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In a lot of ways 1999 was the year that changed movies. From “The Matrix” and “The Blair Witch Project” to “American Beauty” and “The Sixth Sense”, the last year of the millennium was transformative for Hollywood. Through "Podcast Like It's 1999" writers Phillip Iscove (co-creator of FOX's Sleepy Hollow) and Kenny Neibart (Entourage, Hindsight) examine this apex of Cinema, before television took over, before Reality TV, before TMZ and Twitter but also after the internet, after Clinton, after ...
 
Sip'ly The Best is the bi-weekly podcast sampling every seltzer under the sun and then some. Tune in to each episode as five friends dive into a new brand of fizzy beverages, savor their flavors, rate them on a scale of koozies and decide once and for all which seltzer is Sip'ly The Best.
 
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Vicky and Darren are joined by Darren Ambrose to discuss the new dawn at St James' Park as Newcastle's Saudi Arabian owners finally get the deal done. Also, Man United's record away unbeaten run finally ends at Leicester, Chelsea scrape past Brentford thanks to some Edouard Mendy heroics - and is Mo Salah the best player in the world?…
 
Jordan Crucchiola returns to the show to talk about the first of two Johnny Depp movies this month, (Of THREE total in 1999, wow this guy has been busy!) THE NINTH GATE. We talk about the colorful gradient of Depp performances over the years, from his most whacky jaunts, to this wet towel, and try to figure out where he works the best. We also disc…
 
Phil and Kenny sit down with this podcast's resident music expert, writer Rich Monahan, to discuss the scariest mainstream band of the 90s: SLIPKNOT. We talk about all the factors that led to such a freaky group becoming a mainstream success, from the rise of angry, rich frat boys, to clique cultures in highschools. We also compare them to their co…
 
Vicky and Darren are joined by Darius Vassell to preview a huge clash between Liverpool and Manchester City at Anfield in what could prove to be a crucial match in the title race. Also, Man United dropping points at home to Everton is discussed as well as Chelsea's unconvincing win over Southampton, whilst the WSL is looked at with Shebahn Aherne.…
 
Spooky Season has officially begun on Podcast Like It's 1999! Here to kick off this month of terror is writer Emma Stefansky, talking about everyone's favorite FBI agents, Mulder and Scully, with THE X-FILES season 6, episode 15; ARCADIA. That's right, we're finally covering one of the 90s most seminal pieces of science fiction pop culture. We disc…
 
Hayley McQueen and Darren Lewis are joined by David Seaman to look ahead to the North London Derby as both sides look to kickstart their seasons. Also, Manchester City lay down a marker to the rest of the Premier League with victory over Chelsea, Man United lose to Aston Villa after a late Bruno Fernandes penalty miss, and Liverpool and Brentford s…
 
Writer/Critic Carrie Wittmer joins us to talk about the underappreciated adaptation of Graham Greene's 1950s romance novel, THE END OF THE AFFAIR. We discuss why we think this movie deserves a second chance, the fantastic lead performances from Ralph Fiennes and Julianne Moore (Who, let's be honest, would ooze romantic chemistry with a literal pota…
 
Joining us to wrap up West Wing Wednesdays is Liz Hannah, and West Wing writer/producer Paul Redford! Liz joins Phil in breaking down the final episode of the first season, "What Kind of Day Has it Been?", from it's dramatic final action setpiece, to the ahead of it's time conversation about race. We also go on a WHOLE tangent about Felicity, Lost,…
 
Vicky and Darren are joined by Jamie O'Hara for a very special Sunday Supplement podcast, brought to you from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium ahead of the first major net carbon zero football match. In the show, tributes are paid to one of England and Tottenham's greatest players, Jimmy Greaves, who passed away at the age of 81. Also, Thomas Tuchel d…
 
Self proclaimed "Helga Pataki Moon" Caroline Framke joins us to talk about America's favorite football head, HEY ARNOLD! We use the episode "Helga on the Couch" as a launching pad to talk about the show's groundbreaking depiction of therapy, and the dark characterization of the adults that surround the main characters. We also discuss our love/hate…
 
Vicky and Darren are joined by Ryan Taylor to discuss Ronaldo's fairytale return to Old Trafford, and Lukaku's immediate impact at Chelsea, as both summer signings bag braces on their returns to their former clubs. Also, the WSL is previewed ahead of a bumper day of matches, and Vicky sits down with Jurgen Klopp to discuss the recent transfer windo…
 
Our popular FROM TOP TO BOTTOM series returns with one of the greatest filmmakers to ever step behind a camera - the inimitable FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA. And we're joined for this 90-minute (that's a laugh) dive into his entire filmography by writer and producer BRYAN COGMAN, from GAME OF THRONES. It's a beautiful messy dive into one hell of an auteur.…
 
