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Are you interested in how movies are made? Do you wonder how a film went from conception to completion? If so Verbal Diorama, hosted by Em, is the podcast for you!

Movies are tough to make, and Verbal Diorama is here to celebrate the coming together of teams of extraordinary cast and crew, bringing us movies that inspire us, delight us, make us laugh, make us cry and petrify us. This podcast discovers the stories behind the scenes, and proves how amazing it is that movies actually exist!

Welcome to Verbal Diorama. The podcast all about the history and legacy of movies you know, and movies you don't! Subscribe on your favourite podcast app, and enjoy new episodes every week.

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    • TV & Film
    • 4.9 • 37 Ratings

Are you interested in how movies are made? Do you wonder how a film went from conception to completion? If so Verbal Diorama, hosted by Em, is the podcast for you!

Movies are tough to make, and Verbal Diorama is here to celebrate the coming together of teams of extraordinary cast and crew, bringing us movies that inspire us, delight us, make us laugh, make us cry and petrify us. This podcast discovers the stories behind the scenes, and proves how amazing it is that movies actually exist!

Welcome to Verbal Diorama. The podcast all about the history and legacy of movies you know, and movies you don't! Subscribe on your favourite podcast app, and enjoy new episodes every week.

    Blade (1998)

    Blade (1998)

    Heroes Through the Decades ass kicks into the '90s, with Wesley Snipes' cool, charismatic badass vampire hunter - Blade!
    In 1971 the Comics Code Authority updated its code criteria, which had been in place since 1954, relaxing the rules on the depiction of horror in comics. For the first time, vampires were allowed in comic books. Marvel's first pseudo-vampire character, Morbius the Living Vampire sowed the seeds for the second; Blade the Vampire Hunter.
    Wesley Snipes was originally interested in making an adaptation of Black Panther before his attention was piqued with a movie adaptation of Blade. In many ways, it feels like the character of Blade was made for Wesley Snipes, and he not only decided to star in Blade, but also produce it through his production company Amen Ra Films. Snipes was literally and figuratively invested in this production.
    Snipes, along with writer David S. Goyer (who fought against studios trying to whitewash the character) and director Stephen Norrington, formed a trifecta of creative passion for Blade; for his story, the homage paid to Hong Kong action films and to make this story as bloody, gory and fun as it could be.
    Insert very '90s techno rave music here. IT'S BLOOD RAVE TIME!
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    • 58 min
    Batman (1989)

    Batman (1989)

    Heroes Through the Decades kapows into the 1980s, and is there any superhero as ubiquitous as Batman? Found in comics, in movies and TV, on lunchboxes, as toys and as one of the best-known silhouettes in the world, Batman's omnipresence in pop culture might be commonplace today, but while Batman was a hugely popular comic book series (and '60s TV show!), the Caped Crusader as we know him shifted into popular culture in 1989, not only with the release of this movie, but with BATMANIA!
    Batman was a movie built from the ground up for merchandising potential, and that famous black and yellow Batman logo adorned everything in the run-up to the release of this movie, including clothing, trading cards and bags. Teaser posters were stolen from bus stops and subway stations.
    Pre-production of Batman was long and arduous, with fan expectations at fever pitch, and when Michael Keaton's name was announced, 50,000 letters of complaint were sent to the production.
    This episode also pays its respect to the late Bill Finger, a man who was never originally credited for co-creating Batman, and it took a novelist and documentary filmmaker's persistence to get Finger the posthumous credit he deserved.
    I would love to hear your thoughts on Batman (1989) !
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    Livestream for the Cure 2022
    The 6th Annual Livestream for the Cure will take place May 19th - 21st over 45 hours, as creators from around the world come together to fight for hope - the hope of a future immune to cancer. Join me and other podcasters and content creators from across the world as we support Livestream for the Cure and raise $20,000 for the Cancer Research Institute. I'll be joining Nick on Livestream for the Cure on Saturday 21st May between 17:00-18:00 BST (12:00-13:00 Eastern US time / 09:00-10:00 Pacific US time).
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Superman (1978)

    Superman (1978)

    Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Verbal Diorama's Heroes Through the Decades miniseries, continuing into the 1970s!
    Whether you know him as Clark Kent, Kal-El, the Man of Steel, the Man of Tomorrow, or just as Superman, that famous tights-and-cape combo emblazoned with the S on his chest is a symbol of a lot of things:
    Hope, courage, freedom, love... truth, justice and the American way, and a movie with a rich history in comic books, that was made in part because of Zorro, and in another due to 1966's Batman.
    The late Christopher Reeve is perfectly cast as both Clark Kent and Superman, in a landmark superhero film by the late Richard Donner. Donner's personality clashes with father-and-son producers Alexander and Ilya Salkind led to him being fired from Superman II, despite him completing reportedly 75% of the sequel....
    I would love to hear your thoughts on Superman (1978) !
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    Livestream for the Cure 2022
    The 6th Annual Livestream for the Cure will take place May 19th - 21st over 45 hours, as creators from around the world come together to fight for hope - the hope of a future immune to cancer. Join me and other podcasters and content creators from across the world as we support Livestream for the Cure and raise $20,000 for the Cancer Research Institute. I'll be joining Nick on Livestream for the Cure on Saturday 21st May between 17:00-18:00 BST (12:00-13:00 Eastern US time / 09:00-10:00 Pacific US time).
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    • 1 hr 3 min
    Jason and the Argonauts (1963)

