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Fun City Cinema “As you see, we’re flying over an island. A city. A particular city. And this is a story of a number of people, and a story also of the city itself.”

That’s from the opening voice-over of the 1948 movie The Naked City, which was a very big deal when it was made, because it was a rare studio film that was shot entirely, lock stock and barrel, on the streets of New York City. You see, the American motion picture industry began in New York, at the end of the 19th century – Thomas Edison and other early innovators had their laboratories here, and shot their early films in and around Manhattan. But the movies moved to California in the 1910s, and rarely came back.

Plenty of films were set in New York… but astonishingly few were shot here. Studios constructed fake New Yorks on their Hollywood backlots; maybe, if they couldn’t fake it, they’d shoot a scene or two in New York, or send a crew to shoot exteriors, or use stock footage.

But that all changed with Executive Order No. 10, issued by Mayor John V. Linds
Is It A Bird Is It a Bird is a podcast where a couple watch comic book movies. One of them thinks comic books and the movies based on them are pretty great. The other does not.
A 3-Bean Salad Three friends dissect a piece of Western culture that has been left unexamined for too long; Mr Bean. For reasons we may never fully understand, Robyn Cleaver Redmond, Jack Rudden, and Jack "Butch" Holman have all committed to watching a film from the Bean film trilogy once a week, every week, on a rotation for an entire calendar year in order to fully understand the gravity of Bean's impact.
Hops and Box Office Flops Hops and Box Office Flops is a film podcast dedicated to the underdogs — the disasters, the bombs, the much maligned! So sit back, grab a beer, and enjoy!
Kids, what are we watching tonight? During lock down we watched a lot of films. Then we decided to talk about the films we watched, films we love, classic films, new films, and some movies we didn't like. It's grown arms and legs since then, but It's still just a Dad and two daughters, discussing movies and randomly going off topic. Hope you enjoy it. Andrew, Isla & Nieve

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Hops and Attempted Franchise Flops We tackle flops that tanked budding franchises. Hops and Box Office Flops

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Bill Kelly Bill Kelly talks "Where The Crawdads Sing", working with the legendary Ron Howard, and shares that time he didn't really want to book the part!About Bill Kelly:Originally from Richmond, Kentucky, Bill decided to move to the Sunshine State after graduating from Eastern Kentucky University and has called it home ever since. He began acting professionally in 2011 and has appeared in over 50 television and film projects, including “Hillbilly Elegy”, ABC’s reimagining of “The Wonder Years”, “True Detective”, “Bloodline”, “MacGyver” and “Queen Sugar”.  Bill has shared the screen with numerous award-winning actors including Anne Hathaway, Samuel L. Jackson, Glenn Close, Amy Adams, Mahershala Ali, Mark Wahlberg and others. Alongside acting, Bill has over 39 years of radio broadcast experience working for Clear Channel Radio/iHeart Media. When Bill is not working with some of Hollywood’s premiere talent, you can find him racing go-karts, diving, playing baseball and spending time with his wife Nancy, their three children, Brandon, Nicholas and Greyson and their beloved Labrador Retriever, Rosie!Follow the show on social media!         Instagram: https://instagram.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/         Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfci_podcast         Facebook: http://facebook.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/          Theme Music by Andrew SkrabutenasProducers: Jillian Clare & Susan BernhardtChannel: RealmFor more information, go to thanksforcominginpodcast.com  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Midwest Monsters Episode 216 - Aquatic Horror II: Creature Features - A Roundtable Discussion As Summer wraps up with these dog days of Summer underway, we've got time to get back in the water one more time this year. Join us as we head back to another roundtable discussion on Aquatic horror and this time we are focusing on aquatic creature features! Available now on iTunes, podbean and our blog.
The Night of the Hunter Amy & Paul lean on the everlasting arms of 1955’s expressionist Southern Gothic The Night of the Hunter! They explore the film’s nightmarish imagery, speculate about the complicated writing process, and swap stories of Robert Mitchum’s eccentric reputation. Plus: Who did it better—the Reverend Harry Powell or Radio Raheem? Next week, our Villains series continues with Training Day! You can join the conversation for this series on the Unspooled Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/unspooledpodcast, and on Paul’s Discord at https://discord.gg/ZwtygZGTa6. Learn more about the show at unspooledpod.com, follow us on Twitter @unspooled and Instagram @unspooledpod, and don’t forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify. You can also listen to our Stitcher Premium game show Screen Test right now at https://www.stitcher.com/show/unspooled-screen-test and apply to be a contestant at unspooledpod@gmail.com!
The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946) The screen sizzles with lust and tension as Lana Turner and John Garfield hatch a murder plot. There's no redemption down this dark alley. Paul and Steve discuss what makes "The Postman Always Rings Twice" such an enduring film noir.
Case File 062: The Cable Guy After an unbelievable two-year hot streak where every Jim Carrey movie was doing bang-up business at the box office, The Cable Guy became a sobering reminder that nothing lasts forever. The film was not a bomb by any means, but when compared to the performance of his previous hits, it was unquestionably a major disappointment. And there's no shortage of theories as to why - it was too dark, the marketing campaign was misleading, there was cynicism about Carrey's $20 million payday, etc. So the film has a very interesting reputation and it also represents a key moment in Carrey's career. We wanted to dig into all of that, see how it plays nearly three decades later, and offer up some alternative explanations for the icy reception it initially received. Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify Chris's Instagram & Twitter | Kristen's Instagram Chris & Kristen's Web Series: The Strange Case of Lucy Chandler
Whatcha Watching with Jamie and Bo: Episode 15: Ready for My Closeup Welcome to a brand new episode of Whatcha Watching? with Jamie and Bo! This time around, we talk all kinds of media, from books to television to movies to stage productions. Also, we debate the best horror anthologies. Join us, won’t you?



