20 episodes

Tim Buel and Jeremy Kirk are at the helm of this podcast on FirstShowing.net chatting about all things film. The show features guests from other film websites as well as filmmakers and actors who join in on the show segments that praise and tear apart the cinematic world of yesterday and today.

The Golden Briefcase Tim Buel & Jeremy Kirk

    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 119 Ratings

Tim Buel and Jeremy Kirk are at the helm of this podcast on FirstShowing.net chatting about all things film. The show features guests from other film websites as well as filmmakers and actors who join in on the show segments that praise and tear apart the cinematic world of yesterday and today.

    TGB Episode 2.06: The Tales of The MAD (Guest: Liam O'Donnell)

    TGB Episode 2.06: The Tales of The MAD (Guest: Liam O'Donnell)

    On this new episode of The Golden Briefcase 2.0, Tim and Jeremy are joined by guest Liam O'Donnell of Hydraulx Entertainment, plus Director/Producer of Beyond Skyline. The guys share a bunch of recent Picks of the Week and touch on a variety of fun topics including Liam's new sci-fi film, Beyond Skyline, director George Miller and his career, Mad Max mythology, a breakdown of the brilliant Mad Max: Fury Road, films inspired by The Wasteland, reasons for the impending apocalypse (doom!) and much more. Grab the episode below. Send us topics, arguments, whatever, and we will do our best to talk about it. During the break, the guys took the time think about the future and mission of the podcast and have decided to return to what they love most about the show: talking about movies. Listen to our premiere episode – 2.01 – to get a re-introduction to this new iteration of one of your favorite film podcasts. We are ...

    TGB Episode 2.05: There Is Nothing That Can Phase Marvel Now

    TGB Episode 2.05: There Is Nothing That Can Phase Marvel Now

    On this new episode of The Golden Briefcase 2.0, Tim and Jeremy share a bunch of recent Picks of the Week and touch on a variety of interesting topics including Orsen Wells, May the 4th (aka Star Wars Day!), the Star Wars Expanded Universe, the adorableness of Martin Freeman (who has just joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe), Avengers: Age of Ultron in-depth. From there the guys get into a deeper discussion on Marvel Studio's Second & Third Phases and so much more about Marvel. We hope you enjoy. Send us topics, arguments, whatever, and we will do our best to talk about it. This episode entirely dog snoring free. During the break, the guys took the time think about the future and mission of the podcast and have decided to return to what they love most about the show: talking about movies. Listen to our premiere episode – 2.01 – to get a re-introduction to this new iteration of one of ...

    TGB Episode 2.04: The Internet Doesn't Care Much For Movies...

    TGB Episode 2.04: The Internet Doesn't Care Much For Movies...

    On this new episode of The Golden Briefcase 2.0, Tim and Jeremy share a bunch of recent Picks of the Week and touch on a variety of interesting topics including some new trailers (for Mad Max: Fury Road, Sinister 2, Insidious Chapter 3) as well as: cliffhanger endings, streaming platforms, love of video stores (including Jimmy Kimmel's amazing Vulcan Video promo), the internet's relationship with movies (hence the title), the still existent Space Jam website and so much more! We hope you enjoy this one. Send us topic suggestions, arguments, links, or whatever you want, and we will do our best to talk it through on the show. During the break, the guys took the time think about the future and mission of the podcast and have decided to return to what they love most about the show: talking about movies. Listen to our premiere episode – 2.01 – to get a re-introduction to this new iteration of one of your ...

    TGB Episode 2.03: The Oscars, Neill Blomkamp and The Three S's

    TGB Episode 2.03: The Oscars, Neill Blomkamp and The Three S's

    On this new episode of The Golden Briefcase 2.0, Tim and Jeremy touch on this past week's Academy Awards (winners list here), share some Picks of the Week and then touch on a variety of topics including Lucio Fulci films (hence the image), Neill Blomkamp's Alien remake, Fantastic Fest horror film Spring (read Jeremy's review / watch the trailer) and so much more. They also touch on the notion of awards shows during their Oscar talk and discuss views on them in general and their place in today's world. Send us topic suggestions, arguments, links, or whatever you want, and we will do our best to talk it through on the show. During the break, the guys took the time think about the future and mission of the podcast and have decided to return to what they love most about the show: talking about movies. Listen to our premiere episode – 2.01 – to get a re-introduction to this new iteration ...

    TGB Episode 2.02: There's A Fetish For Everything (Guest: Britt Hayes)

    TGB Episode 2.02: There's A Fetish For Everything (Guest: Britt Hayes)

    On this brand new episode of The Golden Briefcase 2.0, Tim and Jeremy are joined by good friend of the show Britt Hayes (from ScreenCrush, BadassDigest) to share some of their latest Picks of the Week and touch on a variety of topics including genitalia names, Lars von Trier, a biblical Pulp Fiction, the TV show "American Horror Story" and more. They also share some thoughts on sex in film including its various uses, offenses and examples that push taboo boundaries. The new format for the show allows for deep discussions about the fascinating world of cinema and we love those moments and want to embrace them! Send us topic suggestions, arguments, links, or whatever you want, and we will do our best to talk about it. During the break, the guys took the time think about the future and mission of the podcast and have decided to return to what they love most about the show: talking about movies. Listen ...

    TGB Returns! Episode 2.01: Cold Openings and Warm Welcomes

    TGB Returns! Episode 2.01: Cold Openings and Warm Welcomes

    After a long haitus, Tim and Jeremy have returned for The Golden Briefcase: Version 2.0! With the new format, the guys abandon segments (with the exception of the beloved Pick of the Week) and instead move towards a roundtable discussion. This is where we really want you, the listener, to come in! In the past, emails have been a fun way to keep in contact with you all but now we are really asking for you to join in and even create discussion. The new format allows for those glorious rabbit trails and deep discussions about the fascinating world of cinema and we love those moments and want to embrace them! Send us topic suggestions, arguments, links, or whatever you want, and we will do our best to talk it through on the show. During the break, the guys took the time think about the future and mission of the podcast and have decided to return to what they love most ...

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
119 Ratings

119 Ratings

Nbemdwe ,

The Best Kind of Briefcase

Tim and Jeremy, what can I really say that countless other fans haven't touched on? The Golden Briefcase is here because of the passion you two show for films, and that shines through each and every episode you create. I can't say how many times I've cracked up while listening to the rapport you two have. It is something special, and I am glad I can listen in each week. I constantly look forward to the insight you bring to the podcast, making me think about films and thematic elements in completely different ways. Each episode brings so much amazing content, I just can't help but smile as they draw to a close. Thank you so much for existing, because this is exactly how podcasting should be. Cheers.

Nick

C A Rotwang ,

Hate the new format

I love movie podcasts and TGB was one of my favorites. Buel and Kirk have a great rapport and I love listening to them talk about movies. Since they changed the format the show seems rudderless. The conceit of starting in the middle was funny the first time, but it becomes annoying quickly. Eliminating the bumpers makes the conversations linger too long. They had a good formula, they should go back to it.

Durdens ,

Great podcast!

Been following the website for awhile, and just now jumped onto the podcast. Lots of fun! Keep it up!

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