The new Baz Luhrmann film covers a ton of Elvis ground - why did Baz take on such a daunting subject? How did he get the information to bring a lacking lens to the Elvis story? And who the heck is Colonel Tom Parker? Come listen and learn! Evan and Taylor's projects: videos, go watch Evan's film work sign up, Taylor's weekly newsletter Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email us @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer, Elvis (2022) video, Austin Butler preproduction singing interview, Baz Lurhmann on Black artistry interview, Nelson George on consulting the film video, Baz with Elvis' friend Sam Bell interview, Yola on playing Sister Rosetta Tharpe article, the real Colonel Tom Parker video, Lilo and Stich Elvis impersonating scene trailer, Elvis & Nixon (2016) Other similar episodes to check out…Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, Nightmare Alley, Being the Ricardos, Billie Holiday
On this episode of the podcast we break down our BEST and WORST movies of 2022 so far. We also catch up on our recent movie viewing and address the dumpster fire that is the DCEU. Hosted by Award winning filmmaker Ross Boyask and blogger/writer/former filmmaker Phil Hobden. Discussed: Jurassic World Dominion, Memory, Men, Top Gun Maverick, The Batman, Jackass Forever, Boiling Point, The Northman, Everything Everywhere All At Once, X, Scream, Bisping, Downfall: The Case Against Boeing, Fresh, Morbius, Firestarter, Ambulance, The 355, Blacklight, Nightmare Alley, The Weekend Away, Licorice Pizza, Kimi, Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, The Black Phone, Pirates, RRR, Con Air, Superman: The Movie, Archive, The Man From Toronto, Never Back Down: Revolt, Unhuman, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, The Flash, Fresh, Moonfall, Thor: Love and Thunder, Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers, RRR, Darren Shahlavi, Danny Trejo, Ezra Miller, For more on Ross Boyask search @RossBoyask on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook. Also check out @EvoFilmsUK online. For more on Phil Hobden check out www.philsquickreview.co.uk to follow me on Letterboxd or check out PhilQuickReview on Twitter. Podcast available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music, Stitcher, TuneIn, GooglePlay, Anchor and here at www.rossandphiltalkmovies.co.uk #RossAndPhil #RossAndPhilTalkMovies #MoviePodcasts #Podcasts #wittertainment
Happy Tuesday movie nerds! Today I watched the latest Guillermo del Toro movie on HBO Max, and after a couple days of movies I was not too high on, it was great to be back to something I can say I really enjoyed. Listen on if you've seen it (it's on HBO Max) but download either way so I look big and important.
Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS is upon us, so it is now time for OMFYS' ELVIS EPISODE! First, Elvis Presley himself is a karate-chopping, motorcycle-riding, rock and roll rebel with a big chip on his shoulder who falls in with a traveling carnival in ROUSTABOUT (1964). Only Elvis' singing can keep the carnival from being gobbled up by a sideshow conglomerate, so it's up to carny queen Barbara Stanwyck (!) to convince him to stop being a dick long enough to save the show in what is (kinda sorta) the Elvis movie version of Nightmare Alley. Also starring Joan Freeman and the age appropriate love interest and Leif Erickson as the drunken carnival foreman who runs Elvis off the road in a fit of rage + Richard Kiel as the strong man, Teri Garr shaking her tail as a cooch tent dancer and Billy Barty as the butt of Elvis' cancellable jokes. Raquel Welch is also in here somewhere. Produced by Hal Wallis (Casablanca, The Maltese Falcon, True Grit) if you can believe that! Roustabout is currently streaming for free with ads on Pluto. And next, we go for a bit of ELVIS PANIC with THE WORLD'S GREATEST SINNER (1962), the zero-budget passion project from Timothy Carey, the unhinged character actor who once drove Marlon Brando to stab him with a pencil. Best known for small but utterly engrossing performances in Kubrick's The Killing (1956) and Paths of Glory (1957), Carey poured everything he had (including the labor of several family members) into this tale of Clarence Hilliard, a bored insurance salesman who transforms himself into a dangerous cult leader and proclaims himself a god through very Elvis-like rock and roll performances. Featuring Paul Frees (Mars and Beyond/Episode 3) as the voice of the Devil himself and music by a very young Frank Zappa. Now streaming on Prime for an extra 99¢ rental. All this plus Robert Lopez AKA EL VEZ stops by to discuss the upcoming mega Elvis biopic, Elvis Presley's own movie career and the continuing impact of the King of Rock and Roll on pop culture. Hosts: Bob Calhoun, Cory Sklar, and the father-daughter duo of Greg Franklin & Philena Franklin Weed is available at your local dispensary in participating states.
