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PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Nerds With Words Podcast. Welcome Back, Collateral Cinema Fans! On This Episode, We Attempt To Remove The Stain Of Our Previous Episode, With A Deep Dive Into One Of 2016's Funniest & Most Action-Packed Marvel Superhero Movies: Tim Miller & Ryan Reynold's Deadpool! But Before That, We Pay Tribute To One Of The Great Icons Of Geekdom & Entertainment in General, The Amazing Stan Lee. We Memorialize His Many Contributions To Our Culture, And Celebrate The Vast Legacy He Left Behind-Especially His Much Beloved Cameo Appearances in Marvel Films-That Influenced So Many Around The World. Afterwards, We Discuss The Many Awesome Aspects Of Deadpool, Including The Insanely Funny Writing, The Intense Action Set Pieces, The Many Fourth Wall Breaks, The References To Other X-Men & Marvel Movies, And, Of Course, The Love & Passion That Ryan Reynolds Put Into Bringing This Character To LIfe, So Sit Back, Fry Up A Chimichanga, And Join Collateral Cinema For The Ultimate Analysis Of This Classic Film! Collateral Cinema Is On iTunes, Chill Lover Radio, Spotify, YouTube, Stitcher, Google Play, Wordpress, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram And Patreon. (Collateral Cinema Is An LCompany Production. Intro Song Is A License-Free Beat By Roger Plexico. All Music & Movie Clips Are Owned By Their Respective Creators; Please Don't Sue Us, We're Poor!)
Title: Monty Python and the Holy Grail Directors: Terry Gilliam, Terry Jones (also, over 76,000 llamas and individuals of llama-related species) Producers: Mark Forstater, Michael White Writer: Monty Python Starring: Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones, Michael Palin Release date: 3 April 1975 (UK) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: 2 Girls On A Bench SHOWNOTES: Greetings to all cinephiles everywhere! On this pre-break episode of Collateral Cinema, we decided to focus on something decidedly more light-hearted after our anniversary episode, so we threw on Monty Python and the Holy Grail, rolled up some blunts, and dove straight into the absurdist humor, political and religious satire, witty and memorable dialogue, outrageously funny and legendary scenes, amazingly well-acted performances, and highly original direction by Gilliam and Jones. We also cover the themes of existential absurdism, and recap how Holy Grail laid the groundwork for many generations of comedians and writers that make up modern comedy, and also go off on some tangents of our own! So grab your favorite smoke, charge up thy holy hand grenade, and come with us, as we celebrate this important and seminal film! Collateral Cinema is on iTunes, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by Roger Plexico. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Die Hard Director: John McTiernan Producers: Lawrence Gordon, Joel Silver Writers: Jeb Stuart, Steven E. de Souza Starring: Bruce Willis, Alan Rickman, Alexander Godunov, Bonnie Bedelia Release date: July 15, 1988 (US) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: The IMDB Journey Podcast (@imdbjourney) SHOWNOTES: Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and Happy Festivus to all! Hosts Beau, Robert, Ash, and Dakota ring in the holiday season with our discussion on the classic 1988 Christmas/action epic Die Hard, starring Bruce Willis, the late and great Alan Rickman, Reginald vel Johnson, Bonnie Bedilia, and many, many others. We talk about the legendary production of this movie and the book that inspired it, the many iconic action set pieces and locations throughout, the amazing cast of actors that gave this film its charm, the oftentimes loose and jovial humor of the screenplay, and the timeless musical score, and then we lay out the five main elements that make Die Hard a Christmas movie as described by Renegade Cut (@renegadecut). Also, we'd like to take this opportunity to thank all of our wonderful followers on social media, the awesome podcasts that support us, the awesome platforms that picked us up, (Chill Lover Radio and Lofty TV Radio) and each and every one of our listeners—without you, there would be no Collateral Cinema. Beau, Robert, Ash and Dakota wish you and yours a Happy Holidays and a prosperous New Year! See you all in 2019! Collateral Cinema Can Be Found on iTunes, Spotify, And Wherever You Find Your Podcasts. We Also Have Podbean Patron & Patreon, So If You Like What You Hear, Become A Patron & Give Us A Boost! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro Song is a License-Free Beat by Roger Plexico. All Music & Movie Clips Are Owned By Their Respective Creators & Are Used For Educational Purposes; Please Don't Sue Us, We're Poor!)
