This week on the podcast, Screen Junkies writer and Binge Boys host Lon Harris joins us for another case study for why the mid-2000s were so good for Cage, and so. very. bad for Travolta: Lord of War and Be Cool! In Andrew Niccol's Lord of War, Cage plays an unscrupulous arms dealer with a calculator where his heart should be, tracking him through his nefarious, cold-blooded life as a weapons merchant. It's a searingly prescient, post-9/11 take on American imperialism and the intersections between capitalism and war, with a great Cage performance and the one time Jared Leto's been tolerable on screen. On the other hand, we've got Be Cool, the misguided, decade-on sequel to Get Shorty, with F. Gary Gray warping this PG-13 nudge at the music industry of the aughts into an unfunny monster of a picture. The good: The Rock steals every scene he's in as a gay bodyguard who wants to be an actor! The bad: Harvey Keitel raps. The ugly: Just about everything everyone's wearing on screen. Pledge to our Patreon at patreon.com/travoltacage Follow us on Twitter @travoltacage Email us questions at firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast theme by Jon Biegen Podcast logo by Felipe Sobreiro
Heidi's glorious guest return comes with the intensely beautiful The Piano (1993) as her pick. Heidi shares how she remembered the story, but was delighted to be reconnected to the emotions when she rewatched it. Diana came in knowing that a piano was involved and it won some Oscars. She left overcome by the imagery and music. Check out the Vibrant Visionaries Network on YouTube, subscribe to the podcast, find Heidi on Twitter @VibrantVisCast, on Instagram @VibrantVisionaries, and learn about all her wonderful work. In the mid-19th century, a mute woman is sent to New Zealand along with her young daughter and prized piano for an arranged marriage to a wealthy landowner, but is soon lusted after by a local worker on the plantation. Stars Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel, Sam Neill, Anna Paquin, and written and directed by Jane Campion. (from IMDb.com) Find other amazing podcasts by searching #ladypodsquad on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and all the social media platforms. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @HEAMCast, like us on Facebook @HappilyEverAftermath, and e-mail us at email@example.com.
We're halfway through our Nicholas Cage November and it's also the second Jon Turtletaub film we are reviewing (first was While You Were Sleeping) - we are discussing the film National Treasure. This action/adventure/treasure hunt film came out in 2004 and has a star studded cast including Christopher Plummer, Harvey Keitel, Jon Voight, Diane Kruger, Sean Bean, and Justin Bartha. Even if you haven't seen the film, you know the line “I'm gonna steal the Declaration of Independence.” It's a whirlwind film full of hidden treasure, the Knights Templar, Free Masons, our Founding Fathers, and is probably one of, if not the most accessible Nicholas Cage film.What are your thoughts on the film? As always, you can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Did you miss the video premier of this episode? Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel, and then click the little bell to receive notifications when we add a new video or go live.You can also follow our Facebook page so you can receive notifications for new audio or video of our episodes. Sometimes we are even live on Facebook, so you can give us feedback right then and there. It's pretty sweet.As always, thank you for listening, and for now, we won't see you at the movies… See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Director, Producer and Actor, Danny Abeckaser AKA Danny A, is on Chanel in the City, chatting with host, Chanel Omari, about his new movies This IS US and LANSKY with Harvey Keitel and what the inspiration behind the two movies were and how he got ready to play two different character roles in two completely different movies simultaneously! Danny chats how challenging making movies during the pandemic was and where the movie industry is going.
As the weather turns and people start to over indulge in comfort foods and become weighty in their asses, the BOaB crew has decided to turn to serious, weighty movies for the entire month of November. This week we're talking about Sylvester Stallone stuffing himself like a Thanksgiving turkey so he can play fat and sad and go fishing for Oscars in the ‘97 dirty cop drama COP LAND. Harvey Keitel is here, Robert De Niro is here––it's basically a smorgasbord of actors your dad loves all in one mustachioed package.
Hello TFS Show listeners! We're proud to present a special episode of The B-Side, featuring screen legend Harvey Keitel. You can find more episodes of The B-Side wherever you listen to podcasts. Make sure to subscribe! Keitel's latest film is Lansky, written and directed by Eytan Rockaway. In the crime drama, which is now available digitally, Keitel plays the real-life gangster Meyer Lansky, recounting his complicated life to a down-on-his-luck writer (Sam Worthington). We chat with Keitel about some B-Sides from the early ‘90s: The Two Jakes, Point of No Return, and Dangerous Game. There's also a bit about The Border from 1982, a Tony Richardson crime thriller well worth your time.
At the time, director Ridley Scott was better known for his dark sci-fi films ('Blade Runner' and 'Alien') which made his decision to helm this female-driven, road-trip movie a surprise to many. Thankfully he did. Join Travis and Luca as they take a look at Scott's iconic, Oscar-winning, 1991 classic, 'Thelma & Louise'.Watch 'Thelma & Louise' here.
**Adult Language and Content Warning*** We get rambling with the 1996 movie "From Dusk Till Dawn" starring George Clooney, Quentin Tarantino, Harvey Keitel, Cheech Marin (x3) and Danny F*%$#ing Trejo. Also on the show: "Pale Rider's Picks"
Colin thinks having Two Evil Eyes (1990) are better than one as two Masters of Horror, George Romero and Dario Argento, adapt a pair of Edgar Allan Poe stories. Adrienne Barbeau oozes sexuality in The Facts in the Case of M Valdemar, while Harvey Keitel gives a master class in drunk acting in The Black Cat. Listen as we talk freely about multiple cat murders, duplicitous lovers, shadow ghosts, pagan renaissance faires, thirsty bartenders and more on this week's exciting episode! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
These actors flat-out refused to do reshoots. Will Earl presents 10 Times Actors Refused To Do Reshoots... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Monica, Samantha & Greg guess the plot of movies/TV shows: Being John Malkovich & National Treasure. Follow us on: www.instagram.com/implotsters/ www.twitter.com/implotsters www.facebook.com/implotsters www.youtube.com/channel/UCNt0P8dGWkM1OdnhKO3pXKg TikTok @Implotsters Visit our website: www.implotsters.com
In dieser Folge freut sich Dirk ganz besonders auf Waltraut und Christian Brückner. Die beiden gründeten im Jahr 2000 den inzwischen mehrfach ausgezeichneten Hörbuchverlag parlando. Dort erscheinen vor allem Hörbücher, die von Christian Brückner eingelesen werden. Christian ist ein feinsinniger Sprecher und u.a. die deutsche Synchronstimme von Filmgrößen wie Robert De Niro, Harvey Keitel oder Warren Beatty. Waltraut ist mit ihrer großen Herzlichkeit der Wind unter den Flügeln des parlando Verlags, führt Regie und ist federführend für die Programmgestaltung verantwortlich. Wie ist es, zusammen zu leben und zu arbeiten? Wie wählen die beiden Texte aus? Warum ist ihnen gerade die amerikanische Literatur so wichtig? Davon erzählen Waltraut und Christian Brückner im Gespräch mit Dirk Kauffels. Und ganz am Ende hat Christian auch noch ein paar Tipps für angehende Sprecher:innen.