Empodden!Today's main attraction is Guillermo del Toro's neo-noir thriller NIGHTMARE ALLEY, then we head over to Jersey City for MS. MARVEL, Marvel's latest superpowered television series. (Both streaming on Disney +). With presenters Rob Jan & Megan McKeough, 'Zero G' explores Science Fiction, Fantasy and Historical.Website: http://www.rrr.org.au/program/zero-g/playlistsFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ZeroGRadioRob Jan on Twitter: @zerogrobjan
Brewboss Shawn and Chelsea The Regulator return from hiatus to be joined by Cinema Chop Shop fan-favorite, Joey Poole, to discuss the 1947 film, "Nightmare Alley", and the 2021 remake, "Nightmare Alley". In our head-to-head breakdown of each film, which will come out on top? Sources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLWXwkdkOu8 Streaming: 1947 version, Criterion Channel, YouTube. 2021 version, Hulu, HBOMax.
Nightmare Alley - Official Teaser Trailer Reaction - Guillermo del Toro! Guillermo del Toro's remake of the Tyrone Power film noir classic, Nightmare Alley, is coming December 2021. From the look of the teaser trailer and the amazing cast, this will be a much watch. What do you think?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swomBO-99XMSupport the show
On this episode, we're investigating Stanton Carlisle's rise and fall in all three versions of Nightmare Alley: the original novel, the 1947 movie, and Guillermo del Toro's 2021 adaptation. Topics include: the eerie way in which William Lindsay Gresham's book almost foreshadowed his own demise, the incident in del Toro's past that made him connect so deeply with the source material, notable differences between each iteration, some pushback on the criticism that the most recent version favors style over substance, why the entire point is that you were supposed to see the ending coming from a mile away, and much more! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Apple Podcasts | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify Chris's Instagram & Twitter | Kristen's Instagram Chris & Kristen's Web Series: The Strange Case of Lucy Chandler
Oh this is a short one. Eric likes 2021's Nightmare Alley but the other brothers… not so much. Along the way they discuss Bad Vegan, The Radium Girls, Crazy Stupid Love, Wormwood (the documentary series), Trial By Media, William Barr's piece of crap book, Strange New Worlds, Discovery, and Mary Roach's Fuzz. File length 51:46 File Size 36.4 MB Theme by Jul Big Green via SongFinch Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts Listen to us on Stitcher Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Send your comments to email@example.com Visit the show website at www.notinacreepyway.com
An Oscar movie for Toni! Next week we're watching the first two episodes of Pieces of Her! Befriend us: Pod: @thetoniawards on Instagram, @toniawardspod on Twitter Jake: @jakeheverhart on Instagram, @therealjakobeem on Twitter Sam: @samanthprosser on Instagram, @samanthprosser on Twitter Rayne: @iblessthe_rayne on Instagram, @iblesstherayne on Twitter, @raynemcgowan on TikTok
It's a very special Nightmare Alley edition of the Nightmare on Film Steet horror movie podcast on the brand new, rip-roaring found footage film - DASHCAM! Your horror hosts Jon & Kim are joined by the film's co-writers Jed Shepherd and Gemma Hurley to get a look behind the most chaotic and intense horror film of 2022; how it was conceived, how it's been received, and just what makes a good found footage movie. Dashcam is in theatres and on digital now. Joinn usss.. // SUPPORT THE SHOW // Nightmare on Film Street is a labor of love - and Terror! Support us on Patreon to unlock frightfully good rewards; like shoutouts on the show and social media, access to our episode archive, producer credits, bonus episodes, and much more! www.nofspodcast.com/fiend. This week, Fiend Club members have instant access to Nightmare on Film Street's Never Sleep Again podcast series, reviewing the entire A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise in one gigantic 39-hour recording session! 9 Movies. 9 Podcasts. No Sleep. Come To Freddy... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Picture the old side show attractions, very reminiscent of the 2021 film Nightmare Alley. Those who dabbled in the psychic realm could be called to answer questions. Some claimed they could see a person's aura radiating from their life form. Is it a hoax or could these people be telling the truth? I'll let you decide. --- 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/conspiracy-me/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/conspiracy-me/support
