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Bad Dads Film Review
Licorice Pizza & Twelve Forever

Bad Dads Film Review

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2023 94:31


Inspired by the splendid new surroundings for the podcast we decided to crack open a bottle of lighter fluid and compile a list of the Top 5 TV and Movie Nightclubs, Bars, Pubs and Members Clubs. Don't miss Bad Dad Peter making an ill-advised comment about BUGSY MALONE which will ensure his name is documented on several different registers.LICORICE PIZZA (sic) is Paul Thomas Anderson's ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD-esque merging of real-people-and-fictional-stories-with-fictional-people-and-real-stories romantic comedy set in San Fernando, California in 1973 and explores the relationship between 15 year old Gary Valentine (Cooper Hoffman) and the 25 at least Alana Kane (Alana  Haim ). Alana's aimless drifter becomes fascinated by Gary's energetic and youthful confidence and in a town full of characters who are either racists or sexists the essentially taboo relationship between them appears to be the healthiest one in the movie. Full of references I only half understand and pining for a world just beyond my memory, Paul Thomas Anderson's great filmmaking craft is applied to the coming of age story with typical swagger and the leads both charm in delightful debut performances. Highly recommended from me at least though some of the other dads were a little more meh.TWELVE FOREVER may well be something Bad Dad Peter would be interested in since it explores the life of a 12 year old girl going through puberty. Not for any disgusting, immoral or illegal reasons though of course, I meant that because he has at least one of his own daughters he might want to understand their mindset as they mature and this Netflix animated series about a girls feeling of not wanting to grow up may just hit the spot. Well it would have done if it wasn't sadly reminiscent of the sharper witted and more absurd ADVENTURE TIME or REGULAR SHOW.We love to hear from our listeners! By which I mean we tolerate it. If it hasn't been completely destroyed yet you can usually find us on twitter @dads_film, on Facebook Bad Dads Film Review, on email at baddadsjsy@gmail.com or on our website baddadsfilm.com. Until next time, we remain... Bad Dads

