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Best Williammason podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Williammason podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Don't trust anyone. For August, we will be diving into the spy genre. Listen as Brandon and Thomas discuss some of the famous movies and tropes of the spy movie. From Hitchcock's early espionage films to the politically charged movies of the Post-Watergate and Post-9/11 eras, we give you a taste of what you need to know about this genre in our firs…
 
"We're all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it." For the final episode of the month, Brandon and Thomas dive into the life and career of John Hughes. His films have become synonymous with the Coming of Age, and their impact has lasted decades. Listen as the duo breaks down Hughes' influence on the American teen film, both good a…
 
Is Lady Bird a modern classic? Thomas and Brandon continue their journey through the coming of age genre by taking a look back at Greta Gerwig's authentic and honest view of growing up in Lady Bird. They discuss how it fits into the coming of age genre, and how it is an integral part of the current Golden Age of Coming of Age films. Contact Us: Fac…
 
It's time to journey into the Spider-Verse. For this episode, Brandon is joined by Jonathan Norris, a previous CineNation guest from the early days, to discuss one of the most innovative and visually stunning films of the past decade. Listen as the two discuss the importance of the film and how it fits into the Coming of Age genre. Contact Us: Face…
 
The summer is an important time for young people. For many, the summer holds some of their most treasured memories. Summer is a time where many people begin to grow up. Brandon and Thomas start of this month's theme of Coming of Age movies by diving into the main tropes of the genre. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast T…
 
Put on your tap-dancing shoes and bowler hat because it's time to discuss the filmography of Bob Fosse. For the final episode of Theatre Month, Brandon and Thomas dive into the world of Bob Fosse, full of seedy night clubs, jazzy musical numbers, and shady characters. Fosse is an artist who is mostly associated with the theatre, but he also had an …
 
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's...Birdman! Listen as Brandon and Thomas dive into Alejandro G. Iñárritu's Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) as a part of CineNation's Theatre Month. Did it deserve the Best Picture Oscar? Is this Michael Keaton's best role? Listen and find out what the guys think. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Insta…
 
Curtain up! Light the lights! It's time to talk about theatre movies. Brandon and Thomas dive into the world of theatre, attempting to breakdown a genre that is rarely talked about. In this episode, they discuss several examples as a way to set a template for this genre. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @Cine…
 
Brandon and Thomas have been preparing their whole life for this episode. To close out their month-long study of the Texas genre, Brandon and Thomas dive into the career of Texas filmmaker, Richard Linklater. From Slacker to Boyhood and from the Before series to School of Rock, the CineNation duo discuss the entire works of Richard Linklater. In th…
 
To kick off our new format for the podcast, Brandon and Thomas decided to tackle the topic of Texas Movies. The genre of Texas Movies is not well defined, so Brandon and Thomas are going to discuss what they think makes a typical Texas Movie. From looking at tropes and specific examples, we are going to spend the whole month of May dissecting the T…
 
If you are missing the NBA playoffs like we are, then any form of basketball will brighten your day. Brandon and Thomas delve into the 1994 film Blue Chips, the underrated basketball gem that stars Nick Nolte, Mary McDonnell, J.T. Walsh, Penny Hardaway, and arguably the greatest big man of all time, Shaquille O'Neal. With a slew of basketball cameo…
 
Do you have faith? Thomas Horton and Brandon Sparks sit down in an attempt to carve out a subgenre of movies about faith. They want to give you an alternative to the “faith-based” genre that has gained a following over the past decade. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineNationPod Medium: CineNation E-mail:…
 
Checkpoint reached! Ladies and gentlemen, we've hit a major milestone and that calls for a major episode. For our 100th episode, we decided to bring back our core group of podcasters, along with a special guest, to talk about the evolution of the show. We also talked about some of their favorite movies and how they connect to our friendship. Thanks…
 
When it comes to the romantic comedy, filmmaker Nora Ephron is one of the few people who has become synonymous with the genre. In honor of Valentine's Day, Brandon and Thomas dive into the career and films of writer/director Nora Ephron as they try to determine if she should be considered an auteur by audiences. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation In…
 
Have you ever heard things go bump in the night? Have you ever seen a figure appear in your home? Don't be scared of this episode, but we're going to be analyzing the Haunted House movie genre. Listen as Brandon and Thomas breakdown the history of the genre and why it has been successful for so many years. Make sure you check out our Letterboxd Lis…
 
It's time to suit up because we are ready to dive into the Buddy Cop film genre. Brandon, Thomas, and Ben delve into the very popular and very beloved subgenre of film. They talk about the origins of the genre, the classic films, and a few underrated films of the genre. Contact Us: Facebook: @cinenation Instagram: @cinenationpodcast Twitter: @CineN…
 
Hop in your DeLorean, grab a box of chocolates, and turn up your radio because it's time to take a trip through the filmography of Robert Zemeckis. Zemeckis has directed such classics as Back to the Future, Forrest Gump, and Cast Away, but he has never been given the same appreciation that a lot of his friends received. On this episode, Brandon and…
 
Put on your ball cap, grab some cash for a hot dog, and lather on the sunscreen because it's time to head to the ballpark! With a few new segments, the CineNation gang delves into the subgenre of baseball films. From such classics as A League of Their Own to lesser-known films like Soul of the Game, this episode covers the history of films that cov…
 
Thomas and Ben are absent due to scheduling conflicts, so Brandon had to call in the reinforcements. Returning from a two-year absence from CineNation, Will Clayton joins Brandon to talk directorial debuts. Brandon and Will discuss the importance of directorial debuts and how they can help introduce the world to a director's style. They breakdown t…
 
Let's wind the clocks back to 2010. With Ben being absent from this episode, Brandon and Thomas decided to take a look at a specific year in film and 2010 was their choice. They talk about the lack of good blockbusters, the Avatar effect, the best films of the year, and some of the worst. They also give a couple of awards to some of the big standou…
 
For Episode 75 of CineNation, the guys take a look at movies that deal with the heavy topic of physical illness and injury in movies. They breakdown what films fit within this subgenre of film, while also talking about the history of it. They start all the way back in the 1910s and they work their way up to present day. From The Pride of the Yankee…
 
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