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Best Depalma podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Depalma podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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With a wealth of musicals, westerns, sci-fi films, epics, comedies, character dramas and samurai movies, the 1950s was an exciting time for cinema. Here at Easy Riders Raging Podcast we're looking back at all the classics of the decade, discussing the films of Hitchcock, Wilder, Kurosawa, Kubrick and more. Aside from our discussions, each episode includes some of our trademark features such as Recastarama (where we recast the film using current actors) and Who Am I (where we work out who we ...
 
Cinemondo is an insider movie review podcast hosted by three movie fiends, Kathy, Mark and Burk, who work in the entertainment industry in Hollywood. We review movies, interview film industry pros, discuss movie posters and trailers and report entertainment news. Visit us at CinemondoPodcast.com
 
Dan Scully and Garrett Smith are two Philadelphia-based comedians that love movies. Especially those movies that manage to tell stories that take complete advantage of the medium of film. We're talking movie movies. They're sick of hearing the internet complain about everything, and they're pretty sure you are too. So Dan and Garrett set out to find something to love about every movie they talk about. This is I Like To Movie Movie.
 
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The Cinemondo gang discuss one of their favorite filmmakers: Brian DePalma. We take a close look at some of his classics like OBSESSION, DRESSED TO KILL, BLOW OUT and BODY DOUBLE and the ups and downs of his impressive career crafting sometimes impossibly complex films that almost demand multiple viewings. He gathers A-List actors like Michael Cain…
 
In this episode Kieran, Paul and I are back discussing Warner Bros. cartoons, and today it's a Marvin the Martian double-bill as we discuss 'The Hasty Hare' (which features our Bugs Bunny) and 'Duck Dodgers in the 24½th Century' (which has Daffy Duck as the lead). Oh, and you can also hear quite a bit of conversation about the works of Ardman Anima…
 
WHAT'S THAT FILM?! Ever had a vague memory of a film from your past that you just can't place? This is the debut episode of our special new podcast where Kathy, Mark and Burk investigate a cold case from special guest, Los Angeles artist and Kathy's husband, Chad Robertson. You may remember Chad from Episode 35 where we dissected Netflix's horror f…
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk get all mixed up and confused by Denis Villeneuve’s doppelgänger drama ENEMY starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Jake Gyllenhaal. What would you do if you discovered that you have an identical duplicate? Would you assume that it’s your twin or that some odd supernatural force had split you into two completely separate replicas of your…
 
The Cinemondo gang with special Guest Lisa Fancher discusses Jaques Demy’s 1969 MODEL SHOP, starring Gary Lockwood. It is slice of life that still rings true all these years later and takes us on a trip down the streets and boulevards and avenues of Los Angeles, California. The city that stars in so many films, but which films about this city get i…
 
It’s Mystery Date time! Without dropping too many spoilers, each member of the Cinemondo gang brings up a film the other 2 may not know about. It’s a mystery! This time we look into some impressive early special effects makeup work from Oscar winner Rick Baker (in a film that might not be very special itself), THE INCREDIBLE MELTING MAN; a document…
 
Dan and Garrett are joined by Atsushi Sakahra and Pearl Chan to discuss their new documentary ME AND THE CULT LEADER. Sakahara survived the 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subways, perpetrated by a cult that now goes by the name Aleph. His film is about his journey across Japan with a man named Araki, currently an executive member of Aleph, as h…
 
Mark Miller, host of the IAP, and Todd Waites, Head of Business Development at TPG, chat with Sha Yao, the entrepreneur behind the assistive tableware products, EatWell. Sha’s inspiration came from her grandmother, who had Alzheimer’s, and the trouble she encountered when trying to feed herself. Sha, Mark, and Todd all discuss her background as an …
 
Kathy Mark and Burk take a trip to the wild, sketchy side of town with Paul Hackett and Jeff Lebowski…. the persecuted heroes of Martin Scorsese's AFTER HOURS and Coen Brothers' THE BIG LEBOWSKI respectively. Two movies about characters who find themselves descending deeper and deeper into weirdness and suffering as they struggle to survive and fin…
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk welcome prolific actor, musician, songwriter and voice-over artist John Bishop to the podcast. John’s experience in film and television is legendary, and he’s got those fantastic Hollywood stories and tons of great advice. John’s been a part of countless film and television projects from GRIZZLY ADAMS (when he was 8 years old),…
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk talk about coffee and the philosophy and engineering behind a good cup… and then we take a close look at a new film from Korean filmmaker Heo Jong-ho. The film is called MONSTRUM and it’s set in the 1500s during the reign of King Jungjong, but don’t let that turn you away… It’s a classic monster movie - as you may have guessed …
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk celebrate the spectacular all-star, all-singing, all-dancing 100th episode of the Cinemondo Podcast by talking about a hundred movies!! Almost. We take on a collection of top 10 lists of Hollywood films organized into categories and we go through them one by one and discuss whether or not we agree… and why. The classics are all…
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk take a close look at a low-budget film that takes us from the inner mind to the Paradox Theater. THE VAST OF NIGHT is a new film with an old vibe, and it proves that you don’t need a huge budget to tell an ambitious period story. This film is set in the late 50s and deals with the kinds of science fiction scares that were givin…
 
