This week we break out our old cameras and go shooting with David Hemmings. But, what will the shutter see? Join us for Blow Up. We've launched a Patreon, so fans can now support the show and help keep the lights on at ISTYA towers. There are various benefits on offer, and we can assure you that Joe wearing his rubber dungarees isn't one of them. To sign up please visit https://www.patreon.com/istya If you want to contact the show, or simply have a chinwag with the chaps, then follow us on Twitter, join in the conversation on our Reddit page, or you can even contact us on good old email by sending your missives to - firstname.lastname@example.org
Rainy Night w/ Movie Streaming on Your Laptop | Old Classic Movies (Orson Welles The Stranger 1946) You just moved into this new place and got the office set up, but now it's late, and it's rainy outside and the rest of the boxes are still in the car... Thankfully you've got a blanket & pillow, so why not just stream an old movie on your laptop and sleep on the floor! Enjoy :) _____ Please subscribe for *DAILY* videos: https://bit.ly/31YtQPc Link to video: https://youtu.be/VZ8TyBrZu5Y ========= BEST 4 EARBUDS FOR LISTENING EXPERIENCE: ➤ Most affordable but still high-quality sound, noise-canceling Bluetooth earbuds - https://bit.ly/3AQohjH ➤ Premium 180Hr Playtime Bluetooth earbuds w/ overall best sound & quality construction - https://bit.ly/3KJIFqW ➤ Affordable in-ear style Bluetooth earbuds w/ great sound - https://bit.ly/3BbAalk ➤ Affordable over-ear style exercise Bluetooth earbuds w/ great sound - https://bit.ly/3CWrwc2 _________________ SOOTHING SOUNDzzz ON SOCAL MEDIA: TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@soothingsounds000?lang=en Instagram https://www.instagram.com/soothingsoundzzz/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Soothing-Soundzzz-271614694688828/ Spotify (Podcast) https://open.spotify.com/show/6vHMEcA5DQdriv4SBNePwe ______________________ ABOUT: This channel is dedicated to making soothing audio, nature sounds, and relaxing ambiance to help people sleep better, fight insomnia, reduce stress, relieve anxiety, focus, study, read, ASMR, meditate, and more. #rainynight #oldmoviedialogue #classicmovie #classicmovies #oldmovies #oldmovie #sleepmeditation #cozyambience #fallasleepfast #relaxingambience #relaxingsounds #soothingsoundzzz
The movie: Gilda (1946) Joshua and Ian watch Rita Hayworth not give a damn as they ponder what a prison in Maine has to do with it. Will they have to tunnel their way out of this one? Just how stupid are men when it comes to love?
Excitement abounds when a man sleeps through the first half of the movie he is hosting a podcast about - it's a thrilling, fumbling conversation about 1957's An Affair to Remember! Featuring Shrishma Naik, Carolyn Naoroz, Katherine Sherlock, and Justin Zeppa. An Affair to Remember was directed by Leo McCarey and stars Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr.NEW EPISODES START FEBRUARY 1, 2023! SEE YOU THERE! Join us on Patreon at the Boom Room for exclusive, ad-free bonus content in the form of super-deluxe length episodes: patreon.com/oldmovietimemachine We appreciate your support, so please subscribe, rate, review, and follow the show: Instagram: @timemachinepodcasts Facebook: facebook.com/oldmovietimemachine Email: email@example.com Buy our luxurious merchandise: www.teepublic.com/user/old-movie-time-machine ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Behold our final episode of not only this 3-part holiday bonus special, but also the final episode of Season 3. For fun last night, I used a calculator to add up the number of installments of Watch With Jen that have been uploaded in the show's history so far & was stunned to discover that this one is number 170! That's A LOT of conversations about film, you guys, & I want to thank you so much for digging it & joining us along the way. I hope you will return for what is shaping up to be a thrilling Season 4! Today's episode involves a handful of larger-than-life figures that most of us in the past few generations grew up loving in the form of Tennessee Williams, Richard Burton, Ava Gardner, Deborah Kerr, John Huston, Elvis Presley, & Angela Lansbury. Joining me to discuss the newly released & remastered edition of THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA, we have my very good friend & one of the show's most frequent guests, author William (Bill) Boyle, plus one of the greatest film writers & Elvis experts working today, the wondrous Sheila O'Malley on BLUE HAWAII. Sheila & I had a ball tackling the scandalous world of sexy, violent pre-code Hollywood midway into the second season & I was so honored to have her back once again to cover a topic she's so passionate & knowledgeable about. Both Bill & Sheila will be back in Season 4, as will all of the other guests you heard this week, & I know you'll get a kick out of this chatty, celebratory, funny, & eye-opening roughly 52-minute episode. Originally Posted on Patreon (12/22/22) here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/watch-with-jen-76243968
Miracle on 34th Street (1955) Santa Claus (Versus the Devil) (1959) Scrooge (1935) Santa Claus Conquers the Martians (1964) Follow me for more content on these platforms! Twitter- https://twitter.com/Insideforwalls GETTR-https://gettr.com/user/inside4walls Odysee-https://odysee.com/@Inside4WallsPodcast:b?r=8Q3Pisvk4mhP2MbroVhjHeFvQnAXXcLo Rumble-https://rumble.com/account/content?type=all Bit-Chute-https://www.bitchute.com/channel/RdNlJ0sz1DVY/ Locals.com-https://locals.com/member/Inside4Walls Instagram-https://www.instagram.com/inside4walls_podcast/?hl=en Truth Social-https://truthsocial.com/@Inside4Walls FaceBook- @Inside4Walls --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/outofypsi/support
The movie: Holiday Inn (1942) Happy Festivus! To celebrate this day for the rest of us, we watch this classic tale of a lazy Bing Crosby and his hotel that's only open on holidays. How terrible of a business model is this? Does it look better from the back?