Hosts Tim Rosenberger -- a 25 Years Later film writer, a blogger, and YouTuber -- and Rosalie Lewis, a writer for FThisMovie.com, our joined this month by writer Nora MacIntyre. For her website notoriouslynora.com, Nora has written about a wide variety of subjects, such as LGBT films or topics, toxic masculinity, sex, hagsploitation, and she also writes more general film reviews. For Pride Month, Nora's here to discuss three films she considers part of sapphic cinema: the historical, political thriller The Scarlet Empress (1934); the film noir Nightmare Alley (1947); and the romantic drama Walk on the Wild Side (1962). Sapphic has many definitions depending on who you ask, but it can be a synonym for lesbians or lesbianism. For Nora, it can encompass lesbianism but also bi/pan women. The three talk about how the trio of films fare as movies, how they fit into sapphic cinema, and what they mean to Nora. The Criterion Collection released the boutique hom video versions of The Scarlett Empress and Nightmare Alley, and Arrow Video released Walk on the Wild Side in the U.K.
Today the horse mayor joins us to talk shit about Wales! Next week, Nightmare Alley! Befriend us: Pod: @thetoniawards on Instagram, @toniawardspod on Twitter Jake: @jakeheverhart on Instagram, @therealjakobeem on Twitter Sam: @samanthprosser on Instagram, @samanthprosser on Twitter Melena: @melonirl on Instagram, @melonurl on Twitter
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The dark and Intriguing world that Guillermo Del Toro lays out for us in this week's film is enough to make one stand up and take notice. We consider it's simplicity, but also it's complexity, all the while analyzing how well this movie delivers it's ultimate message. Nightmare Alley is rated R and was released December 1, 2021 The film features the talents of Bradley Cooper as Stanton Carlisle, Cate Blanchett as Dr. Lilith Ritter, Toni Collet as Zeena the Seer and Willemstad Defoe as Clem Hoatley. Hosts: Daniel Levain, Ian Sweetman and Eric Sweetman. Subscribe thru: Apple Podcast Google Podcast Spotify
The Offer is out, about the making of the Godfather film. But how did Mario Puzo craft the original story? Was the mob actually involved? And what forgotten book was his true inspiration? Let's find out! Evan and Taylor's projects: videos, go watch Evan's film work sign up, Taylor's weekly newsletter Contact: @illiteratepod, reach out on instagram Extras: trailer, The Offer (TV show 2022) book, Mario Puzo's autobiography (1972) poster art, The Brotherhood (1968) article, Frank Sinatra and the mob article, Peter Bart's account of the production article, the only NYT reporter on the film set (1971) book, The Fortunate Pilgrim (1965) Other similar episodes to check out…The Irishman, Motherless Brooklyn, Nightmare Alley, Pachinko, Candyman, Shaft, Steven Spielberg, Bad Education, Mindhunter
Join your horror hosts Jon & Kim for a very special edition of Nightmare Alley where they sit down to discuss the 30-year anniversary of Stephen King's Sleepwalkers with director Mick Garris! Sleepwalkers blew the minds of horror fans in 1992 and we're happy to report it's still a bonafide crowd-pleaser today. This episode was recorded live at the 2022 Panic Film Festival in front of a jam-packed auditorium immediately following the festival's anniversary screening. Tune in now to hear all about the making of this cult classic from the horror master himself! Joinn usss.. // SUPPORT THE SHOW // Nightmare on Film Street is a labor of love - and Terror! Support us on Patreon to unlock frightfully good rewards; like shoutouts on the show and social media, access to our episode archive, producer credits, bonus episodes, and much more! www.nofspodcast.com/fiend. This week, Fiend Club members have instant access to Nightmare on Film Street's Never Sleep Again podcast series, reviewing the entire A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise in one gigantic 39-hour recording session! 9 Movies. 9 Podcasts. No Sleep. Come To Freddy... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Films Discussed: Mark, Mary & Some Other People (2021) Rings (2017) Nightmare Alley (2021) The Wolf Hour (2019) Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022) Grizzly II: The Revenge (2020/1983??) Loose fit episode! Listen in as Jared and Dan talk about some movies they've been watching! Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts and leave us a 5 star review! Please consider joining our Patreon! www.patreon.com/indiefilmreview Twitter: @IndieFilmPod Instagram: @IndieFilmReviewPod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
