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Best Luke Elliott podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Luke Elliott podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Ink to Film is a show for readers and film aficionados alike. We read and discuss a novel in a granular way, then move to the film adaptation and talk about all the ways it relates to the book, and how it stands on its own. Hosts Luke and James have studied writing and film respectively, and bring an insider's insight into the show. Whether merely curious about the source material or an avid fan, Ink to Film should appeal to you!
 
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 ...
 
FILO Podcast continues the conversations started at FILO Conference and carries them throughout the year. Todd Elliott hosts the podcast and interviews key influencers in the world of church production to talk about ideas that affect all of us involved in pulling off weekend services.
 
The only podcast on the internet that features three young brits getting drunk and talking about skeletons for an hour or so. Twitters:twitter.com/skullboyspod - The Podcasttwitter.com/RabicWill - Will Barkertwitter.com/PuckRumhollow - Kim Walshtwitter.com/elliott_rye - Oliver Elliott-RyeEditing by the superstar Luke Zigler Remember to subscribe, hit us up with those 5 stars on itunes and share with your friends and family x
 
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Where did the prequel to John Carpenter’s 80s classic go right and where did it go wrong? How does Matthijs van Heijningen Jr.’s film hold up? Does it have anything in common with the original source novella, “Who Goes There?” Give this (former patron-exclusive) episode a try as Ink to Film experiments with their first adaptation-adjacent coverage!…
 
Eddie Trunk dedicates this double episode to emerging rock and roll bands! First, all members of Dirty Honey drop by and discuss their current tours, road life in a van, their new EP, not being signed to a label, the plans for upcoming music, and so much more. Then, up and comer Tuk Smith of Tuk Smith and The Reckless Hearts discusses the band's co…
 
It's less than two minutes to midnight on the Doomsday Clock. Our Eastern Neighbors are being quarantined from the corona virus. And here we are talking about the end of the world as shown in 1969 by director Marco Ferreri. The Seed of Man / Il seme dell'uomo stars Marzio Margine as Cino and Anne Wiazemsky as Dora, the only lovers left alive after …
 
Former Ringling Bros. circus clown, writer, and co-host of the "Writing Easy" podcast Mary Mascari joins the show to give some important context to all-things circus for Frances Lawrence’s adaptation of Sara Gruen’s novel! In episode 125, Mary, Luke, and James cast their votes to determine once and for all which was better, the book or the movie? T…
 
Our appreciation of 1969 continues with a look at Piero Schivazappa’s Femina Ridens / The Laughing Woman. Also sometimes known as The Frightened Woman, the film stars Phillipe Leroy as Sayer, the head of a charity foundation, and Dagmar Lassander as Maria, one of his employees. She she expresses an interest in writing an article about male steriliz…
 
Sara Gruen’s historical romance about running away to join the circus was a bestseller for a reason, but does it connect with readers new to the genre? In episode 124, Luke & James ride the rails into parts unknown. Spoilers begin: 19:10 Topics include: a NaNoWriMo success story, the “rules” of romances, emotional resonance with Jacob Jankowski, th…
 
On yet another double dip, Eddie Trunk is first joined by The Scorpions' singer Klaus Meine who discusses the band's upcoming Sin City Nights shows in Las Vegas, the new album that's coming out, having their own branded whiskey, and more. Then, Rival Sons frontman Jay Buchanan drops by and talks about the band's two Grammy nominations, which they u…
 
Our appreciation of 1969 continues with our second look at an adaptation of Edowaga Rampo’s work, Blind Beast. Directed by Yasuzo Masumura, the film stars Mako Midori as Aki Shima, a model, and Eiji Funakoshi as Michio, a blind sculptor who becomes obsessed with her. He and his mother kidnap Aki and keep her in his warehouse studio where the two be…
 
Philip K. Dick’s short story “The Minority Report” led eventually to a Steven Spielberg adaptation nearly 50 years after it was written, but was the adaptation an improvement on the original? In episode 123, Luke & James discuss both versions before coming to a consensus on which was the superior telling of this Sci-Fi thriller of precognition and …
 
Our appreciation of 1969 continues with a look at Teruo Ishii’s Horrors of Malformed Men. Based on the writings of Edogawa Ranpo, the movie tells the tale of Hirosuke Hitomi played by Teruo Yoshida. When we first see him, he’s locked up in an insane asylum. And things only go downhill from there… Ben Buckingham and Jess Byard join Mike to delve int…
 
