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Jim and Teal riff on movies, and the film-going experience. This podcast contains reviews of films, new and old, stories of seeing movies in the theater, and a focus on hidden-gem, specialty, or art films. It's a different show every episode.

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Jim and Teal riff on movies, and the film-going experience. This podcast contains reviews of films, new and old, stories of seeing movies in the theater, and a focus on hidden-gem, specialty, or art films. It's a different show every episode.

    Jess Lambert Sees Every Disney Movie Ever!

    Jess Lambert Sees Every Disney Movie Ever!

    This week our guest is Jess Lambert, star of Every Disney Movie Ever on Youtube. Jess tells us how she started her quest to see over 800 Disney movies, and Jim and Jess go in-depth on some 70s Disney movie classics. You don't want to miss this one folks.
    And catch up on all of Lambert's Disney reviews on her channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/JessLambert19
     

    • 1h 13 min
    Tim Roth: Man or Muppet? The Films of Mike Leigh

    Tim Roth: Man or Muppet? The Films of Mike Leigh

    This week's episode: A focus on the film's of Mike Leigh, including Meantime which features one of Tim Roth's earliest performances. Also, a tribute to John Saxon, Alan Parker, Ennio Morricone, and Wilford Brimley.

    • 1h 8 min
    Investigation of Two Citizens Above Suspicion: The Tale of Prospero's Books.

    Investigation of Two Citizens Above Suspicion: The Tale of Prospero's Books.

    The Year was 1992. The place: The Angelika Film Center on the corner of Houston and Mercer. Jim was a senior at NYU, and is his new roommate, Bill, was a junior. An innocent mid-week trip to the Greenwich Village art-house multiplex to see Peter Greenaway's latest offering, Prospero's Books took our humble narrators into some uncharted territory. Things started off innocently enough, but soon they'd get a bit hairy.
     

    One this week's episode of Stuff We've Seen, Bill Muir (aka, Bill from Queens) sits in for Teal once again. The goal of this installment was to discuss the films of Mike Leigh, but things quickly got off track with a request from Bill to hear some Jimmy impersonations. Then the Prospero's Book story kicks in, and well...take a listen and find out.
     

    There is so much to savor in this particular episode that Jim decided to split Bill's appearance into two-parts. So this week, the offering is the true movie-going tale of Jim and Bill, and two mystery cinema goers. Next week we'll have part 2 where Jim and Bill discuss Mike Leigh with an extended focus on Another Year and Meantime. So, if you wanted to do some prep work for next week, might we suggest you go to the Criterion Channel, and check out those films before the next show. In the meantime, get ready for another wild tale from the days of Jim's NYU film experiences.

    • 44 min
    Bring Me the Head of Pamela Voorhees

    Bring Me the Head of Pamela Voorhees

    Jason's mom has got it goin' on in this week's episode of Stuff We've Seen. Hear guest co-host, Michael McQuilkin (co-creator of The Hadron Gospel Hour) spin tales of headless camp menaces, night terrors, and ghost girls who live down wells in this trip down Drive-In memory lane.  With a sudden resurgence of going to the Drive-In's due to the pandemic shutting all of the movie theaters down, this episode is the perfect conversation to get you in the mood for those outdoor screenings.
     
    And, in the spirit of sub genre completionism, Michael and Jim talk the new Hulu film, Palm Springs, which is the latest time loop comedy offering starring Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti.
     
     

    • 1h 10 min
    Live From New York...It's Bill From Queens!

    Live From New York...It's Bill From Queens!

    This week finds Teal on assignment. Is he working on Kanye West's campaign? If so, he could be gone for the long haul. Or, he could be back next week. So who did Jim find to take Teal's place on the mic? Filling in this week is Bill from Queens. Longtime listener, first time guest host--Bill Muir.
     
    Bill and Jim have a long history, and they share some of that on the podcast. Bill also dabbled in filmmaking in the mid 90s, and Jim pokes his nose into that history too.
     
    Then its on to movies. Bill and Jim discuss the Tom Hanks WW2 action pic, Greyhound, streaming on Apple +. 
     
    So much to discuss in one show Jim knows Bill will need to return to talk about everything he wants to discuss with him.
     
    And don't miss Jim's new segment, Did She Deserve it? Where Jim asks the very important question--did Meryl Streep really deserve all of those 21 Oscar nominations? 

    • 1h 8 min
    Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee's Hangout Movie

    Da 5 Bloods: Spike Lee's Hangout Movie

    This week on Stuff We've Seen Jim and Teal discuss three films, starting with Spike Lee's latest, and one of his best, Da 5 Bloods. Now available to stream on Netflix, Spike Lee's gritty buddy, adventure/ Vietnam War reckoning film has laughs, tears, adventure, anger, friendship...you name it, and this film seems to have it. Jim and Teal both give it high marks.
    Also this week, Jim and Teal uncover a cult gem from 2019, director Peter Strickland's In Fabric. It is weird, atmospheric, and has loads of dark horror comedy. If you like films a bit on the weird side, this movie may be your new favorite.
    And if that wasn't enough to fill your movie lists, Jim also recommends Mike Leigh's 2010 film, Another Year, which is currently streaming on the Criterion Channel.
    Enjoy!

    • 1h 6 min

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