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Cinema SitDown is a movie review podcast that enjoys discussing the elements of cinema. We intend to entertain and enlighten as we discuss and debate the merits of current and classic films and their inspirations. Join us in our conversations as we delve into interesting aspects of film.

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    • 4.7 • 39 Ratings

Cinema SitDown is a movie review podcast that enjoys discussing the elements of cinema. We intend to entertain and enlighten as we discuss and debate the merits of current and classic films and their inspirations. Join us in our conversations as we delve into interesting aspects of film.

    An Interview with Rich Brownstein

    An Interview with Rich Brownstein

    Cinema SitDown interviews Rich Brownstein on episode 230. Mr. Brownstein is the author of Holocaust Cinema Complete: A History and Analysis of 400 Films and is easily one of the foremost authorities on Narrative Holocaust Films. He joins our co-hosts Richard Lusk and Ryan Bull via Zoom to breakdown and explain this fascinating genre.

    For more information visit - www.holocaustfilms.com

    To Buy a copy of Holocaust Cinema Complete - https://mcfarlandbooks.com/product/holocaust-cinema-complete/

    What did you think of today’s show? What questions do you wish the fellas had asked? Send in your thoughts by tweeting @CinemaSitdown, emailing CinemaSitDownpodcast@gmail.com, or messaging us on Facebook.com/CinemaSitDown

    This podcast would not be possible without the help and support of these individuals -

    -John Andersen, our announcer heard at the beginning and end of every podcast. John’s rich resonance conveys confidence, integrity and poise (everything ours don't). If you want him on your next audio project, find him at his website - www.andersenvoiceover.com or email him at Andersenvoiceover@gmail.com

    - The Degs, for providing the music that kicks off the show. Listen to the rest of "Shotgun" and their album Cliff Rocket by going to www.thedegs.bandcamp.com/album/cliff-rocket

    - Broke For Free, for providing the outro song "Something Elated". Listen to the rest of "Something Elated" from the album Something EP by going to www.brokeforfree.com

    • 50 min
    Gangs of New York - Cinema SitDown 229

    Gangs of New York - Cinema SitDown 229

    Cinema SitDown finishes their deep dive into the film’s of Martin Scorsese. For the third and final featured film, the fellas are reviewing Gangs of New York, the story of Amsterdam Vallon(Leonardo DiCaprio) return to the Five Points area of New York City seeking revenge against Bill the Butcher(Daniel Day-Lewis), his father's killer.

    What did you think of today’s show? Did the guys get it right or are you wondering what movie they watched? Send in your review by tweeting @CinemaSitdown, emailing CinemaSitDownpodcast@gmail.com, or messaging us on Facebook.com/CinemaSitDown

    This podcast would not be possible without the help and support of these individuals -

    -John Andersen, our announcer heard at the beginning and end of every podcast. John’s rich resonance conveys confidence, integrity and poise (everything ours don't). If you want him on your next audio project, find him at his website - www.andersenvoiceover.com or email him at Andersenvoiceover@gmail.com

    - The Degs, for providing the music that kicks off the show. Listen to the rest of "Shotgun" and their album Cliff Rocket by going to www.thedegs.bandcamp.com/album/cliff-rocket

    - Broke For Free, for providing the outro song "Something Elated". Listen to the rest of "Something Elated" from the album Something EP by going to www.brokeforfree.com

    • 34 min
    Goodfellas - Cinema SitDown 228

    Goodfellas - Cinema SitDown 228

    Cinema SitDown is doing a deep dive into the film’s of Martin Scorsese. For their second featured film, the fellas are reviewing Goodfellas; the story of Henry Hill and his life in the mob, covering his relationship with his wife Karen Hill and his mob partners Jimmy Conway and Tommy DeVito in the Italian-American crime syndicate. The film stars Ray Liotta, Joe Pesci, and Robert DeNiro giving some of the best performances of their careers.

    Next week, the fellas will be back to look at Scorsese’s 2002 film Gangs of New York .

    What did you think of today’s show? Did the guys get it right or are you wondering what movie they watched? Send in your review by tweeting @CinemaSitdown, emailing CinemaSitDownpodcast@gmail.com, or messaging us on Facebook.com/CinemaSitDown

    This podcast would not be possible without the help and support of these individuals -

    -John Andersen, our announcer heard at the beginning and end of every podcast. John’s rich resonance conveys confidence, integrity and poise (everything ours don't). If you want him on your next audio project, find him at his website - www.andersenvoiceover.com or email him at Andersenvoiceover@gmail.com

    - The Degs, for providing the music that kicks off the show. Listen to the rest of "Shotgun" and their album Cliff Rocket by going to www.thedegs.bandcamp.com/album/cliff-rocket

    - Broke For Free, for providing the outro song "Something Elated". Listen to the rest of "Something Elated" from the album Something EP by going to www.brokeforfree.com

    • 26 min
    Whose That Knocking at My Door - Cinema SitDown 227

    Whose That Knocking at My Door - Cinema SitDown 227

    Starting with episode #227, Cinema SitDown is doing a deep dive into the film’s of Martin Scorsese for the next three weeks. We kick things off with the director’s first film Who’s That Knocking at My Door. The film features a young Harvey Keitel as J.R. a young man in New York city wants to settle down and get married, but struggles to accept the secret hidden by his independent and free-spirited girlfriend.