DN Premieres, o programa de lançamentos de cinema e indicações que não dão problema. Esta é a edição 274! Os filmes em cartaz em 14 de outubro de 2021: Fátima – A História de um Milagre, com Harvey Keitel, Goran Visnjic e Sônia BragaHalloween Kills: O Terror Continua, com Jamie Lee Curtis e Judy GreerO […]
DN Premieres, o programa de lançamentos de cinema e indicações que não dão problema. Esta é a edição 274! Os filmes em cartaz em 14 de outubro de 2021: Fátima – A História de um Milagre, com Harvey Keitel, Goran Visnjic e Sônia BragaHalloween Kills: O Terror Continua, com Jamie Lee Curtis e Judy GreerO […]
O filme "Fátima", que trata as aparições dos pastorinhos na Cova da Iria, em Portugal, entre 13 de maio e 13 de outubro de 1917, chegou na semana passada aos cinemas em França, numa estreia adiada devido à covid-19. A RFI falou com a produtora Rose Ganguzza que começou a trabalhar no filme em 2013 e trouxe para o elenco a atriz Sónia Braga e para a banda sonora o cantor lírico Andrea Bocelli. "É uma história que desde criança me intrigava e eu disse que gostava de contar essa história do ponto de vista das crianças. Não queria nenhuma virgem flutuando no ar, queria contar a história dentro do contexto do que estava a acontecer no Mundo em 1917", disse Rose Ganguzza. A produtora explicou a dificuldade de fazer um filme independente com um orçamento de cerca de 20 milhões de dólares e como chamar figuras de renome para a equipa como a actriz brasileira Sónia Braga ou o actor norte-americano Harvey Keitel ajudou a conseguir mais fundos. O ponto decisivo desta produção e que a tornou possível, foi o cantor lírico Andrea Bocelli ter aceitado, pela primeira vez, participar na banda sonora de um filme, segundo descreveu a produtora. As filmagens decorreram durante cinco meses em cerca de 30 sítios diferentes em Portugal de forma a reconstituir Fátima do início de século XX e o filme conta no elenco com muitos actores portugueses, um conjunto de profissionais que impressionaram a experiente produtora norte-americana. "Em Portugal há uma tradição incrível de teatro e, para mim, isso é um índice de profissionalismo mais alto. O nosso casting em Portugal foi brilhante", disse Rose Ganguzza. Filmado no verão de 2018 e terminado em 2019, o filme deveria ter estreado mundialmente em 2020, mas a pandemia acabou por mudar os planos da equipa. "A grande estreia ia ser em abril de 2020 no Lincoln Center, com Andrea Bocelli a cantar, tínhamos uma distribuição enorme nos Estados Unidos, estava tudo planeado. Nova Iorque foi o epicentro do vírus e tivemos de cancelar tudo", contou a produtora. Assim, o filme estreou em vários cinemas ao ar livre nos Estados Unidos no verão de 2020, tendo depois passado a vídeo on demand, num sistema onde bateu vários blockbusters, e sendo depois difundido na Netflix norte-americana. O filme chegou na semana passada aos cinemas da América Latina e da Europa, chegando brevemente aos cinemas em África e também à Netflix noutras parte sdo mundo. Mais do que a história religiosa ligada aos milagres de Fátima, para Rose Ganguzza a mensagem principal do filme é que as crianças devem ser ouvidas. "A mensagem deve ser que as pessoas devem ouvir mais as crianças. Na minha vida, tenho trabalhado muito com crianças, e, para mim, a mensagem mais pura que podemos ter vem da boca das crianças, não tem filtros. Essas crianças tinham coisas para dizer. Temos de lutar mais para o Mundo ver que é possível se acreditarmos em alguma coisa, não precisa ser a religião formal, mas tudo no Mundo não precisa ser materialista", concluiu Rose Ganguzza.
