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1992 film by Quentin Tarantino

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Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast
BPS 266: The Art of Making Horror Comedies with Damon Thomas

Bulletproof Screenplay® Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 50:18


Damon Thomas is well known for making documentaries. He's documentaries includes Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs and David Beckham: A Footballer's Story. He also directed the hit shows Killing Eve (2018), Beethoven (2005) and Dracula (2020). His latest film "My Best Friend's Exorcism" is a 2022 American supernatural comedy horror film from a screenplay by Jenna Lamia, based on the 2016 novel of the same name by Grady Hendrix. In 1988 best friends Abby and Gretchen navigate boys, pop culture and a paranormal force clinging to Gretchen. With help from a mall exorcist, Abby is determined to compel the demon back to the pits of hell -- if it doesn't kill Gretchen first.The film stars Elsie Fisher, Amiah Miller, Cathy Ang and Rachel Ogechi Kanu. The film was released on Prime Video on September 30, 2022.]Enjoy my conversation with Damon Thomas.

Scarred For Life
Episode 167: Candy Land Filmmaker John Swab and Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Scarred For Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 57:05


This week we chat with John Swab, the writer/director of Candy Land! We chat about the queer representation in the film, how he came up with the idea and his relationship to horror before exploring why Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs terrified him at such an early age. Candy Land is available on VOD right now. John isn't on social media but you can follow the company that produced the film Follow Mary Beth, Terry and the Podcast on Twitter. Support us on Patreon! If you want to support our podcast, please please take a moment to go rate us on Spotify and give us a rating and review on iTunes. It really helps us out with the algorithms. We also have a YouTube channel! If you want to join our community on Twitter, go here.  Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Survivor Specialists: Phil and Alexa
Reservoir Dogs (1992) / Wild Tales (2014) - #18 Movie Buff Specialists (Ep 83)

The Survivor Specialists: Phil and Alexa

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 76:58


Phil and John continue discussing their 100 favorite films of all time, today talking about Quentin Tarantino's directorial debut and a rare anthology movie that works. Next up: #17 Midnight in Paris (2011) and The Godfather (1972). Midnight in Paris replaces Casablanca which appears higher on Phil's list. #Film #HarveyKeitel #Cannes

The Church of Tarantino
Under The Influence: Reservoir Dogs (The Killing & City On Fire)

The Church of Tarantino

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 101:09


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Drop Da Mic.
EPISODE 300: SIDE TABLE READS Featuring Admiral Atlas & Haus of Char

Drop Da Mic.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 18:24


Welcome to the 300th episode where we invited two of our closest friends and collaborators, Admiral Atlas and Susie Soto of ‘Haus OF CHAR' to sit down and recreate some of our favorite dialogue driven scenes from the world of film. Enjoy and be safe out there! Mixed and edited by: Wesley Swanson. Movie audio clips used: ‘A BRONX TALE, ‘THE DEPARTED', ‘RESERVOIR DOGS,' ‘THE WOLF OF WALL STREET.'

Zafarrancho Vilima
Arcángel Gabriel en las Grandes Biografías de Zafarrancho Vilima

Zafarrancho Vilima

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 4:49


Hoy viajaremos atrás en el tiempo, exactamente 2022 años, para recordar la vida del Palomo Fecundador más famoso de la historia: Gabriel Palomo Gómez, más conocido como Gabriel Palomo, yo me lo guiso, José se lo come. El pequeño Gabriel nació el 29 de septiembre, 7 años antes del Big Bang y es que su madre ya sabía que su pequeño llegaría a algo cuando Dios le pidió un poquito del barro con el que estaba haciendo el cenicero del día del padre para hacer a Adán. Cuidao que a partir de ahora Gabriel va a cotizar más de los 30 años que pide Escrivá, porque si bien el pequeño Gabi se formó desde muy chiquitito en el arte familiar de la mensajería, no acabaría en Correos si no en un grupo de 7 Árcángeles mensajeros a lo Reservoir Dogs, donde él se convirtió en el Señor Lobo, comiéndose tó los marrones. El primero fue en el 3000 a.C, porque a Dios no le gustó cómo le había quedado la isla de Tasmania, pero con el trabajito que le había costao hacer el ornitorrinco, le dijo a Noé que hiciera el arca pa meter a los animalicos, que iba a resetear el sistema. Pero Noé trabajaba para Sacyr y llevaba más retraso que el puente de Coria del Río, así que le dijo a Gabriel que le echara una manita. Luego, por el 2000 a.C, estaba Dios pensando como putearnos y se quiso quedá con Abraham diciéndole que sacrificara a su único hijo, Isaac, con un cuchillo, porque por lo que sea Dios no conocía la broma de la botellita de agua. Gabriel fue el encargado de detener la mano de Abraham cuando tenía el cuchillo como el de Psicosis diciéndole que era bromita, que lo de matar gente venía más tarde. Luego en el 1.300 a.C. se ve que Moisés no pagaba el Ocaso y Gabi fue el encargado de darle sepultura en un lugar desconocido del desierto, a lo Kuklinski, para evitar los besapies. Por el año 323 a.C. Gabriel le chivó a los persas que venía Alejandro Magno a liarla parda, que no se preocuparan que se moría pronto, que iba a dejar Jerusalén como La Alameda antes de la Expo 92 y que tendrían 62 semanas para reconstruirla pero que por lo que más quisieran no llamaran a Noé. Y a finales del S I a.C. por fin le encomendaron lo que a él le gustaba de verdad: ANUNSIÁ VESTÍO DE PALOMO. La primera vez se lo anunció al padre de la criatura, a Zacarías que tenía 92 años, pero como él y su mujer Isabel tenían problemas de fertilidad, Zacarías se olió la tosta y el Arcángel, pa que no diera por culo le quitó la habilidad de hablar hasta que naciera la criatura. Y así nació Juan Bautista. Ya en esta época decían los musulmanes que era un joven de gran estatura y abundante cabellera rubia trenzada de forma especial que enmarcaba una frente majestuosa. Como pa decirle que no al Yuyu. Y ya por fin el 25 de marzo del año 1, Gabi se viste otra vez de palomo, se va a Nazaret, llama a la puerta de la Virgen María y le dice “¿Cómo están usteeeeeedes?”. Como en aquella época sólo se hablaba hebreo y vasco, María no lo entendió muy bien hasta que le vio la trenza rubia especial. Esta vez no se lo dijo al Padre porque estaba viendo el fútbol, y ya se daría cuenta él solo cuando viera al niño y lo viera a él con las alitas abiertas encima del portal el 25 de diciembre. Porque otra cosa no, pero discreto tampoco. A partir de entonces se le conoció como “El Arcángel de la consolación” patrón del satisfyer. También es el patrón de los medios de comunicación y de las salas de parto. Después de este gran encargo, Dios tenía 2 más para su recadero: Inspirarle en el 610 d.C a Mahoma las escrituras del Corán, porque veía la cosa paraíta de guerras y peleas y que tocara las trompetas el día del juicio final. Afortunadamente todavía nadie lo ha visto tocar las trompetas, aunque ustedes siempre podrán pensar en él cada vez que su hijo les haga un cenicero de barro para el día del padre o vean a un rubio con una trenza especial.

2 Guys 5 Movies
168: Top Five Films of 1992

2 Guys 5 Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 110:08


The 2 Guys continue this week with Frank's top five movies from fifty, forty, thirty, and twenty years ago. For 1992, Frank's list includes David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, the folk horror classic Candyman, John Woo's Hard-Boiled, Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs, and David Lynch's Fire Walk with Me. Finally, if you have your own ideas for the podcast, you can also email us with list suggestions at 2guys5movies@gmail.com, and thank you all for listening and your support.

