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Happily Cinemarried

A weekly Arts, TV and Film podcast
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Liz picked this horror debut feature by Remi Weekes about Sudanese refugees in England and the haunted house they are forced to stay in.  CW: language, war violence
Terry picked this erotic thriller remake of 1942's Cat People. We discuss what we hated and what we loved (well, what we liked is probably more accurate).  CW: language, violence, sex
Liz chose this iconic 80's horror film to review Halloween weekend. We discuss its possible allegories, symbolism, and of course, the "Poltergeist Curse".  CW: language, conversation about murder, drug use
Terry chose this horror cult classic that was director David Cronenberg's first feature length film. We discuss possible allegories and whether the film holds up today. CW: language, conversation about sexual violence, murder
Terry chose this horror cult classic that was director David Cronenberg's first feature length film. We discuss possible allegories and whether the film holds up today. CW: language, conversation about sexual violence, murder
Thanks to one of our patrons, Don, who asked us to review this World War 2 dark comedy written and directed by Taika Waititi (who also created the vampire mockumentary What We Do In the Shadows, a film we review exclusively for our Patreon!)  C
Terry's pick this time is a campy sci-fi adventure flick based on the 1930's comic strip.  CW: language, discussion about sexual innuendos and racism Twitter: @HCinemarried
Liz picked the highest grossing film of Terry's birth year because he hadn't watched it before. Did the classic tearjerker make us cry? Tune in to find out! CW: language, sex
Terry picked a biographical drama about Hustler magazine's founder that spans from his childhood to his first amendment fight against Jerry Falwell.  CW: language, sex, violence
Liz picked this horror thriller for one reason only: she loves horror and thrills. Did 1BR deliver? Tune in to find out what we think! CW: language, violence
Terry's pick this time around is a nostalgic cult classic based on Heavy Metal magazine. An animated film for adults featuring a classic 80's rock soundtrack, definitely don't let the kiddos watch this one! CW: language, sex, nudity
Liz chose this award-winning film by Spike Lee based on the true story of Ron Stallworth, a black detective who infiltrated the KKK in the 1970s. We talk about the book vs the movie, Spike Lee as a director, and the history of racism in America
Terry chose a superhero film that Liz had never seen before, and they discuss how it catapulted a multi-film franchise, CGI then vs now, and the comic books from which the films were adapted. CW: language
Liz picked this psychological horror movie, by the director of Stir Of Echos and starring Kevin Bacon & Amanda Seyfried, that ended up surprising us both by keeping us guessing until the end. CW: language, discussion about murder
Terry chose a film about his favorite author, Henry Miller, and the sexual escapades he had in 1930's Paris with his wife June and Anais Nin. We discuss the film vs their real lives, the NC-17 rating, and bucking sexual conventions, then vs now
Liz chose this sci-fi dramedy starring Asa Butterfield, Britt Robertson, and Gary Oldman. Along with our review of the film, we discuss its PG-13 rating, science fiction as a genre, and what's considered a "spoiler" in movie reviews. CW: langua
Terry picked this controversial Pedro Almodovar film because Liz hadn't seen it yet and he knew it would inspire a deep discussion about gender roles, sexuality in filmmaking, domestic violence, and relationship dynamics. CW: domestic violence,
A film based on the bestselling novel of the same name, Liz chose this one because Terry hadn't seen it yet and she knew there would be a lot for them to say. CW: language  
Terry picked a film by one of his favorite directors that was pivotal in inspiring his own life as an artist. We also discuss David Lynch's filmography a bit. CW: domestic violence, sexual assault, language
Liz picked her favorite Carl Reiner comedy in honor of his recent passing. We discuss which scenes we found the funniest, the flubs we caught, 80's teen comedies, and more! Twitter: @HCinemarried Facebook: @HappilyCinemarriedPodcast HappilyCine
Terry chose this gory action-packed popcorn flick based on DC Comics characters. Which one of us liked it and which one said they wished it was shorter? CW: language, violence Twitter: @HCinemarried Facebook: @HappilyCinemarriedPodcast
June is Pride Month, so Liz chose this award-winning true crime biopic about Brandon Teena, a young transgender man trying to be accepted in a rural Nebraska town. We examine trans awareness then and now, religion's role in anti-LGBTQ persecuti
Terry chose a Shudder Original psychological thriller for this episode. What would you wish for in a room that can give you anything?  Twitter: @HCinemarried Facebook: @HappilyCinemarriedPodcast
Liz picked a biopic that's part sports drama and part medical documentary, the true story about the doctor who discovered CTE in retired NFL players who'd passed away after battling mental illnesses and homelessness. Twitter: @HCinemarried Face
For our 50th episode, Terry decided it would be fun to list our top 10 favorite movies instead of picking a single film to review. We discuss (spoiler-free!) what criteria we chose for creating our lists and what each film means to us while cou
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