Life Through the Big Screen
Titanic: Life's a Sinking Ship

Life Through the Big Screen

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2023 19:09


Chick flick? Action film? Disaster Film? Drama? Soft porn? This movie is truly everything, and even the humor throughout truly do land, for me, at least. After my high school years when I finally grew up, I was able to freely admit that Titanic is not only one of the greatest films ever made, but also one of my all time favorite films. My top 10 can change on a daily basis, but usually, this one stays up there pretty consistently. I'll never forget when this movie hit theaters at the end of 1997. My sister was either visiting from college or was about to go off to San Diego in the spring. I was in junior high and she had her own life, so the family wasn't together much in those days because, well, that's how it happens when you start to build your own social groups. That whole week leading up to our showtime at Regal Edwards Stadium in Valencia, CA. The memory is so close to me I can reach out and just about touch it. We might have grabbed dinner at our favorite Mexican restaurant, Don Cuco's first. But I remember it was night as it was mid-December and the streets lights were lined with Christmas lights and Christmas wreaths. So I was already pumped full of excitement for Christmas just around the corner, but I think I might have been more excited for Titanic. All week I'd been glued to the news watching live interviews of people walking out of the film, absolutely praising it to high heaven. Women were in tears, teenagers were glowing, young boys were hooping and hollering. The world was right because the Titanic was once again afloat majestically on the sea of the silver screens across the world. Jack Dawson was alive forever, no matter what the movie tried to tell us about his fate. I remember all four of us in our gold Toyota minivan, those vans that looked like an Orca whale, I always thought. My dad, at one point early on the trip, exclaimed like the captain of a ship: "Ahoy! Away we go!" My sister rolled her eyes, I giggled with excitement. I may have been growing out of childish things, but I would never grow out of the thrill of a new movie that was about to change the world. Granted, I didn't know James Cameron going into Titanic. I wasn't yet aware of Leonardo DiCaprio or Kate Winslet or even Kathy Bates of Billy Zane. This was a totally new cast to me. It was akin to a monster movie anyway, you show up for the monster, not the actors. The monster in Titanic, of course, was a gentle giant gliding though the Atlantic like battle-ready seraph seeking to bring all onboard to the safety of the New York port. I just wanted to get to the safety of the movie theater, my butt planted, my bladder empty, and a ship-shaped box of popcorn in my lap that would likely be eaten before the final preview ended twenty-five minutes after the lights dimmed. The movie happened, and thought I don't know the names of everyone in that crowded theater, I can tell you that no one was the same that night. Titanic wasn't a mere movie to kill 90 minutes with like Mouse Hunt playing for the kids and poor parents next door. Jack Nicholson was yucking it up with racial slurs in As Good As It Gets in the theater across the hall. For those who got to the box office after the last Titanic ticket sold out, Spielberg's ship movie Ammistad was playing as another sea voyage option. Pierce Brosnan was shooting it up in his second Bond outing at the time Titanic was in theaters in Tomorrow Never Dies. Hollywood never looked better than 1996 and 1997, and we were still in for plenty of surprises in 1998. Quality would Peter off in 1999 and then for the next decade or so moving forward. But for now, life - at least life through the big screen - was good. And now, 26 years later, I've been making it a point to watch Titanic annually for the last few years, because it's too good of a movie to just let slip through your fingers. I'm not sure how many people out there love it as much as I do. Sure, the CGI people on the wide shots of the ship's deck are super obvious, but that can easily be overlooked because the script, as simple of a love story as it is, is so tightly written and the characters are so engaging (perhaps because you know their fate going into the film). You may not realize it, but James Horner's score does to this movie what John Williams' does to Star Wars: It elevates a great film to an excellent film. The Southampton track alone is enough to rival E.T. and Jurassic Park. And yeah, it was overplayed in the late 90's, but you've got to admit, when you hear Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On," your mind is taken instantly to snapshots of this film. That's what a great feature song is supposed to do. I hadn't seen Aliens or Terminator 2 when I first saw Titanic. These are earlier films directed by James Cameron. These are movies I finally got to experience as an older teenager. Sure, I'd seen the motor bike chase scene in the wash a bunch of times on TV, but the commercials would come on and force my hand to change the channel back to Fresh Prince. Aliens and T2, of course, are both classic movies whose appeal to older teens and sci-fi/horror buffs will never die. So of course I was excited to see Avatar after Cameron came out of hibernation, but that movie disappointed me so bad that my viewing party unanimously agreed to turn it off with about 40 minutes left to go (and this was after speeding it up several times). Most people who like Avatar really only like it because of the visual effects. I'm sorry, but the visual effects have never been enough for me to keep me invested in what I paid for - the story and characters. No amount of crayons and digital paintings can keep me watching if the story sucks. If I wanted to watch pretty pictures move around I'd go to an art gallery and have my kids run around with the paintings. I haven't seen Kate Winslet in many other things other than Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and admittedly I need to go back and re-watch that film since I don't remember it much - I guess it's become spotless in my mind. But I'll focus here on the other lead. I've since gained much respect for our dear Leonardo DiCaprio. He did this and Romeo + Juliet (a film you couldn't pay me to watch), and like a college kid exploring drugs, he did it and moved on. He moved on from the pretty-boy image to more serious, grown-up rolls. I first took notice of his range and ability in the masterpiece Catch Me If You Can. From there he went on to do The Departed, The Revenant, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, just to name a few standout films. You can tell Leo is still earning his acting legs in Titanic, but he really does keep up with his more experienced ensemble here. I mean, holding the stage with the great Kathy Bates cannot be an easy task by any stretch of the imagination. I don't have time to go into every actor's role here, but let's just say, everyone is at their best here. And I've heard that many people are annoyed when Billy Zane is chasing Jack and Rose down through the lobby of the sinking ship shooting at them with a pistol, but I loved that extra bit of tension. It shows just how deranged and vengeful he is, that he's not content to leave their fate up to the unforgiving ocean. He has to kill Jack himself, even at the cost of his own life. That's what I'm talking about: James Cameron packs in as much excitement and tension and human drama as possible to make this sinking ship even more exciting and visually stunning than it already is. Over the past few months I feel like I've been on a sinking ship, and it has not felt stunning or glamorous at all. I've been waiting on doctors to give me a date and POA about my heart surgery that's been looming over me for nearly a year now. I got fired from my job that I absolutely loved. Internal family issues have been a big source of our growing sadness. I've learned things about certain people in my past that I cannot overlook. Have you ever felt like you're in a sinking ship? You're like the captain, and you look around and realized there's nothing you can do but wait for the water to crash in through the windows and swallow you up for eternity. One of the greatest things about Jesus is that He practically promises that life is going to suck and things will be hard. Never, ever does He say if you trust in Me, your life will go well. He doesn't even promise an easy life for those who reject Him. Life is going to suck for everyone at some point or another. And for some, the ship will just continue to sink from birth until the day they die. Others might experience a righting of a capsized ship for a time. But there's still water in the galley. Damage has been done. It's still going to go down. But the beauty of this film is that it does't end there. Not for Rose, anyway. When the elderly Rose remembers the Titanic in the final frames - Okay, I do hate the part where Old Rose goes "Oops" and drops the necklace in the ocean, that was awkwardly delivered like it should have been in a sitcom. But that's nothing compared to what the ending could have been. Do me a huge favor. After you're done with this podcast, go on YouTube and look up "Titanic - Alternate Ending." This will shock you, it will crack you up, and you will absolutely be stunned. You'll also be grateful someone had the courage to talk James Cameron out of letting this be the final version of Titanic, and I can almost guarantee that if this were the ending, we would not be talking about this magnificent film today. Not to mention, goodbye, Oscars. Anyway, the beauty of this film is that it doesn't end with the ship going down. At least not for Rose. When the elderly Rose remembers the Titanic in the final frames, she remembers it as it once was, with the warm lights, the smiling faces, the classical ambiance in the background, the hot steaming shrimp platters and broiled chicken. Children looking over the edge, gazing at the endless black ocean which they thought they'd never touch. Couples walking hand in hand.When I look back on the darkest of days, there was always a friend or two. People bringing us food, sending Bible verses, long conversations over chips and salsa, or phone talks aimed at pointing me in the right direction. A hug from my wife goes father than anything else in the world in the darkest of days. My kids saying "I love you," or making a pop-up card with Spider-Man drawn inside can light up the darkest recesses of my heart, if I let it. Yeah, Jesus promised life would suck. But He also promised we'd never be alone, those who trust in Him. And let's just say that everyone you love gets blown up by a raid from Russia and you're the only survivor. You'd still have the Holy Spirit working inside you. I bet if you look back on your most difficult times, you weren't really alone ever. In fact, you might have had too many people pestering you to offer you care and support. Everyone's on a sinking ship. It's called mortality. Not one valuable thing is going to last in this world. Not the Heart of the Ocean. Not your iPhone. Not even that Chinese stickman sitting on your shelf that's supposedly a family heirloom from when your grandfather fought in Vietnam. Life sucks, nothing lasts, but like the movie Titanic, all will end well for those who believe in Jesus as their savior. How do I know this? Can I prove it to you? I mean, I can show you a bunch of Bible verses, but ultimately it just comes down to childlike faith. I've been in the place where I had nothing and nobody, and I had no one else to turn to but God. It was a tough pill to swallow because I really, really hated Him. I cursed Him out on a daily basis, I mocked my wife for believing in Jesus. I despised church and everyone who worked for it. Either way, my ship was sinking. So did I want some help or not? I called on God and asked Jesus to help me. Parts of my life got better, sure. But ultimately, life still sucks. The bills keep getting bigger, the economy still crashed, I still lost my job for reasons 100% outside my control, I still fight with my wife and kids. But now at least, I'm not doing any of it alone. The thing I hate about talking about Christian stuff is that sometimes it just sounds like meaningless platitudes. You've heard people saying forever that some pizza is the greatest pizza in the world. But you truly don't understand how good a Chi Chi's Pizza is until you actually try it. You don't know what great, epic, 90's filmmaking is until you watch Titanic, or Braveheart. Or, like the elderly Rose at the beginning of the movie says after the bearded guy on the ship describes how the Titanic went down with the use of 90's computer graphics. She says, "Thank you for that fine forensic analysis, Mr. Bodee. Of course, the experience of it was ... somewhat different." I can tell you as someone who hated God, Bible verses were like pois on to me. I inwardly reacted to anything Scriptural the way Superman does to Kryptonite. But it's a very different experience when you enter into the faith and family of Jesus. Suddenly, it clicks, and the words of Scripture aren't just meaningless Hallmark well-wishes. They cut deep, speak to your soul, mend wounds that no words from mortals can utter. Your life, like mine, is a sinking ship. Soon, we'll each be buried, some scattered at sea. We hit the iceberg the second we were born. There's no escaping the rising waters. There's no slowing down time. But we can certainly build good memories while there still is time. Though the water may be rising around us, we can choose to focus on the ones we love, our family, our friends, those who speak truth into our lives. Much in the way Jack told Rose that she was better than the life she was born into - that she didn't have to continue on in that way, that she had a choice, she could turn from her life and experience something freer, more exhilarating. Just look around for one minute on Twitter, and you'll see quite clearly that the world is sinking, whether its by political disputes, ongoing systemic racism, or quite literally global warming. Jesus promised it would happen. He warned us about the icebergs. We were unable to steer clear. He's provided enough lifeboats to abandon ship, but unfortunately not everyone gets on. Thank you for listening. I'm your host, Andrew Toy, and I'll see you next time on Life Through the Big Screen. 

The Cine-Files
318 Once Upon a Time in Hollywood LIVE

The Cine-Files

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2023 92:13


On this episode of The Cine-Files LIVE, hosts John Rocha and Steve Morris revisit and discuss ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD for our Season of Tarantino! Join them and offer up your thoughts about these incredible films that are more topical than you might think in 2023. If you haven't seen this incredible film you can buy or stream it right here. https://amzn.to/3mytRDx 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 thecinefilespodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/support

S.H.U.D.cast
American Mary

S.H.U.D.cast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2023 94:19


Welcome back to you all and to Lucas who rejoins us after a one-episode break! It's a cause for celebration indeed because apparently we're much more palatable when we're together and there's four of us (but let us know what you think! Is there a weak link you'd like to see gone or worse??). We discuss recent watches including INFINITY POOL and KNOCK AT THE CABIN and once again trick the hell out of Cody as we get into our main topic, AMERICAN MARY! Enjoy!   00:00 - 13:00ish Intros: We break down just how our Lucas-less 2023 horror predictions episode went and how we're going to run our horror video game studio. 13:00ish - 49:00ish What other stuff did we watch?  Curtis: Twin Peaks and Outlander, Bones and All, Knock at the Cabin, All That Jazz, Happy Death Day, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (he just really needed to feel), Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, and Infinity Pool.   Lucas: Hereditary (Lucas also needed to feel apparently), Tesla, Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania, Infinity Pool, and Pig.   Cody: Troll, Knock at the Cabin, The Meg, Toy Story, Ant-Man and the Wasp Quantumania, Winnie The Pooh: Blood and Honey, and Infinity Pool. 49:00ish - 1:30:00ish AMERICAN MARY lead-in, SHUDdown, and discussion 1:30:00ish - End - Curtis picks our next movie!

