The OFFICIAL podcast of Film Threat!
Will the horror comedy Violent Night become a Christmas classic? Plus reviews of the feminist soft-core Lady Chatterly's Lover and a discussion of the season finale of the Star Wars Disney+ series Andor. Hilarity ensues!
Disney Sparkle: A New Brand?
Bob Iger takes over Disney, so will we see big changes? A new spin-off brand? Also, reviews of Pale Blue Eye and the documentary Deconstructing Karen. Plus an interview with the filmmakers behind Dave Stevens: Drawn To Perfection. Hilarity ensues!
Willow + Strange World + Disney+
It's time for holiday movies! A discussion of the first three episodes of Willow on Disney+ plus a review and discussion of Disney's animated feature Strange World, now in theaters. Hilarity ensues!
Disney Troubles + The Fabelmans and More
Happy Thanksgiving! Disney CEO Bob Chapek is out and Bob Iger is back! Let's talk about all the troubles at the Walt Disney Company. Plus reviews of Steven Spielberg's The Fabelmans, the documentary Only in Theaters and more indie film talk.
She Said: Is Hollywood Innocent?
Reviews of The Menu, Body Parts, Disenchanted on Disney+ and a discussion of She Said and the MeToo movement. Plus an interview with Richard and Holly Soriano, the filmmakers behind the holiday zombie movie My Apocalyptic Thanksgiving. Enjoy!
Black Panther 2: What Could Have Been
We discuss the original story for Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, an early reaction to Babylon and a review of Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. Plus an interview with 5-25-77 director Patrick Read Johnson who reveals his Star Wars story.
Could be great
Chris, let me start off by saying that I love what you’re doing with Film Threat and I have been a big fan ever since running into your Film Courage videos. I love having a critic out there, doing this work, that not only loves pop culture but also has deep knowledge of show business. Which is why I desperately want to love this podcast, but it’s really hard to sometimes. First, the way you’re doing superchats leads to a stilted, tangential, and non-cohesive “conversation”. I really want to hear your thoughts on Obi-Wan but it feels like as soon as you get any momentum going in that direction you interrupt things to read 20 superchats, most of which have nothing to do with the topic. What about having a dedicated section of time for superchat and Q&A instead of interspersing it randomly throughout the episode? Also, as much as I love your brain and the points your making, please be mindful of running over others on the episode with you. The interruptions/talking over the other contributors to the conversation isn’t a great look for you. Again, love what you’re doing and as is this podcast is more good than bad. But I believe it could be truly great with just a little more polish.
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