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The Black and Red United podcast, covering D.C. United and soccer in the Washington, D.C. region.

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The Black and Red United podcast, covering D.C. United and soccer in the Washington, D.C. region.




147 - Darren Mooney on Christopher Nolan

Lee Hutchison and Dallas King are joined again by critic, podcaster and author Darren Mooney to discuss his latest book, Christopher Nolan: A Critical Study Of The Films. Darren Mooney is a pop culture critic currently working in Dublin, Ireland. He runs his own website (the m0vie blog), hosts a film podcast (The 250), and is a member of the Online Film Critics Society. You can buy Christopher Nolan: A Critical Study Of The Films on...


146 - 'Anna and the Apocalypse' Review and Interviews

It's been an exciting year for Scottish cinema with Calibre and Outlaw King and now to end 2018, we have a Glasgow high school zombie comedy musical, Anna and the Apocalypse. Lee and Dallas review the movie and discuss why it's destined for cult status. Lee also spoke with Ella Hunt who sings, dances and murders the undead as Anna and Malcolm Cumming after the UK premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival We discuss the making of this unique film, the challenges in shooting...


145 - "Wow Them In The End And You've Got A Hit"

Much like our friends at Nerd Nuptial, Lee and Dallas are huge fans of the David Fincher adaptation of 'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo'. Inspired by watching 'The Girl in the Spider's Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story', we pick out movies which involved recasting that were incredibly successful in their eyes from sci-fi franchises to creative casting following a death. We also review Bohemian Rhapsody, Shoplifters, Apostle and revisiting Suspiria. Buy your Filibuster Christmas, secret Santa...


144 - "In The Image Of Its Creator" - Suspiria Then And Now

Luca Guadagnino's remake of Suspiria, the iconic 1977 Dario Argento film is one of the most anticipated releases of the year for Lee Hutchison and Dallas King and they share their thoughts on a movie that is dividing audiences and provoking passionate debate among film fans. Lee and Dallas also look back at the original movie and how the two movies diverge and does it still hold up over 40 years later.


143 - Scotland on Screen

Dallas King and Lee Hutchison celebrate a big week for Scotland's film industry and pick their top 5 films set in Scotland and review the latest Netflix movie, Outlaw King starring Chris Pine as Robert the Bruce. We also have interviews from the Outlaw King red carpet with Chris Pine, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, James Cosmo, Tony Curran and producer Gillian Berrie from the UK premiere in London. The duo also review the new Steve McQueen film, Widows and pay tribute to Stan Lee who passed away this...


142 - The Not So Chilling Adventures of Dallas and Lee

Dallas and Lee are reunited and share their film reviews, experiences and W.T.F moments from the 2018 London Film Festival and the MCM Comic Con.


141 - London Film Festival 2018 Interviews (Featuring Michael Moore, Chris Pine and much more)

The Nerd Party attended the London Film Festival this year and we were lucky to speak with many of the stars, directors, producers and talent attending. 00:00:59 - 00:05:18 - Fahrenheit 11/9 (Michael Moore) 00:05:26 - 00:05:42 - Suspiria (Mia Goth) 00:05:54 - 00:13:41 - Lizzie (Craig William Macneill) 00:13:58 - 00:18:48 - Outlaw King (Chris Pine, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Tony Curran & Gillian Berrie) 00:18:59 - 00:22:11 - The Fight (Jessica Hynes) 00:22:22 - 00:23:53 - Life Itself (Dan...


140 - Destination Star Trek: 'Deep Space Nine' Cast & Crew Interviews

Destination Star Trek, the worlds largest Star Trek convention returned to Birmingham and celebrated the 25th anniversary of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Alongside the usual panels, autographs and photo opportunities, fans were treated to the world premiere of the crowd funded documentary, 'What We Left Behind' which reunited the creative talent from Deep Space Nine to reflect on the show and examine its legacy. Lee Hutchison joined up with Carlos Miranda (, Duncan Barrett and...


139 - Happy Birthday, Filmhouse & London Film Festival Preview

Lee Hutchison and Dallas King preview an exciting October ahead for Filibuster with coverage of the BFI London Film Festival, Destination Star Trek convention & MCM London Comic Con to come. We discuss the movies we've seen in the past week including reviews of The Rider, A Star is Born, Skate Kitchen and The Little Stranger. Lee picks out his London Film Festival highlights and takes you behind the scenes of being a member of the press at a film film festival. On October 9th, the Filmhouse...


