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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!
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.
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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Criterion Reflections – Episode 134 – Bernardo Bertolucci’s Last Tango in Paris 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. Each episode of this fourth season of the podcast features conversations with a variety of guests offering insights on movies that originally premiered in 1972 and were destined to eventually bear the Criterion imprint. In this episode, David is joined by Richard Doyle to discuss Last Tango in Paris, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci.
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Such Sights To Show: Episode 10 – Rawhead Rex As promised, Bryan and Joe dedicate a standalone episode to Clive Barker's Rawhead Rex (from Books of Blood Vol.3), as well as its much maligned 1986 film adaptation by George Pavlou.Real talk: we don't hate the movie! It's not a good adaptation, but as a stock creature feature, it's fine.Plus: debating piss vs semen, Barker's take on folk horror, killing kids, and why the end of the film is worse than its monster costume.Wanna connect with the show?Bryan: @eviltaylorhicksJoe: @bstolemyremoteMusic Credit: Hellraiser Theme by Christopher YoungIf you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe!Check out Anatomy of a Scream for more great content and the other Network pods Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
You Should Watch: FROM S01 Sharai and Joe return to cover a new series: FROM, a twisty-turny "town with secrets" genre series that isn't afraid to kill a ton of people.To prepare for the debut of S02, we're revisiting the whole of S01, its main characters, stand-out sequences, and why the show is serving Stephen King vibes (only with POC and queers).Connect with your co-hosts:> Show handle: @YouShould_Watch> Sharai: @Misssharai> Joe: @bstolemyremoteIf you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe!Discover more fabulously spooky Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad shows at anatomyofascream.com and follow the network on Twitter and Instagram @aoas_xx Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.



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Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) Avoiding paparazzi is hard. Let’s talk about how difficult it was to make Mr. & Mrs. Smith, from the constant tabloid rumors of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s relationship to dealing with director Doug Liman’s annoying eccentricities.
 
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The Villain Show! (Stay Puft, Zurg, Disney Villains) – Leftover Pizza Podcast #30 Villains have no right being as cool as they are, wouldn’t you agree? You do? Well perfect, this episode is going to be right up your alley! Grimey & Derek sit down to discuss some of our favorite bad guys from pop culture, from Stay Puft to The Claw, Evil Emperor Zurg and beyond (see what we did there?) Sit back, relax, and get ready to be baaaaaad!You can now support us on Patreon & get access to bonus episodes & exclusive articles by visiting patreon.com/leftoverpizzaclubIf you enjoy our show, remember to leave us a rating and subscribe for future episodes!Instagram & TikTok: @leftoverpizzapodcastTwitter: @lftovrpizzaclub Visit our website, leftoverpizzaclub.com for nostalgic articles and to buy our merch.Join the Leftover Pizza Club on Facebook and get a FREE sticker!Run Time: 01:25:05
Columbo w/ Rachel Collins We welcome back Rachel Collins for… just one more thing, so that we can talk about Columbo! Peter Falk starred as Lt. Columbo from 1968 to 2003 and we’re heartbroken that we can only cover one fantastic episode of this show. And since Rachel is guesting this episode, it’s the Dick van Dyke one. Whodunits, gunshots in the junkyard, photographic evidence, fan art of Columbo’s wife and the history of TV movies, we talk about this real snapshot of 20th Century pop culture.

Syndicated with Lesley and Ben is a twice monthly podcast about television, genre and storytelling in which your hosts watch one episode of a new show and explore the history of television one episode at a time. From family room sitcoms to space exploration shows, reality TV to procedurals and game shows, we’re going to cover it all and give you the context you need to understand the wonderful world of television and the stories we love.