The holiday season reaches new heights of useless crooning and dancing in 1954's White Christmas! Featuring Shrishma Naik, Carolyn Naoroz, and Justin Zeppa. White Christmas was directed by Michael Curtiz and stars Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. Join us on Patreon at the Boom Room for exclusive, ad-free bonus content in the form of super-deluxe length episodes: patreon.com/oldmovietimemachine We appreciate your support, so please subscribe, rate, review, and follow the show: Instagram: @timemachinepodcasts Facebook: facebook.com/oldmovietimemachine Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Buy our luxurious merchandise: www.teepublic.com/user/old-movie-time-machine ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
What do you mean there are no more new Hallmark Christmas movies? That's right, friends. We've reached that point in the calendar when all the new holiday movies have been aired. So what do we watch now? Well, don't despair! I'm here with Alonso Duralde, holiday movie expert, to help! Alonso is a film critic, podcaster, and author. He's the film reviews editor for The Wrap, co-host of several movie-related podcasts including Linoleum Knife, Maximum Film, Breakfast All Day, A Film and a Movie, and my favorite, Deck the Hallmark. He's also the author of Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas and co-author of I'll Be Home for Christmas Movies. What I'm saying is that he knows movies, and he was kind enough to join me on The Couch to share his expertise. And he didn't even mock me . . . much . . . for my own lack of classic movies expertise. Before we get started, if you've been missing my reviews of this year's new holiday movies, they do exist! This year's review episodes, where I've been joined by friends of the show Anna Rendell, Emily Humphries, Dorina Gilmore, Jen Babakhan, Tori Rask, and Latasha Ferguson, are over on Patreon. So give yourself a Christmas present and join the Patreon community! You'll get all those review episodes, plus monthly bonus episodes, an exclusive monthly movie watch party, a monthly What to Watch Guide, access to every download in my resource library, and more! Head over to marycarver.com/patreon to join us! All right, let's get started. MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE: The classic holiday movies on this list ALSO MENTIONED: A Christmas Story 8-Bit Christmas The ultimate White Christmas soundtrack Turner Classic Movies (TCM) NOT-SO-GUILTY PLEASURES: The Holiday Trap by Roan Parrish Movie trailers (especially this one for Spirited) DON'T FORGET: Join The Couch on Facebook! It's so much fun! Find Alonso on Twitter or at The Wrap, and listen to him on the Linoleum Knife, Deck the Hallmark, Maximum Film, and Breakfast All Day podcasts. And you can find me on Instagram at @marycarver or at marycarver.com. Welcome to The Couch! This post may include affiliate links. This means that if you click and purchase, I might receive a small commission at no extra charge to you.
It's the first-ever Classic Movie Clash and what better way to start than with The Godfather versus Goodfellas?! Anthrax drummer Charlie Benante, Fozzy bassist PJ Farley, and Tom G. and Zeus from the Shout It Out Loud podcast join to debate both classic mafia movies! They've got great trivia, hilarious impressions, favorite scenes and performances (Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, James Caan, Ray Liotta, Robert DeNiro, and Joe Pesci), and some serious analysis about the writing, direction (Francis Ford Coppola and Martin Scorsese), cinematography, and casting. They discuss similarities and differences, and finally vote for a favorite. Please support our sponsors!Mint Mobile: cut your wireless bill to $15 per month at https://www.mintmobile.com/jerichoToyota: Visit https://toyota.com/GRFamily to find your perfect Toyota!FanDuel: download the FanDuel app & use promo code JERICHO to get a “No Sweat First Bet” up to $1000Cynch: download the Cynch app or go https://www.cynch.com/ and get your first tank exchange for $10 with code JERICHO.Bosch Tools: learn more at https://www.boschtools.com/us/en/SlingTV: check out https://www.sling.com/ for special offers STAY CONNECTED:TikTok: @TalkIsJerichoInstagram: @chrisjerichofozzyTwitter: @TalkIsJericho @IAmJerichoYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChrisJerichoFozzyhttps://www.webisjericho.com/
Book Vs. Movie: The Bishop's WifeThe 1928 novel by Robert Nathan Vs. the 1947 Classic Cary Grant FilmIt's December at Book Vs. Movie, and we are excited about covering holiday-themed films, including this selection--The Bishop's Wife. The original novella was written by Robert Nathan in 1928 and is the story of a preacher, Henry Boughman, who dreams of building a huge cathedral at the expense of his relationship with his wife, Julia. An angel, Michael, appears to help Henry and his family learn that family & love is more important than status. In the meantime, Michael Falls in love with Julia and is distraught to hear they can never have a “mortal love.” Julia decides to try for another baby to fulfill her needs. The book is an exploration of faith with vivid conversations between the preacher and a Jewish businessman and Professor Wutheridge, who both wish to find out the source of why he is so single-focused on religious expression. The movie features child actors from the recently released It's a Wonderful Life. It took some liberties from the book and focused more on the possible romance of Julia and “Dudley” (Cary Grant in a typically amazing performance).” The film was directed by Henry Koster and stars David Niven and Loretta Young. So, which did we prefer between the original story and the movie? This episode is sponsored by Kensington's newest romance novel by acclaimed South African author Therese Beharrie, And They Lived Happily Ever After, about a romance novelist, Gaia Anders, who has an active dream life. Everything she dreams she puts into her stories doubles as her love life. Gaia's waking life can't compare to her dreams. Her childhood was incredibly lonely, and she is very shy about romance until she meets her best friend's brother, Jacob Scott. Jacob is a workaholic with no time for relationships, but he crushes hard for Aiden and wonders how to get her attention. Jacob has his demons to conquer as he begins to share his dreams with Gaia literally.Can they find love while uncovering