00:00:00 – 00:04:50 – Jamie: Boardwalk Empire



00:04:51 – 00:13:34 – Bo: The Sandman/Tender is the Flesh (novel)



00:13:35 – 00:18:04 – Jamie: American Horror Stories, “Milkmaids”



00:18:05 – 00:29:24 – Bo: The Field Guide to Evil/Best Horror Anthologies



00:29:25 – 00:32:34 – Jamie: Wait Until Dark



00:32:35 – 00:40:26 – Bo: Minions: The Rise of Gru



00:40:27 – 00:44:20 – Jamie: The Andy Baker Tape



00:44:21 – 00:52:55 – Bo: Extraterrestrial and Alien Movies



00:52:56 – 00:58:09 – Jamie: Hellbender



00:58:10 – 01:05:17 – Bo: To Kill a Mockingbird (stage play)



01:05:18 – End – Jamie: Death Line aka Raw Meat



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134 Alien 1979 It’s the movie that kicked off Sigourney Weaver’s career and launched way too many sequels, toys, video games and even novels. The boys are positively bursting out of their chests to watch Alien. And Kit Nowokunski helps with the summary, because there’s no way they’re going to let George cover this without them. Links You can rate and review us in these places (and more, probably) Does This Still Work? - TV Podcast https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/does-this-still-work-1088105 ‎Does This Still Work? on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/does-this-still-work/id1492570867 Skylab https://www.nytimes.com/1979/07/12/archives/skylab-debris-hits-australian-desert-no-harm-reported-president.html Moon Treaty https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/science.206.4421.915
Good For Her Horror: A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night (2014) In this episode of Good For Her Horror, Tab and Micah discuss Ana Lily Amirpour's Iranian Western vampire film 'A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night' (2014). 
The pair gush about the film's beauty and soundtrack, how the film feels like a 50s Western, and why The Girl is so aspirational. 
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Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) One, two, Freddy's coming for you...Welcome back to MM! In this episode, we discuss the terrifying king of nighttime terror himself - Freddy Krueger - in his debut film Nightmare on Elm Street! Music:Falls - BrennerBlue Chip - Nu AlkemiLinks:Twitter: @monstermadpodInstagram: @monstermadnesspodFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/monstermadnesspodPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/monstermadnessTeepublic: http://tee.pub/lic/zpJgzEGy3QATwitch: https://www.twitch.tv/monstermadnesspodKo-Fi: https://ko-fi.com/monstermadnesspodSource:https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0087800/https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Nightmare_on_Elm_Street
Criterion Reflections – Episode 124 – Ronald Neame’s The Poseidon Adventure Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this episode, David is joined by Richard Doyle and Robert Taylor to discuss The Poseidon Adventure, directed by Ronald Neame. At the time of this recording, the film was streaming on the Criterion Channel in a limited engagement scheduled to end on August 31, 2022.
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Episode 21 - Speak To Me, Bill Lookout Bear is taking us on ANOTHER ADVENTURE! This time in Ireland! That Michael B. Moynahan sure does travel a lot. Paul and Billy are a long for the ride as well, discussing the episode, Speak To Me, Bill.
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Hey Tom it's Mark with Allan Holt-Day Shift, Practical Effects, Angel geekery, and secret Mark Wahlberg voicemails The Boys are joined by practical FX master Allan Holt and Mike geeks all the way out about his work on Angel. They also talk Day Shift and Mike shout's out some short films that friends of the show have produced.