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Scooby Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed (2004) Willy returns and, having missed the last Scooby Doo episode, decides to do something unprecedented by picking two films from the same series in a row. RUH ROH
Sexy & Surreal: Episode 1 – Eraserhead (1977) Terry and Joe kick off a bi-weekly exploration of the filmographies of David Lynch and David Cronenberg because Terry has seen remarkably few of their respective features.First up: Lynch's Eraserhead, which took 5 years, was funded by Sissy Spacek and is a wild first film. We're talking the all-encompassing industrial score, surreal space sequences, a sperm child, practical FX, and Lynch's (maybe?) real life daddy issues reflected on screen.Wanna connect with your co-hosts?> Terry: @gaylydreadful> Joe: @bstolemyremoteIf you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe!Theme Music: Roniit – "Purify" Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Class Dynamics and Urbanism on Coruscant Simon, Steele, and Vaughn are joined by their friend Daniel to look at Coruscant and discuss how the class dynamics and urbanism that we see in the capital of the Republic compares to that of Washington D.C.. And we of course end the episode with a quiz!
Episode 63: Nancy Olson Steve interviews actress and author Nancy Olson Livingston about her amazing film experiences on "Sunset Blvd," "Battle Cry" and "Union Station," as well as her new autobiography "A Front Row Seat.
OUR GUILTY PLEASURE MOVIES Episode 61: Tom, Evan & Marcus are GUILTY AS CHARGED and suspend both shame and embarrassment as they go one fucking hour on their favorite "guilty pleasure" movies. Get ready for a personal deep give on cinematic comfort food in the form of rom-coms, macho heist flicks, and obsessive morbid curiosities!
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Level Up! Video Game Movies with Scott Mendelson The Boys are joined by their favorite box office guru Scott Mendelson to talk Super Mario and other video game movies
The Sandlot Happy 30th Anniversary to The Sandlot. Jump back in time and see how America's pastime is represented. Who doesn't love summer stories of playing ball, hanging out with friends, and fighting a monster? Also what was in that vomit? And is there something deeper to this movie than realized? Press play to find out.
Midwest Monsters Episode 229 – True Crime 16 – Changeling, Wineville and Walter Collins After a small hiatus we have returned to our True Crime series with this unique episode on the disappearance of Walter Collins, the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders and Clint Eastwood's "Changeling"(2008) that takes a look at both. Impressively set in old LA, "Changeling" tells the story of one mother's nightmare and the nightmare that followed it. Available now on iTunes, podbean and our blog. Thanks for listening!
Bodies of Horror: Episode 43 – Pearl (2022) After a dive into some older fare, Nichole changes things up and talk about a recent film – 2022’s Pearl. This episode tackles a bit about the 1918 flu pandemic, caring for a loved one with a disability or illness during a pandemic, and the multitude of mental health issues this film touches on.This was an episode where it seemed fitting to chat about mental health and had to call in support from one of my favorite people: Mike Snoonian, the loveliest person and therapist behind the boards at The Pod and The Pendulum and PsychoAnalysis: A Horror Therapy podcasts. Any time I get to chat with Mike is time I treasure and he brought the brilliance and humor to this conversation.Additional Engagement@mike_snoonian@podandpendulum@PsychoAPodWant to recommend a film to be covered, or just reach out and say hello? Of course you do! Shoot me an e-mail at [email protected] and outro music is “The Wind Frazzled Your Long Brown Hair” by Flashback81. Follow them at Twitter now, too: @81flashbackIf you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe! Discover more fabulously spooky Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad shows at anatomyofascream.com and follow the network on Twitter and Instagram @aoas_xxWant to recommend a film to be covered, or just reach out and say hello? Of course you do! Shoot me an e-mail at [email protected]. Intro and outro music is “The Wind Frazzled Your Long Brown Hair” by Flashback81. Follow them at Twitter now, too: @81flashback If you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe!Discover more fabulously spooky Anatomy of a Scream Pod Squad shows at anatomyofascream.com and follow the network on Twitter and Instagram @aoas_xx Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Case File 071: The Wicked Witch (The Wizard of Oz) Although it's one of the most beloved movies of all time, The Wizard of Oz was also nightmare fuel for a lot of us when we were kids. But while The Wicked Witch and her flying monkeys terrorized Dorothy and her friends on screen, it turns out the real nightmares were taking place behind the scenes.   Join us as we investigate the troubled production of one of Hollywood's most iconic films, the tragic life of its leading lady, and the enduring legacy of a magical land that exists somewhere over the rainbow. 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 Chris's Substack Newsletter: Chris Fights Demons
So, You Like Horror? #31- The 1950's Welcome back, friends and family. This week on the podcast we continue our journey of horror films through the decades as we talk about the 1950s. My buddy, Jonathan, and I got together to talk about the societal effects horror experienced during the decade. The post-World War II effects introduced us to mad scientists and mutant creatures. The fear of visitors from other worlds also played a role in the shaping of our films. We discussed a few films that we watched related to the era and we also investigate what inspired some of the films based on the culture surrounding them. 