personal hard truths? The story takes place in modern-day Cape Town, South Africa, and you can follow her on ThereseBeharrie.com. Follow the hashtag #OwnVoices Rom-Com to learn about Therese and other romance authors of color. In this ep the Margos discuss:The life of writer Robert Nathan and his famous relativesThe theme of religious devotion in the early 20th Century in the U.S. The main differences between the novella & film. Starring: David Niven (Bishop Henry Brougham,) Loretta Young (Julia,) Cary Grant (Dudley,) Monty Woolley (Professor Wutheridge,) James Gleason (Sylvester,) Gladys Cooper (Mrs. Agnes Hamilton,) Elsa Lanchester (Matilda,) Sarah Haden (Mrs. Duffy,) Karolyn Grimes (Debby,) and Robert J. Anderson. Clips used:Cary Grant meets DebbyThe Bishop's Wife trailerThe kids play snowballDudley flirts with JuliaPreacher Henry gives a sermonMusic by The Robert Mitchell Boys Choir Book Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at email@example.comMargo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com firstname.lastname@example.orgMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
Book Vs. Movie: Snow WhiteThe Grimms Fairy Tales Version Vs. the 1937 Disney ClassicIn December, we cover Disney and what better adaptation to discuss than one of the greatest feature-length animated films of all time? 1937's Snow White is considered a masterpiece of storytelling by Walt Disney, who believed in the future of animation and created a studio empire with the popularity of the film's release. The original story starts with Grimm's Fairy Tales, a collection of 1800s and earlier stories that were passed down from generation to and were often violent and today might be labeled “too scary” for kids. The Brothers Grimm (Jacob & Willhelm) Their first collection was published in 1812, and the brothers fought for decades to teach and discuss German history and folklore and unified the German language. Their active years were from 1812-1858. For context, France invaded Germany at the time, and the brothers wanted to save their culture and traditions. Later, they were seen as a building block for Germany which attempted to rule the world twice in the 20th Century. Snow White's origin story is that of a little girl with a stepmother jealous of her beauty. The stepmother is an evil Queen and sends a huntsman to kill her (she is seven years old, by the way) and bring back her lungs and liver as proof. The huntsman loses his nerve and instead sets her free in the woods. She spent the next ten years taking care of seven dwarves. When the Evil Queen discovers Snow is alive, the queen (who practices black magic) schemes to kill her through a few different methods, finally having a poisoned apple as a successful weapon. The dwarves put Snow in a glass coffin and guard her. Eventually, she meets a Prince who saves her life, and they wed. Disney first saw the story as a silent film in 1915 and was determined to bring it to the big screen. The effort took hundreds of people, dozens of $5 “gags,” millions of film cells. The movie was called “Disney's Folly” for its rumored $1.5 million budget. However, it was a smash hit from the start and is now considered one of the greatest movies of all time. So between the Fairy Tale and the 1937 film? Have a listen to find out!Kensington Books and the novel Colorado Country by Diana Palmer sponsor this episode!New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer takes readers to Christmastime in Colorado with two of her celebrated novellas in one collection featuring solitary, silent cowboys who find their restless hearts tamed by women of uncommon grace and strength. This a gift for readers who love heartwarming contemporary romance, gorgeous rugged cowboys, and fans of Carolyn Brown, Linda Lael Miller, and Delores Fossen. Meadow Dawson is struggling to manage the enormous ranch she just inherited. Too bad she's not on speaking terms with the one man who can help her out. Cattleman Dal Blake wishes Meadow's dog would quit digging under his fence—and that his pretty neighbor wasn't just as good at getting under his skin. . . Widowed schoolteacher Katy is starting over with her young daughter, and she knows the perfect place—her grandmother's Colorado ranch. A runaway Palomino brings reclusive horse wrangler Parker to her door. Parker knows all there is to know about horses, but with Katy, he's learning about the gift of family.Diana Palmer is the author of over 100 books and was voted one of the top 10 romance writers with over 40 million books in print. She is known as the “queen of desperado quests for justice and true love” (Publisher's Weekly) You can find her at Diana Palmer.com. In this ep the Margos discuss:Grimm Brothers and antisemitism The major differences between the book and the movieWalt Disney and his first big feature hitThe 1937 cast: Adriana Caselotti (Snow White,) Lucille La Verne (Evil Queen,) Harry Stockwell (The Prince,) Pinto Colvig (Grumpy & Sleepy,) Scotty Mattraw (Bashful,) Billy Gilbert (Sneezy,) Eddie Collins (Dopey,) Moroni Olsen (The Magic Mirror) and Stuart Buchanan as the Hunstman. Clips used:Snow White meets the dwarfsSnow White and the Seven Dwarfs 1937 original trailer with DisneyEvil Queen finds out Snow White is aliveEvil Queen offers poisoned apple“Heigh-Ho”Music by Frank Churchill, Paul J. Smith, Leigh Harline, and Larry Morey.Book Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at email@example.com Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com firstname.lastname@example.orgMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