The Survivor Specialists: Phil and Alexa
No Country For Old Men (2007) / Pulp Fiction (1994) - #19 Movie Buff Specialists (Ep 82)

The Survivor Specialists: Phil and Alexa

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 66:04


Phil and John continue journeying through their 100 favorite films of all time, today discussing a masterpiece from the Coen Brothers and another from Quentin Tarantino Next up: #18 Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Wild Tales (2014) #Film #JoshBrolin #SamuelLJackson

SideTalks - The Official Sidewalk Podcast
#300 - She Just Needed A Month To Change His Life Forever

SideTalks - The Official Sidewalk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 23:22


Buckle up ding-dongs, it's the 300th episode! You thought we were gone? Surprise! We're back, and there's nothing you can do about it! Nothing else to listen to either! Sidetalks forever baby! Five. Minute. Fight. - Quentin Tarantino's RESERVOIR DOGS (1992) "Can it stay in the 90s and not in the canon?" A Trip to Stars Hollow Video: SWEET NOVEMBER (2001) #givekeanuabreak Hosted by your own personal cinematic Elongated Muskrat & Twitter! Music by Splash '96 Recorded & Edited by Boutwell Studios

Jim and Them
Hip Hop Hooray - #750 Part 2

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 89:06


Quentin Tarantino: Jim is here to drop some underground knowledge, "Quentin Tarantino makes good movies".Rita Wilson: This lady cannot stop rapping, they bring her out at a Variety brunch and this dummy just starts rapping.Palette Cleansers: From an Australian autistic getting robbed, elbow drops on the train, crashing on the highway, chips getting turned off, babies tossed in the trash and even Ric Flair, we got it all!YOU'RE THE WEAK!, TYRANNY OF EVIL MEN!, PULP FICTION!, NEVER CAN TELL!, CHUCK BERRY!, BUCKCHERRY!, CRAZY BITCH!, JEFF TIEDRICH!, SIR THIS IS A WENDY'S!, TRUMP!, PERFORMATIVE NONSENSE!, KUTT CALHOUN!, STOP JEFFIN'!, QUENTIN TARANTINO!, PULP FICTION!, RESERVOIR DOGS!, 4K STEELBOOK!, TI WEST!, TOP 10!, BANGERS!, BORING!, GHOST DAD!, STATING THE OBVIOUS!, GOOD MOVIE!, DEATH PROOF!, JACKIE BROWN!, 90S MOVIES!, KILL BILL!, GORE!, VOLUME 2!, INGLORIOUS BASTERDS!, ANIME!, HATEFUL EIGHT!, SPORTS ANIME!, TEMPLE OF DOOM!, TOP 10!, VIOLENT NIGHT!, JOHN WICK!, NOBODY!, BLACK ADAM!, RITA WILSON!, NAUGHTY BY NATURE!, HIP HOP HOORAY!, RAPPING!, CRINGE!, OLD LADY!, VARIETY!, BRUNCH!, PRESENTER!, COVID!, THE BIT POLICE!, MAN NAMED OTTO!, BORING!, TRAILERS!, TOM HANKS!, SEARCHING 2!, GRUMP!, BILLY BOB THORNTON!, M3GAN!, THE GRINCH!, AMERICA'S PEDOPHILE UNCLE!, SNL!, BILL COSBY!, GREEN SCREEN!, BOAT TO SAVE CHILDREN!, AUTISTIC! AUSTRALIAN!, ROBBED!, STOLEN!, SCREAMING!, SCAM!, STEAK!, DOOR TO DOOR!, SUBWAY!, SLEEPING!, ELBOW DROP!, SWITCHING LANES!, IDIOT!, ENDANGERING PEOPLE!, KARMA!, CRASH!, DANGEROUS!, CHIP TURNED OFF!, SEIZURE!, SHAKING!, GAME OVER!, VACCINE!, OPP LACKING!, STROLLER!, BABY!, IN THE TRASH!, GARBAGE!, GANG!, NEW YORK!, SUBWAY!, SUICIDE!, THIRD RAIL!, ANNOYED!, NO SYMPATHY!, ATTENTION!, RIC FLAIR!, CLOUT!, TIKTOK!, DON'T KNOW!, ASK FOR A PICTURE!, NEW YORK MINUTE!, RIC FLAIR!, PICTURE!, FAMOUS!, BOTHERING!, THE HERO!, RUDE!, THE HERO!, FUN!, CHRIS HARDWICK!, HIS LOSS!, WHO IS THIS VIDEO FOR!?, GRETCHEN!, LETTERBOXD!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

13 O'Clock Podcast
Matinee LIVE: Reservoir Dogs (1992)

13 O'Clock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022


Tom and Jenny discuss Quentin Tarantino’s debut feature film, a massively influential work that changed the way independent films were made and perceived in Hollywood. Thanks Louie for sending us the movie! Audio version: Video version: Please support us on Patreon! Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter and Instagram. Also … Continue reading Matinee LIVE: Reservoir Dogs (1992)

Lass is More with Josh Lasser
Meanderings #286: "Pulp Fiction," An Undeniable All-Time Great

Lass is More with Josh Lasser

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 5:58


Last time we were on about how the pacing for Amsterdam is just awful, how it fails to allow the jokes to hit, how it has some sort of faux gravitas that makes it deadly dull.  You want an example of how to do it right with a film that also came out on 4K last week?  Look no further than Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction."  This week we discuss how it goes right and the one place where it makes a misstep that bothers Josh to this day.  Take a listen and enjoy!

Sober Cinema
1992 at the Movies: RESERVOIR DOGS

Sober Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 33:39


Thirty years of Nice Guy Eddie not being so nice. Which is why he quickly becomes a fan favorite in this episode on Quentin Tarantino's directing debut RESERVOIR DOGS. In one of those almost unimpeachable classics we decide to take on the likes of Harvey Keitel and Tim Roth for they are no Chris Penn. Also the decision to not cast Samuel L. Jackson as Mr. Roth's Jedi master here brings up a returning segment of can one belligerent podcast host take on Mace Windu? For that... we go to the stats. Enjoy! Support what we do on Patreon with bonus episodes and even more afterparties (you have been warned.) Listen: Apple Podcasts/Spotify/Amazon Music/Google Podcasts Facebook/Instagram/Twitter: @sobercinema Follow your hosts on Letterboxd for sneak peaks at film criticism GENIUS: Jairo @truebromance Jared @jgdotson Mike @projectingfilm Find out more at https://sobercinema.pinecast.co This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