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Murder Mystery 2. Is it the last entry in the Adam Sandler Netflix era?!
Who knows. Pretty good flick imo. Check out the interview with us over on Polygon’s Youtube channel that came out this week.
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Murder Mystery 2. Is it the last entry in the Adam Sandler Netflix era?!
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A4E Replay: Scott Adkins on Keanu Reeves Enjoy this replay episode from the The Greatest Action Stars of All Time series as Mike and Scott Adkins talk Keanu Reeves
Episode 62: Andrea Eastman Steve goes inside "The Godfather" with Andrea Eastman, who was in charge of casting the epic story of the Corleone family. She also discusses casting "Love Story" and her origins that eventually led to her becoming one of the most powerful talent agents in Hollywood.
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To the North (Mini #18) It's time for some geography trivia. For this mini episode of Dorky Geeky Nerdy, I'm going to give you a country and you just have to tell me which nation borders it to the North. Simple and straightforward. Assuming you've got good map memorization.
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Episode 210: Heads Will Roll | Sleepy Hollow feat. Garden of Doom There’s a little town upstate, a close-knit community – mainly Dutch – called Sleepy Hollow. The village is haunted by a terrible specter: the Headless Horseman. Only Ichabod Crane, a squeamish, yet sensible officer of the law can crack the mystery that plagues Sleepy Hollow – if he can avoid losing his head. Tim Burton’s Gothic melodrama Sleepy Hollow is a lush adaptation of the Washington Irving short story, ripe for exploration of its inspiration and deeper meaning – if there is a deeper meaning, that is. We talk about witchcraft, cardinals, feminism (maybe?), early American law enforcement, and the many headless horsemen of folklore and mythology.
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(BONUS) Wheel of KA | 11/22/63 Part II Fellow Traveler's on the Path of the Beam, Derek and Steve are back doing part two of Stephen King's 11/22/63. We talk about the first two third's of the book, where its going and where it relates to the Dark Tower


