In this episode my sister Amanda and I discuss the Disney film, 'Bedknobs and Broomsticks'.
We also discuss Dr Who, whether the kids parents were dead, whether Brown survived the war, the trailer for 'Mama Mia 2' and of course, 'Mary Poppins'.
In this episode Jev and I discuss George 'Star Wars' Lucas' directorial debut, 'THX 1138'.
Expect conversation about the film 'Equilibrium', a minor character from 'The Sopranos' and the music video to Metallica's 'I Disappear'.
Breaking into the SpielbergPod archives, Kieran and I discuss Steve Spielberg's debut film (yeah, I said it) 'Duel'. We also talk about Tom Cruise running, putting ketchup on a cheese sandwich and John Carpenter's adaptation of Stephen King's 'Christine'.
(A rerelease of the debut episode of the SpielbergPod from 2015. But with exclusive extra bits).
In this episode my friend Jake and I discuss the Mel Brooks film 'Blazing Saddles'.
We also discuss a bunch of other things throughout the episode such as 'The Disaster Artist', the films of Steve Martin, dialogue in Quentin Tarantino films and misadventures trying to pass for a student.
Back with a bang, Easy Riders Raging Podcast returns to tackle a new decade - the 1970s. Considered by many to be THE decade, when it comes to quality filmmaking.
We begin with a discussion between Jev and I on a solid gold horror classic.... 'The Exorcist'.
With help from Quotal Recall, Theme Park Films, Beyond the Boxset, JOJcast and Flixwatcher, Kieran and I say goodbye to the 60's with an Oscars-style awards ceremony celebrating the best of the decade.
For our final film of the 1960s, we discuss the Billy Wilder classic, 'The Apartment'.
Along the way we discuss 'Mad Men', the youthful good looks of Alec Baldwin, the best ever Woody Allen film (according to me), Christmas Eve drinking, hypochondria, 'Almost Famous', Viennetta and work x-mas parties.
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In this episode I discuss the Stanley Kubrick films 'Spartacus' (about a slave-turned-gladiator who leads a revolt against the Romans) and 'Lolita' (about a man who becomes obsessed by a teenage girl).
Next episode: 2001!
In this solo episode I discuss the Woody Allen film 'Take the Money and Run', giving the film a British cast in Recastarama, talking about a underseen gem of a movie from Christopher Guest and discussing the issues surrounding talking about the work of Woody Allen.
In this episode Jake and I discuss the Burton/ Taylor classic 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?'
Along the way we discuss graffiti, Nicholas Cage doing Shakespeare, the brilliance of Julianne Moore, an all-dog version of this film ('Who's Afraid of Virginia Woof') and much more.
In this episode Kieran and I discuss the western classic, 'The Good, The Bad and The Ugly', the third part in Sergio Leone's 'dollars trilogy' starring Clint Eastwood.
Along the way we discuss Metallica, Deadwood, the Kill Bill films, cartridge pens and much more.