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The Next - Minutes 060-064: Pure Moods The Next Four Karate Kid Minutes
In these minutes, Julie introduces the monks to modern music.
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Psycho (1998) EPISODE 118This episode was recorded before the sad, untimely passing of Anne Heche. RIP.
Episode 29 The Archives : Richard Eyer Steve delves into his archives for this 1980s interview with former child actor Richard Eyer, whose credits include the part of the Genie in "The 7th Voyage of Sinbad," as well as important roles in direction William's Wyler's "Friendly Persuasion" and director Herman Hoffman's "The Invisible Boy."
Pursued (1947) Apologies for the tardiness of this week's episode. Paul and Steve saddle up and take on the western/noir classic, "Pursused," masterfully directed by Raoul Walsh. Starring: Robert Mitchum, Teresa Wright, Judith Anderson, Dean Jagger, Alan Hale, Harry Carey Jr.
On TAXI DRIVER, 1976 | Episode 35 Tom, Evan & Marcus go one fucking hour on their take on Scorsese’s iconic TAXI DRIVER (1976) finding new resonance through its disturbingly prophetic depiction of modern alienation, examining under-discussed creative choices throughout the film, along with a few nitpicks of an otherwise perfect film.
0137: Debrief: Tomorrow Never Dies In this mission debrief for TOMORROW NEVER DIES, we identify the iconic elements we would use to describe it as "the one with", shake the Bond cocktail and pick this film's most potent ingredients, toot the horn for underappreciated elements, round up our favourite trivia tidbits, and give our final top/middle/bottom rankings. 
A deranged media mogul is staging international incidents to pit the worlds' superpowers against each other. Now 007 must take on this evil mastermind in an adrenaline-charged battle to end his reign of terror and prevent global pandemonium!
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White Ladies in Crisis: Candy Episode 1 Gena, Jenn and Joe kick off a new limited series on Hulu's 'Candy', starring Jessica Biel and Melanie Lynskey.
For episode 1 "Friday the 13th," they discuss bad wigs, needing more Lynskey, Joe Bob Briggs, the cultural value of true crime, and an extended tangent on CW shows.
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1943: The Best of Times, the Worst of Times (feat. Munsi Parker-Munroe) 1943... the world's at war, and the film world is reacting, but in ways good and bad. For you see, inside all of us are two wolves: Rick's Café American, and the Stage Door Canteen. And the Academy and Audience fed very different wolves. The Oscars hand the top trophy to Casablanca, about as correct a choice as can be made, while the audience turned out for army fundraiser This is the Army with Ronald Reagan, which our returning guest Munsi Parker-Munroe likens to the US funding Al Qaeda in the 80s: not one of the ten worst things Reagan did, but still not great. It's a best of times, worst of times situation for film, but a best of all worlds scenario for you, the listener, as we get to appreciate something beautiful, then tear down something distinctly not. Join us!
New Horror Movies Ep. 015: Dead Man Still Walking - White Zombie (1932) In this Second Edition of DEAD MAN STILL WALKING, Dr. Walking Dead beckons you to explore the very first of the essential zombie films of our time, White Zombie (1932). Directed by Victor Halperin and starring screen Horror legend Bela Lugosi, “White Zombie” gives us the first-ever onscreen zombies. Dr. Walking Dead Kyle Bishop discusses this important film’s historical significance and context (as well as its problems). Kyle also talks about this movie’s ethnographic fidelity, includes some minor analysis and gives us the moral of the story. Also in Episode 015,, Dr. Bishop brings us a quick overview of a few, less significant zombie films of the 1930s and ‘40s, including “Ouanga” (1935), “Revolt of the Zombie” (1936), “The Ghost Breakers” (1940), “King of the Zombies” (1941) and “Bowery at Midnight” (1942). Join us! Note: To view ALL of Dr. Bishop’s Dead Man Still Walking solocast episode can USE THIS LINK. Dead Man Still Walking is a biweekly, short-form solocast hosted by Dr. Walking Dead Kyle Bishop, author of American Zombie Gothic and How Zombies Conquered Popular Culture. Dr. Walking Dead also presents a popular segment called The Dead Zone on regular episodes of this podcast. For his Dead Man Still Walking solocast episodes, Dr. Bishop will focus exclusively on zombie films, with the occasional exploration of zombie-related themes, zombie television, and other zombie media (e.g., comics, literature, etc.). Dr. Bishop is an academic and professional scholar of zombie films and other zombie narratives. He has been teaching for 22 years. Dr. Bishop serves as an English professor, Film Studies professor, and he’s currently the English Department Chair at Southern Utah University.
Prophecy (1979) This week the boys talk about Prophecy, not the Christopher Walken Series, but the half drama/half horror & all mutated animal film from 1979.  Sponsored By @southland_dungeon www.southlandbooksandcafe.com @nightofthenerdylaser on INSTAGRAM @notnlpod on the Twitter machine Email us @ nightofthenerdylaser@gmail.com Hosts: Richard, Matt, & Jeff www.frankencontn.com @frankencontn on Instagram, Twitter, & Facebook
May (2002) Richard, Matt, & Jeff get out the sewing machines and discuss this indy horror classic, May from writer/director Lucky McKee! Sponsored By @southland_dungeon www.southlandbooksandcafe.com @nightofthenerdylaser on INSTAGRAM @notnlpod on the Twitter machine Email us @ nightofthenerdylaser@gmail.com Hosts: Richard, Matt, & Jeff www.frankencontn.com @frankencontn on Instagram, Twitter, & Facebook
Alligator (1980) This week on NOTNL the boys are going down to the sewers to figure out the mysterious murders that have been happening.... That's right, Alligator from 1980 is this weeks movie of the week pick from Richard and its all about a giant alligator that is flushed down a toilet and now lives in the sewer. Listen in to see what Richard, Matt, & Jeff's thoughts are on this early 80's "animal attack" movies. This episode is sponsored by @southland_dungeon www.southlandbooksandcafe.com @nightofthenerdylaser on INSTAGRAM @notnlpod on the Twitter machine Email us @ nightofthenerdylaser@gmail.com Hosts: Richard, Matt, & Jeff www.frankencontn.com @frankencontn on Instagram, Twitter, & Facebook
Indiana Trivia We've got a new episode this week and it's all about Indiana Trivia. Hoosiers are you ready for thirty questions about your state? And those of you from outside Indiana, how well do you know the state's history, geography, and place in pop culture? Well, it's time to find out.
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Great British Sitcom - We Meet Graham Bickley who played Joey Boswell in hit 80s comedy Bread He played one of the most popular sitcom characters of the 1980s in one of the biggest shows of the decade. Graham Bickley landed a role in Bread and the rest is history. Here he talks to Ashley about what it was like to take over playing a huge character from someone else. And he tells us about Carla Lane's general premise and hopes and wishes for the show which was set in her native Liverpool.  If you'd like to suggest an interview (or reunion) with a past star/stars of any soap, comedy, drama. children's series, quiz show or film, then please drop us a line via the contact us page on the Distinct Nostalgia website at www.distinctnostalgia.com or email info@madeinmanchester.tvNOTE: The Distinct Nostalgia theme is owned by MIM Productions and composed by Rebecca Applin and Chris Warner.Distinct Nostalgia is a Made in Manchester ProductionReality Life with Kate CaseyThree times a week I interview directors, producers, and stars from unscripted television.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stuck in the Middle with Who?A Podcast for the Silent MajorityListen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show