The Cine-Files
Preview Once Upon a Time in Hollywood LIVE

The Cine-Files

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2023 2:03


The season of Tarantino continues with a live discussion of his latest film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Like all of Tarantino's work Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, elicits very strong feelings. For some it's their favorite of his films, others find parts of it bewildering and even disturbing. However, we want to know what you think both about this film and about Quentin Tarantino in general and the best way to share those thoughts is by joining us live on our YouTube page this Sunday Marth 5th at 11AM Pacific Time. https://www.youtube.com/@TheCineFiles If you haven't seen this incredible film you can buy or stream it right here. https://www.amazon.com/gp/video/detail/B07VJFGKXY/ref=atv_dp_share_cu_r 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 thecinefilespodcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thecine-files/support

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"CAPTAIN BILLY'S MAGIC 8 BALL" - EPISODE #89: PAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS GREATEST HITS by Paul Revere and the Raiders (Columbia, 1967) - THE CAPTAIN EXPLORES HIS COVE OF 8 TRACK TREASURES FOR COOL INSIGHTS!

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Play Episode Listen Later Feb 26, 2023 41:39


ONE IF BY LAND, TWO IF BY SEAPAUL REVERE AND THE RAIDERS GREATEST HITS by Paul Revere and the Raiders (Columbia, 1967)This group, this record: they were fundamental elements in the experience of the 13 year old Captain Billy. My band, The Full House, played a smokin' cover of “Steppin' Out”; Dick Clark's WHERE THE ACTION IS tv show was a can't miss, daily after-middle school check in; I coveted those Vox amps and Mark Lindsay's ponytail. And, re-listening to this setlist 56 years later verifies that this band kicked hard and tight. Just ask Quentin Tarantino, who included two of the cuts for the soundtrack of ONCE UPON A TIME IN HOLLYWOOD. America's answer to the British Invasion actually started earlier, in 1958, in Boise Idaho, when keyboardist Paul Revere and sax player Mark Lindsay met and collaborated in the instrumental group The Downbeats. Revere was the organist's actual name, so the subsequent donning of Revolutionary outfits was a natural, if cringey gimmick. The fact that Mark Lindsay was also one of America's best rock singers was a secret weapon.The initial bombshell was dropped in April, 1963, in Portland, Oregon, when the group recorded the seminal rock standard “Louie Louie” in the same year and the same studio as the Kingsmen (the version everybody remembers): The Northwestern Motion Pictures and Sound Recordings, Inc. studio. But, that didn't matter. Yes, The Kingsmen's recording was a one hit mega-wonder, but, the Raiders became a national institution with a string of 12 top 30 hits. The first incarnation of the Raiders dissolved around the same time that this collection came out, but they kept reforming in various line ups until Revere's death from cancer in 2014. Like their contemporaries, The Monkees, there was a media hyped, manufactured quality (Producer Terry Melcher fattened their sound with the help of The Wrecking Crew), but the Raider's street cred as musicians was impeccable, and very few could wail like Mark Lindsay. 

Life's a Pitch Podcast
Episode 416: I Was Lassie's Drug Dealer (With Terri Silver)

Life's a Pitch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2023 46:31


We take on the genre of "Historical Biopics" following the success of movies like Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. We decided to expose (Read: Invent wholesale) a seedy underbelly of the TV industry in the 60s through the story of one man who's scheme spiralled out of control. Also pitched this week: The First and Last Earl of Stratford Under Avon Charlie Chaplin: Big Shoes to Eat

Hall of Justice
322. Actor Spencer Garrett

Hall of Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2023 51:45


Longtime character actor Spencer Garrett is playing the legendary Lakers broadcaster Chick Hearn on the HBO Series “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty.” Garrett has appeared in over 100 films and television shows. Some of his appearances include the newscaster Roger Scott in For All Mankind, the award-nominated film Blonde, Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Mad Men, Bosch, and Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. He also is a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the Rose Hills Sheriff in Iron Man 3. In this episode, Garrett talks about his long career and discusses his experiences playing role in all of those movies and TV shows. He talks about the opportunities he found, and discusses his many famous friends. Follow Spencer on social media @1SpencerGarrett.

NEOZAZ
SWIC Presents: Outside The Galaxy – Rick Dalton

NEOZAZ

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2023 62:40


In this episode Dave presents his latest obsession in pop culture. This time it's the character “Rick Dalton” from the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. Listen along and learn how much more there is to Dalton's career that we didn't see on the screen.

Star Wars In Character
SWIC Presents: Outside The Galaxy – Rick Dalton

Star Wars In Character

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2023 62:40


In this episode Dave presents his latest obsession in pop culture. This time it's the character “Rick Dalton” from the film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”. Listen along and learn how much more there is to Dalton's career that we didn't see on the screen.

Was It THAT Bad?
"Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" w/Dave Demarest, Gail Maitland, and Glenn Thompson

Was It THAT Bad?

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2023 92:40


“Rick, it's a flamethrower.” This week Dave Demarest, Gail Maitland, and Glenn Thompson are covering Quentin Tarantino's 2019 film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie. We talk about our favorite scenes, the careers of DiCaprio, Robbie, where this ranks in our Tarantinosphere, and close out with trivia and awarding an MVP/6th Man of the film. You can follow Dave on Instagram, Twitter, and Letterboxd @ddem2000, Gail is on IG @itisthatonebroad, and Glenn is also on IG and Twitter @glennthompson11 and you can check out his website by going to https://glenn-thompson.com. You can also follow the show on Instagram and Twitter @wasitthatbadpod. And if you'd like to chat about movies with us join the “Movie and Television Talk” Facebook group by typing that into a group search. Thanks for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/david-demarest9/support

Talking Pictures Trivia
134. Once Upon a Time In Hollywood

Talking Pictures Trivia

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2023 46:26


Join Nick, Tom, and Andrew as they explore movies through trivia. In this episode of the Talking Pictures Trivia podcast, they discuss Once Upon a Time In Hollywood (2019).https://talkingpicturestrivia.com/

Auxoro: The Voice of Music
#198 - Rick Alan Ross: EXPOSING DESTRUCTIVE CULTS, Tom Cruise And Scientology, Deprogramming Followers, Jim Jones, NXIVM, & Is Andrew Tate A Cult Leader?

Auxoro: The Voice of Music

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2023 163:20


On this episode of The AUXORO Podcast, Rick Alan Ross and Zach discuss how destructive cults control, manipulate, and sometimes kill their followers, how someone like Tom Cruise could be hooked into Scientology, some of the most effective methods he and other experts have used to reverse cult programming, the rise of Jim Jones and the Jonestown Massacre, coming face to face with Keith Raniere the founder of NXIVM, whether Andrew Tate qualifies as a cult leader, and more. Guest Bio:  Rick Alan Ross is a cult expert and the founder of The Cult Education Institute. He is an internationally known expert regarding destructive cults, controversial groups and movements and author of the book "Cults Inside Out: How People Get In and Can Get Out." Since 1982 he has been studying, researching and responding to the problems often posed by controversial authoritarian groups and movements. BONUS EPISODES & PREMIUM ACCESS: https://auxoro.supercast.com/ RICK ALAN ROSS LINKS:Cults Inside Out: How People Get In and Can Get Out: https://amzn.to/3WXoEluCult Education Institute: https://www.culteducation.com/Twitter: https://bit.ly/3HxF6mCTHE AUXORO PODCAST LINKS:Apple: https://apple.co/3B4fYju Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3zaS6sPOvercast: https://bit.ly/3rgw70DYoutube: https://bit.ly/3lTpJdjWebsite: https://www.auxoro.com/ AUXORO SOCIAL LINKS:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/auxoroYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqFFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/auxoromagNewsletter: https://www.auxoro.com/thesourceYouTube: https://bit.ly/3CLjEqF If you enjoy the show, please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts. It takes less than 60 seconds, helps us appear higher in searches so more people discover the show, and it boosts my ego;) Past Guests On The Auxoro Podcast Include: Aubrey de Grey, Andy Weir, Eben Britton, Eric Jorgenson, Isabelle Boemeke, Houston Arriaga, Jerzy Gregorek, Chris Cooper, Gryffin, Elsa Diaz, Dave Robinson, Meghan Daum, FINNEAS, Chloé Valdary, Coleman Hughes, Maziar Ghaderi, YONAS, Ryan Michler, Ryan Meyer, Gavin Chops, Bren Orton, Zuby, Jason Khalipa, Ed Latimore, Jess Glynne, Noah Kahan, Kid Super, Deryck Whibley, and many more.  