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Episode 82: Black Panther Part 1 (Angela Bassett Stanning) Nerd Skool has FINALLY arrived at Black Panther!  We all have been anticipating this one for a while.  Before we jump into the movie, the gang gets sidetracked on the recent allegations against Jonathan Majors, Angela Bassett kicking ass with some librarians, Ruth Carter’s awesome costume design, Afro-futurism, Get your Nerdskool Merch:  https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/74089719?asc=u Music by D Jones Hip Hop!
Episode 61: Funny Man Eddie Deezen Steve speaks with comic actor Eddie Deezen about his experiences working on such film classics as "Grease," "War Games," and "1941."
S2 Ep4: Changing Things… i’ll upload an episode tomorrow!
S2 Ep5: Special Guests Plus Alot Of Sexual Talk! this was filmed a few weeks ago was really busy today so i didn't get a chance to record but back next week
S10E18 – Freema Agyeman What's happening podcast mates!? Hope you're all good. We've got a brand newie for you today. It's a gorgeous TSP chat with the fantastic actress Freema Agyeman. You'll know Freema from her roles in Doctor Who, Law & Order, New Amsterdam or maybe, by the time you listen to this, her new series Dreamland.Freema and Craig talk wonderful women, rekindling artistic passions, New York, London, actor cooperation, saying "bye" to dolphins and loads, loads more.It's class. You'll love it. This is series ten, episode eighteen of the Two Shot Podcast with Freema Agyeman.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 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
S10E19 – Matthew Dunster Greetings Two Shot pals. It's new Two Shot Podcast day, and we're having a chat with Matthew Dunster.Matthew is an actor, writer and director from the North West of England. He and Craig met on a production of the Martin McDonagh play Hangmen back in 2015 and have been good mates since. In this episode, they discuss DIY, press nights, working with first time actors, Oldham, being an early starter, drama, class, twitter and loads, loads more. Matthew's passion for theatre collaboration is totally inspiring and it's a brilliant, brilliant ep.This is series ten, episode nineteen of the Two Shot Podcast with Matthew Dunster.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 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
Heart of Horror #14: From Beyond On a new Heart of Horror, Kate and Bo get kinky with the slimy follow-up to Re-animator, From Beyond! We talk about our first introductions to kink, tell some stories about bikers, and wrap-up with ghost dating and “Tinder Is the Flesh.” It’s a whole lotta show for these troubled times.



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Such Sights To Show: Episode 9 – Books of Blood Vol. 3 Bryan and Joe are back to discuss Volume 3 of Clive Barker's short story collection, Books of Blood.We're faced with more dated elements (race/fatphobia), though we're wondering if part of this is simply too much Barker in a short period of time?Still, we've got great body horror/kills, a Stephen King-esque story, and the anticipation of Rawhead Rex on the horizon.Wanna connect with the show?Bryan: @eviltaylorhicksJoe: @bstolemyremoteMusic Credit: Hellraiser Theme by Christopher YoungIf you like the podcast, please rate, review, and subscribe!Check out Anatomy of a Scream for more great content and the other Network pods Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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So, You Like Horror? #21- Hellraiser (2022) Howdy, folks! This episode I sat with my friends Maryland Phil and Joe KW of Nerd Rage Radio and we discussed and reviewed the 2022 Hellraiser film. We give our scores as well our good, bad, and ugly from the film.  We also, somehow, ended up talking about pastries and how a mango nearly killed me.
 
Maryland Phil can be found on Twitter hosting @nerdragecast where he keeps us up to date on the Nerd Rage happenings and comic and movie news.
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Hey troops, I’m your host Brian Rollins and this is Episode 217 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia podcast. This week, we’ve got GI Joe Trivia. It’s a toy line that’s been around for decades and what HUGE when I was a kid in 1980s. Let’s see how well you know its ” id=”7kOIZ2JJFYv” vid=”7kOIZ2JJFYv” id-for-player=”7kOIZ2JJFYv” link=”/listen/gi-joe-trivia-7kOIZ2JJFYv/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
GI Joe Trivia Yo Joe! It’s time for some Toy Trivia.
Hey troops, I’m your host Brian Rollins and this is Episode 217 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia podcast. This week, we’ve got GI Joe Trivia. It’s a toy line that’s been around for decades and what HUGE when I was a kid in 1980s. Let’s see how well you know its history and mythology.
Live always, we’ve got three rounds of ten questions each. Each round gets harder, so prepare yourself. When you’re done, please take a second to drop us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get to the show.
OK, that’s the briefing soldiers, time to hit the trivia.






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Hey gang, I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is episode 218 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. This week, we’ve got Monty Python Trivia. Questions about the troupe, their sketches, movies, and more.
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Monty Python Trivia Saturday is April Fool’s Day and what a better bunch of fools than Monty Python.
Hey gang, I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is episode 218 of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast. This week, we’ve got Monty Python Trivia. Questions about the troupe, their sketches, movies, and more.
If you’re new, welcome to the show. If you need rules or scorecards, visit the show’s website, DorkyGeekyNerdy.com.
That’s enough silliness, so let’s start the show.