DigiGods
DigiGods Episode 246: 2022 DigiGods Holiday Show and Gift Guide

DigiGods

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 154:22


Our exclusive interview with “Tiger 24” filmmaker Warren Pereira — plus seasonal movie and television gift recommendations for everyone! DigiGods Podcast, 12/13/22 (M4a) — 75.4 MB right click to save Subscribe to the DigiGods Podcast In this episode, the Gods discuss: 4kUHD: Adaptation 4k UHD (4k UHD Blu-ray) Carrie (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Classic Christmas Specials Collection (4k UHD Blu-ray) Columbia Classics 4K Ultra HD Collection Volume 3 (It Happened One Night, From Here to Eternity, To Sir With Love, The Last Picture Show, Annie, As Good as it Gets) (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Company of Wolves (4k UHD Blu-ray) Coraline 4k UHD (4k UHD Blu-ray) Don't Worry, Darling (4k UHD Blu-ray) I, The Jury (4k UHD Blu-ray) Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (4k UHD Blu-ray) Paranorman 4k UHD (4k UHD Blu-ray) Planes, Trains and Automobiles (4k UHD Blu-ray) Pulp Fiction Limited Edition 4k UHD Steelbook (4k UHD Blu-ray) Reservoir Dogs: 30th Anniversary 4k UHD (4k UHD Blu-ray) Smile (4k UHD Blu-ray) Sony Pictures Classics 30th Anniversary 4K UHD Collection (Orlando, The Celluloid Closet, SLC Punk, Run Lola Run, The City of Lost Children, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, The Devil's Backbone, Volver, Synecdoche New York, Still Alice, Call Me By Your Name) (4k UHD Blu-ray) To Kill a Mockingbird 60th Anniversary (4k UHD Blu-ray) Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan: Season One (4k UHD Blu-ray) Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan: Season Two (4k UHD Blu-ray) Universal Classic Monsters Icons of Horror Collection (The Mummy, The Bride of Frankenstein, Phantom of the Opera, Creature from the Black Lagoon) (4k UHD Blu-ray) Westworld: Season 4 – The Choice (4k UHD Blu-ray) The Woman King (4k UHD Blu-ray) Television Giftsets: Alfred Hitchcock Presents (DVD) Charmed (2018): The Complete Series (Blu-ray) DC's Legends of Tomorrow: The Complete Series (Blu-ray) Frasier: The Complete Series Box Set (Blu-ray) Supergirl: The Complete Series (Blu-ray) That '70s Show: The Complete Series Remastered (DVD) The Six Million Dollar Man: The Complete Series (Blu-ray) The Thing About Pam: The Complete Limited Series (Blu-ray) Television: American Rust (Blu-ray) Animal Kingdom: Season 6 (DVD) Better Call Saul: Season Six (Blu-ray) Creepshow Season 3 (Blu-ray) Dexter: New Blood - Limited Edition Steelbook (Blu-ray) A Discovery of Witches: The Complete Trilogy (Blu-ray) Doom Patrol: The Complete Third Season (Blu-ray) Ghosts: Season One (DVD) The Offer (Blu-ray) Peacemaker: The Complete First Season (Blu-ray) Reacher Season One (Blu-ray) Riverdale: Season 6 (DVD) South Park: Post COVID (Blu-ray) Star Trek: Discovery - Season Four (Blu-ray) The Thing About Pam: The Complete Limited Series (Blu-ray) Ultraman Cosmos: The Complete Series + 3 Specials (DVD) Ultraman Mebius Collection (Blu-ray) Ultraman Nexus - The Complete Series + Ultraman The Next (DVD) Ultraman Zearth Double Feature (DVD) Why Women Kill: The Complete Series (DVD) You: Season 3 (DVD) Young Rock Season 2 (Blu-ray) New Movies: 5-25-77 (DVD) Beast (Blu-ray) Breaking (Blu-ray) Bros (Blu-ray) Clerks III (Blu-ray) Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul (Blu-ray) Lifemark (Blu-ray) Mack & Rita (Blu-ray) Medieval (Blu-ray) Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon (Blu-ray) Pearl (Blu-ray) Secret Headquarters (Blu-ray) The Silent Twins (Blu-ray) Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters (DVD) Ticket to Paradise (Blu-ray) Classic, Cult and Catalog: Abe Lincoln in Illinois (Blu-ray) Adventures of Don Juan (Blu-ray) The American / Leatherheads Double Feature (Blu-ray) American Frontier Trilogy (Sicario, Hell or High Water, Wind River) (Blu-ray) Attack of the 50 Ft. 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Still Any Good?
96. Reservoir Dogs

Still Any Good?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 87:30


Mr Johnson and Mr Webb go to work by discussing the film where it all began for Quentin Tarantino - as long as you don't count that one he didn't finish in the 80s.  Yes, muddy-funsters, it's RESERVOIR DOGS.END CREDITS- Presented by Robert Johnson and Chris Webb- Produced by Chris Webb- "Still Any Good?" logo designed by Graham Wood & Robert Johnson- Crap poster mock-ups by Chris Webb- Theme music ("The Slide Of Time") by The Sonic Jewels, used with kind permission(c) 2022 Tiger Feet ProductionsFind us:Twitter @stillanygoodpodInstagram stillanygoodpodEmail stillanygood@gmail.comSupport the show

4K Kings
4K Kings: BLU News & Reviews | Episode 18 | RESERVOIR DOGS & WOLF OF WALL STREET REVIEWS, PLUS OUR CRITERION PICKS FOR THE B&N SALE & MORE!

4K Kings

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 62:44


Thanks for joining us for another week at Blu News & Reviews! Due to the Thanksgiving Holiday this was a short week for us. But we still managed to cover: - Reservoir Dogs 4K Review - The Wolf Of Wall Street 4K Review - Criterion Sale Recommendations - And More! We will be back next week. See everyone soon! Come visit us on our YouTube channel for additional segments that are not covered here! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4HejfisjCdkiSRzHftNAcQ Email: xpromkingsx@gmail.com IG: blunewsandreviews

After The Ending
#216 - After the ending of 1992's Reservoir Dogs, Top 5 Whodunits & More!

After The Ending

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 71:00


In this episode, we go after the the ending of 1992's Reservoir Dogs! We also share our Top 5 Whodunits! Plus, we give our latest recommendations! Plus, is ATE the most unpredictable show on the internet? Find out!

Jim and Them
Ye On Infowars After Show - #749 Part 1

Jim and Them

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 114:01


Ye On Infowars: Finally Kanye West achieves his life long dream of being a guest on Alex Jones.Theories: We have some theories on what is happening with Ye on Infowars between discovering shock jockery, being the ultimate wingman or just plain being neuro divergent, it's all on the table.DEFCON 3: Kanye finally fulfilled on his promise of going DEFCON 3GIGGLING!, JOKES!, RESERVOIR DOGS!, KANYE ON INFOWARS AFTER SHOW!, YE!, ALEX JONES!, AFTER SHOW!, MICROPHONE!, WAR TORN BRAZIL!, WORKING MAN!, HITLER!, PIZZAGATE II!, PIZZA HACK!, PATENT!, CABINET BED!, NO MIKE!, KANYE SUPERFAN!, KANYE INTERVIEW!, DENOUNCE!, RADICALISM!, SHOCK JOCKERY!, SOUTH PARK!, LATE 90S!, EARLY 2000S!, HOWARD STERN!, THEORY!, ISAAC HAYES!, THE BIBLE!, JESUS!, BUSINESSES!, WEARING A MASK!, ARCHETYPE!, WINGMAN!, REASONABLE!, JEWS!, GOD!, ZIONIST!, MICHAEL JORDAN!, WORKING MAN!, AUTISM!, POWER!, OBEDIENT!, PEDOPHILIA!, BALENCIAGA!, SIN!, PORNOGRAPHY!, AWAKENING!, NATHAN BELL!, FALLEN SOLDIER!, SOL!, STEVE JOBS!, APPLE!, ADAM AND EVE!, SIN!, NUMEROLOGY!, THE NUMBER 23!, GREMLINS!, BATHROOM BUDDY!, INVENTION!, GIDEON!, 300!, SOCIAL MEDIA!, ANGELS!, NO FAP!, FREE SPEECH!, NICK FUENTES!, WHITE SUPREMACIST!, FALL OF STAND UP COMEDY!, COMEDIANS!, KYRIE!, AIR CONDITIONER!, JEWISH SLAVE BOATS!, NETANYAHU!, NET AND YOOHOO!, SUPER KILLER!, BREAKING!, CRACKING UP!, PLANNED PARENTHOOD!, WHITE GUILT!, ABORTIONS!, SATAN!, DEMONIC FORCES!, OWEN BENJAMIN!, NAZI!, VALUE!, NEW WORLD ORDER!, POPULATION CONTROL!, BEN SHAPIRO!, DESANTIS!, THE LEFT!, THE RIGHT!, GLOBALIST!, ADL!, CLINTONS!, NEVER SHUTS UP!, TALK OVER!, UNHINGED!, DAVE CHAPPELLE!, I'M THE SHOW!, 5150!, KING OF SHOCK JOCKS!You can find the videos from this episode at our Discord RIGHT HERE!