Book Vs. Movie“It's a Wonderful Life”(2018 replay ep) The Margos get out their hankies and talk about another holiday classic“No man is a failure who has friends.” The Margos wanted to fit in one more holiday movie this year, and what better way to celebrate than with the number one weepie of all time--It's a Wonderful Life? (Yes, it was based on a short story The Greatest Gift by Philip Van Doren Stern and you can read it for yourself in under 15 minutes.)The Greatest Gift is the story of a man named George Bailey who wants to commit suicide. An unnamed stranger gives George his wish to see what life would be like if he had never been born. In the end, he chooses life. Van Doren Stern wrote this short story (which took him several years to finish) in 1944; at first, he could not find anyone willing to publish it. Eventually, he self-published 200 pamphlets and sent them as Christmas cards to family and friends.Director Frank Capra eventually landed the property and decided to completely revamp the story to include George's childhood and more. It is now considered a classic film, but at the time, it was a bit of a box office failure, and Capra never really had the opportunity to see how his work influenced generations of storytellers for decades now.In this show, we discuss the differences between the short story and the film. Which version did the Margos like better? Check out the link below to find out!In this ep the Margos discuss :The backstory of author Phillip Van Doren Stern and how his holiday pamphlet turned into a beloved movie.Director Frank Capra and his hard work getting the film madeThe stellar cast includes Jimmy Stewart (George Bailey,) Donna Reed (Mary Bailey,) Lionel Barrymore (Mr. Potter,) Thomas Mitchell (Uncle Billy,) Henry Travers (Clarence,) Gloria Grahame (Violet), and Beulah Bondi (Mrs. Bailey.)Clips used:It's a Wonderful Life trailerGeorge and Mary sing “Buffalo Gals”Mr. Gower hits young GeorgeClarence explains being “Angel Second Class”George wants to live againOutro Music: Buffalo Gals by The Pickard FamilyBook Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at email@example.comBrought to you by Audible.com You can sign up for a FREE 30-day trial here http://www.audible.com/?source_code=PDTGBPD060314004RMargo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com firstname.lastname@example.orgMargo P. @ShesNachoMama http://thechingonahomesteader.weebly.com/
Book Vs. Movie: Freaky FridayThe Mary Rogers Children's Classic Vs. the 1976 & 2003 Disney AdaptationsIn December (because we have covered just about every holiday-themed Christmas, New Year, Thanksgiving, and Hannukah film we can find)! The Margos turn our attention to all things Disney, and this year we begin with the classic Freaky Friday by Mary Rogers, which has been adapted a few times since its 1972 publication. Rogers, whose father was composer Richard Rogers, had a full career as a composer, screenwriter, and children's novelist with successes on stage like Once Upon a Mattress which ran on Broadway in 1959 and later toured the world. In 1972 she contributed to the Marlo Thomas album Free to Be You and Me (William's Doll) before completing Freaky Friday. The story of 13-year-old Annabel Andrews, who switches bodies with her mother only to discover being a parent is much harder than it looks. Annabell finds out her father is sexist and runs her mother ragged with demands on home life. Ultimately, she discovers that it was her mother the whole time who caused the body switch to show Annabel that she has her best interests in mind. The 1976 film stars Jodie Foster as Annabel and Barbara Harris as her mother, Ellen, with a screenplay by Rogers. One big difference is that the movie takes place in California versus New York City. Oh, and the racism casually featured in the book. (It's a big yikes there!) It was a huge hit that garnered several Golden Globes Awards nominations. In 1995, Shelly Long and Gaby Hoffman lead in the second adaptation. The 2003 film stars Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan and was a huge hit that is problematic today. So between them all--which did we like better? Have a listen to find out!Kensington Books and the novel Colorado Country by Diana Palmer sponsor this episode!New York Times bestselling author Diana Palmer takes readers to Christmastime in Colorado with two of her celebrated novellas in one collection featuring solitary, silent cowboys who find their restless hearts tamed by women of uncommon grace and strength. This a gift for readers who love heartwarming contemporary romance, gorgeous rugged cowboys, and fans of Carolyn Brown, Linda Lael Miller, and Delores Fossen. Meadow Dawson is struggling to manage the enormous ranch she just inherited. Too bad she's not on speaking terms with the one man who can help her out. Cattleman Dal Blake wishes Meadow's dog would quit digging under his fence—and that his pretty neighbor wasn't just as good at getting under his skin. . . Widowed schoolteacher Katy is starting over with her young daughter, and she knows the perfect place—her grandmother's Colorado ranch. A runaway Palomino brings reclusive horse wrangler Parker to her door. Parker knows all there is to know about horses, but with Katy, he's learning about the gift of family.Diana Palmer is the author of over 100 books and was voted one of the top 10 romance writers with over 40 million books in print. She is known as the “queen of desperado quests for justice and true love” (Publisher's Weekly) You can find her at Diana Palmer.com. In this ep the Margos discuss:The interesting life of the author Mary RogersThe casual racism in the story and how it differs from the various adaptationWhich version do we like best?The 1976 cast Jodie Foster (Annabel,) Barbara Harris (Ellem,) John Astin (Bill,) Patsy Kelly (Mrs. Schmauss,) Dick Van Patten (Harold Jennings,) Sorrell Booke (Mr. Dilk,) and Sparky Marcus as Ben. The 2003 cast Jamie Lee Curtis (Tess Coleman,) Lindsy Lohan (Anna Coleman,) Harold Gould (Alan Coleman,) Chad Michael Murray (Jake,) Rosalind Chao (Pei Pei,) Mark Harmon (Ryan,) Stephen Tobolowsky (Mr. Elton Bates,) and Willie Garson as Evan.Clips used:“I Wish I Could Change Places with You” 1976Freaky Friday 1977 TV AdAnnabelle & Ellen switchAnnabel in the diner with her friends1976 car chase sceneFreaky Friday 2003 trailer2003 Pei Pei “Let's Hit Her!” Tess and Anna in the car (french fries)Music “I'd Like to Be You for a Day”Book Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at email@example.com Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com firstname.lastname@example.orgMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
The movie: The Muppet Movie (1979) Ian and Joshua get a little meta and search for Myth as they learn the story of how the Muppets got their start. Is Miss Piggy just toxic and abusive? Is Rowlf actually playing that piano? Why was Dr. Honeydew creating what was essentially Viagra? Will Animal's head ever shrink back down after all that Viagra?
The movie: 9 to 5 (1980) Time to watch this classic working movie to see if anything has really changed in 40+ years when it comes to equality and fair treatment in the workplace. Or maybe we can just take notes on the best way to keep our boss tied up.
