Join culture writers Drew Dietsch and Travis Newton as they review and recommend horror films, action movies, fantasy flicks and more! New episodes every Sunday! (Formerly The Drew Reviews.)
THE LEGEND OF THE 7 GOLDEN VAMPIRES
Drew and Travis watch Dracula get the axe in The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires! It’s a collab between Hammer and Hong Kong’s Shaw Brothers, and the fourth and final movie in our Hammer My Heart month.
00:00:00 - The Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires
00:42:26 - The Shelf
00:46:58 - Calls to Action
00:49:14 - Currently Consuming
01:01:16 - End
The Mummy (1999)
Kung Pow: Enter the Fist
The 20 best PlayStation 1 games on Polygon.com
QUATERMASS AND THE PIT (1967)
Drew and Travis dig up the bones of Quatermass and the Pit, a.k.a. Five Million Years to Earth! This is the third movie in our Hammer My Heart month, all about Hammer productions horror films.
00:00:00 - Quatermass and the Pit
00:41:55 - The Shelf
00:45:03 - Calls to Action
00:47:02 - Currently Consuming
01:03:41 - End
War of the Worlds (1953)
The Thing from Another World
Fast and Furious 6
The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift
The Garbage Pail Kids Movie
HORROR OF DRACULA (1958)
Drew and Travis crawl out of their crypt to review Hammer’s 1958 Horror of Dracula! Known simply as Dracula in its native UK, it’s the movie that introduced Christopher Lee as the iconic franchise villain. This is the second movie in our Hammer My Heart month!
00:00:00 - Horror of Dracula
00:43:35 - The Shelf
00:47:20 - Calls to Action
00:48:35 - Currently Consuming
00:59:40 - End
Fright Night (1985)
Herzog’s Nosferatu the Vampyre
Fast and Furious
Judas and the Black Messiah (Available on HBO Max until Mar. 14)
THE CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN
Drew and Travis resurrect Hammer’s 1957 classic The Curse of Frankenstein as the first film in Hammer My Heart month!
00:00:00 - The Curse of Frankenstein
00:45:43 - The Shelf
00:51:59 - Calls to Action
00:54:02 - Currently Consuming
01:04:20 - End
Jane Eyre (2011)
2 Fast 2 Furious
Drew and Travis scale the massive walls of Cliffhanger, the 1993 action thriller from director Renny Harlin! This is the fourth and final episode of our Lithgoing, Lithgone month all about actor John Lithgow.
00:00:32 - Calls to Action
00:01:21 - Cliffhanger
00:46:04 - The Shelf
00:53:57 - Currently Consuming
01:06:12 - End
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Die Hard 2
PG: Psycho Goreman
Drew and Travis wake from the nightmare of De Palma’s Raising Cain to review the recent director’s cut! This is the third episode of our Lithgoing, Lithgone month all about actor John Lithgow.
00:00:38 - Calls to Action
00:01:44 - Raising Cain
00:49:16 - The Shelf
00:54:12 - Currently Consuming
01:10:35 - End
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Super informed and hilarious film podcast!
Drew and Travis really know movies and I love learning about the genre from them! From musical scores, to scripts, to the breakdown of the acts of the story they give you a pro look at an incredible variety of awesome classic flicks! I’m hooked! Great banter too!
Like an oil change for your ears
Always able to enjoy listening to both Drew & Travis talk about movies every Sundee in ways that don’t come off as scripted or just chattering to listen to their own voice, which I've heard so many other movie podcasters do and makes you feel like an outsider-yea these fellows don't do that, far from it in fact.
Drew & Travis get it and know their stuff and want to share their experience with their audience and ask for their feedback as well which is welcomed and builds strong community behind their "loyal listeners" as we are.
Being a movie buff is hard today when all anyone wants to see today is fast paced glamour and awe, and while there is a place for that, it is nice to hear these guys bring up movies that are under the radar while also keeping their toes in what’s going on and being released currently today.
I enjoy a bad movie or two and it’s nice to hear that Drew & Travis can appreciate a laugh at the movies expense, but also highlight some serious moments both on film or bringing up behind the scenes moments that may shed a little more light on some films either you've seen already countless times, or you're sharing similar experiences as the host(s) by witnessing a new film for the first time. Even if you don't agree with their argument, both host welcome constructive feedback and in that way everyone grows in their film knowledge.
whether you're hob nobbing with Aunt Bedelia tasting top shelf classics and gems, brewing in your own essence, or dumpster diving seeing what other man’s film trash is now your treasure, you don't want anyone else to be reviewing these movies other than Drew & Travis. I recommend the show to my fellow movie buffs I know, and they seem to love the show as well.
The chemistry between the two comes off naturally and both film connoisseurs can push the envelope of what you may be familiar with or find humorous and I feel that's important in keeping things vibrant and fresh, not allowing to go stale like the old beer and pizza left out overnight.
I look forward to your show every week gentlemen and wish you all the best in your future endeavors. That's the signpost up ahead next stop,
An absolute must for movie geeks!
I've trudged through a lot of movie podcasts and Genrevision had me hooked from the first episode I listened to. Intelligent discussions of movies that a lot of reviewers don't take the time to dive into while making it very fun and informative. Always look forward to new episodes, highly recommended!