21 episódios

Have Not Seen This takes an in-depth look at one film each week, hand-picked by that episode's guest. For them, it's a much-beloved film, and here we explore the movie and make the case for why nobody should be able to say "I have not seen this movie."

Have Not Seen This Rafe Telsch

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Have Not Seen This takes an in-depth look at one film each week, hand-picked by that episode's guest. For them, it's a much-beloved film, and here we explore the movie and make the case for why nobody should be able to say "I have not seen this movie."

    18. The Rules of Attraction (2002) with Sean Abraham Preston

    18. The Rules of Attraction (2002) with Sean Abraham Preston

    When The Rules of Attraction hit theaters in 2002, it was branded as a teen comedy, no doubt to capitalize on the success of stars like James Van Der Beek and Jessica Biel. The marketing couldn't have been more wrong. This is a dark film, but one that guest Sean Abraham Preston feels like not enough people have seen. We talk about why such a dark movie appealed to Sean, the nihilistic world of Bret Easton Ellis, and creating a life in Hollywood in this episode.Follow Rafe on Twitter.Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.Send feedback to havenotseenthis@gmail.com.Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or using the RSS Feed.Be a future guest on the show by filling out the form at havenotseenthis.podbean.comSean Preston's portfolio and podcast, Friends of the Friend can be found on his website. 

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    17. Rashomon (1950) with Nick Irvine

    17. Rashomon (1950) with Nick Irvine

    We go back to the far past in Japan for this week's pick, Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon. The movie explores a sequence of events from different perspectives and really plays with the power of the unreliable narrator and the concept of "truth" in a way contemporary audiences may not be used to. Don't let that dissuade you from seeing the movie, however. It's a classic that is completely worth your time, as is our conversation about it.Follow Rafe on Twitter.Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.Send feedback to havenotseenthis@gmail.com.Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or using the RSS Feed.Be a future guest on the show by filling out the form at havenotseenthis.podbean.comNick Irvine can be found on his podcast The Canyon Brats.

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    16. The Fifth Element (1997) with D.E. Medus

    16. The Fifth Element (1997) with D.E. Medus

    For a blockbuster film, The Fifth Element provides a surprising amount of jumping off points for discussion. Join Rafe and guest D.E. Medus as they discuss what it means for this film to be "another Bruce Willis movie," complain about spoilers in trailers, debate whether Leeloo is an empowering female figure, and determine what happened to Chris Tucker as he's faded from the screen.Follow Rafe on Twitter.Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.Send feedback to havenotseenthis@gmail.com.Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or using the RSS Feed.Be a future guest on the show by filling out the form at havenotseenthis.podbean.comD.E. Medus can be found on his podcast MedusPod.

    • 1h 15 min
    15. Scott Pilgrim vs the World (2015) with Mike from Talk'n Pops

    15. Scott Pilgrim vs the World (2015) with Mike from Talk'n Pops

    At first glance, Scott Pilgrim vs the World is a high octane film that pays tribute to video games and comic books in a near ADD presentation. Look at bit deeper, however, and you'll find some astute observations about love and the fragile nature of relationships. Rafe dives in deep this week with guest Mike from Talk'n Pops as they talk about collecting Funko Pops, dating, becoming the villain, and hipster culture.Follow Rafe on Twitter.Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.Send feedback to havenotseenthis@gmail.com.Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or using the RSS Feed.Be a future guest on the show by filling out the form at havenotseenthis.podbean.comMike can be heard on his podcasts Talk'n Pops and The Pawnee Public Forum.

    • 1h 9 min
    14. The Bishop's Wife (1947) with Laura Uber

    14. The Bishop's Wife (1947) with Laura Uber

    You know Miracle on 34th Street, or A Christmas Carol, or A Christmas Story, but somehow The Bishop's Wife is a holiday movie that has disappeared from the cultural lexicon despite its holiday content and multiple Oscar nominations. This week Rafe talks with guest Laura Uber about why this Cary Grant classic should not be forgotten, how hard it is not to compare it to another movie featuring a visiting angel, It's a Wonderful Life, (and why this movie might be better), and a bit of what life is like for those who choose to talk the path of Santa Claus. Merry Christmas everybody!Follow Rafe on Twitter.Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.Send feedback to havenotseenthis@gmail.com.Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or using the RSS Feed.Be a future guest on the show by filling out the form at havenotseenthis.podbean.com

    • 1h 10 min
    13. Leviathan (1989) with James Jackson

    13. Leviathan (1989) with James Jackson

    The late '90s saw one of the frequent waves of similarly conceived film projects, this time tackling supernatural threats in the underwater world: The Abyss, DeepStar Six, and this week's film Leviathan (not to be confused with the 2014 fishing village drama of the same name). How does Leviathan stack up against the other underwater threats of 1989? Why is it so hard for critics and fans to describe this film without referencing other movies? And how does Rafe deal with admitting he didn't like a movie very much? Follow Rafe on Twitter.Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.Send feedback to havenotseenthis@gmail.com.Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or using the RSS Feed.Be a future guest on the show by filling out the form at havenotseenthis.podbean.com

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