The Cult Popcast
Episode 225 ”Babylon”

The Cult Popcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 32:22


| Review | Lights, camera, action! Babylon is 2022's latest and greatest sensationalist love letter to the history of Hollywood and cinema as an art form. It's Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood meets La La Land and set in the roaring twenties (with perhaps a little extra coke-fueled craziness thrown in). Whether or not it's your cup of tea, it's clear Damien Chazelle is one hell of a director. This is a wild, irreverent, fun movie. And holy smokes, Margot Robbie!

Mass-Debaters
One on One: 104 2010s Movies Tournament with Chancy Grife

Mass-Debaters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 62:33


We are sitting down with Chancy, and he is doing his own 104 2010s Movies tournament. Check out this episode to see what he think is the best movie of the 2010s. If you want to do your tournament, please contact us, and we will set it up. Here are all the songs in the tournament: Halloween (2018) Straight Outta Compton (2015) BlacKkKlansman (2018) Green Book (2018) Silver Linings Playbook (2012) Joker (2019) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Parasite (2019) Ready Player One (2018) John Wick (2014) Kung Fu Panada 2 (2011) Inception (2010) Nightcrawler (2014) The Irishman (2019) Life of Pi (2012) The Dark Knights Rises (2012) The Help (2011) Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) Bridesmaids (2011) The Avengers (2012) Dallas Buyers Club (2013) Thor: Ragnarok (2017) Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) Django Unchained (2012) Mission: Impossible -Fallout (2018) Avengers: Infinity War (2018) The Fighter (2010) John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019) Deadpool (2016) The Hateful Eight (2015) The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) Finding Dory (2016) Avengers: Endgame (2019) Jurassic World (2015) Knives Out (2019) MegaMind (2010) Shutter Island (2010) Hidden Figures (2016) John Wick: Chapter 3 (2019) Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World (2010) Logan (2017) The King's Speech (2010) A Quiet Place (2018) The Hunger Games (2012) Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014) Creed (2015) Captain America: Civil War (2016) Jojo Rabbit (2019) Zootopia (2016) The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) Baby Driver (2017) Skyfall (2012), True Grit (2010), Coco (2017) Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle (2017) Rogue One: A Stars Story (2016) The Social Network (2010) Mad Max: Fury Road (2015) Bohemian Rhapsody (2018) Get Out (2017) Looper (2012) The Martian (2015) American Sniper (2014) Ford V. Ferrari (2019) Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019) Deadpool 2 (2018) War for the Planet of the Apes (2017) Doctor Strange (2016) Arrival (2016) Interstellar (2014) Monsters University (2013) Split (2016)Thor (2011) Rise of the Planet of the Apes (2011) 21 Jump Street (2012) Inside Out (2015) Black Panther (2018) Black Swan (2010) Moana (2016) Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Avengers: Age of Ultron (2015) Toy Story 3 (2010) The Conjuring (2013) The Cabin in the Woods (2011) 12 Years a Slave (2013) Dunkirk (2017) Dawn of the Planet of the Apes (2014) The Revenant (2015) Incredibles 2 (2018) It (2017) Gone Girl (2014) Ant-Man (2015) Moneyball (2011) Hacksaw Ridge (2016) The Town (2010) Whiplash (2014)Fury (2014) X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) X-Men: First Class (2011) Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) The Imitation Game (2014) Wonder Woman (2017) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mass-debaters/support

BLOODHAUS
Episode 49: Lair of the White Worm

BLOODHAUS

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 61:35


This week the kids discuss Ken Russell's exceptional folk horror film, Lair of the White Worm. From wiki: "The Lair of the White Worm is a 1988 supernatural horror comedy film written and directed by Ken Russell, and starring Amanda Donohoe, Hugh Grant, Catherine Oxenberg, and Peter Capaldi. Loosely based on the 1911 Bram Stoker novel of the same name, it follows the residents in and around a rural English manor that are tormented by an ancient priestess after the skull of a serpent she worships is unearthed by an archaeologist." Mentions: The Last of Sheila, Murder on the Orient Express, Clue, Indianapolis and the KanKan theater, Babylon, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Kenneth Anger's Hollywood Babylon. Plus Josh and Drusilla's Best of 2022.  NEXT WEEK: The Witch Website: http://www.bloodhauspod.com  Twitter: https://twitter.com/BloodhausPod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloodhauspod/ Email: bloodhauspod@gmail.com   Drusilla's art: https://www.sisterhydedesign.com/ Drusilla's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hydesister/ Drusilla's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/drew_phillips/   Joshua's website: https://www.joshuaconkel.com/ Joshua's Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshuaConkel  Joshua's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshua_conkel/ Joshua's Letterboxd: https://letterboxd.com/joshuaconkelal    

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Episode 562: Rockne S. O'Bannon

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 134:48


April 29 - May 5, 1967 This week Ken welcomes director, producer and writer (Evil, Farscape, The New Twilight Zone, V, Seaquest DSV) Rockne S. O'Bannon to the show.  Ken and Rockne discuss Ken's long time love of Rockne's work and how often it comes up on the show, 1967, the amazing nature of not aging since 1967, the boom of sci-fi TV in 1966, Film reboots of classic TV shows, quantum entanglement, growing up in LA, Rockne's mother being a Busby Barkley dancer, Rockne's father being a gaffer at Warner Brothers, writing your first pilot script at age 10 for The Boy from U.N.C.L.E., realizing people make television at an early age, Isaac Asimov's essay on how sexy Mr. Spock is, Lawrence Welk swimsuit issue, innovation in animal training, Raven with a Gun, writing for streaming shows and dealing with not needing the convention ad break structure, Sci-Fi Channel movie templates, Laugh-In, Hollywood Teletype, commissioned art, the rise of hippy culture in the mainstream, TV Guide's incredibly detailed listings for everything including reruns and sports, Frankenstein Jr, Space Angel, Clutch Cargo, The Andy Griffith Show, The Dick Van Dyke shows status as the greatest TV sitcom ever, Pistols & Petticoats, Gunsmoke, Tom Skerrit's week, The Avengers, Johnny Carson reruns, Saturday Night Live, TV shows about television, It's About Time, Ed Sullivan, the pre-muppet Muppets, Roger Miller's variety show, FBI, Rockne's Dad taking home TV scripts for him to study, the horror of pay tv, white guys as Native Americans, westerns, Steve Allen's invention of everything, Mr. Terrific, Captain Nice, Buck Henry, Get Smart!, The New Twilight Zone, "Wordplay", "The Shadow Man", Darkroom with James Coburn, Joey Bishop, Don Herbert is Mr. Wizard, TV Close Ups, The National Science Test, The Saint, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Girl from U.N.C.L.E., Red Skelton, The Invaders, pinkies, playing it cool around celebrities, Albert Brooks, Night of the Meek, The Afterhours, Fame is the Name of the Game, Lost in Space, Batman '66, Fringe, Evil, time travel, Time Tunnel, being the new Irwin Allen by mistake, gadgets, I Spy, Wild Wild West, Honey West, Green Hornet, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, F Troop, Larry Storch and Forrest Tucker's chemistry, not wanting to talk to Milton Berle, short lived shows that had an outsized impact on pop culture, the power of villains, vigilantes, Bob & Ray, Tim Conway, "you're very pleased to meet me", Patrick McNee's secrets to life, nudists, Mod Tampons, TV Teletype, and Chuck Connors, as a Cowboy in Africa. 

