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We talk about all things in the magical world of mooooovies!

We talk about all things in the magical world of mooooovies!
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We talk about all things in the magical world of mooooovies!




#113 // Vertigo

Join us as we discuss 1958's Vertigo, putting a lid on our Alfred Hitchcock Directors Series! Did we go gaga over the purported "masterpiece" or did we see through its ruse? There's only one way to find out: throw yourself off a bell tower!

Duration: 00:57:03

#112 // Thor: Ragnarok, Rear Window

Step right up, boils and ghouls, for a rather creepy episode of the Cut Print Film podcast. This week our cauldron is bubbling over, starting with a review of the new Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Thor: Ragnarok. Then we dust off an old classic and play our Halloween-themed AMAZON-A-THON game. Who will win? The listener, of course. And finally we continue our journey into the Alfred Hitchcock directors series with a discussion about his 1954 film Rear Window. Tune in OR ELSE!

Duration: 01:17:06

#111 // Blade Runner 2049, Rebecca

Wake up! Time to podcast. This week we're taking a trip to the future with a spoiler-free review of Blade Runner 2049 and then kicking off a new Directors Series on Alfred Hitchcock, just in time for ALL HALLOWS EVE. We'll be discussing his first American film, 1940's gothic, verbose, and Oscar winning Rebecca.

Duration: 00:55:52

#110 // IT, TIFF 2017, Haywire

We've got a stacked deck on this episode of the Cut Print Film Podcast! First, we're discussing the highlights and lowlights of TIFF 2017, then we stare into the deadlights of the newly released box office juggernaut IT! Finally, we close out our Steven Soderbergh Directors Series with a high impact discussion on his 2011 film Haywire! Download this episode or we'll see you in the octagon!

Duration: 01:25:38

#109 // Summer Movies 2017, Solaris

Ladies and germs, the summer is drawing to a close and with it, we present a eulogy to the 2017 summer movie season. We give our picks for the best (and worst) films the summer has bestowed upon us and then blast off into our ongoing Steven Soderbergh Directors Series with a discussion on his 2002 cerebral sci-fi film, Solaris.

Duration: 01:10:39

#108 // Dunkirk, The Limey

On this episode we take the podcast world by land, sea, and air with a discussion on Christopher Nolan's latest film Dunkirk! Critics love it, but the internet has a contentious relationship with the director because people are "the worst." Then we focus our lenses on a brand new Directors Series, this time with Steven Soderbergh as our primary target. We discuss his 1999 film The Limey, starring Terrence Stamp, Peter Fonda, and Luis Guzman. Strap in, blokes - bollocks will ensue.

Duration: 01:00:08

#107 // Spider-Man: Homecoming, The Village

On this episode we venture beyond the border into the woods to discuss M. Night Shyamalan's 2004 film The Village. The film is considered the tipping point on the timeline of the director's career between his rise to fame and subsequent fall from critical (and box office) grace. What say we about this divisive film? Press play to find out. Also, 2/3 of us saw the brand-spankin-new MCU film Spider-Man: Homecoming. Does it websling or webSTINK? This very podcast holds the answers you seek.

Duration: 01:19:18

#106 // War for the Planet of the Apes, Signs

This week we bring you an exclusive SPOILER FREE review of the new summer BLEAKBUSTER, War for the Planet of the Apes. How heavy can a film about cartoon apes be? Tune in ot find out. Then we twist our way through another M. Night Shyamalan spooktacular with his 2002 film Signs. Does it hold up under scrutiny? There's only one way to find out. And as always, we see you off with 3 brand new movie recommendations to keep you warm at night.

Duration: 01:06:49

#105 // Wonder Woman, The Sixth Sense

It's time for M. Night Shyamalan to step up and run through the Directors Series Gauntlet as we discuss his 1999 breakthrough film The Sixth Sense. Is it a masterpiece? Is it an exercise in hubris? Does a bear shit in the woods? Who knows! Then, we get an advance review of the new entry in DC's troubles cinematic universe, Wonder Woman. Does she single-handedly save the DCEU? Does a bear abandon his wife and kids in the woods? Beats us!

Duration: 01:19:09

#104 // Alien: Covenant, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, The Master

Come join us as we close the book on our Paul Thomas Anderson Directors Series with a discussion about his 2012 film The Master. But first, we explore the new film from Ridley Scott, Alien: Covenant, and the latest Marvel effort Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Are they good, are they bad, and should you bother seeing them? We'll decide for you! And, as always, we recommend some out of this world movies to keep your appetite for film quenched until next time. 3:19 - Alien:...

