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On Geocachers we meet up with some of our favorite musicians, comedians, writers, and all-round entertainers to explore New York, one geocache at a time. Sometimes we start at a bar – although sometimes we don’t – and our adventures take us through parts of the neighborhoods you don’t usually get to see, while the conversation with the guests likewise leads you down unchartered territory: Paul Dempsey talks about physics; Nick Diamonds talks about baseball.
 
Welcome to Happily Cinemarried where your married hosts, Liz and Terry, celebrate the cinematic, the artistic, and the culturally fascinating. We will choose a theme each week and discuss which films, books, and tv shows make our list. A love for art & culture brought us together, and we've spent our marriage making art, traveling, reading, and watching tv & movies. Our spirited conversations together inspired us to create Happliy Cinemarried!
 
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June is Pride Month, so Liz chose this award-winning true crime biopic about Brandon Teena, a young transgender man trying to be accepted in a rural Nebraska town. We examine trans awareness then and now, religion's role in anti-LGBTQ persecution, and the controversy of a cisgendered actress playing the lead role. CW: sex, sexual assault, rape, lan…
 
For our 50th episode, Terry decided it would be fun to list our top 10 favorite movies instead of picking a single film to review. We discuss (spoiler-free!) what criteria we chose for creating our lists and what each film means to us while counting down from 10. What will our number 1 movies be? Twitter @HCinemarried Facebook @HappilyCinemarriedPo…
 
In the Halloween spirit, we delve into a modern horror filmmaker's filmography. We focus mainly on "You're Next" and "The Guest", but also briefly discuss "A Horrible Way To Die", "Death Note", and his remake, "Blair Witch". **Listener Discretion: there's no "E" for explicit because we don't curse in this episode, but we do discuss the sex and viol…
 
If you haven't already watched the movie Liz called "Utter dread and terror from start to finish", we recommend you see it before listening because we do give away spoilers! We had so much to say about this instant horror classic that we ran out of time to discuss the very real pagan history that inspired this story. But that conversation will be a…
 
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