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YouTube Deep Dive: The Bourne Identity (2002) Remembering who you are is hard. Let’s talk about how difficult it was to make The Bourne Identity, from dealing with Director Doug Liman’s erratic behavior to the endless amount of reshooting to get the film right.
 
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In the entertainment world, there are millions of dollars on the line and troubled productions are bound to happen. And we are going to talk about these disastrous, never ending, and sometimes dangerous productions. From the creators of WTF Happened To This Movie?, It Was A Sh*t Show is a video essay/documentary/podcast series looking at some of your favorite films and tv shows, and why they were such a nightmare to make.
 
Chapters:
00:00 – Intro
00:38 – Swingers & Go Director Doug Liman
02:06 – The Bourne Identity Flies to Universal
03:09 – William Blake Herron’s Faithful Adaptation
03:35 – Tony Gilroy Brings Bourne Down to Earth
05:36 – Casting Matt Damon as Jason Bourne
06:33 – Liman Ditches Gilroy and Montreal
07:34 – David Self’s New Script Angers Damon
08:17 – Frank Marshall Tries Wrangling Liman
10:14 – Liman’s Paranoia of Universal
10:51 – The New Wave of Action Films
12:06 – Reviving the Farmhouse Set Piece
13:22 – Shooting Clive Owen Without Permission
14:35 – Problem Solving for Editor Saar Klein
15:24 – Reshooting the Ending
16:56 – Debating the Disaster
17:40 – The Bourne Identity Releases June 14, 2002
18:12 – Liman Gets Booted from the Sequels
18:46 – The Bourne Series’ Troubles
19:59 – Bourne Shapes the Future of Action Films

 
Sources:
BBC: https://bbc.in/417Tkn5
Box Office Mojo: https://bit.ly/429AMDx
Entertainment Weekly: https://bit.ly/3mp1xDz
Film School Rejects: https://bit.ly/3kLJmaK
GQ: https://bit.ly/3Ej2Tpu
The Guardian: https://bit.ly/3IfJJ56
Hollywood Reporter: https://bit.ly/3ImSvQa
LA Times: https://lat.ms/3IRSgvj
Movie Habit: https://bit.ly/3IdM28P
New York Magazine: https://nym.ag/3JeH51h
The New Yorker: https://bit.ly/3xAaJqZ
The Ringer: https://bit.ly/3YCklgk
Rolling Stone: https://bit.ly/3yqwzxB
Rotten Tomatoes: https://bit.ly/3ZrLL9Q
Variety: https://bit.ly/3k2Qm2C
Variety: https://bit.ly/3lJOYCG
Wall Street Journal: https://on.wsj.com/3SM2r9v

 
Featured Clips:
The Bourne Identity (2002) and special features

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (2001)
Letterkenny (2016- )
Ocean's Eleven (2001)
Scrubs (2001–2010)
Swingers (1996)
Ted Lasso (2020- )
Austin Film Festival: https://youtu.be/qwaBr7l5pcE
The Bobbie Wygant Archive: https://youtu.be/zHRkotXGyAs
Collider: https://youtu.be/VFEAOlaKIMc
TIFF Talks: https://www.youtube.com/live/9rMCgVrWnf8?feature=share

