English film director, screenwriter and producer
Countdown #384 This week the guys set themselves a bit of a challenge when they countdown their top 10 unlikeliest movie heroes. Now this is a topic that could have gone oh so many ways, so it may be a surprise to learn that for the most part, Wayne and Paul have managed to keep to the essence of the brief, even if they did not agree beforehand on what parameters were acceptable. Oh sure, Wayne goes for a character who hooks up with an older person, while Paul talks about more than one Edgar Wright film, but beyond that, there are very few moments where Paul gets bent out of shape, even if that may only be because Wayne is still getting his head around sounding ... Find out whether your favourite least likely hero makes the cut, as The Countdown continues ... Check out the show's first draft of a website for your one-stop shop for all things related to The Countdown. But if you want more specific directions, find so many more Countdowns - all the way back to Episode 40! - on our Podbean site. Join The Countdown Podcast Listener Community on Facebook so you can interact more directly with Paul and Wayne and vote in the weekly poll for who has the best list! Head on over to Patreon to find out to have your topic covered on the show and see what extras you're missing.
For week two of #schwartzmanSummer we pack away our beach towels and cocktails as we head to chilly Toronto to pick up a bass guitar and battle 7 evil exes as we discuss Edgar Wright's adaptation of Brian Lee O'Malley's graphic novel series, Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (2010). I'm joined by returning guest Matt Brothers who gets another chance to help decide if the Coppola's are the greatest film family of all time.MATT on TWITTERSPOCKLIGHT on APPLE PODCASTSSPOCKLIGHT on SPOTIFYSUDDEN DOUBLE DEEP on APPLE PODCASTSSUDDEN DOUBLE DEEP on SPOTIFYIS PAUL DANO OK? on APPLE PODCASTSIS PAUL DANO OK? on SPOTIFYBREADCRUMBS COLLECTIVE on TWITTERBREADCRUMBS COLLECTIVE on INSTAGRAMSUPPORT CAGED IN on PATREONBUY A PRINT NOW CAGED IN on TWITTERCAGED IN on INSTAGRAMCAGED IN on LETTERBOXDCAGED IN on FACEBOOKEMAIL CAGED IN NOWCaged In is apart of the Breadcrumbs Collective, head over to the WEBSITE to get all episodes of this show as well as other great shows. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/cagedinpod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We revisit the Cornetto Trilogy as we all get together for a rare in-person recording, get slightly inebriated and discuss the 2007 action-comedy HOT FUZZ! While we try and avoid just reciting the endlessly quotable film, we do break down the fantastic directing and editing we all come to love from an Edgar Wright film. We discuss the juggernaut of a great British cast, how it compares to its' predecessor Shaun of the Dead, we look all the big action scenes and set-pieces, lots of foreshadowing and all our usual nonsense! Warning : this is a really, really stupid episode. Enjoy!
A precocious young woman with a fetish for the 1960s discovers that nostalgia ain't exactly all it's cracked up to be as her Soho dreams start to become an Oh-No nightmare.Check us out on...Twitter @TSMoviePodFacebook: Time SensitiveInstagram: @timesensitivepodcastGrab some Merch at TeePublicBig Heads Media
We're closing out yet another miniseries with one of the biggest cult classics yet: SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD! Despite some of our mixed feelings on the titular Scott Pilgrim, it's pretty much a love fest for the entire episode, and we can't wait until we get to talk about another Edgar Wright film. What are your thoughts on SCOTT PILGRIM?
