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In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the poll results for Die Hard versus speed, the upcoming movies for the next full episode, and talks a bit about the genius that is Get Out, which she recently had the pleasure of rewatching for the first time since seeing it in the theatre.
In this mini episode recorded on Halloween, Amanda discusses the follow-up polls for All the President's Men and Spotlight, introduces the movies for the next full episode, and raves about the new Halloween film and the show The Haunting of Hill House (yes, it's a show, but for the Halloween mini it felt appropriate).
In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the follow-up polls for Bring it On versus Pitch Perfect, introduces the movies for the next full episode, talks about how the movies for the podcast are picked and what the polls are, and complains about the movie The Nun.
This is our second mini episode, arriving late because I've had some medical issues! In this mini, I talk briefly about the poll outcome for The Thing versus The Exorcist, I give a little bit of background info on the upcoming movies for November, and I try a new segment talking about movies I've seen recently. As always, suggestions and feedback are welcome!
In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the poll results for Citizen Kane and Casablanca, the upcoming movies for the next full episode (which were mentioned at the end of the last episode, but are given the mini episode treatment here), and gives brief only minorly spoilery mini review of Coco.
In this episode, Amanda discusses the follow-up poll for The Blues Brothers and Wayne's World, talks about the upcoming film pairing for the next episode, and gives her thoughts on several films she has watched recently: Sorry to Bother You, Mandy, BlackKklansman, Bird Box, Incredibles 2, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Tomb Raider, and Dumplin'.CWs: mentions of suicide, ableism, racism.
In this mini episode, Amanda breaks horror films down into different subgenres and discusses some of her top picks from each. We apologize for the delay of the full episode--Leigh had a pet emergency and Amanda was entirely consumed with being a bridesmaid in a wedding.
In this episode, Amanda and Leigh discuss 2014 award season darlings Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) and Whiplash. Note: there's about a two-minute segment where the audio gets warped. We don't know what happened. Apologies to your ears.CWs: Drugs, suicide/suicidal ideation, attempted rape, mental illness, infidelity, guns, domestic violence, misogyny, toxic masculinity, abusive relationships, blood, assault, fat shaming, homophobic slurs, bullying, extreme humiliation
In this late episode (Amanda had surgery this week), Amanda and Leigh two animated food-centric films, Ratatouille and Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Amanda is particularly angry and curse-heavy in this episode... about kids movies. CWs (non-exhaustive): food, sexual harassment, domestic violence, guns, sexual assault, fat shaming, obesity, sexism, classism, immigration, exploitation, toxic father/son relationships, violence against children
In this episode, Amanda and Leigh are joined by Jamie to discuss Bring It On and Pitch Perfect. CWs for this episode: homophobia/use of homophobic slurs, slut shaming, sexual assault, racism, classism, white savior, body shaming, fat shaming, eating disorders, toxic masculinity, antisemitism.TZPi4QU1rkgl52bMxDNx
In this episode, Amanda and Leigh discuss two film classics often in contest for the title of "best film of all time." Warning: Amanda curses *a lot* in this one.CWs for this episode: sexual assault, rape, sexual coercion, suicide, partner abuse, parental abuse, emotional abuse, physical abuse, Nazis, racism/minstrel depictions.
Episode 2 of our Film Club Face-Off is here! In this episode, we talk about John Carpenter's The Thing and The Exorcist.HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
A surprise mini episode as Leigh tries to restore his home's internet. In this mini mini, Amanda very, very briefly talks about seeing Black Panther as much as she could without feeling like she was giving away too much.
In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the follow-up poll for Ginger Snaps versus Jennifer's Body, skips the Love, Actually rant, and gives her thoughts on the movies Cam and Destination Wedding.
In this week's episode, Amanda and Leigh discuss two 1995 classics: Hackers and The Net. Both films are about the scary world of hacking and computing, and both tackle these issues, and the visuals of computing, in very different ways.
In this week's episode, Amanda and Leigh discuss two 1995 classics: Hackers and The Net. Both films are about the scary world of hacking and computing, and both tackle these issues, and the visuals of computing, in very different ways.
In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the poll results for E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the upcoming movies for the next full episode, and gives brief mostly non-spoilery overviews of two more Best Picture nominees, Lady Bird and The Shape of Water.She also has a surprise background visit from Alexa thanks to her forgetting about her bread baking in the oven, as well as some fun city sounds because she left her window open in her bedroom where she records. Amanda's brain is melted this week.
In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the poll results for Hackers versus The Net, the upcoming movies for the next full episode, and briefly mention some of her favorite unconventional holiday movies. She also discusses her least favorite holiday movie.
In this week's episode, Amanda and Leigh are joined by Nikko from the MBMBaMino's Film Appreciation Group to discuss Die Hard versus Speed! This podcast contains spoilers for both films, and also a segment on how Die Hard is of course a Christmas movie.
On our very belated episode, Amanda and Leigh discuss two romantic films, Love Jones and Love & Basketball! This podcast contains spoilers for both films. Apologies again for the delay. We had further technical difficulties delaying our actual recording, and then Amanda had a series of unfortunate events that prevented her from completing the editing in a timely fashion.
In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the poll results for Die Hard versus speed, the upcoming movies for the next full episode, and talks a bit about the genius that is Get Out, which she recently had the pleasure of rewatching for the first time since seeing it in the theatre.
In this mini episode, Amanda discusses the poll results for E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial and Close Encounters of the Third Kind, the upcoming movies for the next full episode, and gives brief mostly non-spoilery overviews of two more Best Picture nominees, Lady Bird and The Shape of Water. She also has a surprise background visit from Alexa thanks to her forgetting about her bread baking in the oven, as well as some fun city sounds because she left her window open in her bedroom where she records. Amanda's brain is melted this week.
In this episode, Amanda and Leigh discuss Tangerine and Moonlight, two highly acclaimed films about underrepresented and misrepresented communities. CWs: Transphobia, misogyny, transmisogyny, homophobia, racism, sex work, drugs, assault, physical abuse, hate crime, invalidating identities, emotional abuse, emotional manipulation, bullying.Note: We recorded this episode before the latest Scarlett Johansson casting controversy occurred (the one where she is being cast as a trans man). Further reading about these films from LGBTQIA+ community members (plus an interview with the trans actresses from Tangerine): https://www.autostraddle.com/a-trans-woman-of-color-responds-to-the-trauma-of-tangerine-301607/https://lgbtperspectives.com/2015/07/20/film-review-tangerine-hits-home-for-this-trans-movie-critic/https://www.autostraddle.com/tangerine-is-a-hilarious-beautiful-authentic-casts-trans-women-to-play-trans-women-leads-298065/https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/tangerine-stars-mya-taylor-kitana-810547https://www.out.com/armond-white/2016/10/21/moonlight-and-myth-pathetic-queerhttps://www.out.com/out-exclusives/2017/1/31/moonlight-revolution-black-queer-experience-comes-age-americahttps://www.ebony.com/entertainment-culture/moonlight-reviewhttps://www.theguardian.com/film/2016/oct/29/moonlight-movie-barry-jenkins-black-gay
Mini episode for Film Club Face-OffCovers: Poll numbers for Labyrinth versus The NeverEnding Story, info about upcoming films, desperate plea for feedback.
Our first Film Club Face-Off! Join us as we discuss Labyrinth versus The NeverEnding Story.This is the first attempt at a podcast experience. It is very unpolished. Please excuse the sound quality and the rough first try.
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Podcast Details

Started
Oct 31st, 2017
Latest Episode
Feb 20th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
44
Avg. Episode Length
38 minutes
Explicit
Yes
Order
Episodic

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