"I'm a hustler. I've always been one. But, I love you." The film noir series continues with a look at 1947's NIGHTMARE ALLEY, directed by Edmund Goulding and starring Tyrone Power and Joan Blondell. Rance Collins is back for this discussion-- we talk all about the film and compare it to Guillermo Del Toro's 2021 remake. Links Rance's podcast, The Envelope PleaseNightmare Alley (1947) on YouTube Connect with Arthouse Garage Support us on Patreon Arthouse Garage shop Instagram Facebook Twitter Letterboxd Email us at Andrew@ArthouseGarage.com Subscribe to the email newsletter: arthousegarage.com/subscribe Try Opopop popcorn! Get 10% off your first order Theme music by Apauling Productions
Peter and Colter kick off the new format with a simple question, what piece of storytelling is meaningful to you right now? It's a mouthful of a question but we specifically worded it this way to take the pressure off of trying to name your favorite X or the best Y. Sometimes you are in a moment where one piece of art is taking up all of your brain space. We all have those moments where something is our favorite thing at that moment even if it won't be in a few years/months/weeks. With that being said this first episode in the new format is a two parter. Pete has the FX series "Atlanta" on the brain, and Colter's noggin is full of 2022 best picture winner "CODA".
Of all the movies we saw in 2021, the one we keep returning to is Guillermo del Toro's modern noir about a mysterious carnival worker. To dig deep into the movie and how its themes connect to our time, Sean is joined by comedian, actor, and certified movie freak Patton Oswalt. Patton shares his deep knowledge of film noir, his favorites in the genre, and where ‘Nightmare Alley' fits in its history. Host: Sean Fennessey Guest: Patton Oswalt Producer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, we talk about methods to scale design critiques with a growing team. In the Sidebar, we dig into the...details...of Figma's latest UI changes which added file type icons to file tabs.Golden Ratio Supporters:Zeplin recently shipped Flows!Flows are a fast/effortless way to create and outline user flows and journeys. Designers can use flows to connect screens in seconds and map complete user journeys, showing not just the happy path but all possible paths and behaviors.All you need to do is add screens you want in a flow, then add a connector which will snap into place to connect screens or design elements. You even add a label to clarify edge cases or error paths.As you publish new versions of designs, your flows and connectors will get updated automatically as screens change.Learn more about Zeplin FlowsWatch a demo on YouTubeJob Board:We're curating the best product design roles from the world's most design-forward companies.
This week Ryan and Hayley discuss people's need to be seen, the questions of Man vs Monster and Curiosity vs Confidence, and the arts of mentalism and magicians. Linktr.ee/poppsych101 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/poppsych101/message
Join Podcast Patreon In this episode you get my unwanted reviews/suggestions/ideas on twenty four movies and twelve TV series! They are: Gold, Encounter, The Rhythm Section, The King's Man, Nightmare Alley, Shepherd, No Exit, Here Before, Restless, The Magnificent Seven, Studio 666, Spiderman No Way Home, Windfall, Nightride, Locke, Out Of The Blue, House Of Gucci, The Bubble, Bull, Shut In, Metal Lords, After Yang, The Batman, The Outfit. TV Shows: Ozark, Mayans, Hawkeye, The Woman In The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window, Reacher, The Sinner, Future Man, Pieces Of Her, Russian Doll, Hard Cell, Archive 81, Better Call Saul. This Is After Yang Bollocks.