Movie Madness
Episode 343: The Evil That Men And Women Do

Movie Madness

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 84:16


Peter Sobczynski returns to look at this week's editions to the physical media calendar with Erik Childress. There's a film that played at their Chicago Critics Film Festival this year and the one that beat out Reservoir Dogs at Sundance. Kirk Douglas as a detective and Esther Williams out of water. A pair of gory horror entries from Vinegar Syndrome about a guy killing Santa Clauses and a new 4K edition of an infamous horror sequel. Not even a Train To Busan is more horrific than the Charles Bronson film they take a look at. But there are also brand new editions of an often overlooked Jeff Bridges film and one starring Isabelle Huppert. Finally, Peter weighs in on Don't Worry Darling and has an offer for a new idea for Paramount Plus that they really should not refuse. 0:00 - Intro 1:15 - Cohen Media Group (Entre Nous) 3:22 - Kino (Detective Story, The Unguarded Moment) 12:21 - Vertical (Emily the Criminal) 17:09 - Fun City (Cutters Way) 23:19 - Shout Factory (The Evil that Men Do, R Xmas) 36:50 - Vinegar (Don't Open Until Christmas, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2) 53:45 - Factory 25 (In the Soup) 58:53 - Well Go (Train To Busan 4K) 1:03:05 - WB (Don't Worry Darling 4K, Westworld Season Four 4K, The Flight Attendant Seasons 1 & 2) 1:10:30 - Paramount (The Offer) 1:18:00 – New Blu-ray Announcements 1:21:55 - Outro

Middle Class Film Class
Gab & Chatter: Dual / Falling For Christmas / Spider-man / The Departed / High Plains Drifter / Bram Stoker's Dracula

Middle Class Film Class

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 73:18


This week's episode was streamed live in Twitch through Sacramento's own STAB comedy theater. Watch the VOD here--> https://www.twitch.tv/videos/1663436276On this episode: Shelley Duvall back on the Silver Shining screen and John Carpenter doesn't care about reboots. PLUS! Alexander Skarsgaard behind the camera for the first time, James Gunn abandons Marvel, and Weird Al's biopic… now with no truth. In news: No shave November, No Nut November, complementing yourself, www.twitch.tv/stabcomedy , Marc Maron, Neckbeard, December break, Season 3, Onepiece, One Piece, Taika Waititi, Next Goal Wins, rugby, Football, Soccer, Alive, Star Wars, Akira, Tower of Terror, Time Bandits, The Incal, Interior Chinatown, The Haunted Mansion, Eddie Murphy, Steve Guttenberg, Disney Channel, Disney+, Free Guy, Hunt For The Wilderpeople, Boy, What We Do in the Shadows, Steve Carrel, John Stamos, Thor: Love and Thunder, Christian Bale, Tik Tok, Tom Segura, Quentin Tarantino, C.S.I., Twin Peaks Deadwood, Justified, FX, Samuel Jackson, Shaft, Sgt Fury, Cinema Speculation, Hackers, The Last Starfighter, Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, Jurassic Park, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, The Matrix, Harry Potter, Law and Order, Bryan Cranston, The X-files, Vince Gilligan, Dennis Quaid, The Day After Tomorrow, Roland Emerich, Moonfall, Independence Day, Strange World, J.K. Rowling, 2012, John Cusack, Lemony Snicket, Potion Seller, Justin Kuritzkes, https://youtu.be/R_FQU4KzN7A , Luca Guadignino, Bones and All, Challengers, Zendaya, Good Time, Benny Safdie, Zach Cregger, Bob Chapek, Bob Iger, Bob Balaban, Disneyland, George Bush, Steve Jobs, Apple, The Social Network, Bill Burr, PayPal, Roman Osborne, Spider-Man, Oriental Trading Company, Office Space, John C. McGinleyhttp://www.MCFCpodcast.com-Email us at MCFCpodcast@gmail.com    -Leave us a voicemail (209) 730-6010-Get some merch:https://middle-class-film-class.creator-spring.com/-Sponsor - N/AJoseph Navarro    Pete Abeytaand Tyler Noe    Streaming Picks:Falling For Christmas - NetflixSpider-Man - NetflixThe Departed - HBO MaxThe Food that Built America - HuluBram Stoker's Dracula - HBO MaxDual - HuluHigh Plains Drifter - Showtime

New Books in History
Burt Kearns, "Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy" (UP of Kentucky, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:45


In his latest book, Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy (The University of Kentucky Press, 2022) Burt Kearns explores the life of actor Lawrence Tierney (1919-2002) whose natural swagger and gruff disposition made him the perfect fit for the Hollywood "tough guy" archetype. Known for his erratic and oftentimes violent nature, Tierney drew upon his bellicose reputation throughout his career--a reputation that made him one of the most feared and mythologized characters in the industry. Born in Brooklyn to Irish American parents, Tierney worked in theatre in New York before moving to Hollywood in 1943 where he signed with RKO Radio Pictures. His biggest roles would come in Dillinger (1945), in which he played 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, and Robert Wise's film noir classic Born to Kill (1947). Despite his natural talents Tierney was trouble from the start, struggling with alcoholism and mental instability that emboldened him to start fights whenever and wherever he could. The continued bouts of alcohol-fueled rage, his subsequent stints in jail, and his continued attempts at rehabilitation curtailed his acting career.  Unable to find work throughout much of the 1960s, he did a stint in Europe before eventually returning to New York where he took odd jobs as a construction worker, bartender, and hansom cab driver. In the mid-1980s Tierney returned to acting. With a somewhat cooler head, he established himself again with recurring roles in shows such as Seinfeld and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would take on his final projects as a septuagenarian in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Armageddon (1998), where his on-set behavior would once again draw the ire of his colleagues and studio representatives. He would go down swinging just shy of his 83rd birthday, his tough-guy image solidly intact until the end. Kearns explores Tierney's storied life from his days as Dillinger, to his clash with Quentin Tarantino at the end of film career, and his final public appearances. The first official biography of the late personality, the book draws on the writings of Hollywood reporters and gossip columnists who first reported on Tierney's antics, and exclusive interviews with surviving colleagues, friends, family members--and victims. Through their words and his research, Kearns paints a portrait of Tierney's brutish behavior and the industry's reaction to the pugnacious star, drawing parallels--and the line--between the man and the characters that made him a Hollywood legend.  Rebekah Buchanan is a Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Popular Culture
Burt Kearns, "Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy" (UP of Kentucky, 2022)

New Books in Popular Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:45


In his latest book, Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy (The University of Kentucky Press, 2022) Burt Kearns explores the life of actor Lawrence Tierney (1919-2002) whose natural swagger and gruff disposition made him the perfect fit for the Hollywood "tough guy" archetype. Known for his erratic and oftentimes violent nature, Tierney drew upon his bellicose reputation throughout his career--a reputation that made him one of the most feared and mythologized characters in the industry. Born in Brooklyn to Irish American parents, Tierney worked in theatre in New York before moving to Hollywood in 1943 where he signed with RKO Radio Pictures. His biggest roles would come in Dillinger (1945), in which he played 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, and Robert Wise's film noir classic Born to Kill (1947). Despite his natural talents Tierney was trouble from the start, struggling with alcoholism and mental instability that emboldened him to start fights whenever and wherever he could. The continued bouts of alcohol-fueled rage, his subsequent stints in jail, and his continued attempts at rehabilitation curtailed his acting career.  Unable to find work throughout much of the 1960s, he did a stint in Europe before eventually returning to New York where he took odd jobs as a construction worker, bartender, and hansom cab driver. In the mid-1980s Tierney returned to acting. With a somewhat cooler head, he established himself again with recurring roles in shows such as Seinfeld and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would take on his final projects as a septuagenarian in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Armageddon (1998), where his on-set behavior would once again draw the ire of his colleagues and studio representatives. He would go down swinging just shy of his 83rd birthday, his tough-guy image solidly intact until the end. Kearns explores Tierney's storied life from his days as Dillinger, to his clash with Quentin Tarantino at the end of film career, and his final public appearances. The first official biography of the late personality, the book draws on the writings of Hollywood reporters and gossip columnists who first reported on Tierney's antics, and exclusive interviews with surviving colleagues, friends, family members--and victims. Through their words and his research, Kearns paints a portrait of Tierney's brutish behavior and the industry's reaction to the pugnacious star, drawing parallels--and the line--between the man and the characters that made him a Hollywood legend.  Rebekah Buchanan is a Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/popular-culture