Pacino Pod
Episode 54: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (ft. Jared Gilman)

Pacino Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 82:18


On this special episode of the Pacino Pod, actor Jared Gilman (Moonrise Kingdom, Angry Neighbors) joins us to discuss Quinton Tarantino's ode to old school Hollywood, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Attaboy Clarence
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood...

Attaboy Clarence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2023 4:36


Once upon a time in Hollywood... The Secret History Of Hollywood is far larger than you may realise. TWELVE series are waiting for you right now, including the all-new experience... THIN: The Thin Man Story The lives and legends of Alfred Hitchcock, Audrey Hepburn, the Warner Brothers, Universal Horror, a murder mystery, Holmes & Watson, Cary Grant, Val Lewton, and so much more... A weekly Film Club invitation, movie commentaries, eBooks, appendix documentaries that run alongside the larger episodes, a private podcast feed, SMALL TALES (a monthly anthology of yesteryear's weird fiction), review shows, and access to a Classic Movie Library of of over 700 classic movies. Hollywood is yours - all you have to do is sign up now at https://www.patreon.com/attaboysecret Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Variant Vendetta Podcast
Guest Pick January - Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (feat. Keith AKA FilmKritter)

Variant Vendetta Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 144:32


Welcome to the first episode of our Guest Pick January! Our first guest is our beloved friend, Keith AKA FilmKritter! Keith chose Once Upon a Time in Hollywood which instantly made this episode one for the books. We hope you enjoy and we'll catch you next week with our next guest picked episode! Please leave us a 5 star review, drop us a follow & share with friends! Thank you for listening & thank you for all of your support! https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/kpdhLwuV8vb https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/variant-vendetta-podcast/id1626786271 https://open.spotify.com/show/3et7ycBKL2HlBAcWRInCxj?si=avCM01ONTziuc_ehKp5PYg https://instagram.com/variantvendetta?igshid=NDk5N2NlZjQ= https://twitter.com/variantvendetta?s=21&t=B9jzipKa8_7R0EgjZQR0Uw https://www.tiktok.com/@variantvendetta?_t=8XQ96fjiBe2&_r=1

Made in Hollywood
Take 30: Hollywood Highlights of Steven Spielberg

Made in Hollywood

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 26:07


On this episode of Made in Hollywood Mark and William go head to head on the hits and misses of Steven Spielberg's career. You may also hear irrelevant things in this about Hallmark Christmas movies, J-walking, Indiana Jones 5, She LaBeouf, James Mangold, Cate Blanchett, Harrison Ford, Karen Allen, Honey Boy, George Lucas, Catch Me if you Can, The Fabelmans, Amistad, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Ready Player One, Schindler's List, John Williams, E.T., Jaws, Scream 6, Jenna Ortega, Wednesday, Addams Family, Harry Potter, Goblet of Fire, Avatar 2: The Way of Water, Moby Dick, Small Wonder,  M3GAN, Babylon, Jean Smart, Designing Women, Damien Chazelle, Whiplash, LA LA Land, First Man, Brad Pitt, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Rian Johnson, Netflix, Golden Globes, Top Gun, Everything Everywhere All at Once, The Whale, and Brendan Fraser.

The Church of Tarantino
Tarantino Bible Study 16: The Home Invasion Scene (Once Upon A Time In Hollywood)

The Church of Tarantino

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 56:18


Welcome to your monthly Tarantino Bible Study. For our last Bible Study of Season 1 I am once again joined by my good friend Pat Fornies, host of The Binouze USA Podcast, as we smoke some acid dipped cigarettes and reminisce about the time we burned a hippy to death with a flamethrower. So join us as we discuss one of Tarantino's most ultra violent moments, The Home Invasion Scene from Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. So take your dog for a walk, make yourself a frozen margarita, and settle in for one helluva ass whipping. Follow the Binouze USA Podcast on their socials: Facebook & Twitter: @binouzeusa Instagram: @binouzeusa_podcast Listen to their podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/binouze-usa/id1377471265 Become a member of The Church of Tarantino by following us on our socials: Facebook: @ChurchOfTarantino Instagram: @TheChurchOfTarantino Twitter: @TheChurchOfQTPod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thechurchoftarantino/message

The Church of Tarantino
Tarantino Bible Study 15: Rick's Meeting with Marvin Scene (Once Upon A Time In Hollywood)

The Church of Tarantino

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 55:08


Welcome to your monthly Tarantino Bible Study. This month I am joined by my special guest Pat Fornies, host of The Binouze USA Podcast, as we drink some Whiskey Sours and reminisce about the time we trained with a flamethrower. So join us as we discuss one of Tarantino's finest character intro scenes, Rick's meeting with Marvin scene from Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. So pour yourself a nice Cognac, light up a Cuban cigar, and settle in for one helluva career retrospective. Follow the Binouze USA Podcast on their socials: Facebook & Twitter: @binouzeusa Instagram: @binouzeusa_podcast Listen to their podcast: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/binouze-usa/id1377471265 Become a member of The Church of Tarantino by following us on our socials: Facebook: @ChurchOfTarantino Instagram: @TheChurchOfTarantino Twitter: @TheChurchOfQTPod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thechurchoftarantino/message

Finleys On Film - Classic and Funny Film Podcast
Episode 157: Tom Finley's Cheat Day (Children Of Men/Once Upon A Time In Hollywood)

Finleys On Film - Classic and Funny Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 53:05


In a rare cheat day episode, the Finleys take on two modern-day classics: Children of Men (2006) and Once upon a Time in Hollywood (2019).

ThePrinceofFreshAir
Quentin Tarantino Exclusive: The Marvel Debate W/ Dimitri Dewes Jr

ThePrinceofFreshAir

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 111:09


The Critically Acclaimed and Award Winning Director and Producer Quentin Tarantino has made a great impact in Show Business, with Blockbuster classics such as Pulp Fiction, Django Unchained and Once Upon a Time In Hollywood. Although his movies normally dominate the headlines, most recently his comments regarding Marvel and Superhero movies has been making the rounds, most notably his stance on the lack of movie stars similar to the likes of Tom Cruise, Denzel Washington, Will Smith. Has superhero movies ruined the movie experience? Is Marvel making it hard for non-superhero movies to dominate the Box Office? Lets get into it shall we! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/princeoffreshair/support

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast
TV Guidance Counselor Episode 556: Steven Jay Rubin

TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 74:43


October 19-25, 1968 This week Ken welcomes author of The Twilight Zone Encyclopedia and host of the Podcast "Steven Jay Rubin's Saturday Night at the Movies", Steven Jay Rubin. Ken and Steve discuss being in space, seeing the Twilight Zone for the first time, how 1968 is the sweet spot, not talking for a year, Night Gallery, the lack of product placement in the Twilight Zone, Combat, color TV, The Wild Wild West, writing for Cinefantastique, being a feature film publicist, working on Weekend at Bernie's II, working for Showtime, not knowing director's credits, Clark Gable films, being a contestant on The Joker's Wild, later writing for the Joker's Wild, being on Sale of the Century, taping old movies audio only on reel to reel, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, growing up in LA, being a baseball fan, Get Smart!, the darkness of today's film, having never seen The Prisoner, Assault on a Queen, Fall Previews, Peyton Place, Laugh-In, Lancer, porpoise vs dolphin, actors in WWII, Russ Meyer being a still photographer on the Twilight Zone, Green Acres, The Olympics, competition shows, reality TV, Star Trek the original series, visiting film sets, Logan's Run, The Wonderful World of Disney, being on the Sony lot when Spielberg was directing Hook, The Entity, ghost hunting, Twilight Zone: The Movie, how The Twilight Zone doesn't work in color, Anne Frank's cat, and the amazing Sam Fuller.