 
Music:
John Powell – The Bourne Identity OST
Moby – Extreme Ways
Paul Oakenfold – Ready Steady Go
S10E18 – Freema Agyeman What's happening podcast mates!? Hope you're all good. We've got a brand newie for you today. It's a gorgeous TSP chat with the fantastic actress Freema Agyeman. You'll know Freema from her roles in Doctor Who, Law & Order, New Amsterdam or maybe, by the time you listen to this, her new series Dreamland.Freema and Craig talk wonderful women, rekindling artistic passions, New York, London, actor cooperation, saying "bye" to dolphins and loads, loads more.It's class. You'll love it. This is series ten, episode eighteen of the Two Shot Podcast with Freema Agyeman.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 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
S10E19 – Matthew Dunster Greetings Two Shot pals. It's new Two Shot Podcast day, and we're having a chat with Matthew Dunster.Matthew is an actor, writer and director from the North West of England. He and Craig met on a production of the Martin McDonagh play Hangmen back in 2015 and have been good mates since. In this episode, they discuss DIY, press nights, working with first time actors, Oldham, being an early starter, drama, class, twitter and loads, loads more. Matthew's passion for theatre collaboration is totally inspiring and it's a brilliant, brilliant ep.This is series ten, episode nineteen of the Two Shot Podcast with Matthew Dunster.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 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
New Horror Movies Ep. 048: Dead Man Still Walking – The Walking Dead Retrospective Here in Episode 048 (the 14th Edition of DEAD MAN STILL WALKING), your intrepid host, Dr. Kyle William Bishop, brings you his Retrospective of “The Walking Dead” — an 11 season TV series about zombies! Dr. Walking Dead discusses his mid-series hiatus and his reasons for taking a break from watching. Kyle also explains his reticence for finishing the entire series. Then Dr. Walking Dead moves into his brief sentiments as he looks back over all 11 seasons. Dr. Bishop gives an interesting insight about actors and why the TV series adaptation varied from events in the comic. And due to the difference in the cinematic adaptation, for those who read the comics, watching “The Walking Dead” TV series is an opportunity to enjoy this property again. However, Kyle notes that fans of the comic anticipate certain story arcs that may not play out as expected. Note: To view ALL of Dr. Bishop’s Dead Man Still Walking solocast episodes 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. You are welcome to reach out to Dr. Bishop with comments or questions via email:[email protected], Twitter: @DrWalkingDead, or by leaving him a voicemail: (801) 899-9798. You can also watch the documentary, Doc of the Dead (2014), which features Dr. Walking Dead. Find more links below for Dr. Bishop. Be sure to subscribe to Jay of the Dead’s new Horror movie podcast on: Apple PodcastsSpotifyGoogle PodcastsDeezerStitcher   You are welcome to email our show at [email protected], 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 Dead Man Still Walking with Dr. Kyle Bishop is brought to you by Jay of the Dead’s New Horror Movies, an audio Horror movie podcast. It features nine experienced Horror hosts 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, Mackula, Ron Martin and Dave Zee! Due to the large number and busy schedule of its nine Horror hosts, Jay of the Dead’s New Horror Movies will be recorded in segments, piecemeal, at various times and recording sessions. Therefore, as you listen to our episodes, you will notice a variety of revolving door hosts and segments, all sewn together and reanimated like the powerful Monster of Dr. Frankenstein!
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Timothy Dalton’s third James Bond film is one of the great ‘what ifs’ of the series, and over the years various incarnations have come to light. Recently, we dusted off the first-ever draft of what could have been Dalton’s fol” id=”4VgLvJ7i4wt” vid=”4VgLvJ7i4wt” id-for-player=”4VgLvJ7i4wt” link=”/listen/0151-unmade-bond-17-1990-4VgLvJ7i4wt/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
0151: Unmade Bond 17 (1990) What was the very first draft of Timothy Dalton's unmade third film like?
Timothy Dalton's third James Bond film is one of the great 'what ifs' of the series, and over the years various incarnations have come to light. Recently, we dusted off the first-ever draft of what could have been Dalton's follow-up to Licence To Kill. Dated July 7th, 1990, this rarely-seen script was penned by Michael G. Wilson and American writer Alfonse Ruggerio. Many of its elements would survive in later films for Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, but the locations and tech elements of this draft lend their own distinct flavour. Join us as we run through the story and discuss the characters, plot, killer robots, and ponder what this film could have been in the early 1990s. 
For further coverage of Bond 17 (1990), check out this article on MI6:
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The recording took place on March 16th, 2023 in the USA and Spain. 
James Page is a co-founder of MI6-HQ.com and the magazine MI6 Confidential
David Leigh runs thejamesbonddossier.com
Bill Koenig runs the Spy Command at hmssweblog.wordpress.com
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HORROR BUSINESS Episode 132: MONKEY SHINES & THE DARK HALF Greetings, and welcome back to Horror Business. We have one awesome episode in store for you guys because we’re talking two George Romero films: 1988’s Monkey Shines and 1993’s The Dark Half.
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We start by talking about what we’ve done involving horror recently. We talk about the season finale of The Last Of Us, the films M3GAN, Puss In Boots: The Last Wish, and Liam talks about the show Owl House.