The CW's Legacies star, Elijah B. Moore, returns to continue the discussion of the Gates family treasure hunting! Join us as we discover Cibola, discuss everything Ed Harris and Bruce Greenwood, and maybe chat about our own run ins with the current Commander in Chief???SUBSCRIBE to our Podcast Feed and Leave us a REVIEW!TWITTER - https://twitter.com/mostxtremepodINSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/mostxtremepod/WEBSITE - https://mostxtremepodcast.simplecast.com/REDDIT - https://www.reddit.com/user/mostxtremepodEMAIL - email@example.com
Streaming and the pandemic are inextricably linked, so let's jump on the bandwagon! In this episode Leslie and Bridget dive into developing a storyline for streaming networks, trends in television, the rise of Sci-fi and women, finding your way into a pitch and behind the camera, ageism in Hollywood (ignore the elderly at your peril), made for TV movies, Ed Asner AND MUCH MORE!Bridget Terry has produced, written or directed a variety of award-winning television, including productions honored with the George Foster Peabody Award, ACE award, Christopher Humanitarian Award, Video Hall of Fame inductee, Action for Children's Television, three Emmy nominations, and a Writers Guild Award nominee. Terry joined actress Shelley Duvall to create and produce three award-winning TV anthologies: "Faerie Tale Theatre," "Tall Tales and Legends" and "Nightmare Classics," adapting age-old stories with lush period design coupled with an eclectic, creative roster, including Robin Williams, Francis Coppola, Eric Idle, Tim Burton, Jules Feiffer, Liza Minnelli, Mick Jagger, Susan Sarandon, and Vanessa Redgrave. Active in the indie film world, Terry most notably wrote and produced “Shadrach,” starring Harvey Keitel and Andie MacDowell, adapted from a William Styron short story about an ancient ex-slave's journey back to his Depression-era plantation birthplace. Critically acclaimed internationally, “Shadrach” was an official selection at the Venice Film Festival, the Ghent Festival and opened the Los Angeles Independent Festival. A film history buff, Terry produced, directed and co-wrote "Without Lying Down," an indie documentary feature about early women filmmakers. It premiered on Turner Classic Movies and was an official selection at the Edinburgh, London and Sydney film festivals and was nominated for a Writers Guild of America award. As a writer-producer, Terry continues to be active in television movies, series and limited series having written and/or produced for Netflix, ABC, CBS, PBS, Showtime, Lifetime, TNT and Hallmark. Terry served as VP of Publicity and Marketing for director Robert Altman, helming promotions for his films Three Women, Quintet, A Wedding and Popeye – about which she authored a definitive behind-the-scenes book. She began her career as a publicist on features such as "Rich Kids," "An Officer and a Gentleman," “HEALTH” and "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid." She has written several articles on feature filmmaking.She currently serves as an adjunct Professor, teaching film producing at UCLA and Columbia College Hollywood – as well as lecturing at North Carolina State University and, in China, at Beijing's Yan Ze University. Terry is a graduate of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, and a member of the Writers Guild of America, a fellow at Los Angeles' Film Independent and a Member Emeritus of the Publicist's Guild of America. She lives in Santa Monica, Ca.
Tarantino playing a foot loving serial killer is the least shocking bit of this film.The first joint feature (but not the last) between Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino finds two criminals on the run from the law and in search of solace across the border. Unaware that a sinister force awaits them with a secret centuries in design open from dusk till dawn.
Episode Notes Subject: National Treasure Guest: Mary-Kate In this episode, Mary-Kate joins us to talk this early 2000s family adventure film. Talking points include Knott's Berry America, wondering what Harvey Keitel is doing here, and much more. Support us! Join our discord! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Find out more at http://hitmeonemoretime.com This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
We are finishing off the Rebuild Series of the Evangelion movies with the 4th part. 3.0+1.01 Thrice Upon a Time to really throw a curveball of confusion at people with that title. But we have beyond a good time talking about the flick, having laughs, go in depth, and adding in some what ifs. Like a Harvey Keitel crossover. But this film really does wrap the series up nicely, even if it does open a few new questions. So, come on by and join us on another adventure of OMO Podcast. Old Man Orange is Spencer Scott Holmes & Ryan Dunigan - 2021 - "Young Adults, Old Man Attitude. Talking retro games, classic films and comic good times with a crisp of Orange taste." - www.OldManOrange.com Support the Show the easy and simple way, by using one of our Amazon Links to make your purchases. Doesn't cost you a penny but sends a little something our way. Thanks! Evangelion Part 4 - https://amzn.to/3ls1Nxs Grab some comedy with, Pizza Boyz, the sitcom styled Indie Comic series by Spencer Scott Holmes Indy Planet - https://indyplanet.com/?s=Pizza+boyz Amazon Kindle Unlimited - http://amzn.to/2Dsw1Jk Comixology Unlimited - http://bit.ly/2w55bI8
Photographer and filmmaker Devin Martin joins the podcast to talk about Martin Scorsese's junior feature film effort Mean Streets, starring Harvey Keitel and Robert DeNiro. Note: The word "cinephile" is used semi-ironically numerous times. Follow Devin on Instagram: @devinallenmartin Follow Devin on Twitter: @_devinmartin_ Follow the podcast on Instagram and Twitter: @WeAreMoviesPod Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeAreMoviesPodcast Follow Johnny on Instagram, Twitter, and Letterboxd: @JohnnyMocny
In this episode we're spacing out with the film, Saturn 3 (1980). Along the way we talk about the troubled production of this Kirk Douglas, Farrah Fawcett, and Harvey Keitel, sci-fi thriller; we discover Paul's opinion of Fawcett, complain about airlocks in ceiling and wonder why people don't call killer droids nice names. Music is by Elmer Bernstein.
Can Waldo continue his win streak? Did we miss our calling as professional grifters? And WHO PROGRAMMED THIS GAME?! We kombat these questions and more as we watch Season 7, Episode 21 of Family Matters. Alex Diamond, David Kenny, and John McDaniel heard that the long-running network sitcom Family Matters ends with side character Steve Urkel going to space. And the best way to figure out how that happened - obviously - is to watch the last episode first and make our way backwards through nearly ten years of television.Join our countdown to number one (and our slow descent into madness) in all the places you expect internet people to be:Website: jumpingtheshuttle.spaceEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgInstagram: @JumpingTheShuttle / @ThatAlexD / @dak577Twitter: @JumpingShuttle / @ThatAlexD / @dak577TikTok: @JumpingTheShuttle / @dak577Brought to you by Smooth My Balls