Have You Seen This?
157 - Speed Racer

Have You Seen This?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 108:10


Jen and Tim welcome Speed Racer evangelist Paul Jay to talk about, uh, the 2008 flop Speed Racer.Over at culture blog The Sundae, Dean Buckley makes a case against Speed Racer as “art film” and for the Wachowskis as purveryors of schlock (in a positive way). Agree or disagree, it's a thoughtful piece.The Daily Beast has details of Emile Hirsch's attack on a Paramount executive at a Sundance party, although the headline's assertion that he “starred” in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is a slight exaggeration (he had a small part as man-about-town hairdresser and murder victim Jay Sebring).The documentary Riding Balls of Fire: Group B, The Wildest Years of Rallying presents a nice overview of that brief era of rally car racing, plus it's free on Tubi! Have You Seen This? BONUS episodes Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Insight with Chris Van Vliet
Margot Robbie Says She's A John Cena Fan & REVEALS How She Can Cry On Command!

Insight with Chris Van Vliet

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 10:37


Margot Robbie is an actress known for her roles in movies like The Wolf of Wall Street, Suicide Squad, I Tonya, Bombshell and Once Upon A Time in Hollywood. Her new movie Babylon (@babylonmovie) comes out on December 23, 2022. Chris Van Vliet sits down with her and Diego Calva to talk about working with director Damien Chazelle on this film, the moment that made them want to become actors, the idea that performances live on forever, how Margot Robbie is able to cry on command and more! For more information about Chris Van Vliet and INSIGHT go to: https://podcast.chrisvanvliet.com If you enjoyed this episode, could I ask you to please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcast/iTunes? It takes less than a minute and makes a huge difference in helping to spread the word about the show and also to convince some hard-to-get guests. Follow CVV on social media:  Instagram: instagram.com/ChrisVanVliet Twitter: twitter.com/ChrisVanVliet Facebook: facebook.com/ChrisVanVliet YouTube: youtube.com/ChrisVanVliet TikTok: tiktok.com/@Chris.VanVliet Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

3 Dudes And
Dino Sunday Podcast: I Was a Titanic Survivor?!-- #1

3 Dudes And

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2022 61:18


Did you miss us? We missed you... We're back, phase 3, better than phase 2, and leagues better than phase 1. We talk Titanic (not the movie), Muppets, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and Dalton's Dilemma. Want our Links? Here you go babes https://www.youtube.com/@dinosundayproductions8525 https://www.instagram.com/dinosundayproductions/ https://www.instagram.com/neon_kingkong/ https://www.instagram.com/_alexteal_/ --- 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/ds-club-productions/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ds-club-productions/support

The Church of Tarantino
Chapter 12: Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

The Church of Tarantino

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 121:46


We've reached the final destination on our journey through Tarantino's filmography and that means you can't cry in front of the Mexicans. So get your mechanical asshole off our street, and remember, you're Rick fucking Dalton as we take a seat in our trailer to discuss QT's self proclaimed magnum opus, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. The Cliff Booth to my Rick Dalton this month is none other than Craig Cohen, host of such podcasts as Conversations From Jack Rabbit Slims, The Slycast and Big Screen Book Club. Together we dissect & discuss Tarantino's love letter to 1960's Hollywood. So come on in and join us for our monthly worship service here at The Church of Tarantino. Links to Craig Cohen's Podcasts: Conversations at Jack Rabbit Slims: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-at-jack-rabbit-slims/id1510259545 Slycast: goingthedistance.libsyn.com/category/SlyCast Big Screen Book Club: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/big-screen-book-club/id1061846792 Follow Craig on his Socials; Facebook:@craig.r.cohen Instagram & Twitter:@mrcraigcohen Bandcamp: https://craigcohen.bandcamp.com/ Become a member of The Church of Tarantino by following us on our socials: Facebook:@ChurchOfTarantino Instagram: @TheChurchOfTarantino Twitter: @TheChurchOfQTPod --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thechurchoftarantino/message

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #540 - Indiana Jones and the Big Ol' Bag of Pudding

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 221:05


Four podcasters aboard a swiftly-moving bullet train filled with Aggressive Response Gorillas attempt to record an episode and find out that none of them can handle the length! On Episode 540 of Trick or Treat Radio we kick off December Double Feature Cram Jam with a Patreon Takeover programmed by our good bud Evil Corny! Corny has selected Something in the Dirt from directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead, and Bullet Train from director David Leitch for us to discuss! We also talk about comfort media, bizarre British foods, and piecing together the puzzle of an unconventional narrative. So grab your spotted dick, try your hardest to avoid the White Death, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Millennium Falcon, Cocaine Turkey, Turkey Bongs, Patreon Takeover, From the Canopy Podcast, Classics of Cinematics, Galactus Sex Toys, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny, poorly crafted movie titles, Kanye West is a POS, Casablanca, matriculate, Supergirl, Dead Snow, Tommy Wirkola, Willow, Andor, Wednesday, Avatar, Strange Days, Near Dark, Disney+, Life's Too Short, Warwick Davis, Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant, Sherlock, Elementary, Jonny Lee Miller, 25 Days of Christmas Horror, Terrifier 2, Al Cool Vision, Bangers and Mash, Spotted Dick, Something in the Dirt, Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead, Moon Knight, Resolution, Spring, The Endless, Synchronic, dysfunctional relationships, Oliver Stone, heady films, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Under the Silver Lake, Bullet Train, David Leitch, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Andrew Koji, Chekhov's Snake, Art the Clown on a Train, Clerks, Warrior, Watcher, Maika Monroe, A Wounded Fawn, Travis Stevens, Resurrection, Euro Disco, Samantha Fox, The Beyond, Demons, Lucio Fulci, Commando, Ribspreader, comfort media, Robert Heinlein, Dragon Riders of Pern, Dresden Files, New Warriors, New Teen Titans, Invincible, Calabrese, Aerosmith, Johnny Cash, Return of the Living Dead, Linnea Quigley, The Howling, Fright Night, Vamp, Farscape, Jim Henson, practical puppets, Chuck, Stargate, Outside the Cinema, Zombie Grrlz, Bloody Good Horror, Watch Along, Neon Maniacs, Barbarian, Kurt Russelmania, Deadstream, Death by DVD, Watch/Skip+, GGTMC, Bones and All, Jessica Harper, violence here there and everywhere, and take the piss out of sh*t.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:podcast@trickortreatradio.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show

It Happened One Year
1967 Episode 22 - The Wild Wild West/The Ballad of Robert Conrad's Pants

It Happened One Year

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 27:54


The recap of television on November 3rd, 1967 continues, with the lead program on CBS - the two-fisted steampunk western comic adventure The Wild Wild West! After an intro by friend of the podcast Kristen Gaydos, Sarah & Joe break down the show's relatively brief, memorable run in the late '60s, from the controversy over its violence to the miraculous fabric that seemingly doesn't tear during the many fights scenes. Along the way, show favorite James Gregory makes an appearance, alongside series stars Robert Conrad and Ross Martin, with additional discussions of the 1999 Will Smith feature adaptation (and that year's Razzie Awards), Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Clambake, Batman '66, and a chaotic outro in search of a fitting ending that gets way, way out there.