For the first time in a while, Phil and Kenny are flying solo to talk about the painfully underappreciated John Sayles film LIMBO. Is this the best parent/kid movie we've discussed on the podcast? Maybe! We talk about this movie's chaotic structure, and try to figure out why it works so well for us, as well as it's abrupt ending that beat The Sopra…
 
Joe Reid returns to West Wing Wednesdays to discuss confusing titles, the peaks and luls of Abigail Bartlet's character, and the way in which this show influenced a generation of politicians, and the way everyday people view them, with episode 17;THE WHITE HOUSE PRO-AM. Find Joe at: twitter.com/joereid Find Britt at: twitter.com/brittkeller Patreon…
 
We go deep into the recesses of the CANDYMAN franchise - the original, the reimagining/spiritual sequel, and all those pesky sequels - with CALEB WARD, the VP of Acquisitions for Highland Film Group, formerly of Freestyle Digital Releasing. We also touch on Fantastic Fest, growing up in the South, and shitty emo and folk bands. And if you think we …
 
Making her first appearance in two years, Erin La Rosa returns to the podcast to discuss the original ensemble romance, PLAYING BY HEART. We break down why movies of this ilk never seem to work, and why this one stands out as one of the stinkiest, the standout performance from Angelina Jolie, and how projects like this even get produced in the firs…
 
Screen Draft's Clay Keller and West Wing superfan Britt Keller sit down with Phil for a conversation on the fan favorite episode, CELESTIAL NAVIAGTION. We discuss how Clay schemed various DVD rental services to binge watch the series before the era of binging, the inexplicable sex appeal of Josh Lyman, and how realistic this portrayal of the white …
 
Do you remember when we still had to listen to music on discs and cassettes? Before Spotify and Napster? This week, Phil is joined by fellow writer Matthew D'Ambrosio (The Witcher, The Vampire Diaries) to discuss one of the most influential bands of the 90s, SMASHING PUMPKINS. We dig through the band's storied discography in an attempt to track the…
 
Showrunner Jeff Greenstein (Will & Grace, Dream On) joins us for a conversation on episode 14 of The West Wing, Take This Sabbath Day. We discuss the beautifully nuanced performance from Martin Sheen, and how his religion plays into his role as the president. We also discuss the direction from Thomas Schlamme, from the hackey screwball comedic mome…
 
Stallone vs. Schwarzenegger vs. Willis. Three epic filmographies with over 200 eligible titles. Guest GMs Marc Bernardin (Picard, Fatman on Batman) Jordan Crucchiola (Aughtsterion, Disaster Girls), Wynter Mitchell (Waiting to X-Hale), and Drew McWeeny (The Last '80s Newsletter You'll Ever Need) competitively create the SINGLE, DEFINITIVE top 20 lis…
 
Vicky and Darren are joined by David Seaman to look at Aaron Ramsdale's big money move to Arsenal and what this season has in store for the Gunners. Also, Man City's thumping of Norwich is discussed as well as Liverpool's win over Burnley in front of a sold out Anfield - whilst there is an extended interview with Thomas Tuchel who talks about what …
 
Prepare yourself for "The best romantic comedy ever" according to Daily Mail. That's right, we're talking about Nottin- wait...not Notting Hill? The Very Thought of You? I'm not convinced this movie actually exists, but here is our episode on THE VERY THOUGHT OF YOU with Screen Draft's Clay Keller! We discuss Clay's obsession with Monica Potter, an…
 
Writer Carrie Wittmer joins us for a conversation on episode 13 of The West Wing, TAKE OUT THE TRASH DAY. We talk about the plot surrounding a controversial sex study, and the murder of a gay teenager that has been established in previous episodes. Through this we explore Bartlet's relationship to his faith, and CJ's voice becoming more heard in th…
 
Tom White is joined by Darren Lewis for the first Sunday Supplement podcast of the new season, where they reflect on a big win for Manchester Untied over Leeds at a packed Old Trafford, and comfortable 3-0 wins for other title favourites Liverpool and Chelsea. There is an extended interview with Pep Guardiola looking ahead to the new season, and th…
 
The gang is getting Shakespearean this week as we're joined by actress Rachell Lefevre to discuss the underappreciated cinema debut of Julie Taymor, TITUS. We discuss Hollywood's hesitancy to trust female directors, especially when they are known for their distinct style, the on-set dispute over the Titus character between Taymor and Anthony Hopkin…
 
Writer/Director Jessica Ellis (What Lies West) returns to The West Wing to discuss episode 11, LORD JOHN MARBURY. We talk about the standout performance from Roger Rees as the titular John Marbury, the way the show expertly lays out breadcrumbs that lead to its season finales, and the complexities of CJ's romances and workplace relationships. We al…
 
This week, writer Emma Stefansky (Thrillist) takes us back into the DCOM library, this time with Kenny, to discuss SMART HOUSE. Emma helps us to better understand the phenomenon of Disney Channel Original Movies, and why they are held on such a high pedestal to the generation that grew up with them. We also discuss the miniscule budgets these movie…
 
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