This week we're stirring up the plot of 2021's Nightmare Alley into something a little… different. And if you know anything about this podcast, you know that by “different” we mean “an unholy abomination about rhino poaching, Ace Ventura, and fighting Jeff Corwin to the death.” Some talking points: Toenail the Ferret, Bumblebee's acting process, … Continue reading Stir the Plot 41: Dr. Dolittle and the Multiverse of Madness →
In this episode, we discuss Best Picture nominee Nightmare Alley. Stina has deemed this not a scary movie, for those who spook easy. Apologies for the hoarse voices. We recorded this at 7am. Cheat Sheet Article referenced here Instagram: @heyitstwogirls, @classicSTINA, @daniellecobianchi Twitter: @heyitstwogirls, @classicSTINA Two Girls Drink Beer Youtube Beer Coffee Doughnuts Blog --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/twogirlswatchtv/message
Among the nominees for Best Picture at last month's Academy Awards was director Guillermo Del Toro's follow-up to his 2017 Oscar winner The Shape of Water. Starring Bradley Cooper as a down-on-his-luck carnie with a mysterious past, this remake of the 1947 film noir also stars Cate Blanchett, Willem Dafoe, Toni Collette, Rooney Mara, and David Strathairn, with Del Toro regulars Ron Perlman and Richard Jenkins rounding out the cast. The film didn't win any Oscars, but production designer Tamara Deverell did take home the Art Directors Guild award for Period Feature Drama. You could pay a quarter to see the geek, or you can listen to three of us review Nightmare Alley for free! 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
Andy's Circus! This week it's the noir classic Nightmare Alley (1947). Kelley reviews Books of Blood for Straight-to-Video Russian Roulette. Brought to you ad-free by the Legion of Demons at patreon.com/notlp. Join the Legion to get more stuff at patreon.com/notlp! Our Beelzebub tier producers are: Alise Kombrinck Mark Watts Amanda Geletko Ernest Perez Blake Heath Jeremy, Cassie & Gamora Burmeister Jeff L Iona Goodwin Branan & Emily Intravia-Whitehead Bill Chandler Blayne Turner Monica Martinson Paul Gauthier Brian Krause Alyssa Boehm Dave Siebert Carla Gibson Dustin & Ace Chisam Lynn Walsh Joe Juvland Mike Burns Additional financial contributions by Amy & Freddy Morris “Monster Movies (with My Friends)” was written and performed by Kelley Kombrinck. It was recorded and mixed by Freddy Morris. Night of the Living Podcast's chief contributors are: Andy Hung Kelley Kombrinck Amy Morris Freddy Morris The podcast is produced and engineered by Amy & Freddy Morris. Night of the Living Podcast Social Media: facebook.com/notlp twitter.com/notlp instagram.com/nightofthelivingpodcast youtube.com/notlpcrew Connect with other listeners in the Facebook Group or on Reddit: https://www.facebook.com/groups/notlp https://www.reddit.com/r/NOTLPodcast
Esta semana Reinaldo (@RGZprints) quisiera tomar la oportunidad de rememorar una de sus conversaciones favoritas en el canal cuando aún era llamado Pine Copper Lime. Esta fue apenas su segunda entrevista para el programa y quisiera compartirla nuevamente con ustedes. Si han visto la película nominada al Oscar, “Nightmare Alley” o traducida al español como “El Callejón de las Almas Perdidas” seguramente se toparon con algunos de las ilustraciones y escenas en la producción de diseño inspirados de los dibujos y grabados de mi invitado. Esta es una conversación con el ilustrador y grabador español Tomas Hijo (@tomashijo). Tomas, vive el sueño como ilustrador y educador en Salamanca, España re imaginando grandes clásicos de la literatura como el Señor de los Anillos, por medio del linograbado que según él pudo haber tallado un Hobbie. También, reviviendo viejas leyendas urbanas y descubriendo arquetipos que celebran nuestra conciencia colectiva, como seres humanos. Conversarán sobre el balance de llevar una vida de educador e ilustrador y el también haber colaborado con uno de sus grandes héroes, Guillermo del Toro. Así que sin más preámbulos revisitemos esta conversación con Tomás Hijo.