SciFi author Curtis C. Chen returns to cast the deciding vote on whether or not "John Carter" the film or Edgar Rice Burrough's A PRINCESS OF MARS is better. In episode 122, Luke, James, and Curtis dive into all the possible reasons behind one of Disney's biggest flops, and even suggest some ways the disaster may have been avoided. Listen to find o…
 
Eddie Trunk remembers Neil Peart on this very special tribute to the late Rush drummer. First, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins discusses playing Rush songs in front of Peart, what Peart means to him, and so much more. Then, producer Nick Raskulinecz talks about recording the last two Rush albums, tells stories about working with Peart, and more…
 
Taking its title from the notorious book by Leopold von Sacher-Mascoch, Jess Franco's Venus in Furs (1969) stars James Darren as Jimmy Logan, a musician who can blow a cool horn. He finds the corpse of a woman he had seen at a party, the mysterious Wanda (Maria Rohm). When Wanda shows up -- alive and seducing -- shortly thereafter, Jimmy becomes ob…
 
SciFi author Curtis C. Chen joins the show to discuss Edgar Rice Burroughs' original "planetary romance,” A PRINCESS OF MARS. From its early pulp magazine origins to its sweeping influence on the SciFi of today, the story of John Carter is an important piece of literary history. In episode 121, Luke, James, and Curtis prove that there’s more to ERB…
 
Eddie starts this episode off on a somber note as her pays tribute to legendary Rush drummer Neil Peart, whose death rattled the music community. Then, Eddie is joined by the members of the newly formed Angel, including Frank Dimino, Punky Meadows, and newcomer Danny Farrow. The guys discuss their new album, 'Risen,' how the reunion came together, …
 
The legendary Jonny Z of Megaforce Records (and Eddie Trunk’s former boss!) sits down with his prodigee to discuss his biography, ‘Heavy Tales: The Metal. The Music. The Madness.’ Zazula also discusses Metallica’s beginnings, why he’s telling his story now, some of his biggest career moments, and the guys reflect on their days at Megaforce together…
 
Based on a book by Vasilis Vasilikos, Costa-Gavras’s Z (1969) stars Yves Montand as a political activist who is killed after a rally. The film also stars Jean-Louis Trintignant as the investigator of the incident who manages to uncover a vast conspiracy. Keith Gordon and Eric Cohen join Mike to discuss this political thriller which is a thinly veil…
 
We're kicking off our discussion of the films of 1969 with a look at Yoshishige Yoshida's Eros + Massacre. The film tells two parallel stories - one in the early 1920s and the other in contemporary 1969. Samm Deighan and Chris Stachiw join Mike to smugly discuss the film. We're joined by special guest Professor Dick Stegewerns author of Kiju Yoshid…
 
Should auld acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind? No! In episode 120, Luke & James take a look back at all the things they covered in 2019. Topics include: most surprising subject, top 5 most downloaded-in states, least favorite book, favorite book, top 5 most downloaded-in countries outside the U.S., least favorite movie, favorite movi…
 
For the last episode in our Sci-Fi December series it's a five hour journey into Douglas Trumbull's Brainstorm (1983) which stars Christopher Walken as scientist Michael Brace who has helped in the discovery of a new technology that records the sensations of a person and allows for playback directly into another person's brain. Interviews include T…
 
Sci Fi December continues with a look at the 1986 film from Georgiy Daneliya, Kin Dza Dza. It’s the story of two men who are transported to the planet Pluke where they have to navigate the barren landscape and strange cultures of the people there. Jennifer Handorf and Dan Martin join Mike to unpack the rituals and anthropological implications of Pl…
 
You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch. You really are a heel. You're as cuddly as a cactus, you're as charming as an eel. You're a bad banana with a greasy black peel. You're a monster. Your heart's an empty hole. Your brain is full of spiders, you've got garlic in your soul. I wouldn't touch you with a thirty-nine and a half foot pole! Topics: The fascina…
 
Sci-Fi December rolls along with a look at 1989’s Millennium. Directed by Michael Anderson, the film stars Kris Kristofferson as an airline disaster investigator who stumbles onto something unexpected at the site of a mid-air collision. It will lead him into a tangled web of time traveling shenanigans. Jedidiah Ayres and Chris Bricklemyer join Mike…
 
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