David Menkin: The Voice of LEGO Luke Skywalker Today, I’m talking to newcomer to the Star Wars universe, David Menkin. David recently voiced Luke Skywalker (!!!) in the incredibly popular and well received LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga. We dive into his inspirations and the journey to voicing one of the most popular characters in the galaxy. The audio is slightly choppy but this is a fun, quick, wonderful conversation with a very talented and very enthusiastic actor. I hope you all enjoy. Thank you so much to Mr. Menkin for coming on the show and telling his stories. Look for him soon at a convention near you, as well as on his Twitter account: twitter.com/DavidMenkin Thank you, as always, to Mr. Derek Maki of Coolwaters Productions, who helped set up this interview, and so many of our previous ones. For an incredible stock of autographs, as well as a look at his clients’ upcoming appearances, head to: coolwatersprods.com If you’re enjoying the show, please head to Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these episodes and leave us a five-star rating and review! It means the world. Transcripts of previous episodes are available over at talkingbay94.com. For more behind-the-scenes stuff, as well as a link to some of our other in-depth interviews, check out: Website: www.TalkingBay94.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/TalkingBay94 Instagram: www.instagram.com/TalkingBay94
Ken Cunningham and David Shayne: Behind the LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation I had the opportunity, through Lucasflm, to talk to the director, Ken Cunningham and Executive Producer / Writer, David Shayne of the upcoming LEGO Star Wars Summer Vacation special. This is a really quick, really fun deep dive into the newest addition of the LEGO universe, and I had an absolute blast talking to them both. (To set the scene for all you audio listeners, yes, I was wearing a tank-top and a Skywalker Ranch butter dish Hawaiian shirt.) Sit back and enjoy the vibes. Thank you so much to Ken and David, as well as Lillian and Rachel at Lucasfilm for coordinating all of this. The special is so much fun and comes out this Friday, August 5, on Disney+. Highly recommended on my end. We have some cool episodes coming up very soon, including one with Senior Editor at Del Rey Books, Tom Hoeler. (And maybe a couple of surprises too.) If you’re enjoying the show, please head to Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these episodes and leave us a five-star rating and review! It means the world. Transcripts of previous episodes are available over at talkingbay94.com. For more behind-the-scenes stuff, as well as a link to some of our other in-depth interviews, check out: Website: www.TalkingBay94.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/TalkingBay94 Instagram: www.instagram.com/TalkingBay94
Tom Hoeler: Senior Editor for DEL REY's STAR WARS Books Today I’m talking to Tom Hoeler, the Senior Editor at Del Rey, who has helped put together so many of the incredible Star Wars stories from over the past decade. Tom is an incredible part of the legacy of Star Wars publication, and it was a true joy to get to talk to him. His story is full of determination and inspiration, and I hope you all enjoy it. (Thank you so much again to Tom for coming on the show, and being so forthcoming and great with all of his answers and thank you as well to Lauren at Del Rey for helping to coordinate this.) We have some cool episodes coming up very soon, including Gary Whitta (for the third time!) and Rachel Rose from ILM.  If you’re enjoying the show, please head to Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to these episodes and leave us a five-star rating and review! It means the world. Transcripts of previous episodes are available over at talkingbay94.com. For more behind-the-scenes stuff, as well as a link to some of our other in-depth interviews, check out: Website: www.TalkingBay94.com Twitter: www.twitter.com/TalkingBay94 Instagram: www.instagram.com/TalkingBay94
Henery Hawk Turns 80 & The Future of WB/Discovery W/ Adam Hlavac & Sabina Graves On this week's podcast, I'm joined by Adam Hlavac (Heroes Reforged) and Sabina Graves (i09) to celebrate every worm's hero; Henery Hawk who choices to go after chickens instead of eating what his Mother provides. As well as, the WB/Discovery Earnings Call and speculate what it could mean for the Looney Tunes Franchise!
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S10E06 - Phoebe Fox Hey hey TSP listener buddies. You all good? We do hope so.Craig had a week off in Cornwall last week but we’re back with a lovely new episode this week. It’s a chat with the very fantastic Phoebe Fox. You might know her from the great The Great, National Theatre’s Twelfth Night, Eye In The Sky and loads more brilliant stuff.She and Craig chatted over the digital airwaves of West London touching on subjects such as averted butchery careers, compartmentalisation, memory distortion, RADA, professional trust, women’s career trajectory and loads of other stuff. She’s an absolutely amazing woman and we can’t wait for you to hear this; series ten, episode six of the Two Shot Podcast with Phoebe Fox. If you've enjoyed listening to this episode then please click through to patreon.com/twoshotpod to make a donation to the running costs of the show. You'll get bonus podcast audio, pictures, videos and some shiny new TSP merch in return. Nice one.Get in touch...Facebook - search 'Two Shot Podcast'Twitter - @twoshotpodInstagram - @twoshotpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Another question and answer spesh with Craig and Producer Griff We did a Q&A a little while back in went alright so we thought we'd do another. Thanks to everyone who submitted a question last minute. You're a bunch a legends. Back next week with a guest. XIf you've enjoyed listening to this episode then please click through to patreon.com/twoshotpod to make a donation to the running costs of the show. You'll get bonus podcast audio, pictures, videos and some shiny new TSP merch in return. Nice one.Get in touch...Facebook - search 'Two Shot Podcast'Twitter - @twoshotpodInstagram - @twoshotpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Another question and answer spesh with Craig and Producer Griff We did a Q&A a little while back in went alright so we thought we'd do another. Thanks to everyone who submitted a question last minute. You're a bunch a legends. Back next week with a guest. XIf you've enjoyed listening to this episode then please click through to patreon.com/twoshotpod to make a donation to the running costs of the show. You'll get bonus podcast audio, pictures, videos and some shiny new TSP merch in return. Nice one.Get in touch...Facebook - search 'Two Shot Podcast'Twitter - @twoshotpodInstagram - @twoshotpod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
August 1992 + Unforgiven Recall We're in the dog days of summer, and August 1992 has some movies that are dogs. But we're going to make it fun anyway with lots of New and New To You, and trying our best to recall our featured fan selection film, Unforgiven.Check out Michael and Steven's movie, UFO Club! http://ufoclubfilm.com/Follow @BoxOffice30 on Twitter and Facebook and @BoxOfficeThirty on Instagram! Visit us on the web at www.BoxOffice30.com!Box Office 30 Merchandise is now available at our brand new TeePublic shop: https://www.teepublic.com/user/box-office-30

