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

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.




177 - Midsommar, Spider-Man: Far From Home & Eleanor 'Gwen' Worthington Cox Interview

Dallas, Kim and Lee are reunited to review the much hyped release from Ari Aster and A24, Midsommar and the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Spider-Man: Far From Home. We also have an interview with Eleanor Worthington-Cox about her titular role in Gwen. In the stark beauty of 19th Century Snowdonia a young girl, Gwen, tries desperately to hold her home together. Struggling with her mother’s mysterious illness, her father’s absence and a ruthless mining company encroaching on their...


176 - "Oh Julie, You Are A Dark Horse" EIFF Round-Up

Lee and Dallas share their experiences of the 2019 Edinburgh International Film Festival, top 5 films of the festival and honourable mentions.


175 - Edinburgh Film Festival Interviews, Part II with Timothy Spall, John Hawkes and more!

The Edinburgh International Film Festival has been showcasing fantastic films from across genres and around the world for two weeks and Lee Hutchison shares his interviews from the second half of the festival. Due to adverts times are approximated... 00:01:20 - End of Sentence (John Hawkes & Elfar Adalsteins) 00:16:59 - Carmilla (Emily Harris) 00:36:48 - Alice (Josephine Mackerras) 00:51:26 - Masters of Love (Matt Roberts, Ciaran Dowd, Sarah Ovens & Owen Roberts) 01:14:17 - She's Missing...


174 - Edinburgh Film Festival Interviews with Danny Boyle, Richard Dreyfuss and more!

The Edinburgh International Film Festival has been showcasing fantastic films from across genres and around the world for a week already. In this episode Lee Hutchison and Dallas King share their diverse range of interviews with the writers, directors and talent of the festival so far. 00:01:08 - Astronaut (Richard Dreyfuss & Shelagh McLeod) 00:16:07 - Yesterday (Danny Boyle) 00:20:11 - Love Type D (Sasha Collington) 00:31:27 - The Captor (Robert Budreau) 01:00:12 - Emma Peeters (Nicole...


173 - Killing Eve

The second season of the award winning Killing Eve has left viewers wondering what could possibly come next for Mi5 agent Eve and assassin for hire Villanelle. Kim, Dallas and Lee look back at the series so far and share their thoughts on the characters, the story so far, representation in front of and behind the camera and hopes for season 3.


172 - Black Mirror Season 5 & Edinburgh Film Festival Preview

Black Mirror returns for its 5th season and Lee, Dallas and Kim come together to discuss the three stories from the mind of Charlie Brooker. They also preview the Edinburgh International Film Festival which launches next Wednesday.


171 - Booksmart & Coming of Age Movies

Prepare to get bashed! In a fun way, like consensually bashed with Kim Morrison, Dallas King and Lee Hutchison as they share their love for Olivia Wilde's directorial debut, Booksmart and pick out their top 3 favourite coming of age films. ​


170 - Marina Sirtis & Andrew Keates on 'Dark Sublime'

Lee Hutchison and Dallas King review Rocketman and pick their 52 Films By Women recommendations for the week. Lee is then joined by theatre director Andrew Keates and Marina Sirtis (Star Trek: The Next Generation) to talk about their upcoming West End play, Dark Sublime. Oli arrives at the door of Marianne (Sirtis), a fading jobbing actress. He’s impatient to make an impression, to make a friend. Marianne knows about waiting – for her turn at something more substantial than a half-remembered...


169 - A Robert Pattinson Stan Podcast

Dallas King and Lee Hutchison review John Wick 3: Chapter 3 - Parabellum and discuss the potential of Robert Pattinson becoming The Dark Knight and look at the reaction online to the news which as always was incredibly measured...


168 - Fleabag, Chris McQueer's Hings & A Marvellous Roadtrip

Lee Hutchison and Dallas King are once again joined by Kim Morrison to discuss Phoebe Waller-Bridge's masterpiece, Fleabag, ahead of it's second season arriving on Amazon Prime USA this Friday. We review Chris McQueer's Hings which have adapted from book to small screen and are now screening on BBC iPlayer. We also share our experiences of a road trip to St Abbs in the Scottish Borders which doubled as New Asgard in Avengers: Endgame.


167 - All Good Things...

Marvel Cinematic Universe producer Kevin Feige spoke before the release of Avengers: Endgame that he had been inspired by the series finale of Star Trek: The Next Generation, All Good Things... Dallas King and Lee Hutchison cast their eye over the parallels between the two epics and look at what Marvel might have drawn from one of the most classic finales of all time. We also look at the curious case of Snowpiercer's eventually UK release and some infuriating trends in film distribution.


166 - Scot's on America's Ass

Lee Hutchison and Dallas King are joined by Kim Morrison to discuss Avengers: Endgame.


165 - [REDACTED]'s Noble End

On the eve of Avengers: Endgame being released, people all round the world are going into lockdown, logging off social media, muting hashtags and doing all they can to be spoiled before they catch the film. Lee and Dallas share how they avoid spoilers, look back at how their attitudes towards it have changed over the years and how some twists have broken through. We also review Shazam! and Greta and share more 52 Films By Women recommendations.


164 - Hey Guys! It's Lee & Dallas! Back With Another Podcast.

Lee and Dallas finally discuss Eighth Grade and their reactions to the latest hit from A24 and we have an interview with its writer/director Bo Burnham. Dallas shares his experiences of watching movies in India, the Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer reaction and we continue our 52 Films By Women coverage. GUCCI!


163 - The Best of Stephen King & Pet Sematary

Dallas King, Kim Morrison and Lee Hutchison review the latest Stephen King story to receive the remake treatment, Pet Sematary and pick their top five favourite Stephen King moments from film, television and literature.


162 - An Interview With Skye Borgman (director of Abducted in Plain Sight)

Lee Hutchison is joined by director Skye Borgman whose Netflix documentary 'Abducted In Plain Sight' has had people debating and arguing about its subject matter for months now. Skye talks about her early inspirations, her career as a cinematographer, the lack of female representation in the film industry, the making of Abducted In Plain Sight and the popularity of the True Crime genre. Follow Skye on Instagram, Facebook and...


161 - The Post-Scream Slasher

After the success of Scream in 1996, the slasher genre was back in the mainstream. Lee Hutchison and Kim Morrison discuss five very different slasher movies that followed Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, Halloween H20: 20 Years Later, Urban Legend, Cherry Falls and Valentine. Check out Kim's writing at


160 - What's Your Favourite Scary Movie?

Lee Hutchison is joined by horror blogger Kim Morrision to discuss the legacy of the Scream movie series. We look at the casting, characters, iconic imagery, the rules and it's impact on the genre that made this such a breakout franchise. Check out Kim's writing at &


159 - Higher, Further, Faster: Captain Marvel Review

Lee and Dallas discuss the latest but first Marvel Cinematic Universe romp to have a female lead as it continues to break records all around the world. We also review Fighting With My Family, Little Italy and Border.


158 - Bo Burnham Interview & Glasgow Film Festival '19 Reviews

After another year of record breaking attendances and an incredibly diverse selection of films, the 2019 Glasgow Film Festival came to an end on Sunday. Lee Hutchison and Dallas King review the films they watched at the festival, events attended and share their experiences. Dallas also interviews comedian and writer/director of Eighth Grade, Bo Burnham from the red carpet of the Scottish premiere.