We talk race relations, class warfare and NOPE we let this 1978 Paul Schrader film speak for itself. What your two lowly movie podcast hosts can discuss with some authority is how they start their day by managing their streaming queues across various platforms and how movie posters did Richard Pryor a great disservice as an actor. Also we imagine what it would be like to interrupt Harvey Keitel as he gives oral pleasure to a lady. All of this adds up to us being BOLD MEN! Support what we do with bonus content and early episodes on Patreon Facebook/Twitter/Instagram/Letterboxd: @projectingfilm Hosts: Chris @Following_Films Mike @trilogyintheory Email us suggestions on films you are looking forward to at email@example.com Theme music provided by the band Good Talk Russ. The song is Build It Up off their album The Panglossian Travels of the White Elephant. Find out more at https://projectingfilm.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
This week on The Pod Charles Cinecast, presented by The Prince Charles Cinema, our hosts Jonathan Foster and Fil Freitas find themselves enrolled as Khaki Scouts at Camp Ivanhoe on the New England island of New Penzance. There they witness the great escape of an orphaned fellow scout and get caught up in a storm of biblical proportions. It's Wes Anderson 2012 coming-of-age comedy drama MOONRISE KINGDOM, starring newcomers Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward, alongside Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Harvey Keitel and Jason Schwartzman. Does this 7th Feature earn its merit badge? Tune in to find out... and stick around for Wes Anderson vs Paul Thomas Anderson 7th Film rankings and a Moonrise Kingdom UK Criterion Blu-ray giveaway! https://www.breadcrumbscollective.com/caged-in/episode/89252984/coppola-conversation-01-jared-gilman-moonrise-kingdom (LISTEN TO JARED GILMAN on CAGED IN PODCAST!) If you enjoy the podcast, leave a Rating and Review! It really helps us out! As always you can follow the Podcast on https://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://twitter.com/ThePCCPodcast) and https://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://instagram.com/ThePCCPodcast) If you'd like to Support the Podcast and get Bonus Content, visit: https://www.patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast (http://patreon.com/ThePCCPodcast) Subscribe to our new podcast FRANCHISED via https://my.captivate.fm/podfollow.com/franchised (podfollow.com/franchised) This Podcast is produced by http://princecharlescinema.com/ (The Prince Charles Cinema) and http://breadcrumbscollective.com/ (The Breadcrumbs Collective) Support this podcast
The Sisters Brothers Movie. The Sisters Brothers Watch Party. Must Watch Movies. Western Movies. Anti-Western Movies.So Dave And I Are Watching This Movie Called Two Evil Eyes. Interested Because Romero And Argento Did An Anthology Movie Based On Edgar Allen Poe Stories, Has Some Klout With The Cast: Adrienne Barbeau, Harvey Keitel, Tom Atkins Makes An Appearance--- Looking Like The Same Detective He Plays In Night Of The Creeps…We Got Around Talking About This Movie Because Amazon Flashed Me The Fact That They Are Cranking Out Another 4k Dvd.They Flashed Me This Because I Was Looking At Videohound's Book. Remember That --- One Of The 2 Or 3 Giant Guide Books With Movie Listings Most Video Stores Had Them To Look Up Titles.Sure Enough They Are Still Printing The Book, I Wanted To See How Many Titles Started With Bikini (13) … Here Are 3 Classy Entries:BIKINI BLOODBATHBIKINI BLOODBATH CARWASHBIKINI BLOODBATH CHRTISTMASAtom is being lame and not impressed but the rest of us want to see BIKINI BLOODBATH CHRISTMAS.And Here Is This Week's Movie News With Home Video Headlines:15th Anniversary Of Snakes On A Plane Evil Dead Trilogy On Hbo Max Highly Anticipated Horror Malignant Hbo Max Reservation Dogs Has Premiered On Hulu Fx, Adventures And Antics Of Kids On The Rez ; It's Pretty Good . Yes, There Is A Ref To Reservoir Dogs.Loved Again Media is an amazing mom and pop movie subscription box service serving up movie nostalgia and more, listeners get 15% off with promo code: binge. You can also win a gift card for signing up. Visit them at: https://lovedagainmedia.com/bingeWE ARE SUPPORTED BY SPONSORS AND AFFILIATESFeature Presentation:The Sisters BrothersEli and Charlie Sisters, an infamous duo of gunslinging assassins, chase a gold prospector and his unexpected ally in 1850s Oregon.Joaquin PhoenixCharlie SistersJohn C. ReillyEli SistersRiz AhmedHermann Kermit WarmJake GyllenhaalJohn MorrisFAVORITE BITS? We loved the music score, we loved the saloon bit, we loved the spider accident that set off part of the story, and as a whole we can't really do it justice, so watch it!A band on IG showed some love for Dead Alive after I posted my unboxing video for Loved Again Media.Before we wrapped up, we discussed why Atom was so hangry and our predictions for next week. MOVIE is the Man Who Killed Hitler And Then The Bigfoot.Watch The Sisters Brothers Movie.Look at Videohounds.Loved Again Media is an amazing mom and pop movie subscription box service serving up movie nostalgia and more, listeners get 15% off with promo code: binge. You can also win a gift card for signing up. Visit them at: https://lovedagainmedia.com/bingeSupport the show (https://www.paypal.me/bingewatcherspodcast)
TVC 550.3: Ed welcomes back film and television actor James Moses Black (This is Us, Snowfall, Bayou Caviar, Alex and Me, and Black and Blue. James stars as a U.S. Army colonel who develops super highly intelligent mutant fighting machines in S.O.Z.: Soldados o Zombies, the new post-apocalyptic horror series that is now available for viewing on demand at Amazon Prime. James also has a supporting role in Lansky, the new biopic starring Harvey Keitel as legendary crime boss Meyer Lansky (available now for streaming on demand on all major streaming platforms), while he'll soon be seen opposite Kristen Bell and Vince Vaughn in Queenpins, which opens in theaters nationwide on Friday, Sept. 10. Topics this segment include the advice that Robert Guillaume gave James when he was a young actor, and how that wisdom has guided James' choices as an actor ever since. Want to advertise/sponsor our show? TV Confidential has partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle advertising/sponsorship requests for the podcast edition of our program. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the link below to get started: https://www.advertisecast.com/TVConfidentialAradiotalkshowabout Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark and Kenny dive deep into the beloved and much admired first ballad on Erotica and its masterpiece of a video (the final - so far - collaboration with David Fincher) as well as some other not-so-masterful pieces Madonna worked on in 1993. Featuring Louise Oriole, Jonathan Ross, Christopher Walken, Willem Dafoe, Joe Mantegna, Anne Archer, Julianne Moore, Alfred Hitchcock, Gregory Peck, Louis Jordan, Alida Valli, Abel Ferrara, Harvey Keitel, James Russo, and … yes … Joey Buttafuoco. “Bad Girl” video directed by David Fincher (1993)Madonna performing “Bad Girl” on SNL (January 1993)Trailer for Body of Evidence directed by Uli Edel (1993)Trailer for Dangerous Game directed by Abel Ferrara (1993)Trailer for The Paradine Case directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1947)
