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With millions of downloads and a five star rating, Ibiza Sessions by Jack Eye Jones is one podcast you can't live without. These tracks might be familiar to you, as Jack has track support from everyone including Tiësto, Avicii, W&W, R3hab & David Guetta. First play of these tracks, as always, is here on Ibiza Sessions. Turn It Up... Open Your Windows....And Let Your Neighbours Know... Who The Fu@k You Are. #MyNeighboursKnow Follow Jack Eye Jones twitter.com/jackeyejones Click Subscribe and r ...
 
Each week friends Mike and Charlie have Randy (the random number generator) select a film for them to watch from the Criterion Collection. Then they discuss and review it for your listening pleasure. It’s a podcast about the love of film, expanding horizons, painstakingly cataloging the duration of every long take, and friendship.
 
Rock 'n' roll all night ... and party once a week! Hosted by Pat Francis, Rock Solid is the comedy/music podcast that brings you music “both new and classic," plus lots of laughs and musical guests. Joining the fun are Producer Kyle Dodson and Pat’s hilarious rotating Co-Hosts: April Richardson, Mike Siegel, Christy Stratton and Murray Valeriano.
 
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Things aren’t quite what they seem in the old childhood home of recently married ace reporter Mortimer Brewster’s (Cary Grant) old house over in Brooklyn. It turns out that his sweet spinster aunts have been poisoning lonely old men and burying them in the basement. Frank Capra’s cherished adaptation of the hit stage comedy set the tenor for the gh…
 
A Marlon Brando western? Directed by… [checks notes]… Marlon Brando?!! Get ready for a wild ride of betrayal, passion, quick-draw dive-jumps, a fair amount of mumbling dialogue, and a whole lot of handsome. But enough about us, let’s talk about the movie… If you’d like to watch ahead for next week’s film, we will be discussing and reviewing Frank C…
 
How many times do you think that Mike will bring up Serge Gainsbourg in an episode about a movie that has nothing to do with him? The answer is one more than the amount of times that Charlie all-too-casually mentions second-wave feminism. This must mean that we are watching Brigitte Bardot's breakthrough starring vehicle about love, lust, freedom, …
 
Dudley Murphy’s adaptation of this Eugene O’Neill picaresque play follows the tumultuous rise of Pullman porter Brutus Jones, played by the peerless Paul Robeson. We are taken through musically-punctuated examples of the early twentieth-century African American experience until Jones’ ambition and hubris drive him to become the despot of a Caribbea…
 
On this week's episode, [needle drop: classic Motown song about hanging out with friends] your hosts settle in with couple of old college friends (Shelley and Max of The Spirit Guides Podcast) in a big house for a couple of days to [needle drop: classic light acid rock song about recording a podcast] watch Lawrence Kasdan's star-studded film and [n…
 
Imagine a time in history where a film about a man losing his job - a job that defines him, giving him pride and respect in his community - explores the desperation and humiliation of demotion but it doesn’t end in a bloodbath. Different times. Not that F.W. Murnau’s proto-Brazil silent film pulls any punches. If you’d like to watch ahead for next …
 
The Hawk is on the loose! Michael Lehmann’s heist-oriented comic action movie is a widely panned example of true 1990s Hollywood excess. But, what if the hosts of a podcast based on the sophisticated films of the Criterion Collection actually…love the movie? Look, while this episode begins on the premise of an Aprils Fool’s joke, the tone immediate…
 
We hope that you’re hungry for this week’s episode because we’re watching Juzo Itami’s great cinematic love letter to ramen. Even more than that, this fantastical narrative jumps between a dizzying array of comic vignettes exploring all things food. It’s a feast of good food, bad food, good manners, bad manners, high cuisine, and road side grub. If…
 
It goes without saying that this is a big one for us. Akira Kurosawa’s classic tale of peasants-seek-samurai/samurai-get-crew-together/samurai-kill-bandits is both a highly influential titan in 20th-century cinema and perhaps one of the most defining films of the Criterion Collection. But will our episode attain similar lofty heights among movie po…
 
This year, Mike has selected Lawerence Kasdan’s star-studded, rollicking western update as his “gift” for the birthday boy Charlie. Why? That’s still a little unclear, but your hosts are still delighted by this crowd-pleasing action/western. So gear up with your pearl-handled colt, fancy 2-gun rig, derringer, boot knife, or a Henry rifle for each h…
 
We’ve come stumbling out of the desert to share a pretty big episode this week - well, at least its a big one for your two hosts - as we dive back into the landscapes of Wim Wenders in one of his many great meditations on manhood, families, and America. And Harry Dean Stanton give a largely silent, but career-defining performance. If you’d like to …
 
Delmer Daves‘ all-time classic follows a struggling rancher (Van Heflin) who is recruited to transport a dangerous prisoner (Glenn Ford) to a train station, while being tracked by a violent gang of bandits. But, since it’s a 1950s western, what this movie actually is more of a rumination on what it means to be a man. Turns out that punctuality is p…
 
Take a deep breath and get ready for the break-neck paced day in the life of ace reporter Hildy Johnson (Rosalind Russell) and her conniving editor/ex-husband Walter Burns (Cary Grant) as love, life, and breaking the story are all on the line. If you’d like to watch ahead for next week’s film, we will be discussing and reviewing Delmer Daves’ 3:10 …
 
We return to the films of Nagisa Ōshima with a surprising erotic/crime thriller/ghost story set in… 19th-century Japan? Sounds pretty awesome, right? Well, guess what? (It is.) If you’d like to watch ahead for next week’s film, we will be discussing and reviewing Irvin Yeaworth’s The Blob (1958).By Mike Noyes & Charlie Peterson
 
What happens when the high-art/low-art contemporary artist Takashi Murakami tackles the high-art/low-art film genre of…outcast kid moves to a new town but then find a magical creature who he fights against other kids in formulaic Pokémon-esque battles in order to discover the true meaning of friendship? Well, it turns out you kind of get a film usi…
 
Following last week's randomly-selected film, we are surprised that Randy has chosen for us another French absurdist comedy addressing the arbitrary and hypocritical nature of social standards of forbidden behavior. However this time we're given s somewhat more conventional comedic approach with Sasha Guitry's examination of spousal murder and the …
 
We're heading back into the biting, social satire of Luis Buñuel with this absurdist comedy Phantom of Liberty. One scene blends into the next in this near-stream-of-consciousness dream-state that confronts the arbitrary standards of propriety that govern so-called polite society. If you'd like to watch ahead for next week's film, we will be discus…
 
Are you ready for a tight, psychosexual thriller? Well instead, how about a movie that everyone claims to be one of those while it's really mostly a swinging 60s freak-out set in London? Really though, Michelangelo Antonioni's film is more about the power and violence of capturing life and illusions on film. Do you want to watch that movie? What if…
 
Want to listen to two straight guys stumble their way through a reading of Pedro Almodóvar’s classic film about a group of strong-willed Spanish women dealing with heartbreak, repression, insanity, and the harboring of terrorists… but it’s like, funny? This might not sound like a good sell, but we sure had fun. If you’d like to watch ahead for next…
 
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