Episode 63 – Lost Highway

We like to remember this often overlooked, somewhat overshadowed, and most probably problematically cast 1997 David Lynch surrealist romp our own ways, and we brought Dan, who we've met before on our Almost Famous episode back to discuss. Dan also has a blog we highly recommend: The Danman Can Blog

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Episode 61- That Obscure Object Of Desire
That obscure object of desire film review

Episode 61- That Obscure Object Of Desire

we are joined by Sara Netzley to rate and review Luis Bunuel's 1977 surrealist treatise on obsession, desire, and...love?

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Episode 60 – The Long Kiss Goodnight
MTN podcast - The Long Kiss Goodnight

Episode 60 – The Long Kiss Goodnight

We are joined by Sara Netley, and Jo to discuss Sara's pet film, the 1996 Geena Davis starring, Shane Black scripted, Samuel L. Jackson co-starring, Brian Cox'd cameo'd, uzi laden blockbuster (of Sara's heart). Join us as our reviews are nearly as varied and confounding as the film's villains. Connect…

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Episode 59 – Audition
Audition - 1999 movie review podcast

Episode 59 – Audition

This Episode we are joined by Sara Netzley to discuss Takashi Miike's 1999 film Ōdishon (Audition). We unanimously agree that this film is best experienced devoid of expectations and foreknowledge, so please, go see it before you hear us discuss it, and we all agree, you SHOULD go see it!…

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Episode 58- Dune vs. Dune

Two films one book, or is it? This week we contrast Dune 1984 with Dune 2021. Frank Hebert's complex novel continues to attract top shelf talent, and disparate visions, does either succeed? David Lynch has all but disowned his effort, while Denis Villeneuve has already spent more time telling half…

Episode 57- Professor Marston and the Wonder Women

This week week's film will DOMINATE most others in its ability to INDUCE thoughtful discussion of the alternative lifestyles of Professor William Marston, his wife Elizabeth, and their partner and ingénue Olive, who became the primary inspiration for Marston's creation of Wonder Woman. We SUBMIT to you this film is…

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Episode 56 – Goodfellas vs. Boogie Nights

This week, we lined up two great Hollywood films for your listening pleasure, 1990's, “Goodfellas” and 1997's, “Boogie Nights.”  Tonight, we are joined again by Steve from both the Not Just Another Geek and Not Just Another Disney podcasts. Both films explore the concepts of family, loyalty, and hubris. But…

Episode 53 – Dead Alive/Braindead
Dead Alive (Braindead) 1993 review podcast

Episode 53 – Dead Alive/Braindead

We are re-joined by Jo to discuss Peter Jackson’s 1992 (1993 in the U.S.) tour-de-force gore-fest, Dead Alive.  This movie is hard to find (unless you shop on eBay, are willing to take it from YouTube, or you’re a pirate), but it is available if you do the work.  If…

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Episode 50 – The Sting
The Sting movie review podcast

Episode 50 – The Sting

This episode we also ask: “Two for Paul Newman?”  Don’t worry, we’ll explain.  It’s been a long time between episodes.  Our apologies for seeming like we were on hiatus. For Episode 50, we chose the granddaddy of con man films, George Roy Hill’s, The Sting.  Lead by Paul Newman, Robert…

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Episode 43 – Predator
MTN podcast - Predator (1987)

Episode 43 – Predator

Predator was released on June 12, 1987, and Roy has been in love with this film since day one of its release.  Is this another occurrence of what Sean calls being mugged by nostalgia?  We unpack this and other discussions and disagreements over the quality of this sci-fi action masterpiece.…

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