Episode 10 – The Predator

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-bns3g-9a650a Well, here we are, episode 10. Did you think we'd make it this far? Neither did we. For our tenth episode, we decided to go big. As big as the ULTIMATE PREDATOR! This week we look at Shane Black's 2018 film The Predator. The sequel/reboot fans have been waiting for ever since Adrian Brody … Continue reading Episode 10 – The Predator

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Episode 9 – Mulholland Drive (Part 2)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-422qk-99f357 Now that we got boring part one out of the way, we get the opportunity to dig into the real depth that can be found in Mulholland Drive. After all of the set up in part one of our experimental episode, we finally get to discuss some of the other symbolism found in the … Continue reading Episode 9 – Mulholland Drive (Part 2)

Mulholland Drive (Part 1)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-nxn7q-995263 Well, it finally happened. After several episodes of speculation and teasing, we finally had too much content for one episode. What more fitting than a David Lynch Film. Lynch is a director famous for offering no insight into how his films should be interpreted. Are they autobiographical, or does Lynch have something else on … Continue reading Mulholland Drive (Part 1)

Episode 7 – Batman & Robin (Bad Movie Break)

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-qkjb8-98ab87 Sometimes, amongst all the busyness of life, it helps to take a break and enjoy a bad movie. For our first Bad Movie Break, we decided to sit down and watch the classic 1997 film Batman & Robin, directed by Joel Schumacher, starring George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Uma Thurman, and Alicia Silverstone. We … Continue reading Episode 7 – Batman & Robin (Bad Movie Break)

A Journey Into Film: The Podcast – Episode 6: Pulp Fiction

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GKkyqGePLRs&frags=pl%2Cwn A new day, another episode of our Podcast. This week examining all of the aspects that make Quentin Tarantino a great director. We look at things like, his use of non-linear plot structure and how that affects the story, how he writes dialogue, as well as any other thoughts or informative bits that come … Continue reading A Journey Into Film: The Podcast – Episode 6: Pulp Fiction

A Journey Into Film: The Podcast – Episode 5: Donnie Darko

https://www.podbean.com/media/player/ddar9-977405&?from=site&skin=1&fonts=Helvetica&auto=0&download=0&share=1&btn-skin=103 Here’s a film we got a lot of requests to talk about, Donnie Darko. Enjoy this week as Josh and I talk about whether or not the directors cut of this film is a good thing, how it got us into film, and how deep the philosophy of time travel is. Don't forget to follow … Continue reading A Journey Into Film: The Podcast – Episode 5: Donnie Darko

A Journey Into Film: The Podcast – Episode 4: Tully

Some mothers have called it the most realistic look at motherhood on film. I don't have any experience, but it's exactly how I would imagine it in David Reitman's Tully. Hit that download button, and check out this weeks episode of A Journey Into Film: The Podcast Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and … Continue reading A Journey Into Film: The Podcast – Episode 4: Tully