Questa volta parliamo di un film uscito al cinema ormai qualche tempo fa, e che ora potete recuperare su NowTV. Edgar Wright dirige Thomasin McKenzie e Anya Taylor-Joy in questo nuovo thriller/horror psicologico, che forse inizialmente vi potrà sembrare non del tutto riuscito, ma che in realtà offre un sacco di spunti interessanti su cui riflettere. Ci trovate qui: Profilo Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chiwipod/ Sito web: https://chiwipodcast.wordpress.com/ Profili Twitter: Chiara1 (@Chiwi_uno) ChiaraBis (@chiwi_bis) Profili TV Time: Chiara1 (@KiraChan) ChiaraBis (@chia_sound) Profili Letterboxd: Chiara1 (@Kira_Chan) ChiaraBis (@chia_sound) Profili Serializd: Chiara1 (@Chiara1) ChiaraBis (@chiabis) Pagina Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chiwipod Music credits: Lo Fi Hip Hop 04 by WinnieTheMoog Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/7902-lo-fi-hip-hop-04 License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license Happy Indie Pop by WinnieTheMoog Link: https://filmmusic.io/song/6777-happy-indie-pop License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Impressions and accents galore in this week as we explore model villages in films with Tim Burton's 1988 Beetlejuice (we say it far more than 3 times... he... kind of appears) and Edgar Wright's Hot Fuzz. Naturally, this is all done for the greater good.... The timings for this week are: Beetlejuice (03:42) Hot Fuzz (29:57) Next weeks theme will be socially conscious horror films with Adam from the Bristol Black Horror Club Follow us on social media: Instagram: frametoframepod Twitter: frametoframepod Letterboxd: frametoframe Facebook: Frame to Frame Email: email@example.com Follow our network: Twitter: @we_madethis Instagram: @wemadethisnetwork Facebook: @wemadethis Website: www.wemadethisnetwork.com Music: Gothamlicious by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5741-gothamlicious
Impressions and accents galore in this week as we explore model villages in films with Tim Burton's 1988 Beetlejuice (we say it far more than 3 times... he... kind of appears) and Edgar Wright's Hot Fuzz. Naturally, this is all done for the greater good....The timings for this week are:Beetlejuice (03:42)Hot Fuzz (29:57)Next weeks theme will be socially conscious horror films with Adam from the Bristol Black Horror ClubFollow us on social media:Instagram: frametoframepodTwitter: frametoframepodLetterboxd: frametoframeFacebook: Frame to FrameEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow our network:Twitter: @we_madethisInstagram: @wemadethisnetworkFacebook: @wemadethisWebsite: www.wemadethisnetwork.com Music:Gothamlicious by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5741-gothamlicious
Episode #439! What Happened To Monday?, The Flaming Lips and Elvis! This week we talk movies and an album. First up Scott talks about the Edgar Wright film Last Night In Soho. DL talks about the Netflix dystopian film What Happened To Monday? Scott has The Flaming Lips "live" album On Board The International Space Station Concert For Peace. DL talks about the movies Elvis and Thor Love and Thunder. Check it out!
Chris & Alexei talk flying drones, the importance of outlines, and coming up with ideas on the fly for the Treefort Doc! Then Chris takes on Edgar Wright's 10 screenwriting tips in the latest installment of Chris VERSUS! Call ~THE COLD LINE~ and ask a question: 332-333-4361 (we might play it on the show!) send yr questions to @sizzlereelgang on ig and twitter (or sizzlereelgang at gmail.com) and follow @shishkinproductions on tiktok --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Edgar Wright transforms London's swinging 60s into a swing and a miss. Listen as the boys bury their Mod/Teddy Boy feud to discuss why. The post Episode 132 – Last Night in Soho appeared first on John and Alexx Hate Stuff.