New Books in Film
Burt Kearns, "Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy" (UP of Kentucky, 2022)

New Books in Film

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:45


In his latest book, Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy (The University of Kentucky Press, 2022) Burt Kearns explores the life of actor Lawrence Tierney (1919-2002) whose natural swagger and gruff disposition made him the perfect fit for the Hollywood "tough guy" archetype. Known for his erratic and oftentimes violent nature, Tierney drew upon his bellicose reputation throughout his career--a reputation that made him one of the most feared and mythologized characters in the industry. Born in Brooklyn to Irish American parents, Tierney worked in theatre in New York before moving to Hollywood in 1943 where he signed with RKO Radio Pictures. His biggest roles would come in Dillinger (1945), in which he played 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, and Robert Wise's film noir classic Born to Kill (1947). Despite his natural talents Tierney was trouble from the start, struggling with alcoholism and mental instability that emboldened him to start fights whenever and wherever he could. The continued bouts of alcohol-fueled rage, his subsequent stints in jail, and his continued attempts at rehabilitation curtailed his acting career.  Unable to find work throughout much of the 1960s, he did a stint in Europe before eventually returning to New York where he took odd jobs as a construction worker, bartender, and hansom cab driver. In the mid-1980s Tierney returned to acting. With a somewhat cooler head, he established himself again with recurring roles in shows such as Seinfeld and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would take on his final projects as a septuagenarian in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Armageddon (1998), where his on-set behavior would once again draw the ire of his colleagues and studio representatives. He would go down swinging just shy of his 83rd birthday, his tough-guy image solidly intact until the end. Kearns explores Tierney's storied life from his days as Dillinger, to his clash with Quentin Tarantino at the end of film career, and his final public appearances. The first official biography of the late personality, the book draws on the writings of Hollywood reporters and gossip columnists who first reported on Tierney's antics, and exclusive interviews with surviving colleagues, friends, family members--and victims. Through their words and his research, Kearns paints a portrait of Tierney's brutish behavior and the industry's reaction to the pugnacious star, drawing parallels--and the line--between the man and the characters that made him a Hollywood legend.  Rebekah Buchanan is a Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/film

New Books in Biography
Burt Kearns, "Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy" (UP of Kentucky, 2022)

New Books in Biography

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:45


In his latest book, Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy (The University of Kentucky Press, 2022) Burt Kearns explores the life of actor Lawrence Tierney (1919-2002) whose natural swagger and gruff disposition made him the perfect fit for the Hollywood "tough guy" archetype. Known for his erratic and oftentimes violent nature, Tierney drew upon his bellicose reputation throughout his career--a reputation that made him one of the most feared and mythologized characters in the industry. Born in Brooklyn to Irish American parents, Tierney worked in theatre in New York before moving to Hollywood in 1943 where he signed with RKO Radio Pictures. His biggest roles would come in Dillinger (1945), in which he played 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, and Robert Wise's film noir classic Born to Kill (1947). Despite his natural talents Tierney was trouble from the start, struggling with alcoholism and mental instability that emboldened him to start fights whenever and wherever he could. The continued bouts of alcohol-fueled rage, his subsequent stints in jail, and his continued attempts at rehabilitation curtailed his acting career.  Unable to find work throughout much of the 1960s, he did a stint in Europe before eventually returning to New York where he took odd jobs as a construction worker, bartender, and hansom cab driver. In the mid-1980s Tierney returned to acting. With a somewhat cooler head, he established himself again with recurring roles in shows such as Seinfeld and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would take on his final projects as a septuagenarian in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Armageddon (1998), where his on-set behavior would once again draw the ire of his colleagues and studio representatives. He would go down swinging just shy of his 83rd birthday, his tough-guy image solidly intact until the end. Kearns explores Tierney's storied life from his days as Dillinger, to his clash with Quentin Tarantino at the end of film career, and his final public appearances. The first official biography of the late personality, the book draws on the writings of Hollywood reporters and gossip columnists who first reported on Tierney's antics, and exclusive interviews with surviving colleagues, friends, family members--and victims. Through their words and his research, Kearns paints a portrait of Tierney's brutish behavior and the industry's reaction to the pugnacious star, drawing parallels--and the line--between the man and the characters that made him a Hollywood legend.  Rebekah Buchanan is a Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biography

New Books in American Studies
Burt Kearns, "Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy" (UP of Kentucky, 2022)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:45


In his latest book, Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy (The University of Kentucky Press, 2022) Burt Kearns explores the life of actor Lawrence Tierney (1919-2002) whose natural swagger and gruff disposition made him the perfect fit for the Hollywood "tough guy" archetype. Known for his erratic and oftentimes violent nature, Tierney drew upon his bellicose reputation throughout his career--a reputation that made him one of the most feared and mythologized characters in the industry. Born in Brooklyn to Irish American parents, Tierney worked in theatre in New York before moving to Hollywood in 1943 where he signed with RKO Radio Pictures. His biggest roles would come in Dillinger (1945), in which he played 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, and Robert Wise's film noir classic Born to Kill (1947). Despite his natural talents Tierney was trouble from the start, struggling with alcoholism and mental instability that emboldened him to start fights whenever and wherever he could. The continued bouts of alcohol-fueled rage, his subsequent stints in jail, and his continued attempts at rehabilitation curtailed his acting career.  Unable to find work throughout much of the 1960s, he did a stint in Europe before eventually returning to New York where he took odd jobs as a construction worker, bartender, and hansom cab driver. In the mid-1980s Tierney returned to acting. With a somewhat cooler head, he established himself again with recurring roles in shows such as Seinfeld and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would take on his final projects as a septuagenarian in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Armageddon (1998), where his on-set behavior would once again draw the ire of his colleagues and studio representatives. He would go down swinging just shy of his 83rd birthday, his tough-guy image solidly intact until the end. Kearns explores Tierney's storied life from his days as Dillinger, to his clash with Quentin Tarantino at the end of film career, and his final public appearances. The first official biography of the late personality, the book draws on the writings of Hollywood reporters and gossip columnists who first reported on Tierney's antics, and exclusive interviews with surviving colleagues, friends, family members--and victims. Through their words and his research, Kearns paints a portrait of Tierney's brutish behavior and the industry's reaction to the pugnacious star, drawing parallels--and the line--between the man and the characters that made him a Hollywood legend.  Rebekah Buchanan is a Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books Network
Burt Kearns, "Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy" (UP of Kentucky, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:45


