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The Hollywood Outsider

A TV, Film and Film Reviews podcast featuring Aaron Peterson
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The Hollywood Outsider is a weekly entertainment podcast where we discuss specific topics in film and TV, review current movies, interview independent filmmakers, and put our own spin on movies and television. Winner at the 2017 Podcast Awards for Best TV & Film.

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JOKER and Alternative Takes On Popular Characters
What popular character do you wish there was an alternative take on? With JOKER taking over theaters worldwide, we decided this was a prime time to debate whether or not it is ever acceptable to deviate from the source material and offer an alternative take on a popular character. Many people find this to be sacrilege, to even consider changing the motives or backstory of a firmly established character. But what if someone has a brilliant idea? Should they be hindered from realizing their vision simply because we're reluctant to change? After our normal show, we dive into the film itself, JOKER. For months, media outlets have been speculating and predicting various outcomes of the release to this Joaquin Phoenix starring take on the Clown Prince of Crime. No Batman, only Joker. Does it live up to the hype? Is this a direction we could use more of? We discuss the film in its entirety with our JOKER spoilercast. Also this week: a news roundup, John offers up a movie everyone seems to hate yet he loves with his "HOT TAKE", and more. Discussed on this episode (0:00 – 19:20) News Roundup | Hot Take | Upcoming Releases (19:21 – 46:15) From The Outside In: Alternative Takes On Popular Characters (46:16 – 1:22:17) JOKER Spoiler Discussion Email topic suggestions or episode reactions to feedback@thehollywoodoutsider.com Please support The Hollywood Outsider and gain immediate access to bonus content, including Patreon exclusive podcast content, by visiting Patreon.com/TheHollywoodOutsider Be sure to join our Facebook Group Join our Fantasy Movie League! Find our league, then use the password ‘buypopcorn’ Do your shopping via our Amazon Link!
1999 - A Year In Movies And Television
Was 1999 the greatest year in movies? Two decades ago, an absolutely hella fly year in entertainment took hold in 1999. Classics like The Matrix, Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, The Sixth Sense, The Mummy, The Blair Witch Project, and Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me hit theaters. Not to be outdone, Who Wants To Be A Millionaire, Angel, ER, Friends, Touched By An Angel, and Law and Order: Special Victims Unit took over our television sets. It was a prime time for entertainment. Much has changed since then, but what is even more interesting is how much remains the same. For this special episode, we’re not only going to look back at the year in film and television – complete with commercials and Breaking News segments direct from the year itself – we are going to settle the longstanding debate on if 1999 truly IS the greatest year in movie history! With the magic of technology and time travel, we hope you enjoy yet another in our annual series of Hollywood Outsider Time Capsule podcasts. Welcome back to 1999! Discussed on this episode (0:00 – 37:48) Opening | 1999 Related Movie and TV Discussion (37:49 – 46:43) What's This Movie | In Memoriam | The Top 10 of 1999 in Film and TV (46:44 – 1:30:40) From The Outside In: 1999 - A Year In Movies And Television (1:30:41 – 1:41:51) 1999 Sing-Out | Closing Listen to our previous Time Capsule episodes for 1987, 1988, and 1997 Email topic suggestions or episode reactions to feedback@thehollywoodoutsider.com Please support The Hollywood Outsider and gain immediate access to bonus content, including Patreon exclusive podcast content, by visiting Patreon.com/ TheHollywoodOutsider Be sure to join our Facebook Group Join our Fantasy Movie League! Find our league, then use the password ‘buypopcorn’ Do your shopping via our Amazon Link!
Life Skills Movies and TV Taught Us, Downton Abbey, and Rambo
What life skills have you learned from movies and television? The Karate Kid inspired millions to stand up to their bullies. You know what else it did? It taught people useful tools like waxing on, waxing off, and using chopsticks. Countless movies and TV shows have taught us so much over the years that it might be inconceivable to identify any one specific lesson we learned. But we're going to try anyway. On this week's episode of The Hollywood Outsider, original host Brian Williams returns to debate the crucial life lessons we've learned from years of watching movies and TV shows. From our childhoods to the ever present, from social to dating to survival skills, it's all on tap for a very fun discussion on the parents that lived inside our screens. Also this week: a news roundup, we discuss the emergence of Downton Abbey, and fan favorite "Sylvester Stallone" drops by to discuss and review Rambo: Last Blood with Aaron personally. Discussed on this episode (0:00 – 14:36) News Roundup (14:37 – 31:23) Reviews: Rambo: Last Blood, Downton Abbey | Upcoming Releases (31:24 – 1:00:15) From The Outside In: Life Skills Movies and TV Taught Us (1:00:16 – 1:05:52) Recommendations | Closing Email topic suggestions or episode reactions to feedback@thehollywoodoutsider.com Please support The Hollywood Outsider and gain immediate access to bonus content, including Patreon exclusive podcast content, by visiting Patreon.com/ TheHollywoodOutsider Be sure to join our Facebook Group Join our Fantasy Movie League! Find our league, then use the password ‘buypopcorn’ Do your shopping via our Amazon Link!
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Podcast Details
Started
Jul 31st, 2011
Latest Episode
Oct 9th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
564
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours
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Yes

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