It's Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's second film on the podcast "Hot Fuzz" from 2007. Filmmmaker Eric Toms is back to discuss it all with Host and Corporate Comic Steve Mazan. Is this the best of the Cornetto Trilogy? Who is the best British actor in a supporting role? Can you see why Dalton was cast as Bond? What's the best gag? Is the greater good...great? All these questions and more get answered on this week's Mazan Movie Club podcast. Eric Toms online Hot Fuzz on IMDb Home of the Mazan Movie Club Steve Mazan on Instagram Home of Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan
In Which Our Heroes Obsess Over WHAT DVDS THEY WOULD TAKE WITH THEM TO A DESERT ISLAND ALSO FEATURING: The return of Christina “Ricky”! The Shark Is Still Working! Arby's on Sunset Blvd! English English! Remembering Infinifilm! We do our John Glover impressions! Tom Cruise wields the Infinity Stones! Edgar Wright! AND Feed me, Tenafly Pizzeria!!! __________ Taylor Zaccario….Host, Director, Producer, Writer, Castaway Nick Zaccario….Host, Director, Producer, Editor, Castaway
It's here! A brand new rendition of the "Dub R Question Mark"! This week's opening talk segment includes Some RIPs, Vince McMahon's retirement, ROH Death Before Dishonor 2022, and a preview of WWE Summerslam 2022. The pro wrestling continues with WWE on A&E. It's a breakdown of the A&E biography on the Bella Twins and WWE Rivals: Austin Vs Rock. Up next is a certified fresh, new film review. It's director Edgar Wright's latest, "Last Night in Soho". The most explosive podcast segment of the week is next on the slate. This week is Christopher Lambert and 1986's "Highlander". As we do, some comedy and "Goofs R' Goofs" close things out. Enjoy responsibly. PRESENTED by churchillpictures.com Timestamps: 0:00:00 - RIPs, Vince McMahon Retirement, ROH Death Before Dishonor 2022, and a Preview of WWE Summerslam 2022 0:43:57 - Review: WWE on A&E: A&E Biography: The Bella Twins and WWE Rivals: Austin Vs Rock 1:04:14 - Film Review: "Last Night in Soho" (2021) 1:18:54 - Thursday Night Prime: "Highlander" (1986) 1:32:16 - Goofs R Goofs Thanks for Listening!
In 2013, director Edgar Wright concluded his Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy, all co-written with Simon Pegg, produced by Nira Park, and starring Pegg and Nick Frost. Alternatively called the Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy, the first two films, Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz, riffed on zombie movies and the buddy cop genre. For the final entry in the trilogy, Wright and Pegg tackled sci-fi alien invasion flicks like Invasion of the Body Snatchers with a film centered on five high school mates reuniting for a pub crawl in their hometown. Also featuring Paddy Considine, Martin Freeman, Eddie Marsan, Rosamund Pike, and Pierce Brosnan, the film wraps up the trilogy's themes of individualism vs. the collective and the dangers of perpetual adolescence. Now we're bending our elbows and crossing over with Westworld Weekly to follow the boys from their first sip all the way to The World's End. But in the sober light of day, is this movie good to the last drop? For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com You can find us on iTunes under ''Legends Podcast''. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail: LegendsPodcastS@gmail.com You can find all our contact information here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com, www.legendspodcast.libsyn.com
Original Air Date: Monday 25 July, 9 pm EasternDescription:This week's show runs the gamut culturally, from a production of "Uncle Vanya" in “Live Event of the Week” and a discussion about whether the play is a comedy, to stories of jury duty prompted by a “Lawsuit of the Week”, from an excellent documentary recommendation by a loyal listener like you (yes, YOU!) to a deep dive analysis of the U.S. box office (including a quiz!). The success of Where the Crawdads Sing gets paid particular attention, as does the "Mission: Impossible" franchise. The once-every-ten years Sight and Sound poll of the greatest films ever made leads to a discussion of the Daniels, Edgar Wright and Roy Andersson. Finally, great stories about the making of David Lynch's Dune, Blue Velvet and The Straight Story get shared.