In this episode, Marisa and Aric *figuratively* hit the road to celebrate the road film genre, a staple in cinema that is known for bringing new perspectives and unseen horizons.Along the way, they'll take a look at six iconic road films: THELMA & LOUISE (1991), the iconic story of two women on the run to Mexico that is, quite simply, badass, LA STRADA (1954), Federico Fellini's harsh, yet whimsical journey of a young woman and a strongman performer traveling through Italy, DEAD MAN (1995), Jim Jarmusch's western of a naive man that quickly becomes trapped in the hell of the American frontier, NEBRASKA (2013), the "dryer than yeast" comedy of an older father and son in search of a sweepstakes prize, WENDY AND LUCY (2008), a darkly ironic road film about a young girl, her dog, and a small Oregon town that are literally going nowhere, and THE PASSENGER (1975), Michelangelo Antonioni's cross-country road film of a journalist who steals the identity of a dead man, leading to dire consequences.Notes for a Theory of the Road Movie - Walter Salles, New York Times ArticlePlease consider supporting this show through our Patreon!Keep up with us on Instagram and Twitter: @filmchatterpod.Check out the films mentioned in this episode on our Letterboxd.Thanks for tuning in!Powered and distributed by Simplecast
Actor, James Moses Black currently stars as U.S. Army colonel, Colonel Murduch in the new Amazon Prime's TV series, S.O.Z: Soldados o Zombies (which is in English) which premieres on August 6 and currently has a supporting role in Vertical Entertainment's Lansky starring Harvey Keitel and can next be seen in STX Entertainment comedy, Queenpins starring Kristen Bell and Vince Vaughn opening in theaters nationwide on September 10 and also guest stars 2 upcoming episodes of Liza On Demand starring Liza Koshy which airs on You Tube Premium and just completed the indie feature Blackline: The Beirut Contract. Most recently Black co-starred as rogue cop Deacon Brown, opposite Naomie Harris and Frank Grillo in director Deon Taylor's crime drama, Black and Blue from Screen Gems. He also recurred as Reverend Hawley, a neighborhood preacher/counselor who inspires Randall Pearson (Sterling K. Brown) to continue his run for office in NBC's wildly popular This is Us series, and portrayed Brother Jamal in the F/X series, Snowfall. He was Sasha the henchman to Richard Dreyfuss' character in director/star Cuba Gooding's drama, Bayou Caviar, and he was Coach Oz in writer/director Eric Champnella's sports drama, Alex and Me.He made his television debut in The Orlando Jones Show and hasn't stopped working since. Recent highlights include Roots (as Kizzy's adversary, Pastor Benjamin Lyon); and recurs on Nashville, as Pastor Lewis and most recently 24: Legacy and recurs on Greenleaf which airs on the Own Network as Nigel the choir director. His additional television credits include: The Practice, The King of Queens, Gilmore Girls, JAG, The Unit, Ugly Betty, Entourage, Dexter, Life, Southland, Shameless, Sons of Anarchy, Criminal Minds, Grey's Anatomy NCIS: New Orleans and Cold Case, in which he played Gerald Carter, Michael B. Jordan's father. Black made his feature film debut as a CONTROL prison guard in Get Smart. His additional feature credits include: Remembering Phil, Pimpin' Pee Wee, Frogtown, Bad Ass 3: Bad Asses on the Bayou, Get Hard, Terminator Genisys, The Runner, American Ultra, Midnight Special, and the upcoming features Sex Guaranteed, Mind Puppets, Cut Off and Blackline: The Beirut Contract. A native of Portsmouth, Virginia (his dad served in the U.S. Navy for 22 years), Black later moved to Pittsburgh, where he graduated from South Hills High School. As far as his performing career goes, he says that he “got the bug straight out of the womb.” One of his first memorable roles was the 6th Grade non-speaking part of Snoopy in A Charlie Brown Christmas. #jamesmosesblack #acting #amazonprimeAdept at comedy, he started performing stand-up routines at the University of Minnesota, before he transferred to Central State University in Ohio, where he received his degree in business. He was already performing at Andrew Ford's Comedy Club in Columbus, Ohio, and traveled with Russell Simmons' HBO comedy tour. Black later won the role of Boggs, the creepy convict in the play adaptation of The Shawshank Redemption, before departing for San Francisco, where he studied at the American Conservatory Theater.
"Go to New York, make a splash and show these fuckers back here" This week's Episode of FNI Wrap Chat is someone who may be very recognisable to the Irish TV audience, from his brilliant turn in Love/Hate as Git Loughran, to his performances in the recent Taken Down and Dead Still. The brilliant writer/actor/director, Jimmy Smallhorne joins the two Paul's @paulbutlerlennox @paulwebsterfilms in the studio. Jimmy is an Irish filmmaker and actor who wrote, directed and acted in his debut feature film "2by4". The Sundance Selected 1998 notorious Feature. Jimmy recounts in brilliant detail his experiences finding finance and how Harvey Keitel was instrumental in helping it get made. 2by4 is a drama about a closeted gay construction worker in New York City and was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 1998 Sundance Film Festival and received the Festival's Cinematography award for the camera work of Declan Quinn (Leaving Las Vegas, Vanya on 42nd Street, Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love). Jimmy grew up in the Ballyfermot suburb of Dublin, Ireland. He emigrated to the United States in 1994, finding work as a construction laborer. While working in construction, Smallhorne helped organize the Irish Bronx Theater. In 2020 he appeared in the crime drama series Dead Still. He lives in Carlow with his partner. This is one hell of a podcast. DON'T MISS THIS ONE. Subscribe on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts and on HeadstuffPodcasts.com. With thanks to @wildcard_distribution @filmequipmentstore and @octovid Join our new MENTOR programme on www.WeAreFni.com/mentors #WeAreFni #YouAreFni
On this episode, Kate, Karen, Dennis, and Ed discuss their next batch of episodes for Cowboy Bebop: episodes 14-17. There's Ed's chess match, even more relevance to the space gate crash 50 years ago, Harvey Keitel, film noir, Captain America, the start of Faye's tragic past, and lest we not forget, some mushroom hunting. So make sure those rations aren't expired, it only counts if you catch the brains behind the operation, and watch out for scam artists, as it's time for more Bebop. See you, space cowboy. Support the show by either donating to our Ko-Fi link below, or by purchasing Cowboy Bebop on Blu-ray through our Amazon affiliate link: https://amzn.to/35ttfU7 Dennis: @ichnob | Ed: @ippennokuinashi | Karen: @RyaCosplay | Kate: @TaikoChan Website | Email | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | RSS | Ko-Fi
This week, Les chats with David Cade, who can currently be seen as the infamous mobster Ben “Bugsy” Siegel in the film “Lansky” alongside Harvey Keitel and Sam Worthington. David discovered his passion for storytelling at a young age and we discuss using film as a form of childhood escapism, his work with the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco, his first on-screen credit in the 2008 drama “Milk,” with Sean Penn and director Gus Van Sant, and much more. Check it out!