Up first is Monkey Shines. Justin talks about how the poster of this movie used to frighten him quite badly as a child and Liam talks about writing it off until seeing it as an adult and realizing it was a Romero film. We briefly discuss our unfamiliarity with the politics of the film’s depiction of the quadriplegic community.

We discuss the film’s depiction of a man who has been rendered less than a child and robbed of his dignity and using this as a source of horror in addition to the killer monkey.

We talk about how Ella the monkey’s obsession with Allen is also used as a source of horror, and Allen’s inability to control his own thoughts. We talk about the film’s very “80s” idea of science gone wrong subplot. Liam points out that even though the central premise is ridiculous the movie still works.

We talk about the performances of the characters, and how they make the film more believable as a man being worn down not just by his condition but also by the influence of the monkey.

Justin talks about how the film’s excessive subplots weigh it down and how the film’s depiction of sexuality is somewhat stunted and stilted. We talk about the ending of the film and how it somewhat nullifies Allen’s struggles throughout the film.

            Up next is The Dark Half. Justin gives a brief history on the story of Stephen King’s pseudonym “Richard Bachman” being exposed back in the mid-80’s and The Dark Half being his reaction to being outed as Bachman.

Liam talks about what he sees as the weakest aspect of the film, which is the casting of Timothy Hutton as both Thad Beaumont and George Stark.

Justin talks about how the film loses an important idea the novel presents, which is that George Stark is largely just another character that Thad Beaumont has created. We talk about how Hutton is quite effective as Thad Beaumont but lackluster as George Stark.