The Cinemondo gang takes another trip to Paris to check out Louis Malle’s 1958 jazzy crime drama ELEVATOR TO THE GALLOWS. This one has everything you want in a noir film from the beautiful femme fatale Jeanne Moreau to the classic bad choices that lead to devastating mayhem, unexpected plot twists that take the story down tangents you never saw com…
 
Garrett and Dan adjust their patented Best of the Year Thus Far episode for the madness that is 2020. The boys discuss their Top 5 movies of the year thus far and then stretch the premise to their Top 5 "new to me" movies of the year thus far. Visit Rough Cut Shirts to support the Minnesota Freedom Fund and other bail efforts. twitter | Facebook | …
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk do a deep dive into GOOD TIME, the 2017 film from Josh and Benny Safdie starring Robert Pattinson. It’s a great throwback to the gritty crime films of the 70s, and reminds us a bit of early Scorsese. Robert Pattinson keeps surprising us with the range he’s been showing in his post-TWILIGHT films. It’s almost making us want to g…
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk dig into some more lockdown suggestions in the form of television. Does SUPERNATURAL deserve all that devotion? Is OZARK really all that? Or are you going to trust your friend at work who insists that GAME OF THRONES is boring because it’s all about goblins and witches and cute little gnomes, or are you going to listen to your …
 
Kathy, Mark and Burk talk about a few films you might have missed, and what the concept of “escapism” means in a time of quarantine. We’re recommending some slightly under the radar films like one Kathy recommends called THE ROOM, but not the THE ROOM you think! Mark tells us about a fascinating film called FREAKS that seems to have some relevance …
 
We have talked about Mike Flanagan’s films (Haunting of Hill House, Doctor Sleep, Gerald's Game, Oculus) a lot over the years, so when he puts out a list of movies he’s been watching during the lockdown, we take notice.. and we totally steal it and do a whole episode about it. We go down the list and discuss our own opinions about these films, and …
 
The Cinemondo gang welcomes special guest, writer, director, producer Charles Hood. Charles talks with us about his film A NASTY PIECE OF WORK, a twisted and hilariously dark episode of Hulu’s INTO THE DARK. We also talk about his dark comedy, NIGHT OWLS, starring Adam Pally and Rosa Salazar. We get into the various inspirations and ideas that spar…
 
TV TIME Champions (Netflix) Devs (FX/Hulu) Brew Bros (Netflix) Flicks we picked: Butt Boy (Digital) 3 Films from Lynn Shelton: Sword of Trust (Showtime/Rental), Laggies (Netflix) & Outside In (Netflix) Bloodshot (Digital) John Cassvettes double feature: The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (HBO GO) & A Woman Under The Influence (HBO GO) It comes at Nigh…
 
We take a close look at a strange, and very disturbing film, VIVARIUM, directed by Lorcan Finnegan, which looks like a sci-fi movie but comes across more as a horror film… but one with a bizarre twist. The monster isn’t what you might expect. We go into the Spoiler Zone here so make sure you watch the film before listening. And it’s the kind of fil…
 
Garrett and Dan welcome Cinema76.com's Ryan Silberstein back to the show to discuss Joseph Sargent's classic thriller, THE TAKING OF PELHAM ONE TWO THREE. The gang discuss the script, tone, and editing of the movie before diving into a list of their favorite "process movies." Check out Ryan's podcasts Shame Files Podcast, I Saw It In A Movie, and F…
 
The host, Mark Miller, talks with Karen McCall, who currently works for Open Access Technologies, a company that helps make documents accessible. Their discussion emphasizes the very real dangers of an inaccessible internet and covers the multitude of ways Karen (who is legally blind) has been impacted by COVID-19.…
 
The Cinemondo gang discusses Joe Berlinger and Bruce Sinofsky's HBO true crime documentaries PARADISE LOST 1, 2 and 3. Kathy and Burk, along with their friends Grove Pashley and Lisa Fancher, became part of these films and helped start a worldwide movement that was instrumental in freeing Damien Echols, Jason Baldwin and Jessie Misskelley from pris…
 
Thoughts & Trailers Extraction TV TIME Nailed it s4 (Netflix) Future man s3 (Hulu) The Big Show Show (Netflix) Black Summer (Netflix) Flicks we picked: Operation Odessa (Netflix) Haywire (Netflix) Solaris (STARZ) Beverly Hills Cop 2 (Digital Rental) Coffee and kareem (Netflix) The Core (Netflix) De Palma (Netflix) Raising Cain (Netflix) Snake Eyes …
 
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