Warning: There's more profanity here than there are rats in that big bush by the 72nd street red line stop. The Finleys talk about three movies in which NYC has a co-staring role: The Naked City (1948), Shadows (1959), and Manhattan (1979).
Warning: They burned the library in Alexandria for less profanity than this! The Finleys yack about a couple of classic films from Egyptian director Youseff Chahine: Cairo Station (1958) and Jamilia, the Algerian (1958).
Warning: People... people who need profanity... (will love this podcast!) The Finley boys are joined by writer and all-around funny girl Michelle Patton as they discuss Funny Girl (1968), What's Up Doc? (1972), and The Way We Were (1973).
Warning: The profanity here is heavier than Grandma Vladlena's borscht! The Finleys have a sometimes contentious, sometimes enlightening discussion about two Vertov films: Man with a Movie Camera (1929) and Enthusiasm! (1931). Please support us on Patreon.
Warning: The Profanity is Coming, The Profanity is Coming! In this episode, the Finley boys talk about the great Alan Arkin and two of his films: The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming (1966) and The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1968). Please support us on Patreon.
Warning: these guys use a frightening amount of profanity! The Finley ghouls discuss four classic horror films: The Wolf Man (1941), Eyes without a Face (1960), The Haunting (1963), and The Changeling (1980). STAY TUNED for a special segment at the end! In it, Joseph's granddaughters review Night of the Living Dead (1968). That segment begins at 45:38 . Please consider supporting us on Patreon.
Warning: These guys use f@*%ed up language! The Finleys discuss three films staring Jack Lemmon: The Apartment (1960), The Fortune Cookie (1966), and Save the Tiger (1973). IF YOU LIKE OUR SHOWS, CONSIDER SUPPORTING US ON PATREON.
Warning: If foul language were jazz, these guys would be Miles Davis! The Finleys have a little talk about two films staring the great jazz singer, Abbey Lincoln: Nothing But a Man (1964) and For Love of Ivy (1968).
Warning: You try to take away our profanity and it'll have to be from our cold, dead hands. The Finleys discuss (argue about) two Charlton Heston flicks: The Agony and the Ecstasy (1965) and Soylent Green (1973) Please join us at: www.patreon.com/finleysonfilm
Warning: The profanist of profanity. The Finleys talk about two films from pioneer Hollywood actress, Dolores del Rio: Bird of Paradise (1932) and Accused (1936). We know... Joseph's mic is louder than Tom's on this one. That's good or bad news, depending who you ask.