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Each week, Dustin, Dalton and Arthur get together to discuss your favorite genre movies that you wouldn't hear discussed in a film studies program. From 80s action to 90s sci-fi, we provide movie analysis and film analysis to some of your faves. We also include other segments to spice things up. It's the conversations you have outside the theater, but with a bit of academia.

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    • 4.9 • 31 Ratings

Each week, Dustin, Dalton and Arthur get together to discuss your favorite genre movies that you wouldn't hear discussed in a film studies program. From 80s action to 90s sci-fi, we provide movie analysis and film analysis to some of your faves. We also include other segments to spice things up. It's the conversations you have outside the theater, but with a bit of academia.

    Ep. 428: Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    Ep. 428: Dawn of the Dead (2004)

    Shock10ber: Rise of the Remakes continues on this week with the 2004 take on George Romero's classic, Dawn of the Dead. Notable as the first feature film from an unknown director named Zach Snyder, Dawn of the Dead also aided in reviving the zombie genre for a new generation. We talk about formalism and realism, whether the movie is too thin or if it does have something to say, the approach to fast and slow zombies, and much, much more as we take on this reanimated remake. 


    TIMESTAMPS
    00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis


    6:37 - Quick Dawn of the Dead Reviews


    15:52 - Expanding the Syllabus


    26:00 - Analysis


    47:50 - Shelf or Trash


    50:00 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

    • 52 min
    Ep. 427: Thir13en Ghosts (2001)

    Ep. 427: Thir13en Ghosts (2001)

    Shock10ber: Rise of the Remake rolls on with the 2001 remake of William Castle's cult film Thir13en Ghosts. With a cast featuring Tony Shalhoub, F. Murray Abraham, Matthew Lillard, and Shannon Elizabeth, Thir13en Ghosts was the second film from the Dark Castle production banner. This remake dresses up the barebones original with a 2000s aesthetic and top notch production design. We talk all about remakes, economics, foreshadowing true crime podcasts, and crossover entertainers. Tune in now to hear all of our thoughts on Thir13en Ghosts, and find out what's next as our Shocktober Spook-tacular continues!


    TIMESTAMPS
    00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis


    4:36 - Quick Thir13en Ghosts Reviews


    13:40 - Expanding the Syllabus


    25:11 - Analysis


    52:46 - Shelf or Trash


    54:18 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film


     
     

    • 56 min
    Ep. 426: Dracula 2000 (2000)

    Ep. 426: Dracula 2000 (2000)

    It's our 10th annual Shocktober Marathon! It's the spookiest time of the year. And this year is SHOCK10BER: Rise of the Reboot! We're landing in the first decade of the new millennium to discuss the spate of reboots that occurred. To start us off, we take a look at the Wes Craven Presents... Dracula 2000 title starring Gerard Butler, Omar Epps, Jennifer Esposito, Christopher Plummer, and more! This updated take has all the hallmarks of the 2000s style of movie making, so we take a look at that style, we discuss the role of the producer as name above the title, and we crack open the movie's take on Dracula's origins. It's our favorite time of the year as we get spooky all month long, so join us now... if you dare...


    TIMESTAMPS
    00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis


    5:26 - Quick Dracula 2000 Reviews


    16:44 - Expanding the Syllabus


    29:35 - Analysis


    58:27 - Shelf or Trash


    1:01:42 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Ep. 425: Lady MacBeth (2017)

    Ep. 425: Lady MacBeth (2017)

    We wrap up our mystery mini marathon with the movie that launched a star, Lady MacBeth. Or, the Florence Pugh Power Hour (and 30 minutes). This terse tale was made for next to nothing, but established Florence Pugh as a name to watch. This week, we discuss dislikable characters and when they're likable, culpability, the trauma of viewing death, and much more as we dive into this chilling tale. 


    TIMESTAMPS
    00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis


    4:10 - Quick Lady MacBeth Reviews


    20:35 - Expanding the Syllabus


    36:06 - Analysis


    1:10:51 - Shelf or Trash


    1:12:33 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Ep. 424: The Beguiled (2017) w/ Kirsten Therkelson

    Ep. 424: The Beguiled (2017) w/ Kirsten Therkelson

    We're back at it this week as our mini marathon continues. This week, we're looking at the Sofia Coppola remake of The Beguiled from 2017. This modern take on the classic story feature Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, and Kirsten Dunst. We're joined by our beloved friend Kirsten Therkelson to tackle this period drama. This week, we discuss the work of Sofia Coppola and the markers of her films, women and power, race amidst the backdrop of the Civil War, and much more. Tune in now to hear our tale and find out the final piece of the mini marathon puzzle. 


    TIMESTAMPS
    00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis


    04:32 - Quick The Beguiled (2017) Reviews


    16:19 - Expanding the Syllabus


    29:25 - Analysis


    1:07:13 - Shelf or Trash


    1:11:05 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

    • 1 hr 15 min
    Ep. 423: Phantom Thread (2017)

    Ep. 423: Phantom Thread (2017)

    Hello and welcome to another new episode of the GenreCast! We're back this week in our finest clothes because we're taking a look at Paul Thomas Anderson's Phantom Thread. The 2017 drama about a designer and his muse landed several nominations and accolades—maybe none bigger than being chosen for our analysis table. This week, we're diving in to talk about power dynamics in relationships, auteurism, method acting, class dynamics, healthy relationships, and much more. Plus, we're kicking off a mini mystery marathon—only Arthur knows what links the next three films, so tune in now and start putting the clues together. 


    Timestamps
    00:30 - Introductions and Synopsis


    05:18 - Quick Phantom Thread Reviews


    17:52 - Expanding the Syllabus


    39:57 - Analysis


    1:09:27 - Shelf or Trash


    1:12:31 - Wrap up and Next Week's Film

    • 1 hr 16 min

Customer Reviews

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31 Ratings

31 Ratings

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Why so political

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This show makes movies even better.

I'm a pretty big fan of movies but honestly had gotten bored with review shows. Fortunately I discovered GTGC, which instead provides wonderful analysis accompanied by wit from a myriad of hosts and sometimes singing (which is good and not bad). If you are looking for something outside the norm of movie podcasts, give Good Trash a listen. You won't be disappointed or your money back.

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