We briefly talk about the history of Castle Rock in the work of Stephen King, and how Michael Rooker is uncharacteristically out of place in this film. We discuss how the film does away with some of the more interesting elements of the book in favor of being flashier film.
First and foremost, as always thank you for listening and to everyone and anyone who donated on Patreon, checked this episode out, or shared a tweet/shared a post on FB/gave us love by recommending us to someone. We love you forever for listening and donating. Any questions, comments, suggestions for movies and guests, or if you yourself want to join us for a movie viewing or …
The Crow (1994) Its time for some more revenge during our month of discussing the darker side of hero and villains,  and talking about Brandon Lee's The Crow!   Sponsored By @southland_dungeon www.southlandbooksandcafe.com @nightofthenerdylaser on INSTAGRAM @notnlpod on the Twitter machine Email us @ [email protected] Hosts: Richard, Matt, & Jeff www.frankencontn.com @frankencontn on Instagram, Twitter, & Facebook
You've Got To Kill The Dog-John Wick IV With Genre Film Addict The Boys are joined by Christian V. aka Genre Film Addict to break down all things Wick
Episode 3. 1976 Welcome to For Your Reconsideration – an Oscars podcast!This week we're joined by JD Duran of the Insession Film podcast and website, Dave Voigt of the In Seats website and pod and Norm Wilner of TIFF. Matti Price fronts them in the acting host role. Listen in as they discuss what could be one of the best years for Best Picture nominees in the history of the Academy! Did A.M.P.A.S. get it right or will 1976 require a do-over?Enjoy the discussion on the 5 nominees – Rocky, All the President's Men, Network, Bound For Glory, Taxi Driver, and many other films from the year in question. Please follow the show on Twitter and Instagram @FYR_PodcastSee you at the movies!
Minute 046: All You Can Do is Stop It You're just the OFF switch.
Minute 047: A Kind of Messenger Hallmark cards from outer space.
Minute 049: Not for My Alabaster Body! Dr. Leavitt has her limits.
Minute 050: Ragweed Pollen Anticipating the pitfalls of speech-to-text.
Minute 051: I’m Not Nervous Is the machine also a lie detector?
Minute 052: This is a Xenon Lamp Apparatus Put on this fencing helmet.
Minute 053: Please Replace the Helmet Imagine the housekeeping crew's job.
Minute 055: Even with a Microscope, They’re Blind Dr. Leavitt wears a lab coat in her dreams.
Minute 056: THIRD DAY Time to wake up, sir. Guest: Pete the Retailer of Star Wars Minute.
Minute 057: Gladys Stevens A voice-over artist's work is never done.
Minute 058: All for You, Hippocrates Not just for breakfast anymore.
Minute 059: They’re not Guinea Pigs, Stone As if a town full of dead people didn't make that clear enough.
Minute 060: Ever Used a Glovebox? Besides looking for a tire gauge, or your registration.
Minute 061: Use a Buffalo The rat, not a bison.
Minute 062: Let’s Try a Rhesus Brace yourself for Minute 63.
Minute 063: Death of a Monkey The very worst minute of the movie.
Minute 064: Identify Monkey Cleanup Minute
Minute 065: Incredible You know it's dangerous if Charlie Dutton is distracted.
Minute 066: My Name’s Karen Anson Dr. Hall needs lessons in basic human interaction
Minute 067: I Mean I’m Scared The Most Honest Person at Wildfire.
Minute 068: A Surgeon Isn’t Likely to do That She doesn't know Dr. Butterfingers Hall.
Minute 069: Score Nothing to Nothing Not even a runner on base yet.
Minute 070: Maybe Not So Pure Leavitt has her doubts.
Minute 071: Sweat is a Safeguard Doubting Dutton's medical credentials on this advice.
Minute 072: Could be a Gas Measuring the invisible.
Minute 073: About Two Microns Never mind about the flyswatter thing.
Minute 074: Establishment Gonna Fall Down Fightin' the Establishment, baby!
Minute 075: Jackson The old man has a name.
Minute 076: You Can Tell You’re a Bachelor The downside of the Odd Man Hypothesis
Minute 077: An Isotope Scan Dutton's back to killing more monkeys
Minute 078: I Didn’t Think It Possible It's worse than Hall imagined.
Minute 079: At the Edge of That Shadow Everyone squints during this minute to see what they're talking about.
Minute 080: Pistachio Ice Cream The Baskin-Robbins scale of alien microbe identification.
Minute 081: Elastic Properties Boing boing, or stretchy-stretchy?
Minute 082: Luminous Paint More guessing about the green stuff.
Minute 084: Beautiful, Sir Dr. Stone hasn't been called beautiful in quite some time.
Minute 085: I’m the MIC-T Not losing one's touch.
Minute 086: Ask the Patient When all else fails.
Minute 087: Squeeze Sterno: the ultimate antibiotic
Minute 088: Can’t See Your Legs Reason Number 601 why Karen hates her job
Minute 089: CRASH SITE X marks the spot
Minute 090: A Fluke A once in a blue Moon happenstance twist of fate.
Minute 091: An Elephant Through a Microscope PC LOAD LETTER, 1970's style.
Minute 092: Big Head Pass, Utah Breaking away from the main cast for a few scenes
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