36 episodes

Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends Podcast! We're two dudes who really love film. Join us as we watch stuff, then talk about it.

Celluloid Fiends Celluloid Fiends

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0 • 9 Ratings

Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends Podcast! We're two dudes who really love film. Join us as we watch stuff, then talk about it.

    Jeremiah Johnson (1972)

    Jeremiah Johnson (1972)

    Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends podcast! Hosts Moe Long (Tech Up Your Life, Cup of Moe) and Wes Clifton (W.D. Clifton, Brentwood) discuss 1972 Western "Jeremiah Johnson." directed by Sydney Pollack and starring Robert Redford, "Jeremiah Johnson" is based on Mountain Man by Vardis Fisher and Crow Killer by Raymond W. Thorp and Robert Bunker. The 1972 epic film tells the story of legendary mountain man John Jeremiah Johnson. 
    With gorgeous scenery, a deliberate plot, solid acting, and an excellent soundtrack, "Jeremiah Johnson" is a unique Western romp.
    Follow the Celluloid Fiends: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
    Follow Moe: Twitter, Instagram, Linktree
    Follow Wes: Instagram, Twitter

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Henry V (1989)

    Henry V (1989)

    Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends podcast! Hosts Moe Long (Tech Up Your Life, Cup of Moe) and Wes Clifton (W.D. Clifton, Brentwood) review the 1989 Kenneth Brannagh-directed "Henry V." Adapting William Shakespeare's beloved play of the same name, Brannagh's directorial debut is both a faithful recreation and unique project with a grim tone. 
    Phenomenally well acted, Brannagh stars as the titular King Henry V with the likes of Ian Holm, Derek Jacobi, Brian Blessed, Judi Dench, Emma Thompson, and Christian Bale peppering the star-studded cast. Listen as Moe and Wes talk Brannagh's "Henry V," discuss Shakespeare's influence on cinema, and talk favorite Shakespearean movie adaptations. 
    Follow the Celluloid Fiends: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
    Follow Moe: Twitter, Instagram, Linktree
    Follow Wes: Instagram, Twitter

    • 1 hr 18 min
    Silent Night Deadly Night (1984)

    Silent Night Deadly Night (1984)

    Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends podcast! Hosts Moe Long (Tech Up Your Life, Cup of Moe) and Wes Clifton (W.D. Clifton, Brentwood) discuss the 1984 cult classic horror film "Silent Night Deadly Night." The Charles Sellier-directed Christmas slasher is controversial and seasonal. Moe and Wes chat "Silent Night Deadly Night," Xmas and holiday horror, plus more!
    Follow the Celluloid Fiends: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
    Follow Moe: Twitter, Instagram, Linktree
    Follow Wes: Instagram, Twitter

    • 1 hr 33 min
    He Walked By Night (1948)

    He Walked By Night (1948)

    Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends podcast! Hosts Moe Long (Tech Up Your Life, Cup of Moe) and Wes Clifton (W.D. Clifton, Brentwood) discuss the 1948 noir classic "He Walked By Night." The Alfred L Werker-directed police procedural crime thriller was loosely based on the real-life criminal Erwin "Machine-Gun" Walker. Actor Jack Webb, while working on "He Walked By Night," was inspired to create the successful radio program "Dragnet," which morphed into a TV series and movie. Listen as Moe and Wes break down "He Walked By Night" and its influence on the police procedural, from "Dragnet" to "Law & Order." Plus, we talk favorite noir flicks and more!
    Follow the Celluloid Fiends: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
    Follow Moe: Twitter, Instagram, Linktree
    Follow Wes: Instagram, Twitter

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Night of the Living Dead (1968)

    Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends podcast! Hosts Moe Long (Tech Up Your Life, Cup of Moe) and Wes Clifton (W.D. Clifton, Brentwood) discuss the 1968 CLASSIC "Night of the Living Dead." The '68 George A. Romero directed "Night of the Living Dead" wasn't the first zombie movie ever, however it re-defined the zombie genre forever. Since then, "Night of the Living Dead" spawned a string of sequels, spin-offs, and homages including "Dawn of the Dead," "Day of the Dead," and "Return of the Living Dead."
    Follow the Celluloid Fiends: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
    Follow Moe: Twitter, Instagram, Linktree
    Follow Wes: Instagram, Twitter

    • 1 hr 23 min
    Angels in the Outfield (1994)

    Angels in the Outfield (1994)

    Welcome to the Celluloid Fiends podcast! Hosts Moe Long (Tech Up Your Life, Cup of Moe) and Wes Clifton (W.D. Clifton, Brentwood) discuss the 1994 Walt Disney family sports film "Angels in the Outfield." Loosely based on the 1951 film of the same name, "Angels in the Outfield" is a true gem of a movie with a ridiculously talented case featuring many stars before they were famous. From its endearing qualities to marvelous performances, this baseball flick knocks it out of the park. 
    Follow the Celluloid Fiends: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram
    Follow Moe: Twitter, Instagram, Linktree
    Follow Wes: Instagram, Twitter

    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

StephenKingRulesPodcast ,

A must-have for any film fanatic!!!!

These guys have one heck of a great podcast! Their rich backlog of discussions has made me look forward to my commute. They cover a lot of gems both well-known, and some obscure! Five stars all the way!

Pumpkin Smasher 3000 ,

Celluloid Cream Dream!

This podcast is a celluloid fiends ultimate cream dream supreme! Great conversations and a great variety of film choices. Don’t listen to that Mooviecow lameo review - both Gabe & Moe sound like great guys! Mooviecow has only written one other review and it was severely disliking The Blair Witch Project ...what true Celluloid Fiend doesn’t like TBWP?!? Keep up the great work guys, can’t wait for more episodes!

Mooviecow ,

Great podcast (1 slight problem though)

This podcast is amazing! The banter is great and the discussion is even greater. I do have one problem with this podcast though. The one guy Moe seems like a great guy however I’m not to sure about the other one, Gabe. I don’t know what it is about him but.. he seems like the kind of guy that would screw you over in a board game sending you back to start and leading to your ultimate demise. Even though you were creaming everyone at the start. Subscribe! You won’t be disappointed (unless you play board games with Gabe.)

Top Podcasts In TV & Film