want to hear what filmmakers have to say about their work, or just want to know what's worth seeing this weekend, then you've come to the right place.
 
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To close out Black History Month I will be speaking with Caroline Collins, a post doctoral fellow in the department of Communication at UC San Diego, about films that look to Black people and a sense of place. We discuss films such as "Daughters of the Dust," "Eve’s Bayou," "Get Out," "Sorry To Bother You," "Last Black Man in San Francisco," and "B…
 
James and Nick Britt (@campbelldropout) talk about their favorite first-watches from the year 2020, awards style. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts / Stitcher Radio / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Amazon Podcasts CREDITS Talking Heads: host: James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) guest: Nick Britt (@campbelldropout) Shamely MC: Eric Jones (@deacon05oc) Musi…
 
My celebration of Black History Month continues with Part Two of my interview with David F. Walker, author of the new graphic novel "The Black Panther Party." We finish our discussion about the Black Panthers with a focus on their social programs and how the FBI infiltrated the organization from its very beginning in order to bring it down. This le…
 
For Black History Month I am dedicating a two-part podcast to the Black Panthers and speaking with author David F. Walker ("Bitter Root," "Shaft," "The Life of Frederick Douglas") about his new graphic novel "The Black Panther Party." In Part One, we discuss what inspired the book, about historical context (including the Kerner Commission Report), …
 
James and Nora Fiore (@NitrateDiva) talk the tenets of Film Noir and share their favorite first-time watches from Noirvember 2020. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts / Stitcher Radio / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Amazon Podcasts CREDITS Talking Heads: host: James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) guest: Nora Fiore (@NitrateDiva) Not Fred MacMurray: Eric Jon…
 
Annie Jung discusses her first viewing of IT'S A WONDERFUL LIFE. Bonus! Colleen Fiore, aka Fussy Film, relays how the 1946 movie played to her classroom full of high school students. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts / Stitcher Radio / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Amazon Podcasts CREDITS Talking Heads: host: James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) guest: An…
 
The final episode in Cinema Junkie's Giving Thanks to Film Editors trilogy. This time I speak with Oscar-nominated film editor Paul Machliss. He has had a wildly creative and innovative partnership with director Edgar Wright on films such as "Baby Driver" and "Scott Pilgrim Vs. the World." He talks about having to edit on the set for "Baby Driver" …
 
On the last episode of Cinema Junkie I kicked off a trio of podcasts that give thanks to film editors. I started with an interview with Tatiana S Riegel, the Oscar-nominated film editor of "I, Tonya." Now I speak with Stephen Mirrione who has worked repeatedly with Steven Soderbergh and Alejandro Gonzales Innaritu, and won an Oscar for his editing …
 
Join me in a three-part tribute to film editors. Most people can name a film's director and maybe even its writer, cinematographer or composer but far fewer can name editors. But film editors can alter performances, determine pace, and affect cinematic storytelling in so many ways. To kick off this three-part series is Tatiana S. Riegel, Oscar-nomi…
 
This episode of Cinema Junkie serves up a Halloween Double Dare, playwright Michael Mizerany and I dare you to listen to a pair of his one-act horror plays. So turn out the lights, put on some headphones and enjoy an audio treat while sheltering at home this Halloween.Please note the plays contain explicit language and mature content."Johnny and Ba…
 
Film critic for KPBS San Diego and host of the Cinema Junkie podcast, Beth Accomando, talks about Zombies and Not Zombies for our Halloween 2020 horror special. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts / Stitcher Radio / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Amazon Podcasts CREDITS Talking Heads: James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) Beth Accomando (@cinebeth) Music Cont…
 
San Diego Asian Film Festival's artistic director Brian Hu gives Cinema Junkie a preview of the most exciting films from Johnnie To's new boxing romance to Lav Diaz' epic Philippine melodrama to zombies in the Taiwan parliament. Festival runs Oct. 23 through 31 with Mystery Kung Fu Theater streaming live on Twitch!…
 
Marketing Manager for Netflix DVD, Annie Jung, helps James ring in a new era in Cinema Shame and shares her three handshake/comfort films. James presents three of his own and attempts thematic relations because double features! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts / Stitcher Radio / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Amazon Podcasts CREDITS Talking Heads: James Da…
 