Geena Davis? Ben Mendelsohn? Adam Driver? Daniel Craig? Who is the best option to take up Harvey Keitel's role as Mr. White!? Unfortunately every existing copy of "Reservoir Dogs" has vanished, just like the satchel of diamonds! Thankfully, we have our resident Reservoir Dogs superfan, Ashley Hutchins, with us to help re-cast the entire heist group for our new version of Quentin Tarantino's 1992 debut film. Pink. White. Orange. Brown. Blue. Blonde. Even Nice Guy Eddie and Joe! We cover them all! So take a listen and let us know who you think re-cast this movie the best. Who would you take as your Mr. Blonde or Nice Guy Eddie? Let us know in the comments! Our First Tarantino Experiences: ~6:58 Re-Cast Rules/Order Selection: ~22:44 Mr. White (Harvey Keitel): ~25:23 Mr. Orange (Tim Roth): ~31:16 Mr. Blonde (Michael Madsen): ~41:51 Mr. Pink (Steve Buscemi): ~47:35 Mr. Blue (Eddie Bunker): ~50:42 Mr. Brown (Quentin Tarantino): ~55:53 Nice Guy Eddie (Chris Penn): ~1:02:34 Joe Cabot (Lawrence Tierney): ~1:08:25 People We Didn't Draft: ~1:14:22 OUR WEBSITE OUR SOCIAL MEDIA Music: Umbels Support Us #threefilmspod #indiepodcast #reservoirdogsmoviereview #reservoirdogsmovieessay #reservoirdogsmovie #reservoirdogsfilm #reservoirdogsfilmreview #reservoirdogsfilmessay #filmreviews #moviereviews #filmessays #movieessays #movies #films #videopodcast #reservoirdogs #quentintarantino #tarantino #movierecast #1992 #recast #tarantinofilms --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/threefilmspod/message
The Last Man – Dare Daniel Podcast Episode 93 “Much like Harvey Keitel, I'll be slumming and disinterested this whole way through.” Doomsday prepper Daniel Barnes and apocalyptic lifestyle manual procurer Corky McDonnell prepare for the final storm by watching Hayden Christensen sleepwalk through The Last Man. A dreary, […] The post “The Last Man” Podcast Movie Review appeared first on Dare Daniel - Podcast and Movie Reviews.
Who loves ya, baby? Kojak does, he's a tough talking, no nonsense cop trying to clean up this city. This episode also include Harvey Keitel as a bank robber and hostage taker. Kojak is the only one who can stop the hostage crisis and bring the perps to justice. Check it out! Telly Savalas sings: https://youtu.be/J94-_w9ARX0Find us in Twitter @iused2watchthis
This week we are throwing it back to a movie that just celebrated its 30th anniversary, the Ridley Scott film Thelma & Louise starring Geena Davis (Thelma) and Susan Sarandon (Louise). For those of you that haven't seen this classic, it's about two best friends that set out on an adventure, but it soon turns around to a terrifying escape from being hunted by the police, as these two girls escape for the crimes they committed. They are each other's "ride or die" literally and this is well before The Fast and The Furious franchise came out. It also stars Harvey Keitel, Michael Madsen, Christopher McDonald, Stephen Tobolowsky, Jason Beghe, and even Brad Pitt. Girls Night Out (twocrumbsup.co): Ingredients 2 oz Wild Turkey Coke to fill Maraschino Cherry to garnish Shot of Wild Turkey on the side... 2 oz Jose Cuervo Silver 1 oz Triple Sec 2 oz Lime Juice 1 tsp Agave Syrup Ice Salt for the Rim Slice of Lime Shot of Cuervo on the side... Directions Louise's order is relatively simple-- girl doesn't have time for anything fancy, she wants to DANCE. Pour whiskey over ice, top off with coca cola, and garnish with a cherry. For Thelma's margarita, first run a slice of lime around the rim of your glass to moisten it. Then, dip the glass in salt to coat the rim. Next, mix tequila, triple sec, lime juice, agave, and ice in a cocktail shaker-- shake vigourously until fully chilled, and pour into salted glass. Add more ice and garnish with a slice of lime. Serve both drinks with their respective shots and get ready to BEAT A MAN'S ASS. Drinking Game (suggestions I found on twitter): A shot every time somebody says "Dammit Thelma!" Chug at "Driiivvvvee Louise!" Do a shot when they mention Texas. Drink when they slag off a man. Drink when they mention Mexico. Drink when Louise is snarky to someone and Thelma is naive. Chug when Thelma says "Look out, my hair's coming down!" Take a drink at all feminist parts! As always drink responsibly and with friends. Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @Line_Drunk, check out linedrunk.wordpress.com and for bonus watch-a-long episodes join the Patreon page at patreon.com/linedrunk. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/linedrunk/support
On its 45th Anniversary, TAXI DRIVER can still boast about being socially relevant & controversial at once. It's a shockingly honest character study blended into a mesmerizing reality & falling into the darkest depths of a disturbed psyche. And the journey of creating this film is just as engaging as the story itself. **Discussions include** How writer Paul Schrader, director Martin Scorsese & Robert DeNiro came together, evolution of the script & producer involvement; inspiration behind the story; visual style, prophetic themes, tone & voyeuristic feel; in-depth cast discussion & analyzing the main character; real-life impact & connections; interpretations of the film's ending, score, MPAA influence, criticisms, release & reception. TAXI DRIVER (1976) Robert DeNiro, Jodie Foster, Cybill Shepherd, Harvey Keitel. Directed by Martin Scorsese. ***Picks of the Week*** —Lindsay's Pick THE KING OF COMEDY (1982) Robert DeNiro, Jerry Lewis, Sandra Bernhard, Diahnne Abbott. Directed by Martin Scorsese. —Justin's Pick MIDNIGHT RUN (1988) Robert DeNiro, Charles Grodin, John Ashton, Yaphet Kotto. Directed by Martin Brest. ***MurrayMoment*** Billy & a random taxi driver switch seats in the cab for a night. ***Final Thoughts on TAXI DRIVER.*** Next Episode: WAITING FOR GUFFMAN! Please rate, review & subscribe on your podcast platform of choice! Complete Episode Archive, Videos & Store: www.dontpushpausepodcast.com Facebook @dontpushpause Instagram @dontpushpausepodcast Twitter @dontpushpause Subscribe on YouTube, Don't Push Pause Podcast Email us: email@example.com Hosts: Justin Johnson & Lindsay Reber // Music: Matt Pace // Announcer: Mary Timmel // Logo: Beau Shoulders Be Kind and Rewatch! // July 13, 2021