Velkommen til Episode 180, hvor vi ser nærmere på to store instruktørers seneste film. Guillermo Del Toros Nightmare Alley og Robert Eggers vikinge epos The Northman. Og så har vi også et interview med Poul Høxbroe, der har været musikkonsulent på The Northman. 00:00:00: Intro 00:00:13: Nightmare Alley anmeldelse 00:36:00: The Northman anmeldelse 01:06:10: Poul Høxbroe interview 01:31:00: Nyheder 01:47:00: Han Duo Jokes 01:50:00: Karakter og afslutning Episoden er klippet af Mie Brandstrup God fornøjelse Kh Jacob & Elias
Come on over and see the most incredible sight ever! Except it's not a sight, it's a podcast. OoooOOOooo! It's all in your mind and you'll never expect what comes next on the show! Let us know your thoughts on this episode and what your favorite Del Toro film is on Instagram or Twitter. Don't forget to recommend movies like this for us at any time, just visit our website! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Nightmare Alley (2021) ALL MOVIES SPOILED In this Midnight Movie, Alex Vlahov, the curator of OnlyFilmNoir, leads Jeremy and Brian down an alley to discover Guillermo Del Toro's latest nightmare and to sample some of his artisanal pickles. This discussion is a sequel of sorts to Ep 54 - Horror Noir. Follow OnlyFilmNoir here: Instagram Where to watch: Nightmare Alley (Blu-Ray) Further reading: Nightmare Alley by William Lindsay Gresham The Art of Horror Movies by Stephen Jones Other films referenced: Nightmare Alley (1947) Total Recall (1990) Twin Peaks Circus of Horrors Nightmare Circus The Elephant Man The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) The Princess and the Frog Something Wicked This Way Comes The Sacrifice Fight Club The Mule (2018) Jumanji The Shape of Water Crash (2004) Green Book Detour Freaks Catch Me If You Can Nude on the Moon
We're joined by Lloyd Kaufman on this week's episode of the Nightmare on Film Street podcast! Join your horror hosts Kim and Jon as they interview the king of gross-out cinema about his new (and maybe final) film #SHAKESPEARESSHITSTORM, celebrating 50 years of Troma, the state of cinema today, and just how smart chickens are. We also get serenaded with a clarinet.. TWICE! // SUPPORT THE SHOW // Nightmare on Film Street is a labor of love - and Terror! Support us on Patreon to unlock frightfully good rewards; like shoutouts on the show and social media, access to our episode archive, producer credits, bonus episodes, and much more! www.nofspodcast.com/fiend. This week, Fiend Club members have instant access to the first episiode of Nightmare on Film Street's Never Sleep Again podcast series, reviewing the entire A Nightmare on Elm Street franchise in one gigantic 39-hour recording session! 9 Movies. 9 Podcasts. No Sleep. Come To Freddy... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
For the Season 3 Finale episode of Oscar Buzzkills, Mari and Jeff break down "The Best of the Rest" or all the other great Oscar nominated films this year that didn't get their own episode! We're talkin The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Nightmare Alley, King Richard, Licorice Pizza, Being the Ricardos, tick tick… BOOM!, Don't Look Up, No Time to Die, Cruella, Encanto, The Worst Person in the World, and more. Plus, they chat about two new movies coming out this week: Fantastic Beasts and the Secrets of Dumbledore AND Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent - one is a must see and one is not.... tune in to find out which is which! PLUS The Dropout, Human Resources, and Severance for come TV sprinklings. Thanks so much for tuning in this season and keep on watching movies! We'll be back real soon!