138 - Crazy Nerdy Podcasters

Dallas King and Lee Hutchison review Climax, Crazy Rich Asians, A Simple Favour, Matangi/Maya/M.I.A. and Bodyguard. Lee also takes his turn to try and convince Dallas to put a studio trend, plot device, marketing choice, filmhouse trend and audience issue into ROOM 101!


137 - 4 Non Blondes Rebellion

Lee and Dallas are back and review the films they've been watching over the past two weeks such The Predator, Cold War, The Miseducation of Cameron Post and Upgrade. Our duo have enjoyed over the years visiting film locations around the globe and share the 5 locations they'd love to visit. which film locations would you like to visit?


136 - The Promise of 'Star Trek: Voyager'

In 1995 at the peak of the Star Trek franchise, a new spin-off series premiered to launch the UPN network, Star Trek: Voyager. Starfleet and Maquis working together to return to Earth, an unexplored area of the galaxy filled with new races and threats had fans excited by the potential of the series. As always with Star Trek, Voyager split opinion with some claiming it's the finest of the franchise and others dismissing it as a diet version of The Next Generation at best. Lee Hutchison is...


135 - The Europa League

Lee Hutchison and Dallas King pick their top five European language films and share some of their special memories associated with them. Lee speaks with director Scott Mann about his latest movie, Final Score starring Dave Bautista and Pierce Brosnan. A group of heavily armed criminals take control of a stadium packed with 35,000 football fans. Ex-soldier Michael Knox (Bautista) is forced to use skills from his military background and everything at his disposal to save the spectators,...


134 - To All The Spies I've Loved Before

This week Dallas King and Lee Hutchison review the weeks big releases, the new Spike Lee joint, BlacKkKlansman & The Equalizer 2 and discuss the fallout from Danny Boyle's exit from Bond 25 and where next for the 007 franchise. We also continue our #52FilmsByWomen coverage by reviewing The Spy Who Dumped Me, To All The Boys I Loved Before and highlighting other films to check out and debating if a co-direction credit should count.


133 - Dallas And Lee's Infinite Playlist

Dallas has finally seen 'Hearts Beat Loud', did the film live up to Lee's hype? Now they can finally discuss the movie that they've waited all summer to talk about with each other. We're also joined by Bret Haley, director and co-writer of 'Hearts Beat Loud', who spoke with Lee during the Edinburgh Film Festival about the making of the movie, representation, working with this all star cast and Oscar hopes. Lee and Dallas share what they watched in the past week and the #52FilmsByWomen...


132 - Laetitia Dosch, Rik Carranza & Ari Shaffir Interviews

Lee Hutchison is joined for interviews and conversations with an incredible diverse range of talent and performers who have come to Edinburgh for the largest arts festival in the world. (01:25) Laetita Dosch French actress Laetitia Dosch speaks with us about her roles as The Woman in 'La Maladie de la Mort' and in 'Jeune Femme'. Book tickets for Edinburgh - Book tickets for London -...


131 - Filibuster Jumps The Shark

Dallas and Lee dive in to discuss the latest Jason Statham romp, 'The Meg', Paul Schrader's 'First Reformed' and the duo pick their 5 favourite ocean based adventures.


130 - Interviews & Conversations From The Edinburgh Festivals (Week 2)

Lee Hutchison is joined for interviews and conversations with an incredible diverse range of talent and performers who have come to Edinburgh for the largest arts festival in the world. (00:01:39) Firstly, Lee speaks with Robert Picardo, Sylvester McCoy and John Bett to discuss their play, A Joke. (00:10:22) Heather Palmer and Sha Nazir talk about the graphic novel, We Shall Fight Until We Win....


129 - Lee And Dallas Go! To The Movies and see 'Old Man Picard'

Lee and Dallas look at the 20th movie in 10 years from Marvel Studios, Ant-Man and the Wasp, was it worth the wait due to the World Cup or an England in the semi-final style letdown? The duo also discuss the exciting news about the return of Jean-Luc Picard to the Star Trek franchise and review the movies they've watched in the past week including Please Stand By, Hotel Transylvania 3, Hotel Artemis and Teen Titans Go! To The Movies.


128 - Bethany Black, Matt Winning & Darren Harriott Interviews (Fringe 2018)

To launch our month of coverage from the 2018 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lee Hutchison is joined by 3 incredible comedians, Bethany Black (@BeffernieBlack), Matt Winning (@Mattywin85) and Darren Harriott (@DarrenHarriott). Introduction (00:00) Bethany Black (00:57) Matt Winning (13:40) Darren Harriott (28:39) To find out more and book tickets... Bethany Black: Unwinnable - Matt Winning: Climate Strange -...