Nach Denis Villeneuve, Nicolas Cage, Anya Taylor-Joy, M. Night Shyamalan, Edgar Wright und Mads Mikkelsen setzen wir in der siebten Folge von unserer "Im Fokus"-Reihe auf einen Schauspieler, der wie kaum ein anderer immer alles erreicht hat was er wollte: Arnold Schwarzenegger. Zu seinem 75. Geburtstag durchforsten wir seine gesamte Filmografie, sprechen über seine Biografie, nennen unsere jeweiligen Favoriten und noch vieles mehr! Kommentare, Feedback oder eure Ideen für weitere Episoden könnt ihr uns gerne über die sozialen Netzwerke oder per Mail an email@example.com zukommen lassen, folgt uns damit ihr nichts verpasst, abonniert uns und empfiehlt uns gerne weiter! Dangge! https://www.facebook.com/cineswiss https://instagram.com/cineswiss?igshid=1cjo0dgnqvsrd https://boxd.it/10TmB https://www.cine-swiss.ch --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cineswiss/message
Can you have your parody film and eat it too? Many have tried, most have failed, but no one has done three times except Edgar Wright. His debut film Shaun of the Dead was the best horror comedy made since Evil Dead 2. The Blockbuster Quik Drop examines the first entry of the Cornetto Trilogy starring co-writer Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. Shaun of the Dead hits all the boxes: scary, funny, romantic, heart breaking, zombies, and naturally it is infinitely rewatchable. How's that for a slice of fried gold?
On this week's episode of The Knights of Nerdatude, The Knights discuss Chris Pratt's new show on Amazon, "The Terminal List" as well as last year's Edgar Wright's psychological horror, "One Night in Soho". Finally, The Knights review Marvel's newest movie, "Thor: Love and Thunder".
Soundtrack Appreciation Month continues with a rare but treasured opportunity to discuss an Edgar Wright movie! This week, Aaron brings us 2017's "Baby Driver" starring Ansel Elgort, with music by Steven Price and many, many amazing others. This is one hell of a soundtrack movie, so buckle up!
Peter Knego is, a widely-acclaimed maritime historian, dedicated to chronicling and preserving the craftsmanship of classic ocean-going liners. But what some don't know is his long association with one of music's most acclaimed, but under-appreciated, groups, Sparks, the topic of a recent Netflix documentary by Edgar Wright. In the interview below, he talks about Sparks as well as his mother, Rosalee Calvert, who enjoyed a distinguished career as a model and actress.
Welcome back boys and girls to your regularly scheduled podcast. Today Matt and Mike chat about the second Marvel Cinematic Universe film of 2022, Thor: Love and Thunder. Not Viking space god topics include Slash, Barrio Brewing Company, and large noggins. Thor: Love and Thunder is a fine addition to the MCU, according to Mike. Matt found it to be just OK. He had much higher hopes for the film from the comedic genius Taika Waititi. The shining star of this film is Christian Bale as Gorr the God Butcher. He was creepy, looked amazing, and just an all around scary villain. Natalie Portman reprising her role as Jane Foster after 9 was really a great addition as The Mighty Thor AKA Lady Thor. Waititi even stayed true to the source material for Jane Foster's Thor (SPOILERS, so just go watch the movie). If you are a huge Marvel nut like we are at the RFN podcast then this is a must see film! Mike with a great score awards Thor: Love and Thunder 4 out of 5 Reels. Matt a huge Thor and Marvel thought this film was mediocre at best. He awards it 3 out of 5 Reels. For next week's review Matt of all hosts picked a horror movie to chat about. Edgar Wright's first horror film Last Night in Soho just dropped on HBO Max. Thanks for listening and we will chat with you next week! If you have a film you would like Matt and Mike to review, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find us on all things social such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Why not join our Facebook Fan Group so you can yell at Mike and Matt from the comfort of your keyboard while talking about films. We also have an old fashioned website where you can watch trailers, read the host's bios, listen to the podcast, and get a ton more info on the movies we review. http://www.ReelFilmNerds.com Thank you for liking, subscribing, rating, reviewing, and telling your friends about our podcast. Finally go out and catch as many movies as you can!