Some games based on movies try to faithfully adapt the events of the film; others invent new scenes to pad out their runtime. And a select few throw the script in the garbage and invent their own version of events, and it's that last category that Chris Baker joins us this week to discuss. Then we'll talk more about Pokémon Scarlet and Violet; get into Gungrave GORE, The Devil in Me, and Evil West; and take a last-minute look at Black Friday game deals and the Nintendo franchises you think are due for an overhaul.
The movie: Meet Me in St. Louis (1944) Ian and Joshua go all wholesome and see what Judy Garland was like outside of Oz. Joshua gets a bit creeped out by some toy monkeys, and Ian hopes they really do wind up at the World's Fair.
We're going back to the 1950s this week with Roman Holiday, starring Gregory Peck, Audrey Hepburn and Eddie Albert. Princess Ann reaches her breaking point while on a European tour and sneaks out (making sure to bring her little white gloves) to do "silly things" and enjoy life for a change. Podcast artwork by Anna Eggleton of Treehouse Lettering & Design.
Part 1: Zach and Michael talk about movies they saw this week, including: Cadejo Blanco, Tar and My Father's Dragon.Part 2 (45:08): The group continues their Films by Ernst Lubitsch series with 1931's The Smiling Lieutenant.See movies discussed in this episode here.Don't want to listen? Watch the podcast on our YouTube channel.Also follow us on:FacebookTwitterLetterboxd
Christmas is in the air, and we've got just the right movie recommendations to get you feeling festive in time for the holidays. From established classics to new movies, these 65 films will surely help your family enjoy the magic of Christmas even more!IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:Reader recommended Christmas moviesAhna's top-rated Hallmark Christmas movies5 best Christmas films of all timeRESOURCES/LINKS MENTIONED:Finding Father Christmas: shorturl.at/qMOSWThe Christmas Ornament: shorturl.at/dfsKTMidnight Masquerade: shorturl.at/nOQ0312 Dates of Christmas: shorturl.at/inyOXThe Most Wonderful Time of the Year: shorturl.at/emZ29The Knight Before Christmas: https://tinyurl.com/cfhnbdyeHoliday In The Wild: shorturl.at/lLSV8A Castle For Christmas: shorturl.at/ltR27Operation Christmas Drop: shorturl.at/ijr37Holidate: https://tinyurl.com/2y2dfepjWhite Christmas: shorturl.at/afoPUA Christmas Prince: shorturl.at/bcSW7The Princess Switch: shorturl.at/ejnC9Single All The Way: shorturl.at/dptzLChristmas With A Prince: shorturl.at/puwGQDie Hard: shorturl.at/abhkSIron Man 3: shorturl.at/bjwxYLove Hard: shorturl.at/ayPQ9A Boy Called Christmas: shorturl.at/nJLSXKlaus: shorturl.at/aenRYA Very Nutty Christmas: shorturl.at/kpxGSNoelle: shorturl.at/emqGNChristmas Chronicles: shorturl.at/stvJWThe Holiday Calendar: shorturl.at/pwxOSGet the chance to win a $100 Amazon gift card as we celebrate the upcoming 100th episode of the imPERFECTLY emPOWERED podcast. Visit https://hammersnhugs.com/100-episode-giveaway to enter and splurge just in time for Christmas!CONNECT WITH US:Website: http://www.hammersnhugs.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/AhnaFulmerHammersNHugsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ahnafulmer/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hammersnhugsContact The Show!Website: https://hammersnhugs.com/imperfectly-empowered-podcast/Email: email@example.com*NEW* IG: https://www.instagram.com/ahnafulmer
Jose Ferrer won an Academy Award for his performance in the lead role. Cyrano is a poet, a soldier, a scientist, a playwright and the most feared swordsman in Paris, but his ugliness prevents him from pursuing the woman he loves. Instead, he lends his words to a handsome but tongue-tied friend who also has his eye on the beautiful Roxanne. Edmond Rostand's famous story is more than a romantic comedy; it's a celebration of courage, nonconformity and idealism. We think Cyrano will inspire you as much as he does us. Follow us and contact us on Twitter: @screeningroomCD Instagram: @screeningroomwithchetanddee Join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/210852346666226/?ref=share_group_link
The movie: Dr. Goldfoot and the Bikini Machine (1965) Ian and Joshua explore the world of forgotten '60s parody with this strange mix of spy flick and beach party spectacular. They also debate the weight of gold and the importance of Vincent Price.
THE HYPER SPACE returns with THE PSYCHO SPACE, our discussion of the legacy of the Psycho franchise! Check in to the Bates Motel and join us as we discuss the films and the various off-shoots and spin-offs of this venerable horror franchise that has spanned the last 6 decades! Oh, and don't take a shower...