Fabulous Film & Friends
Ep. 53 - Once Upon A Time in Hollywood v. Licorice Pizza with Roseanne Caputi, Alex Robertson and Dr. David J. Johnson DMD

Fabulous Film & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 106:34


It's another exciting match-up this week on Fabulous Film & Friends as we compare the works of two L.A. showbiz-loving poets cum grand masters with Quentin Tarantino's 2019 magnum opus, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Emile Hirsch, Bruce Dern, Margaret Qualley, Dakota Fanning, Mike Moh, a pre-Elvis Austin Butler, Kurt Russell, Al Pacino, and a whole host of familiar faces against Paul Thomas Anderson's Licorice Pizza starring unknowns Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman with big time help from Sean Penn, Bradley Cooper, Tom Waits, Ben Safdie, John Michael Higgins and in a master class of supporting acting, Harriet Sansom Harris as a tough-talking agent.   I'm your host Gino Caputi and my guests this week are once again series regulars Dr. David Johnson and Roseanne Caputi and here celebrating his birthday with us, the ageless and unstoppable Gordon Alex Roberstson . Again, simple synopses, which as we all know are always the best.Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, is set in the summer of 1969 under the looming shadow of the Manson family's forthcoming murder-spree, a fading TV star named Rick Dalton who is next-door neighbor to Manson victim Sharon Tate and her husband Roman Polanski, juggles the ups and downs of his career, while leaning on the solid friendship of his stunt double and best friend Cliff Boothe.  Licorice Pizza, chronicles the story of Alana, an aimless 25-year old school photographer's assistant, living with her parents  in 1973 in the San Fernando Valley, and Gary Valentine, a 15-year old actor and aggressive entrepreneur who, try as they might, cannot escape the fact that they were meant for each other. Are these two films entirely different or very similar?Find out!

70mm | Movies and Friendship
Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood (2019)

70mm | Movies and Friendship

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 64:56


Danny, Proto, and Slim chat about Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood (2019). Was Patreon voting a mistake? Movies About Movies Month continues with a stunning vote from our supporters to not cover Singin in the Rain and instead cover a movie that Danny gave 1.5 stars. You'd think he would have garnered some respect over these last few years of podcasting but some people just wun 2 watch du werld bern. The hosts also discuss the Disney Corporation's CEO shake-up alongside a possible Apple acquisition, Proto feeling embarrassed by Disney superfans, Slim making a pledge to not bring up anyone's feet later in the show, Danny watching You've Got Mail again, Indiana Jones 5, bad Netflix holiday movies and much more. Support the 70mm Patreon to join our VHS Village Discord and access exclusive episodes in the 70mm Vault like the 1990s Batman movies, Harry Potter, The Matrix, SHIN Godzilla, West Side Story, Twilight, Moana, and more. Signing up for the Patreon also get your own membership card, member-only discounts on merch, and the ability to vote on future episodes! Subscribe on Apple Podcasts to unlock access to episodes from the 70mm Vault! Subscribe on Spotify if that's more your bag for those exclusive 70mm Vault episodes! Episode transcriptions are available thanks to Soph from Film Hags! Don't forget you can visit our website to shop our storefront to buy prints and merch, follow us on Letterboxd, email the show, upgrade to Letterboxd Pro/Patron at 20% off, and much more. 70mm is a TAPEDECK podcast, along with our friends at BAT & SPIDER, Cinenauts, The Letterboxd Show, Dune Pod, FILM HAGS, Will Run For..., Twin Vipers, and Lost Light.

Iterations
Iteration 75: Lean In and Let Go

Iterations

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 6:46


Over the past month or so, I've been seeing a lot of Quentin Tarantino clips pop up in my YouTube feed because about a month ago, I clicked on a video of Quentin being interviewed by Charlie Rose. When it finished, the algorithm showed me another, which I also clicked on. Since the algorithm got what it wanted, it started showing me more clips and occasionally I would click, and here we are a month or so later with me having watched about a dozen clips and interviews with Quentin Tarantino. Full disclosure, I like some of Tarantino's movies, but it's his approach to making movies that I find fascinating. Recently he was quoted as saying that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was his best movie, to which someone on Twitter almost immediately replied “He's wrong. It was Pulp Fiction.” I can't say I disagree. But regardless of what you or I think of any of his movies, he makes exactly what he wants to see and if we don't like it, that's on us, not him. He was very clear about that fact in one of the interviews I watched. The interviewer asked him whether he had an audience in mind when he made his movies. Almost without skipping a beat, Quentin responded, “Yeah, me. I'm the audience.” CONNECT WITH MEWebsite: https://jefferysaddoris.com  Twitter: @jefferysaddoris  Instagram: @jefferysaddorisSUBSCRIBESubscribe to Jeffery Saddoris: Everything in your favorite podcast app to get every show I release in one feed. You can also find a written version of Iterations on Substack.MUSICMusic For Workplaces by Jeffery Saddoris

Process Driven
Iteration 75: Lean In and Let Go

Process Driven

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 6:46


Over the past month or so, I've been seeing a lot of Quentin Tarantino clips pop up in my YouTube feed because about a month ago, I clicked on a video of Quentin being interviewed by Charlie Rose. When it finished, the algorithm showed me another, which I also clicked on. Since the algorithm got what it wanted, it started showing me more clips and occasionally I would click, and here we are a month or so later with me having watched about a dozen clips and interviews with Quentin Tarantino. Full disclosure, I like some of Tarantino's movies, but it's his approach to making movies that I find fascinating. Recently he was quoted as saying that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was his best movie, to which someone on Twitter almost immediately replied “He's wrong. It was Pulp Fiction.” I can't say I disagree. But regardless of what you or I think of any of his movies, he makes exactly what he wants to see and if we don't like it, that's on us, not him. He was very clear about that fact in one of the interviews I watched. The interviewer asked him whether he had an audience in mind when he made his movies. Almost without skipping a beat, Quentin responded, “Yeah, me. I'm the audience.” CONNECT WITH MEWebsite: https://jefferysaddoris.com  Twitter: @jefferysaddoris  Instagram: @jefferysaddorisSUBSCRIBESubscribe to Jeffery Saddoris: Everything in your favorite podcast app to get every show I release in one feed. You can also find a written version of Iterations on Substack.MUSICMusic For Workplaces by Jeffery Saddoris