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1 Year Anniversary Q&A Show! - Leftover Pizza Podcast #16 We’ve been doing this podcast for a whole year now, time really does fly! To celebrate, Grimey and Derek are answering YOUR questions! We talk everything from favorite toys to which Ninja Turtle we relate most to, oh, and even a bit of history on how the podcast came to be.Listen to us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and wherever you get your podcasts.Instagram: @leftoverpizzapodcastVisit our website, leftoverpizzapodcast.comJoin the Leftover Pizza Club on Facebook and get a FREE sticker!Run Time: 01:33:32
The Next - Minutes 052-056: Tough Crowd The Next Four Karate Kid Minutes
In these minutes, Julie tries to commit murder, which upsets the monks.
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In these minutes, Julie wins over the monks by abducting a praying mantis.
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The Dark Parade: Wretched Reviews #1 Welcome to a new feature for The Dark Parade, Wretched Reviews! This is something I’ve been wanting o do for a while, so let me know what you think. I wanted to collect reviews of new(-ish) films and some literature and present it in a big, sticky clump. See what you think!



For the inaugural show, we’re talking in non-spoilery ways about Jordan Peele’s Nope, Spider One’s Allegoria, Dan Trachtenberg’s Prey, and our first novel, Dead Silence by S.A. Barnes. In these discussions, minor details may be revealed, but larger plot beats will not. If you don’t want to know ANYTHING, just watch/read the stuff in advance that sounds appealing. Ya know, like a human capable of making decisions.



00:00:00 – 00:12:23 – Nope (*** 1/2 out of *****)



00:12:24 – 00:21:52 – Allegoria (* out of *****)



00:21:53 – 00:33:11 – Prey (**** out of *****)



00:33:12 – End – Dead Silence (*** 1/2 out of *****)



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"Bend It Like Beckham"/Elijah W Harris Anyone can shoot a rocket into space but who can bend a ball like Beckham?  Jonathan and guest Elijah W Harris explore the world of "Bend It Like Beckham," from Heathrow airport to Germany to Santa Clara.  They talk about "lesbian feet" and try to figure out how this movie doesn't have a single out lesbian despite being about a women's football team.
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Henery Hawk Turns 80 & The Future of WB/Discovery W/ Adam Hlavac & Sabina Graves On this week's podcast, I'm joined by Adam Hlavac (Heroes Reforged) and Sabina Graves (i09) to celebrate every worm's hero; Henery Hawk who choices to go after chickens instead of eating what his Mother provides. As well as, the WB/Discovery Earnings Call and speculate what it could mean for the Looney Tunes Franchise!
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The Squawkin' Hawk (1942) - Dir. Chuck Jones
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Melody Butiu About Melody:From the Broadway stage to the big screen, actress Melody Butiu is making a name for herself in the industry and beyond. The rising star can be seen playing a supporting lead role in the Universal Pictures and Amblin comedy franchise “Easter Sunday”. The film releases in theaters nationwide on August 5th, with an all-star comedic cast including Jo Koy and Tiffany Haddish. “Easter Sunday” celebrates diversity with a cast/crew comprised of mostly Filipinos, Filipino-Americans, Filipino descents & BIPOC creatives. Melody is a huge advocate for Filipino representation in TV/film.Previously, Melody has made appearances and recurring guest roles on shows such as NBC’s This is Us, CBS’ Mom, FOX’s Call Me Cat, Netflix’s The Kominsky Method, CBS’ NCIS: LA, ABC’s Desperate Housewives, and more. In the theatre world, Melody has performed in countless plays in theatres all across the country and internationally. She made her Broadway debut inDr. Zhivago, and has most recently starred in A Christmas Carol and South Pacific.Melody's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/themelodybutiuMelody's Twitter: https://twitter.com/MelodyButiu Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Fatal Attraction Paul & Amy can’t be ignored when discussing 1987’s hair-raising erotic thriller Fatal Attraction! They praise how casting an age-appropriate partner for Michael Douglas changed the power dynamic of their relationship, wonder if the different ‘stages’ of Glenn Close’s Alex ever truly cohere, and ask how director Adrian Lyne intended audiences to react to these characters. Plus: Was the attack in Starship Troopers a false flag all along? Next week, our Villains series continues with Night Of The Hunter! You can join the conversation for this series on the Unspooled Facebook Group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/unspooledpodcast, and on Paul’s Discord at https://discord.gg/ZwtygZGTa6. Learn more about the show at unspooledpod.com, follow us on Twitter @unspooled and Instagram @unspooledpod, and don’t forget to rate, review & subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher and Spotify. You can also listen to our Stitcher Premium game show Screen Test right now at https://www.stitcher.com/show/unspooled-screen-test and apply to be a contestant at unspooledpod@gmail.com!
Episode #105: Enough Is Enough.. On this episode, We Pull Back the Curtain on Overcoming Cyberbullying and much much more!Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/pulling-back-the-curtain-podcast/donations
Criterion Reflections – Episode 123 – James Ivory’s Savages Criterion Reflections is David Blakeslee’s ongoing project to watch all of the films included in the Criterion Collection in chronological order of their original release. This fourth season of the podcast features conversations about movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually receive the Criterion imprimatur. In this episode, David is joined by Daisuke Beppu, Richard Doyle, and Robert Taylor to discuss Savages, directed by James Ivory. The film was previously issued on DVD by the Criterion Collection in 2004 as part of the Merchant Ivory Collection.
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Bodies of Horror: Episode 30 - Brightburn (2019) In this episode, Nichole digs into 2019’s Brightburn to discuss superhuman stories and their connections/relevancy to disability and the excitement of growing up disabled in the rural Midwest.
Additional Reading:
Superhero stories have a disability problem (inverse.com)