Ian talks with writer/director/producer/actor Nicholas Celozzi about two Chicago-centric films that are heading into production.The Class stars Anthony Michael Hall and centers on a group of diverse high school kids forced to spend a Saturday together, in which they learn to break down the social barriers that divide them. No, it's not a Breakfast Club remake, and in the first half of this conversation, Celozzi talks about the real-world influences that compelled him to tell this story; how he channeled the voice of a generation that's different from his own; and what got him back into the director's chair.Celozzi also wrote The Legitimate Wiseguy, an autobiographical drama that previous KtS Podcast guest George Gallo (Vanquish, Bad Boys) will direct this fall. The film will star Harvey Keitel, Emile Hirsch, and Ruby Rose, and will tell the story of Celozzi's relationship with mentor and Mafia heavy Anthony Spilotro (a version of whom was famously portrayed by Joe Pesci in Casino).The filmmaker opens up about the real-life Spilotro; his rowdy days in 1980s Hollywood; and casting Harvey Keitel as his father--a famous Illinois car salesman whose TV commercials were a staple of Ian's youth!Show Links:Read Variety's article about the upcoming production of The Class.Read The Hollywood Reporter's article announcing The Legitimate Wiseguy. Watch Ian's interview with The Legitimate Wiseguy director George Gallo (for his previous film, Vanquish).Subscribe to, like, and comment on the Kicking the Seat YouTube channel!
Composer Max Aruj (http://maxaruj.com/) talks about how incredible it is to have “The Ice Road” and “Lansky” come out on the same day. Musician, singer, actor, model, and writer Mair Mulroney (https://www.thatgirlmair.com/) talks about her love for entertaining people. 0:00 SEGMENT 1: Composer Max Aruj (https://linktr.ee/Maxaruj) talks about falling in love with piano when he was 12, the effect “Fantasia” had on him as a kid, interning for Hans Zimmer, “The Ice Road” with Liam Neeson, “Lansky” with Harvey Keitel, and collaborating with writer/director Eytan Rockaway. 11:35 SEGMENT 2: Composer Max Aruj (https://twitter.com/MaxAruj) talks about composing for “The Crown”, “The Story of God with Morgan Freeman”, “Assassin's Creed”, creating a hero's theme for Liam Neeson, and his favorite career highlight so far. 20:53 SEGMENT 3: Mair Mulroney (https://twitter.com/ThatGirlMair) talks about being a kid in Washington D.C., moving out to L.A. with a distribution deal with Universal Music, and making music videos. 29:00 SEGMENT 4: Mair Mulroney (https://www.instagram.com/thatgirlmair/) talks about going through fight camp to prepare for the role of Aella in “Unchained”, co-starring with Eric Roberts, getting hit in the head with a bat on set, and writing music. 42:30 SEGMENT 5: Mair Mulroney (https://www.tiktok.com/@mairmulroney) talks about “Sands of Fate: A Star Wars Story”. Come to Toyman Toy Show (https://toymanshow.com/) July 11th at the Machinist Hall in Bridgeton, Missouri. Thanks to our sponsors Marcus Theatres (https://www.marcustheatres.com/) and Historic St. Charles, Missouri (https://www.discoverstcharles.com/) Amazon Affiliate Link - http://bit.ly/geektome Buy Me a Coffee - https://www.buymeacoffee.com/3Y0D2iaZl Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/GeekToMeRadio Website - http://geektomeradio.com/ Podcast - https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/GeekToMeRadio/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/geektomeradio Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/geektomeradio/ Producer - Joseph Vosevich https://twitter.com/Joey_Vee --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jamesenstall/support
As a kid, Eytan Rockaway would film toy soldiers in an effort to model his hero, Director Steven Spielberg. By the time he was twelve, he was shooting short films with friends, then after the army, he went to NYU to study film. In his new film ‘Lansky,' Harvey Keitel stars as Meyer Lansky. The description reads, “When the aging Meyer Lansky is investigated one last time by the Feds who suspect he has stashed away millions of dollars over half a century, the retired gangster spins a dizzying tale, revealing the untold truth about his life as the notorious boss of Murder Inc. and the National Crime Syndicate.” In this interview, Rockaway talks about the constant battle to make Independent Films, his obsession with mixed genres, how he spends time between films, how he creates “the Director's Bible,” and the scene he hated to cut in ‘Lansky' that might have changed the movie. If it's your first time listening, make sure to subscribe and visit my new website for information on the YouTube channel, the blog, this podcast, and my new book ‘Ink by the Barrel' which takes advice from these 200+ interviews at the link below… Follow us on Instagram: @creativeprinciples If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts? It only takes about 60-seconds and it really helps convince some of the hard-to-get guests to sit down and have a chat (simply scroll to the bottom on your iTunes Podcast app and click “Write Review"). Enjoy the show!