In this episode, CC & Skills is joined by two-time Amazon best-selling author, Joe Mac. Joe talks about his recent retirement from the U.S. Navy after serving 20 years. He will be releasing his new book, Mentally Discharged, where he shares his 20-year battle with mental health in the military. Mentally Discharge will be available for sale November 11, 2022 at www.joemacspeaks.com www.wiggzworks.comwww.teamwhen.com
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Book Vs. Movie: The Witches Roald Dahl's 1983 Children's Novel Vs. the 1990 Nicolas Roeg Cult Classic FilmThe Margos finish October's month of spooky books and movies with 1983's The Witches by Roald Dahl (a favorite of this podcast!) This is one of his last works before his death in 1990 and is based on his love for his mother, Sofie Dahl. Stephen Roxburgh edited the work, and Quentin Blake's illustrations received great praise at the time though the story was thought to be “misogynistic.” It's now known as a modern classic. The story of an unnamed boy who lives with his Norweigian grandmother after his parents are killed and learns about witches who are ALL female and eat children is---intense. He learns that witches all over the world behave differently and that his being sent to an English school might make him vulnerable to the Grand Vulnerable High Witch of All the World. The story has kids turning into mice, magic potions, wigs, pea soup, and so much more weirdness, and an ending that might be more off-putting than encouraging. Nicolas Roeg directed the 1990 film that was considered a box office disappointment because it had a different ending than the book (happier, which Dahl completely hated and should not be a surprise considering what we knew about him) but is now considered a classic. Between the 1983 novel and 1990--which did we like better? You have to listen to find out!!This episode is sponsored by Kensington Books and A Ghost in Shining Armor, the novel by Therese Beharrie.ROM-COM WITH A TOUCH OF MAGIC: This Cape Town-set rom-com is the second in a duology about two South African sisters who were separated as children when one was adopted and the other went into foster care. After reuniting as adults, they learn they've each developed unique abilities. The previous book focused on the sister who can manifest her dreams. This book revolves around Gemma, who can see and communicate with ghosts. FOR FANS OF: This #OwnVoices romantic comedy is ideal for fans of authors who have found success blending romance, comedy, and more weighty real-world issues, such as Jasmine Guillory, Abby Jimenez, Helen Hoang, & Alisha Rai. Readers who enjoy authors bringing new perspectives to the world of romance, such as Talia Hibbert and Erin Sterling will also be pleased. Once haunted . . . Gemma Daniels has never been quite the “down to earth” woman her adoptive parents raised her to be. She even has a unique gift: she can see ghosts and likes helping them settle their unfinished business. But the hotter-than-hot stranger she impulsively kisses on a bet is not only a phantom; he's determined to help her. And the only way Gemma can explain his presence is to pretend they're a real-life couple. Twice shy . . . Levi Walker lived—and died—to save his sister. Now he's got a second chance at life if he assists Gemma in reuniting with her long-lost sibling . . . and then never sees Gemma again. But as he starts to enjoy her irrepressible personality, he's finding it hard to abide by any rules at all . . . Gemma is thrilled to be getting to know her sister, but it causes a family rift she may be unable to heal. On top of that, she's falling for a ghost with a dilemma. Levi must decide what loyalty—and living—is truly all about. Gemma and Levi must risk being real with each other to fix their mistakes if they are ever to claim true love.Visit her online at Therese Beharrie and on Twitter @ThereseBeharrie.In this ep the Margos discuss:The life of Roald DahlThe plot of the story versus the 1990 filmThe controversy around the movie and why it is considered a classic filmThe cast: Anjelica Huston (Ena Ernst/The Grand High Witch,) Mai Zetterling (Helga Eveshim,) Jasen Fisher (Luke Eveshim,) Rowan Atkinson (Mr. Stringer,) Brenda Blethyn Mrs. Jenkins,) Charlie Potter (Bruno) and Jane Horrocks as Miss Susan Irvine. Clips used:“Maximum Results!!”The Witches 1990 trailer “Hello Little Bruno”The baby carriage sceneLuke becomes a mouseThey all eat the soupMusic by Stanley MyersBook Vs. Movie is part of the Frolic Podcast Network. Find more podcasts you will love Frolic.Media/podcasts. Join our Patreon page to help support the show! https://www.patreon.com/bookversusmovie Book Vs. Movie podcast https://www.facebook.com/bookversusmovie/Twitter @bookversusmovie www.bookversusmovie.comEmail us at firstname.lastname@example.org Margo D. @BrooklynFitChik www.brooklynfitchick.com email@example.comMargo P. @ShesNachoMama https://coloniabook.weebly.com/ Our logo was designed by Madeleine Gainey/Studio 39 Marketing Follow on Instagram @Studio39Marketing & @musicalmadeleine
133 - Cortlandt Hull Interview, Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum, The Phantom of the Opera: Unmasking the Masterpiece On this episode, Steven interviewed the wonderful Corlandt Hull at Monster Bash, in June of 2022. Mr. Hull is the great nephew of film actor Henry Hull. We talk about his great uncle, the Witch's Dungeon Classic Movie Museum, and two of the documentaries that he directed, The Phantom of the Opera: Unmasking the Masterpiece, and The Aurora Monsters: The Model Craze That Gripped the World! To learn more about the Witch's Dungeon and to support it, then please go to www.preservehollywood.org. Please send feedback to DieCastMoviePodcast@gmail.com or leave us a message on our Facebook page. Thanks for listening!
It's time for this month's Tailoring Talk Bondathon episode and it's a very full house as Phil, Jon, Alex, Rich and I review the 8th 007 James Bond movie: yes it's time for Live and Let Die!WARNING: This episode contains a vast amount of spoilers so if you haven't seen Live and Let Die and don't want to know what happens, go watch the movie and come back to the episode straight after!The episode starts with a pre-amble that had to be included for your amusement, but there is also some Tailoring Talk as Bobby and Rich mention things they've been wearing recently amongst other things... This start to finish run through of Roger Moore's first 007 outing includes the boys discussing the outfits, gadgets, villains and Bond girls plus all the key plot points... and going off on the usual tangents including 50 Shades of Grey. Weirdly.Enjoy!Get in touch! Got a particular Bond film you love? Would you like to be on the show to review and discuss it with Roberto and our co-hosts? Then what are you waiting for, get in touch! Email Roberto at firstname.lastname@example.org or get in touch via the show's new Instagram page @tailoringtalkpodcast ! Links:Roberto on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/robertorevillalondonTailoring Talk on Instagram http://www.instagram.com/tailoringtalkpodcastConnect with Philip Rahman on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/philip-rahman-276b871/The Play Pause Turn Podcast https://playpauseturn.showPlay Pause Turn on Twitter https://twitter.com/playpauseturnJon Evans https://twitter.com/jonprevans Alex Hansford https://twitter.com/alexhansfordRichard Gore on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/richgoreclothingCredits:Tailoring Talk intro and outro music by Wataboy on PixabayProduced & Edited by Roberto RevillaLive and Let Die is an EON ProductionThe Theme Live and Let Die was written by Paul & Linda McCartney and performed by Paul McCartney & Wings, Copyright EMI United Artists Catalog Inc. and Mpl Communications Inc.Support the show
The Break Room (FRIDAY 10/21/22) 8am Hour Includes: 1) We've heard stories of a ton of businesses around the greater Rochester area doing this illegally. Why does it seem like this town is the only one cracking down? 2) The more specific the threat, the scarier it becomes. What would someone have to say to you to get you to dial 911? 3) Happy Back To The Future Day!