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If It Bleeds We Can Kill It with Joshua Cordes-The State of VFX, Prey, Bullet Train, Carter, The Rise of TMNT The Boys are joined by VFX artist and Skyline Co-writer to talk about the state of VFX and Prey. And then after Joshua bounces The Boys talk Bullet Train, Carter (which Mike hated, oh he hated so much) and The Rise of The TMNT. It's a ridiculously super sized episode for you
133 Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure 1985 Large Marge didn’t send them but the boys went anyway and saw the movie starring Paul Reubens’ iconic character, because the Patrons told them to. And they meant to do that. Links You can rate and review us in these places (and more, probably) Does This Still Work? - TV Podcast https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/does-this-still-work-1088105 ‎Does This Still Work? on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/does-this-still-work/id1492570867 Cycling https://www.nytimes.com/1985/08/14/sports/american-cycling-ambition-grows.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coors_Classic Ghost story https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1985-10-31-8503140599-story.html Bikers then  https://apnews.com/article/fa4fc2acb225bfaee88331984ea81127 Bikers Now https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/local/2022/04/05/police-id-bikers-who-viciously-beat-carleton-man-after-he-bumped-into-one-at-bar-officials-say/ Mattress Law Labels https://insight-quality.com/us-law-label-requirements/ Large Marge https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0089791/trivia?item=tr2586166 Cabazon https://www.pe.com/2016/12/18/rubble-is-all-that-remains-of-the-wheel-inn-in-cabazon/
The Devil's Advocate Al Pacino is such a badass. we have never seen a movie like this
A Few Good Men Jack and Tom killed it
The Exorcism of Emily Rose Courtroom mixed with the supernatural
New Horror Movies Ep. 014: Prey (2022) and Horror Lagoon: Nightmare in Blood (1977) Can Dan Trachtenberg’s new Predator prequel, Prey (2022), live up to or exceed the other installments in the franchise? We know about bone tomahawks, but is there a Patent Pending on a boomerang tomahawk? Can Dr. Shock hold his bladder long enough to review one movie? Did the lovely Comanche ladies of the 18th century wear Maybelline before hunting animals? Can Mackula live with the production company’s branding on the film’s title card? And will Jay of the Dead become the Armond White of his own podcast? You can find out by listening to this raucous Episode 014 of Jay of the Dead’s New Horror Movies, The Berserk Baboon of Horror Podcasting. During this episode we bring you a quick overview of our thoughts on the “Predator” franchise. We bring you a Feature Review of Prey (2022). (Unless you’re extremely committed to knowing as little about a film as possible, you can listen freely because we do not reveal major plot spoilers. However, we do speak about situations in the film, without revealing major story beats or outcomes.) Then we wrap up this episode with an extended Specialty Segment of Gillman Joel’s Horror Lagoon, where Joel discusses the charm of Nightmare in Blood (1977)! Join us! Be sure to subscribe to Jay of the Dead’s new Horror movie podcast on:   Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Deezer Stitcher     You are welcome to email our show at HauntingYourHeadphones@gmail.com, or call and leave us a voicemail at (801) 899-9798. You can also follow Jay of the Dead’s New Horror Movies on Twitter: @HorrorAvengers Jay of the Dead’s New Horror Movies is an audio podcast with seven experienced Horror hosts who review new Horror movies and deliver specialty Horror segments. Your hosts are Jay of the Dead, Dr. Shock, Gillman Joel, Mister Watson, Dr. Walking Dead, GregaMortis and Mackula!
049 X-Men (Guest: Sharron Paul) 2000 A mutation comes from a change in DNA. This can happen due to exposure to chemicals, radiation or a writer who runs out of ways to give characters super powers. 'Born that way' sure saves time. Anyway, please enjoy our look back at 2000's X-Men. Links https://fair.org/take-action/media-advisories/why-does-tim-russert-associate-with-don-imus-bigotry/ https://apnews.com/article/f67f507b227cbbcebaf0bb737e3b5a28 IMPRACTICAL JOKERS on TruTV HBOMax https://twitter.com/truTVjokers https://www.trutv.com/shows/impractical-jokers National Film Registry Nomination Links  FOR THE COLOR PURPLE FAQ: https://www.loc.gov/programs/national-film-preservation-board/film-registry/frequently-asked-questions/ Link to the form:  https://www.research.net/r/national-film-registry-2017
085 Memento (Guest: Kraig Beaudoin) 2000 It may seem like there is a theme here but honest, the boys aren’t running some sort of film noir or crime drama festival. It just turns out, Hollywood makes a lot of these movies! But anyway, does anyone remember this film? Should you? Links You can rate and review us in these places (and more, probably) Does This Still Work? - TV Podcast https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/does-this-still-work-1088105 ‎Does This Still Work? on Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/does-this-still-work/id1492570867 Brain https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xpm-2000-09-19-0009190082-story.html
On METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER (2004) | Episode 34 Tom, Evan & Marcus go one fucking hour on Joe Berlinger & Bruce Sinofsky's intimate rockumentary METALLICA: SOME KIND OF MONSTER (2004), which chronicles the lowest point in the career of heavy metal juggernaut Metallica as they endure group therapy sessions, massive infighting and major creative constipation.
Chapter 12: Make It A Playground The time has come to assemble the crew! Mandy Fabian takes us through the process of picking her elite team to make her movie. From assistant director to wardrobe, casting, sound, and the rest. And the most important question: how are you going to feed them all?
Wars vs Trek: Nostalgia Fan Service vs. Canon Busting Nostalgia Star Wars - Obi Wan Kenobi and Star Trek - Strange New Worlds. Two different shows from two different long running science fiction franchises. But each approach their established canons in different ways, and have had polarizing reactions from fans. Rob Kubasko has returned to the Codex to discuss these shows and ask: how should we deal with fan nostalgia?
Chapter 8: Get Cool And Start Working On today’s chat, Mandy Fabian will talk about her time as a shadow, that is, when she got a chance to shadow direct on a couple of big time television shows. We’ll talk about the differences between directing actors on television, movies and on stage. But first, she’ll talk about crossing paths with a future Oscar winner.
Chapter 9: Who Let Me Out Of The House? In our latest chat, Mandy Fabian and I decided that we’d just talk about writing and let the chat go wherever it led. We’ll discuss our processes, outlines, getting strange ideas that weren’t meant for us, and how to take your family’s drama and make a movie out of it. But first, we venture into the strange shared brainspace that happens when you have a co-writer.
Chapter 11: A Certain Guilelessness You’ve got the script, you’ve got the money, but you can’t make a movie without actors and locations. Mandy Fabian is going to give us the inside track on the casting process. And how exactly do you find the right actor during a pandemic? And we’ll get into the joys of location scouting and how bad timing can end up being a good thing. Plus, will she follow the Quentin Tarantino path and cast herself in her movie?
Chapter 10: Hell Or High Water Time It’s no secret that’s it’s nearly impossible to get a movie made. In today’s chapter, Mandy Fabian is going to give us the strange, twisting path that she followed to be able to make her first movie. From close calls with big name actors to watching a hot script go cold, only to see a cold script get hot, what was the magical sequence that finally got her movie the fabled green light? Plus we’ll go deep into the table read. How? Where? Who? And what do you get from it?
Chapter 13: A Nerd For Entendres Today Mandy Fabian takes us through all the planning that has to happen before a shoot. From shotlists and storyboards, finding out which songs you can use and even what brands you’re allowed to show, she’ll tells me what she’s learned. Plus, we’ll talk about working with actors, including how she directed an actor in a very intimate moment.
The Next - Minutes 048-052: There Is No Try The Next Four Karate Kid Minutes
In these minutes, Julie gets used to life at a monastery.
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The Next - Minutes 044-048: Love That Passivisate The Next Four Karate Kid Minutes
In these minutes, Miyagi and Julie stop for some gas.
Our guest: Liz - Mean Girls Minute
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Episode 34 - Helter Skelter On the anniversary of the infamous Tate-LaBianca murders at the hands of the Manson Family in 1969, we revisit the landmark made-for-TV movie "Helter Skelter" (1976) based on the bestselling true crime book by Manson prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi.
Episode 206: Absentee Landlord | Devil's Advocate (1997), Theology & Paradise Lost #SatanicSummer sends you out as sheep among the wolves, to the heart of Babylon! This week, we’re discussing the sinful delight that is 1997’s Devil’s Advocate. We’ll talk about the religious origin of Satan and theological efforts to explain free will (it’s a bitch!) Then, we’ll dive deep into Devil’s Advocate’s greatest literary origins: Faust and Paradise Lost. At once a legal thriller, a gothic horror, and a domestic epic, Devil’s Advocate plays in murky moral waters that are a treasure trove of philosophy, history, and mythology.