In his latest book, Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy (The University of Kentucky Press, 2022) Burt Kearns explores the life of actor Lawrence Tierney (1919-2002) whose natural swagger and gruff disposition made him the perfect fit for the Hollywood "tough guy" archetype. Known for his erratic and oftentimes violent nature, Tierney drew upon his bellicose reputation throughout his career--a reputation that made him one of the most feared and mythologized characters in the industry. Born in Brooklyn to Irish American parents, Tierney worked in theatre in New York before moving to Hollywood in 1943 where he signed with RKO Radio Pictures. His biggest roles would come in Dillinger (1945), in which he played 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, and Robert Wise's film noir classic Born to Kill (1947). Despite his natural talents Tierney was trouble from the start, struggling with alcoholism and mental instability that emboldened him to start fights whenever and wherever he could. The continued bouts of alcohol-fueled rage, his subsequent stints in jail, and his continued attempts at rehabilitation curtailed his acting career.  Unable to find work throughout much of the 1960s, he did a stint in Europe before eventually returning to New York where he took odd jobs as a construction worker, bartender, and hansom cab driver. In the mid-1980s Tierney returned to acting. With a somewhat cooler head, he established himself again with recurring roles in shows such as Seinfeld and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would take on his final projects as a septuagenarian in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Armageddon (1998), where his on-set behavior would once again draw the ire of his colleagues and studio representatives. He would go down swinging just shy of his 83rd birthday, his tough-guy image solidly intact until the end. Kearns explores Tierney's storied life from his days as Dillinger, to his clash with Quentin Tarantino at the end of film career, and his final public appearances. The first official biography of the late personality, the book draws on the writings of Hollywood reporters and gossip columnists who first reported on Tierney's antics, and exclusive interviews with surviving colleagues, friends, family members--and victims. Through their words and his research, Kearns paints a portrait of Tierney's brutish behavior and the industry's reaction to the pugnacious star, drawing parallels--and the line--between the man and the characters that made him a Hollywood legend.  Rebekah Buchanan is a Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Dance
Burt Kearns, "Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy" (UP of Kentucky, 2022)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 47:45


In his latest book, Lawrence Tierney: Hollywood's Real-Life Tough Guy (The University of Kentucky Press, 2022) Burt Kearns explores the life of actor Lawrence Tierney (1919-2002) whose natural swagger and gruff disposition made him the perfect fit for the Hollywood "tough guy" archetype. Known for his erratic and oftentimes violent nature, Tierney drew upon his bellicose reputation throughout his career--a reputation that made him one of the most feared and mythologized characters in the industry. Born in Brooklyn to Irish American parents, Tierney worked in theatre in New York before moving to Hollywood in 1943 where he signed with RKO Radio Pictures. His biggest roles would come in Dillinger (1945), in which he played 1930s gangster and bank robber John Dillinger, and Robert Wise's film noir classic Born to Kill (1947). Despite his natural talents Tierney was trouble from the start, struggling with alcoholism and mental instability that emboldened him to start fights whenever and wherever he could. The continued bouts of alcohol-fueled rage, his subsequent stints in jail, and his continued attempts at rehabilitation curtailed his acting career.  Unable to find work throughout much of the 1960s, he did a stint in Europe before eventually returning to New York where he took odd jobs as a construction worker, bartender, and hansom cab driver. In the mid-1980s Tierney returned to acting. With a somewhat cooler head, he established himself again with recurring roles in shows such as Seinfeld and Star Trek: The Next Generation. He would take on his final projects as a septuagenarian in Reservoir Dogs (1992) and Armageddon (1998), where his on-set behavior would once again draw the ire of his colleagues and studio representatives. He would go down swinging just shy of his 83rd birthday, his tough-guy image solidly intact until the end. Kearns explores Tierney's storied life from his days as Dillinger, to his clash with Quentin Tarantino at the end of film career, and his final public appearances. The first official biography of the late personality, the book draws on the writings of Hollywood reporters and gossip columnists who first reported on Tierney's antics, and exclusive interviews with surviving colleagues, friends, family members--and victims. Through their words and his research, Kearns paints a portrait of Tierney's brutish behavior and the industry's reaction to the pugnacious star, drawing parallels--and the line--between the man and the characters that made him a Hollywood legend.  Rebekah Buchanan is a Professor of English and Director of English Education at Western Illinois University. Her research focuses on feminism, activism, and literacy practices in youth culture, specifically through zines and music. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

There Are Too Many Movies
174. War Sure Is Heck Fellas (All Quiet On The Western Front)

There Are Too Many Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 91:49


The bois discuss All Quiet On The Western Front, Reservoir Dogs, The Wonder, The Newsroom, Take Out, The Vanishing, Blow Out, and more!Join our Patreon for bonus episodes, Discord access, and more: https://www.patreon.com/therearetoomanymoviesMerch: https://www.toomanymovies.com/shopInstagram:https://www.instagram.com/therearetoomanymovies/TikTok:https://www.tiktok.com/@therearetoomanymoviesListen on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/show/7lwOlPvIGdlmr6XjnLIAkG?si=4e3d882515824466Subscribe on iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/there-are-too-many-movies/id1455789421Twitch:https://www.twitch.tv/therearetoomanymoviesTwitter:http://www.twitter.com/tatmmpod00:00 - Cold Open01:52 - Intro05:39 - Reservoir Dogs14:18 - The Wonder17:18 - Inside Man19:36 - Take Out23:26 - Blow Out25:20 - The Vanishing27:00 - Easy Rider29:33 - Super 833:43 - Barbarian36:00 - The Newsroom44:42 - All Quiet On The Western Front01:24:57 - Is It Cinema?01:28:38 - Guess The Budget01:29:58 - DMT (Dumb Movie Title)01:31:09 - Outro

The Pestle: In-depth Movie Talk, No Fluff | Film Review | Spoilers

We hole up with Tarantino’s “Reservoir Dogs” and discuss: Cinematography, camerawork, off-screen violence; Story & Writing, “single location” filmmaking, skipping the robbery; Low-budget filmmaking tips on finding locations; and other such stuff and things and stuff. “You’ve gotta stand being bad if you want to be a writer, because if you don’t, you’re never going […] The post Ep 215: “Reservoir Dogs” appeared first on The Pestle.

Hollywood Hogwash - Film/TV Review Show
Reservoir Dogs is a Masterpiece

Hollywood Hogwash - Film/TV Review Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 97:10


This week, we review Quentin Tarantino's directorial debut Reservoir Dogs! We also talk about the latest news and rumors in Hollywood! Please subscribe and leave a 5-Star Review! Subscribe to our YouTube channel! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook! @HollywoodHogPod Reservoir Dogs - 34:47 (ads dynamically inserted will make this off by a minute or two) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Best Thing We Watched This Week
She Said Somebody Interviewed a Vampire in 1899 with Maverick in Reservoir Dogs with The Menu

The Best Thing We Watched This Week

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 113:31


Chapters: 00:00:00 Intro 00:03:24 Ruben's Movie Quote Quiz 00:07:16 Chris asks a question 00:09:59 Top Gun: Maverick 4K 00:16:31 The Menu 00:23:33 Reservoir Dogs Limited Edition 4K Steel Book 00:27:13 She Said 00:37:26 Somebody 00:45:03 1899 00:51:54 1899 (Spoilers) 00:59:44 Anne Rice's Interview with a Vampire 01:06:52 Dark City Movie Review Starts Here --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/best-thing-we-watched/support

Movie Madness
Episode 339: The Return Of The Blu-Rays

Movie Madness

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 104:56


Sergio Mims and Erik Childress discussed DVDs and Blu-rays for two decades on the radio and on this podcast. To honor his recent untimely passing, we wanted to continue this tradition and shine a light on the world of physical media that he was so passionate in preserving. For that, Erik is joined by Peter Sobczynski of RogerEbert.com to once again bring you all the latest and greatest for your home collection and holiday shopping needs. They talk a number of new 4K releases including an early film from Robert Zemeckis with possibly the greatest commentary track ever, Quentin Tarantino's debut, late Don Siegel, Elvis' return from the Army, one of the greatest films ever made and a foursome from Warner Bros. modern Christmas archive. There is also a colorful alien musical, new films from George Miller, Ti West and Claire Denis and the inspiration for a film that teamed Keanu Reeves and Ana De Armas 0:00 - Intro 3:05 - Shout Factory (Used Cars) 7:50 - Lionsgate (Reservoir Dogs, Pearl, Earth Girls Are Easy (Vestron Collector's Series)) 30:22 - Paramount (Blue Hawaii) 37:31 - Grindhouse (Death Game) 45:42 - Kino (Escape From Alcatraz (4K), Valachi papers) 59:11 - IFC (Both Sides of the Blade) 1:04:31 - WB (Three Thousand Years of Longing) 1:11:44 - WB 4K (Casablanca, Elf, The Polar Express, A Christmas Story, Christmas Vacation) 1:38:54 – New Blu-ray Announcements

