I watch a movie a few times, think about it for a day or two, then make a succinct little podcast discussing said movie's themes and artistry, often with a mini-essay or two. It's a nice 10-20 minute intellectual shower for my listeners.
Tarantino, Dreams, Urine in 6th Sense, The Affair, The Loudest Voice, I'm Dying Up Here
1Tarantino and fingers
2Getting pregnant from one time
3Dream encyclopedias are overconcerned with sex
4Urine analysis in the 6th Sense
5The Affair is atrocious
6The Loudest Voice and I’m Dying Up Here
Movie Recs, 6th Sense anal, Band of Brothers, Ears and noses, movie deaths
1. Whos Afraid of virginia Wooooolf
2. Sixth Sense is about masculine repression in society
3. Upstream Color
4. Band of Brothers, underwear in the shower?
5. Band of Brothers, reserved dialogue = good. Like Zodiac, not Hacksaw Ridge (worst movie ever)
6. A Star is Born, ears and nose
7. Wind River (Netflix) yay, Air Force One hard nay
6th Sense, The Master, Band of Brothers, Netflix movie recs
1 The Sixth Sense, single mothers.
2 The Master, window to the wall scene.
3 Band of brothers, no snipers.
4 Movie recs: Rams and as I Lay Dying (cement or concrete?)
5 Movie pet peeves and things I love
A Star is Born, Billy Madison, colors,
1. A Star is Born. Half faces.
2. Billy Madison is Sandler’s best film. It takes artistic risks.
3. Most gruesome wrist-slits in films. Heaven Knows What, On Body and Soul
The other 3. (I keep forgetting the numbers): It’s important when characters laugh
4. The opposite of brown and where does Silver come from.
5. Characters shouldn't wear what they're feeling.
7 Notes on There Will Be Blood
Color theory, water/blood/oil/milk, he sounds like Agent Smith
Sexual abuse theory, brother confusion, more.
Mad Men S1:06 Babylon -- Joan as Jezebel (Guess Who's the Dog that Eats Her)
Great podcast episode! I highly recommend watching the Mmep first (or at least after). I have some misquotes.
Brief clips from: House of Cards, Pulp Fiction, and more.
(All film/audio clips used for analysis purposes #FairUseHopefully).
5 Stars for the variety alone
As a fellow podcaster I have come to appreciate how creative someone needs to be to discuss a wide variety of topics and do it in an interesting way. Props to Luke.
- Chet from Down the Hall Podcast
Criticism with a personal touch.
Honest, unpretentious, and insightful. Host knows the difference between coincidence and irony, which is half the battle.