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White Ladies in Crisis: Physical S02E10 Gena, Jenn and Joe wrap up our discussion of AppleTV's Physical with S02E10, "Don’t You Say It's Over."
Up for discussion: frustration over Ernie's sudden importance, questioning John Breem's motives, a bizarre Bunny & Tyler Mexico storyline, and unhappiness about cliffhangers intended to set up a potential S03.
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1980s Video Game Trivia We’re heading back in time to get some 1980’s Video Game Trivia
As a kid, I spent a lot of time and quarters in the arcade during the 1980’s. It was a noisy, chaotic, awesome place. Then everything changed when every kid I knew (and myself) got an Atari. We still chomped down pizza and chugged soda, but we could do it in the privacy of our own homes. The 80’s was a transformative time for gaming and chock full of wonderful facts to mine.
Let’s get going to the 1980’s for some Video Game trivia.
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Looney Tunes Trivia What’s up doc? It’s time for some Looney Toones Trivia!
I figured after battling our way through Westeros, it was time for something a little lighter and we could all use a laugh from Bugs, Daffy, Tweety, and the whole gang. Follow the Looney Tunes characters through the many decades with thirty trivia questions and see how well you stack up.
Hint for next week’s episode: “What superhero team first ‘assembled’ in 1963?“

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Marvel's The Avengers Trivia OK girls and boys, Marvel’s The Avengers trivia is here!
The end is near or at least, the Endgame is near. This Friday, what appears to be the final Marvel Avengers movie rolls into theaters and we’re all psyched to see how it turns out. After eleven years and twenty-two movies, this should prove to be an epic finale.
Who lives, who dies, who stays dead and will there be shawarma at the end? The world wants to know.
But who are The Avengers? They had (and continue to have) a rich life off the screen and on the page and today we’re going to take a look at their past.
Listen in to thirty trivia questions that contain no spoilers for the upcoming movie, Avengers: Endgame. We promise (heck we’re just as pumped to see how things work out as you are).
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Star Wars: A New Hope Trivia A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…there was some Star Wars trivia
It’s our tenth episode and that called for something special. Plus, this Saturday is May the Fourth, so it works on multiple levels. Yeah, I’m deep like that.
The original Star Wars film, A New Hope. Prove you have Jedi-like reflexes and skill by trying out our thirty Star Wars trivia questions

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1950s Science Fiction Movie Trivia The Golden Age of Science Fiction is back! Watch the skies! Make sure your neighbor is who they say they are! And beware of radiation in all its forms! Relive the days of old with thirty questions about Science Fiction films of the 1950’s.
The age of drive-ins and B-movies is here, so grab your date and 3D glasses. The feature is about to begin.

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Jaws Trivia Think it’s safe to head back into the water? Summer vacation is at hand (for some people) and that often means a trip to the beach. What better time than now to revisit the classic Stephen Spielberg film and its sequels.
Get yourself a bigger boat and head on out!

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Mathematics Trivia Summer is here and it’s no time to let your brain rot. Dorky Geeky Nerdy is here to keep that gray matter working over the break. Today we present thirty trivia questions about the field of Mathematics.
A huge shout out to W. Blaine Dowler for his help on writing these questions. Blaine does podcasts over at Bureau42.com on a variety of geeky subjects, most notably the X-Files Retrospective Podcast. I highly recommend you check them out.
Pencils sharpened and books away. Time for a pop quiz.

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Biology Trivia Summer School continues and this week we head into the lab. Genetics, hierarchies, and fluids, oh my! This is our second Summer School episode and we’ve left Mathematics behind and now we’re onto Biology Trivia.
From Botany to Mammology, we’re digging into all sorts of life. Goggles on, class is about to begin.

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The Life & Works of William Shakespeare Trivia Forsooth! This week we adjourn from the lab and head to the theater. Or theatre, if you prefer. Regardless, our trivia this week is all about the life and works of The Bard, William Shakespeare. His works are studied by many students and his plots are the archetypes for many of the works of fiction written from the Seventeenth Century to today. How well do you remember you High School English classes?
Like always, we’ll give you thirty questions in three separate rounds. You’ll have five seconds to answer the question before you’re given the answer. If you’re looking for rules and score sheets, check out the Rules page.
Get your scripts handy and let the play begin.
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Marvel's X-Men Trivia Hey Bub, you ready for some X-Men Trivia? Join Professor Charles Xavier and the whole crew for some x-tremely x-citing trivia this episode as a run-up to the new movie, X-Men: Dark Phoenix. Now that Fox is owned by Disney, the Marvel movie rights for this franchise might now roll over into the MCU. We’ll have to wait and see.
Additionally, we have a shout out to Jay & Miles X-Plain the X-Men podcast for ideas and info.
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The Science of Physics Trivia Today we’re heading into the beyond with Physics Trivia. How well do you know your waves and particles? Dive into thirty trivia questions and see how you score.
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Programming Note: This marks the end of the Saturday episodes. We’ll go back to Wednesday only from here on out. But fear not, these academic-themed topics will now be rolled into our regular schedule. And, you may see a bonus episode here and there, just to keep you on your toes.

