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Breaking it down montage style. Hosted by Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke.
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Desperately Seeking Susan With special guest Sarah Schroeder, Anna and Derek talk about the success of Madonna as an actress and its relationship to her celebrity, if women today can still relate to Roberta&apos;s 1980s housewife malaise and much more during their discussion of Desperately Seeking Susan (1985).Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there’s that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover. Sarah Schroeder has called Los Angeles home for 22 years. She is a mother to a toddler and a pit mix, wife to a dude, lover of animals and television, friend to all. Professionally, she is the Director of Alumni Engagement for Columbia College Chicago. You can find her on Twitter (@Soignee) and LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/sarahschroeder).
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Snippet of '80s Movie Montage: S. 1 Ep. 19 - Beetlejuice With special guest Connor Cook, Anna and Derek chat about the merits of Michael Keaton's minimal screen-time in Tim Burton's horror-comedy classic Beetlejuice. The group also shares why ad-libbing comedic lines is one of the best ways to add personal flair to an otherwise spooky character.
Snippet of '80s Movie Montage: Ep. 24: Gremlins Anna, Derek, and their guest Justin Blomquist acknowledge the hard work that went into creating the infamous Gremlins before tying up some of the films' loose ends. The trio also addresses some exciting connections between the film's composer Jerry Goldsmith and other popular 80s flicks.
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Desperately Seeking Susan With special guest Sarah Schroeder, Anna and Derek talk about the success of Madonna as an actress and its relationship to her celebrity, if women today can still relate to Roberta&apos;s 1980s housewife malaise and much more during their discussion of Desperately Seeking Susan (1985).Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there’s that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover. Sarah Schroeder has called Los Angeles home for 22 years. She is a mother to a toddler and a pit mix, wife to a dude, lover of animals and television, friend to all. Professionally, she is the Director of Alumni Engagement for Columbia College Chicago. You can find her on Twitter (@Soignee) and LinkedIn (linkedin.com/in/sarahschroeder).
UHF With special guest Katie Sponseller, Anna and Derek discuss the glimmers of Cosmo Kramer in Stanley Spadowski, a &apos;Weird Al&apos; who&apos;s not so weird at all as George Newman--and that&apos;s not a bad thing!--plus so much more during their chat about the cult classic UHF (1989).Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there’s that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.  Katie Sponseller is a filmmaker and television production coordinator based out of Los Angeles, CA. She has worked on shows such as All Rise, Pam & Tommy, Mythic Quest, and Kidding. Her latest independent short film, Alone Together, has been featured at film festivals around the country and was recently nominated for Best Director, Best Screenplay, and the Grand Prize awards at the 2021 Midwest Film Festival. Watch the film now through The Shorts Network (https://tinyurl.com/yckjbu4k).
Little Shop of Horrors With special guest Sonia Gumuchian, Anna and Derek discuss when you should or shouldn&apos;t listen to screening audience opinions, the perfect casting that is Levi Stubbs and so much more during their chat of the movie adapted into a musical adapted back into a movie Little Shop of Horrors (1986). Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there’s that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.  Sonia Gumuchian is an independent writer and filmmaker based in Vancouver, Canada. She is a graduate of the USC School of Cinematic Arts and has worked at ABC Studios, HBO, FOX Broadcasting, and the Hallmark Channel. Her last short film premiered at the Austin Film Festival and screened at the Portland Comedy Film Festival among others. As an entertainment journalist, Sonia has covered red carpets and world premieres, including the Oscars and The Hunger Games, for various magazines. Repped by Ignite Artists Talent Agency, Sonia is currently developing scripted and unscripted content as a Digital Media & Development Content Creator at Anaid Productions in Vancouver. Find her on Instagram at @zeegum.
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade With special guest Heidi Hornbacher, Anna and Derek chat about the joyful nostalgia of packed movie theaters, the perfect casting of Sean Connery and Harrison Ford as father and son and so much more during their discussion of Steven Spielberg&apos;s Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989).  Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there’s that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.  Heidi Hornbacher is an award-winning director who has written numerous features, treatments, and TV pilots for various independent producers. She co-founded the Slamdance Script Clinic and she’s the lead screenwriting instructor and story coach for PageCraftWriting. Her clients include Emmy winners, Nicholl winners, TV legends, and regular people with something to say. Her short film, Washed Away, is streaming on Amazon Prime and her most recent script, Gristle, won Austin&apos;s Table Read My Screenplay Action/Adventure Genre among many other semi-finalist honors.
Better Off Dead... With special guest Megan J. Wilson, Anna and Derek discuss the sweetness of the Meyer family, Lane loving Monique for the certified badass she is, and  the successful patchwork of comedy styles in Savage Steve Holland&apos;s black comedy Better Off Dead... (1985).Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there’s that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.  Megan J. Wilson is an LA-based film and TV writer originally from Seattle. Her scripts have placed in the PAGE Award, Script Pipeline and Austin Film Festival competitions, she has written and produced a 6-episode web series (The Sanctum) and her work has been optioned. She writes bold action and action/comedy featuring women and people with mental illness. Megan is also active in the LA writing community, as co-founder of the League of Women Writers and board member of Chicks with Scripts.
Footloose With special guest Vasan Arul, Anna and Derek debate why Ariel just might be the true protagonist of this film, how an Oscar-winning songwriter can so easily pivot into screenwriting and more during their discussion of the tractor-fighting classic Footloose (1984).Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/80sMontagePodTwitter: https://twitter.com/80sMontagePodInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/80smontagepod/Anna Keizer and Derek Dehanke are the co-hosts of ‘80s Movie Montage. The idea for the podcast came when they realized just how much they talk – a lot – when watching films from their favorite cinematic era. Their wedding theme was “a light nod to the ‘80s,” so there’s that, too. Both hail from the Midwest but have called Los Angeles home for several years now. Anna is a writer who received her B.A. in Film/Video from Columbia College Chicago and M.A. in Film Studies from Chapman University. Her dark comedy short She Had It Coming was an Official Selection of 25 film festivals with several awards won for it among them. Derek is an attorney who also likes movies. It is a point of pride that most of their podcast episodes are longer than the movies they cover.  Vasan Arul is a writer based in Los Angeles. Drawn to screenwriting after seeing the show Community in high school, he loves reading and creating stories with the humor and heart to uplift people and give them something to enjoy after a long day. He particularly enjoys writing stories about growing up in the Bay Area, including his hometown-based pilot Assassins, selected as a finalist in the 2021 SF IndieFest Screenplay competition.
The Untouchables With special -- and returning! -- guest Jeff York, Anna and Derek chat about just how cool Andy Garcia is, what&apos;s a bridge too far when it comes to historical inaccuracies and more during their discussion of Brian De Palma&apos;s crime classic The Untouchables (1987).  Connect with &apos;80s Movie Montage on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram! It&apos;s the same handle for all three... @80smontagepod.
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure With special guest Adam Gonshorowski, Anna and Derek discuss how to mentally adjust to living in the past after experiencing the future, why George Carlin is criminally underused and much more during their season three premiere episode of Bill & Ted&apos;s Excellent Adventure (1989)!
The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension With special -- and returning! -- guest Owen Croak, Anna and Derek celebrate the final episode of season two with discussions of protagonists without character arcs, the morality of dating your dead spouse&apos;s twin sister and so much more during their exploration of the cult classic The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1984).
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