Invade the Decade
ITD #307: October 1992 | Can't Camp ft. Joe Marrese

Invade the Decade

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 84:01


This week they invade October 1992 with Joe Marrese and run down Home Improvement, Reservoir Dogs, and unexpected outhouses. Join the invasion! Patreon | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter MERCH: https://silkshopstores.com/invadethedecademerch/shop/home  Miller & Son BBQ Sauce: https://www.millsauceco.com/ PURE YogaTV: https://pureyogatv.com/ Music Credits: "Fife and Drum" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/legalcode  "Exhilarate" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode  "Glitter Blast" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/legalcode 

New Release
Aladdin (1992)

New Release

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 75:30


This week on New Release … Disney babies Ashley, Drew, and special call-in guest Jamie discuss an animated film for the first time ever on the podcast. What? How is that possible? Right from the jump, Aladdin is magical musical adventure ride we wouldn't dare get off. Robin Williams slays as Genie. The vibrant desert setting is intoxicating. The romance is borderline PG-steamy. And Jafar can suck sand. If you grew up anywhere near the 90s, you'll have a blast reliving the childhood wonder of this Disney classic. About time we revisit one of the movies we actually watched a million times as kids. What other movie podcast can hop from Reservoir Dogs to Aladdin in a two-week span? None! Search ‘New Release' on Spotify or Apple to subscribe. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit newrelease.substack.com

Beat of the Month
86: Take a Bite Out of 'Crime'

Beat of the Month

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 101:47


Thanksgiving is approaching and the Beat of the Month crew decided that we would have a special episode devoted to a topic that I'm sure is on everyone's mind during the holidays - Crime. Yes that's right - this episode focuses on Crime Games! We talk a bit about Grand Theft Auto 3 and our experience with that iconic title as well as the bizarre online world that exists in some mods of GTA5. We also talk about some crime games we played this month including 2 games from the Yakuza series, Reservoir Dogs, and Neon White. We even divulge some of the real life crimes we've partaken in as well. As usual, we've got some crime themed trivia to round things out - so please join us!

AVForums Podcast
Hisense + TCL TV reviews, TV settings for the World Cup, SVS 3000 Micro Sub + Triangle BR03 BT speaker + Wakanda Forever reviews + Wolf of Wall Street, Nope, Reservoir Dogs and Top Gun: Maverick 4K Blu-ray reviews + more

AVForums Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 126:10


Hisense + TCL TV reviews, TV settings for the World Cup, SVS 3000 Micro Sub + Triangle BR03 BT speaker + Wakanda Forever reviews + Wolf of Wall Street, Nope, Reservoir Dogs and Top Gun: Maverick 4K Blu-ray reviews + more

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
479: The More You Know

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 62:13


In this episode of The More You Know, we imagine what it would be like if we were casting directors with a time machine as we discuss which movies and shows we'd recast if we could. Plus we recap the most recent episode of The Great British Baking Show and hold an impromptu snake draft of our favorite pastries. MENTIONSWe want your kind but specific thoughts and opinions about the show: knoxandjamie.com/surveyWhat's the word // Upcoming: While You Were Sleeping Cinema Sidepiece on Patreon | Birmingham's best dinner: Helen | Slappy vs. Peewee HermanHow do we feel? // The Witcher recast (fact check: The Witcher watchers. See also: statements from Henry Cavill and Liam Hemsworth, petition) | The Voice current judges | Recasts: Shailene Woodley on the OC, Aunt Viv on Fresh Prince, Becky Conner on Roseanne and The Conners, Darrin on Bewitched, the first Dr. Who | aside: Matthew Perry's memoir | Sliding doors casting: Jon Favreau was almost Chandler on Friends (see also: Jason Bateman, Tyler Perry, Miles Teller) | Vince Vaughntions: Paris in Troy, Mr. Pink in Reservoir Dogs, Scientist in Jaws | Adam Driver: Flip from Wedding Crashers | Cameron Diaz's character from Gangs of New York could have been any of these actressesElection Day // Question: What's one thing in pop culture you would impeach and one thing you'd elect? Saucy Puds // Great British Baking Show (Netflix) | Snake Draft ‘Splain | Waiting To Exhale soundtrack | Taste Atlas: pastry examples | Indi's favorite cinnamon roll recipe | croquembouche | Uniced Poptarts?!Red light mentions: Mariah Carey and Millie Bobby Brown's friendship BONUS SEGMENTOur Patreon supporters can get full access to this week's The More You Know news segment. Become a partner. You can get a fresh episode like this every week on Patreon. GREEN LIGHTSJamie: movie- Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (Roku)Knox: book- The Plot by Jean Hanff KorelitzSHOW SPONSORSPair Eyewear: Get 20% off at paireyewear.com.Olive & June: Get 20% off your first mani system at oliveandjune.com/popcastStoryworth: Save $10 on your first purchase at StoryWorth.com/popHoney: Start saving money for free at joinhoney.com/popcastSubscribe to Episodes: iTunes | Android Subscribe to our Monthly Newsletter: knoxandjamie.com/newsletterShop our Amazon Link: amazon.com/shop/thepopcast | this week's featured item Follow Us: Instagram | Twitter | FacebookSupport Us: Monthly Donation | One-Time Donation | SwagSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

New Release
Reservoir Dogs (1992)

New Release

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 61:06


This week on New Release … scumbags Ashley and Drew finally get down on some classic Tarantino pulpy-puppy goodness. Reservoir Dogs is a heist movie minus the heist that focuses more on colorful characters and whiz-bang smack talk than action. The story unfolds through flashbacks intercut with the aftermath of a robbery gone south. The music, the pop culture speeches, the buckets of blood … all of Tarantino's signature moves are on display here despite the smaller scale. Where does RD rank in an epic 9-film career that has spanned most of our lives as budding film lovers? Tune in to see which Tt we BOTH picked for #1 and even find out who won the 1992 Presidential Election! It's a historic week on New Release and you can ride along by searching ‘New Release' on Spotify or Apple to subscribe. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit newrelease.substack.com

Vintage Sand
Vintage Sand Episode 41: Gala Premieres--Our Favorite First Films by Great Directors

Vintage Sand

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 103:48


Team Vintage Sand returns to the airwaves with our October episode, a neat bookend to Episode 31 wherein we explored our favorite final films by great directors. Here we present Episode 41--Gala Premieres: Our Favorite First Films by Great Directors. To begin, we decided to establish some parameters to spare you, our tenacious audience, any pointless discussion.. The first is that we tried to avoid directors about whom we have already discoursed at great length in these pages. The second, what we termed the Julie Dash Rule, is that we would only focus on first films by directors who went on to long and predominantly successful careers in feature films. That's why you won't find movies like "Boys Don't Cry"(Kim Pierce), "One False Move" (Carl Franklin), "Beasts of the Southern Wild" (Benh Zeitlin) or one-hit-wonders like Laughton's "Night of the Hunter" or Loden's "Wanda" here. Plus, we already did a full episode on one-hit wonders—that would be Episode 10. (The fact that the brilliant Dash has only been able to make one film in three decades is a mystery to be explored in another episode or two—utterly inexplicable). Our last rule is the Rosebud Rule; we tried to exclude any first films that were too obvious to spend time on. That would include "Citizen Kane", "The Maltese Falcon", "The 400 Blows", "Breathless", "Badlands", "Boyz ‘n' the Hood", "Reservoir Dogs" and similar fare all the way through "Get Out". So join us as we bring back those wonderful moments where you wandered into a film by a new director and left the theater realizing that you had just witnessed the birth of a new voice to be reckoned with.

