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Ninja Scroll Movie Commentary – Collateral Cinema: Director's Cut!
Welcome back, Director's Cut fans! Tonight, hosts Beau and Robert provide commentary for the classic 1993 anime flick Ninja Scroll. This is one of the original anime from the 90s that pretty much gave western audiences their first taste of bloody, gory animated violence and sex that Japan is known for, so queue up a copy of Ninja Scroll wherever you may find it, and hang out with us!
Collateral Gaming x Collateral Cinema Kombat Special: NetherRealm’s Mortal Kombat 11 (SPOILERS)
In the final part of our collaborative Kombat Special with Collateral Gaming—Ashley, Zachary, and Megan discuss the latest installment of the klassic fighting game series: NetherRealm Studios' Mortal Kombat 11! How does it compare against its predecessors or the new film? Find out in this special episode from the Collateral Media Podcasts!
Ep 52: Michael Herz' & Lloyd Kaufman's Toxic Avenger w/ Special Guest Michael Cornwell – Collateral Cinema Movie Podcast (SPOILERS)
Hello citizens of Tromaville! We were joined by longtime friend of the podcast Michael Cornwell, to celebrate the 37th anniversary of one of cinema's most endearing indie/horror/exploitation icons of all time: the legendary Toxic Avenger! We get into the world of Troma, discuss the hilarious journey Melvin takes in becoming Tromaville's greatest hero, and we revel in all the insane practical gore and irreverant humor that makes this movie so absolutely beloved by fans of trashy cult cinema! So watch out for open barrels of toxic waste, and join our discussion on this amazingly fun, yet hilariously revolting indie classic!
At the Movies Edition: Simon McQuoid's Mortal Kombat (2021) – Collateral Cinema x Collateral Gaming Kombat Special (Spoiler-Free)
The Collateral Media Podcasts unite once again, this time for a spoiler-free review of the latest video game movie adaptation, now showing in theaters and HBO Max: MORTAL KOMBAAATTT!!! That's right, ladies and gentlemen; Collateral Cinema and Gaming team up to discuss the hyped cinematic reboot of the classic video game franchise. How does it compare to the original 1995 film adaptation? Where does it stand among video game movies? Ash, Beau, and Zach endeavor to indulge you!
Collateral Cinema 4/20 Special: Kevin Smith's Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (SPOILERS)
Snoochie Boochies, y'all! We once again celebrate our all-time favorite stoner holiday, by finally diving into the View Askewniverse with one of the last truly great weed movies of our time: Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back! As always, we get down on a few bowls of the Devil's Lettuce, as we discuss the influential Kevin Smith movies that came before this, the many characters and references to said movies (Clerks, Mallrats, Chasing Amy, and Dogma), and how this movie helped shaped our attitudes regarding weed and Internet movie fandoms. So twist up a blunt, jam some Morris Day and the Time, and hang with us for the 4/20 holiday!
WrestleMania Edition: Beyond the Mat Movie Review – Collateral Cinema: Director's Cut!
It's WrestleMania time, listeners! Hosts Beau and Robert celebrate the biggest night in sports entertainment, by giving a quick overview of this year’s main event matches and winners, as well as a review of the incredibly nostalgic 1999 wrestling documentary Beyond the Mat. This film is an absolute time capsule, which shows us a moment in the business that you just had to be there in order to appreciate its magnitude. From Attitude Era WWE, to the meteoric rise of the hardcore ECW company with their first pay-per-view, this movie will lay bare everything that our favorite wrestlers go through to put on a decent show; so grab yourself a beer, kick back, and revel in the spectacle that is Wrestlemania!
Fun and Chill
Definitely one of my favorite episodes are the ones are The Room related. You can tell that the hosts enjoyed each other's company a lot and :)
A Fantastic Movie Show!
As a recent convert, I had the pleasure of checking out their episode on Katsuhiro Otomo's Akira, one of my favorite films. That's as good an episode to start with as any. These folks really dug into the history of the film, from its manga form to its film and production. They tackled themes and meaning, the beauty of the animation and more. This is exactly what you want in a film podcast: depth. That the hosts are also pretty funny folks is just the icing on the cake.
Give this show a good listen. You'll love it.
TBE reviews CCMP
I’m honestly not much of a movie nerd, but I love movie podcasts. Well, podcasts in general, but love the movie commentary/review lane in particular. I think this crew delivers not only funny and entertaining commentary on classic,cult, and indie films, but they give unique, well researched insights about stuff that acts like a lure for films you may have glanced over 100 times with no interest in watching what do ever. The give homage to the vision of the directors, shine light on characters just left of the spotlight, and take you down memory lane with trailers you haven’t heard since you were a kid. There’s no politics, and they keep it lighthearted. It’s great in my opinion.