Original Air Date: Monday 11 July, 9 pm EasternDescription:Dean and Phil knew they were going to be celebrating the career of the great actor and star James Caan on this week's show and then the floodgates opened, with many beloved character actors exiting the stage, so after a brief and hilarious cold open, Season 3 Episode 23 begins with "Celebrity Deaths". Then, the whole concept of "celebration" as a lost "art" gets explored, before your friends in podcasting use it as a springboard to discuss several current television series and a handful of truly brilliant performances. The big screen will not be ignored either, as the cinematic output of Edgar Wright gets examined through the prism of his recent ghost story (Last Night in Soho) and a baseball comedy classic from the 1970s gets revisited.
Carli, Rowan, and Kev are joined by special guest Rebekah Valentine for the hit multiverse movie of the year, EVERYTHING EVERYWHERE ALL AT ONCE. We talk about its parallels to the Wachowskis and Edgar Wright, the joy of seeing this cast pull this off, and wait a minute are they really going full Wong Kar-Wai????
Rob welcomes back Dr. Chris Lewis to present a commentary track for Edgar Wright's 2007 action/comedy HOT FUZZ, starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost!Have a question or comment? Looking for more great content? E-MAIL: email@example.com Follow THE FILM & WATER PODCAST on Twitter: @FilmAndWaterPodYou can find THE FILM & WATER PODCAST on these platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-film-and-water-podcast/id1077572484 Amazon Music Spotify StitcherThis podcast is a proud member of the FIRE AND WATER PODCAST NETWORK: Visit the Fire & Water WEBSITE: http://fireandwaterpodcast.com Follow Fire & Water on TWITTER – https://twitter.com/FWPodcasts Like our Fire & Water FACEBOOK page – https://www.facebook.com/FWPodcastNetwork Support The Fire & Water Podcast Network on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/fwpodcasts Use our HASHTAG online: #FWPodcastsThank you very much for listening! That's A Wrap!
2010's SCOTT PILGRIM VS THE WORLD, directed by EDGAR WRIGHT and based on the graphic novels by Bryan Lee O'Malley, presents us with the adventures of Michael Cera's slacker musician Scott Pilgrim - who discovers that in order to win the heart of foxy new girl in Toronto Ramona Flowers he must fight and defeat her seven evil exes in combat! Kevin and Mike are joined by Preston Masterson from KISSING KONTEST (who, among other things, does the music for Gleaming the Tube!) to discuss the film, the comics, the skateboarding character Lucas Lee, and weird insular music scenes like you find in the film and in our collective hometown of Providence, RI. Be sure to stay tuned to the very end to hear an unreleased KISSING KONTEST cover of Sex Bob-Omb's "Summertime", from the film. We are Gleaming the Tube and we are here to make you think about movies and skateboarding and music scenes and stuff!
Welcome to Episode 18 of Neurotic Podcast: Jesse & Kyle review a host of upgrades to the Internet Computer including SNS, BTC integration, HTTPS requests and finalization rates. Then Kyle shares some big news that rocks the very foundation of the show, then reviews his latest Substack on “Modeling ICP Long Term.” The aftershow explores the intricacies of quitting your job. Show notes: SNS Preview BTC Integration Spinner Cash Https Requests Taco NFT Updates DGDG's Taco NFT Piñata Tracker Protected Recovery Phrases Finalization Rate Modeling ICP Long Term Recommendations: Jesse: Movies of Edgar Wright Kyle: Drop Waterslides -- Got feedback, Ask Neurotic questions or just want to chat? Follow us on twitter @neuroticpod
Mike and Brian ditch the script this week to dive into not one, not two but three (OK, more like 10 ... ish) titles from 2007 that they love. First, "Bug," an ultra-low-budget horror from director William Friedkin ("The Exorcist," "The French Connection"), starring Ashley Judd and Michael Shannon Next, "Away from Her," the beautifully sad Alzheimer's love drama (and directorial debut) from Sarah Polley Third: director Andrew Dominik's "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford." Brad Pitt! Casey Affleck! Roger Deakins! Then, so many. "REC." Quentin Tarantino and Robert Rodriguez's "Grindhouse." Edgar Wright's "Hot Fuzz." Did you know Philip Seymour Hoffman was in three movies this year? Oh, and Judd Apatow released "Knocked Up" and "Superbad" within two months of each other! Insane year. Listen up! www.bestpicturethis.com Want to choose an movie for a future episode? BECOME A PATRON. Agree or disagree with our takes? EMAIL BestPictureThis@gmail.com And for 16 years of Golden Takes, head over to Letterboxd.
