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Best Friedkin podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Friedkin podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The Projection Booth has been recognized as a premier film podcast by The Washington Post, The A.V. Club, IndieWire, Entertainment Weekly, and Filmmaker Magazine. With over 400 episodes to date and an ever-growing fan base, The Projection Booth regularly attracts special guest talent eager to discuss their past gems, including Elliott Gould, John Waters, Ed Harris, Luke Wilson, Chris Elliott, Ellen Burstyn, Bruce Dern, Nicholas Meyer, William Friedkin, Julie Taymor, Joe Dante, and more. The ...
 
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 ...
 
Dreams for Sale focuses on the revival of Rod Serling's The Twilight Zone in the mid-'80s. This anthology show brought together a host of diverse talent including Harlan Ellison, Wes Craven, William Friedkin, Rockne S. O'Bannon, and more. Episodes are hosted by Chris Stachiw (Kulture Shocked), Mike White (The Projection Booth), and Father Malone. Dreams for Sale theme song courtesy of Roxi Drive and Neutron Dreams - learn more at https://soundcloud.com/roxidrive and https://soundcloud.com/us ...
 
Hello, everyone. My name is Tony Farinella and I have been writing on the Internet for over ten years. My interviews and reviews can be found on 411mania.com and on the most popular movie themed podcast on the Internet, Movie Geeks United! I love talking movies, TV shows, sports, music, entertainment, you name it. I've interviewed Josh Lucas, Sean Salisbury, Sylvester Stallone, Dane Cook, Director William Friedkin, Eli Roth, and over 300 more people from movies, music, adult entertainment, s ...
 
A podcast about the history of individuals that offended society and in the process changed it, each week we examine one figure each week who truly offended, some for the positive and some for the negative, and how history sees them today. Risetooffend.com Email us at risetooffend@gmail.com facebook.com/risetooffend twitter @risetooffend
 
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Mark and David discuss the 1977 masterpiece Sorcerer. Directed by William Friedkin, this grimy and brilliant film focuses on four dirtbags driving though a jungle to stop an oil fire. It's a most excellent adventure, and we loved discussing its troubled production, practical effects and authenticity. Enjoy! Please make sure to rate, review, subscri…
 
On this special episode of The Projection Booth, Mike talks with author/screenwriter Scott Smith about his latest film, The Burnt Orange Heresy -- an adaptation of Charles Willeford's wonderful book about a sociopathic art critic. Mr. Smith also discusses his earlier work from A Simple Plan to The Ruins to Siberia.…
 
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…
 
We are looking at the 1984 film from writer/director Michael Crichton, Runaway. It’s the tale of Jack Ramsay (Tom Selleck) a member of the Runaway unit who takes care of errant robots. He’s a single dad with a son and a robot at home and a new partner on his team, Karen Thompson (Cynthia Rhodes). He’s put on a case which leads him to the dastardly …
 
Mark and Hakim discuss the 2015 classic Mad Max: Fury Road. Directed by George Miller, and starring Charlize Theron and Tom Hardy, this Academy-Award winning film is rightfully considered to be one of the greatest action films ever made, and the behind-the-scenes stories are just as epic. In this episode, they discuss car chases, practical effects …
 
This week we move away from the early 80s JAWS copycats to the late 80s "Deep Sea Monster" wave of movies with the Peter Weller, Ernie Hudson, Meg Foster starring film, "LEVIATHAN" from 1989. This movie was a critical and commercial disaster upon it's release, but the SHV crew have come to defend the honor of this Aliens meets The Thing mashup at t…
 
Mark and Norbert discuss the waterlogged final brawl in the 1989 creature feature Leviathan. The final fight focuses on Steven Beck (Peter Weller), Elizabeth "Willie" Williams (Amanda Pays) and Justine Jones (Ernie Hudson) battling a mutating creature (created by Stan Winston) AND sharks as they are waiting to be rescued. It's a weird fight that fe…
 
On this special episode of The Projection Booth we’re looking at the 1985 film from director Mark L. Lester, Commando. The film stars Arnold Schwarzenegger at PEAK Schwarzenegger. The film really defines 80s action movies -- hyper violence, a killer soundtrack, and corny one-liners. The only things missing are gay panic and a good dose of misogyny.…
 
We conclude Cinema Novo month with a look at Glauber Rocha’s The Lion has Seven Heads, though, this movie seems to be post-Cinema Novo and wasn’t even made in Brazil. Instead, this film was made after Rocha was exiled from Brazil and shot in Brazzaville in the Democratic Republic of Congo along with help from French and Italian producers. Chris Sta…
 