Title: The Fifth Element (Le Cinquième Élément) [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Luc Besson Producer: Patrice Ledoux Writers: Luc Besson (screenplay/story), Robert Mark Kamen (screenplay) Stars: Bruce Willis, Gary Oldman, Ian Holm, Chris Tucker, Milla Jovovich Release date: May 7, 1997 PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Mike, Mike, and Oscar (@MMandOscar) SHOWNOTES: Aziz! Lights! Collateral Cinema delves into another cult classic: the 1997 French sci-fi action film from Luc Besson—The Fifth Element! For the first time on the show, we have both the Maddox bros. and the Chancellor bros. teaming up to deliver our thoughts on a phenomenal favorite, including the deep lore and rich mythology built into this story Besson started writing at 16, the memorable caricature performances, and the elaborate science fiction sets. Grab your multipass and strap in for the ride! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies and plan more to come! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: The Disaster Artist [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: James Franco Producers: James Franco, Vince Jolivette, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver Writers: Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber Stars: James Franco, Dave Franco, Seth Rogen, Alison Brie, Ari Graynor, Josh Hutcherson, Jacki Weaver Release date: December 8, 2017 (US) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Christian and Damon's Amazing Nerd Show SHOWNOTES: Welcome back podphiles and cinephiles! As we hinted at previously on our episode featuring The Room, we finally got around to watching and analyzing the 2017 comedic drama/movie-making biopic The Disaster Artist, and we fully admit to nerding out hardcore over this one. As everyone knows, we were huge fans of Tommy Wiseau's legendary so-bad-its-awesome flick, and we could totally feel the sheer love and fandom displayed here by the Franco brothers and every single actor that made this hilarious adaptation of Greg Sestero's and Tom Bissel's landmark peek behind The Room's production. We discuss the journey this story made to be on the silver screen, James and Dave Franco's amazingly adept performances of Tommy and Greg, the uncannily awesome recreations of key scenes from The Room, the many liberties taken with the actual story from the book, and how this movie has become an indispensable companion piece to The Room itself. We hope you join us for our dive into The Disaster Artist, and feel free to leave us a comment and rate/review us! Also, introducing for the first time on this podcast, new host Dakota Chancellor, brother of our own Ashley Chancellor! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, Podcoin, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by Roger Plexico. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Deadpool Director: Tim Miller Producers: Simon Kinberg, Ryan Reynolds, Lauren Shuler Donner Writers: Rhett Reese, Paul Wernick Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin, Ed Skrein, T. J. Miller, Gina Carano, Brianna Hildebrand Release date: February 12, 2016 (US) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Nerds With Words Podcast SHOWNOTES: Welcome back, Collateral Cinema fans! On this episode, we attempt to remove the stain of our previous episode with a deep dive into one of 2016's funniest and most action-packed Marvel superhero movies: Tim Miller's and Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool! But before that, we pay tribute to one of the great icons of geekdom and entertainment in general, the amazing Stan Lee. We memorialize his many contributions to our culture, and celebrate the vast legacy he left behind—especially his much beloved cameo appearances in Marvel films—that influenced so many around the world. Afterwards, we discuss the many awesome aspects of Deadpool, including the insanely funny writing, the intense action set pieces, the many fourth wall breaks, the references to other X-Men and Marvel movies, and, of course, the love and passion that Ryan Reynolds put into bringing this character to life. So sit back, fry up a chimichanga, and join Collateral Cinema for the ultimate analysis of this classic film! Collateral Cinema is on iTunes, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by Roger Plexico. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: It Chapter Two [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Andy Muschietti Producers: Barbara Muschietti, Dan Lin, Roy Lee Writers: Gary Dauberman (screenplay), Stephen King (novel) Stars: Jessica Chastain, James McAvoy, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, Jay Ryan, James Ransone, Andy Bean, Bill Skarsgård Release date: September 6, 2019 (US) While getting ready for Season Three, Collateral Cinema visited our local theater once more to see the newly released film adaptation of the 1986 classic novel by Stephen King and sequel to the 2017 hit film: It—that is, we watched It Chapter Two and gave our thoughts on the supernatural horror movie still fresh in our minds! Does "IT" live up to its cinematic predecessors, both Chapter One and the 1990 miniseries? Do we even all agree on that? You can only find out by listening to our spoiler-free review! And afterward... stay afloat for our Season Premiere on Suicide Squad next week! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by Roger Plexico. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Featured Indie Movie Review: Autumn Never Dies [Wikipedia] [IMDb] PROMO: Trial by Error Variety Show (@tbevarietyshow) Welcome, listeners, to the not-too-distant future somewhere in time and space, where hosts Beau and Robert hang out on the Satellite of Love and list their top 5 all time favorite episodes of one of the greatest television series ever made: Mystery Science Theater 3000! From the ridiculousness that is Pod People, to the undeniable swagger of Joe Don Baker's Mitchell, we tackle 5 amazing episodes of MST3K goodness! After that, we review the brand-new comedy/drama short Autumn Never Dies, sent to us by way of Suited Caribou Media (@SuitedCaribou) as part of our ongoing Indie Movie review series; will we like what we see? Stick around to find out! You can find both Collateral Cinema and the Director's Cut on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, iHeartRadio and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also follow us on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook, subscribe to us on YouTube, and look for us on Patreon and Podchaser. (Collateral Cinema Director's Cut is an LCompany Production. Intro/outro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Foodfight! [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Lawrence Kasanoff Producers: George Johnsen, Lawrence Kasanoff, Joshua Wexler Writers: Lawrence Kasanoff (story & screenplay), Joshua Wexler (story), Sean Catherine Derek (screenplay), Brent Friedman (screenplay), Rebecca Swanson (screenplay) Stars: Charlie Sheen, Wayne Brady, Hilary Duff, Eva Longoria, Larry Miller, Christopher Lloyd Release date: June 15, 2012 (UK) SHOWNOTES: Hello Collateral Cinema listeners! Due to extenuating circumstances, Beau, Robert, and the guys are taking a breather this episode cycle. But fear not: we have new content for your earholes! On this exclusive, free-this-time-only episode, we give Lawrence Kasanoff's Foodfight! the reaming it so definitely deserves. We take on every single bit of shoddy writing, questionable casting decisions, and infinitely quotable scene of awkward silliness! So join us in real time for this free episode; future commentaries will be for patrons only! We thank all our patrons for their support; more commentaries and other content will be arriving here very soon, so stay tuned for more from Collateral Cinema, the only movie podcast that matters! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by @DarkSunn. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: House of the Dead [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Uwe Boll Producers: Uwe Boll, Wolfgang Herold, Shawn Williamson Writers: Mark A. Altman (screenplay & story), Dave Parker (screenplay), Dan Bates (story) Starring: Jonathan Cherry, Tyron Leitso, Clint Howard, Ona Grauer, Enuka Okuma, Will Sanderson, Kira Clavell, Michael Eklund, Sonya Salomaa, Ellie Cornell, Jürgen Prochnow Release date: October 10, 2003 (US) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Victims and Villains (@VctmsAndVillans) SHOWNOTES: We did say we would focus on good movies, BAD movies, AND everything else in-between, right? Well, folks, here is another bad movie review to behold and laugh our asses at the ridiculousness of it all: Uwe Boll's 2003 film adaption of the arcade game House of the Dead. The truth is, while it is cinematically awful on multiple levels, we truly enjoyed ourselves watching this and also discussing Uwe Boll's unique filmography, the distinctively cheesy action scenes in this flick, HOTD's frequent and ineffectual visual callbacks to the light gun arcade game series, and the hilariously bad dialogue and narrative that define the movie. Grab your arcade guns and choice of inebriating substances—a LOT of inebriating substances... and enjoy the ride! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, Podcoin, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by Roger Plexico. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Suicide Squad [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: David Ayer Producers: Charles Roven, Richard Suckle Writers: David Ayer, John Ostrander (comic) Stars: Will Smith, Jared Leto, Margot Robbie, Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Jay Hernandez, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Ike Barinholtz, Scott Eastwood, Cara Delevingne Release date: August 5, 2016 (US) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Black Girls Do Stuff Too! (@BlkGirlsDoStuff) SHOWNOTES: Welcome to Collateral Cinema Season Three! We wanted to start off with something a little more contentious: Beau, Robert, Ashley, and Dakota don't actually agree on how we feel about the 2016 DCEU superhero (or supervillain) movie Suicide Squad, directed and written by David Ayer! Which of us wholeheartedly agrees with the generally negative critical consensus? Which of us feels there's something of value here to be apologists for? Which of us just likes that custom-made Joker car? Listen to find out! This Season Premiere, Collateral Cinema discusses the questionable cinematography, well-chosen but not-so-well-implemented soundtrack, mixed-reception casting, and the problematic reshooting and editing process that happened in the production of Suicide Squad. We also make comparisons on the part of Jared Leto's Joker performance against the many others (including Joaquin Phoenix' recent portrayal in the standalone titular movie), as well as this movie as a whole to its obvious Marvel counterpart and cinematic adaptation inspiration Guardians of the Galaxy from James Gunn—and on that note, predictions of where Gunn will take the announced sequel/soft reboot The Suicide Squad set in the DC Extended Universe, in addition to what we expect from the upcoming sequel Birds of Prey! There's a lot to dig in here, and a lot to harp on in this film, but most importantly, did we have fun talking about it? Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies and plan more to come! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Fire in the Sky [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Robert Lieberman Producers: Joe Wizan, Todd Black Writer(s): Tracy Tormé (screenplay), Travis Walton (book) Stars: D. B. Sweeney, Robert Patrick, Craig Sheffer, Peter Berg, James Garner Release date: March 12, 1993 (US) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Ghosts of the Stratosphere (@gotstratosphere) PROMO: Podcoin – The Podcast Player That Pays (www.podcoin.com) SHOWNOTES: In Collateral Cinema's penultimate Season Two episode, Beau and Robert explore the biopic sci-fi mystery film Fire in the Sky, directed by Robert Lieberman and based on Travis Walton's novel The Walton Experience. Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, Podcoin, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by Roger Plexico. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Up In Smoke [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Directors: Lou Adler, Tommy Chong (uncredited) Producers: Lou Adler, Lou Lombardo Writers: Tommy Chong, Cheech Marin Stars: Cheech Marin, Tommy Chong, Strother Martin, Edie Adams, Stacy Keach Release date: September 15, 1978 PROMO: Trial by Error Variety Show (@tbevarietyshow) SHOWNOTES: Happy 4/20, movie fans and podcast enthusiasts! We team up with local fellow podcaster and friend Chazzle Dazzle from the Trial by Error Variety Show to give you our thoughts on a perennial stoner film (if not the ORIGINAL stoner film): Cheech & Chong's Up In Smoke! I would write about what we talked about, but we were so stoned I honestly don't remember. Just check it out. Click play. Go. Why are you still reading this? It's INTERNATIONAL WEED DAY. Puff, puff (but don't pass because we're social distancing right now), and let's get it going! If you think you got the full story here, think again! Chaz is posting the 'cast from his perspective on the Trial by Error Variety Show. Check it out on Apple Podcasts here! You can find both Collateral Cinema and Trial by Error on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also follow us on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook, subscribe to us on YouTube, and look for us on Patreon and Podchaser. (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Titles: Super Troopers [Wikipedia] [IMDb], Super Troopers 2 [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Jay Chandrasekhar Producer: Richard Perello Writer: Broken Lizard Stars: Jay Chandrasekhar, Kevin Heffernan, Steve Lemme, Paul Soter, Erik Stolhanske, Brian Cox, Marisa Coughlan, Rob Lowe (Super Troopers 2) Release date: February 15, 2002 (Super Troopers); April 20, 2018 (Super Troopers 2) SHOWNOTES: What up, stoners? Collateral Cinema is back with Part 2 of our 4/20 Holiday Special, where hosts Beau and Robert head out to our local cinema on #420day to witness the first run release of Broken Lizard's brand new sequel to the 2001 police/stoner comedy Super Troopers. We had a blast getting blazed out and watching Super Troopers 2 for this episode, and we also have a lot of fun discussing both films, as well as the rest of Broken Lizard's filmography. In the discussion part of the episode, we give a short breakdown of the first film, talk about our overall experience seeing ST2 at the movies, and we give a spoiler-free review of the new movie! So come with us, as we go down the rabbit hole that is Super Troopers 2! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, Podcoin, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, support us on Patreon, where you can find exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by @DarkSunn. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Chasing Molly [IMDb] Director: Josh Sutherland Producers: Shelley Pack (executive), Josh Sutherland (executive) Writers: Shelley Pack (story & screenplay), Josh Sutherland (story) Stars: Kurt Angle, Shelley Pack, Jim Cashman Release date: May 7, 2019 (US) SHOWNOTES: As Collateral Cinema's Season Two comes to a close, we revisit our indie film reviews in a 2019 independent movie we were approached to review! Beau, Robert, and Ash discuss Chasing Molly, directed by Josh Sutherland and written by Shelley Pack. Ms. Pack herself messaged us and asked us to review this comedy with elements of crime action. We delve into the many solid performances by the cast, unhinged humor, and pleasantly quick pacing. Enjoy the spoiler-free discussion, and stay tuned for our Season Finale episode on The Princess Bride! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, Podcoin, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by Roger Plexico. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Audition (オーディション Ōdishon) [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Takashi Miike Producers: Satoshi Fukushima, Akemi Suyama Writer: Daisuke Tengan (screenplay), Ryu Murakami (novel) Stars: Ryo Ishibashi, Eihi Shiina Release date: March 3, 2000 (Japan) SHOWNOTES: On the pilot episode of Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast, hosts Beau Maddox and Joseph Cantu take on the disturbingly effective 1999 horror/romance/drama flick Audition by Japanese cinema master Takashi Miike. We explore Miike's filmography, discuss the crazier side of Japanese extreme cinema, tackle the intense themes of familial vs. romantic love throughout the film, and just all-around analyze this fascinating work. Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, Podcoin, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, support us on Patreon, where you can find exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by @DarkSunn. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Gummo [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: Harmony Korine Producers: Scott Macaulay, Robin O'Hara, Cary Woods, Nifty da Saurus Writer: Harmony Korine Stars: Linda Manz, Max Perlich, Jacob Reynolds, Chloë Sevigny, Jacob Sewell, Nick Sutton Release date: October 17, 1997 SHOWNOTES: Welcome to our rural American nightmare, Collateral Cinema listeners! That's right, hosts Beau, Robert, and Ash go back to the 90s arthouse, as we explore Harmony Korine's (@harmfulkorine) classically disturbing 1997 debut, Gummo. This film challenged us in many, many ways; with it's unique approach to cinematography, complete lack of a three-arc story structure, use of non-actors for realistic impact, stream of consciousness script writing, and the nightmarish dive into the depravity and emptiness of the American dream. This movie is peircing, haunting, disturbing, and unlike anything else released before or since; join us, as we barely scratch the surface of this twisted American psycho-drama, and take a trip with us into the dark underbelly of the American Zeitgeist. [Trigger Warning: some clips may contain homophobic language. Listener discretion is advised.] Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, Podcoin, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we will have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies soon! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat by @DarkSunn. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Gone in 60 Seconds [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: H. B. Halicki Producer: H. B. Halicki Writer: H. B. Halicki Stars: H. B. Halicki, Eleanor, Marion Busia, Jerry Daugirda, James McIntyre, George Cole, Ronald Halicki, Markos Kotsikos Release date: July 28, 1974 (US) PODCAST SHOUTOUT: The Christie Gee Podcast (@misschristiegee) SHOWNOTES: Welcome back, Collateral Cinema fans! Our resident "car guy" Robert Ortegon has picked out another influential film of the "car chase" genre: the 1974 original Gone in 60 Seconds, directed, produced, and written by H. B. Halicki! Beau, Ash, and Dakota join Robert in discussing this independent action movie well known for the 93 destroyed cars during the filming of its record-holding 40-minute car chase scene, as well as the 2000 remake it inspired (starring Nicolas Cage and Angelina Jolie). We talk the direction of Halicki—a car lover with no prior experience in filmmaking, the cinematography, the use of actual car wrecks and real bystanders during filming, and of course, the cars (including famous Ford Mustang "Eleanor"). We even compare and contrast this title with its remake and other car movies at length! If you enjoy Collateral Cinema, stay tuned for our "Miikeversary"—that's right, folks; we'll be focusing on Takashi Miike's Visitor Q in time for our third anniversary! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies and plan more to come! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Service Animal [IMDb] Director: Wendy Pennington (@WendyPenningtn) Producer: Wendy Pennington (executive) Writer: Stuart Glass Stars: Wendy Pennington, Sharon Garrison, Steve Corder Release date: June 1, 2019   Title: White Christmas [IMDb] Director: Jeff Kanew (@JeffKanew) Producers: Camryn Kanew, Jeff Kanew Writer: Camryn Kanew Stars: Camryn Kanew, Keith Aaron Jarvis, John Colella Release date: May 21, 2019   Title: Ramel Carter [IMDb] Director: Chris H. Greene Producers: Louie Pizzle (@Louiepizzle), Greg Packs (executive) Writer: Louie Pizzle Stars: Louie Pizzle, Chris H. Greene, Cienna Jade, Jelani Jeffries, Spencer Du Boff, Darren Holmquist, Justin Parker, Lionel Sylvestre Release date: November 9, 2018   Title: Eyes Open [IMDb] Director: Jawed J.S. Producer: Jawed J.S. Writer: Jawed J.S. Star: Angela Bell Release date: September 12, 2019 (CA)   SHOWNOTES: Collateral Cinema was contacted by multiple directors, writers, and producers participating in the 2019 Los Angeles FirstGlance Film Festival (@FirstGlanceFilm), and we decided to review a few at a time! In the first of two parts focusing on FirstGlance Films, we analyze four short films: Wendy Pennington's Service Animal (2019), Jeff Kanew's (Revenge of the Nerds) White Christmas (2019), Chris H. Green's and Louie Pizzle's Ramel Carter (2018), and Jawed J.S.'s Eyes Open (2019). We love to celebrate indie filmmakers, and we hope you enjoy this episode and go support these guys! Stay tuned for Part 2, where we'll delve into a few feature-length movies at the festival! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies and plan more to come! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker [Wikipedia] [IMDb] Director: J. J. Abrams Producers: Kathleen Kennedy, J. J. Abrams, Michelle Rejwan Writers: J. J. Abrams (screenplay/story), Chris Terrio (screenplay/story), Derek Connolly (story), Colin Trevorrow (story) Stars: Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill, Adam Driver, Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Anthony Daniels, Naomi Ackie, Domhnall Gleeson, Richard E. Grant, Lupita Nyong'o, Keri Russell, Joonas Suotamo, Kelly Marie Tran, Ian McDiarmid, Billy Dee Williams Release date: December 20, 2019 (US) Collateral Cinema is kicking the New Year off with another At the Movies episode on the divisive final entry of the Star Wars sequel trilogy and the Skywalker Saga—Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker! J. J. Abrams once again takes the helm at the conclusion of Disney's Star Wars films, boldly wrapping up every numbered episode of the saga as a whole. Given the controversy surrounding Rian Johnson's story decisions in The Last Jedi, how does Abrams' direction here make or break the sequel movies as a whole? How does this part of the Star Wars canon fare amongst the pop culture legacy? Beau, Robert, and Ash reveal our answers to these questions and more regarding Episode IX in this special episode of Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies and plan more to come! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Title: The ButterCream Gang Director: Bruce Neibaur Producer: Forrest S. Baker III (executive), Don A. Judd Writer: Forrest S. Baker III (screenplay) Stars: Jason Johnson, Michael D. Weatherred, Brandon Blaser, Jason Glenn, Scott Wilkinson, Stephanie Dees, Otto J. Mileti III, Kathryn Little, Miranda Brook Chivers, Leo Ware, Ivan Crosland, Hazel Cox as the Widow Jenkins, Jack Pinette, Ryan Radebaugh, Teri-Lisa Mulligan Release year: 1992 PODCAST SHOUTOUT: Overthinking It Podcast (@overthinkingit) SHOWNOTES: Are you ready, ladies and gentlemen? Are you ready to experience the full power of ButterCreaming, of Jesus, MAGA, Trump, carrots, mayonnaise, helping the Widow Jenkins, and rural white privilege? Are you ready to ButterCream HARD? That's right, folks, when Collateral Cinema ButterCreams, we come ALL the way!!! And that's why we're ready to present to you the 1992 video epic that is The