The Chicago Film Scene Podcast is a film and filmmaker podcast that doesn't take itself too seriously. The hosts include Wan Dimah, Joseph MacMaster, Aaron Serwe, and Max Brudvig… along with a rotating cast of local film nerds. To join the Chicago Film Scene, and for more information on live events, visit our website at: https://www.chicagofilmscene.com/
#45 - A Return to Normalcy (feat. Francis McDermott and Anthony Hopkins)
Nothing changes, time is a flat circle, and truth does not exist
#44 - Forty Four Bottles of Beer on the Wall
Take them down, pass them around
#43 - Moon Madness/The Homies Get Cancelled
Once again, on our regularly unregular schedule, all the homies hate cancel culture. We still have love for Blade, though. Max is back...for now. He fills us in on his newest venture cinespot.co, What's up with Paramount+? We discuss our favorite remakes and reboots, and before you know it, BADA BING, you got yourselves a podcast.
See you again next month.
#42 - Fauci Ouchie
You can't keep good guys locked down! We're back and just as mediocre as ever. Speaking of, How about The Little Things? We'll talk you out of watching that along with WW84. Wallstreet Bets is keeping AMC afloat, Nolan leaves Warner Bros., and would you get a roadside Vaccine?
You're still doing great. Hang in there! Happy New year.
#41 - The End (2020)
After a much-needed break, we're back to cover all the topics that matter. What's the highest-grossing film in Croatia? Did we really need home alone to tell us not to be mean to old people? What's worth watching in the final days of this misery marathon known as 2020?
We'll be switching it up for the new year and having a show or two a month., Hopefully, in-person and off of Zoom ASAP. Thank you for being a friend. Your heart is true; you're a pal and a confidant: Merry Christmas and happy new year.
#40 - TBD
We'll be back, and hopefully, you will be too.
I didn't forget about the trivia challenge. Stay Tuned.
As Billy Bob from Varsity Blues says “ I give it a 10!”
Yep, this is absolutely a podcast.
I find Aaron’s commentary uniquely satisfying, and I’m not sure why.