    Next week, the fellas will be back to look at the 1990 Scorsese classic Goodfellas.

    What did you think of today’s show? Did the guys get it right or are you wondering what movie they watched? Send in your review by tweeting @CinemaSitdown, emailing CinemaSitDownpodcast@gmail.com, or messaging us on Facebook.com/CinemaSitDown

    This podcast would not be possible without the help and support of these individuals -

    -John Andersen, our announcer heard at the beginning and end of every podcast. John’s rich resonance conveys confidence, integrity and poise (everything ours don't). If you want him on your next audio project, find him at his website - www.andersenvoiceover.com or email him at Andersenvoiceover@gmail.com

    - The Degs, for providing the music that kicks off the show. Listen to the rest of "Shotgun" and their album Cliff Rocket by going to www.thedegs.bandcamp.com/album/cliff-rocket

    - Broke For Free, for providing the outro song "Something Elated". Listen to the rest of "Something Elated" from the album Something EP by going to www.brokeforfree.com

    • 33 min
    Bloopers Outtakes and Flubs - Cinema SitDown 226

    Bloopers Outtakes and Flubs - Cinema SitDown 226

    Cinema SitDown looks back at some of their best bloopers, outtakes and flubs over the last 100+ episodes. All of these clips have played at the end of an episode at some point in the show’s history. Many come from when the show was called LaF. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we enjoyed screwing up.

    Next week, Cinema SitDown is back with a three-part deep dive into the works of Martin Scorsese. For the first episode, the fellas will be reviewing the director’s first feature film Who’s That Knocking at My Door.

    What did you think of today’s show? Did the guys get it right or are you wondering what movie they watched? Send in your review by tweeting @CinemaSitdown, emailing CinemaSitDownpodcast@gmail.com, or messaging us on Facebook.com/CinemaSitDown

    This podcast would not be possible without the help and support of these individuals -

    -John Andersen, our announcer heard at the beginning and end of every podcast. John’s rich resonance conveys confidence, integrity and poise (everything ours don't). If you want him on your next audio project, find him at his website - www.andersenvoiceover.com or email him at Andersenvoiceover@gmail.com

    - The Degs, for providing the music that kicks off the show. Listen to the rest of "Shotgun" and their album Cliff Rocket by going to www.thedegs.bandcamp.com/album/cliff-rocket

    - Broke For Free, for providing the outro song "Something Elated". Listen to the rest of "Something Elated" from the album Something EP by going to www.brokeforfree.com

    • 30 min
    Animal Kingdom - Cinema SitDown

    Animal Kingdom - Cinema SitDown

    Cinema SitDown continues reviewing great films from the prepod days. Our hosts, Ryan Bull, Richard Lusk, and Tony Christ are looking back at some of their favorite films that they have never gotten the chance to talk about before on the podcast.. Episode 225 has the fellas reviewing Animal Kingdom starring James Frecheville, Guy Pearce, and Joel Edgerton.

    A seventeen year-old navigates his survival amongst an explosive criminal family and the detective who thinks he can save him. This modern-day crime classic is the most award winning film in Australian history.

    What did you think of today’s show? Did the guys get it right or are you wondering what movie they watched? Send in your review by tweeting @CinemaSitdown, emailing CinemaSitDownpodcast@gmail.com, or messaging us on Facebook.com/CinemaSitDown

    This podcast would not be possible without the help and support of these individuals -

    -John Andersen, our announcer heard at the beginning and end of every podcast. John’s rich resonance conveys confidence, integrity and poise (everything ours don't). If you want him on your next audio project, find him at his website - www.andersenvoiceover.com or email him at Andersenvoiceover@gmail.com

    - The Degs, for providing the music that kicks off the show. Listen to the rest of "Shotgun" and their album Cliff Rocket by going to www.thedegs.bandcamp.com/album/cliff-rocket

    - Broke For Free, for providing the outro song "Something Elated". Listen to the rest of "Something Elated" from the album Something EP by going to www.brokeforfree.com

    • 26 min

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