(Warning: Fans of Edgar Wright films may be offended by this episode. Don't listen to this if you identify as one.) Siargao. Meet Me At St. Gallen. Joker. Baby Driver. Blade Runner 2049. Scott Pilgrim Versus The World. These are six films that we hated so much that the hate manifested itself physically in our bodies. Join us as we discuss why these films made our blood boil. We also discuss the appeal of B-movies and fantaseryes amongst other sidebars. Not for the faint of heart, podpals. But in the end, it's just our opinions.***DISCLAIMER: The views and opinions expressed by the podcast creators, hosts, and guests do not necessarily reflect the official policy and position of Podcast Network Asia. Any content provided by the people on the podcast are of their own opinion, and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual, or anyone or anything. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We like to remember the swinging sixties fondly - the music and the fashion and the dancing. The exploitation, murder and neon-soaked blood splatter? Ehh, maybe not so much. This week, the crew geeks out about the Texas switches in Edgar Wright's glamourous neo-giallo. Also, Taiwan's biggest horror movie is headed to Netflix and Laotian ghosts are dropping soon on Shudder. Motion Picture Terror Scale: 3. Quality: 5. Enjoyment: 5. Articles mentioned in this episode: "For Diana: Last Night In Soho's Opening Tribute Message Explained," by Sarah Moran for Screen Rant "What Is a Texas Switch and How Can You Use It In Movies?" by Jason Hellerman for No Film School "What is giallo, really?" by Noel Murray for Polygon "Last Night in Soho's Edgar Wright doesn't want to give you homework… but he will," by Tasha Robinson for Polygon "Inside Last Night in Soho's breathtaking trick dance sequence," by Tasha Robinson for Polygon "LAST NIGHT IN SOHO (2021) | Behind the Scenes of Anya Taylor-Joy & Thomasin McKenzie Horror Movie," on YouTube
Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg's "Shaun of the Dead" comes to the club. Comic Nic Lanier and Chase Brockett are here to discuss all the details with Host & Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan. Is this Edgar & Penn's best collaboaration? Is it a comedy with horror or horror with comedy? Is it one of the best zombie movies? Is this a perfect movie? What's it got to do with Christopher Walken? All these questions and more get answered on this week's Mazan Movie Club Podcast. "Shaun of the Dead" on IMDb Home of the Mazan Movie Club Steve Mazan on Instagram Home of Corporate Comedian Steve Mazan
This week we finish out Music Month with the cult movie Scott Pilgrim vs the World!!! What will our dynamic duo think of this Edgar Wright movie? Will they fall in love with the style and the music or will they boo it off stage? Tune in to find out as we SHOOT THE FLICK!!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shoottheflick/message
It's time for the conclusion of our Light the Fuselage chat with “Top Gun: Maverick” editor Eddie Hamilton. We talk about the first training montage (including how an unreleased Rolling Stones song from the 1960s nearly scored it!), what Edgar Wright contributed to the movie and Tom Cruise's very best note. You don't want to miss this!