ButterCream Gang, produced by Feature Films for Families! Welcome to a small Christian town in the country where minorities don't exist, the local priest acts as the Little League coach, and helping people is a way of life for the titular gang of boys. Featured on Cinema Snob, this film is infinitely quotable and delightfully bad in the best of ways. We hope to indoctrinate you into the ButterCream Gang as you laugh alongside us at the absolute whiteness of this movie! Remember kids, ButterCreaming isn't just about helping people out or whatever... it's about having fun. Also, fuck the Widow Jenkins!! Collateral Cinema is on Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also, find us on Patreon; we have exclusive full-length commentaries on our favorite movies and plan more to come! (Collateral Cinema is an LCompany Production. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Titles: Best F(r)iends: Volume One, Best F(r)iends: Volume Two [Wikipedia] Director: Justin MacGregor Producers: Greg Sestero, Justin MacGregor, Kristopher MacGregor Writer:  Greg Sestero Stars: Greg Sestero, Tommy Wiseau, Kristen StephensonPino, Vince Jolivette, Paul Scheer, Rick Edwards (fuck yeah!) Release dates: March 30, 2018 (Volume One), June 1, 2018 (Volume Two) PROMO: Too Many Captains (@ItsaFilmPodcast) SHOWNOTES: If you've been listening to us for awhile, then you will be no stranger to our love for The Room and everything Tommy Wiseau- and Greg Sestero-related. Therefore, we believe there was no movie more fitting to end another season of Collateral Cinema on than the dark comedy thriller film marking the 15-year reunion of Tommy and Greg: Best F(r)iends. We dive right into both volumes as we dissect the duo's on-screen chemistry, parallels to their relationship in real life, the many references to the beloved cult classic, Sestero's ability to write a script playing to his friend's strengths and fully utilizing Wiseau as an actor, and Rick fucking Edwards (fuck yeah!)! We are so thankful top our listeners and fellow podcasters for an amazing Season Three, and can't wait to share our upcoming content with you all! Stay tuned for our Season Premiere on Neil Breen's Fateful Findings in October, followed by our Halloween special on Night of the Living Dead. See you in Season Four! You can find both Collateral Cinema and Collateral Gaming on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, iHeartRadio and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also follow us on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook, subscribe to us on YouTube, and look for us on Patreon and Podchaser. (Collateral Cinema and Collateral Gaming are LCompany Productions. Intro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Happy 4/20 from Collateral Cinema Director's Cut! We hope to help you get through your quarantine during the 4/20 holiday, with our top five list of our favorite all-time movies to smoke lots of weed to! After that, we continue the smoke session with a Random Movie Review of Andrea Biancha's classic Italian zombie horror classic Burial Ground, or Nights of Terror, so load your bowls, twist up your sweets, and chillax with us for #420! You can find both Collateral Cinema and the Director's Cut on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, iHeartRadio and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also follow us on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook, subscribe to us on YouTube, and look for us on Patreon and Podchaser. (Collateral Cinema Director's Cut is an LCompany Production. Intro/outro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
Greetings, Director's Cut Listeners! Hosts Beau and Robert decided to throw caution in the wind on this episode, and give everyone our recommendations for some of our most liked movies from our personal collections. From crazy scatological Yugoslavian art films, to uplifting hair metal biopics, we share movies from our collections that bring us no small amount of joy and entertainment, and we do hope you check out each and every film we list here, so have a listen, and track these movies down! You can find both Collateral Cinema and the Director's Cut on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Chill Lover Radio, iHeartRadio and wherever else you get your podcasts. Also follow us on Twitter/Instagram/Facebook, subscribe to us on YouTube, and look for us on Patreon and Podchaser. (Collateral Cinema Director's Cut is an LCompany Production. Intro/outro song is a license-free beat. All music and movie clips are owned by their respective creators and are used for educational purposes only. Please don’t sue us; we’re poor!)
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Feb 4th, 2018
Latest Episode
Aug 5th, 2020
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