Meyer Lansky is as instrumental to The National Crime Syndicate as Harvey Keitel is to legendary cinematic performances.In writer/director Eytan Rockaway's second feature, he brings them both together, with an all-star cast in order to tell the true and personal story of the most infamous gangsters you've never heard of in the movie LANKSY.In today's episode, hosts Steven Pierce and James Allerdyce walk through each step of the process with Rockaway, from financing, to choosing locations, production design in two separate time periods, distribution, as well as technical aspects of running the set each day.“When the aging Meyer Lansky is investigated one last time by the Feds who suspect he has stashed away millions of dollars over half a century, the retired gangster spins a dizzying tale, revealing the untold truth about his life as the notorious boss of Murder Inc. and the National Crime Syndicate.”- Lansky IMDb
Hey Dude, I answer your question about my four favorite filmmakers by listing their four best films. I also include plenty of tangents and a short list of honorable mentions.QUOTE: "That movie was freakin' awesome."AUDIO LINKFILMMAKERS: Francis Ford Coppola, Eleanor Coppola, Martin Scorsese, Woody Allen (DQ), Jim Jarmusch, Francois Truffaut, Stanley Kubrick, Sidney Lumet, Paddy Chayefsky, Orson Welles, Alfred Hitchcock, David LynchACTORS/PERFORMERS: Al Pacino, Marlon Brando, Harvey Keitel, Martin Sheen, Gene Hackman, Robert De Niro, Bob Hope, Nick Nolte, Rosanna Arquette, Jerry Lewis, Sandra Bernhard, David Letterman, Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Faye Dunaway, Robert Duvall, Ned Beatty, Peter Finch, Paul Newman, Matt "Money" Smith, Diane KeatonFILMS: The Godfather & Part II (Part III), Apocalypse Now, Hearts of Darkness: A Filmmakers Apocalypse, The Conversation, The Outsiders, Rumble Fish, One from the Heart, Taxi Driver, Raging Bull, Life Lessons, New York Stories, The King of Comedy, Goodfellas, Stranger Than Paradise, Down By Law, Shoot The Piano Player, 400 Blows, Jules and Jim, Dog Day Afternoon, Serpico, Network, The Verdict, Cool Hand Luke, The Hustler, Blue Velvet, Eraserhead, Inland Empire, The Straight Story, Mulholland Drive, Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks: The ReturnPLACES: Hollywood Burbank Airport, Humboldt State UniversityTHINGS: Lucha Libre, KCBS-TV, HBOSOUNDS: footsteps, gravel path, Laguna Sawdust Cowbell Chimes, airplanes, helicopter, birdsGENRE: storytelling, personal narrative, personal journalPHOTO: "Podcast Show Notes Book"RECORDED: June 25, 2021 from the "Wawona Lawn" under the flight path of the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, CaliforniaGEAR: Sony ICD PX370 digital voice recorder and Sony ECM CS3 "tie-clip" microphone.HYPE: "It's a beatnik kinda literary thing in a podcast cloak of darkness." Timothy Kimo Brien (cohost on Podwrecked and host of Create Art Podcast)DISCLAIMER/WARNING: Proudly presented rough, raw and ragged. Seasoned with salty language and ideas. Not for most people's taste. Please be advised.
Our next guest is a composer born and raised in Los Angeles. His latest projects include Eytan Rockaway's Lansky, starring Harvey Keitel, and Jonathan Hensleigh's The Ice Road, starring Liam Neeson. He joined the Assassin's Creed universe for Wrath of the Druids (2021). He co-produced Gryffin's Deluxe orchestral album (2020) and composed additional music on Mission: Impossible - Fallout for Lorne Balfe, and on The Crown, for Hans Zimmer and Rupert Gregson-Williams. He also wrote additional music on HBO's His Dark Materials. The composer is... Max Aruj --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/composertalk/support
I am so happy to be joined again by the legendary Lawrence Leritz. In the second part of our conversation, he discusses his choreographic and singing career, including getting career tips from Patti LaBelle, a call from Jimmy Carter, being manipulated by Berry Gordy, speaking Hebrew with Herschel Bernardi, setting up a dance between Beverly Sills and Peter Martins, and doing comedic dancing with Harvey Keitel and Carly Rae Jepsen! Lawrence is a man of the theater through and through, and you can't miss his enthusiasm about or dedication to his craft.
Phil and Lisa dive into the oeuvre of Ben Stiller and can’t sanction his buffoonery. Plus, gangster movies! Comic book movies! Evan Hansen! And an extended visit from Harvey Keitel and his… um…. accoutrement. Movies ruined: Lansky, Dear Evan Hansen, The Eternals, Zoolander, Ran. Host Lisa Schmeiser and Philip Michaels.
Phil and Lisa dive into the oeuvre of Ben Stiller and can’t sanction his buffoonery. Plus, gangster movies! Comic book movies! Evan Hansen! And an extended visit from Harvey Keitel and his… um…. accoutrement. Movies ruined: Lansky, Dear Evan Hansen, The Eternals, Zoolander, Ran. Lisa Schmeiser and Philip Michaels.
Wrestle Roasts' Dan St. Germain & Scott Chaplain join Zac this week for another classic and gripping drama. "LT" (brilliantly played by Harvey Keitel) is a corrupt NYC police officer struggles with his crippling addictions to drugs and gambling, while simultaneously trying to solve the case of a nun's rape. Ranked as one of the top 5 movies from the 1990's by Martin Scorsese himself, it's Bad Lieutenant from 1992, directed by Abel Ferrara.PLEASE VISIT OUR SPONSORSIf you are currently a fan of Kratom, you can save some money and stock up at YoKratom.com, the only place you will find $60 Kilos. Visit www.YoKratom.com where you can buy directly at incredible prices.FOLLOW THE SHOW!Zac AmicoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/zacisnotfunnyDan St. GermainInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/danst.germainTwitter: https://twitter.com/dsgermainScott ChaplainInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/scott_chaplainTwitter: https://twitter.com/scott_chaplainWrestle Roastshttps://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/wrestleroasts/id1341403759The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show five days before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe NOW at http://www.GaSDigitalNetwork.com and use the code ZAC for a 7-Day FREE Trial and save 15% on your subscription to the entire network.Check out https://www.PodcastMerch.com/ZAC to get EXCLUSIVE Zac Amico merchandise (including the Amico 666 Shirt seen on the Joe Rogan Experience!), with BRAND NEW HATS AVAILABLE NOW!