When is a hostess club just a hostess club? Have you been skydiving? What are your plans on December 7th, 1941? Just asking. Our gaydar shatters from off the chart readings as we review From Here To Eternity. The Next Movie is Master And Commander: On The Far Side of The World.
This week we're joined once again by one of our favorite guests, Ethan Williams, as we do a deep dive into John Carpenter's "The Thing." A classic horror film that pushed the boundaries of practical effects and suspenseful storytelling, "The Thing" stars Kurt Russel, Keith David, Wilford Brimley, TK Carter, and more. As time as past, this film has become more and more of classic, but we're here to ask...But Is It Good?If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at email@example.com, @biigpodcast on twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on instagram!
People are strange in Santa Carla. Apparently more that usual. Makes sense for the murder capital of the world. The Lost Boys shows us that under the weird clothes, rich, poor, big, or small. We all taste the same to Vampires. So call your husky, don't invite anyone in to your house and do a weapons check. Oh and if your brother is sleeping in, staying up late, becoming interested in girls and spills milk in the kitchen he's probably a vampire so you better kill him. •0:00:00 - Introductions•0:02:45 - Memories of first viewing•0:08:15 - Pertinent movie details •0:14:00 - Critical and fan reviews•0:25:00 - Scene by scene breakdown •1:36:00 - Modern day ratings——————————————————————**If you need a website, look no further than the amazing company who made ours. Driving Cap Digital http://drivingcapdigital.com——————————————————————**Cedar Ridge Distillery- Go check out our sponsor and order some whiskey. http://cedarridgewhiskey.com——————————————————————**Visit us at Http://confusedbreakfast.com or leave a voicemail about your thoughts of the show! 319.804.9596——————————————————————**Support us at http://patreon.com/confusedbreakfast like these fine people-Robin Fawcett, Dane, Joel, Nick Merulla, Mark Prior, Keerlana, Elisha, Nick Fulkerson, Camden Griffith, Francisco Rivera, Cameron Jay, Bud Larsen, BigBigAndy, Katie Beeks, Travis Hunziker, Mr. and Mrs. Roommate, Cale James, Jason Davis, Shaun Dixon, Emilio Perez, Skyler Brunssen, Jordan Hooten, Brynna Misener, Willie Cox III, Jenel Lewis, Joe Thomas, Chris DeAro, Marshall G, Mitch Cavanaugh, Josh Miller, Condumb, Jason Botsford, Stephen Moore, Chris Prior, Paul DeAro, Jason Hahn, Travis Scanlan, , Michael Hodde, Gary McCarthy, Corey Vaughn, Ranger Rick and Suebaloo, Damien Zemek, Zachary Hearon, Dallas B, Revis, David Waggoner, Jeni Wilson, Tim Nash, Mike Zachar, Duane Van, Robert Vens, Joey Piemonte, David Waters, Allen Cross, negaduck, ZerophoniK, Amy N, Ryan O, Samuel Miller, David Gould, John Devlin, Zachary Jones, Seth Murray, Tina Hansen, Leeloo Dallas Multipass, Lance Davis, Jesse Anderson, MikeBeingMike, Dale Prystupa, Lana Kropf, Derek Foreal, Mike Wheeler, Andrew Sawtell, Mike Oxhard, Gerret Layoff, Aaron Baker, Ryan Grabski, Michael Nash, Adam Bathon, Ryan Weaver, Quinton Moore, Aaron Vandergriff, Joseph Morris, Zach Evans, Willard Brown, Justin Wooley, Todd Fatjo, Jared Bushman, Melinda Miller, Luke Bittues, SHADOWxViking, Rachel Heintz, Bailey Rome, Merkie, Tyler Darke, John Miller, Caleb Kampsen, Dean Roan, Austin Hartman, Jason Ruby Rod Rodgers, Chris M, Cody Kirker, Chris Kleman, Louie Loniewski, Alexandra Hemingway, Starling, Jessica Hlavinka, Tiffany, Tanner Gray, Quincy Mullen, David Amodei, Koby Cochran, Matthew Rosendahl, Jon Martinez, Jackson M, Jamie Young, Spaceballs the Username, Erin, Todd, Richard Harding, Brandon Anderson, Captain Chunk, Justin Logan, Bryant Wayland, Jacob Stahl, Carson Krueger, Aaron Hamblin, Alex Navarro, Richard Burciaga, Steven Andrew Gibson, Peter Fitz, Jay Bender, Stephen Gaydos, Steve Bland, Totally Not Interested, Andy M, Chris Nelson, Sean Galbreath, Matt Cruz, Terry Pyatt, Olivia Sauberan, G, Kyle Donnelly, Kyle Eberle, Tyler Kenepp, Jose Leusch, Robert Ross, Steve Primm and Jacob Collins. You are the best. You will always be number 1 in our hearts. Thank you.
