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We're dusting off our microphones to talk movies and pop culture during the current inflection point in media culture.

Join us as we discuss what we're watching, why we're watching it, and how we're viewing it through the current events happening today.

VIDEODRONETULSA: A Viewers Guide through the Apocalypse Charles Elmore & Jeff Huston

    • TV & Film
    • 4.3 • 4 Ratings

We're dusting off our microphones to talk movies and pop culture during the current inflection point in media culture.

Join us as we discuss what we're watching, why we're watching it, and how we're viewing it through the current events happening today.

    VideodroneTulsa: A Viewers Guide Through The Apocalypse

    VideodroneTulsa: A Viewers Guide Through The Apocalypse

    This week, we're talking about the potential return to theaters and what this means for our viewing landscape, and when audiences could expect to go to theaters.
    Next we're talking the netflix actioner Extraction, we check in with Daniel's Almodovar/Rohmer viewing, and finally we break a few heads with Guy Ritchie's latest The Gentleman, starring Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunam and Hugh Grant.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    VideodroneTulsa: A viewers guide through the apocolypse

    VideodroneTulsa: A viewers guide through the apocolypse

    This week, Joe, Josh, Daniel and Charles dial in to discuss what we've been viewing lately. We'll discuss an 80s screwball comedy gem from the creator of Dorf, a comedy of manners set against a national crisis as well as how some celebrities and TV stalwarts are using the teleconferencing, the latest digital technology and social distancing to create new forms of comedy and entertain a population stuck at home.
    Also, Circle Cinema is hosting a series of virtual screenings, please visit https://www.circlecinema.org/ to see what's coming up.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    VideodroneTulsa: A Viewers Guide to the Apocalypse

    VideodroneTulsa: A Viewers Guide to the Apocalypse

    This week, Charles discusses re-watching 2013's zombie pandemic bonanza World War Z, along with Josh and Daniel, they discuss how the film has a sudden, newfound resonance in today's covid19 crisis. Also, Josh revisits Todd Haynes domestic thriller Safe and then we go around the horn to talk what streaming services and content we find ourselves seeking out, as well as what the potential impact on movies and awards season the pandemic could have.

    • 46 min
    VIDEODRONE TULSA Returns!

    VIDEODRONE TULSA Returns!

    We dust off the sound booth and get some of the gang back together to start a new videodronetulsa series. During these current events, the need for social distancing and the impact its having on audiences viewing habits and experiences we're going to be talking regularly about what we're watching, why we're watching it and how the current events impact the lens through which we view film and TV and various other content.


    So plug in and dive in.

    • 1 hr 8 min
    The Bad and The Beautiful Episode 22

    The Bad and The Beautiful Episode 22

    On this episode of "The Bad and the Beautiful," Charles and Jeff look at two different approaches to testosterone-driven cinema, from a tentpole blockbuster to an art house auteur.

    First, Jeff takes a fast look at a furious spinoff, HOBBS & SHAW.

    Then. both Charles and Jeff take a deep dive into Quentin Tarantino's 9th feature film, first by reviewing ONCE UPON A TIME...IN HOLLYWOOD in depth, then following that with a discussion about gender and ethnic politics in the Tarantino universe.

    (WARNING: while no specific plot details are revealed, aspects of the ONCE discussion should be considered SPOILERS for the end of the movie.)

    - FAST & FURIOUS PRESENTS: HOBBS & SHAW, @ 0:57
    - ONCE UPON A TIME...IN HOLLYWOOD, @ 6:26
    - "Gender & Race in the Tarantino Universe" (discussion), @23:30
    - OUTRO / CONTACT INFO, @ 31:27

    Music Selections:
    - Theme Song: "Love Is For The Very Young", David Raksin, THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
    - “ Numero Uno Cologne - Radio Ad ”, ONCE UPON A TIME...IN HOLLYWOOD

    • 32 min
    The Bad and The Beautiful - Episode 21

    The Bad and The Beautiful - Episode 21

    On this episode of "The Bad and the Beautiful," Charles and Jeff look at a blockbuster cash-grab, plus the latest in art house horror.

    Disney's live-action remake of THE LION KING is about to hit multiplexes. We debate if Jon Favreau's photo-real redux is a worthy companion to the beloved original, which became an instant classic 25 years ago.

    Then we summon the courage to go back into the freaky (and visionary) occultic world of writer/director Ari Aster, with his HEREDITARY follow-up MIDSOMMAR.

    - THE LION KING, @ 0:44
    - MIDSOMMAR, @ 14:09
    - OUTRO / CONTACT INFO, @ 26:52

    Music Selections:
    - Theme Song: "Love Is For The Very Young", David Raksin, THE BAD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
    - “Fire Temple”, Bobby Krlic aka The Haxan Cloak, MIDSOMMAR

    • 28 min

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