Jeffery Saddoris: Everything
Iteration 75: Lean In and Let Go

Jeffery Saddoris: Everything

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 6:46


Over the past month or so, I've been seeing a lot of Quentin Tarantino clips pop up in my YouTube feed because about a month ago, I clicked on a video of Quentin being interviewed by Charlie Rose. When it finished, the algorithm showed me another, which I also clicked on. Since the algorithm got what it wanted, it started showing me more clips and occasionally I would click, and here we are a month or so later with me having watched about a dozen clips and interviews with Quentin Tarantino. Full disclosure, I like some of Tarantino's movies, but it's his approach to making movies that I find fascinating. Recently he was quoted as saying that Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was his best movie, to which someone on Twitter almost immediately replied “He's wrong. It was Pulp Fiction.” I can't say I disagree. But regardless of what you or I think of any of his movies, he makes exactly what he wants to see and if we don't like it, that's on us, not him. He was very clear about that fact in one of the interviews I watched. The interviewer asked him whether he had an audience in mind when he made his movies. Almost without skipping a beat, Quentin responded, “Yeah, me. I'm the audience.” CONNECT WITH MEWebsite: https://jefferysaddoris.com  Twitter: @jefferysaddoris  Instagram: @jefferysaddorisSUBSCRIBESubscribe to Jeffery Saddoris: Everything in your favorite podcast app to get every show I release in one feed. You can also find a written version of Iterations on Substack.MUSICMusic For Workplaces by Jeffery Saddoris

Pop Culture Confidential
316: Hollywood on Hollywood. 'Babylon' and a deep dive into movies about the industry! With critic Zoë Rose Bryant

Pop Culture Confidential

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 43:42


Film critic Zoë Rose Bryant joins us to talk about Damien Chazelle's "Babylon", the upcoming epic about 1920's Hollywood starring Brad Pitt & Margot Robbie. Plus a deep dive into the most essential films about Hollywood, from Singin' in the Rain and Sunset Boulevard to Boogie Nights and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. Twitter @ZoeRoseBryant Awards Editor: @WeLiveEntmt Writer: @NextBestPicture @Awards_Watch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Cellini and Dimino
Beyond The Goatee (11.17.2022)

Cellini and Dimino

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 18:08


A trip into the mind of Chris Dimino, Beyond The Goatee, presented by Granite Garage Floors Richard Nixon Quentin Tarantino Heidi Blue's Clues much more See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Podcrushed
Ride Or Die (ft. Victoria Pedretti)

Podcrushed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 55:46


Our most requested guest of the season, Victoria Pedretti (YOU, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) drops by the pod… for the second time this season! Hear her thoughts on the commonalities of fame and bullying, iconic moments on YOU, and why it's okay to acknowledge when things aren't okay.Follow Podcrushed on socials: InstagramTwitterTiktok

And the Runner-Up Is
On Second Thought: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2019)

And the Runner-Up Is

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 26:16 Very Popular


Listen to this PREVIEW of the 60th episode of On Second Thought, a special bonus series you can hear on the And the Runner-Up Is Patreon exclusive feed! On Second Thought is a series in which Kevin is joined by a special guest in breaking down another Best Picture nominee not reviewed on the regular show that could have still been the runner-up. In this episode, Kevin speaks with Ryan McQuade about Quentin Tarantino's "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood," the possible runner-up that lost Best Picture to "Parasite" in 2019. This episode includes a review of the film itself and a discussion of its awards run! You can listen to the full episode of On Second Thought by going to patreon.com/andtherunnerupis and contributing at the $3 per month tier. Follow Kevin Jacobsen on Twitter:     @Kevin_Jacobsen Follow Ryan McQuade on Twitter: @ryanmcquade77 Follow And the Runner-Up Is on Twitter:      @OscarRunnerUp Music featured in this episode: "Out of Time" - The Rolling Stones

Make It Reign with Josh Smith
Ep 64: Lena Dunham

Make It Reign with Josh Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 45:21


I have LOVED Lena Dunham since her break-out show, Girls, so I am so excited we are joined by her today! In case you haven't watched it, Girls - which was written by and starring Lena - followed four best pals as they navigated boys, friendships, sexuality and their careers. Lena won multiple Golden Globes, a BAFTA, and received a tonne of Emmy nominations for her work, which became a game-changing representation of women on screen. Now after starring in the movie, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, and taking a break from the spotlight, she is back, directing and writing the Amazon Prime movie, Catherine Ccalled Birdy. I LOVED this movie so much, and I know you will too. It follows Birdy (played by Bella Ramsey) a medieval teenager who as she comes of age, andso it covers everything from her first periods to her first painful crush. It also stars previousformer Reign guest, Isis Hainsworth, the hot priest himself Andrew Scott, the iconic Billie Piper, and Joe Alwyn. This episode covers exactly that: coming of age, as Lena and I share our first times getting absolutely smashed to our mutual obsession with Billie Piper. the pop star. We also talk about Lena's journey towards self love and how being open and honest about her endometriosis has empowered her. Plus we discuss the sexist treatment female directors are still subjected to in the wake of the Olivia Wilde online drama. If you have missed any of the episodes of Reign Season six go check them out now - we've been joined by Stranger Things star, Natalia Dyer, iCarly's Miranda Cosgrove, Fate: The Winx Saga, Abigail Cowen and Kaitlyn Dever. I hope you keep on listening and finding the power to Reign in your own lives. If you love this episode, please get in touch (follow me across social media @joshsmithhosts), I love hearing from you. Love, Josh xxxP.S. I am partnering with one of my favourite skincare brands, Elemis to bring you this episode of Reign and I have a treat for you! Head to elemis.com and get 25% off* by using the code JoshSmith25 at the checkout. To give you some self-care inspiration, I recommend using Elemis' iconic Pro-Collagen Cleansing Balm. It has three unique textures that creates the ultimate cleansing experience. It nourishes your skin like a balm, easily removes makeup as a cleansing oil, and hydrates as a cleansing milk. And it smells like heaven, too! No wonder it's a number 1 best seller! Your skin will be left feeling deeply cleansed, soothed and supremely soft. Now doesn't that sound like the ultimate moment of self care, everyday? *Terms & Conditions apply.

Two Dudes, Brews And Reviews
Quentin Tarantino's Filmography RANKED Worst to Best

Two Dudes, Brews And Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 47:04


Behold our most clickbait title for a podcast yet! Alex and Austin have decided to do some bonus episodes on topics we think would be interesting to talk about, just to veer from the recommendation format that we usually go with. But yes, we're ranking the filmography of Quentin Tarantino - the visionary writer and director who has taken elements from westerns, kung-fu, grindhouse, and blaxploitation films, and elevates them for mainstream audiences. The rules are as follows: 1.) Both of us will announce what we have at each number in the list - but we will discuss the film that Austin has in that particular spot. 2.) For the two films that Austin hasn't seen, Alex will talk about them by himself. 3.) Only the films that Tarantino has directed will appear here - so no True Romance or From Dusk to Dawn, nor any films Tarantino guest directed such as Sin City - also Kill Bill Vol I and II will be combined as one film. The films that are featured on this list are Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Kill Bill, Death Proof, Inglorious Basterds, Django Unchained, The Hateful Eight, and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.

Rarified Heir Podcast
Rarified Heir Podcast #99: Spencer Garrett Encore (Kathleen Nolan)

Rarified Heir Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 81:45


  Today on an encore edition of the Rarified Heir Podcast, we talk to actor Spencer Garrett, whose mother, actress Kathleen Nolan should be familiar to all you classic tv fans from the show, The Real McCoys. We talk to Spencer about his groundbreaking mother who was also the President of the Screen Actors Guild. That's a familiar theme on the podcast - actors who fought for the royalties and benefits of their fellow actors. Once again this episode proves the adage that Los Angeles really is indeed a company town. We talk to Spencer about his mother's numerous guest starring roles on television in everything from Gunsmoke to Magnum P.I. Additionally we speak about Spencer's dad, Richard Heckencamp, a personal manager for numerous celebrities. We also dig into Spencer's own acting career - from his roles in the Harrison Ford thriller, Air Force One, his latest role on HBO's Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty & his work on Quintin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. So sit back & take a listen to Spencer Garrett on the Rarified Heir Podcast. Everyone has a story.