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Canadian History and Geography Trivia O Canada! O Canada Trivia!
This week we’re diving into the history and geography of the Great White North in honor of Canada Day this July 1st. Canada’s history is wide ranging and exciting. From Nova Scotia to British Columbia, this nation is host a diverse population, geography, and history. How much do you know about Canada and how well can you score in this week’s trivia episode. Join host, Brian Rollins for thirty fun and informative questions.
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French Revolution Trivia Do you hear the people sing? Singing the songs of angry men? It’s time for French Revolution Trivia.
This Sunday marks the 230th anniversary of the storming of the Bastille, in Paris, France. A huge moment in the French Revolution. The week, we’re diving into the sordid and bloody affair with thirty trivia questions that are sure to challenge you.
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The X-Files Trivia The truth is out there and it’s hidden in thirty X-Files trivia questions in this week’s episode of Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast.
Back for more, your guest host this week is Blaine Dowler so be on good behavior. Because who knows who might be watching. Try out X-Files Trivia and then zip over to his X-Files Retrospective Podcast for even more fun with Mulder and Scully.
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Same Name Game Trivia “A rose by any other name, would smell just as sweet.”
– William Shakespeare
This week, we’re doing something different. Each question has two answers that share a name. Round one, they share a first name. Round two, they share the last name. Round three, the last name of one is the first name of the other answer.
Enjoy the Same Name game!
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Star Trek: The Next Generation Trivia Thirty episodes! And it’s way past time we hit Star Trek again. This time, it’s the series that brought the franchise back to TV. Plus, with the new Picard series coming soon, it’s good to catch up with the Captain, Riker, Data, and all the rest.
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Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets Trivia It’s time to head back to Hogwarts with more Harry Potter Trivia. This time, it’s all about Book 2: Harry Potter & The Chamber of Secrets.
As always, we have thirty questions broken up into three rounds. You’ll have five seconds to answer after I give you the questions. If you’re looking rules to play along, check out the Rules section for those.
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Children's Literature Trivia School is back in session for most of the world, and what better way to get kids excited than to run through some Children’s Literature trivia.
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Pirates and Maritime History Trivia Ahoy mateys! It be International Talk Like A Pirate Day tomorrow, September 19! What better time than to sing some sea shanties, buckle our swashes, and head out to the high seas for some Pirate Trivia?
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Quotable 1980s Trivia It’s been way too long since a Quotable episode. Well, it’s back and it’s all about the 1980’s!
We give you the quote and you have to tell us where it comes from. Our only other clue is that they’re all from the 1980’s, dude.
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DC Comics Villain Trivia We’ve focused all of our comic book episodes on the Marvel Universe, but it’s time for DC to have a little time in the limelight. So we’ve got a whole episode on one of the things DC does best, Villains.
Thirty questions about the rogues gallery of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, and all the rest.
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Classic Movie Monster Trivia Time to get your monster on for Halloween. We’re heading back to the classics for some creepy trivia this week. From the earliest movies, monsters have featured prominently in them. And now here’s their big moment.
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Back to the Future Trivia We’re all going back…to the future this week with trivia questions from one of the most popular time travel movies of all time (no matter what Scott Lang thinks).
Like always, we are offering up thirty fun questions in three rounds to put your geeky knowledge to the test. If you’re new, be sure to check out our Rules page to score your game (alone or with friends).
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Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Trivia Our third trip into the Star Trek universe and out to the Frontier with Sisko and the crew of Deep Space Nine.
As always, we have three rounds of ten questions each. Each round is harder than the last. If you’re looking for a score sheet or rules, check out our Rules page.
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Ghostbusters Trivia Who are you gonna call? We are finishing up Halloween with the supernatural comedy classic, Ghostbusters and its sequel and remake. How well do you remember these movies? Did you watch the cartoon?
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World War One Trivia Honoring Veterans Day (or Armistice Day in the UK and Remembrance Day in Canada) with thirty trivia questions about the first World War or, as it was known at the time, The Great War. The end of that war, November 11, 1918, is celebrated each year as a holiday in various countries.
Grab your favorite veterans, tell them thank you (maybe buy them a drink), and play along.
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Food & Cooking From Around The World Trivia Who’s hungry? This week is Thanksgiving (here in the US) and we’re heading into the holidays, which means time for big feasts and parties. Let’s kick off the season with thirty fun questions about cooking and food.
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Trivia More Harry Potter? Why not. We still have four more books to go and these are, by far, our most popular episodes. This week, we delve into the third book in the series, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban.
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Christmas Traditions Around The World Trivia How do you celebrate the holidays? It turns out, there are many, many Christmas traditions around the world. This week, we dive into some of the more interesting and unique ones.
This is the first of three holiday-themed episodes to wrap up the year. Stay warm and dive in!
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Quotable Christmas Movies and Specials Trivia Fire up the TV, pop the popcorn, and snuggle up with your loved ones, it’s movie trivia time.
We all have a favorite Holiday movie and we’ve got thirty quotes from the best movies and specials from the distant past and some more recently. Did we include your favorite? If not, share it and maybe it’ll make it into an episode in the future.
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Original Battlestar Galactica Trivia Time to join the rag tag fleet and find a new home away from the Cylons. How well do you remember the classic 1970's TV series from Glen A Larson? Try your hand at thirty trivia questions in three rounds.
Fear not, we'll visit the 2004 Battlestar Galactica reboot in a future episode, so stay tuned.
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