    Jason and the Argonauts (1963)

    In the first episode of my Heroes Through the Decades miniseries, I'm starting in the sixties, and the crowing jewel of Ray Harryhausen's stellar career, with his trademark glorious stop-motion creature set pieces, in a movie I grew up watching - Jason and the Argonauts. Jason may be the hero on-screen, but Harryhausen is the hero behind it.
    From its basis in the Greek myth of Jason and the Golden Fleece, to Ray Harryhausen's early career and the influence he had seeing King Kong (1933) to becoming the protégé of Willis H. O'Brien (the animator of King Kong), Harryhausen would end up surpassing his mentor in every way and became a one-man behemoth of Hollywood visual effects, influencing Peter Jackson, George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, amongst others.
    This episode was so much fun to put together and will definitely not be my last foray into the work of Harryhausen, a man who irrevocably changed Hollywood and defined the modern blockbuster in more ways than one.
    I would love to hear your thoughts on Jason and the Argonauts (1963) !
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    • 58 min
    A Scanner Darkly

    A Scanner Darkly

    What does a scanner see? Into the head? Down into the heart? Does it see into me? Into us? Clearly or darkly? I hope it sees clearly because I can't any longer see into myself. I see only murk. I hope for everyone's sake the scanners do better, because if the scanner sees only darkly the way I do, then I'm cursed and cursed again.
    Welcome to the 150th episode of Verbal Diorama, and an episode on two things this podcast is renowned for: animation and Keanu Reeves! Richard Linklater's 2006 movie A Scanner Darkly is based on the semi-autobiographical novel by Philip K. Dick, in turn based on his amphetamine addiction in the early '70s, and the resulting psychosis he experienced.
    Making A Scanner Darkly using interpolated rotoscoped animation was the ideal choice for a dystopian, drug-fuelled movie that's so disassociated with reality. The live-action portion of the movie was filmed without incident, but when it came to the animation, time and budgetary concerns would cause the original senior animation team to walk out six months into production. They wanted more time and more money to finish the project. Rather than grant them their wish, the producers would fire and replace them...
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    Theme Music: Verbal Diorama Theme Song
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    Mentioned in this episode:
    Livestream for the Cure 2022
    The 6th Annual Livestream for the Cure will take place May 19th - 21st over 45 hours, as creators from around the world come together to fight for hope - the hope of a future immune to cancer. Join me and other podcasters and content creators from across the world as we support Livestream for the Cure and raise $20,000 for the Cancer Research Institute. I'll be joining Nick on Livestream for the Cure on Saturday 21st May between 17:00-18:00 BST (12:00-13:00 Eastern US time / 09:00-10:00 Pacific US time).
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    • 43 min
    DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story

    DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story

    Warning. This episode contains jokes about balls. Lots of balls.
    Sports movies are ten-a-penny in Hollywood, sports comedies even more so. There's nothing funnier than a ball being flung in the vicinity of a person's face or private parts, let's be honest.
    But DodgeBall: A True Underdog Story is more influential than you might think. Not only is it a sharp satire of the fitness and health industry, but it also unofficially marked the creation of a real American professional dodgeball league, as well as reintroducing a sport seen as vicious and cruel to the general population, by some deft physical comedy showing the sport as indeed vicious and cruel, but also hilariously funny.
    Rawson Marshall Thurber's directorial debut is self-assured, witty and fun, and has the benefit of the association of Ben Stiller's production company. Despite his busy 2004 schedule, Stiller was very hands on, and White Goodman remains one of his funniest, and most quotable, characters.
    DodgeBall goes balls deep into an obscure, relatively unknown sport, so I do the same with this movie. Grab life by the balls and enjoy!
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    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

JoshyMcsquashy ,

Verbal Dioramazing

A great concept which is fantastically engaging, entertaining and informative.

Get yourself subscribed to this one

craigsg1 ,

Very interesting and fun

This was recommended by another great show (rewind movie podcast) so an episode of my favourite film Aliens came along I had to listen and I learnt a lot of things I didn’t know. Mainly about the pre history of the film but also takes about some different aspects than other podcasts so I will definitely go through the back catalogue and any new shows. Thank you for a great podcast.

ArbroathMackem ,

Hats off to Em

What a super show and the host Em really make it work so well. Great spread of films reviewed, well researched and covers lots of aspects other pods don’t. The host is easy to listen to and keeps you engaged throughout with her knowledge and enthusiasm. Very recommended.

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