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Dudes talking about movies. A Podcast.




137 - Raiders of the Lost Ark

The Dudes feel like Top Men as they discuss 1981's "Raiders of the Lost Ark", directed by Steven Spielberg, starring Harrison Ford. Let's not kid each other, you've seen this one as much as we have, so just leash up your dogs for a walk and have a listen! Other Movies Discussed: The Long Good Friday (1979) – Directed by John Mackenzie In The Mood For Love (2000) – Directed by Wong Kar-wai QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite movie in the Indiana Jones Saga? Contact us below! And...


136 - Fire In The Sky

Nobody believes The Dudes as they discuss 1993's "Fire In The Sky", directed by Robert Lieberman, starring Robert Patrick and D.B. Sweeney. Was Travis Walton really abducted in a forest clearing and forced into alien medical experiments? The Dudes attempt to get it all sorted with what might be the world's only known biographical science fiction movie. Other Movies Discussed: Backwoods (2006) – Directed by Koldo Serra Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979) – Directed by Werner Herzog QUESTION OF THE...


135 - Dead Ringers

The Dudes fall victim to Twin Magic with 1988's "Dead Ringers", directed by David Cronenberg, starring Jeremy Irons. Wanna feel gross? Then join The Dudes for a lurid discussion of the Mantle Brothers Saga. Other Movies Discussed: Withnail and I (1987) – Directed by Bruce Robinson How Green Was My Valley (1941) – Directed by John Ford QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite David Cronenberg film? Contact us below! And don't forget to tell us what YOU'VE been watching!...


134 - Heavenly Creatures

The Dudes venture to the Fourth World with 1994's "Heavenly Creatures", directed by Peter Jackson, starring Kate Winslet and Melanie Lynskey. This intense semi-autobiographical film covering the infamous Parker-Hulme murder is not to be missed. Listen in! Other Movies Discussed: The Other Hell (1981) – Directed by Bruno Mattei Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) – Directed by Luc Besson QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite Kate Winslet performance? Contact us below!...


Bonus - Question of the Week Responses - February 2018

We read your responses to our Question of the Week! Episode 131 - The Celluloid Closet What is your favorite film about the movies? Episode 132 - King of New York What is your favorite Christopher Walken performance? Episode 133 - Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure What is your favorite time travel movie? Episode 134 - Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey What is your favorite on screen depiction of the Grim Reaper? Call the Voicemail! 304-804-DUDE www.facebook.com/dudesonmovies...


The Best Years of Our Lives

The Dudes check off one of the essentials with 1946's "The Best Years of Our Lives", directed by William Wyler, starring Myrna Loy, Frederic March and many others. A genuine American classic, this thoughtful study of re-adjusting to society after years away at war deserves all of the praise heaped upon it. Join the Dudes for one of the best. Other Movies Discussed: Victim (1961) – Directed by Basil Dearden Inception (2009) – Directed by Christopher Nolan QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your...


132 - The Machinist

The Dudes discuss 2004's "The Machinist", directed by Brad Anderson, starring Christian Bale. With a movie very of its time, featuring a complicated if familiar plot, and an actor showing unhealthy commitment to a role, the Dudes are unsure how to tread. Share your earbuds with a leather-clad stranger only you can see, and listen in! Other Movies Discussed: Blood Rage (a.k.a. Slasher) (1987) – Directed by John Grissmer The Kid (1921) – Directed by Charlie Chaplin QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What...


131 - Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey

The Dudes discuss 1991's "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey", directed by Peter Hewitt, starring Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves. Is it as good as you remember? Join the Dudes as they gamely attempt to make sense of this Afterlife Robotics Futurist Rock Opera sequel. STAY-SHUN!!! Other Movies Discussed: Trollhunter (2010) – Directed by Andre Øvredal The Phantom Carriage (1921) – Directed by Victor Sjöström QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite cinematic depiction of The Grim Reaper? Contact us...


Oscars 2017 - Predictions

Its time once again for the Dudes annual Oscar show. Join us as we make our picks in all of the major categories with no monologues, commercials, skits, or musical numbers! (But of course we're going to watch the ceremony, because it can't be helped.) Contact us below! www.dudesonmovies.com www.facebook.com/dudesonmovies www.twitter.com/dudesonmovies www.instagram.com/dudesonmovies www.soundcloud.com/dudesonmovies dudesonmovies@gmail.com


Bonus - Questions of the Week January 2018

We read your responses to our Question of the Week! Episode 123 - Terminator 2: Judgment Day What is your favorite James Cameron film and why? Episode 124 - Evil Roy Slade What is your favorite Western Comedy? Episode 125 - The Magdalene Sisters What is your favorite film on the plight of the Irish? Episode 126 - Mother! What is your favorite Darren Aronofsky film? Call the Voicemail! 304-804-DUDE www.facebook.com/dudesonmovies www.twitter.com/dudesonmovies www.instagram.com/dudesonmovies...


