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Following a long absence (let’s call it an extended break), the Sordid Cinema Podcast made its return, with a new format that sees hosts Ricky D and Patrick Murphy taking a look at some of their favorite films over the years that may have flown under the radar for some audiences. This new version of the show focuses more on discussion and less, on reviews, and examines the selections from a multitude of angles and breaks down what makes these films so special.

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Following a long absence (let’s call it an extended break), the Sordid Cinema Podcast made its return, with a new format that sees hosts Ricky D and Patrick Murphy taking a look at some of their favorite films over the years that may have flown under the radar for some audiences. This new version of the show focuses more on discussion and less, on reviews, and examines the selections from a multitude of angles and breaks down what makes these films so special.

    Podcast Demo: ’Free Flight’

    Podcast Demo: ’Free Flight’

    • 8 min
    Sordid Cinema Podcast #611: Is Nobody the Next John Wick?

    Sordid Cinema Podcast #611: Is Nobody the Next John Wick?

    Nobody Movie Review
    Nobody doesn’t break new ground for the action genre, but director Ilya Naishuller’s fight sequences and stunt choreography are so good— and Bob Odenkirk’s performance is so great— it’s essential viewing for any fan of action cinema. This week on the Sordid Cinema Podcast we review the bloody, crowd-pleasing, brutal, and never dull film, and debate if we would want to see a sequel or not. All this and more!


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    • 28 min
    After Dark: Is The Book of Boba Fett a Welcome Addition to the Star Wars Universe?

    After Dark: Is The Book of Boba Fett a Welcome Addition to the Star Wars Universe?

    The Book of Boba Fett Season One Review
    This week on After Dark, Marc Kariloff of The Nintendo NEXpress Podcast joined to talk about The Book of Boba Fett.


     


    With a lot of sand and a bit of pathos, Star Wars is finally telling the story of Boba Fett’s days after falling in the Sarlacc pit… at least for the first few episodes of Disney+’s The Book of Boba Fett. Created by Jon Favreau and featuring episodes directed by Robert Rodriguez and Bryce Dallas Howard, The Book of Boba Fett is an identity crisis running at hyper speed, splitting its focus between Boba Fett and The Mandalorian – and noticeably tipping its hand to which iconic bounty hunter Dave Filoni, Favreau and company are more interested in. Rancours, Darksabers, and Frank Oz jokes – The Book of Boba Fett has it all, and provides an entry into a wide-ranging discussion on the series itself, and the current state of Star Wars canon. (Also, Randy and Ricky should really watch Star Wars: The Clone Wars?)


     


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    • 1 hr 14 min
    Sordid Cinema Podcast Rewind: Sreamathon

    Sordid Cinema Podcast Rewind: Sreamathon

    After an 11-year gap, Wes Craven and Kevin Williamson’s megabuck meta-slasher Scream franchise came back with the fourth installment in 2011, and to mark the occasion, Ricky D, Justine Smith and Simon Howell went back and dissect the original trilogy (in complete and spoiler-filled detail) before tackling Scream 4, which was reviewed in both non-spoiler and very, very spoiler-y format. This recording comes from episode 268 of the Sordid Cinema Podcast (formerly known as Sound On Sight).


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    • 1 hr 34 min
    Sound On Sight Podcast Rewind: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

    Sound On Sight Podcast Rewind: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    Following up from our epic Lord of the Rings ‘cast, Ricky D and Simon Howell had to find a way to keep the ante high to discuss The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. They could think of nothing better than to rope in one of their very favorite critics – and first-time guest – Nick Schager (Slant Magazine, Time Out NY, The Village Voice) to dissect the movie and its attendant technological advances in detail. Discussed: dwarf psychology, videogame aesthetics, 48 frames per second, and Dead Alive.


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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Sordid Cinema Podcast Rewind: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

    Sordid Cinema Podcast Rewind: The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

    The Lord of the Rings Trilogy Review
    With The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey looming, we faced a problem: how do we tackle Peter Jackson’s epic, 11-hour (if we go by Extended Editions) Lord of the Rings saga without going insane? Ricky D and Simon Howell decided the best course of action was to double down. In this episode, they’re joined by Tolkien fiend Kate Fulzick of the Televerse podcast and Steve Prokopy a.k.a. Capone of Ain’t It Cool News to consider the entire trilogy as a unified entity, as well as weighing the films’ lasting impact on movie and geek culture. This segment was recorded for episode 343 of the Sordid Cinema Podcast (formerly titled, Sound On Sight).


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    • 1 hr 19 min

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