Duration: 01:19:33

#103 // There Will Be Blood

We are oil men and we're here to discuss Paul Thomas Anderson's 2007 masterpiece There Will Be Blood. If you don't listen, we'll come to you, inside of your house, wherever you're sleeping, and cut your throat. But not until we recommend some great movies to watch! 4:29 - There Will Be Blood 1:05:52 - Movie Recommendations

Duration: 01:15:07

#102 // Colossal, Punch Drunk Love

We don our bright blue suits and kick off a new Directors Series on Paul Thomas Anderson, starting with his 2002 romantic comedy(?) Punch-Drunk Love. Plus, Anne Hathaway's new film Colossal hits select theaters this week and Chris Evangelista has some opinions about the film. And as always, we have some prime movie recommendations to share with all you lucky devils.

Duration: 00:59:35

#101 // The Matrix gets Rebooted, Rumble Fish

And so we put to rest another Directors Series, this being the conclusion of our Francis Ford Coppola discussions. We debate the merits of his 1983 film Rumble Fish, but only after digging through the Cut Print Film mailbag and discussing the wisdom behind Warner Brothers' just-announced reboot of The Matrix! Save some room for movie (and TV) recommendations, because they're what's for dessert. 3:02 - Cut Print Film Mailbag 14:57 - The Matrix gets rebooted 25:19 - Rumble Fish 53:20 -...

Duration: 01:02:18

#100 // Logan, Oscars 2017, Apocalypse Now

It's our centennial celebration at the Cut Print Film podcast and we're celebrating by discussing the 2017 Oscars! Who will win, who should win, and who got snubbed? Find out by downloading the episode, damnit! Then we uncover the unimaginable: a Wolverine movie that isn't terrible! It's true! Logan is the best superhero movie since The Dark Knight! Finally, we travel upriver and into the heart of darkness with a discussion about Francis Ford Coppola's 1979 masterpiece, Apocalypse Now. And...

Duration: 01:15:54

CutPrintFilm: Episode 99 // The Conversation

It's the shortest month of the year so we're giving you the shortest episode possible! Just kidding - we had some technical difficulties and lost the first half of the show. Not to worry, however, as we kick off a brand new Directors Series on Francis Ford Coppola which should tickle you pink. We have a CONVERSATION about his 1974 spy thriller The Conversation. Do you get it? It's a pun. And, lucky you, we find it in our hearts to recommend some great new movies as Old Man Winter roams the...

Duration: 00:49:09

CutPrintFilm: Episode 98 // Sundance Film Festival 2017, Killer Joe

Put on your puffy coats, it's time for the Sundance Film Festival! We discuss what we're most looking forward to debuting at the festival this year and then ski directly into some listener mail and Twitter replies! Then we stick a fork in our William Friedkin Directors Series with a conversation about his (at this time) final film, Killer Joe! Then sit by the fireplace with a mug of hot cocoa and feast your ears on our movie recommendations. 2:07 - Sundance Film Festival...

Duration: 01:07:56

CutPrintFilm: Episode 97 // The Most Anticipated Movies of 2017, Sorcerer

New year, new you, same old Cut Print Film Podcast! Start your year off right by writing into the show at and we'll read your letter on the air and answer any questions you may have - even the naughty ones! We turn our male gaze toward all the films we're looking forward to in 2017. You'll be shocked to find The Boss Baby missing from the list. Then we open up the old Cut Print Film mailbag and read some tweets from the rogues gallery. After the break we catch up...

Duration: 01:06:31

CutPrintFilm: Episode 96 // Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, The Best Movies of 2016, The French Connection

Happy Holidays! Want to win some movie soundtracks? Write us a 5 star iTunes review and we'll read your review on the air and and send two lucky winners some sweet sweet soundtrack swag! It's the end of the year as we know it and we feel terrible! But there's no better way to cure the holiday blues than endless movie talk, and boy do we have a show for you! We've got Rogue One talk, we've got the best movies of 2016, we've got a brand spanking new Directors Series on William Friedken....

Duration: 01:14:55

CutPrintFilm: Episode 95 // The Worst Movies of 2016, American Gangster

Happy Holidays! Want to give yourself a special stocking stuffer this year? Write to us at and we'll read your letter on the air and answer any questions you may have - even the naughty ones! As we begin to recap the year, we take the time to pay tribute to the very worst movies of 2016 (there were a LOT of them) and give them the beating they so deserve. Then, we put a bow on the Ridley Scott Directors Series with a conversation about his 2007 "biopic," American...

Duration: 01:09:10

CutPrintFilm: Episode 94 // Arrival, Blade Runner

Oh you lucky devil! Be the envy of your block by having your e-mails read on the podcast! Write to us at and we'll read your letter on the air and answer any questions you may have - even scandalous ones! It's a sci-fi bonanza on this episode as we discuss Denis Villeneuve's new film about aliens, Arrival! Then we set our phasers to "chat mode" and tackle Ridley Scott's 1982 film Blade Runner as part of our ongoing Directors Series. And of course we give ourpicks for...

Duration: 01:06:20

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