Welcome to You Haven't Blanked That! This week we watched Nobody. We talk about the Edgar Wright intro, it's always Russians, Obi-Wan, Star Wars: Fallen Order, Star Wars Christmas Special, the Break in, RZA, fight on the bus, John Wick, Werewolf of Snow Hollow, An auditor, Stranger Things 4, Marvel, Who would Corey Feldman play?, Breakfast Club, War of the Worlds, Fletch Too, Chip And Dale Rescue Rangers, Pick it up: Ska in the 90s, Jubilee, Top Secret!, Time Traveler's Wife, Norm MacDonald: Nothing Special, Lone Cub and Wolf, Housu?, Catwoman: Hunted Opening theme by the Assassins Closing theme by Lucas Perea Email: Yhblankthat@gmail.com Facebook: https://m.facebook.com/youhaventblankedthat/ Instagram: (@yhblankthat) https://www.amazon.com/You-Havent-Blanked-That/dp/B08JJS7RSK https://anchor.fm/blanked-that --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/blanked-that/message
Special guest Dave Weigel joins Discord & Rhyme once again to talk about Sparks, “your favorite band's favorite band.” It's been a good couple of decades for Ron and Russell Mael. After decades of toiling in semi-obscurity, the brothers saw a late-career renaissance in 2002 with the symphonic, beatless dance album Lil' Beethoven, and Edgar Wright's 2021 documentary The Sparks Brothers cemented their status as elder statesmen of irreverent pop music. For today's episode, Producer Mike is taking us back to the band's early years with the 1974 album Kimono My House, which demonstrates that the Maels' sense of songcraft was in full force from the very beginning. Despite what the interviewees in The Sparks Brothers (including Dave!) might tell you, Sparks aren't for everybody, and the Maels occasionally revel in being grating in a way that even our hosts can't abide. But if you listen to “This Town Ain't Big Enough for the Both of Us” and adore it, good news: this is only the beginning of a gloriously warped musical journey.Cohosts: Mike DeFabio, John McFerrin, Dan Watkins, Dave WeigelComplete show notes: https://discordpod.com/listen/097-sparks-kimono-my-house-1974Support the podcast! https://www.patreon.com/discordpod
Rock Docs: A Podcast About Music Documentaries Today's documentary is The Sparks Brothers, released in 2021, directed by Edgar Wright. Who are Sparks? Are they brothers? Where are they from? What is their deal? Which talking head fails to compy with the dress code? All this and more today on Rock Docs. Hosted by David Lizerbram & Andrew Keatts Twitter: @RockDocsPod
Bernadette Gorman-White and Mike Burdge continue their journey through the filmography of Edgar Wright, this time bouncing back to the early days with Wright's super awesome and cult-classic-af show, SPACED. Listen on....
In a magically realistic version of Toronto, Scott Pilgrim must defeat his new girlfriend's seven evil exes one by one in order to win her heart. Is it a superhero movie? Doesn't matter, it's awesome. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is episode 48 of Superhero Century, the podcast where we watch every superhero movie of the 21st Century in chronological order.
So...we had a really solid link between the two movies this week, but halfway through the week I decided to change the good movie. Only problem is, I wasn't willing to change Miami Connection. As a long time fan of garbage, I still wanted to watch it. So apart from a very thin theme of 'law enforcement' these don't have much in common. Jackson also hadn't seen Hot Fuzz, so lets get into it. Little hand says it's time to rock and roll on another episode of It's Just 2 Movies! Contact the show via email at firstname.lastname@example.org on Instagram or Twitter @itsjust2movies***SPECIAL THANKS TO THESE FOLKS WHO CONTRIBUTE TO THIS DUMB SHOW*** Lamplighter Productions for our artwork. @lamplighter_productions_il Brad Sexton for our tunes. Check out SUNDS at http://sunds.bandcamp.com/ Godsized & Growing for musical guest appearances. @godsized_growingMad thanks to Dave, @wheep3d who does all of the edits for our YouTube channel, listed below. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_G0gNvKXIsQtnTf1gkZEGw