Can films help us remember history so that we don't repeat it? That's the question Cinema Junkie poses to Kimber Quinney, professor of history at Cal State San Marcos, and Antonio Iannotta, artistic director of the San Diego Italian Film Festival. We look at the rise of fascism in Italy in the 1920s, 30s and 40s to see what lessons we might be able…
 
As the real world feels scarier each day with a pandemic in full swing, police brutality and people just behaving badly filling social media, and a president fanning the flames of hate and unrest, the horror genre has had to adjust. This year's Horrible Imaginings Film Festival has had to move online for its annual showcase of horror, sci-fi and fa…
 
Get a first look, I mean, listen, to Troma Entertainment's latest film "#Shakespeare's Sh--storm." Troma founder Lloyd Kaufman talks with me about finally being old enough to play Prospero in his 100% Troma-tized adaptation of the Bard's "The Tempest." We also talk about being kicked off YouTube, starting a streaming channel, and surviving more tha…
 
As if the zombies knew a real pandemic was heading our way, there was a surge of undead films in 2019 with more than a dozen infecting cinemas. So as we deal with a real pandemic Cinema Junkie gets its annual check up with the Doctor of the Dead, Arnold T. Blumberg, whose diagnosis is that COVID is ruining the fun of the zombie apocalypse by giving…
 
Everything you need to know you can learn from zombies. Author Max Brooks pretty much laid out a lot of what we're been dealing with during this coronavirus pandemic in his novel "World War Z" that came out in 2006. He will have a virtual panel at this year's Comic-Con@Home called "Zombies and Coronavirus: Planning for the Next Big Outbreak." Brook…
 
While in quarantine I discovered the Apple TV show "Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet" created by "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia's" Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Megan Ganz. The show debuted in February but had a bonus quarantine episode released at the end of May. So for this podcast I wanted to look to the gaming world and creating a show about…
 
David F. Walker, author of the upcoming "The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel," talks more about the research he's done for his book and I have my full interview with a member of the San Diego Original Black Panther Party, Henry Lee Wallace V. So I stray off the film path for this bonus or perhaps it's better titled a companion podcast to Black…
 
David F. Walker (writer of "Shaft" and "Luke Cage" comics, and graphic novels on Frederick Douglas and The Black Panther Party) picks some Black films that matter to provide context for today's protests. We discuss the controversial 1973 film "The Spook Who Sat By The Door" that United Artists pulled from release; Melvin Van Peebles' "The Watermelo…
 
This month and into July Shudder is hosting the Etheria Film Festival, a showcase of genre shorts by women filmmakers, and a Queer Horror Collection featuring the new documentary "Scream Queen! My Nightmare on Elm Street." I will highlight the best of Etheria and then speak with filmmakers Tyler Jensen and Roman Chimienti about making "Scream Queen…
 
Cinema Junkie has been exploring escapist films to distract you from our current coronavirus pandemic but as parts of the country and some businesses start to reopen I decided it was time to explore some unconventional pandemic films that raise issues beyond just the virus itself. I will be speaking with neuroscientist and emotion researcher Eric L…
 
Film writer and host of the Tomb of Ideas podcast, Trey Lawson, presents his final Quarantine Comfort film, Godzilla vs. Gigan (1972) and host James Patrick pairs it with one of his own for a Happy Time Double Feature. Subscribe on iTunes / Stitcher Radio / Spotify CREDITS: Talking Heads: James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) Trey Lawson (@T_Lawson…
 
Film writer and host of the Tomb of Ideas podcast, Trey Lawson, presents his Quarantine Comfort film, The Band Wagon (1953) and host James Patrick pairs it with one of his own for a Happy Time Double Feature. Subscribe on iTunes / Stitcher Radio / Spotify CREDITS: Talking Heads: James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) Trey Lawson (@T_Lawson) Music Co…
 
Write, blogger, and classic film enthusiast Will McKinley will be your guide to becoming a more adventuresome digital explorer as you navigate the quarantine landscape. He suggest skip the entertainment fast food and pick more nourishing options from the digital buffet. We'll discuss everything from free services to boutique streaming services to b…
 
Film writer and host of the Tomb of Ideas podcast, Trey Lawson, presents his Quarantine Comfort Film, The Shadow (1994) and host James Patrick pairs it with one of his own for a Happy Time Double Feature. Subscribe on iTunes / Stitcher Radio / Spotify CREDITS: Talking Heads: James David Patrick (@007hertzrumble) Trey Lawson (@T_Lawson) Music Contai…
 
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