Episode 307 takes you to the carnival. Not the relatively safe, modern version you see pop up during the warmer months. We're talking the seedy, dangerous kind from years past, found in Guillermo del Toro's “Nightmare Alley” (2021). Find us on Instagram where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. CTS can be found on Soundcloud, Stitcher, Apple Music and anywhere fine podcasts can be found. Please rate, review, subscribe- it really does help new listeners find us! #horror #horrormovies #horrornerd #horroraddict #horrorjunkie #monsterkid #bmovie #scarymovies #monstermovie #podcast #chewingthescenery #zombies #zombie #VHS #moviemonsters #freepodcast #denver #colorado #nightmarealley #guillermodeltoro #bradleycooper #willemdafoe #cateblanchett #rooneymara
What did she say? FIDDY? Make me wanna smack a bish!! A very brief update on The Dirty Job, after Man fills us in on Chewy's bathroom habits and we dive in.Here we go!!!Shang-Chi and the Legends of the Ten Rings (2021) on Disney+. Shang-Chi, aka Shaun (Simu Liu), the master of weaponry-based Kung Fu, is forced to confront his past after being drawn into the Ten Rings organization along with his friend Katy (Awkwafina). This masterpiece is full of vibrant colors, fluid movements and beautiful mythical creatures and Gods based on Chinese mythology. A definite must watch!Nightmare Alley (2021 ) on HBO. In this noire, 1939 based movie, a grifter (Bradley Cooper) working his way up from low-ranking carnival worker to lauded psychic medium matches wits with a psychiatrist (Cate Blanchett). Directed by Guillermo Del Torro, you know this is a banger!Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021). With Spider-Man's identity now revealed, Peter asks Doctor Strange for help. When a spell goes wrong, dangerous foes from other worlds start to appear, forcing Peter to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man. In this nostalgic and absolutely perfect mesh between old and new director Jon Watts hits every emotion known to man as we cheer Spidey on.
Guillermo del Toro's Nightmare Alley was probably the most surprising Best Picture Nomination for John and Steve. It's not that they expected to dislike the movie but neither of them thought they would be as taken with it as they were. With incredible performances, a compelling story and Del Toro's unique ability to create a fully realized world, Nightmare Alley is a fantastic Noir Thriller that is well worth your time. Of course, if you want to watch John and Steve as well as listen you can see the video right here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuilYaGJ2Mo&t=11s Don't forget to like and subscribe. Don't forget to support The Cine-Files at https://www.patreon.com/TheCineFiles and purchase any film we feature at https://www.cine-files.net Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheCineFilesPod/?ref=bookmarks John @therochasays Steve @srmorris The Cine-Files Twitter @cine_files Instagram thecinefilespodc --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/support
Moon Knight, Ep. 1 gets REALLY deep. Plus, Nightmare Alley should have won best picture... Jay Sherer is joined by Josh Taylor from Modern Mouse to talk about the 94th Academy Awards and why they choose the films they choose. Plus, episode one of Moon Knight went a lot deeper than we expected. We'll react to Moon Knight, Ep. 1! The Story Geeks Show airs at 10AM (PT)/11AM (MT)/1PM (ET) on Tuesdays and Thursdays LIVE on YouTube and is posted to podcast providers immediately following. SUPPORT THE CHANNEL + STORYTELLING RESOURCES:https://www.patreon.com/howstorieswork JAY'S ORIGINAL STORIES (CO-WRITTEN BY NATHAN SCHECK): Death of a Bounty Hunter (novel and audiobook): http://deathofabountyhunter.com Timeslingers (YA serial adventure story): https://www.amazon.com/Timeslingers/d... Star Wars: Rivals (short film): https://youtu.be/wrqWoTLRzCw FOLLOW/CONNECT: Twitter: https://twitter.com/storytellinghsw Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/howstorieswork
Sadly, the 2022 Oscars will be remembered for the slap heard (and seen) around the world, but there were a number of historic Oscar moments lost in the Twitterverse that Sam and Ian are ready to discuss including historic wins for "CODA", Ariana DeBose, Jane Campion, and more!Check us out on...Twitter @TSMoviePodFacebook: Time SensitiveInstagram: @timesensitivepodcastGrab some Merch at TeePublicBig Heads Media
PRE-OSCARS REVIEW: As part of our 2022 Oscars prep we review NIGHTMARE ALLEY. Synopsis: In 1940s New York, down-on-his-luck Stanton Carlisle endears himself to a clairvoyant and her mentalist husband at a traveling carnival. Using newly acquired knowledge, Carlisle crafts a golden ticket to success by swindling the elite and wealthy. Hoping for a big score, he soon hatches a scheme to con a dangerous tycoon with help from a mysterious psychologist who might be his most formidable opponent yet. For movie reviews, early access to Tomato Fights and more bonus content, join our Patreon: patreon.com/listentobrunch