This week Gary and Iain review and discuss, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) by Director, Edgar Wright. Starring, Michael Cera, Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Ellen Wong. For more Off The Shelf Reviews: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChWxkAz-n2-5Nae-IDpxBZQ/join Podcasts: https://offtheshelfreviews.podbean.com/ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/@OTSReviews Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/OffTheShelfReviews Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OffTheShelfReviews Support us: http://www.patreon.com/offtheshelfreviews Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/offtheshelfreviews Discord: https://discord.gg/Dyw8ctf
We get to watch one of our favorites from 2010 and another Edgar Wright film with our dear friend Em from Verbal Diorama. We share our immense love and respect for this film, talk about how toxic Scott Pilgrim's behavior is, and question why this one didn't find the audience that it deserves. We also take the time to consider how Scott would have defeated Ramona's Not-so-evil exes. IDYP Twitter IDYP Instagram
NOTE: This episode was recorded with new kit and SM58 mics instead of our usual set-up, so the volume is a little janky in a couple of places. Joe Versus the Volcano (1990). Directed by John Patrick Shanley. Starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. Scott Pilgrim Vs The World (2010). Directed by Edgar Wright. Starring Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. The Mitchells Vs the Machines (2021). Directed by Mike Rianda. Starring Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride, Maya Rudolph, Mike Rianda and Olivia Colman. Please review us over on Apple Podcasts. Got comments or suggestions for new episodes? Email: email@example.com. Seek us out via Twitter and Instagram @ sddfilmpodcast Support our Patreon for $3 a month and get access to our exclusive show, Sudden Double Deep Cuts where we talk about our favourite movie soundtracks, scores and theme songs. We also have t-shirts available via our TeePublic store!
Sidey enthusiastically nominated the 2010 cult favourite, SCOTT PILGRIM Vs THE WORLD. This could possibly be the most Edgar Wright movie of all the Edgar Wright movies. I'm not entirely sure what that means, but something to do with sharp, quick editing, great soundtrack and fantastic casting. Whilst we know at least one of the Dads loves this movie, the movie was not a global smash. This one sadly lost out at the box office, and the audience's lukewarm response to the movie was reflected in the opinion of at least one of your hosts.....
Meet Mike and Darren! They are the fantastic duo behind the "Action Filmmaking Decoded" podcast! Their passion for action films has inspired them to do in-depth analyses of fight sequences with action filmmakers around the world. Before we got into our discussion, we put Mike and Darren to the test with our round of Clubhouse questions to get to know them a little better. So hang out with us for a bit as we talk about the works of Edgar Wright and Freddie Wong! We also chat about watching 'Her' for the first time and a couple movies that don't get enough attention, one about a man being turned into a walrus and one about a man stranded on an island with a farting corpse! Chapters 0:00 Intro 0:38 Desert Island 7:50 First Time Re-Watch 12:02 Unsung Gems ACTION FILMMAKING DECODED TWITTER ACTION FILMMAKING DECODED INSTAGRAM OUR WEBSITE OUR SOCIAL MEDIA Music: Umbels Support The Pod #threefilmspod #indiepodcast #everythingeverywhereallatoncemoviereview #everythingeverywhereallatoncemovieessay #everythingeverywhereallatoncemovie #everythingeverywhereallatoncefilm #everythingeverywhereallatoncefilmreview #everythingeverywhereallatoncefilmessay #filmreviews #moviereviews #filmessays #movieessays #movies #films #videopodcast #subscribe #patreon #youtube #youtubechannel #youtuber #moviereactions #youtubevideos #youtubereactions #everythingeverywhereallatonce #eeaao #michelleyeoh #daniels #kehuyquan #jamieleecurtis #stephaniehsu --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threefilmspod/message
Episode 152! Benjamin and Joey discuss 'The World's End' directed by Edgar Wright. This is the third and final episode in our 'Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy' series. Affable Chat is LIVE on Tuesday Nights at 7pm Eastern on Twitch Twitch.tv/AffableChat Have a comment about something we said? Want to request something for us to review? Just wanna chat? Email: AffableChat@gmail.com Instagram: @AffableChat Twitter: @AffableChat Benjamin: @4thAndBen Joey: @affablejoey Soundcloud: @affablechat Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCkOkrHIltGJRBpfpbCfJjgQ