We've got a really fun episode this week! We look at fun facts about one of my favorite animals, the sloth! Y'all know I'm a huge fan of classic movie monsters, and this week we take a look at the top 10 classic movie monsters, as well as the top 10 halloween candies! We also look at a fascinating story about men's sheds for mental health. Men, we've got to start taking better care of our mental health, and here's a great idea. If you'd like to support the podcast, perhaps the easiest way is to just share it on your social media and let folks know what you're listening to. If you'd like to support financially, there are three ways you can do that. I'm in partnership with Fahlo, a company that supports wildlife conservation by selling animal tracking bracelets. Each purchase supports not only wildlife conservation, but the Rick's Rambles Podcast. You can purchase your own bracelet here: https://www.myfahlo.com/discount/RICKSRAMBLES20?rfsn=6778322.9ce47e8 If you'd like your own Happy Cat Studio Tshirt or Coffee Mug, you can purchase one here: Rick's Rambles | Official Merchandise | Bonfire And if you'd like to buy me a cup of coffee, you can do that here! (5) Ko-fi.com - Your Ko-fi As always, I truly appreciate you taking the time to listen and support! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ricksrambles/message
It's time to start podcasting with portals! The boys and special guest Kaitlyn Red Wing review the Valve classic Portal for its 15th anniversary. The group discusses how the game holds up, its darkly hilarious story, GLaDOS' best quotes, its influence on gaming, and more. Timecodes: 00:00:00 - Intro/Housekeeping (Capri Sun, Classic Movies, Marvel Games) 00:14:25 - Portal Overview 00:17:37 - Our History with Portal 00:24:57 - Our Thoughts on Portal 00:29:18 - Difficulty and Pacing 00:34:52 - Story, Humor, and World Building 00:55:53 - Portal's Legacy 1:08:32 - Gameplay Mechanics and Puzzles 1:17:37 - Final Thoughts (Game Length, Aperture Lore, Portal 3) 1:26:15 - Shelf Space Shoutout to Mizuki Kuroiwa for the incredible podcast artwork and to Thomniverse Remix for the music. Send any questions, comments, or concerns to firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us @SuperMosherBros on Twitter. Thanks for listening!
Opinions That Don't Matter ep.130 When Kati returns from a conference in Philadelphia PA: They discuss cheese steaks, Sean finds out the The Liberty Bell is BROKEN. WHY? When? Who did this? They dabble in a bit of history & geography of North America. And then talk about the upcoming trip to Charleston, South Carolina for a vacation - How did Charleston get its name? Then Sean reveals a private conversation with his sister Kim... where she explicitly instructs him to “Never tell anyone this. Ever.” Nephew Justin has been sending TikTok trends to Sean. Things are weird out there... TikTok is being taken over by people sunning their perineum -- again https://apple.news/AMBkp6ch6T1yaFn8VHrl2Dw Bathroom talk: The Over-active bladder… piddling on your pants, porcelain urinals, silent bathrooms, Koala changing stations. Kati & Sean stumble upon an idea for the literary agents… Title of the book: OVERHEARD. A life time of bathroom stories: from a high end bathroom Attendant Chicken cooked in NyQuil - Sean calls it Chizzurp! https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/4480019/what-is-sleepy-chicken-tiktok-challenge/ Sean is into fashion now... Bella Hadid Gets White Dress Spray-Painted on Her Mid-Show During Paris Fashion Week https://apple.news/A0fy1MCanQoK1z3QzTl9JEg What Grinds our Gears Sean: Russian litterbug Supreme - Dumping oil in the ocean on purpose https://apple.news/A2BDDuH5cTbiShUzj3319wQ Kati: Arriving too early at the airport - It's purgatory --------- AUDIENCE LETTERS Moths, Dogs, Teeth and Hank Azaria - Tinkerbite Kanye West, Fashion Week & Kim Kardashian is a lawyer Michael McIntyre - Comedy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d6r6nhBcIbA&authuser=3 More On Coach, Classic Movies & Classic Clothing - Tom Sean explains how he wants to be celebrated when he finally passes away Country & Western Music - What do you think? Hot right? Marty Robbins: https://open.spotify.com/track/0AQquaENerGps8BQmbPw14?si=04d4815d9c5641a1 Dean Morton memories… Country music, lumberjacks and dynamite! Secret Canadian video: The Log Driver's Waltz https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upsZZ2s3xv8 ---------- UPCOMING LETTER(s) PROMPT - Send in your stories about… Funny conversations you have overheard Halloween Stories, Ghost encounters, Paranormal activity, alien abduction • Stories about your grandparents. Memories, legends, rumors… send them in! ------------- Discord community: https://discord.gg/4gPTrGBM9zFan art to OTDMpod@gmail.com Speakpipe 90 second voice message: https://www.speakpipe.com/OTDMThe OTDM census form https://forms.gle/qFZM3ywPzrpKMkKfA Amazon Suggestions https://www.amazon.com/shop/katimorton CONNECT Kati TikTok @Katimorton | Instagram @katimorton Sean TikTok @hatori_seanzo | Instagram @seansaintlouis Roxy Instagram @roxytheadventurer BUSINESS Linnea Toney email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/otdm/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/otdm/support
We started off October with a review for one of the most successful horror films ever to be produced, 1973's ‘THE EXORCIST.' Join us as the crew takes a look back on the troubled production as well as giving their honest thoughts on this haunting masterpiece. #CaptainhowdyIntro/outro by:Admiral Atlas.Podcast music by:Onarres.Edited and mixed by:Wesley Swanson.
The DSC Show for 9/22/2022: On today's show we wish Sarah a Happy Birthday, play Boyer VS The Team to send a listener to see Roger Waters in L.A. and get rid of some our favorite classic movies!
Gary discusses a newspaper article about old movies sent in from a listener. Gary's interest in movies from the Golden Age of Hollywood goes deep and this article rekindled his passion and sparked this episode. The classic films are not only fun (and usually clean) entertainment, they can (and should) be used to teach the Christian worldview. Get Gary's talk and outline about classic movies here.