The 2022 Oscars will forever go down as the day Will Smith non-jokingly slapped Chris Rock in the face on national television. Also, some people won awards and stuff! Todd, Lara, Andrea, and I provide fresh, initial thoughts on our feelings on the smack, the winners, the losers, and the films we will definitely be watching as a result. EPISODE NOTES: The following are the 2022 Oscars Best Picture nominations and our opinions on if you should watch: "Belfast" -- No one watched, but Todd and Andrea were interested. "CODA" *WINNER* -- Todd and Andrea agree that this was a worthy choice. "Don't Look Up" -- Lara and I disliked this movie very much. Andrea ended up falling asleep. "Drive My Car" -- No one watched, but Andrea heard from the one person she knew who had seen this film that it was a bit on the slow side. Apparently, they aren't driving that car fast. "Dune" -- Todd and Andrea LOVED this film. Both agree that I will probably not like it, but my love for Timothy Chalamet may win over. "King Richard" -- Todd and Lara loved this movie, and Lara and I will also watch it FOR SURE. "Licorice Pizza" -- No one has watched this, nor does anyone understand what it's about. I should also disclose that no one plans on watching this unless one of you tells us we should. "Nightmare Alley" -- Todd watched it and said we would not like it. But he did have it as an "I'll allow it" for Best Picture. That says a lot. "The Power of the Dog" -- Andrea watched it and said she would never watch it again. She understands why it was nominated, though. "West Side Story" -- We all watched it and thought it was terrific! Especially the non-depressing parts. Note: Also on our "to watch" list is: "Encanto" and "Free Guy." SHOW NOTES: Subscribe to Podcast: iTunes or Android Follow Me: Facebook and Instagram, and Twitter
We roll on with Part 2 of our Oscars Extravaganza featuring Randy, DJ Pie and Timothy Simons! In this episode the trio gets in-depth on each of the ten Best Picture nominated films. There are heavy spoilers so plan your listening carefully. Discussion for each of the films begins at the following timestamps: Drive My Car (3:34); King Richard (20:15); Dune (32:52); Belfast (42:19); West Side Story (50:23); Licorice Pizza (1:02:26); Don't Look Up (1:22:08); Nightmare Alley (1:33:42); The Power of the Dog (1:44:34); and Coda (1:56:18). Enjoy!DraftKings disclaimer:If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXTSTEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ NH/WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NH/NJ/NY/OR/ PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details.
Ashley Coffin brings us an Oscars short take for Nightmare Alley! Join us as we cover these Oscar contenders in a real fast hurry in preperation for The 2022 Oscars on March 27th.Check out our Networkhttps://www.strandedpanda.com/
A bit of a grab-bag opening before the guys discuss the feel-good movie of the year, Nightmare Alley. Saving the weekend chatter for the bonus on Monday; you won't want to miss that.A bit of a grab-bag opening before the guys discuss the feel-good movie of the year, Nightmare Alley. Saving the weekend chatter for the bonus on Monday; you won't want to miss that.
We have a wonderful show today with comedian Matt Braunger, one of the funniest people I know. Goddamn, Matt makes me laugh. Solid citizen, monster nerd, husband, father, professional comedian, actor. Good Lord, he does it all. Then why isn't he happy?? We'll find out. No, I'm kidding. He's very happy. in fact he has a podcast that can help you if you have a problem, called This Might Help, and you'll heart all about that shortly. Also, Katharine Coldiron is with us again. Katharine is a film critic and cinema scholar who wrote the monograph about plan 9 From Outer Space that we discussed in the Halloween episode. Today we talk about Nightmare Alley, Freaks, Vampire Circus, and all kinds of films set in creepy carnivals and the like. I discovered an amazing new podcast recently by Adam Roche called the Secret History Of Hollywood, this has joined Karina Longworth's You Must Remember This podcast in my automobile listening. Through these two podcasts, my weird show biz knowledge has increased tenfold, and today, based on stuff I heard there and some research I did with my own self, True Tales From Weirdsville is going to discuss one of the sickest galdanged romantic triangles in history. The story of David O. Selznick, Jennifer Jones and Robert Walker. It is.. trust me. This story is nuts.