130 - Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure

The Dudes bring to you a message of love with 1989's "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure", directed by Stephen Herek, starring Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves. None of us can eloquently explain why we still love this movie nearly 30 years after its release, but join the Dudes as they make an attempt! Other Movies Discussed: Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II (1987) – Directed by Bruce Pittman The Queen (2006) – Directed by Stephen Frears QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite movie about time...


129 - King Of New York

The Dudes discuss 1990's "King Of New York", directed by Abel Ferrara, starring Christopher Walken, Laurence Fishburne, and Victor Argo. In a sadly now unrecognizable New York, a recently paroled drug lord returns home to consolidate his power in the most violent way possible, forcing the NYPD to take extreme measures to stop him. Other Movies Discussed: The Passion of Joan of Arc (1928) - Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer Mississippi Burning (1988) - Directed by Alan Parker QUESTION OF THE...


128 - The Celluloid Closet

The Dudes discuss 1995's The Celluloid Closet, directed by Jeffrey Friedman and Rob Epstein, and narrated by Lily Tomlin. This documentary, based on the book by the late, great Vito Russo, details the portrayal of homosexuality in cinema from its beginning through the present, and is a must-watch for anyone who loves the movies. Other Movies Discussed: The Marriage of Maria Braun (1979) - Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder All The King's Men (1949) - Directed by Robert Rossen QUESTION OF...


127 - Rocketship X-M

The Dudes discuss 1950's "Rocketship X-M", directed by Kurt Neumann, and starring Lloyd Bridges and Osa Massen. It would take a society dominated by male idiots to produce a movie this incompetent, and the Dudes watch it so you won't have to! Other Movies Discussed: The Man Who Fell To Earth (1976) – Directed by Nicolas Roeg White Heat (1949) – Directed by Raoul Walsh QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your favorite 1950s Science Fiction film, and why? Contact us below! And don't forget to tell...


126 - Mother!

In a rare timely episode, the Dudes discuss 2017’s “Mother!”, directed by Darren Aronofsky, and starring Jennifer Lawrence and Javier Bardem. This bizarre, surrealist high-wire act divided critics and audiences, but not the Dudes. Join us for a lively dissection of the movie, and a long talk about why male artists are the worst. Other Movies Discussed The Fog - (1980) – Directed by John Carpenter Mortal Kombat : Annihilation - (1997) – Directed by John R. Leonetti QUESTION OF THE WEEK:...


125 - The Magdalene Sisters

The Dudes discuss 2002’s “The Magdalene Sisters”, directed by Peter Mullen, and starring Geraldine McEwan and Nora-Jane Noone. This unflinching drama about religious hypocrisy never lets up in its mission to make you hyper-aware of the abuses of the Catholic Church. Yet again, the Dudes help to prove that our world is almost unredeemable. Other Movies Discussed: Prom Night - (1980) – Directed by Paul Lynch The Matrix - (1999) – Directed by The Wachowskis QUESTION OF THE WEEK: What is your...


124 - Evil Roy Slade

The Dudes discuss 1972’s “Evil Roy Slade”, directed by Jerry Paris, and starring John Astin and Mickey Rooney. This made-for-TV Western attempts to spoof the genre but suffers from cringe-y, outdated humor and overall cheapness. This is new ground for the Dudes, and they suffer accordingly. Other Movies Discussed Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl - (2016) – Directed by A. D. Calvo 3 Ninjas - (1992) – Directed by Jon Turteltaub QUESTION OF THE WEEK What is your favorite Western comedy? And don't...


123 - Terminator 2: Judgment Day

The Dudes discuss 1991's "Terminator 2: Judgment Day", directed by James Cameron, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger. This much loved sci-fi action film features amazing chases, complex robotics, and theorizing about the inherent nature of man. Also, butt cheeks. Other Movies Discussed Ali: Fear Eats the Soul - (1974) – Directed by Rainer Werner Fassbinder Dunkirk - (2017) – Directed by Christopher Nolan QUESTION OF THE WEEK What is your favorite James Cameron film and why? And don't forget to...


Fruitvale Station

The Dudes discuss 2013's "Fruitvale Station", directed by Ryan Coogler, starring Michael B. Jordan. This artistic biopic follows Oscar Grant III through the events of his last day alive, leading up to his wrongful murder by the BART police. An emotional masterwork which also happens to be the director's debut. A sure sign of things to come. Other Movies Discussed Assault on Precinct 13 - (1976) – Directed by John Carpenter Goosebumps: Say Cheese and Die - (1996 TV) – Directed by Ron Oliver...


121 - The Nightmare Before Christmas

The Dudes discuss 1993's "A Nightmare Before Christmas", directed by Henry Selick, starring Danny Elfman, Chris Sarandon, and Catherine O'Hara. This stop motion holiday homage is not only a technical achievement, but a heartwarming macabre musical that only Tim Burton could conjure. A strong recommend from both Dudes. Other Movies Discussed McCabe & Mrs. Miller - (1971) – Directed by Robert Altman The Last Jedi - (2017) – Directed by Rian Johnson QUESTION OF THE WEEK What is your favorite...