A podcast about film as Evan (co-host of the Voice Over Picture Show) analyzes eclectic movies, film trends, and news that is relevant. These trips into film will spotlight movies that don't always get their shine.
My Science Project
Jumping right back into the underseen films of yesteryear, we are tackling this '80s gem. Part teen drama, mostly sci-fi adventure, part sci-fi action movie, My Science Project has it all for genre nerds. It came out in the height of '80s time travel sci-fi 1985. I jump into the connections the cast with other films of the genre. How this movie does teen of the '80s better than most. And this is the first film the podcast has covered starring Dennis Hopper. It's a milestone that has to be celebrated there. *Note: this new release of the film was done by Kino Lorber.
After a bit of a hiatus, we are back! This is the first dip into the MCU and the bigger money-making film we've covered on the show. Zimmy is back again to help us dive into everything Thor, Loki, and Asgard. Also, there is a surprisingly a lot of Star Wars chatter in this episode. I don't know why to be honest. Maybe because they are both own by Disney? We share our love for the Goldblum. There are no WandaVision spoilers, just a heads up. This is the funniest movie in the MCU catalog and we will give you all the reasons why. Did you ever know there is someone who connects the MCU movies to the Fox Marvel films and it's not Stan Lee? Come listen to find out who that is...
This episode was recorded the week of the insurrection. Parker is back to co-host this episode on a film that is still controversial, Hard Candy. We go deep diving into the film's hard topics, the way the film plays out, and the interesting way it's a one setting film. And just like the last episode, we go a bit off the rails covering the filmography of Patrick Wilson and Elliot Page. Also, Spider-Man, the Twilight Zone, the A-Team movie, and much more come up. So come inside and take a seat. This episode is gonna a little wild.
Season One Finale
This episode was recorded in 2020. This is the season one finale. On this episode I'm gonna dive into the wild year film had in 2020. There was the pandemic that changed everything. We had a streaming war with a few new streaming services pop up. VOD became a huge deal. And then there were the delays from huge tentpole films to small indie films. Nearly everything was pushed back because of the worldwide pandemic. I'm also going to jump into my honorable mentions plus my top ten films of the year. It is a varied list much like this show. Sit back and take in the last episode of the year that was 2020. I just want to thank all the guests I had on the show this year. You all are great and I hope to have you all back in 2021.
In the second to last episode, I take a dive into a film that I don't has ever left Netflix. This Luc Besson produced (and co-written) sci-action thriller is one of those movies that was made for this podcast. I wouldn't call it an underrated classic but it's a film with a great performance by Guy Pierce and some excellent chemistry from our two leads. The film is also hip dip in controversy of the not-good kind. But that kind of gives the film some charm and influences. Grab a few beers, some friends, and come with me on this B-movie ride.
Episode 24: (Rough Cut Edition, there were some sound issues with this episode so please be gentle) For #NoirNoviember we have @TheRealMattC on the show to discuss this two-time Oscar-winning film that deserved more. It's a stacked cast in a last '90s Noir cop thriller that is all around one of the best films of its era. We go deep into the film bit also bring up Titantic, all things Russell Crowe, Christopher Nolan, Guy Pierce, and Lockout. This is an episode that goes all over the place in the best way. We even get into a deep love fest for James Cameron, the Dark Universe is mention and even Babe. Come for the movie, stay for the nerdy movie chat. You can also listen to Matt on Monster Never Die Podcast sponsored by Super Yaki.
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