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Best Kubrik podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Kubrik 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 ...
 
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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…
 
Concluding our 1970s coverage of films by director William Friedkin (I couldn't get hold of 'The Brink's Job', in case you wondered why this wasn't covered), this week Kieran and I discuss his Oscar-winning cop film, 'The French Connection'. Along the way we ramble on as if our lives depended on it, but have a bloody good chat about a 1970s classic…
 
In this episode Kieran and I talk about George Romero's zombie classic 'Dawn of the Dead' but we also spend time to discuss his film 'Martin' (from the same year) and his career in general. But that's not all! We find time to talk about the Zack Synder remake, The Walking Dead, '28 Days Later', Gladiators we met, 90s haircuts, scrambled egg pasta a…
 
This week I was joined by Helen and Kobi from the fantastic Flixwatcher podcast (where they talk about films which are available on UK Netflix) for a fun chat about Woody Allen's signature work, 'Annie Hall'. Aside from assessing how the film holds up in 2019, today's conversation will see us looking at Allen's career in general, as well as celebra…
 
In this solo episode I break down Michael Ciminio's three hour Vietnam war drama 'The Deer Hunter'... in under ten minutes. And if you're a superfan, please be aware I am quite critical of this film. I mean, there's plenty to like about the film but, for me at least, the film doesn't live up to the promise of it's superb first hour even with some r…
 
Toga! Toga! Toga- 2000! Continuing our coverage of director John Landis' filmography, Kieran and I discuss 'National Lampoon's Animal House'. But does this beloved comedy classic hold up in the #MeToo era? Along the way we compare this to The Young Ones (also, bizarrely, 'A Birth of a Nation'), we bring up the brilliant British sitcom 'Nathan Barle…
 
In this short solo episode I look at director John Landis' first two films 'Schlock' and 'Kentucky Fried Movie' (which contains the 30 minute martial arts spoof entitled 'A Fistful of Yen'). Expect talk of 'See You Next Wednesday' as well as the seeds of future work from Landis which can be seen here in his early works.…
 
That's not a knife, and neither is this - it's a podcast! And on this podcast Jev and I discuss 'Wake in Fright' (AKA 'Outback'), an engaging but shocking Australian film about a teacher's nightmare-ish trip into rural Australia. You can expect a tonne of questionable Australian impressions but discussion surrounding the kangaroo hunting sequence, …
 
In this episode I wrap up my 1970s Martin Scorsese coverage with some thoughts on his films 'New York, New York', 'The Last Waltz' and 'American Boy: A Profile of Steven Prince'. Expect mentions of 'La La Land', 'This Is Spinal Tap' and 'Pulp Fiction', three films heavily influenced by today's batch of Scorsese's.…
 
In this episode Kieran and I look on the bright side of life, as we discuss what may well be one of the greatest comedies of all-time- 'Monty Python's Life of Brian'. You can expect many quotes (and some dynamite impressions from Kieran), a discussion of penises in comedy (as in genitals, not unlikeable people), talk of beloved UK sitcom 'Only Fool…
 
In this episode Kieran and I DO feel lucky, as we do a first-time watch of the Don Siegel film 'Dirty Harry' which sees Clint Eastwood's iconic maverick cop 'Dirty' Harry Callaghan take on the Zodiac-inspired serial killer Scorpio. We also find time to touch on the work of Shane Black, to talk about David Fincher's film 'Zodiac' and discuss the Kie…
 
In this episode I discuss the classic Roman Polanski noir film 'Chinatown' with Empire Magazine writer Nick de Semlyen, who is also the author of forthcoming book 'Wild and Crazy Guys', an Easy Rider Raging Bulls-esque book about 80's American comedians such as Steve Martin, Martin Short and Eddie Murphy.…
 
Returning to Middle Earth after our epic coverage of the Jackson trilogy on my sister podcast, the SpielbergPod (still available), Paul, Kieran and I discuss Ralph Bakshi's 'The Lord of the Rings', which is an animated take on 'The Fellowship of The Ring' and 'The Two Towers'. Expect comparisons to Tolkien's books as well as to the Peter Jackson fi…
 
Oh no, not me, I never lost control. You're face to face, with the man with the golden gun. This week, as part of our ongoing conversation about the James Bond films, Jev and I discuss 'The Man With the Golden Gun', in which Roger Moore takes on the three-nippled Scaramanga, played by Christopher Lee. Join us for a fun conversation. A mixture of cr…
 
Recorded on a wet and boozy winter evening, Paul and I celebrate reaching episode 75 of our 1970s series with a discussion an all-time classic- Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather: Part II. And remember, if you want to support the show AND get exclusive episodes of the podcast (including two Godfather specials) go to www.patreon.com/ERRP.…
 
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