DarkBrue Podcast
You Shoot Me In A Dream, You Better Wake Up And Apologize -- DarkBrue Podcast S1E35

DarkBrue Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 66:59


The title says it all, this week Brue watches the very well known film "Reservoir Dogs" and gives his thoughts on the film. Beyond that the guys talk about the gaming industry and where its heading (as well as some things they want to see) and plenty of ESO conversation this week. Let your ears enjoy this wonderful episode! Check us out and tell a friend if you enjoy the show, cheers! Where to find us? YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6iAUxxkFzZyuCCatwiWuTQ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/DarkBruePod Gamertags: Darksyde00 & TheBrueCru Dynasty of Tamriel discord: https://discord.gg/dynastyoftamriel Brue's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/bruecru Dark's Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/darksyde_00

My Celluloid Heart Podcast
Reservoir Dogs (1992)

My Celluloid Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 70:10


    On this episode Phillip and his cousin Chip dive into the 1992 Quentin Tarantino independent film Reservoir Dogs. They start the show by talking about their special announcement...Of a new podcast that they will be starting on January 20th, 2023 called Making Tarantino: The Podcast. The new podcast will be the two of them going through a list of movies Quentin Tarantino has recommended. They are excited to be starting the new podcast. This podcast will be ending, but will continue through Youtube if necessary. They also announce that a friend of the show has released his short film onYoutube called Whispers. Link here: https://youtu.be/SnCpyaO2r6w  It's then time to start talking about Reservoir Dogs. They give the general information about the movie. Then it's time for Listener Opinions where they read opinions from Instagram. The two of them then dive deep into the movie with some facts sprinkled in. It's a fun episode and a good conversation. They then rate the movie with their Celluloid Heart rating. Phil then gives his Phil's Film Favorite of the Week; Barbarian (2022). Thanks for listening. Come back on November 11th for, Pulp Fiction (1994)    

My Celluloid Heart Podcast
Reservoir Dogs (1992)

My Celluloid Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 70:10


    On this episode Phillip and his cousin Chip dive into the 1992 Quentin Tarantino independent film Reservoir Dogs. They start the show by talking about their special announcement...Of a new podcast that they will be starting on January 20th, 2023 called Making Tarantino: The Podcast. The new podcast will be the two of them going through a list of movies Quentin Tarantino has recommended. They are excited to be starting the new podcast. This podcast will be ending, but will continue through Youtube if necessary. They also announce that a friend of the show has released his short film onYoutube called Whispers. Link here: https://youtu.be/SnCpyaO2r6w  It's then time to start talking about Reservoir Dogs. They give the general information about the movie. Then it's time for Listener Opinions where they read opinions from Instagram. The two of them then dive deep into the movie with some facts sprinkled in. It's a fun episode and a good conversation. They then rate the movie with their Celluloid Heart rating. Phil then gives his Phil's Film Favorite of the Week; Barbarian (2022). Thanks for listening. Come back on November 11th for, Pulp Fiction (1994)    

Quotomania
QUOTOMANIA 335: Quentin Tarantino

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 1:37


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Quentin Tarantino, in full Quentin Jerome Tarantino, (born March 27, 1963, Knoxville, Tennessee, U.S.), is an American director and screenwriter whose films are noted for their stylized violence, razor-sharp dialogue, and fascination with film and pop culture.Tarantino worked in a video store in California before selling two screenplays that became True Romance (1993) and Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers (1994). In 1992 he made his directing debut with Reservoir Dogs, a violent film about a failed jewelry store robbery. Two years later he established himself as a leading director with Pulp Fiction. The provocative film, which featured intersecting crime stories, won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival, and Tarantino later received (with Roger Avary) an Academy Award for best original screenplay. For Jackie Brown (1997), he adapted an Elmore Leonard novel about a flight attendant entangled in criminal activities.Tarantino worked in a video store in California before selling two screenplays that became True Romance (1993) and Oliver Stone's Natural Born Killers (1994). In 1992 he made his directing debut with Reservoir Dogs, a violent film about a failed jewelry store robbery. Two years later he established himself as a leading director with Pulp Fiction. The provocative film, which featured intersecting crime stories, won the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival, and Tarantino later received (with Roger Avary) an Academy Award for best original screenplay. For Jackie Brown (1997), he adapted an Elmore Leonard novel about a flight attendant entangled in criminal activities. In addition to writing and directing, Tarantino also worked as an actor and producer. From https://www.britannica.com/biography/Quentin-Tarantino.  For more information about Quentin Tarantino: “Quentin Tarantino”: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/magazine/3712013.stm “In Conversation: Quentin Tarantino”: https://www.vulture.com/2015/08/quentin-tarantino-lane-brown-in-conversation.html “Quentin Tarantino: from the screen to the page”: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/quentin-tarantino-from-the-screen-to-the-page/

My Celluloid Heart Podcast
The Quentin Tarantino Effect: References and Influences

My Celluloid Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 80:01


    On this episode, Phillip is by himself and reintroduces a rerun of an episode from 2019. He put a lot of work into the research and writing the script for this episode. The point of this episode was what Quentin Tarantino means to Phillip, and the rabbit holes he went down from the references and influences in Tarantino movies. It's a great episode. Come back next week for; Quentin Tarantino Pt. 1: Reservoir Dogs (1992). (Phillip and Chip will be going through the Tarantino movies that they haven't done yet, starting with Reservoir Dogs and ending with Django Unchained.)

My Celluloid Heart Podcast
The Quentin Tarantino Effect: References and Influences

My Celluloid Heart Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 80:01


    On this episode, Phillip is by himself and reintroduces a rerun of an episode from 2019. He put a lot of work into the research and writing the script for this episode. The point of this episode was what Quentin Tarantino means to Phillip, and the rabbit holes he went down from the references and influences in Tarantino movies. It's a great episode. Come back next week for; Quentin Tarantino Pt. 1: Reservoir Dogs (1992). (Phillip and Chip will be going through the Tarantino movies that they haven't done yet, starting with Reservoir Dogs and ending with Django Unchained.)

Everyone is a Critic Movie Review Podcast
Terrifier 2 and The Cinematic Shrug

Everyone is a Critic Movie Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 77:32


New Movies: Black Adam - Nearly 5,000 years after he was bestowed with the almighty powers of the Egyptian gods-and imprisoned just as quickly-Black Adam is freed from his earthly tomb, ready to unleash his unique form of justice on the modern world. Terrifier 2 - After being resurrected by a sinister entity, Art the Clown returns to the timid town of Miles County where he targets a teenage girl and her younger brother on Halloween night.Undisputed Classic Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein - The Wolf Man tries to warn a dimwitted porter that Dracula wants his brain for Frankenstein monster's body. 1992 - Dr. Giggles, Frozen Assets, Pure Country, Reservoir Dogs, Zebrahead Next Week - Prey For the Devil, TAR, TillClassic -1992 - My New Gun, There Goes the Neighborhood Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/criticspod Teepublic: https://www.teepublic.com/user/criticspod?utm_source=designer&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=reAEYmh6vUY YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnFNiCSoEAfk7Y3C8sfoTRw/videos

Sidebar Forever
Playback: Reservoir Dogs (30th Anniversary) | SIDEBAR FOREVER

Sidebar Forever

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 60:36


Are you gonna bark all day long, little doggie, or are you gonna bite? Consider your answer after listening to our playback review of Quentin Tarantino's 1992 indie crime film, Reservoir Dogs. We cover how this movie got made, its amazing cast and script, and how it established Tarantino as a new kind of Hollywood director. Speaking of biting, we also weigh in on some of the crime thrillers that inspired Reservoir Dogs like The Taking of Pelham One Two Three (1974) and City on Fire (1987).