A podcast about movies, and the scenes that make them special. Hosted by Dom Nero and Adam Volerich.
Alien Resurrection (1997) with Brian Collins (Horror Movie a Day)
This week we investigate Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Alien Resurrection" (1997) with Brian Collins (Horror Movie a Day), and search for the scene at its center.
Alien 3 (1992) with Angie Han (Mashable)
This week we investigate David Fincher's "Alien 3" with Angie Han (Mashable), and search for the scene at its center.
Aliens (1986) with Clay Keller and Ryan Marker (Screen Drafts)
This week we investigate James Cameron's "Aliens" (1986) with Clay Keller and Ryan Marker (Screen Drafts), and search for the scene at its center.
Alien (1979) with Mia Vicino (BRAT)
This week we investigate Ridley Scott's "Alien" (1979) with Mia Vicino (BRAT), and search for the scene at its center.
Introducing Xenomorph Summer
Welcome to our first mini-series: Xenomorph Summer. Each week we'll explore an entry from 20th Century Fox's Alien franchise.
Phantom of the Paradise (1974) with Percia Verlin (11 Again)
This week we explore Brian De Palma's "Phantom of the Paradise" (1974) with Percia Verlin (11 Again), and search for the scene at its center.
Porco Rosso episode made me cry (in a good way)
I always look forward to mondays when the new episodes released. Even if I haven’t seen this weeks movie, the discussion is always thoughtful and funny and actually makes me want to watch it, even if it hadn’t been on my list before. Like the title, the Porco Rosso episode made me tear up during the beginning “memory” of Italy. All around a good podcast, and a good way to spend an hour.
New Favorite Podcast
This is my new favorite film podcast! In a space that's overcrowded and often unoriginal- Eye of the Duck is a unique take that's refreshing. It has given me a new way to view films, even if I've seen them countless times. It has become one for my weekly highlights to watch the film being discussed, then to listen to the podcast and try to guess which scenes the hosts and guest selects as their "Eye of the Duck" and compare that to my own selection. Whether you're a film lover or just looking for a different way to approach watching movies, I highly recommend giving this a listen.
you won't find a more thoughtful and erudite discussion of Godzilla vs. Kong or The Matrix Reloaded anywhere else