Some films about fish f**king win oscars....THIS AIN'T ONE OF THOSE. In what may be the sleaziest movie we've covered yet on Seeking Human Victims (and that covers some ground) , join us for another visit to Roger Corman's New World Pictures for the controversial, female director lead (who wanted her name removed from the credits) film "Humanoids F…
 
Mark and Niall discuss the 1985 classic Back to the Future. Directed by Robert Zemeckis, and produced by Steven Spielberg, Back to the Future tells the story of a kid named Marty (Michael J. Fox) traveling from 1985 to 1955, and then trying to get back to the future (it makes sense). In this episode, they discuss time travel, creepy dads and butthe…
 
On this special episode we're discussing Better Off Dead (1985) from writer/director Savage Steve Holland. The film stars John Cusack as Lane Myer, a high school student obsessed with his girlfriend, Beth. When Beth breaks up with him -- throwing Lane over for Roy Stalin, a jock douchebag who can ski the most dangerous mountain around -- Lane attem…
 
Mark is joined by Amber and Rob (of the Will There Be Cake? podcast) to discuss the perfectly violent final fight In Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. The controversial final fight between the actors and the hippies features head smashes, dog bites, lots of screaming, and an acid dipped cigarette. Enjoy!…
 
Cinema Novo month continues with a look at Joaquim Pedro de Andrade’s Macumaia. Based on the 1928 Modernist novel of the same name by Mário de Andrade (no relation). Some see the Cinema Novo movement ending around 1967 while others say that it simply entered another phase. Regardless, Macunaima is unlike any other movie we’ve discussed this month s…
 
The Jaws "Cash in" trend continues with a film directed by Lewis Teague and writtten by John Sayles in 1980's "Alligator" and we go into detail on just how much fun we had with this, in what may be another one of the best of the jawsamania movies. Robert Forster leads a cast of character actor royalty in the best time you can have watching a giant …
 
Mark and Nathan discuss the blockbuster film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Released in 1990, and directed by Steve Barron, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles grossed $300 million at the domestic box office (adjusted for inflation), and kicked off a lucrative franchise that is still relevant today. In this episode, they discuss the origin of the turtles, …
 
On this special episode of The Projection Booth, Mike talks to writer/director/actor Oliver Robins about his latest film, Celebrity Crush (2019). The film stars Robins as a celebrity who is kidnapped by an obsessive fan after a one night fling at a convention. Hear the rest of our interview with Mr. Robins on our Poltergeist episode in October!…
 
Cinema Novo month continues with a look at Glauber Raucha’s Terra em Transe also known as Entranced Earth or Land of Anguish. It’s the story of the mythical country of El Dorado where the events seem to oddly parallel the political upheaval of Brazil from 1960 to 1966. It was initially banned by the Brazilian government until enough public outcry a…
 
This week we look at the directorial debut of a young Joe Dante (Gremlins, The Burbs, The Howling, Inner Space) with the first in what became a series of "Jaws ripoff" movies that tried to cash in on the success of the Great White Bruce. This is also our first look at a Roger Corman production on the show and we learn how a B movie is elevated to s…
 
In honor of Deep Blue Sea - The Podcast (Listen to it now!), Mark and Jay discuss the legendary final fight between a genetically modified shark and Carter Blake (Thomas Jane), Preacher (LL Cool J), and Susan McAlester (Saffron Burrows) in the 1999 film Deep Blue Sea. If you are a fan of Deep Blue Sea, make sure to listen to Deep Blue Sea - The Pod…
 
On this very special episode of The Projection Booth we're looking at the films of Trent Harris, specifically The Beaver Trilogy (2000) which includes a documentary segment about Utah native "Groovin' Gary" along with two narrative remakes (starring Sean Penn and Crispen Glover in the Gary role). We also look at the documentary about The Beaver Tri…
 
Cinema Novo month continues with a look at Glauber Rocha's Black God, White Devil (and its follow-up, Antonio Das Mortes). It's two stories in one as our main character, Manuel, kills his boss and then goes on the run, becoming a follower of Sebastian (the Black God of the title) before eventually becoming a follower of Corisco (the White Devil). K…
 
Mark, John and Adam discuss the 2008 cult classic Speed Racer. Directed by Lana and Lilly Wachowski, this brightly colored adaptation of the popular anime from the 1960's is super fun and loaded with eye popping visuals that were misunderstood in 2008. In this episode, they discuss insane races, car catapults and Susan Sarandon. Enjoy!…
 
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